Demon Names and how to Identify them Demon names and what they are related to In addition to the names listed below, some come from the Bible, some from ancient cultures and some from Mythology, Demons and evil spirits can and will take on any name they desire.
They call their father to let him know, but when they go after Meg, they learn that it was never Azazel and it was just a trick to lure them and their father in so she could kill him.
Sam and Dean manage to escape and after reuniting with their father, learn that he is hunting Azazel and trying to find a way to kill him, not just send him back to Hell. The trap Azazel and Meg set up nearly works, but three ultimately escape. Meanwhile, Sam, Dean, and John begin hunting for Azazel together.
John reveals that until about a year before, there had been no sign of Azazel since he killed the families 22 years before, but he has now resurfaced and started going after families with infants on the night of the kid's six month birthday like he did with Sam.
John has discovered demonic omens that appear in a town for the week leading up to Azazel's appearance and that these omens also appeared leading up to the deaths of Mary and Jessica.
The signs point to him next appearing in Salvation, Iowa, so the Winchesters head there to find and kill Azazel.
In Salvation, Sam locates Azazel's next victims, the Holts, through a vision Analysis to the old demon gets. Finally, he does; just like in Sam's vision, he starts to pin Monica to the ceiling and kill her, when Sam bursts in and fires the Colt at him. Azazel seemingly vanishes and the bullet misses.
The demon still sets the house on fire, but Sam, Dean, and the family get out safely. Afterward, they see Azazel watching them from the burning nursery window. Sam wants to go after him again, but Dean stops him, as the house is burning down and it's too dangerous, and Azazel soon disappears.
With two of his demons holding John captive, Azazel possesses the hunter in case Sam and Dean manage to rescue him, so he can get access to the Colt. Sam and Dean do rescue "John"; Azazel is able to successfully pretend to be him, as he is immune to the holy water Sam tests him with.
At the secluded cabin Sam and Dean take "John" to, Azazel keeps up the act, pretending that John is proud of what Dean did and then staging an attack on the cabin and asking for the Colt to defend them.
However, Dean realizes that John would be pissed, not proud and that he is possessed. Azazel tries to get Sam to help him, but Sam sides with Dean and Azazel overpowers them both when Dean hesitates to shoot, pinning them both to the wall. Azazel taunts Sam to use his psychic powers to break free and grab the Colt, but he can't.
Azazel reveals to Sam that "I have plans, Sammy, for you and all the children like you" and that he plans to kill Dean for his own version of "justice," angry about Dean's having killed Tom and under the impression that Dean had also exorcised Meg, who were his "boy" and "daughter," respectively.
As Azazel starts to tear Dean apart with his mind, John manages to regain control for a moment, freeing Sam, who confronts Azazel with The Colt.
Azazel quickly reminds Sam that if he shoots him, he will kill John, too; Sam shoots him in the leg instead, wounding but not killing both Azazel and John. Weakened, Azazel again loses control to John, who urges Sam to kill him and Azazel while he can still keep the demon inside.
However, Sam hesitates too long and Azazel soon manages to escape both John's body and the Winchesters, last being seen sinking through the cabin floor as demon smoke.
Azazel, possessing a hospital janitor, tries to trick John into leaving, but he knows it's Azazel and points the Colt at him. Prepared for John to try to take revenge, Azazel has brought along two other demons possessing hospital staff, but John reveals that he wants to make a deal instead.
John offers Azazel the Colt and its last bullet in exchange for Azazel saving Dean's life. Azazel is surprised that John is willing to make a deal with him.
Although Azazel wants Dean dead for what he has done to his children, he doesn't believe that Dean or Sam are actually any threat to him, and so considers the deal, as he wants the Colt badly.
He asks if John knows what he has planned for Sam and John confirms it; the demon guesses that Sam himself doesn't know, and John's reaction confirms it. Azazel decides to accept the deal, but tells John that first he has to "sweeten the pot" with something Azazel wants just as much, if not more than, the Colt.
John agrees on the condition that he gets to see that Dean is all right with his own eyes, as he doesn't trust that Azazel would fulfill his part of the deal. As he is unable to save Dean's life on his own power, Azazel has to possess the hospital reaperTessaand use her powers to heal Dean's injuries and erase Dean's memories of his out-of-body experience.
After seeing that Dean is all right, and passing on a warning to Dean in one last attempt to stop Azazel's plans, John hands the Colt over to Azazel. John's dead body is later found by Sam. They lend these notes to Ash to use in tracking Azazel; by the end of the episode, Ash has finished setting up a tracking system that will alert them if it detects signs of activity from Azazel anywhere in the country.The Old Demon Pearl iridis-photo-restoration.com (–), a well known novelist, was born of American missionary parents.
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