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Hell Where do the souls of people who have committed heinous acts go Many cultures would condemn these souls to a place called hell Hell is often viewed as a dreaded place to be like students dread to come to school Hell is a place where morally deprived souls dwell It is a place of punishment for those who commit acts of maleficence Many portray hell as a physical and mental abuse of the souls sent there Souls after death are sent to be judged for their acts during life Upon judgment the souls are either purified from their sins or sent to a location for punishment The location where the souls are sent for punishment is commonly referred to as hell Hell is a deplorable place It is extremely dark and gloomy here The nebulous nature of hell adds to its dark and eerie mood Upon entering hell there is an awful stench from the foul souls everywhere As we get closer to the gates of hell the monstrous guards are visible The two guards blocking the entrance are Cow Head and Horse Face Their bodies are similar to humans but their heads are in the shapes of a cow and a horse Both guards carry a long sword and are ready to fend away unwelcome guests Once past the two guards you will arrive at the Grand Hall which is also level one of hell The reincarnation chambers are located here along with the Hell Judge Here the souls are laid judgment for the sins they have done during their life The Hell Judge decides the punishment here depending on the type of sin the souls will be sent to the accordingly to the different levels of hell If the Hell Judge decides the punishment for the sin was to live the opposite of it he would send the soul to the reincarnation chambers on this level Here they would be reborn
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