The Fire under the Sea (Part III)

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The Fire under the Sea (Part III)


In Part I and Part 2 of this series, I mentioned that there are many researches being conducted by Biblical scholars as to the possible locations and entrances of the mysterious underground world (hell). The primary bases of the Bible scholars in conducting researches and studies are the various verses in the Holy Bible enumerated in Part 1 as well as past historical accounts and science. The finding of the Bible scholars is simply that many of the entrances of hell are located under the seas. When we talk of fire under the sea (hell), the Dead Sea (known as the Sea of the Devils) comes to mind - it being one of the most famous seas.

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One may ask: Is the Dead Sea the only possible entrance to hell? Meaning that if sinners depart from this world, do they enter just one entrance to hell? Many Bible scholars say that just as there are 12 gates in the New Jerusalem (Heaven), there may also be 10 to 12 magnetic gates that actually lead to hell - located in 10 main areas. One such location is the Bermuda Triangle.

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"The Bermuda Triangle is an imaginary area that can be roughly outline on a map by connecting Miami, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the Bahamas, an island chain off the coast of the US. Within that triangular area of the Atlantic Ocean have occurred a number of unexplained disappearances of boats and planes. Additionally, readings on directional devices (magnetic compass) do not operate inside the triangle.

"Unusual events in that area date back in recorded history to 1493 and the first voyage of Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) to the New World. In his log, Columbus noted that his compass readings were askew within the area now called the Bermuda Triangle, and he and his crew were confused by shallow areas of sea with no land nearby." (Reference: Gale Encyclopedia of the Unusual and Unexplained, 2003)

A book by Perry Stone (Secrets from beyond the Grave), reports that Bermuda Triangle claimed more than a thousand lives in 50 years. Since 1945, more than a hundred ships, boats and planes have reportedly vanished.

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Talking about "magnetic gates" leading to hell, Bermuda Triangle is one of the two places of the earth where a magnetic compass does not point towards the north. Normally, a magnetic compass points towards the magnetic north. So there is a so-called compass variation which changes as much as 20 degrees as one circumnavigates the earth. …

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