Can angels reproduce sexually

         

Post # 1, written on 08/19/2015 | 9:49 pm
I know most of you are going to say now, angels have no gender.
But there are some facts that lead me to believe that they do have a gender after all:

1) Rafael is the perfect example: he briefly had a woman's shell after his old shell was destroyed by Balthazar.
Nevertheless, he was still addressed as "ER", and Rafael is and remains a man's name, no matter how you turn it.

2) You also call each other "brother" or "sister"

3) Cas was also briefly in a female shell, but he was feared with "ER"

4) I couldn't imagine Cas as a woman or without gender. For me he's male.

5) God is also called "Father". Normally he shouldn't have a gender either

These are just a few examples that make me believe that angels, even if some see it differently, do have a gender, or do you think Dean and Cas have the same relationship with each other (I mean, whether they are exactly like that would talk to each other) if Cas were a woman? I do not think so.

I hope at least that's how it is. In addition, "male" "female" is always included in the respective character descriptions.

What do you all mean?

Caro
Post # 2, written on 08/19/2015 | 11:22 pm
Destiel95

Nevertheless, he was still addressed as "ER", and Rafael is and remains a man's name, no matter how you turn it.


With an e after it, it becomes a woman's name. And with Gabrielle, for example, the e is not included, so theoretically it could be similar. 😉


Destiel95

These are just a few examples that make me believe that angels, even if some see it differently, do have a gender, or do you think Dean and Cas have the same relationship with each other (I mean, whether they are exactly like that would talk to each other) if Cas were a woman? I do not think so.


And it can't be that the relationship between Dean & Cas is just the way it is, because angels don't have a gender? In any case, I could or even imagine that.
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Post # 3, written on 08/20/2015 | 10:23 pm
For me there has never really been a doubt that angels have a gender. And not just at Supernatural, but in general. It was always clear to me that there are male and female angels, just like demons and humans.
Which just occurs to me ... Meg in Sam. * lol * XDD
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Post # 4, written on 08/20/2015 | 10:33 pm
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Do they reproduce sexually and / or do they have a sexual instinct, eg "for fun"?

If not, then why should they have a gender?
Post # 5, written on 08/20/2015 | 11:52 pm
hmm from the first reflex I would say ... no
In terms of names, however - how many boys are called Hannah or the girl Michael?
on the other hand, there aren't that many names that fit both, right?
What was added as a side note was also only determined by people and whether angels then adhere to it and address an angel with a female name as sister and male with brother
or whether it is more determined by the shell (true shell ...)?

if the answer is yes, i would say but it hardly plays a role for you
When choosing a cover you seem to be able to have preferences, but you don’t stop to take another
(see season oh follow two Samandriel "actually I prefer something else" - sounded to me like he / she would rather run around than she ...)

because of Castiel - if he had a female shell (from the beginning) that was old enough, I can well imagine that there would have been more between her and Dean - but also that she might not be there anymore
(wow is often in the sentence)
I'm glad it's 'different' and he's still there ^^
lg
Post # 6, written on 08/21/2015 | 00:00 o'clock
Chromedust
Do they reproduce sexually and / or do they have a sexual instinct, eg "for fun"?

If not, why should they have a gender?


When I think of the "virgin conversation" between Dean and Castiel before they wanted to lure Raphael over, angels can definitely have sex. Cass just didn't have one yet.
Which means that they do reproduce sexually. By the way, they can do it with people too, that's where the Nephilim (half-angels) come from.
In short: they definitely have sex.
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Post # 7, written on 08/21/2015 | 1:19 am
diamond99

Which means that they reproduce sexually. By the way, they can also deal with people, that's where the Nephilim (half-angels) come from.
In short: they definitely have sex.


I wouldn't necessarily go along with the former ... unless angels (really, those who walk around in heaven without a human cover) understand something completely different from us. Nephilim are probably not the best example either, because I think that the corresponding human woman then had sex with an angel in his human shell and not with an angel in his actual form (I always think of it as pure energy without a really solid form in front).

And since God actually created the angels, gender and procreation would not be necessary anyway. Even if I am not overly biblical now, I do believe that all the angels mentioned there have male names. Female angels would thus be "invented" in Supernatural. It is possible that the sex drive in angels like Cass results from the human shell.
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Post # 8, written on 08/21/2015 | 8:46 pm
the mt of the Nephilimians would perhaps work the same way as with the 'anti-christ' ...
a woman possessed by an angel becomes pregnant as a result (hmm was Jesus a Nephilim?)

would also have to be a Nephilim if two angels in human covers conceive a child ... right? 🤨
^^
Post # 9, written on 08/21/2015 | 9:14 p.m.
With Supernatural it would be possible for the Nephilim to come into being, I don't think there was anything more specific about it.
But in various films that I've seen so far and what I've read, it was simply sexual intercourse between angel and human, similar to a half-vampire, where a vamp hops into a box with a human. :)

If two angels conceive a child (if that is possible) themselves in their covers, it would no longer be a half-angel, I think ...

Are already difficult questions that we are on the trail here ... :)
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Post # 10, written on 08/23/2015 | 1:11 am
Well, I turned the thing with the Cambion (anti-christ - a man possessed by a demon ... - would just make sense if it is the same with an angel with the Nephilim ...) / the mother was still a virgin

and if two angels have a human shell - why should the human body no longer be able to produce a child? (if you sleep, eat, etc. is also different, but I think it's possible ... ahh)
but this new angel would still grow up in a human body and come into the world like a human ...
would that be an angel (who has a free cover from the beginning) because both human covers were owned by an angel or
maybe a human because the bodies that helped the being into the world were human ..... (well, it makes sense that angels cannot beget other angels ..... uh wait thanks to the Nephilime we know something else , even if there is angel and human .... but what would that look like in the end? I, my angels, are in their pure form rather pure light and energy ... ???????? that makes sense again angel has a human shell, right?)
or both? So that in the body from the beginning there is a soul (human being) and the grace of an angel / an angel?
or this being is also a Nephilim because two angels have had a child on the human level

for this fandom it remains rather theoretical, since all angels see each other as more like siblings ...
it would be possible
they will probably not do it ^^ I think
lg
Post # 11, written on December 6th, 2015 | 9.45 p.m.
I do think that angels have a gender, but certainly not in an earthly sense. As if they were sticking to our male / female system. xD
The fact that Raphael was addressed as a man in a female shell is, I think, just the power of habit.