Analyse The Relationship Between Heaven And Hell

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Where do we go when we die? Everyone is their own person when their dead.
You don ́t have any type of communication with NO ONE at all except God. God created the earth, planets, space,etc. We all human beings, animals, insects, etc was created by the man above. Heaven and Hell is our two decisions that God decides for us to go for eternity. Heaven and Hell was created by God, Heaven for Jesus and Hell for the Devil.
There are angels in Heaven that was born in B.C and after christ. Angels such as
Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel, Salapheil, Raguel, Jegudiel, and Baracheil. In Hell you have demons like Amon, Abbadon, Abezethibou, Abraxas, Abyzou, Adramelech,
Asethma, and Agaliarept. Hell is evil and Heaven is good. ̈DEPART FROM ME! ̈ , God

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