Near completion of Constantine, prior to John is disturbed by Gabriel, he is holding his lower arms with each other shouting "Into the light I regulate thee!". Why; what was he attempting to do? It appears like Mammon was pressed back (for the minute?), so the instant threat was solved.


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Mammon wasn "t gone, and also John recognized that. Mammon was not proactively attempting to claw his escape, at this moment, however the risk was still there, as we saw when Chaz, flush with satisfaction after the evident success, took satisfaction in their achievement as well as was eliminated for his difficulties. * However in spite of the battle, Mammon couldn"t appear on his very own, he needed to have help.But John wasn"

t working with Mammon presently; John was attempting to come up with whatever that "Assist" was.We understand from the prediction in the Terrible Scriptures that Mammon would certainly require assistance; the heroes think that the Blood on the Spear will certainly do the job. What they put on"t understand is that it requires a beautiful company to really do the releasing. The photo that chooses the prediction reveals the Spear, yet if you look, it"s being made use of by an Angel. (The target market sees this, however because John as well as Angela are having as well as driving information passed on to them by Beeman, this important little details is missed out on by our Heroes. Beeman saw it, yet never ever had a possibility to inform them.)

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Whatever being (Gabriel) was aiding was doing so from the darkness, remaining undetected. John ultimately recognized that there was another person aiding Mammon and also was trying to compel the "assistant" right into the light. Gabriel didn"t interfere, as it would certainly show up in the beginning appearance, even John required him to reveal himself. Keep in mind John"s initial remark when Gabriel shows up: "Gabriel ... it figures."

Additionally, if you see, while John was offering his "command", you see a shadowy set of wings show up and also at some point integrate right into the type of Gabriel. Gabriel remarks that "Your vanity is impressive" when he shows up; the concept that John can by any means "command" him to show up seeming to entertain him. (Even more foreshadowing; per custom nobody conserve God can regulate an Angel (unlike devils; they can be regulated by conjuring up God"s power), yet soon later on, Lucifer remarks that "Appears like someone doesn"t have your back any longer ...", when Gabriel attempts to smite him with God"s power/support. John might well have actually compelled Gabriel to reveal himself, and also Gabriel simply believed that he had actually picked to do so on his very own.)

Gabriel"s destiny is foreshadowed, as well-- the FIRST image we see of Mammon in the Infernal Scriptures reveals the very same numbers as the 2nd (over; positioned with the Spear of Fate),. other than the Angel revealed when Mammon is totally free no more has wings.