A man who claims he went to hell in 2016 has explained in a new TikTok to his followers exactly what it was like.
At the start of the five-minute video, Gerald explained how he 'wouldn't wish it [hell] on my worst enemy.'
He explained that he thought he was having a heart attack, saying that his spirit went down into the centre of the Earth - where he and Jesus said hell is.
Gerald then explained some of the things he apparently saw in hell.
He said: "One of the things I saw that just blew me away was a man on all fours like a dog, he was burnt from the crown of his head to the souls of his feet.
"He had a chain around his neck, it was a demon holding the chain.
"I knew that this demon was sent in this man’s life to ride him from his childhood to the time that he died."
Gerald then spoke on music being in hell, but it is not enjoyed by millions like it is here on Earth.
He said: "There’s a section in hell where music was playing and it was the same music that we hear on the earth but as opposed to entertainers singing it, demons were singing it.
He explained how songs such as 'Don't Worry Be Happy' by Bobby McFerrin would help you get over a breakup for example, but the lyrics in hell are intended for a very different purpose.
He said: "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."
In the TikTok that has close to three million views, Gerald concludes by explaining how he got out of hell and back onto Earth.
"I lifted up out of hell and I came back on the Earth and god began to speak to me – I actually saw the real Jesus," he said.
"He began to speak to me, and he said ‘you have been secretly upset with the people that hurt you, you have been hoping that I would punish the people who have hurt you’
"‘These are not your people these are my people, I only want you to focus on the assignment that I am giving you’
"Although I did good, the thing that I had in my heart was unforgiveness to people who have done me wrong.
"Because a person who cannot forgive is a person who has forgotten how much they have been forgiven of."
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