Some People Go To Hell When They Die

Oh the hack Occultists who think their selfish bullshit won’t ever come back at them. I had a life review out of body experience years back that showed me roughly the same sort of thing, but in a bit of a different way. In mine it was presented more in a Buddhist context of negative karma binding me to this shit show of a world that I really should have escaped by now (or thought I should have at least). So let this sort of negative near death experience be a warning.

Another reason for posting this would be to point out to materialists that no, your idea that things like heaven and hell are just shit that people make up is painfully inaccurate. Wrong, people have been having these experiences and talking about them ever since there have been people, which is where religion comes from in the first place. Modern religion has just sort of forgotten that for the most part as well and it really needs to remember. (from Uplift):

“Jeffrey saw a doctor standing over him, he recalled in a post on the Near-Death Experience Research Foundation’s website. He seemed to leave his body and enter the doctor: “I went into him and saw images of his wife, kids, and his car. I felt the panic in him.”

A spirit being took his hand and pulled him away. He could see his own body and a doctor and nurse working to revive him. The being took him into a “column of light.” At first he was in a place that he thought was heaven, with cloud-like walls. He saw his grandmother there.

But then he was in a foul-smelling field with people who had jackal faces. A demonic creature grabbed him and brought him to a place with a bunch of cubes stacked up.

A demonic creature told him each person gets a custom-made hell.

“He told me this was hell, and in every cube was a custom-made hell for every soul. He explained that people adapt to every kind of hell, and some people are more tolerant of some things than others, so hell is ever changing. He took great joy out of watching people suffer.”

Jeffrey was sucked into one of the cubes, where people fed him rank food and laughed. Then he was shown flashes of all the bad things he had ever done.

“I was being put into other people’s shoes as I was doing bad things to them.”

“I could see how insensitive I was to people and didn’t even know it. It was excruciating and overwhelming to relive things that I had forgotten about, or just didn’t care about. I was made to feel they way I made others feel,” he said.

Then he was kneeling in a cave, with other people around him also kneeling.

“I saw a girl kneeling with her wrists cut, a man with a rope around his neck, and another with the back of his head blown out. I could hear screaming from the cave ahead, and I was trying to get one of these people to talk to me and tell me where I was. One of them told me to be quiet or I would be next. Then a huge, ugly demon reached out of the cave, grabbed them and dragged them into the cave.”

When he closed his eyes, he was suddenly overwhelmed again by the visions of the bad things he had done. He realized that’s why everyone there was wide-eyed, because they would also experience these visions if they closed their eyes.

“You cannot close your eyes. You cannot talk to the others. You cannot stand up. You cannot sit down. You can only kneel there on the tips of your toes and the points of your knees. All you could do was stare at the hole of fire, listen to the screams, and hope you are not next,” Jeffrey said.

But there was still hope.

Read the rest over at Uplift

 

Thad McKraken

Thad McKraken

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Thad McKraken is a psychedelic writer, musician, visual artist, filmmaker, Occultist, and pug enthusiast based out of Seattle. He is the author of the books The Galactic Dialogue: Occult Initiations and Transmissions From Outside of Time, both of which can be picked up on Amazon super cheap.
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