The strong among the mighty shall speak to him out of the midst of hell with them that help him: they are gone down, they lie uncircumcised, slain by the sword.(Ezekiel 32:21) KJV
Hell, it turns out, is a lot of things. There’s a midst of hell, a belly of hell and a lowest hell. The Hebrew and Greek words are modified in ways which make groupings that correspond to the regions of the interior of the Earth.
Levels of Hell
|Earth (erets)||World (tebel)|
|Great Gulf |
|bad sheol||erets beriach|
mayim tachath erets
If the belly or midst of hell is a chamber in the lower mantle from which Abraham and Lazarus had their infamous conversation with the rich man, shouldn’t there be evidence for the existence of such a place? We’re going to go with, YES there is evidence, and point to something called the Lehmann discontinuity.
The Lehmann discontinuity is an abrupt increase of P-wave and S-wave velocities at the depth of 220±30 km, discovered by seismologist Inge Lehmann. It appears beneath continents, but not usually beneath oceans, and does not readily appear in globally averaged studies. Several explanations have been proposed: a lower limit to the pliable asthenosphere, a phase transition, and most plausibly, depth variation in the shear wave anisotropy.– Lehmann Discontinuity, definition (Wikipedia)
This is something that we touched on in the post for March 19th when we were developing the 3D spherical hollow earth model. The take-home lesson: Hell is real. Everything we have makes this perfectly clear. In Matty’s Paradigm we euphemistically call this chamber in the lower mantle, or realm under all of the continents of the Earth, Abraham’s Bosom.