Archangel Raphael Manifesting

Arcs of electricity

Electrokinesis or electronic manipulation is the ability to conjure or manipulate electricity. It is not the same as electromagnetic interference which is a more passive ability and occurs as a side effect of a being's presence or mood, rather than occurring by their will.

It seems angels and demons are only able to manipulate preexisting electrical currents, while archangels, in this case Raphael, are able to actually generate currents of electricity.

Characters with this ability

Characters who can actually generate electricity

Remember the titans Zeus

Zeus using electroknesis.

  • Zeus - As Greek god of the sky and thunder, Zeus could generate incredible amounts of electricity. He used this in fights or to torture others. [1]


  • Castiel - Was able to switch off all the car alarms with a wave of his hand. [2]
  • Crowley - Was able to switch off a TV by snapping his fingers. [3]
  • Azazel - His presence caused lights to flicker, electronic devices to go haywire and clocks to stop. He could also do this at will, and used this to try and fool Dean into giving him the Colt, by making him think he was coming.
  • War - Was able to cause all forms of electronic communication over a radius of a few miles to fail.
  • Crocotta - Able to manipulate things such as phones, and computers, even to the level where they can make a toy phone pick up calls. They do however require something that is connected to what they're manipulating to do this though.
  • Cain - He caused all the lights to turn of when he was inside a prison to kill a person.
  • Fred Jones (formerly) - He could change TV channels with a gesture however, his abilities were stripped by Castiel.

Objects with this ability

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  • Some creatures are vulnerable to electricity. The Khan worm, for example, and the Rawhead can be killed by electricity. 


  1. Remember the Titans
  2. On The Head Of A Pin
  3. Weekend At Bobby's
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