One of the added photos deleted. We try not to include photos (even when they are very pretty) unless they illustarte a particular point. Also, please try and follow picture labbelling protocol when uploading. --Missyjack 22:32, 17 November 2008 (PST)
According to the wikipedia entry on Cassiel, in supernatural they switched the s for a t (Cassiel to Castiel) as a homage to the first initial of Thursday: The day that the show currently airs in the US. Cassiel is the Latin name of an angel in post-biblical Judeo-Christian religion, particularly that of the Kabbalah. Unlike many other angels, Cassiel is known for simply watching the events of the cosmos unfold with little interference. He is the angel of solitude and tears, and is said to preside over the deaths of kings. --Jpuma 19:25, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
Should there really be 2 Castiel trivia sections? One is about the actual angel so maybe labeling that might a good idea?
Castiel is NEVER referred to as viceroy, not even at the end. Any description of him being as such should therefore be removed. Also, viceroy refers to a representative of a monarch, in this case God, but Castiel has not actually been sent by God to be his viceroy in Heaven.Anonymius 12:10, 25 June 2010 (UTC)
I'm sorry but I must admit your commentary is getting old. I mean, a lot of the things posted on this Site are not always completely canonical - We try our best to stay as canonical as possible. Did you even watch 5x16 in its entirety? If you did then you should've heard Zach's hint on his type of angel. Info is not always clearly spelled out for us viewers - sometimes you have to be open and aware for hints that could be addressed in canon. --GrammarKing, June 25th 2010