And, reading, noticing that while Heaven, frequently, is referred to as being "one with the infinite", Hell, on the other hand, is quite the opposite. Generally I'm talking a more well thought out version of Hell than most Christians suggest when they talk about meeting Jesus on a Golf course.

Hell is concerned with reason and measurement. The Devil is in the details, as they say...

Wherever you go Hell always seems to be a slightly worse version of earth. There's money - for the ferryman, Hell Money for the ancestors, there's The Weighing of Souls and the bookkeepers and accountants and the trivial reasoning of minute details that always seem to accompany science and measurement. The idea of limiting - namely God, Spirit, denying that portion of your infinite growth, that you've somehow measured yourself, and in measuring restricted and bound yourself to earthly things, therefore your hell will be an extended, rational measuring of your soul...

There is also the OCD aspects of Vampires and Witches; Scatter the millet or mustard seeds and they will have to stop and count them, giving you time to escape, or the cock to crow - this is curious as well - measurement, counting...

Heaven, then, seems to argue for an emotional and intuitive understanding of the world, whereas Hell a rational and measured one...