|“||I don't like this universe, Sammy. We need to get out of this universe.||”|
Alternate Earth or Alternate Reality was a mundane dimension featured in The French Mistake. It is an alternate reflection of the "real" Earth, with the exception that it is a banal universe where magic is almost unusable and supernatural beings do not exist. It is one of the multiple Alternate Universes shown in Supernatural. It was subsequently destroyed by God in his destruction of the multiverse.
Description[edit | edit source]
|“||Sam: As far as I can tell, monsters, ghosts, demons... they're all pretend.
Dean: So nobody's hunting them?
Sam: No hunters. (...) Maybe here there's no supernatural. No magic.
Dean: No demons, no Hell, no Heaven, no - no God?
Sam: Something like. Even better - no angels.
— Sam and Dean on the characteristics of this universe
in The French Mistake
Alternate Earth, in most appearances, is like that of Earth, but with key differences. Alternate Earth does not have most forms of magic in it. Likewise, objects of supernatural origins are also nonexistent. Supernatural beings, regardless of origin and alignment, are not normally found in it. Surprisingly, the goblet of blood still works in Alternate Earth.
Access and Location[edit | edit source]
This alternate reality could only be accessed by means of magic, specifically that of reality warping. A spell and a sigil are required to send any being to the Alternate Earth. Balthazar used salt, blood of lamb and a bone of a lesser saint for the ritual and the sigil. Any being that makes contact in the immediate vicinity of the sigil is then drawn into the alternate reality.
Escaping Alternate Earth is far more difficult, and could not be accomplished even with the same spell used to open a portal into it. Using an unknown method, the Archangel Raphael was able to reverse the spell and create a portal back into Earth.
So far, only angelic beings have shown the capability to send and retrieve beings from Alternate Earth.
Inhabitants[edit | edit source]
Original[edit | edit source]
- Clif Kosterman (deceased)
- Eric Kripke (deceased)
- Genevieve Padalecki (deceased)
- Gun store Owner (deceased)
- Jared Padalecki (mentioned only, deceased)
- Jensen Ackles (mentioned only, deceased)
- Jim Michaels (deceased)
- Kevin Parks (deceased)
- Lou Bollo (deceased)
- Misha Collins (deceased)
- Robert Singer (deceased)
- Sera Gamble (deceased)
- Serge Ladouceur (deceased)
Travelers (to here)[edit | edit source]
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- For reasons unknown, Sam and Dean replaced actual people from this universe when they arrived. It is unknown what happened to Jared and Jensen of this universe during that time.
- As God was destroying other universes in Galaxy Brain, it is unknown if this world was destroyed.
- By Destiny's Child, Billie states God is nearly done wiping out the Multiverse, so it may have been destroyed.