Originally posted by 547000
reply to post by DragonriderGal
You're wrong. There is a spiritual realm of fire. Ask God to show you if you don't believe.
Well, I see that there is the overarching sentience of the human race, not 'god' per say, and then there is an overarching sentience of the universe,
but we don't interact with that level much. And the overarching sentience of humanity is who I am interacting with. And from the info I've gotten both
from it and from the racial/collective unconscious, it's pretty clear that you're
wrong. The place of 'fire' isn't spiritual at all. It is
actually the demon's homeworld in the other dimension.
The Illuminati hire them to come over and do their dirty work, and they arranged for Dante to have a little visit to inspire his work. Of course they
didn't tell him where it was.. they just said.. "Oh yah, this is HELL." It has it's places of volcanic activity and since life on the demon world is
silica-based, they can stand around in fire just fine. All in all, compared to here, it would have been quite different and scary. But no, really it
is just another world.
The sensation of 'hell' for those who do bad is very real though, but not eternal (despite while you're in it, it can sure feel that way). After the
bad guy's spirit is unattached to a body, all the spirits of people they've wronged, hurt, murdered, whatever, come pressing in, to share the exact
feelings of pain the offender caused them. So if it was stealing, the offender feels robbed, if it was abuse, the offender feels beaten, and if it was
worse, well, you get the picture.
Some people who get away with bad stuff while still alive may think they're home free, but oh no... they'll feel the pain, I assure you. I remember a
number of earlier lives where I was a mercenary, and yup, those spirits of those I killed unjustly or unfairly were right there, waiting. I think I
learned fairly quickly to avoid living those kinds of life. The in-betweens realllly sucked!
People you kill in battle don't seem to invoke the need to share the pain since those in that profession expect that they could be killed and so don't
hold any animosity if it happens, unless, of course, you were unnecessarily cruel in how you killed them.
But anyway, the experience was kinda like being thrown in boiling oil again and again and again as each spirit unleashed/shared their anger and pain.
albeit not really hell.
edit on 9-9-2011 by DragonriderGal because: (no reason given)