Excerpt from Chapter One – An Unexpected Journey – of the book I Went To Hell from Prophet Uebert Angel
“WELCOME TO HELL.” The imposing ominous words were carved deep into either side of the immense gate in bold letters that seemed to be made from a form of medieval wrought iron. The first word, “WELCOME,” was etched on the left door of the gate. Then, to provide a clue that this was no ordinary destination, the last two words, “TO HELL,” were positioned slightly lower on the other door on the right side of the gate. The symmetry of the juxtaposed words was meticulous as if to welcome the condemned with diabolic grandeur, or perhaps so the angels in flight might gaze on them in awe. It was an extraordinary sight to behold. This was a destination like no other, possessing an atmosphere to match and horrors to terrify even the bravest of men.
The benighted live looking hinges of each door of the gate glistened with a material that was reminiscent of the deep saturated hue of lapis lazuli, giving them the facade of polished jewels. At their opening, alternating rows of bas-relief creatures unbeknown to our world form the processional way. Their faces were a mixture of creatures extinct in our mortal world. Something on them suggested fear just by the sheer look of them. I was spellbound by the complete tenseness of the atmosphere because inside the horrors of what I was seeing, the brilliance of the designer of that place was evident in everything. Now, whether I was in the flesh or in the spirit, I will not say. But, one thing was for sure I was now in Hell – the home of the condemned.
CONTINUED IN CHAPTER ONE OF I WENT TO HELL