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Instead he is identified as the archangel Michael. An early derivation of this can be seen in Shimmusha Rabbah, where Enoch is clothed in light and is the guardian of the souls ascending to heaven. Odeberg also suggests that the name Metatron might be taken from the Persian name Mithras. Gershom Scholem argues that there is no data to justify the conversion of metator to metatron.
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Using this etymology, Alexander suggests the name may have come about as a description of "the angel of the Lord who led the Israelites through the wilderness: Because we see this as a word in Hebrew, Jewish Aramaic, and Greek, Alexander believes this gives even more strength to this etymology. In the entry entitled "Paradigmata" in his study, "'The Written' as the Vocation of Conceiving Jewishly", John W McGinley gives an accounting of how this name functions in the Bavli's version of "four entered pardes".
This hypothesis explains why the generators of the "chambers" portion of the Heikhalot literature make "Ishmael ben Elisha" the major protagonist of their writings even though this Rabbi Ishmael was not directly mentioned in the Bavli's account in the Gemara to tractate Khaggigah of "The Work of the Chariot".
Solomon Judah Leib Rapport in Igrot Shir suggests that Metatron is a combination of two Greek words which mean to "change" and "pass away" referring to Chanoch Enoch who "changed" into an angel and "passed away" from the world. In popular culture[ edit ] In DogmaMetatron is portrayed by Alan Rickmanstating that he acts as the Voice of God in situations where people hear God speak to them, as humanity is psychologically and physically incapable of hearing God's actual voice without their heads exploding.
In the course of the film, he recruits abortion clinic worker Bethany Sloan Linda Fiorentinowho is revealed over the course of the film to be the last living relative of Jesus, to stop two angels from unwittingly negating existence while God is incapacitated after the Almighty is attacked and left in a coma while in a mortal form, even directing Bethany to and providing her with aid in the form of the 'prophets' Jay and Silent Bob, Rufus the Thirteenth Apostle, left out of the Bible because he was black and Serendipity a Muse who came to Earth to write but learned that she cannot use her powers herself.
During a later conversation with Bethany, the Metatron notes that Jesus had trouble adapting to the news that he was God's son and asked Metatron to take it back, with Metatron admitting to Bethany that he regretted placing so much responsibility on a child. At the conclusion, Metatron accompanies Rufus, Serendipity and the restored God back to Heaven, after revealing that Bethany is now pregnant healed of a past infection that rendered her unable to conceive with the next generation of Jesus's descendants.
In the eighth season of TV series Supernaturalprotagonists Dean and Sam Winchester discover that Metatron Curtis Armstrong has been living in isolation for centuries because he became disgusted with Heaven's actions. Although he initially presents himself as an ally in the brothers' current quests to seal up Heaven and Hell after they find him, Metatron later turns against them, tricking their angelic ally Castiel into completing a ritual that leaves Castiel stripped of his angelic powers and banishes all angels apart from Metatron to Earth.
Throughout the ninth seasonthe brothers and Castiel are forced to deal with the return of the arch-demon Abaddon along with the angels that were banished by Metatron's actions, with Metatron gathering allies that he will 'allow' back into Heaven while presenting Castiel as the villain, until Castiel manages to regain his powers and trick Metatron into revealing the monster he truly is to the other angels.
In the tenth seasonhe is sought out by the Winchesters and Castiel as a way to remove the Biblical Mark of Cain from Dean's arm. He is subsequently stripped of his powers by Castiel and though he escapes, he is left to wander Earth, powerless to do anything more than watch as the world goes by while aware that the other angels will kill him if he does anything to draw their attention.
Metatron is eventually recaptured by Castiel who recovers the demon tablet, the one powerful artifact he still possesses and he is forced to tell Castiel all that he knows about the Darkness, God's older sister. Afterwards, Castiel releases Metatron, finding him pitiable and not worth imprisoning or killing. It is also discovered that he had created a "compendium" of tablets, piquing Crowley 's interest.
At the end of the episode, Metatron reveals the third and final trial to close Hell: In "Clip Show", Metatron makes contact with Castiel and proposes a plan to close Heaven, trapping all the angels, including themselves, inside to try and quell the constant fighting that has been going on up there. He reveals to Castiel that it is possible, but to do so, they will have to complete three trials and he needs Castiel as he is too weak to do it himself.
The first trial is to murder a Nephilim.
Castiel, however, is unwilling because the Nephilim in question, Jane a waitress at the restaurant the two angels are conversing at appears to be innocent. However, Jane later shows her true nature when she fights back against Castiel and Metatron while they are following her, but she is defeated and killed by Castiel, finishing the first trial. In the season finale "Sacrifice", Metatron and Castiel try to complete the second trial to close Heaven find a Cupid's bow.
However, they are ambushed by Naomiwho kidnaps Metatron. Following Naomi's torture, Metatron mocks her, asking her if they thought he would let them kick him out of Paradise and get away with it.
By the episode's end, Metatron reveals his true colors, murdering Naomi and later holding Castiel at knife-point with an angel blade. He reveals that the trials to close Heaven aren't trials but a spell to expel all angels from Heaven.
Season 9 Metatron returns in "Holy Terror", where he meets up with Gadreelthe angel possessing Sam and posing as Ezekiel.Supernatural God and Lucifer meet 1121
He reveals it was he who had freed Gadreel, as the angel-banishing spell had freed the disgraced angel from Heaven's cells. Metatron also reveals he was getting lonely upstairs and had decided to try a new plan where he would let a select number of angels back up, claiming it would make the Heaven God intended, although he planned to take over as leader. He played on Gadreel's guilt of his own crimes and convinced him that he would be safe; the angel agreed to join Metatron, but Metatron revealed that Gadreel first had to prove his loyalty and forced him to murder Kevin as well as steal the angel and demon tablets from the Winchesters.
Later, in "Road Trip", Metatron sends Gadreel after Thaddeus, another angel who happened to be Gadreel's old jailer and torturer. Gadreel killed Thaddeus and returned to Metatron, handing over the tablets he had stolen and telling Metatron that Kevin was dead. Metatron reveals he had fixed it upstairs so there would be no more Prophets, but reprehends Gadreel on learning that he had left Dean alive.
As another test of loyalty, he sent Gadreel to kill one more angel, not telling him the angel in question was Abner, his best friend. Later, Metatron waits for Gadreel to arrive, only for Gadreel to arrive after being expelled from Sam's body by Sam himself and possess his original vessel, the bartender.
An angel appears and attempts to out Metatron for being a fraud, but the followers defend him and ambush the angel, one of them killing him with the angel blade that Metatron kicked over. Dean confronts Metatron and attempts to fight him, but Dean is easily overpowered due to Metatron's strength from the angel tablet. Metatron fatally stabs Dean in the chest with the angel blade as Sam looks on. Back in Heaven, Metatron finds Castiel sitting in his office and handcuffs him to the chair and Metatron brags about killing Dean and how the angels are just "sheep" who will follow Metatron wherever he leads them no matter what he's done to bring them under him.
Castiel is revealed to have broadcasted their conversation over the "angel radio", effectively turning all of the angels against him and as the season ends, he is imprisoned in Heaven by Castiel.
Hannah is shocked, but Metatron mocks her, asking her what else he would ask for. He then promises that he doesn't care about the Earth any more, he'll leave, he'll find somewhere else in another galaxy and never bother them again. Hannah is tempted, but she is interupted by Castiel himself, angry for her listening to him, he denouces Metatron a liar and warns her that listening to him will end badly.
Turning to Castiel, Metatron admits he was right and he is a liar, but he wasn't lying about the Grace. He tells them that they need the First Blade. Afterwards, he refuses to cooperate and continues to tuant him. Dean, under the mark's influence, tortures him and comes close to killing him. He was stopped by Sam and Castiel. Castiel takes Metatron back to Heaven, with Metatron threatening that he would rather die the next time they ask for his help.
I don't know -- let me out? You knew what I'd ask for.
And you wouldn't have come here if you weren't willing to pony up. Metatron tells her there is a little bit left, and promises to give it to her, if she lets him out -- claiming that he has grown sick of Earth and will seek out a new planet in a new galaxy if he is set free. As Hannah contemplates the deal, Castiel shows up and refuses; telling Metatron that he has come to accept his own fate, and that the thought of him rotting in a prison cell until the end time is solace enough.
But before Castiel leaves Metatron threatens that one day he will be free, whether it is a century or a few millenniums, and when he is free he will kill everyone. Well, information does happen to be a specialty. Got about two billion fun facts up here. Of course, whether I choose to cough one up or not is another matter.
Metatron is taken to the Men of Letters Bunker where he is questioned by Sam and Dean for information. Metatron eventually reveals that there is a way, but they need the First Blade to do it.
After Crowley refuses to give up the Blade until a way is discovered to remove the Mark, Dean goes to Metatron for the rest of the spell. However, Metatron reveals that with each tidbit of information he gives, he wants something in return and there will be a lot of that.
Metatron taunts Dean into giving into the Mark's power, stating that each time he does, he falls further under its influence, resulting in Dean severely beating him. Eventually Dean turns an angel blade on Metatron and starts cutting him, seriously wounding Metatron. Before Dean can kill Metatron, Sam and Castiel break in and restrain him. Rather than risk Metatron's life further, Castiel takes him back to Heaven with Metatron telling them that next time he will choose death over helping.
However, while ranting at Dean, Metatron leaves one possible clue that Dean mulls over: I wasn't lying about that. There's still some left. I'll take you to it. Castiel reluctantly agrees to help, but Hannah refuses to let him take Metatron as he'd want his freedom in exchange for information and is too dangerous to be let free.
With help from Bobby SingerCastiel breaks Metatron out and takes him to Earth where he removes his grace with an angel blade. Now human, Metatron is left vulnerable and Sam shoots him in the leg to make a point.
When Castiel threatens his life, Metatron finally breaks down and admits he knows of no cure to the Mark of Cain and was making things up before to buy himself some time until he could screw them over.
While Sam doesn't believe him, Castiel is able to tell that Metatron is telling the truth. As he is no longer useful, Sam goes to kill him, but Metatron desperately reveals that he wasn't lying about there being some of Castiel's grace left and offers it in exchange for his life. Castiel reluctantly agrees and puts Metatron in his car to find it. Metatron learns the hard way he is lactose intolerant. Go back to Heaven?
The angel formerly known as Hannah has restored order up top.
After stopping at a diner so Metatron can eat, the two come across a cupid who believes that the two of them have corrupted Heaven and attempts to kill them for it. Metatron attempts to run away, but his leg wound causes him to fall. Vulnerable, the cupid advances on him, but Castiel is able to tackle him to the ground.