Scripture Decoded: Hell


God is only love. A loving God doesn’t torture souls eternally in hell.

The idea of hell comes from a real place. In the Old Testament, Gehenna was a valley by Jerusalem, where apostate Israelites and followers of various Baalim and Caananite gods, including Moloch, sacrificed their children by fire. Now it’s a park.

People once believed that through blood sacrifice a debt was being paid that would allow them to go to paradise. The elites combined these pagan beliefs with the true teachings of prophets to create religious doctrine.

Baal is the Lord of Sacrifices

Baal isn’t a name, it’s a word that means Lord. Baal is the “Father God” who was given human sacrifices. Only demons pretending to be God ever asked for sacrifices. Baal is the same as Enlil, Zeus and other storm gods in mythology. Baal is the God of the elites, “satan”.

You are not saved by the blood of ritualistic murder, but by your own choices. Karma is real and morality matters. The consequence of low vibration choices is repeating difficult lessons in life, and potentially not ascending. This is what Jesus was sent to teach us.

The power of being “saved”, which has been attributed to God or Jesus, is the power of your own belief in your ability to change. As Jesus taught, the Kingdom of God is within us, and we will do greater miracles. Jesus opposed worship of external Gods, and he never called God ‘Father’ in Aramaic (ABBA), but ‘Source’ (ABWOON).

The threat of Hell was used to create fear of God, which kept the masses obeying the elites who claimed a right to rule in God’s name. The God that Jesus taught does not torture souls eternally.