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Jesús Velásquez

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Appearances
Season(s)
3, 4, 5
First seen
Appeared in
25 episodes (see below)
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Biographical Information
Also Known As
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Status
Deceased (Spirit)
Age
33
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Date of birth
1977
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Date of death
2010
Origin
Mexico (during childhood)
Profession
Psychiatric nurse
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Family Information
Don Bartolo (grandfather)
Tio Luca (uncle)
Cecilia (great-aunt)
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  • All human abilities
  • Spell Casting
  • Pyrokinesis
  • Shifting into a demon
  • All demon abilities
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"Just keep breathing, baby."
―Jesús Velásquez, to Lafayette Reynolds[src]

Jesús Velásquez (pronounced heh-soos) was a brujo on the HBO original series True Blood. Played by American starring actor Kevin Alejandro, Jesús makes his debut on the episode "Beautifully Broken" in the series' third season. A brujo of Mexican origin, Jesús was the longtime boyfriend of Lafayette Reynolds, and plays a recurring role through the series' third and fourth seasons. Having met his partner while being employed as a medical nurse for Lafayette's mother Ruby Jean, Jesús discovered that Lafayette was "powerful" and carefully introduced him to witchcraft, magic and mediumship. Eventually managing to get Lafayette to join the witch coven of Marnie Stonebrook, a friend of his, Jesús met an untimely demise on the episode "And When I Die", at the end of the series' fourth season. He appears as a ghost on the episode "Let's Boot and Rally", in the series' fifth season, plays a recurring role through the same season, and makes his final appearance in the Season 5 episode "Somebody That I Used to Know".

PersonalityEdit

Jesus was a very caring and compassionate person. He would always try to help others with their problems, evidenced by his profession as a nurse.

He showed his helpful side by helping Mavis find her and her son's bodies so she could move on. He also risked his life to help Sookie Stackhouse when she was captured by Marnie.






BiographyEdit

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Jesus' Powers

While the nature of his abilities are not explicitly stated in the series, it was later revealed that Jesus was a brujo, allowing him to see awaken the darkness passed down in his family. His grandfather was a practitioner of magic and is assumed that Jesus has a natural affinity for magic as he was seen to successfully cast spells. Due to this, he is able to produce fire and can break even the strongest of spells (such as the spell Marnie used to bind Antonia to her, using Antonia's magic). While under possession, Marnie forced Jesus to transfer his magic to Lafayette's body, killing Jesus in the process. Jesus is now a ghost and can communicate with Lafayette in ghost form. Jesus's magic still surfaces when Lafayette becomes emotional.

QuotesEdit

  • That sounds like a compliment. Ruby, we gotta go. Come on. You need to bless the jello so everyone can eat. Come on! - Jesus to Ruby Jean when they were at Lafayette's house.


  • Jesús: "A visit from the chef. Wow. It's my lucky day!"
  • Lafayette: "I wanted to meet the sick fuck who ordered the veggie burger with bacon."
  • Jesús: "I was just curious to see if you'd actually do it."
  • Lafayette: "Boyfriend, for you, I'd do all kind of things against my better judgment."
  • Jesús: "That's why I come back. For the personal service."
  • Lafayette: "You don't finish that, and you ain't getting no dessert."


  • Jason: "Hey, when you and Lafayette role play. Does he ever pretend to be a woman named Mavis?"
  • Jesus: "I'm going to forget you just said that."


  • Jesus: "YOU CAN'T TRADE MAGIC LIKE FUCKING POKEMON CARDS!"


  • Lafayette: "I killed the man I love... How am I supposed to live with that?"
  • Jesus: "Just keep breathing, baby..." *kisses him* "It's that simple."

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AppearancesEdit

Season three appearances
"Bad Blood" "Beautifully Broken" "It Hurts Me Too" "9 Crimes"
"Trouble" "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" "Hitting the Ground" "Night on the Sun"
"Everything Is Broken" "I Smell a Rat" "Fresh Blood" "Evil is Going On"
Season four appearances
"She's Not There" "You Smell Like Dinner" "If You Love Me, Why Am I Dyin'?" "I'm Alive and on Fire"
"Me and the Devil" "I Wish I Was the Moon" "Cold Grey Light of Dawn" "Spellbound"
"Let's Get Out of Here" "Burning Down the House" "Soul of Fire" "And When I Die"
Season five appearances
"Turn! Turn! Turn!" "Authority Always Wins" "Whatever I Am, You Made Me" "We’ll Meet Again"
"Let's Boot and Rally" "Hopeless" "In the Beginning" "Somebody That I Used to Know"
"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" "Gone, Gone, Gone" "Finally" "Save Yourself"

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