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How can Heaven be paradise when Hell exists?

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posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 07:09 AM
I like to think that hell is simply a place of chaos and uncertainty, most souls find it to their peril, and others revel in it.

posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 09:33 AM
The OP is right it doesn't make sense, maybe because heaven exists but eternal torment doesn't.
All kinds of idea's are being thrown out in this thread that simply aren't true, one of them that God lobotomizes your memory at death, this is a false ideology, people who will be resurrected whether it be physically back to this earth or to heaven do retain there memories. But there past memories won't bother them, it will be just like a dream that they had.

posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 09:28 AM

Originally posted by watchdog8110

Originally posted by swoopaloop
reply to post by watchdog8110

So basically if I die, and go to heaven, I won't have any recollection of my life? Where does it say that in the Bible?

If you were looking for the bible as the cure all to end all , good luck with that one .

lmao no.

posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 10:01 AM
It might be possible to make the argument that a person isn't complete without his/her relationships to people, places, pets, etc. For example, I behave differently depending on who I am talking to.

Therefore everybody and everything must go to heaven otherwise nobody can.

One additional thought: Maybe communion is a symbol of this idea. If one man, Jesus, will have eternal life then all the world must have eternal life through its relationship to Him.

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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 10:27 AM
reply to post by swoopaloop

Hell is nothing like Christians think it will be. All it really is is a Place of Extreme Darkness, far away from Divine Light. No one is sentenced here for eternity, but some can, and do stay for many years, until they finally wake up and realize they do not have to be there. The Avatars there are what Humans call "The Angel of Death," or "The Grim Reaper." One has to be pretty dark go here. I am sure Charles Manson, and Ted Bundy will be there for awhile.

Many human beings walking around alive are so dark it is pitiful. I see them sometimes. There is a guy who walks past my house almost daily. He is a convicted child molester and burglar, and has done several years in the prison system. This guy is perhaps 60, has white hair, and is so dark! Not his Aura, mind you, his countenance, his appearance. I see them once in awhile in the grocery store, or other businesses around town. It is my take when a human lives their lives in a Dark Place, or takes their Gifts to a Dark Place, they become Dark, and upon leaving this life, they will have to shed that bad Karma. I know a lot of people do not believe in Karma, but I do.
There will be a great many lawyers, and bankers in the Dark Place, but let's face it, our Spirits are Pure, originally, it is Earthly life that makes then turn dark. Personal choices.

Creation Reality is a Great Force of Pure, and Divine Energy. Creation force, The Force, for short, is all around us, within every living, and non living thing. The Force is both Light, and Dark. The Force is Humanity's; to use at will. And humanity does use it, they just think about it in a different way. The Force is Male, and Female, it is White Light, and Total Darkness. To Christians, it is God, to a Satanist, it is Satan. To a Wiccan, it is Goddess. But these words are only metaphors. No matter how you think of it, or how you may define it, that which we call collectivity "God" is all of these things.

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