What is a bottomless pit?
It's like a pit that is never ending.
when smoothing gravity is bent into a circlet's when an object is drop inside, it will keep falling in a circle where there isn't an ending.
The 'bottomless pit' is at the centre of the earth: at that point everything is 'up' and there is no 'down'.
The Bottomless Pit in the Bible is symbolic of the bottomless depths of evil.
In the "Literal" Bible in Revelation 9:1 - A "star" falls out of the sky to earth, and is given a key. (Stars are symbolic of "angels" Rev.1:20)
"And was given to it the key to the pit of the pit." (Rev.9:1 LIT)
The first "pit" inspired has an "uncertain derivation." Perhaps an "abyss (as a prison)."
The second "pit" means "toothless"
This "angel" with the key to the "bottomless pit" wields the power to open it. It happens at the time of the sounding of the "fifth" trumpet of Revelation's seventh seal.
These seven trumpets blow during the Great Tribulation, apparently at the behest of the Two Witnesses, who, like Moses and Aaron, will have the power to answer the miracles and wonders of Apples magicians with plagues and miracles of their own for the entire 3 1/2 years of the Tribulation (Rev.11).
Satan will open his whole bag of tricks and miracles and wonders and release them from his bottomless pit of evil during this time as the world will be poised for World War III.
actually not abyssinian at all but ancient greek via medieval latin ---- Abyss comes originally from two Greek words a meaning not and bussos meaning bottom. An abyss is originally a bottomless pit: specifically it is the bottomless pit of Chaos, which is where the Greek scriptures taught that the world began.
A2. A Black Hole might be considered a bottomless pit, but we don't have one handy. But the concept is good. no there cant be a bottomless pit on earth Because imagine the earth as a diagram and it was cut so you could see inside of it right, so then picture a little tunnel going through it you would be burnt up by all the gases and heat.But it might be possible on another…
The abyss has no "bottom". It's called the "bottomless pit". The Abyss does have a bottom otherwise the world would turn inside out Not necessarily - otherwise the same would apply to a black hole. A black hole is a vacuum within a depleted star which has no "end" either - or in other words "bottomless".
First of all, one has to understand that there are 3 greek words that are translated "hell" in the New Testament in the King James Bible which I firmly believe is the most accurate bible version. The 10 times that Hades is translated "hell", it refers to a place where an unsaved, Christ rejector goes immediately upon dying, it is a place of torment deep in the earth, and the 12 times that the Greek…
Some people un-familiar with caves or possibly a person advertising a cave will claim a pit is "bottomless." Usually you can't see the bottom of these pits, so their story is convincing. Also, they may throw a rock into the pit, it lands in soft dirt and doesn't make a sound, so some gullible people will believe them. The answer to the question is that most of these pits are not even a 30 meters…
What are some opinions about the difference between the four living beasts and the beast in bottomless pit?
Don't get them confused because they are not the same. ( The word translated as 'beasts' in the King James should actually be ' creatures' instead: see other translations] The bottomless pit is the abyss [' abusso' ]:- . Revelation 9 1 And the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star fall from heaven unto the earth: and to him was given the key of the bottomless pit. 2 And he opened the bottomless…
The Bible says that Satan will be cast into a Bottomless Pit for a thousand years. Revelation 20:1-3. At the time of the final Judgment, he will be cast into the Lake of Fire and Brimstone for ever. Revelation 20:10. Nothing, beyond the description of the temporary place of Satan's confinement as bottomless, speaks of the depth of Hell, but the description more tells of its eternal nature and its torment.
It's Tartarus, the deepest most horrible pit in the world. It has a Cave leading into an endlessly dark cavern, getting darker and darker until you are at the edge of a bottomless pit. You can't see were the cliff cuts off and were it steepens down into the abyss, but can tell the void is there, like the grand canyon at night.