Heaven's Throne Room

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Lucifer sits upon Heaven's Throne.


Heaven's Throne Room is an area in Heaven where God sat before he left. It was first mentioned by Joshua while explaining how people perceive different things when they witness the Garden which lies at the center of Heaven, including the throne room. It appears to be where God goes to hear the prayers from every person on the planet.


Lucifer attempts to be "God" by listening to humanity's prayers.

5.16 Dark Side of the Moon

Joshua, as he talks to Sam and Dean in the Garden of Heaven, briefly mentions how people see God's Throne Room when they envision it.

13.13 Devil's Bargain

In the throne room, the angels all kneel before Lucifer as he takes pride in his new position as the leader of Heaven with Sister Jo by his side.

13.18 Bring 'em Back Alive

Lucifer is seen struggling with his role as the leader of the angels, so he decides to listen in on humankind's prayers. He chooses to focus on two priests attempting to exorcise a demon. After his attempts to help humanity fail, Lucifer returns to the throne room where he declares his intent to locate his son to recreate the world in his image. This provokes Jo to chastise Lucifer, who prepares to kill Jo, before releasing her and letting her leave the throne room.

Jack sits in the throne room to receive prayers.

13.19 Funeralia

Upon gaining entry to Heaven, Castiel finds himself in the empty throne room before the arrival of Dumah and two other angels. Castiel lays out his dilemma and asks for Dumah's help. Castiel waits in the throne room for an indeterminate amount of time before Dumah returns alongside Naomi.

14.19 Jack in the Box

After successfully manipulating Jack Kline for her own ends, Dumah has him sit in the throne as she attempts to keep Castiel from interfering. As Castiel confronts Dumah, Jack receives a prayer from Sam asking for him to return home. Jack departs Heaven as Castiel kills Dumah for threatening John and Mary Winchester's souls and races to the throne room to find him gone.

15.17 Unity

Amara teleports herself and Chuck to the throne room in an attempt to dissuade him from destroying the Winchesters' world. He's approached by a series of angels who ask him to autograph their bibles, but he quickly gets agitated and snaps them away. After realizing Chuck only cares about his story, Amara teleports him to the Bunker and prevents him from escaping.


  • God's Throne is a ceremonial chair referenced in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam where God resides. The throne is located beyond the Seventh Heaven, the highest division of Heaven.

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