The Nature of Hell By Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., M.B.A., Phd., Coif Perpetual (C)Copyright (2011C.E.) By Anthony J. Fejfar and Neothomism, P.C.

(PA) As we all know, Hell is not a nice place to live. In fact, in Hell a person is tormented and even tortured. Hell is based upon the idea that, “as you are, so you shall be,” and “as you do, so it will be done unto you,” and “if you choose evil as your end, voluntarily, then evil will be done unto you.” Hell is based upon irrational evil. In Hell there is an irrational authority. In Hell you can be required to wear red socks on Monday and yellow socks on Wednesday, and then can be criminally prosecuted for doing the same the next week. In Hell, nothing works right. In Hell there are constant power outages and generally poor weather. In Hell you are always losing your keys and your job. In Hell, it is very difficult to get your key into your door lock. In Hell, you are always having car trouble. In Hell, all of your friends and family betray you. In Hell the food is poor and the water is polluted. In Hell people get sick from horrible diseases. Now, it is not God’s fault that Hell exists, nor is it his fault that some people end up there. The reason Hell exists is that the fractals that are used to manifest Hell are misformed and irrational. For reality to work right, the fractals must be curvelinear and the design based upon Reason, Logic, and Wisdom. In Heaven, things work the way they are supposed to. In Purgatory, things work the way they are supposed to most of the time. In Hell, things work the way they are supposed to only part of the time. That is, in Hell, things do not work the way they are supposed to, most of the time. The reasonable person, the logical person, and the wise person, does the best that he or she or hae can to avoid going to Hell.