He goes inside to meet the man, and it is revealed that the Light Bringer is not only Aaron's true father but Lucifer, the first fallen and leader of the Great Rebellion against God in Heaven.
Fallen stars Paul Wesley as Aaron Corbett, a good-natured high school student who discovers he is a Nephilim, human-angel hybrid.
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Aaron begins doubting himself, and Azazel tells him of a man known as "the Light Bringer", a man who made the initial prophecy of the Redeemer and who could help quell his suspicions that his abilities are somehow wrong.
Aaron, however, is unsure and initially refuses to use his powers on a fallen that comes to him for redemption.
Vilma, however, manages to escape from Hell, leading Aaron to the conclusion the only one trapped in Hell is Lucifer.
Outside the temple, Mazarin and the others face off against Azazel, and defeat him, knocking him unconscious.
Aaron visits a nearby college, despite Camael's previous attempts to keep him close.
At the college, he discovers an obsessive professor who has captured a Nephilim, who turns out to be Vilma Rodriguez, Aaron's old high school crush.
Aaron and Azazel defeat the Powers, and force Mazarin and his second-in-command to leave.
When the two return, they discover Camael has been released with the help of a rat. Aaron, Vilma, Gabriel, and Azazel travel up a mountain where the Light Bringer's temple is.
A fallen angel known as Azazel is released from his prison by a shadowy figure, who enlists his help in "aiding the Redeemer in fulfilling his destiny." Camael, having been wounded in a battle with the Powers, goes to Ariel, a fallen angel who has the power to heal and who is also the leader of an organization that protects the Nephilim and the Fallen from the Powers.