So it was that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels to Abraham’s bosom. The rich man also died and was buried.(Luke 16:22) NKJV
Here’s a scary thought: if the beggar was carried by angels into Abraham’s bosom, in a chamber in the lower mantle which overlooks hell, did other angels carry the rich man to the lip of the chamber and toss him into hell?
Which poses another question: the Bible includes extensive descriptions of ceremonial requirements for worship in the Old Testament. Is it safe to say that there are religious observances, ordinances and liturgies, in sheol, the underworld realm of the dead?
If a whole bunch of people died and were carried into the lower parts of the Earth are they cast into the lowest hell, the molten core of the Earth, on a first-come-first-serve basis? Or is there a service of committal at certain times during the day when they’re all cast in at once? This is what you call pondering the deep things of God.
These are also questions for which we may never know the answers. We can only make an inference based on the detection of gravitational waves.
We investigate the possibility that hell emits gravitational waves in response to fluctuations in the human death rate.