"emanate from the wing-beats of the devil himself in the heart of the ninth circle"
Gustave Dore's illustration of the ninth circle from Dante's inferno
Public DomainGustave Dore's illustration of the ninth circle from Dante's inferno

The exact text from The Inferno (translated by Allen Mandelbaum) reads:

Beneath each face of his, two wings spread out,
As broad as suited so immense a bird:
I’ve never seen a ship with sails so wide….
And he was agitating them, So that three winds made their way out from him
And all Cocytus froze before those winds.