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The Eighteen layers of Chinese Hell [Copy link] 中文

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Diyu, the Traditional Chinese Hell, based on Buddhism concept of Naraka, is an underground maze with various levels and chambers, to which souls are taken after death to atone for the sins they committed when they were alive.

Some Chinese legends speak of eighteen levels of Hell.

The East Hell

Chamber of Tongue Ripping
In the first layer, those who stir up troubles by gossiping will find their tongues being ripped out.
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Chamber of Scissors
Second layer. Those who break the marriage of others will have their fingers cut off.
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Chamber of Iron Cycads
Those who cause discords among family members of others will be hung on Iron trees.
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Chamber of Mirror
To those who managed to escape the punishment for their crimes during earthly life will be shown their true shape.
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Chamber of Steamer
Hypocrites and troublemakers will find their punishment in a steamer.
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Forest of Copper Column
Arsonists for retaliation will be bound to columns of glowing copper.
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Mountain of Knifes
Those who kill sentient beings with knife without a reason or for pleasure will find themselves climbing a hill of knifes. Sinners are made to shed blood by climbing a mountain with sharp blades sticking out.
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