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Priest who ‘died and visited hell’ says he saw demons singing Rihanna

Joe Harker

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Priest who ‘died and visited hell’ says he saw demons singing Rihanna

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A priest who claims his spirit briefly visited hell itself after suffering from a heart attack said when he was down there he witnessed demons using Rihanna's music to torment souls.

In 2016 a Michigan priest suffered a heart attack and says he died temporarily, during which time his spirit went into the centre of the Earth and gave him a glimpse of hell.

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There are many who have died and said they caught a glimpse of what awaits them on the other side, with many of them saying they saw a bright light and a feeling of 'profound, unconditional love'.

Those who have these near-death experiences and believe they saw the afterlife in all its glory often return to the land of the living with a completely different perspective.

They say coming so close to death brought their life into sharp focus, but one man who believes he saw the other side claims he instead got a glimpse of hell and witnessed demons tormenting people with music.

Gerald Johnson says he saw hell itself when he suffered a heart attack in 2016. Credit: TikTok/@geraldajohnson1
Gerald Johnson says he saw hell itself when he suffered a heart attack in 2016. Credit: TikTok/@geraldajohnson1
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Taking to TikTok, Gerald Johnson explained that after seeing hell itself he 'wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy', and described exactly what he witnessed down there.

He said: "My spirit left my physical body and I thought that I was going upwards, because I thought I had done so much good in this lifetime and helped so many people and basically made decisions that were godly decisions.

"As opposed to going up I went down. There was a section in hell where music was playing and it was the same music that you hear on the Earth, but as opposed to entertainers singing it, demons were singing it.

"It was some of the same lyrics that we hear here, I knew that on Earth a lot of the lyrics and the music and the songs are inspired by demons.

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"Every lyric to every song is there to torment you as to the fact you didn’t worship god through music while you were on the Earth."

Hell is a place where the souls of the wicked are tormented for their sins, but at least it has a pretty decent playlist. Credit: Peter Horree / Alamy Stock Photo
Hell is a place where the souls of the wicked are tormented for their sins, but at least it has a pretty decent playlist. Credit: Peter Horree / Alamy Stock Photo

Among the songs he says he heard demons singing as a means of tormenting people was 'Umbrella' by Rihanna, while the denizens of hell also had 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' by Bobby McFerrin in their repertoire.

For those who reckon Rihanna's music is so good it would make hell worth it for the playlist alone, she's been confirmed as the headline act for the halftime show at this year's Super Bowl.

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Last year she released her first song in six years, 'Lift Me Up', which was created for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, so at the very least the demons down in hell will be able to mix it up a little bit more and switch to some fresh material.

Topics: News, Rihanna, Music, US News

Joe Harker
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