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The Electric Blue Flame is inspired by images taken in the Ijen Volcano of East Java.
There is a body of water in the crater called the Lake of Fire where sulfur burns continuously on the surrounding shore.
When sulfur burns it produces an electric blue flame best seen at night where it puts on a haunting display.
Heavier than air sulfurous gasses flow through depressions in flaming rivers of blue fire.
Look at the modeling images on the left and imagine the hot sulfurous smells inside the crater.
Now consider the effect these places had on people 3,000 years ago.
Egypt and Israel lie within the Great Rift where volcanic activity is common.
A Lake of Fire appears in ancient Egyptian and Christian texts as an afterlife destination for the wicked.
Egyptian coffin hieroglyphs of flame-red water lines surrounded by fire symbols describe an underworld of fiery lakes and rivers.
The Book of Revelation written in the first century AD has five verses that mention a "Lake of Fire."