Those of us who are into the study of the mysteries having to do with the interior of our planet will sooner or later bump into questions about HELL and “the Devil.” Here’s great information that will not only answer the questions we have as researchers concerning ‘ol Scratch and his hangout, but will give us the knowledge to help others understand that important aspect of the inner earth. Enjoy! . . . EDITOR
Where Is Hell Located?
Hell is the place of punishment for the souls of the damned. Artists often depict it as a huge cavern inside the earth, but it could actually be located in another dimension or a different universe. Whatever its location, it is ruled by the Devil, who is assisted by numerous demons in administering the various punishments. . . Read Complete Report
BONUS FREE E-BOOK: THE HISTORY OF THE DEVIL AND THE IDEA OF EVIL FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY by PAUL CARUS 
“This massive work on the history of evil, particularly as symbolized by the Christian devil, was written on the cusp of the 20th century by Paul Carus, who wrote such other books as ‘Buddha, the Gospel‘.
At that point in history it seemed apparent that evil would soon be eliminated by the onrushing forces of rationalism and modernism. The devil had been reduced to a literary character, always ready to make a silly bargain for a soul. This trivialized image is perpetuated to this day. Satan in the cinema is either represented as a hideous special effect or a comic, bumbling trickster. Long gone is the noble adversary of Jehovah, as portrayed in the Bible, Milton or Dante.
However, the 20th century brought total war; genocide; death camps; nuclear, biological and chemical weapons; mind control; double-speak; ecological destruction; and finally [sic] indiscriminant mass terror. Evil was back and it was unmistakable. No wonder that opinion polls in the United States show that a large proportion of the population believe in the existence of the devil.”
PRODUCTION NOTES: “First of all, before you fire off any angry letters about this book, please keep in mind that the title of the book is not ‘We Worship Satan‘. Secondly, the book was lavishly illustrated, and it took a lot of work to get the images compressed enough so that these pages would load effectively on the Internet. So please accept my apologies for the dinky images. In any case, I hope you enjoy this e-book, which was an extremely difficult production job. — J.B. Hare.” . . . Link