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Heaven (afterlife)

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Heaven was a place some humans on Earth believed people went to after they died. The neutron eaters tricked Oliver Harrington into bringing more of them through from their dimension by making him think that angels were souls, returning from Heaven to the mortal world. (AUDIO: Lost Souls) The Aztecs believed that there were thirteen heavens. (TV: The Aztecs)

Iris Wildthyme once spent three weeks in Heaven trying to win back the Ark of the Covenant from the angel Gabriel in a game of gin rummy. (PROSE: The Unhappy Medium)

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Susan Foreman initially feared she and her friends were dead, because the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were so beautiful they must be Heaven. The First Doctor said that they couldn't be in Heaven as he didn't know the way, though he expected to end up there one day after "the Almighty" decided his time was up. (AUDIO: Farewell, Great Macedon)

Polly Wright, upon her first glimpse of Harmony, declared that it looked like Heaven. (PROSE: Planet of Bones)

Kurkutji told Tegan Jovanka that he and everybody on Monarch's ship were all going to Heaven. (TV: Four to Doomsday)

The people of Eugene's World hailed the Sixth Doctor and Frobisher as messengers from Heaven. Frobisher later claimed that there was no such place as Heaven. (AUDIO: The Holy Terror)

The Dalek Emperor, after having the Dalek Fleet bombard Earth, claim to have created Heaven on Earth. (TV: The Parting of the Ways)

A foreman's wife likened the Empire State Building to a spire reaching into Heaven. (TV: Daleks in Manhattan)

The Twelfth Doctor claimed not to be scared of Hell as he believed it was "just Heaven for bad people". (TV: Heaven Sent)

Matteusz Andrzejewski assumed that the author of the character Susan Pevensie really disliked Susan because the reason she did not go to Heaven was that she didn't wear make-up. (TV: Detained)

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