I don't think the people in hell/hades will know one way or another, for all that there will be is darkness, burning heat, and weeping and gnashing of teeth.Judas goats are trained for use in slaughterhouses and herd control. In
stockyards, they lead sheep to slaughter; and are also used to lead other animals
to specific pens and on to trucks. The term is a reference to the biblical traitor
The phrase has also been used to describe goats utilized to locate feral goats
targeted for eradication. They're usually outfitted with a transmitter, painted in red
and then released. The goats then locate the remaining herds of feral goats,
allowing hunters with tracking devices to find and exterminate them. The red paint
marks the goat with the transmitter so the hunters know which one not to shoot.
You know what can be even worse than going to hell? Your own children following
you there: and they trusted you.
Here's a sort of cute story I heard once. I don't know if it's true but I guess it's
A farmer went out to the barn in the dead of night after a snowfall to sneak a pull
from his liquor bottle. Just as he got to the barn door he heard something behind
him. Turning, the farmer recognized his little boy coming towards him. In
amazement he asked the little guy how he ever managed to find his way out to the
barn in the dark. His son replied: It was easy; I walked in your footprints.
One can only imagine the anguish that parents in the netherworld must feel
knowing that they inadvertently raised their children in an ideology that led them
down the road to hell and all the while sincerely believing themselves doing the
right thing. In other words: they actually Judas-goated their children to follow mom
and dad down there. For some families, the only thing they have to look forward to
in the afterlife is a sad reunion in fire and despair.
UPDATE: 30 days have elapsed since my first comment. If the figures in post No.5
are in the ball park, then something like 1,863,720 new arrivals have checked into
the fiery sector of Hades since Oct 08, 2020.