Reader Question: Is it possible to drill to hell?

By | March 22, 2006

Reader Question Is it possible to drill to hellKawar writes:

Hi i want to know if it is possible to dig into hell by drilling. i read that sum scientists diged into hell by drillling into hollow earth, at about 14 kilometers or so deeper then kola one. reveal to me the truth god bless you and much love

Yes, of course, as long as you use a drill that exists only in your mind… because that is the location of hell. Hell is a scam invented by humans to control other humans through fear. After you die, your brain stops working and then you no longer exist. There is nothing else after death. Do you fear the time before you were born? No. There is no pain in not existing. You should not waste any of your life fearing death. Practice religion if it makes you happy while you are here, and do the right thing because you should, not because you will burn in hell if you don’t.

PS. If you are just talking about heat and pressure as being hell, it would depend on where you drill. The Earth’s crust is from 0-50 km thick (0-31.5 miles), and is thinnest under the oceans (from 0-6 miles).

6 thoughts on “Reader Question: Is it possible to drill to hell?

  1. DEE DEE

    Wow your are in deep buddy,God love your heart, you are so blind but i guess you will see one of these days! I only hope its not to late.

  2. Xeno Post author

    Dee Dee, I would have to say that the evidence leads me to believe that without a functioning nervous system, I will see nothing at all… one of these days. Just being honest. But thanks for the love and concern. Best wishes.

  3. Bernard

    Nothing is impossible. Where there is a will, there is a way. No one believed we would be able to land on the moon once, and we did. So drilling into hell is not far-fetched.

    Whether the scientist story is true or not, judge for yourselves…”As a communist I don’t believe in heaven or the Bible but as a scientist I now believe in hell,” said Dr. Azzacove, manager of the project in remote Siberia. That statement alone, combined with other supporting facts, is enough for me to conclude that the incident was real.


    If any one questions the existence & whereabouts of hell, I’d say turn to the Bible and compare this incident’s report to Genesis 37:35, Psalm 86:13, Amos 9:2, Job 17:16, and Revelation 9:1. There, you will see that the reports match, that hell is indeed under the earth’s crust.


    Jesus said: “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me.” -John 14:1

    “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” -John 3:16


  4. Xeno

    Bernard, optimism is a positive trait, but it can make people gullible.

    In fact, the statement you believe by Dr. Azzacove was never made by him. A Norwegian schoolteacher named Rendalen visiting California who was disgusted with people’s gullibility after hearing the “Well to Hell” story on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) purposely mistranslated an article about a building inspector and made up those words from Dr. Azzacove which you claim as proof of Hell. Rendalen offered his real contact information, and he would have told them it was a hoax if they bothered to check the facts, but they didn’t. In their optimism at finding proof of their already held beliefs, they just accepted it blindly. Not only that, they exaggerated that the report had come from a scholarly Norwegian journal.

    (wiki, museum of hoaxes, snopes).

    You’ve been tricked about both Azzacove and Hell in the same way; by trusting something as fact which was actually a bad translation, an embellishment with the author’s beliefs thrown in, of an earlier story.

    In the case of Hell, one of the three different writings which came together around 440 BC to form the Genesis story, is probably derived from the Tale of Gilgamesh, about the adventures of the historical King of Uruk (now Iraq)–(somewhere between 2750 and 2500 BCE). The Gilgamesh story includes the flood, building an ark, the dove, creating a person from a rib, a serpent, the underworld, and many other elements you will recognize of Genesis. But it is written thousands of years earlier, it includes the belief in many gods, not just one.

    Even the Jewish people had many gods at one time. “on the basis of the Elephantine papyri, it would seem that the Jewish temple remained largely polytheistic as late as 409 BCE during the reign of Darius II.”

    Hell in the original form just meant “a grave.” No torment, no punishment, no devil!, just dust.

    In Mesopotamian traditions, hell is described as a distant land of no return, a house of dust where the dead dwell without distinction of rank or merit, and a sealed fortress, typically of seven gates, barred against invasion or escape.

    In a cycle of Sumerian and Akkadian poems, the god-king Gilgamesh, despairing over the death of his companion Enkidu, travels to the world’s end, crosses the ocean of death, and endures great trials only to learn that mortality is an incurable condition. Hell, according to the Gilgamesh epic, is a house of darkness where the dead “drink dirt and eat stone.” – britannica

    The eternal torture and the devil were embellishments added later.

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