TEN COURTS OF HELL
TEN COURTS OF HELL

TEN COURTS OF HELL

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Ten Courts of Hell

Everyone has a story. Everybody comes from a different walk and has their own things to deal with. Such is the case with the following spirit that we have obtained. The spirit is attached to the piece that you can notice above. We got the piece from our connection to the Asian world, Adita. You are more than welcome to email Adita with any inquiries you may have regarding anything to do with questions that stem from Asian culture. Anyway, we obtained this piece from her that inhabited by a very old soul with some very powerful abilities.

You see, our soul Quan, was breathed into life during the ancient Wei dynasty in the 3rd century AD. He lived a very barbaric lifestyle, killing people as he saw fit, and not caring what occurred as a result of his actions. Well, Karma can be a bee sometimes and eventually Quan got his, being murdered by somebody who was avenging his brother against Quan’s murderous rage.

When Quan died and woke up, he was in unfamiliar surroundings, because he woke up in what he would later realize was the first court of Hell, which is where his soul would wait to be judged by one of the Shi-Tien Yen Wang, or ten rulers of the Underworld. One of these rulers reside over one of each court of Hell, one of which all souls will be judged according to his or her life’s transgressions. Eventually, Quan would be judged to one of the Eight courts of Punishment (the first and tenth are both transitional courts in the Underworld, as I will describe).

So, Quan waited in limbo, finally being judged to the fifth court of Hell, where all murders were sent. Quan’s punishment was to feel the pain of each of his murder victims one hundred times, before he could be sent to the tenth court of Hell. He remained in his Hell, being tormented by anguish and despair, until his punishment was complete. All in all, he spent approximately sixty years, before he was permitted to pass on to the Tenth Court.

. When he arrived in the Tenth Court, he was relieved to find out that his torment was finally over. The purpose of this court was simply take his turn on the Wheel of Transmogrification, which would circulate his soul, reincarnating it into the body of a infant child, so he could live his life all over again. Quan was excited, thinking to himself that he would take what he had learned from his previous life experience and use it to gain even more wisdom, and sooner or later he would be as wise as the gods themselves. However, the god of the tenth court of Hell had no such plans, forcing Quan to drink the Elixir of Oblivion or return to his Hell for another sentencing. Reluctantly, Quan drank the elixir, which caused him to forget every aspect of everything he knew from his previous life, render him useless and resurfacing his soul as the mind of and infant and not an old soul in a rejuvenated form.

Here was Quan’s second attempt at life. Wouldn’t you know it, Quan must be destine for failure, because this time he was an extremely corrupt ruler under the Jin ruling dynasty of the ancient Chinese civilization. He exploited people for their goods and wealth, which for many people wasn’t much. Many people starved and went without while Quan’s own household flourished. He ruled over his faction with an iron fist, with a set of double standards, sentencing many people to harsh punishment and even death for the very things he was doing. The time was approximately 400AD when his regime of tyrant oppression finally came to and end, when Quan came down with a sickness that enflamed his lungs, ceasing his ability to breath and rendering Quan lifeless.

Here we go again. In the First Court, Quan waited in limbo to be sentenced, finally being relinquished of the magic held over him by the Elixir of Oblivion and feeling twice the regret and remorse, as he hadn’t learned his lesson the first time around. Nevertheless, Quan was sentenced to the third court of Hell this time, where he dwelled among forgers, liars, deceivers, gossips and corrupt government officials. He spent his years sentenced to his Hell in utter, chilled darkness, feeling alone and alienated. Alas, Quan had been hung out to dry at the expense of living his previous life full of grandeur. The total time he spent in the Third Court totaled seventy-three years. Finally, he was relinquished to the Tenth Court, where his soul was recycled in the previous manner.

In this fashion Quan continued to lead horrible, horrible lifestyles, hurting, exploiting, offending, and taking advantage of many, many people. He experienced the second court of Hell next, joining the ranks of incompetent doctors, indolent workers, and dishonest agents. Next was the eighth, which included the souls of those persons who exhibited filial disrespect and those who have abandoned their families. You get the picture, these people weren’t general rank and file citizens. They were filthy, dirty sinners and were being punished appropriately.

After about a dozen or so of these cycles, Quan was once again sentenced to the Fifth Court for raping and murdering a teenaged girl. When he arrived in Hell this time and was able to see how many times he had tried and failed, then tried and failed again, he dropped to his knees and wept for his soul. He had grown tiresome of this eternity and destiny and he was sick to death (literally, I suppose) of doing long, laborious bids in the various sectors of Hell, only for his memory and previous experience to vanquished form his mind, being forced to start over so he could fail again. To Quan, it felt like he was on an endless uphill climb, in search of spiritual righteousness, and the tools that were necessary to succeed were stripped from him before he even had a chance. It was like if you didn’t get it right the first time, you were pretty much screwed.

One night as Quan was weeping and gnashing his teeth in sheer sorrow, he came upon a spirit that was different. The spirit wasn’t a lost, doomed soul such as himself and his damned consorts. This spirit was smiling-- he was a smiling monk. His path was illuminated by an iridescent pearl and he toted a staff that was decorated with rings of metal that jingled like little bells.

“Why are you forlorn, child?” the spirit asked.

“Spirit,” uttered Quant, “Why have you come here smiling? To mock me in my hour of deepest sorrow? Leave me, I deserve not even the slightest consideration.”

“My lost child, collect yourself. Stand tall, for today is the day that you will no longer suffer such tragedy. I hereby relinquish the hold that this place and its gods have on you, that has been putting a damper on your earnest desires to do well and succeed,” replied the spirit.

Quan retorted, “My Lord, what do you speak of? There is no possible way that you can override the commands of the Shi-Tien Yen Wang, the Ten Lords of Death and gods of Hell. This is absurdity! Mock me no longer.”

“My child,” replied the spirit, “Do not be foolish. Get up and Go! Remember to demonstrate, unto others, the same mercy I have bestowed upon you. Now go in peace, you have been set free.”

Quan did as he was told and sure enough he was relinquished from his Hell and his spirit was allowed to be set free and manifested in the piece that you notice above. You see, the spirit that Quan had encountered was actually the God of Mercy, Ti-Tsang Wang. Ti, for short, wanders the darkest caverns of the Courts of Hell in search of lost souls that he can help escape their fate. He is always in the form of the smiling monk, and depicted as I have describe above. Ti will relinquish your soul from the relentless spin cycle of Hell and rebirth, if you will allow him.

We have the piece above the embodies the soul of Quan, our divine spirit. He will grant you the power of diving wisdom and enlightenment. He will open your mind allowing you to understand the many secrets and meanings encompassed by dark and white magic and spells. He give you divine providence that will allow you to defeat any and all forced of darkness and to vanquish these evil entities to the depths in which they belong. You will gain the abilities held by the Shi-Tien Yen Wang, Lords of the Underworld, being able to render others’ mental processes in any way you choose, and giving you unmatched power if you choose to return to the underworld, as it can be opened up to you, when using this piece. You will also exhibit the power of Ti Tsang Wang, God of Mercy. With his power you will be able to give the gift of spiritual renewal and eternal recompense, giving the blessings of light and all that it encompasses. This piece will work, because we’ve tested it several times. Good luck and good riddance to you on your ventures with this most powerful piece. When he arrived in the Tenth Court, he was relieved to find out that his torment was finally over. The purpose of this court was simply take his turn on the Wheel of Transmogrification, which would circulate his soul, reincarnating it into the body of a infant child, so he could live his life all over again. Quan was excited, thinking to himself that he would take what he had learned from his previous life experience and use it to gain even more wisdom, and sooner or later he would be as wise as the gods themselves. However, the god of the tenth court of Hell had no such plans, forcing Quan to drink the Elixir of Oblivion or return to his Hell for another sentencing. Reluctantly, Quan drank the elixir, which caused him to forget every aspect of everything he knew from his previous life, render him useless and resurfacing his soul as the mind of and infant and not an old soul in a rejuvenated form.

Here was Quan’s second attempt at life. Wouldn’t you know it, Quan must be destine for failure, because this time he was an extremely corrupt ruler under the Jin ruling dynasty of the ancient Chinese civilization. He exploited people for their goods and wealth, which for many people wasn’t much. Many people starved and went without while Quan’s own household flourished. He ruled over his faction with an iron fist, with a set of double standards, sentencing many people to harsh punishment and even death for the very things he was doing. The time was approximately 400AD when his regime of tyrant oppression finally came to and end, when Quan came down with a sickness that enflamed his lungs, ceasing his ability to breath and rendering Quan lifeless.

Here we go again. In the First Court, Quan waited in limbo to be sentenced, finally being relinquished of the magic held over him by the Elixir of Oblivion and feeling twice the regret and remorse, as he hadn’t learned his lesson the first time around. Nevertheless, Quan was sentenced to the third court of Hell this time, where he dwelled among forgers, liars, deceivers, gossips and corrupt government officials. He spent his years sentenced to his Hell in utter, chilled darkness, feeling alone and alienated. Alas, Quan had been hung out to dry at the expense of living his previous life full of grandeur. The total time he spent in the Third Court totaled seventy-three years. Finally, he was relinquished to the Tenth Court, where his soul was recycled in the previous manner.

In this fashion Quan continued to lead horrible, horrible lifestyles, hurting, exploiting, offending, and taking advantage of many, many people. He experienced the second court of Hell next, joining the ranks of incompetent doctors, indolent workers, and dishonest agents. Next was the eighth, which included the souls of those persons who exhibited filial disrespect and those who have abandoned their families. You get the picture, these people weren’t general rank and file citizens. They were filthy, dirty sinners and were being punished appropriately.

After about a dozen or so of these cycles, Quan was once again sentenced to the Fifth Court for raping and murdering a teenaged girl. When he arrived in Hell this time and was able to see how many times he had tried and failed, then tried and failed again, he dropped to his knees and wept for his soul. He had grown tiresome of this eternity and destiny and he was sick to death (literally, I suppose) of doing long, laborious bids in the various sectors of Hell, only for his memory and previous experience to vanquished form his mind, being forced to start over so he could fail again. To Quan, it felt like he was on an endless uphill climb, in search of spiritual righteousness, and the tools that were necessary to succeed were stripped from him before he even had a chance. It was like if you didn’t get it right the first time, you were pretty much screwed.

One night as Quan was weeping and gnashing his teeth in sheer sorrow, he came upon a spirit that was different. The spirit wasn’t a lost, doomed soul such as himself and his damned consorts. This spirit was smiling-- he was a smiling monk. His path was illuminated by an iridescent pearl and he toted a staff that was decorated with rings of metal that jingled like little bells.

“Why are you forlorn, child?” the spirit asked.

“Spirit,” uttered Quant, “Why have you come here smiling? To mock me in my hour of deepest sorrow? Leave me, I deserve not even the slightest consideration.”

“My lost child, collect yourself. Stand tall, for today is the day that you will no longer suffer such tragedy. I hereby relinquish the hold that this place and its gods have on you, that has been putting a damper on your earnest desires to do well and succeed,” replied the spirit.

Quan retorted, “My Lord, what do you speak of? There is no possible way that you can override the commands of the Shi-Tien Yen Wang, the Ten Lords of Death and gods of Hell. This is absurdity! Mock me no longer.”

“My child,” replied the spirit, “Do not be foolish. Get up and Go! Remember to demonstrate, unto others, the same mercy I have bestowed upon you. Now go in peace, you have been set free.”

Quan did as he was told and sure enough he was relinquished from his Hell and his spirit was allowed to be set free and manifested in the piece that you notice above. You see, the spirit that Quan had encountered was actually the God of Mercy, Ti-Tsang Wang. Ti, for short, wanders the darkest caverns of the Courts of Hell in search of lost souls that he can help escape their fate. He is always in the form of the smiling monk, and depicted as I have describe above. Ti will relinquish your soul from the relentless spin cycle of Hell and rebirth, if you will allow him.

We have the piece above the embodies the soul of Quan, our divine spirit. He will grant you the power of diving wisdom and enlightenment. He will open your mind allowing you to understand the many secrets and meanings encompassed by dark and white magic and spells. He give you divine providence that will allow you to defeat any and all forced of darkness and to vanquish these evil entities to the depths in which they belong. You will gain the abilities held by the Shi-Tien Yen Wang, Lords of the Underworld, being able to render others’ mental processes in any way you choose, and giving you unmatched power if you choose to return to the underworld, as it can be opened up to you, when using this piece. You will also exhibit the power of Ti Tsang Wang, God of Mercy. With his power you will be able to give the gift of spiritual renewal and eternal recompense, giving the blessings of light and all that it encompasses. This piece will work, because we’ve tested it several times. Good luck and good riddance to you on your ventures with this most powerful piece.

FOR WHATEVER REASON THIS PIECE CAN ONLY BE USED BY A WOMAN.