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davidkeel
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 Real voices heard in hell.


This may have been posted before. But it's a voice recording that is meant to be screams of people in hell.

If you are of an emotionally nervous personality or having any kind of mental health problems it may not be best to listen to. And no-one will judge you for it.

A bore hole extremely deep was made in Siberia and they lowered down a microphone hoping to hear the sound of Geological tectonic plate movements. Instead they picked up voices of real people screaming.

The article asks "Can such a thing really happen" ? But a bible verse is provided.

Here is the article, I wont post a link to the voice recording (it is in the article) in case people are tempted to just click on it out of curiosity without contemplating that what they will hear could disturb them :

https://hellandheaventestimonies.wordpress.com/2011/03/28/scientist-who-dug-into-hell-in-siberia-and-recorded-the-cries-of-the-damned-souls/


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 2015/10/28 10:18Profile
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 Re: Real voices heard in hell.

Maybe this could be taken down if it's not true Greg.


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This was debunked quite a while ago.

Anyways, do any here really believe that hell is inside the earth?


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There are a few sites that share it is not true:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Well_to_Hell_hoax
http://www.rense.com/general58/investigatingthedrilling.htm


I have considered the thought that hell is beneath us, it is a sobering thought if this is true and men and women are living their sinful lives where just below them multitudes are in torment.

It is as high as heaven; what canst thou do? deeper than hell; what canst thou know? (Job 11:8 KJV)
For great is thy mercy toward me: and thou hast delivered my soul from the lowest hell. (Psalm 86:13 KJV)
But he knoweth not that the dead are there; and that her guests are in the depths of hell. (Proverbs 9:18 KJV)
The way of life is above to the wise, that he may depart from hell beneath. (Proverbs 15:24 KJV)
Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit. (Isaiah 14:15 KJV)
I made the nations to shake at the sound of his fall, when I cast him down to hell with them that descend into the pit: and all the trees of Eden, the choice and best of Lebanon, all that drink water, shall be comforted in the nether parts of the earth. (Ezekiel 31:16 KJV)
Though they dig into hell, thence shall mine hand take them; though they climb up to heaven, thence will I bring them down: (Amos 9:2 KJV)
If I ascend up into heaven, thou art there: if I make my bed in hell, behold, thou art there. (Psalm 139:8 KJV)

from: http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/hell_is_under_the_earth.html


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Personally I don't believe hell is inside the earth any more than I believe heaven is somewhere up in the sky. They exist, but I do not think they do so in our physical universe in our dimension. One problem with hell being in the earth is that the earth will not always be here.

The Got Questions? site discusses hell's location if you type the search "where is hell?


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Todd,

The old people firmly believed hell was in the center of the earth. Moderns have debunked the idea.

What do I believe? Am not so sure that it is important. What I do believe to be very important is to believe that there is a hell - its location [to me] is irrelevant. Too many folks today dismiss hell as being a place of eternal torment and that is extremely serious, no heretical. To embrace a Biblical understanding of hell - who goes there, its duration and how one can escape it is something we can do. Humans cannot change hell's location - this all belongs to God. How he does will be good and I am content to leave it there.

My opinion.

Sandra




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Sandra-

I agree that hell's location is not important, nor is heaven's location.

I was just surprised that some people do believe that hell is inside the earth. I don't think I believed that even when I was very young.

I am not faulting people for believing this about hell; I just don't understand their reasoning.


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 Re: Real voices heard in hell.

To me, one of the most frightful pictures of Hell in scripture is not the one we see concerning the Rich Man and Lazarus, but the glimpse of what lies beyond that we see in Isaiah in regard to God's judgement upon the king of Babylon.

“Hell from beneath is excited about you,
To meet you at your coming;
It stirs up the dead for you,
All the chief ones of the earth;
It has raised up from their thrones
All the kings of the nations.

They all shall speak and say to you:
‘Have you also become as weak as we?
Have you become like us?

Your pomp is brought down to Sheol,
And the sound of your stringed instruments;
The maggot is spread under you,
And worms cover you.’Isaiah 14:9-11

The question is "Where is beneath"? I would not disregard the thought that the beneath is beneath our feet.

I would like to just add something that Derek Prince wrote in regard to Hell, that not many have considered.



Death and Hades Are Persons

Just what is the true nature of Death and Hades as revealed in the New Testament? John's famous vision of the four horsemen sheds light on this question. Concerning the fourth horseman, John says:

“And I looked, and behold, a pale horse. And the name of him who sat on it was Death, and Hades followed with him” (Rev. 6:8).

It is obvious from this account that both Death and Hades were revealed to John as being persons. Only a person could sit on a horse, and only another person could follow along with this first one. This passage therefore casts light on the nature of Death and Hades as revealed in the Scriptures.

In one sense death is a state or condition. It is the cessation of life, the experience which results in the separation of the spirit from the body. However, Death is also a person. Death is the dark angel, the minister of Satan who claims the spirit of every unrighteous person that is separated from his body when he dies.

A similar truth applies also to Hades. In one sense Hade is a place of confinement for departed spirits. In another sense, however, Hades is a person. Hades, like Death, is a dark angel, a minister of Satan, following close upon the heels of Death. Hades takes charge of the spirits of the unrighteous which have been claimed by Death and conducts them to the realm of departed spirits from which he receives his name—that is, Hades.

Thus Death and Hades are both dark angels, ministers of Satan's infernal kingdom. But the difference between them is this: Death first claims the departing spirits of all who die in unrighteousness; Hades receives them from Death and conducts them to their appointed place of imprisonment. For this reason John saw them moving among men in that order: first Death, claiming the departing spirits, then Hades, taking them to their prison in the lower world.

This scene from Revelation casts light on the words of Jesus.|

“Most assuredly, I say to you, if anyone keeps My word he shall never see death” (John 8:51).

Jesus does not say here that the believer will not experience physical death. He says that the believer will not "see death." He is not referring to the physical condition of death which results from the separation of the spirit from the body. When He speaks of "seeing death," He is referring to the person of the dark angel whose name is Death, and to the other dark angel, his companion, whose name is Hades.

Jesus means that the spirit of the true believer, on departing from the body, will never come under the dominion of these two dark angels. Death and Hades. Rather, like the poor beggar Lazarus, the departing spirit of the true believer will be met by God's angels—the angels of light—and by them be escorted to Paradise.

With this in mind, too, we can understand Paul's statement that "the last enemy that will be destroyed is death" (1 Cor.15:26); and also John's statement that "then Death and Hades were cast into the lake of fire" (Rev. 20:14).

In each of these passages the primary reference is to Death and Hades as persons, as dark angels, ministers of Satan and enemies of God and the human race. The last of all God's enemies to receive the judgment due him will be Death. Together with Hades he will be cast into the lake of fire, there to join their master, Satan, and all the rest of Satan's servants and followers both angelic and human.

By this final act of judgment, the last of God's enemies will forever have been banished from His presence.





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