"Look, all I know is, I was not groped bởi an angel."
“I’m an Angel of the Lord.”

This single line uttered in Lazarus Rising was an khó tin one and had những người hâm mộ questioning on whether Castiel, the person claiming to have pulled Dean from Hell, really was an Angel hoặc if it was some horrible trick. But it’s quickly dismissed.

“This is your problem, Dean. bạn have no faith.”

Lightning flashes, engulfing the room and on Castiel’s back great shadowy wings appear, stretching off into the distance. The light goes out and the image disappears. It was the truth. It’s an angel. The các câu hỏi then begin.

Over the centuries there have been many interpretation of what thiên thần are. The dictionary defines thiên thần as: “a spiritual being believed to act as an attendant hoặc messenger of God, conventionally represented as being of human form with wings and possessing great kindness and virtue.”

Personally, I’ve always thought of thiên thần as pure human beings with white, fluffy wings and a golden halo around their heads, that spend their time aiding people in need. Part of me still likes this idea, but after seeing Kripke’s version, I have no trouble in saying that I like his vision of them better.

His thiên thần are powerful, knowledgeable and most definitely self-righteous. Their abilities are many; superhuman strength, able to transport themselves and humans through không gian and time, can appear without warning, exorcise demons with a touch, see things outside of human perception, unaffected bởi plagues and disease, can harm hoặc resurrect humans, can di chuyển objects telekinetically, implant visions and, of course, rescues humans from Hell.

But, of course, his thiên thần aren’t perfect. They have their vulnerabilities too; a flaming vòng tròn of Holy Oil can be used to trap them, can be banished from an area when a hand is placed on sigils, death can come from an Angel Killing Sword, Jesse – a Cambion – has the power to transform thiên thần into toys! And he could potentially destroy the Host of Heaven and Enochian sigils and be used to hide a human’s location from all angels.

“Look, all I know is I was not groped bởi an angel.”

But despite all of those, there are a range of characters that represent thiên thần and not all of them are good either as expected. The main Angel seen throughout the hiển thị is Castiel. He rescued Dean from Hell and as a result of his interactions with Dean, begins to develop empathy for humans. At one point he is forcibly removed from his vessel, Jimmy Novak, and dragged back to Heaven. But ultimately, he disobeys and helps Dean escape from the other thiên thần in order to stop Sam from freeing Lucifer. He is then killed but soon resurrected bởi God. He embarks on a mission to find God in order to stop Lucifer. After Lucifer is back into the cage when Sam jumps in, Castiel returns to Heaven to help restore order.

But, of course, it wouldn’t be the same without other thiên thần too; the archangels: Michael, Lucifer, Gabriel and Raphael and others, including: Zachariah, Uriel, Anna, Joshua, Balthazar and numerous henchmen.

But despite all that’s happened and all the thiên thần that have come and gone, they still continue to be a big presence in the hiển thị since first being seen in season four. Even before thiên thần were a part of it all, it was a great hiển thị but since their addition, I believe Supernatural has grown, evolved and changed for the better.
The archangel, Raphael.