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[[God]]'s name in Latin, will make a [[possessed]] person flinch. the .
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Jack says "Christo" in order to test [[Harper Sayles]].
Revision as of 05:03, 4 December 2018
Christo is God's name in Latin, will make a possessed person flinch. Despite many subsequent encounters with demons, this method of detection is not used again by the Winchesters. They commonly test demons using the holy water test.
To find the disaster Demon, Dean goes around the plane saying "Christo" to various people in order to locate the demon.
Jack says "Christo" in order to test Harper Sayles.
- God in Latin is not "Christo," but "Deus." "Christos" would be "Christ" in first century Greek, translated from the Hebrew "Moshiach" (English: Messiah) both meaning the "Anointed One." It was modified and changed by the Romans into the Latin "Christus" meaning Christ, or sometimes mistakenly "Chrestus," the "Marked Man." "Christo" could arguably work to the same effect as was depicted, literally Latin meaning "by/in Christ."