Gadreel or Gaderel (Heb. גדר האל gader ha-el, literally "wall of God") is listed as one of the chiefs in the fallen grigori of angels. This is depicted in the second section of the "Book of Enoch"; "Parables". He is said to have been responsible for deceiving Hawwah (Eve).

Gadreel is the angel who guarded the Garden of Eden, Especially by after fall of Lucifer (newly fallen) along with its two hundred thousand followers angels, Lucifer managed to break past Their defenses, strongly enticing Gadreel with charms, and broke the stability of the Garden, the Following events Caused the temptation of Adam and Eve, Lucifer was banished directly tied to hell, beginning the evil of humanity, and his followers, the fallen angels, ordering Samyaza the replacement of two hundred thousand fallen. The punishment for his failure for God, Gadreel was trapped inside one of the dungeons of Heaven and tortured for years, to be released by Metatron, being cast out of heaven. He reappeared again to deceive Eve to the precipice of death, Prevented by Archangel Uriel, starting his hatred of women and sexuality desire with men in the unification with others fallen angels on Mount Hermon, (All angels are male aspect).

Considered also as the treacherous angel and segregated the other angels who did not follow his order, deciding to strike with his sword to hurt, teaching the same to his angelic followers. In kabbalah angels, Gadreel had his rebellion Lucifer's betrayal and the angels who followed them him, as well as the author of killing the babies Nephilim.

Gadreel did not partake of the fall of the angels, for he unified himself to the fallen angels after he had freed himself from the prison of the celestial kingdom, having as punishment his expulsion from the kingdom of God for breaking the security of the Garden of Eden, is believed to be the The only loose angel wandering on the earth until his judgment is finished by God, out of the infernal underworld of fallen angels.

Gadreel was mentioned as the third of five "satans" who led other angels into copulating with men humans (having sex with men), opposed to Azazel and Kesabel, who copulated with women, leading to the creation of the giant-like Nephilim. The others were called Yeqon (or Yaqum, Aramaic "he shall rise"), Asbeel ("deserter from God"), Penemue ("the inside"), andKasdaye ("Chaldean", "covered hand").

In the television series Supernatural (season 9), Gadreel (Tahmoh Penikett) possesses Sam Winchester and takes the identity fake of the angel Ezekiel to try to redeem himself for having let the Serpent into the Garden of Eden, the opposite of the real story, without any reference to Ezekiel.

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