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Heaven is a common religious cosmological or metaphysical term for the physical or transcendent place from which heavenly beings (such as God, angels, heavenly saints or ancestors) originate, are enthroned or inhabit. It is commonly believed that heavenly beings can descend to earth or take on earthly flesh and that earthly beings can ascend to Heaven in the afterlife or in exceptional cases enter Heaven alive. Heaven is often described as a "higher place", the holiest place, a Paradise, in contrast to Hell, and universally or conditionally accessible by earthly beings according to various standards of divinity, goodness, piety, faith, or other virtues or right beliefs or simply the Will of God. Some believe in the possibility of a Heaven on Earth in a World to Come.

As of LOTM: Next Gen Island Tour Act 3's ending, all the angels have been kicked out of heaven by Jesse's spell in part of his plan to control the angels and demons.

Sleepy Hollow, the Missing Episodes (Finale)

Sleepy Hollow, the Missing Episodes (Finale)

Sleepy Hollow, the Missing Episodes (Part 3)

Sleepy Hollow, the Missing Episodes (Part 3)

In the Sleepy Hollow, the Missing Episodes, particularly its third episode, Heaven was shown at a diner, the same place where Abbie ended up with Joe and August. By the time Lara came into the past, her spirit wound up there along with the Corbins, her mom, her ancestor, George Washington, Chief Turgado, and Gavin's ancestor Leon. There, seven crystals glow and Team Witness eventually receive the seven, sacred virtues. Later on, Katrina and Benedict wound up there via Jenny's cross as they were being redeemed from Hell's Treachery ring. Henry Parrish also wound up there soon after when he also received the holy might from Jenny's cross, breaking his War avatar and his never-ending vengeance. As the group faced Lucifer, all their fallen friends prayed for their victory and portions of the Almighty resided in them as they sealed Satan back into Hell as He was weakened by their prowess. Lastly, their allies said farewell after they arrived at the cistern and then restored balance to the world when they released their Virtues.

In the crossover Dissidia: Shadowgate, Heaven was portrayed temporarily, when Firion lost against the Behemoth along with his fellow teammates. He was in an endless flower field filled with miles and miles of wild roses in various colors, and later he saw Cosmos. Although she was a fallen manikin (not a goddess!) she wound up there too. She actually gave Firion a choice as to whether he could live and save the world from eternal disaster, or spend eternity there along with his deceased family. After several moments of thinking, he eventually decided to return and fight the Behemoth, as well as finish his mission so that he and his friends can return home. Because of his diligence, Cosmos gave him a second chance of life, and Firion was successful.

In the Сhronicles of the Great New Empire, Giygas want to devour the Seal of the Light of Paradise to get out of his prison and become invincible.

Fun Fact: There is more than one Heaven in the Multi-Universe.



This is for deceased heroes and redeemed villains.

Former residents

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