Hell's Gate is a fiction based on the author's thought line on what Hell's Gate, the entrance to Hell Fire would look like. In the author's eyes, the devil eclipses and predominates man's heart with diabolic terrible evils which manifest either in sane minds, ambitious avarice drowsiness of lust and power or a kind of wickedness for thing. In his admirably balanced mind, the author recounts his journey to heaven where he was shown the beauty of eternity, its peace and perfection beyond human imagination. He saw the Supersensible, Father Abraham, Moses and some Saints. He reiterates how the Angel of the Almighty God was asked to show him some places in heaven. Then, from afar he saw the mystery of eternal damnation which was through Hell's Gate. The author was asked to come back to the earth and complete his task of spreading the good news before going back to heaven. Having flown from heaven back to earth, he tried to tell the story about heaven and Hell's Gate but the people were t serious in the ways they received the message. Some of them called him the 'flying man from heaven' while others simply said he was the 'spider man from heaven.' Eventually, there was rapture and the author got caught up into heaven leaving a congregation of worshippers in a free for all fight.