The Eternals did not stop Thanos because the Celestials forbid them from interfering in human affairs other than defending humans against Deviants. The Eternals did not stop Thanos because the Celestials forbid them from interfering in human affairs other than defending humans against Deviants.
Why did the Eternals do nothing when Thanos attacked?
That could be why the Eternals did nothing when Thanos attacked. The Eternals were likely aware of the danger, but didn’t want to risk angering either their own leader (Salma Hayek’s Ajak) or the Celestials.
Even without the Infinity Stones, Thanos was a force to be reckoned with, but in the end, Thanos was killed when Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) used his makeshift Infinity Gauntlet to erase Thanos and his forces from existence.
How did the Celestials come to be?
The First Celestial Host came to Earth about one million years ago, resulting in the creation of the Eternals and Deviants, as well as what would later become the mutant gene. Celestials can destroy just as easily as they create: The Second Host resulted in sinking Atlantis and the Third Host fought the Sky Gods over rights to mess with humans.
Why did the celestials create mutants?
This is the origin of the X-Men in the comics, and with the Eternals and the Celestials both being important to the future of the MCU, this origin story could be carried over to the movies. As for why the Celestials would create mutants, it could be that they were a failed, early experiment prior to the creation of the Eternals.
Next, the Celestials would manipulate the DNA of mankind, however some tribes of humans would escape the Celestials’ manipulations, such as the Moon Tribe. The Celestials would create the Deviants and the Eternals to keep the human race in check until they themselves would begin mutating with special powers due to their own natural evolution.
You might be wondering “How did the Celestials create the multiverse?”
The Celestial War was fought and not only did the Celestials defeat the Aspirants, they also overthrew The First Firmament. The Firmament left the universe behind it and went on to create what would later become the multiverse, allowing for alternate realities and parallel worlds.
Who are the Celestials in Marvel?
In Marvel Comics, cosmic beings known as the Celestials experimented with the DNA of humans to create two genetic offshoots: the super-powered Eternals and the monstrous Deviants. The Eternals, whose abilities caused them to be viewed as gods, lived apart from the humans.
This begs the question “Who created the mutants in the Marvel Universe?”
The mutants in the Marvel Universe were created by the Celestials, one of the oldest beings in the Marvel universe. The Celestials were like a bunch of arrogant assholes with too much power and nothing to do. They regularly visited fertile worlds like ours and carried out genetic experiments.
What is the relationship between the Eternals and the Celestials?
The Eternals, whose abilities caused them to be viewed as gods, lived apart from the humans. It was the will of their creators that they avoid interfering in the affairs of humans until the Celestials returned to pass judgment on the planet.