Some times you feel like hell is on your tail, no matter what you do, no matter what decisions you make, just some times feels like hell is on your tail.
Almost like the movie 'Drag me to Hell'...no matter what that poor character did to make Amen's for past wrongs, in the end Hell got her.
Sometimes life just feels that way, when things from the past pile up, be it bills, others who stalk you, bad relationships, low income, illness, disease, lost job, going broke, procrastination, bad grades no matter how hard subject studied ect.
Sometimes there can just be a feeling of doom that looms over ones consciousness, but like in the movie 'Drag me to Hell', you still have to go about daily business and put on sane face to public.
All posts that follow will be written within that mood set.
How does one combat the feeling that hell is on their tail?
There are many causes and effects.
One cause is when one stops progressing, moving forward in life, when one stays stagnant for to long, whether in a relationship or on a job, career, and or socially.Stagnation will keep 'hell' on your tail.
In odd way, zombies are resurrected also, but by evil or genetic processes.
And when resurrected the zombies go around terrorizing all in their path.
The world I see today, with middle east in turmoil, partisan politics at all time dividing point, planes crashing, riots in Ferguson, mass shootings in Africa....the way I see it Easter today more resembles the scenes in Johnny Cashes opening song.
In order to keep Hell off of my tail I must exercise here in a few minutes in order to fight off the forces of the grave that are always working against your body do to bad food we eat and other habits.
There are many reasons why horror movies are appealing to some or many.
One of those reasons being in odd way it's comforting knowing there's something out there, more of a threat, than man, or mans system, which is the biggest horror ever.
The system of man, the corruption that seeps through his veins, is the biggest horror threat many face.
So in odd way many like seeing the very humans who cause us discomfort, terrorized by a force, or forces that operate outside the realm of mans control.
Like watching your bully get bullied by something they have no control over.
And the system of man, with it's vast corruption, yet with a straight face, is that bully to many.
Monsters can often appear as hero's to some, who have been hurt by mans system and feel they have no other recourse but to watch fictitious monsters take out their wrath on those who 'hurt me in real life'.
Monsters operate outside the realm of taxes, bills, your boss, city codes, fines, ect, monsters attack and torment all equally and nothing can control them.
The system of man has become horrific to many, and so it's nice for some to see this horrific system horrified by monsters or demons that just don't give a squat.
It's almost like justice.
It's why we really feel bad when people are carried away by a monster on screen, in a movie, cause deep inside most are thinking 'They deserved it'.
And maybe the monster in the movie, on screen, is doing what 'we' really would like to do but can't, so instead settle for watching a fictitious beast in the movie doing it.
I mean like this title suggests, how many people do we wish could be 'dragged to hell', that we feel hurt us?
Invisible corruption abounds everywhere, all with a straight face, and it eats and wears away at your time and energy.
You spend weeks working for nothing, paycheck gone in a heartbeat, yet made to feel by some that you don't work hard enough.
Stupid deductions from your check, services cut off by corporations that rake in billions a year, yet fret over a $50 dollar dispute in payment.
Seems no one knows your pain, accept monsters that act out on screen.
To some, monsters may even seem like angels in disguise who come to Earth to wreak justice upon a corrupt system by attacking and terrorizing those responsible for this system.
Even bible writers used monsters, in the book of Revelations, as engines of destruction to humanity in the end times to carry out Gods anger against humanity.
Movie monsters provide comfort on Saturday nights and help many get away from the true horrors of man, which await as soon as we leave the sheltered home.
Last Edit: Apr 19, 2015 3:27:05 GMT -5 by X factor
Hell is literally on every ones tail, the ones who don't feel it simply keep moving forward, those who sit still to long in life, procrastinate, begin to feel it and feel it's effects as life begins to dismantle.
If a whole year has gone by in ones life, and not fiscal, social, mental, spiritual progress has been made, hell is not far behind.
But it's also easy to want to give up and just let hell swallow you.
Once hell has you, has your scent even, it's hard to escape it's grip
Once the darkness of hell sets upon your life, it's grip can be difficult to escape or reverse.
Hell didn't just show up one day, rather it was a timely process of poor decisions over months, even years.
So now hell has the momentum, and is not willing to let anyone go so easily, whether alcohol abuse, drug abuse, abusive relationship, financial hardship, ect, hell will not just let one turn around and wander away.
Hell is jealous and very possessive, and won't let go so easily.
So when hell has a hold of you, you really have to fight, be determined to escape it's grip, power and destructive influence.
But to those who want to live, and live better, to those who still have dreams or ideals to fulfill, I say continue to run, run, do anything, just move forward in a positive way, and leave hell way behind.
When hell seems like a welcome alternative to mans twisted system
When hell starts seeming less complicated and stressful than systems created by man.
Wow, what a place to be in ones mind when above is occurring.
How is that possible?
For one, Hell is simplistic, not very complicated, you simply get tortured and harassed by entities, other than that nothing is required of you.
In hell, other than being there, the one there really has no responsibility. Also in hell, as depicted in art anyways, one is never a lone.
Loneliness is kind of a hell on Earth for many, and seems like in hell, is the only place where you're kind of around others, at least as depicted in art.
Seems everyone is nude, also seems hell always depicts 'European' victims.
In fact in most art, hell seems to depict only European victims, and heaven only depicts European victims, so makes you wonder if hell is segregated, like the old south, based on what color one was in real life, I mean according to art depictions it is.
Is hell a racially segregated place?
In hell, seems the only stress one has is physical, and not fiscal, seems very basic, get spanked and jabbed daily, run and scream.
Other than that, relieved of all responsibility, which means you can't really fail at anything.
Funny thing is though, as depicted in art, if you're already dead, no longer have a body,than why are people in hell always depicted as still retaining flesh?
Wouldn't flesh simply burn up and be gone?
I mean according to art depictions, if you still have a fleshly body, that means body would either die over and over again, which means god would have to continue repairing body over and over again, or it would have to mean once in hell one becomes immortal, incapable of dying, which in a way would give one god like traits.
So yes, although in hell, since one can never die again, one has obtained a kind of god like quality, which is kind of hopeful actually, to know that even in hell, one has obtained eternal life.
(that statement might make sense to a Adventist, who in their doctorine say it's only the saved who have immortal life, and everyone is vanishes)
In hell, as depicted in art, all the stress is one dimensional, pain and torment, but outside of that there seems to be no pressure to be or do anything.
Why hell can seem like a shelter to some
1. In hell there seems to be no IRS or other harassing Government agencies
2. In hell you seem to be relieved of all bills, all obligations, all one has to do is exist
3. In hell one doesn't have to worry about employment, or food, since according to art you live forever in hell, like god.
4. Seems to be no disease or illnesses in hell, as depicted in art.
I don't know, like in dreams, things may seem bad or frightening, but still for many, a bad dream is preferable to waking up and dealing with the realities and complexities of mans world.
To wake up and be re reminded that you're a refugee fleeing the middle east, or to wake up and realize you're homeless, and on the streets of Brazil trying to survive, or to wake up in the middle of a battle zone as a soldier, or to wake up and realize you have two weeks to keep home before foreclosure, or to wake back up into the reality of unemployment and not being able to pay bills, or to wake back up into reality of roach infested home.
I mean compared to the different types of man induced hells on earth, Satan's hell might not start seeming so bad so some.
Where it seems you're around other people all the time, being handled and chased by odd fuzzy beings, who always give you 100% of their attention, and where you can never die, so you have god like qualities, in that in hell you're immortal, a status many desire.
Your flesh seems to always regenerate, like Wolverine in the movie 'X-men'.
No bills, can live without eating, no taxes, don't need to be employed or spend whole life working to pay down mortgage, no rent fees, no diseases.
And according to artist, hell is a all white place, so if one is a white segregationist they may find comfort in that as well.
Looking at it like that hell doesn't seem so bad compared to the stresses many face while on earth.
This is the zone.
Last Edit: Nov 11, 2015 8:26:33 GMT -5 by X factor
One way to keep hell off of your tail is to just keep moving forward no matter what, and to never give into current mood, move forward regardless of current mood, and in weeks you'll thank yourself for making progress.