“It is unfortunate that the one flaw in life is you are all bound to each other. The choices you make are not yours.. but everyone else’s”
Only the absolute worst humans are unwelcome in heaven. That sliver of humanity that is truly evil. For them a different fate is in store.
Jesus once described hell as a place like the city of Gehenna. Nothing could describe it more accurate. Most people took that to mean a fire and brimstone. You see Gehenna was the dumping ground for Israel, it’s where all the trash was sent, all the discarded items thrown, and burned. But from what I have learned it’s that discarded part that resonates. The notion that you are unworthy of being a part of what everyone else is a part of. That separation from all others, that feeling of exile, excommunication, of abandonment.
Once a dark person has crossed they quickly become bound to the location of their crimes. Perhaps its their house, their business, and sometimes the specific place of their crimes. Once there, they are bound to it, unable to leave it, unable to go anywhere else, stuck in one single spot, for hundreds upon hundreds of years. For a select few they are given the opportunity to right their wrongs, but most are simply stuck for a very long time.
During that time history plays in a loop, showing the individual his or her crimes, over and over. The soul watches every moment, forced to witness every single detail of their wrongs. Once it completes itself the time returns to the now, back to being alone, cut off, stuck in the same place of their crimes. They are so alone, so isolated, so cut off from all life. Their only comfort is their sins. Then when the heaven choose it, they try again, a new life given.
Contrary to what you might believe our creator has no wish to torture. This system has two specific purposes:
To filter out the wicked, allowing heaven and the afterlife to be a wonderful awesome place, free from crime, free from violence, free from pain. The afterlife is home, the real home. It goes to the heart of one of our main reasons we exist. To be a testing place so that your real self is known. This temporary place you live in now will end, your money, your race, your ethic background, your class, all of it will not be following you in the afterlife, just you, and the decisions you made. Remember that.
The second reason goes to life itself. We are here to learn, and that includes that most horrific, perverse, cruel individuals. Our creator will always be our teacher. For the despicable its being stuck in one room, alone, for hundreds of years, forced to watch their crimes over and over again.
No lakes of fire, no torture cells, no devil with a pitch fork. All of it is controlled by the heavens, their sentence long but not permanent. I can only say God is love, his very blood is love itself, it’s not in his nature to torture. But it is in his nature to teach.
One last note, the hell described mirrors what many of us call haunted houses. It describes those supernatural residents a small handful of us have witnessed. But unlike those Spiritualist who ask the wandering Spirit to cross over into the light to find peace, I would argue it was the light that put them there, and they are going nowhere but in the hell of their own making.
Note: You might be wondering who falls under the banner of pure evil. What degree is that sliver of evil. I had a visual of a man reaching from a hole in the ground, the hole was deep but very narrow. There was very little light that reached the hole as he reached for help out of it. He just could not watch the crimes he committed anymore. His face was shallow and sickly. Who is it Spirit? Josef Mengele. For a soul to be separated from heaven, from everyone else, its important to understand the degree of their crimes.
You might wonder what about those people that fall in the grey category. Those who have committed horrible crimes but aren’t that sliver of evil. I would remind you of Truth 11