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A yellow bus carries me there every morning Monday through Friday.
Oh, no, here comes that bright yellow bus to take us to Hell!!!!!!
by Jesus Himself June 02, 2005
Hades (Pluto), brother of Zeus.
Hades is the ruler of the underworld.
by World_Religions August 04, 2010
Hebrew word for Hell, the underworld.
Gehenna is a Jewish form of the word Hell.
by Nohman December 14, 2004
Sheol is Hebrew for “the grave pit” or “mankind’s common grave.” Sheol is not a place, rather than a period of time while people are dead and waiting to be resurrected. Sheol is the most common word to be substituted by the word hell. Bible scriptures that describe the characteristics of Sheol explain it to be exactly how we would describe our dead; buried under the ground, no consciousness, no knowledge, no pain, no joy, no hope. King Solomon explained the unconscious state of the dead in detail when describing sheol

Ecclesiastes 9:10
Whatever your hands find to do, do with all your strength, because there is no work, planning, knowledge, or wisdom in Sheol where you are going.

Ecclesiastes 9:5-6
For the living know that they will die, but the dead don't know anything. There is no longer a reward for them because the memory of them is forgotten. Their love, their hate, and their envy have already disappeared, and there is no longer a portion for them in all that is done under the sun.

Since hell replaces Sheol it has to mean the same thing as Sheol. So if hell means a place of anguish for unrighteous people, why would Job ask God to put him there until he was resurrected?

Job 14:13
If only You would hide me in Sheol and conceal me until Your anger passes, that You would appoint a time for me and then remember me.

And when Jacob believed his son had died, Jacob said that he would go down into Sheol mourning for him – Genesis 37:35

All his sons and daughters tried to comfort him, but he refused to be comforted. "No," he said. "I will go down to Sheol to my son, mourning." And his father wept for him.

What Jacob meant by this is that he was not soon going to stop mourning for his son; he felt so bad he said that he would mourn his son until the day that he himself died and went to Sheol, or the grave. There he would join his son in death, waiting to be resurrected. Jacob didn’t mean that his son or he would be in a place of fiery punishment after death, just the place of the dead.

There are also poetic and symbolic descriptions of these places in the bible that may cause confusion. You may read about someone “crying out” to God from Sheol or death. These passages are often taken literally to try and prove that there is consciousness in death, but these are merely forms of poeticism to describe that the injustice of a good person who has died “cries out” to God to make things right and resurrect him. Like –

Psalm 18:5-6
The cords of Sheol were round about me; The snares of death came upon me.

In my distress I called upon Jehovah, And cried unto my God: He heard my voice out of his temple, And my cry before him came into his ears.

Take passages such as this into consideration – Genesis 4:10
Then He said, "What have you done? Your brother's blood cries out to Me from the ground!

Abel’s blood did not cry out to God anymore than the Psalmist recorded a cry out to God from death. What this means is that all injustice in the world is considered a cry out to God. As you read above, Solomon said the dead don’t know anything, making it impossible for them to cry out for help or even realize that they need help. That would make for contradictions in the bible.

For instance – Isaiah 38:18
For Sheol cannot thank You; Death cannot praise You. Those who go down to the Pit cannot hope for Your faithfulness.
Whatever your hands find to do, do with all your strength, because there is no work, planning, knowledge, or wisdom in Sheol where you are going.
by coupedehill September 23, 2009
Wakouze also known as the titanes were six elder gods named Gedeon, Koios, Krios, Iapetos, Hyperion and Okeanos, ons of Ouranos (Sky) and Gaia (Earth), who ruled the cosmos before the Olympians came to power.
by getsu November 07, 2013
ELDER = a missionary from the LDS (Mormon) Church who is YOUNGER than you are, unless you are a minor.
Two young men knocked on my door. Their names were Elder Young and Elder Berry. My daughter thought they were Foxy Mormons, but, since the Elders were Young, I thought they were OxyMorons.
by Elder Berry March 02, 2009
A place that seems to get further and further away as humans' scientific knowledge improves.
About 100 years ago, Heaven was right above our heads. Then, when we started flying airplanes, it wasn't there, so it was moved right above the atmosphere. Finally, when we sent people into outer space and to the moon, it wasn't there either, so now Heaven is way past Pluto somewhere.
by star8706 November 07, 2003
The Olympian is when a female has a penis in each orifice (anus, mouth, vagnia) and one in each hand while being on her knees. This represents the 5 circles of the olympics, thus making it the olympian.
May only be seen in porn or college!

Hey man, let's pull the olympian on that midget over there!
by NmE69 October 21, 2010
The word "percabeth" is the shipping/couple name for Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase in the Percy Jackson and Olympians series. Percabeth is the most shipped couples in the whole series. They get together at the end of The Last Olympian, and it's hinted (and hoped) that they will have a long and happy relationship together. Percy and Annabeth started out as two demigods who are forced to work together (Annabeth is the daughter of Athena, and Peryc is the son of Poseidon, therefore Annabeth, who takes great pride in her mother, is naturally offensive towards Percy), really good friends, and as early as The Sea of Monsters, they are hinted for romance. At the end of the book, Annabeth kisses Percy on the cheek at the end of their chariot race. In the Titan's Curse, Annabeth was kidnapped by the protagonist Luke and Percy was determined to find her and is convinced that she is still alive. In the Battle of the Labyrinth, Annabeth kissed Percy on top of Mt. St. Helens, when Percy told Annabeth to escape. Percy was later stranded on Calypso's Island for about two weeks, during which Annabeth was devastated. In The Last Olympian, Annabeth is revealed to have an instinct that Percy was in danger even though he was supposed to invulnerable and instinctively saves his life. The book ends with Annabeth and Percy running down half-Blood Hill, off to a good start.
"Percabeth is the best thing since Royai."
by PJOlovesFMA July 08, 2009
The most comfortable part of your bed, often slept in by your dog or cat without the human's permission.
Every night, I find my cat sleeping in my grave. I have to throw him off the bed so I can get some sleep!!
by Stop the Pendulum April 04, 2006