The place where damned souls go forever and ever. There is a continuous fire burning of millions of degrees and the walls are black. It is the abode of Satan and his fallen angels called demons Hell is in the center of the earth. More
The goddess of the underworld (old Norse Mythology), and the daughter of Loki and Angerboda, sister to Fenris and Jormungand. She dwelt beneath one of the three roots of the sacred ash tree Yggdrasil. Odin, the All-Father, hurled Hel into Niflheim, the realm of cold and darkness, itself also known as Hel, over which he gave her sovereign authority. [more information
From the Greek, GEHENNA (valley of Ge-Hinnom) used figuratively to describe the place of everlasting punishment for the unrighteous. (Also used for SHEOL and HADES, "the abode of the dead.") "And if your eye causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you. It is better for you to enter into life with one eye, rather than having two eyes, to be cast into hell fire" (Matt. 18:9).
Anarchy in heaven, especially in hada, the lowest heaven, where angels torment one another. When an earthly tyrant dies, evil spirits seize his newborn spirit for vengeance's sake, and cast him into hell.
a place believed in some religions to be the home of devils and of wicked people after death. Astate or place of great suffering or wickedness; a very unpleasant experience. HELL is the same as the Lake of Fire where the lost spend eternity. (Rev 19:20, 20:10)
This term hell is cognate to "hole" and "hollow". Thus by derivation hell denotes a dark and hidden place. In ancient Norse mythology Hel is the ill-favoured goddes of the underworld. Only those who fall in the battle can enter Valhalla; the rest go down to Hel in the underworld, not all, however, to the place of punishment of criminals.
(Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment; "Hurl'd headlong...To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit"
In scripture, the word hell translates the Hebrew word sheol and the Greek word hades, both of which refer to the realm of the dead. Before Christ, the souls of all the dead, whether wicked or righteous, went to this realm to await the Resurrection and the Judgment. In popular religion, hell refers to the place of eternal torment, which is called the Lake of Fire, Tartarus, or Gehenna in scripture. According to Jesus in Matthew 25:41, this place of eternal torment was designed for the devil and his angels, not for humans. Thus humans can escape this fate through repentance, forgiveness, reconciliation, justification, and sanctification.
A place of torment from which the worst of sinners are resurrected (if they repent) into the Telestial kingdom; only a limited number remain in hell forever, - the devil and the demons and apostates who consciously reject and work against Mormonism.
The realm of spirit world inhabited by evil spirits: those human beings most distant from God. Hell is the realm of falsehood and disobedience to God, where love is impure and human relationships mock God's ideal of creation. People at this low level of existence are in hell while living on earth, and after their bodies die. Hell is a location only in the sense that it exists wherever human beings give and receive in disobedience to the will of God. Hell was created on earth first, through the human fall.
is a state of mind which can include the effects of their improper understanding of Divine Mind and Christian Science Principles. Hell is not a literal place of damnation and eternal torment. Hell exists when a person’s thoughts are out of harmony with the reality of Divine Mind. "Mortal belief, error; lust; hatred, sin; sickness; effects of sin."
Where all the sane, rational people go when they die, as punishment for being sane and rational. An imaginary place that anyone can supposedly get to no matter how good they are if they simply refuse to acknowledge the existence of an imaginary God. (see stick definition #12) Where people go for the company AND the climate. Somewhere unpleasant, which is usually defined as being very hot and where lots of bad stuff happens. (see Middle East) Punishment for using the brain god gave you.
to be in a state of Spiritual crisis, unaware of your connection to God, which you are, or to the bliss that comes from being Self-Realized. To continually operate from ego. To be "caught in the illusion" that suffering and pain are real. To live in suffering is to kill yourself or another continually with judgment. Lite meaning: driving alone in bumper to bumper traffic with diarrhea. Oh Rats
Hell (åœ°ç„ Jigoku) is a fictional place in the Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT animes. It's not seen in the original manga, but it is mentioned. It's located in the Other World where the dead find themselves if their souls are not pure such as the main villains.
A hell, according to many religious beliefs, is an afterlife of suffering where the wicked or unrighteous dead are punished. Hells are almost always depicted as underground. In Christianity and Islam, hell is fiery.
Hell is a lunar crater that is located in the southern part of the Moon's near side, within the western half of the enormous Deslandres basin. To the southeast, also within the Deslandres basin, is the larger Lexell crater.