A Theory

Soo... dean is michaels vessel, sam is lucifer's vessel.

Michael is the one who that kills lucifer

so that means that dean will kill sam (if they give permission for michael and lucifer to use their bodies).

John said dean would have to kill sam back in season 2


so...does that mean that john...is...god?!


Just a thought...what does everyone else make of it?

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Sep 25, 2009 10:20AM EDT

In the world of Supernatural, nothing would surprise me. It makes sense in a way and would definately make it interesting, but I don't think it will happen. Just my opinion.

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Sep 25, 2009 12:44PM EDT

oo awsome thinking!! a liittle bit too impossible thoughthere has been talk though that jeffrey dean morgan is returning to the show

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Sep 25, 2009 1:08PM EDT

isnt john in hell though?

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Sep 25, 2009 1:45PM EDT

it would make since story wise since Lucifer and Michael were practically like brothers and God was their father. Then it would make since story wise to tie it together with John being God. Probably won't happen though

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Sep 25, 2009 2:01PM EDT

No, i think it will happen. And theres another clue (assuming I recall the 1st season correctly). Before John left Sam and Dean to hunt Azazel on his own, didn't he give Dean that necklace? The necklace that we found out last week heats up in the presence of God and is therefore helpful in finding God? Maybe John is/was God's vessel and he left because he was going to allow God in but he gave them the necklace so that they could possibly find him if they needed? In which case every time they were with John, he must have been an empty vessel. This is all too complex! But it would definately make sense if someone we know already (John) is God's vessel. And that would explain why they have not yet cast a God.

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Sep 25, 2009 3:01PM EDT

No John did not give Dean that Necklace. Sam gave Dean that necklace when they were kids during the Christmas when John didn't return home in time from his hunt.
It wouldn't make sense for John to have always been God, but for literary symmetry it would make sense for John to come back as God's vessel (when the time is right). A vessel and only that. John is not God. Case in point, John went to Hell, even though know he got out through the devils gate.
Even though it would make sense for John to be God's vessel, does God even need a vessel? If we r going off the New Testament (Revelations primarily) but the New Testament nonetheless, then God comes to earth as a man, aka Jesus Christ. He didn't need a vessel then, so why would he now?

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Sep 25, 2009 7:35PM EDT

you know, i never got this stipulation in the literary religious views that God was an entity of pure good. by my reasoning, God would be all things, and therefore would be an entity that in-fact contained evil within it, and almost necessarily so. what i mean is it would be necessary for God to contain at least some element of evil, so its actually not unreasonable if its vessel went to hell. just my thinking. i dont actually think thats whats going on here though. i actually have no clue where Gods gonna come in (as a character), and i am so curious how this is gonna play out. i mean lets be serious, a lot of people have been seeing the inevitable showdown between Sam and Dean for a while now, but the wild card element of 'the will of God' has yet to really play out yet, so i can make no predictions. cant wait though.

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Sep 26, 2009 1:19PM EDT

Damn, this is the most excited I have ever been about a season of Supernatural (I also watched all the others online this summer so I didn't have to wait between episodes which probably hindered it), but I am very pleased with the direction this season is going.

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Sep 26, 2009 8:48PM EDT

NGrady666 i agree there is the theory out there that God is everything, and thus contains evil as well. And we will probably never know if that is right or not, but here is another theory as well.
There is the theory that God is pure good. That evil is present only in the absence of God. Much like there is no such thing as a measurement for cold... just a measurement of heat. Or evil is like darkness. Only able to be measured by measuring the absence of light. Therefore, evil is the absence of God, just like cold is the absence of heat, and darkness the absence of light.
I'm not necessarily saying that that is so, but it would tie in with whats going on at the moment (God has left the building/is dead talk). And in that theory i think you must differentiate between evil and wrath, because a JUST Wrath towards humanity, or anything, would, I think, be categorized as not evil.
But yea, the will of God part is going to be cool to see play out... I can't wait.

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