Drop the origin?

I might have skipped a scene where his origins were mentioned, but was it really stated that he grew arrogant and made other angels join him? If I remember correctly, he refused to bow down to human, and for beign rebellious, God had him cast down to Hell. There, he created Lilith, in which God actually sealed him where nobody could come near him. Unfortunately, I don't have any copies of the previous season at hand, so this is just from what I remember, but for me, it sounds like the Origin-section is taken from another information source, and not from what is canon in the series.

Granted, I might be wrong, but I wanted to make sure before I edit anything on his page.

Penamesolen 09:46, May 6, 2010 (UTC)

It would seem that the origin mentioned in the article is not actually canon (according to the show), but rather from real world mythology and no doubt, the Bible. Can't completely recall whether there was any explicit mention of fallen angels following him though. I would support the removal of non-canon parts. Calebchiam Talk 12:53, May 6, 2010 (UTC)
Actually, the story is the same, for if you recall, Azazel spoke of how he wandered the desert for years looking for Lucifer. Azazel was one of the fallen angels that was cast out with Lucifer, and was thrown into a desert to wander by Raphael. This was briefly alluded to in Lucifer Rising, where Azazel spoke of how he'd been "wandering the desert for years, looking for our father". What's more, Uriel also implied and spoke about the war in Heaven, amongst other angels throughout who have spoken of "the last war". Lucifer also spoke of the part in which he asked Michael to join him before his rebellion broke out in The End. With no backstory to go off of, this article would be pointless. Also, do not confuse the fact that most all of the Supernatural storylines are heavily if not entirely based upon their real-life mythologies. Lucifer1987 14:06, May 6, 2010 (UTC)

I support the data and information that Lucifer1987 gave. He or she was very explicit and this user stands correct in all of his or her statements. The scene statements were also very accurate; these statements came from canonical sources.

-- Anderson Writer, MAY 6th 2010 (UTC)

Much seems taken from classic mythology, not Supernatural canon

Did they ever mention in Supernatural that other angels fell with Lucifer (and became demons)? My impression was that *all* of the demon were corrupted humans. Lilith was the most powerful of them, and she was formerly human.

First, sign your posts using four "~". Secondly, yes they allude at different points about the fallen angels, Azazel being one of them. In biblical lore, Azazel was one of the fallen angels that sided with Lucifer during the War in Heaven and was there when they were defeated. Raphael, the archangel, subsequently cast Azazel into a desert, where he wandered for years in search of his master and thinking of ways to taint humanity as his master had done. Azazel alludes to this in Lucifer Rising when he states that "I have been wandering the desert for years, looking for our father." This is just one of those instances. Uriel also speaks of Lucifer's rebellion and described him as a very beautiful angel shortly before he was killed by Anna Milton. Lucifer1987 16:46, May 21, 2010 (UTC)
It is technically never stated if Azazel is one of the fallen angels, and even if he was, neither is it stated that Raphael was the one to banish him. Angels and demons in Supernatural sometimes mock or mention that the Bible is wrong or different from how it truly happened, so for all we know, Azazel could be aware of the Bible's story of him and mentioned it in a way to mock it, since he was in a church.
I'm not saying that it is completely untrue, but I think that it is possible. On the other hand, if Azazel really was an fallen angel, he would most likely be an average angel like Uriel; it is speculated that the Colt can kill normal angels, and if Azazel fell from being average angel, we know that average angels have equal or inferior strength to white-eyed demons and Lilith, thus it would make sense that the Colt was able to kill him, even if he was very high up in the list of powerful demons.
I do agree that they mention a war in Heaven and all in a non-mocking situation, but unless the writers have mentioned something I've missed, we can only assume that Azazel did not joke when he said he wandered the dessert, and that it was Raphael who bansihed him.
On the other hand, is it a reason why images from Paradise Lost are used here? While some terms about Lucifer from the book is used here, the images are never usd in the show itself, and seems to be there only to show the story. I don't really think they should be there, but it might just be my opinion. I'd like to write more, but I've got a bus to catch, sorry.
Penamesolen 11:43, May 22, 2010 (UTC)
Much of Supernatural is based upon the actual lore of the creatures, and I really don't think they're going to have Azazel mention his story in a mocking fashion if it wasn't true. He was after all noted in biblical lore to have been an angel, so we really have no reason to believe he was lying. To say so is to try to simply avoid it, which isn't a good policy.
As to the pictures, they're very well-known images that are often associated with Lucifer, even on Wikipedia. Therefore, I see nothing wrong with using them, especially when we have history sections about the actual mythology of the creatures. I see no reason to remove them, especially considering that the show never shows us flashbacks of what happened. When you don't have much to work with, you have to use what you can if you want to have a very appealing article. Lucifer1987 15:51, May 22, 2010 (UTC)

David Kaique please read this...

Regarding the picture I specifically planted into Lucifer's character template, why did you (David Kaique) feel the need to revert it back? I mean, come on; first off, the one I inserted was, no offense, and I mean you no disrespect whatsoever, a lot better. -- ImperiexSeed, 3:50 PM, May 6th 2011 Fallen Archangel Lucifer

Season 7 Appearances

Does anyone know for a fact that Lucifer will be appearing after The Born Again Identity. It has not been confirmed at all if he will be appearing to Castiel. So why does he have all these appearances in upcoming episodes? Mr.Comatose 00:41, April 27, 2012 (UTC)

Registered User

To prevent these pages from being tampered with by Wiki Contributors with their own varied opinions can you guys make it so only registered can tamper with pages, so you can know exactly who is doing it and why?Consus, the Erudite God (talk) 01:15, November 3, 2012 (UTC)

The Supernatural Wiki does fine with Wiki Contributers such as myself being allowed to edit on pages, so there is absolutely no reason to go such extremes as to restrict to registered users only. I have edited on this wiki for at least three years, I can honestly say your conern for the pages being tampered by those with varied opinions happens more often with registered users than it does with Wiki Contributers. 01:25, November 3, 2012 (UTC)

Anons can be anyone, plus if you add yourself it wouldn't change your work ethic. Besides registered users can easily be taken out. Anons are much more devious. I like this Wiki and I want to keepit safe from those who wish to treat it as a worthless space to clutter with theories, authorative aggression, and abuse of community privileges. Consus, the Erudite God (talk) 01:54, November 3, 2012 (UTC)

The fact is any trouble Wiki Contributers is not frequent enough nor too extreme that would require editing on the wiki to be restricted from them in general. In addition, registion is not a mandatory policy on Wikia, so Anons should be free to contribute annonymously if that is what they prefer. You can not simply place such a restriction on a wiki to only registered users because a lone user does not want Anons to be allowed access as he/she is holding into account the minority with malicous intent, when most they are actually improving a page instead. With that said, I feel you being too judgemental to unregistered users (including myself), seeing as this wiki often has edit wars between those who are registered as well heated discussions on the talk pages that ocassionally get to way out of hand, wheras I rarely see such devious Wiki contributers you speak of. If I might, you wanting to keep the Supernatural Wiki safe from users who wish as worthless space to clutter, authorative agression, and abuse of community privileges sounds more like displeasur towards ImperiexSeed for how he has adminstrated the wiki rather than any trouble caused by Anons. 05:39, November 3, 2012 (UTC)

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