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So where is heaven and hell?

Without going in too much detail and trolling through a list of scriptures on heaven and hell.
The bible clearly speaks about heaven and hell. In the Hebrew the concept of hell is set in a sense of 'reality' as apposed to 'philosophy'.
This is reflected in the Hebrew mindset in contrast to the Greek mindset: Philosophy VS Reality.

In other words in the biblical sense these are very REAL places but just not in our view

Heaven: If you take a photo of star trails - like the photo above. Something you will find a lot off on Google images if you google 'startrails'

The centre of the photo is where our earth supposedly are rotating around - our north pole - where the north star is (don't get hanged up with scientific info about the north star moving over time as this might be from evolutionary thinking)

Interestingly if you listen to the following testimony. You will see that the person said they left via the North Pole - which points to Polaris - the North Star.
Job 26:7 says: “He [God] spreads out the northern skies over empty space.”


Yet. Scripture indicates that heaven may exist entirely beyond the visible universe. In 2 Corinthians 12:2-3, the apostle Paul refers to “the third heaven”—paradise—far beyond the first heaven (Earth's atmosphere) and the second heaven (the realm of the stars). He also speaks of the Lord's having “ascended higher than all the heavens” (Eph. 4:10).

Conclusion: Heaven is far in space - but to far to see with the naked eye or telescopes.

Hell: Althou there are various names refering to hell in the Old Testament Hades, (unseen) Gehenna (valley), Sheol (pit, grave).
In Luke 10:15  “And thou, Capernaum, which art exalted to heaven, shalt be thrust down to hell”
1 Samuel 28:13 - 15  the medium of Endor sees the spirit of Samuel “coming up out of the ground.”
Ephesians 4:9 says that before Jesus ascended into heaven, “he also descended . . . into the lower parts of the earth.”
Matthew 12:40 "For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth."

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Conclusion: Hell is in the center of the earth.

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By: Gabriel Kolbe

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