Hell is real and viewed by most Abrahamic traditions as a place of or a form of punishment. Hell appears in several mythologies and religions. It is commonly inhabited by demons and the souls of dead people. A fable about Hell which recurs in folklore across several cultures is the allegory of the long spoons. Hell is often depicted in art and literature, perhaps most famously in Dante’s Divine Comedy.
A fiery place that are overcrowded with jihadists and terrorists, besides the traditional pool of politicians, tax fugitives, bankers, traders, lawyers, and CEOs. The number of folks heading to hell outnumbers those who have secured a place in heaven—it’s estimated that the ratio of bad people in hell to the number of good people in heaven is a million to one.
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