The Gate Way To Hell

by Kashif Masood | 20:39 in , , |

The Gate Way To Hell

Collection of mysterious places on our planet, which has a very
strong energy, and the legends are the gateway to the underworld.
You will see the unusual "hellish" places scattered around the globe.

Námaskarð, Iceland


It is a mysterious place in Iceland, which is better known simply as "The Gates of Hell."
Despite its "cold" name, Iceland - a country turbulent volcanic activity. In Naumaskarde has hot springs, that sulfur stink so intolerable that a normal person can not mask
survive more than a few minutes. The smell literally knocks down.








SIBUNIT cave, Belize
According mayanskomu sacred text, the dead go to the underworld Sibalbu through caves.
River flows through them, replete with scorpions, hungry jaguars and blood.
Theories about exactly where Sibalba many, but the most truthful one
that Sibunskie caves in Belize is the entrance to Sibalbu.
Despite the fact that there are constantly working archaeologists, they are frustrated crowds,
who dream of seeing Hell for themselves.

Darvaz, Turkmenistan
In the middle of the Karakum desert directly from the ground and pulled out the flames spread around the unbearable heat. People call it the "Door to Hell." Although the appearance of these "doors" - a banal human stupidity: in 1971, the well is drilled, and the chance to dosverlilis large underground cave, and came to the surface of the gas. In order not to spoil the environment in the region, the gas burned.
  
Beppu, Japan
This is a sacred hot springs on the island of Kyushu, also called "Hell Beppu."
Nine sources, and each "hell" has a name: blue -
Marine Hell (depth of 120 meters, water temperature 90C)
Chinoiki Zhigoku or Bloody Pond (from the large amounts of iron, water is purchased in red),
source "shaved head" (just a warm bubbling mud)
White Pond (boiling water here - milky because of an overabundance of calcium), Hell Mountain -
volcano, spewing hot mud, "Infernal cauldron."



Yellowstone National Park, USA
One of the first who explored Yellowstone National Park, was John Colter.
He described in detail the breaking away from the ground clouds of steam and boiling water of the lake, which is a place once dubbed "Hell Coulter." Now look at the "Hell" annually attracts millions of tourists.

Danakil desert, Ethiopia
One of the most inhospitable places on Earth. Danakil - is very often terrible volcanoes, scorching air
toxic gases and already traditional, sulfuric lake. At this point in the Arabian tectonic plate breaks,
and continues to break down, because of volcanic activity, frequent earthquakes, failures appear regularly the entire length of the fault, allowing lava to form the present lake of fire,
so beautifully outlined in the Book of Revelation.



Plouaret, France
In Brittany, there is a small church dedicated to the "Seven Sleepers"
(like the seven saints who are waiting for the end times and guard the entrance to another world - whether, that no one there by mistake was not included, or that there, God forbid, someone out).
But it is interesting that the church is different: it's built into the structure of prehistoric dolmens, which the locals say, "there is a creation of the times and is built by hand of Almighty God."
 
 
Guatemala
In Guatemala City, in 2010, suddenly crater, width 31.5 meters in diameter,
engulfing several homes and, for some reason, sparing people. Crater formed suddenly, although scientists believe that served as the reason for its creation Storm Agatha. No screams were coming from there, sulfur does not smell, but still terribly uncomfortable "hellish place."
 
 
Wang Saeng Suk, Taiwan
"Hell Garden" near Bangkok technically - part of a Buddhist temple, with many sculptures
painting hellish torment of sinners in the afterlife. Not quite, to the gates of Hell, but it is very lively illustration.