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By John Blatt


The word "Hell" is a very popular word in English. Actually it is not an English word, it is a German word. As a matter of fact, about 90 percent of the King James English is actually borrowed from the Anglo-Saxon language, that is, German. The word "Hell" appears in many common phrases. There are even well known funny poems about Hell. A couple of them are in this article. Here are some of the phrases found on the internet with the word Hell being a part if it:

go to hell


from hell


in hell


like hell


what the hell


heaven and hell


hell's angels


run like hell


hell's kitchen


gates of hell


hell yeah


hell song


operator from hell


bastard operator from hell


hell lyrics


highway to hell


life in hell


hell hath no fury


hell freezes


hell freezes over


hell michigan


bat out of hell


hell fire


hell on earth


road to hell


going to hell


hotter than hell


marriage of heaven and hell


yaoi hell


hell hole


convent of hell


hell song lyrics


linotype hell


hell's canyon


hell yeah lyrics


the hell song


straight to hell


hell's gate


hell no


circles of hell


mad as hell


club hell


the road to hell


hell cat


levels of hell


the gates of hell


hell on heels


hell hath no fury like


who the hell


oh hell


to hell and back


email hell


heaven or hell


hell week


sounds of hell


dll hell


hotter n hell


hell in a handbasket


hell yea


cowboys from hell


sum 41 hell song


the marriage of heaven and hell


hell exothermic


hell raiser


problem from hell


eagles hell


the road to hell is paved


hell hath no fury like a woman


sounds from hell


hell is other people


burn in hell


eagles hell freezes


hell on wheels


motel hell


pictures of hell


highway to hell lyrics


circle of hell


hell bound


eagles hell freezes over


the road to hell is paved with


hell test


hell creek


hell gate


long hard road out of hell


hell fighters


hell hath no fury like a woman scorned


road to hell is paved with good intentions


hell endothermic


hell's belles


here today gone to hell


etiquette hell


roomies from hell


meatloaf bat out of hell


bored as hell


escape from hell


funny as hell


drumkit from hell


season in hell


deathscythe hell


shut the hell up


goto hell


hell to pay


heaven from hell


dante's hell


college roomies from hell


t shirts from hell


hell is for heroes


i'm mad as hell


jazz from hell


raising hell


hell mi


hell in a hand basket


fresh hell


life is hell


harlem hell fighters


mr hell


crazy as hell


see you in hell


is hell exothermic


hell is for children


damn hell


between heaven and hell


bakura's hell


hell fest


run like hell walkthrough


dj hell


level of hell


hell boy


felix hell


tickle hell


what is hell


to hell with dying


hell hound


this is hell


hell raisers


living hell


the hell song lyrics


raise hell


hell fire club


ac dc highway to hell


truth about hell


hell in the cell


the yaoi hell


got to hell


dante hell


hell sing


hell fighter


hell t shirts


what the hell is going on


from hell dvd


descent into hell


hounds of hell


hell's angles


hell angels


hell's angel


revelation of hell


lyrics hell yeah


hell night


proverbs of hell


hell breath


reign in hell


so you think you can tell heaven from hell


sum 41 the hell song


little hell


god of hell fire


green hell


babes from hell


hell or high water


bat out of hell lyrics


when hell freezes over


shores of hell


neighbours from hell


fun from hell


mr hats hell hole


hell yeah remix


cold day in hell


hell awaits


run like hell xbox


heaven & hell


raise a little hell


gamers hell


movie from hell


mr hell show


hell pics


arpeggios from hell


all hell breaks loose


bloody hell


Did you know that the secular meaning behind the word "Hell" simply meant "hidden, out of sight?" Yep, in the ancient German, when two lovers went to a dark place to hide for love making they "went to hel," they hid somewhere. Our English words helmut, hall, hole, heel, hall, all stem from the German word "hele". The religious meaning of the word "Hell" came from Germany too, actually Teutonic mythology. "Hele" was a goddess of the underworld in ancient folklore.


Here's some info from the "About" site:


"Hel is the name of the Norse underworld, and its ruler. Hel/Hela, in Norse mythology, was the hideous daughter of the Giant Loki, banished to the netherworld, Helheim (literally, 'house of Hel'), world of the dead, by the Chief God, Odin. The distinctive looking Goddess, whose skin is black on one side, rules over the dead until Ragnarök and the coming birth of the new world.


"Hel is sister of Fenris, the wolf, and Jormungand, the world-serpent.


"The name for the Christian world of torment is derived from Hela's abode. Unlike the Christian version, however, Hel's realm was home to all who did not die in battle - miserable as it was, good behavior wasn't any more likely to get one a reprieve. Helheim's entrance works only in one direction - once one has entered, even a "God", one cannot leave - like the Greek Hades, Helheim is guarded by a monstrous hound, and encircled by the impassable river Styx. According to legend, the dead will remain in Hel's kingdom until the last days of Ragnarök."


There is no "hell" to go to as so many "hellfire" Christian preachers or the Islamic clerics teach. I have studied this one little word for over sixteen years now with more interest and fervor than any Christian, ex-Christian, or secular mythologist that I know of.


If you have a bible do NOT take it for granted that it is telling you the "truth". The English bible translations in print today (all with the rare exception of a small handful of translations) are riddled with biased, theologically programmed indoctrination. This means that the original languages of the bible are TRANSLATED which requires interpretation. All the English bibles are translated by those who have some religious programming, thus their interpretation of the translation process is preset, even though they may think they are being as impartial as possible. Thus you have a bible that, regardless of intention, is impregnated with presuppositional religious programming by the translators. Translators rely on the works of other translators who have also relied on previous translators.


Take the Strong's Concordance as a perfect example. Many Christians go to the Strong's and Thayer's Greek lexicons for a more "thorough" understanding specific Greek words of the New Testament. They come away from these documents with the impression that they know the bible better because of them. But these tools are HEAVILY saturated with theological programming. The christian "layman" knows no better because their leaders (pastors, teachers, scholars, etc.) approve the usage of these "standard works". If anything one generally know LESS about the true translation of the original languages from these works then they did beforehand.


All this is to say that the words "hell" and other phrases such as "eternal damnation" or "everlasting torment" that are found in mostly every English translation is NOT what the original languages say. It is propaganda. Programming. It is ironic that those who are supposed to know the most about the bible - Christians - end up knowing less than non-religious researchers because they are dependent upon the Christian system and its tools for their knowledge, which has been controlled from the beginning.


I will give you examples in the future of what I am describing here. "Hell" is a control mechanism, created for the generation of fear, which is what oils the Christian machine.



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