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Hola Danna, nos lo apuntamos para desarrollar en el futuro. Muchas gracias por la sugerencia! Un saludo! In the Gorgias , Plato c. As a place of punishment, it can be considered a hell.
The classic Hades , on the other hand, is more similar to Old Testament Sheol. The hells of Europe include Breton mythology's "Anaon", Celtic mythology 's "Uffern", Slavic mythology 's "Peklo", the hell of Sami mythology and Finnish " tuonela " "manala".
The hells of Asia include the Bagobo "Gimokodan" which is believed to be more of an otherworld, where the Red Region is reserved who those who died in battle, while ordinary people go to the White Region  and Ancient Indian mythology 's "Kalichi" or " Naraka ".
In folklore among the Ainu people , hell is below ground, and is described as an uninviting wet place reserved for sinful people. In Tengrism , it was believed that the wicked would get punished in Tamag before they would be brought to the third floor of the sky.
Also Diyu , Daoist Hell. The Hell of Swahili mythology is called kuzimu , and believe in it deleveloped in the 7th and 8th century under the influence of Muslim merchants at the east African coast. Rejection and becoming a wandering soul is a sort of hell for one passing over. The souls of the dead must make their way to Jaaniw the sacred dwelling place of the soul. Only those who have lived their lives on earth in accordance with Serer doctrines will be able to make this necessary journey and thus accepted by the ancestors.
Those who can't make the journey become lost and wandering souls, but they do not burn in "hell fire". In Mayan religion , Xibalba or Metnal is the dangerous underworld of nine levels. The road into and out of it is said to be steep, thorny and very forbidding. Ritual healers would intone healing prayers banishing diseases to Xibalba. Much of the Popol Vuh describes the adventures of the Maya Hero Twins in their cunning struggle with the evil lords of Xibalba.
The Aztecs believed that the dead traveled to Mictlan , a neutral place found far to the north. There was also a legend of a place of white flowers, which was always dark, and was home to the gods of death, particularly Mictlantecutli and his spouse Mictlantecihuatl, which means literally "lords of Mictlan".
The journey to Mictlan took four years, and the travelers had to overcome difficult tests, such as passing a mountain range where the mountains crashed into each other, a field where the wind carried flesh-scraping knives, and a river of blood with fearsome jaguars.
In pre-Christian Fijian mythology there was belief in an underworld called Murimuria. Hell is conceived of in most Abrahamic religions as a place of, or a form of, punishment. Early Judaism had no concept of Hell, although the concept of an afterlife was introduced during the Hellenistic period , apparently from neighboring Hellenistic religions.
It occurs for example in the Book of Daniel. Daniel proclaims "And many of those who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, Some to everlasting life, Some to shame and everlasting contempt. Gehinnom is not Hell, but originally a grave and in later times a sort of Purgatory where one is judged based on one's life's deeds, or rather, where one becomes fully aware of one's own shortcomings and negative actions during one's life.
The Kabbalah explains it as a "waiting room" commonly translated as an "entry way" for all souls not just the wicked. The overwhelming majority of rabbinic thought maintains that people are not in Gehinnom forever; the longest that one can be there is said to be 12 months, however there has been the occasional noted exception. Some consider it a spiritual forge where the soul is purified for its eventual ascent to Olam Habah heb.
This is also mentioned in the Kabbalah, where the soul is described as breaking, like the flame of a candle lighting another: the part of the soul that ascends being pure and the "unfinished" piece being reborn. According to Jewish teachings, hell is not entirely physical; rather, it can be compared to a very intense feeling of shame. People are ashamed of their misdeeds and this constitutes suffering which makes up for the bad deeds. When one has so deviated from the will of God , one is said to be in Gehinnom.
This is not meant to refer to some point in the future, but to the very present moment. The gates of teshuva return are said to be always open, and so one can align his will with that of God at any moment. Being out of alignment with God's will is itself a punishment according to the Torah. Many scholars of Jewish mysticism, particularly of the Kabbalah , describe seven "compartments" or "habitations" of Hell, just as they describe seven divisions of Heaven.
These divisions go by many different names, and the most frequently mentioned are as follows: . Besides those mentioned above, there also exist additional terms that have been often used to either refer to Hell in general or to some region of the underworld:.
Maimonides declares in his 13 principles of faith that the hells of the rabbinic literature were pedagocically motivated inventions to encourage respect of the Torah commandements by mankind, which had been regarded as immature. The Christian doctrine of hell derives from passages in the New Testament. The word hell does not appear in the Greek New Testament; instead one of three words is used: the Greek words Tartarus or Hades , or the Hebrew word Gehinnom.
In the Jewish concept of Sheol, such as expressed in Ecclesiastes,  Sheol or Hades is a place where there is no activity. However, since Augustine , some [ which?
While these three terms are translated in the KJV as "hell" these three terms have three very different meanings. The Roman Catholic Church defines Hell as "a state of definitive self-exclusion from communion with God and the blessed. The nature of this judgment is inconsistent with many Protestant churches teaching the saving comes from accepting Jesus Christ as their savior, while the Greek Orthodox and Catholic Churches teach that the judgment hinges on both faith and works.
However, many Liberal Christians throughout Liberal Protestant and Anglican churches believe in universal reconciliation see below , even though it contradicts the traditional doctrines that are usually held by the evangelicals within their denominations. Some modern Christian theologians subscribe to the doctrines of conditional immortality.
Conditional immortality is the belief that the soul dies with the body and does not live again until the resurrection. As with other Jewish writings of the Second Temple period, the New Testament text distinguishes two words, both translated "Hell" in older English Bibles: Hades , "the grave", and Gehenna where God "can destroy both body and soul".
However, because of the Greek words used in translating from the Hebrew text, the Hebrew ideas have become confused with Greek myths and ideas. In the Hebrew text when people died they went to Sheol , the grave  and the wicked ultimately went to Gehenna and were consumed by fire.
The Hebrew words for "the grave" or "death" or "eventual destruction of the wicked", were translated using Greek words and later texts became a mix of mistranslation, pagan influence, and Greek myth.
Christian mortalism is the doctrine that all men and women, including Christians, must die, and do not continue and are not conscious after death.
Therefore, annihilationism includes the doctrine that "the wicked" are also destroyed rather than tormented forever in traditional "Hell" or the lake of fire. Christian mortalism and annihilationism are directly related to the doctrine of conditional immortality, the idea that a human soul is not immortal unless it is given eternal life at the second coming of Christ and resurrection of the dead. Biblical scholars looking at the issue through the Hebrew text have denied the teaching of innate immortality.
One of the most notable English opponents of the immortality of the soul was Thomas Hobbes who describes the idea as a Greek "contagion" in Christian doctrine.
It is not Roman Catholic dogma that anyone is in Hell,  though many individual Catholics do not share this view. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states:  "This state of definitive self-exclusion from communion with God and the blessed is called 'hell'" and  " They show the complete frustration and emptiness of life without God.
Rather than a place, hell indicates the state of those who freely and definitively separate themselves from God, the source of all life and joy.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church 's official beliefs support annihilationism.May 20, · The Final Solution Dreams fade away and all hope turns to dust When millions burn Sent away on trains, sent on a one-way trip to Hell Enter .