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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

How Does the Quran Define “Hell”?

Never think that the unbelievers will escape the wrath of Allah in this world. Hell shall be their home; an evil fate awaits them.”

From the Dawood Translation
of the Quran

First of all, who are the “unbelievers”?

The unbelievers are those who do not believe the fundamental Revelations in the Quran: the Revelation of “the resurrection” (including the Revelation of the memories of previous lives) and the Knowledge Revealed through the Vision of the “Son of man” (“Night Journey”).

Thus, inasmuch as the Revelation of the memories of previous lives instantly and utterly vitiates any doctrine of an after-death metaphysical ‘hell’ (as well as ‘heaven’), what precisely is meant by the term “hell” from the perspective of the Revelations, rather than Jewish, Christian, or Islamic theology?

Passages describing the horrors of hell in the Gospels, the Thanksgiving Hymns of the Dead Sea Scrolls (written by Jesus) and the Quran are poetic or metaphorical descriptions of a, however, very real experience.

In other words, that experience occurs in the physical world rather than being a conjectured experience—and, according to the Quran, “Conjecture is no substitute for the Truth”—about what happens in any purported after-death metaphysical world.

But of what, precisely, does the real-world experience of “hell” consist?

This is what Jesus is describing in Saying #84 of the Gospel of Thomas: “When you see your likeness [or your images], you rejoice. But when you see your images which came into being before you, and which neither die nor become manifest, how much will you have to bear!”

The first meaning of the word “hell”, then, is in reference to the annihilation of the dualistic consciousness of the “self” and the ‘thinker’ which necessarily occurs prior to the receiving of the Vision of the “Son of man”; the second meaning of the word “hell” refers to the ‘war in heaven’ between the consciousness Created by God and the dualistic consciousness (which corresponds in at least some respects to what is referred to in Jungian psychology as the “individuation process”; and which is explained in exquisite detail in the Thanksgiving Hymns)...

Whereas the third meaning of the word “hell” is as a reference to the punishments that are received for evil from one life to another.

Oh, by the way, would the Pharisaical rabbis at the time of Mohammed EVER have acknowledged that the Doctrine of “the resurrection” is a Doctrine of ‘Rebirth’ or that Mohammed was Elijah and John the Baptist ‘raised from the dead’?


Not any more than the Muslim religious officials of today would ever acknowledge that my wife Elizabeth is Daniel and Mohammed ‘raised from the dead’.

Michael (Chapter 12, verse 1 of the Book of Daniel, Sura 2, verse 98 of the Quran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light & Chapter 3, verse 12 of the Revelation of John) and:

Sarah-->Elijah-->John the Baptist-->Mohammed-->Elizabeth (Chapter 12, verse 13 of the Book of Daniel and Chapter 11, verse 14 & Chapter 17, verses 10-13 of the Gospel of Matthew(1987) (7th Church) for:

(Seven Women, Seven Churches and Seven Sisters )

Hagar-->the apostle Mary-->Danielle (1982-1987) (6th Church)

(March, 1987— )

Isaac-->the apostle John-->Robin (1986) (4th Church)

Ishmael-->the apostle Peter-->Cindy (1992) (5th Church)

Jacob-->the apostle Thomas-->Linda (1987- (2nd Church)

Esau-->the apostle, Judas-->Susan (1970) (1st

Isaiah’s wife-->the apostle James-->Kimberly (2000-  (3rd 

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