In the Alpha of Metachemistry, Hell is in the Devil as, in positive terms (free soma), Love in Beauty, or Hell the Clear Spirit in Devil the Mother and, in negative terms (bound psyche), Hate in Ugliness, or the Clear Soul of Hell in the Daughter of the Devil, with a 3:1 ratio favouing the positive factor.
In the Omega of Metaphysics, by contrast, God is in Heaven as, in positive terms (free psyche), Truth in Joy, or God the Father in Heaven the Holy Soul and, in negative terms (bound soma), Illusion in Woe, or the Son of God in the Holy Spirit of Heaven, with a 3:1 ratio favouring the positive factor.
Therefore Metachemistry and Metaphysics, the alpha and omega of the noumenal planes of space and time, are as antithetical as it is possible for any two absolutes to be, Hell being in the Devil, whether as Love in Beauty (positive) or as Hate in Ugliness (negative), no less than God being in Heaven, whether as Truth in Joy (positive) or as Illusion in Woe (negative), Hell being no less the inside of the Devil than God the outside of Heaven.
Paradoxically, one conceives of Hell through the Devil, whether as Love through Beauty or as Hate through Ugliness, but perceives Heaven through God, whether as Joy through Truth or as Woe through Illusion. Nevertheless, Metachemistry is more about the Devil than Hell, Metaphysics, by contrast, more about Heaven than God.
In that respect, Hell is no less a kind of ‘quantitative’ detraction from the Beautiful Appearance of the Devil (through free will) than God is a kind of ‘qualitative’ detraction from the Joyful Essence of Heaven (through free soul), to take the respective majority ratio factors corresponding, in their positivities, to free soma in the metachemical context and to free psyche in the metaphysical one.
Man’s tendency to personify Heaven through a personal God, or the concept of ‘God as Person’, bespeaks an egotistical shortfall from an accommodation with soul that always leaves religion exposed to idolatrous abuse, as and when the concept of God takes precedence, through the Person, say, of Christ, over Heaven. Moreover the crucified Christ is arguably a poor reflection of Heaven, serving merely to illustrate Woe through Illusion.
For Joy through Truth, on the other hand, one must go beyond (transcend) the Crucifixion paradigm of metaphysical bound soma – something Christianity has been reluctant to do in view of its extrapolative dependence upon the Judaic anchor, so to speak, of the Metachemical Creator, wherein Devil the Mother hyped as God the Father precludes all but the negative side of metaphysics (as a kind of straining on the resurrectional leash towards what is metaphysically antithetical to the Creator) by dint of its own Creatoresque association with the Beauty of Metachemical free will and, through that, the Love of Metachemical free spirit which is the Hell that resides within the Devil (Devil the Mother).