Welcome back to Humor Nation. Supernatural is a show revolving around two brothers fighting the Supernatural. But there’s a whole lot of drama! There are demons who are believed to be manipulative and deceitful but turns out not all demons are liars. Whereas you have angels who are believed to be morally good and righteous, but they can be pretty tricky and manipulative and work on the formula of the end justifying the means. There’s the devil Lucifer who is considered to be the prince of lies, but turned out it was Chuck AKA God who tricked and fooled the Winchesters. It’s quite confusing, isn’t it? During the fifteen seasons, there have been numerous occasions when the Winchesters were at the receiving end of a betrayal that they never saw coming.
So Take A Look At 5 Biggest Betrayals In Supernatural That Made A Significant Impact
5. CASTIEL FOOLS EVERYONE
Castiel is perhaps one of the best angels we have seen on the show. He has been unconditionally loyal to the Winchesters and lost his life numerous times in helping the Winchesters. It’s reasonable to believe that Castiel would never do something to betray the Boys. However, Season 6 featured a different Castiel. Being inspired by the boys, he believed he could change the order of heaven, and lead them against the archangel Raphael. He became too obsessed with defeating Raphael that he allied himself with the demon Crowley. Both Crowley & Castiel worked together to locate Purgatory to channel the power of the souls that Castiel could use against Raphael. Although his intentions were noble, the path he chose was clearly wrong. Throughout Season 6, Castiel kept lying to Sam and Dean. He broke the barrier inside Sam’s mind that was keeping him sane. After absorbing the power of the souls, the God mode Castiel terrorized them and ordered them to display respect for their new God or be destroyed. Fortunately, Castiel managed to redeem himself for all his actions. He took the suffering of Sam upon himself and did penance in Purgatory. Even Sam & Dean found it surprising that Castiel managed to deceive them.
4. CONSENTING TO GADREEL
Gadreel was an angel who is responsible for the evil in the world. He failed God when he couldn’t stop Lucifer from entering the Garden of Eden. When Metatron caused the fall of the angels, Gadreel also escaped. He arrived on Earth where he presented himself as Ezekiel to a desperate Dean. Dean was praying in order to save the life of Sam who was severely sick due to the trials. Gadreel posing as Ezekiel strikes a deal with Dean that he will heal Sam. He convinced Dean that he would possess Sam and heal him from the inside. After possessing Sam, he would let Sam be in control of his body but warned Dean not to reveal the secret to Sam. Sam would have sacrificed himself in sealing the gates of hell forever, but Dean stopped him. Dean against Sam’s wishes lets an angel possess him which ended up causing the demise of Kevin Train. Sam was so hurt by this betrayal of Dean. However, Dean also had the best intentions in mind.