The abyss is a bleak hell formed only by its occupants and Demon Lords. The uppermost layer is the most misleading, since it appears to be nothing more than a jagged volcanic landscape oozing fire and devoid of life. However, this is merely an illusion created by the Demon Lords for their own amusement. Beneath this fiery surface lies a dark and dismal world full of voids and caves where no light penetrates.
An abyss looks like any other world except that it is all around you and never ends. You will never see the end of it because it has no end.
All that exists in this abyss are demons who worship the Demon Lord Malbolge. Only he can destroy them all. So far, he has kept his promise not to do so, but this could change at any moment. Demons are powerful beings capable of fighting entire armies by themselves. They are also immortal unless killed by certain methods...
...or unless someone saves them. A few demons have found ways to escape the abyss, but none of them has survived long enough to tell anyone how.
There used to be another race called the Infernals that occupied the lower levels of the abyss, but they had a hand in creating it and now they're gone. No one knows what happened to them.
Abyssal plains are broad, flat expanses that often exist between the continental rise and mid-ocean ridges, or ocean trenches, located beneath the ocean's surface. The abyssal plains are coated with sediments and lie fairly deep under the surface. They range in size from small areas within a larger continent to very large regions, such as those found in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
The deepest point on Earth's surface is the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench, at 9 m (30 ft) below sea level. This trench is part of the largest single body of water on Earth, the Pacific Ocean. The other major body of water on Earth is the Mediterranean Sea, which is also partially within Europe and North Africa.
The world's only active lava lake is found in Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano. It covers an area of about 100 acres (40 ha) and reaches a depth of more than 13,000 feet (3,900 m). Its average temperature is 400 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius).
A lunar crater is a bowl-shaped feature in the lunar surface caused by an impact explosion. As air is less dense than most materials on earth, it bubbles out of the impact site before being compressed into its solid state. This causes the cavity that remains when the dust has settled to resemble a void or a pit.
The abyss is described in the Bible as an unfathomably deep or endless expanse. The phrase is derived from the Greek abussos, which means bottomless, incomprehensible, or endless. The Gadarene swine was cast into the abyss by Jesus (Luke 8:31), and the beast from the sea (Revelation 13:1) will rise from the abyss (Revelation 11:7).
The abyss is also called Acheron, a name that comes from the Greek for "deep river." In classical mythology, Acheron is a river in the underworld. It is said to have no ending; instead, it flows continuously into Oceanus, which itself divides into two streams called Enipeus and Phlegethon. These rivers are sometimes called "rivers of fire," because they flow through Acheron's Fields, which are burned at the end of every hundred years.
According to the Book of Revelation, anyone who was thrown into the abyss would be destroyed forever. However, in other places in the Bible, people go to heaven when they die. Which version is correct? Both seem to agree that everyone goes to heaven except for those who commit suicide. This shows that there is some hope for people who throw themselves into the abyss. Also, since the Bible says that God will one day judge the world, we can assume that everyone will be saved at the end of time.
In later intertestamental Jewish literature, the abyss was the underworld, either the home of the dead (sheol) or, finally, the region of the rebellious spirits (Hell). Abaddon is referred to as "the angel of the abyss" in Revelation 9:11. The word "abyss" is also used in the Old Testament to refer to the grave (Psalms 89:47; Ecclesiastes 9:5).
In the New Testament, the abyss is a term used for hell. In Mark 13:27 and Luke 21:26, Jesus says that he will come like a thief in the night to find his followers who are sleeping in the woods. When they don't go to meet him, he says that they won't know the time when he returns.
Revelation 9:1-11 describes a vision John sees in which a great star falls from heaven and lands in the ocean. A flood occurs on earth, and those who live on it are saved from death by being taken into two boats. One boat represents the righteous people of the world, and the other boat represents the unrighteous people of the world. The flood lasts only a month, but during this time the occupants of the two boats have different experiences. Those in the first boat see what looks like the sun and moon, stars, and islands. But those in the second boat suffer from intense heat and darkness.