Sheol

For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption.

(Psalms 16:10) KJV

Sheol refers to life beyond the grave, quite literally an underworld realm of the dead. It’s also modified in a variety of ways which can be grouped to correspond to the main regions of the interior of the Earth.

Levels of Hell

Grave (sheol)
Pit (sahat/bowr)
Earth (erets)World (tebel)
Crustsheoleretstebel
Mantlemibbeten sheol
tavek sheol
yerekah bowr
tachti erets
erets tachti
mowcadah tebel
Great Gulf
(outer core)
bad sheolerets beriach
matsuq erets
mayim tachath erets
Core
(inner core)
sheol tachti
tachti erets
bowr, shachath
missahat beli
mowcadar erets
– The levels of hell correspond to the four zones of the interior of the Earth.

Here is sheol used as the realm of the dead which contextually connects it back to the word tehom.

For my soul is full of troubles: and my life draweth nigh unto the grave.

(Psalms 88:3) KJV

The simplest way to understand this is that when the hollow Earth was full of water, the interior was tehom. Now that there’s no water inside the Earth the open space is sheol. If our premise is correct then there should be a scriptural reference to the waters of the great deep being dried up by heat. We need a positive result for Hypothesis 22.

Guess what?

Thus hath the Lord GOD shewed unto me: and, behold, the Lord GOD called to contend by fire, and it devoured the great deep, and did eat up a part.

(Amos 7:4) KJV

That works.


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