Netflix hit series, Lucifer starring Tom Ellis has been a huge success over the years. Lucifer Season 5 made a lot of headlines when Fox took themselves out. And there were reports saying that Lucifer season 5 might not happen.
However, Netflix took over and we finally got Lucifer season 5. And after all the controversies and fan theories, the makers did not disappoint us!
Lucifer Season 5 Introduces Twin Brother
Lucifer Season 5 trailer and now the series made the fans question if Michael is even real. The series shows that Lucifer has a twin named Michael and he is apparently the evil version of the Devil himself.
But this has created quite a lot of google searches if Michael is even real or tailor-made.
Michael Could Be Somewhat Fictional And Somewhat Real
It is a known fact that the version of the Bible we have right now is not exactly the original one. There have been many changes over the years and there are many interpretations too.
So we cannot surely say that Michael is completely fiction. But it is believed that Lucifer is a fallen angel from heaven after he rebelled against God. It is also believed that Michael could be an archangel. Archangels were the ones who were on a higher rank than the rest. So there are chances that Michael could be an archangel.
Angels Don’t Have Family Relationships With God
It is said that all the angels actually came out of God himself. They are the parts of God. So they can be considered siblings but calling all of them a family is not something that the Church teaches.
Even though there are stories that Michael actually fought against Lucifer on behalf of God. And after the war in heaven, Lucifer and his allies were sent out from heaven and that’s how the entire concept emerged.
Devil Is Actually The Protagonist In His Own Story
The sympathetic audience towards Lucifer actually comes from John Milton. In his poem, he showed Lucifer from a different perspective. Lucifer was the one who went against God’s will of all of his sons should serve him.
And then came the famous line which said it was better to suffer in hell than to serve the Gods in heaven. In the series and the poem, Lucifer gained a lot of sympathy after he was shown as someone with high morals and the one who does not lie.