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Item#: XXXX
Level3
Containment Class:
euclid
Secondary Class:
N/A
Disruption Class:
vlam
Risk Class:
caution

Special Containment Procedures: The land in which the entry point to SCP-XXXX has been purchased by the Foundation and concerted into Provisional Area-23. Explorations into SCP-XXXX are permitted though personnel wishing to do so must undergo training of traversal in anomalously unstable reality, topography and extensive study of the A b r a h m i c1 religions. MTF Ψ-11 "Placeholder" has been commissioned to oversee containment protocols of SCP-XXXX and all research pertaining to it. It is to be noted that no humans under any circumstances come within 1.5 kilometers from SCP-XXXX's entrance for their safety and the well being of staff at Provisional Area-23.

Any communications to civilians by instances of SCP-XXXX-2 are to be intercepted via experimental radiofrequency destabilizers specifically designed to intercept the electromagnetic waves produced by the entities. Note: This has shown to have little to no effect of SCP-XXXX-2's transmissions, therefore, a vacuum seal formed around an outer airlock surrounding the entry point to SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an extra-dimensional location currently believed to be the location of "Heaven" the believed afterlife in the state in which the Roman Catholic religion. The area is described as a massive tropical island with a massive city-like complex with an area of 1,000 kilometers2. This city is surrounded by an impenetrable wall that will instantly vaporize any matter coming into contact with it. X-ray analysis has confirmed there to be a temple-like structure in the center housing SCP-XXXX-1. Several hundred instances of SCP-XXXX-2 are present within the main hall of the structure. These instances constantly are in a position of worship and with there analyzed facial expressions are believed to be in extreme pain but it is unclear as to the reasoning these specific instances exhibit different features or why If they are in such pain they do not vocalize their distress

This location is accessible via a borehole located in northern Israel in which has been classified as a Class-4 "Pharox"2 dimensional gateway. SCP-XXXX is under the control of a complex triple-conscious ontokinetic entity designated SCP-XXXX-1 A-C. SCP-XXXX-1A appears to be an elderly man of middle eastern descent standing approximately 5 kilometers in height. It wears a robe encrusted with the stitching comprised of an unknown translucent material in the pattern of a geometric heart with tears falling from it. SCP-XXXX-1B represents a middle-aged man also of middle eastern descent, standing at 2 meters and dressed in a manner similar to that of carpenters from the ancient city-state of [[COGNITOHAZARD REMOVED]]. Most notably SCP-XXXX-1B posses numerous injuries that would be fatal to a normal human, having noticeably infected punctures on the lower forearm and the upper-right (Anatomically Correct ) portion being severed both bone and flesh. The final component of SCP-XXXX-1 is a typically incorporeal entity capable of assuming any shape it wills, but most commonly appears as tongues of red fire. These entities will be primarily dormant and will only interact with instances of SCP-XXXX-2 unless provoked. SCP-XXXX-2 are translucent semi-incorporeal humanoid figures possessing a bright glow of 500 Candela yet do not radiate any detectable heat. Instances of SCP-XXXX-2 always show identical physical features to that of known deceased humans, often claiming to be them. Whether SCP-XXXX-2 are the spirits of the deceased is unknown and is currently undergoing study.



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