By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson
12th December, 2021
‘Heaven is a place on earth’ so sang Belinda Carlisle.
‘Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.” So wrote William Congreve.
‘Like a bat out of Hell’ so sang Meatloaf in their iconic song. The phrase seems to have earlier origins according to this link.
I note the reference to the branding of cows (‘Come on Branding!’ seems to be a current phrase in the USA, but I may have misheard). There are those who argue that this is cruel. I think I would agree with that.
Given that vaccine is derived from the Latin ‘Vacca’ meaning cow, perhaps the cows are getting their own back! I mean, the vaccines cause pain and suffering if they do anything at all. Sometimes death occurs as a result.
As regards cows, there are some women who act like that. Annastacia Palaszczuk, the premier of Queensland, is an example. I have done a post on her.
But I am not here today to discuss Annastacia Palaszczuk. So what about heaven and hell?
Well, the only thing is that heaven and hell are in essence the same. I will explain.
Originally hell was the place of light; think of Helen a girl’s name. It means ‘sun ray’. The Hellenes relates to the Greeks, again the meaning relates to light bearing.
In Hebrew, Helel is Lucifer, the light bearer, now Satan, who fell from heaven, and became the son of the dark. Which is why the word ‘fell’ means ‘dark’ in German, for example.
Hell in German means ‘light’ or ‘fair’. The Germans must know this, but don’t seem to have pointed this out. I wonder why? Perhaps because Satan’s seat, is now in Berlin, the capital of Germany. This is in the Pergamon museum.
Hell as a place of fire and torment is misleading at best as the word is strictly Hades#, the God of the or place of the dead, but is translated wrongly in versions of the bible in many cases. This includes the King James Version.
Again, Lucifer fell from hell, fell from the light to the earth, and became the fallen one. I shall write more on Lucifer elsewhere.
There is a place called Hell in Norway. I have written this elsewhere.
“There is Hell in Norway. Looks a reasonable spot on Google earth. Not too near the mountains, so not in the shade, but in the light. Very cold in winter, but pleasant in summer. Hardly a ‘lake of fire’ for the Devil and Satan to be thrown into (although there is a lake of fire).
And in the Hebrew, hell is he-el, or ‘the angel’. An angel of light. And heel is something you stand on, a secure footing as it were.
We say hello, meaning (hopefully) we are pleased to see someone, someone who might bring light or joy into our lives today.
So all those phrases about hell being bad are wrong. Who mucked it up, eh?
Still, you can see Hell freeze over if you go there in winter. Or go to Hell and back if you fancy a trip.
There may be fires in Hell, in homes and when they have bonfires. But there are no fires of Hell for damnation (although there is a lake of fire).”
Hell is related to angels. See the following.
Ell – this is a unit of measurement. Angels measure things in scripture.
Eh – this is used both as a question as in ‘huh?’ and in a question expecting the answer ‘Yes’ such as “It’s nice here, eh?”.
It can be even a greeting ‘Eh’ more a ‘a’ sound as in ‘hey, dude how are you?’ As opposed to ‘Hey Jude’ perhaps like the Beatles song, written by Paul McCartney.
Angels ask questions such as these.
El – which essentially means ‘angel’.
He – a male. Together with ‘el’ means therefore a male angel, Like Lucifer, now Satan.
Lucifer used to be in charge of the light, but wanted to be top dog, so he fell when kicked out of heaven. This why he has been said to be in charge of Hell where the light is (but not the place of fire and sulphur).
But he became dark, the dark Lord if you will, and lost his high position. He is a burke.
As regards Hades, this is strictly the underworld, the place of the dead. Whilst I am not intending to cover this in any detail the following is very interesting.
Ashed – a place of ashes
Shade – a dark place.
As she – as in ‘she who must be obeyed’ perhaps. This gives the heavenly Father great amusement. He says ‘Like Hell she will!’ After all, what does it say in the Lord’s Prayer, eh? ‘Thy (or your) will be done’.
And that is the heavenly Father’s will if you are not familiar with the prayer.
A shed – where a man may go to hide from his wife!
Daesh – or ISIS, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. This is very interesting.
They say ‘Death to America’.
De ash – of ash – ‘ov ash’ like ‘of vache’ a cow derivation of vaccine!!! These are currently causing deaths.
Sad eh – as in ‘sad eh?’
he’s ‘ad – as in ‘he’s ‘ad his chips’ i.e he is dead!
Let’s start with some anagrams or part thereof.
Haven – a place of security
Heave – to lift up. Lift up your eyes to heaven, the heavens. They declare the glory of God
He vena – vena is ‘a blood vessel that carries blood from the capillaries toward the heart’. From
He ne va – he never! He no go!! (va is go in French). The Father and the Son will never go from the New Jerusalem.
Han Eve – han means ‘he’ or ‘man’, eve as in evening and Eve, the first woman, created in the evening which is why she was called Eve of course.
Ave hen – hello old , hen in welsh means ‘old’, ave means ‘hail’ or ‘hello’ in Latin. We say in the UK ‘Hello old man’ as a term of endearment, even if the man is not that old!
He vane – he’s a vane, a weather vane. You can tell where the wind has come from in one sense, yet as Jesus said, ultimately you do not know where it originated or where it will end up.
Ah neve – neve are ice crystals or snow. This will fall from the heavens and rest on the high hills if not on the low ground.
There’s more meanings
Heaven is the place of rivers. Avens in Breton and Avons in England are rivers and in Wales they are afons; v and f interchangeable as you will find in German.
Aven meaning ‘nothingness; vanity.’ Emptiness or ‘Space, the final frontier’ as Star Trek fans will know.
So heaven can become ‘He aven’, or ‘He space’ or ‘He nothing’ perhaps. This in itself is fascinating because in tennis nothing, as in 0, is represented by the word ‘love’. 15-love, 30-love etc.
So heaven can become ‘He love’.
The heavens are the rivers of stars in space above us, a river of light or lights. God Himself is a river, a river of life and light. You will find this river in the New Jerusalem at the end of the book of Revelation.
You will find the Light of the World there too of course, Jesus Christ with His heavenly Father, who together with the Holy Spirit are God.
And together with all the Father’s children, the children of God, who have borne light as They, the Father and Son and the Holy Spirit do.
So as heaven can be ‘He love’, this makes sense of ‘God is love’ as John says in 1 John 4:16. So heaven is the place of love and a place of light.
This is read at this time of year particularly by many. It is part of a longer paragraph.
‘..the people living in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death, a light has dawned.’
And don’t forget that
‘For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that everyone who believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.’*
So there you have it. Heaven and Hell are really the same, or at least much the same.
The real contrast is Heaven and Hades, the river of life, the place of light, and the place of the dead, the shady or dark place.
The Father and Son live in Heaven. Lucifer, now Satan, dwells in the shade.
The choice is therefore yours; which one will you chose I wonder?
Footnote added 28th March, 2023:
# The word ‘hell’ is also ‘translated ‘Gehenna’ which is again a place of darkness, as in henna, a dark stain used in tattooing.
* It actually says gave his ‘monogene’ son. Can you see why? I will tell you if you don’t, but not here.
P.S. I said in the post, why did the Germans not point out that Hell means fair or light? Are they hiding something from us? Has it something to do with the seat of Satan in Berlin? Has it something to do with the Nazis/Marxists who both came out of Germany?
Yes. See this and other posts for further explanations or see (ask) me.
5 thoughts on “Heaven and Hell”
Reblogged this on Nelle's journey.
There’s a lot of good information here and from my best understanding, hell is simply separation from God.
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Mmm… thing is you can say Hell-o to God. Or as He is on high in the heavens you can say Hell-i.
Eli is the word for God and which is a word that Jesus used on cavalry ‘Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani’.
So really hell is a greeting indicating the light where God dwells. God i light, in Him there is no darkness.
Unlike LU which sound like loo, which in the UK is a toilet, and where you put shits like LU for example!!!
Jesus mentioned hell 12 times in first 3 Gospels, he doesn’t speak very well of it. In Matthew10:28 Jesus said “…to destroy both soul and body in hell” (KJV) Sounds like rough place.
Yes but the Greek word is Hades, not Hell as I explain. If you will excuse the word, it makes a hell of a lot of difference!
Where word Hades is not used, then the word in Greek is ‘geennan’ from Gehenna the valley where the rubbish was burnt.
Hell is as I say related to Satan, but he is thrown into the lake of fire and not Hell.