Adam and Eve

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Name Adam
Eve
Actor (artist's impression)
Dates Creation
Location N/A
Occupation First Humans
Episode(s) N/A

History

Adam and Eve were two of God's most prized creations, whom he gave refuge to in the Garden of Eden. After Lucifer's corruption of Lilith, God banished Adam, Eve, and all of humanity from the Garden. Some time after their banishment, Eve gave birth to Cain and later Abel, giving rise to a bloodline that would reach all the way to Sam and Dean Winchester.

Episodes

5.13 The Song Remains The Same

Michael, possessing John's body, tells Dean that the Winchester bloodline stretches back to Cain and Abel, explaining how they are capable of withstanding possession by the archangels.

9.10 Road Trip

After learning Ezekiel's true identity as Gadreel, an angered Castiel reveals to Dean that it was Gadreel who let Lucifer into the Garden, leading to the corruption of mankind.

10.14 The Executioner's Song

After learning Cain plans to wipe out his entire bloodline, Castiel reminds him he is Adam and Eve's first born, and is undergoing a seemingly impossible task. Cain explains he would be culling one in ten of every living human.

11.23 Alpha and Omega

Drinking tea together in the Men of Letters Bunker library, Rowena regales Chuck with stories of when Crowley / Fergus was a child and would run around their village naked, reminding Chuck that Adam and Eve were the same way.

15.13 Destiny's Child

When Jack consumes the Occultum and finds himself in a strange wooded area, he is greeted by a young girl who tells him he is in the Garden. Asking if she means Eden, like Adam and Eve, the Girl tells him they were God's most prized creations before He banished them, and mankind, from the Garden.

Adam and Eve in Lore

Adam and Eve were created by God in Genesis. When the serpent temped them to eat forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, they were banished from the Garden of Eden by the archangel Chamael.