Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!==Overview== In its history, Heaven has had two civil wars. The first was when [[Lucifer]] became jealous and angry of the creation of mankind and, subsequently, led [[First Heavenly Civil War|a rebellion]] against [[God]]. The second was between [[Castiel]] and [[Raphael]] after the aversion of [[the Apocalypse]]. [[Raphael]] had wanted to restart it by freeing [[Michael]] and Lucifer while Castiel fought to prevent it. God resided in Heaven with his angels until his departure sometime in the distant past. In God's absence, the [[archangel]] Michael led the angelic Host and directed the affairs of Heaven. Raphael was also an authority. [[File:HeavenCastiel.png|250px|thumb|Castiel visits an autistic man's Heaven.]] The appearance of [[angel]]s in Heaven is not necessarily [[Humans|human]], though they usually stay in their [[vessel]], as it isn't always easy to find a suitable vessel for angels. For example, [[Zachariah]] says that in Heaven, he has six wings and four faces. Angels draw some of their powers - demonic exorcism, healing, time travel, and [[resurrection]] - from Heaven. Those who fall and are "cut-off" from Heaven are weakened and are not allowed to return on their own except for higher angels. It is still possible for the banished to communicate with the ones in Heaven. [[Anna Milton|Anna]] can hear other angels speaking, even without her grace. [[Castiel]] is able to communicate with [[Sam Winchester|Sam]] and [[Dean Winchester]] through a link to electronic equipment - such as a radio or TV - in their memories. Heaven also serves as a destination for deserving human souls after death. They occupy the happy memories they experienced on [[Earth]], reliving them in their personal Heavens. It is unknown how a human soul is allowed salvation in Heaven. Joshua suggests that it is on a case-by-case basis and can be God's decision; this is the case with Sam and Dean. Raphael says that if a person is devout enough, it can trump all sins (which is why the disgraced Enron executive [[Ken Lay]] got into Heaven). Although supernatural in nature, it could be understood with sufficient scientific knowledge and/or technology, as demonstrated by [[Ash]].<ref name="Moon">''[[Dark Side of the Moon]]''</ref> Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Supernatural Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://supernatural.fandom.com/wiki/Heaven"