Lucifer season 5b theories: God ‘becomes human’ as new hint drops on Twitter

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Little is known about God’s role in the upcoming second half of Lucifer’s fifth season. Following his exciting introduction right at the end of the show’s latest outing on Netflix, a new hint from the writers on Twitter may have confirmed some of fans’ most pressing questions.

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A new cryptic clue from Lucifer’s official Twitter page has teased God will become more human as he spends more time with his son in the upcoming episodes.

The ruler of creation himself finally made his grand entrance in the midseason finale, breaking up a violent squabble between his sons Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis), Michael and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside).

While details about his role in the last eight episodes of season five are currently unknown, fans are eager to see the powerful celestial reunite with his estranged child after eons of separation.

However, it remains unclear whether God will be walking amongst the mortals in his true form, or taking tips from Goddess (Tricia Helfer) by taking over a human host.

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As the wait for the show’s release continues, Lucifer’s Twitter page has been dropping some subtle spoilers for season five, part two.

Fans are all but convinced their latest cryptic clue has confirmed God will undergo a significant change when he reconciles with his long-lost son.

The account tweeted: “Here’s a little piece of 5B info: * will tap into his *** side.”

There are only two major characters who share the distinction of having just three letters in their names; God, and Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro).

With God’s arrival proving such a significant twist to the events of season five, Lucifer’s followers are certain the latest teaser is referring to the series’ newest arrival.

Now the first half of the puzzle has potentially been solved, fans quickly rushed to the replies and landed on a pretty convincing theory for God’s character development in season 5b.

One viewer responded: “God will tap into his human side. I think this is it. I love these little games.”

As the debate continued, this theory appeared to be the most popular and kept popping up in other Twitter users’ suggestions.

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God’s introduction has already raised a number of questions, as his sudden appearance in a flash of heavenly light seems markedly different to Goddess’s first scene in the body of Charlotte Richards.

Of course, his true celestial form would be impossible for a mortal brain to comprehend, but this doesn’t automatically mean he has also possessed a human body.

His miraculous arrival could indicate he has simply conjured a human form he feels comfortable inhabiting in order to interact with his children and their human friends.

Moreover, his time in the mortal plane could prove to have unexpected side effects, such as becoming a more reliable father figure for his misguided son, Lucifer.

Another fan elaborated: “That was my first guess as well, maybe starting with ‘Dad’. Would like to see that.”

Lucifer was disowned by God after his failed rebellion against the Silver City and, so far, all his prayers asking for guidance have remained unanswered.

Now God is set to walk amongst us in the rest of Lucifer’s fifth season, and possibly its last outing, seeing the world from a human perspective could finally give him the kick he needs to reconcile with the misunderstood devil.

Lucifer Season 5, Part 1 is available to stream on Netflix.

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