These are wells without water, clouds carried by a tempest, for whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever (aion).
Once again, we see in verse 17 above, a serious mistranslation error where aion has been mistranslated to mean forever instead of an age.
Unbelievers are in darkness, and there is no life of God abiding in them. All unbelievers, who die before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, will not be resurrected in the First Resurrection to enter God's Millennial Kingdom at Christ's return. However, unbelievers will not remain in darkness forever. In God's Plan of the Ages, they will come to know Jesus Christ and be reconciled to God, through His refining yet merciful Lake of Fire Judgement, in the Great White Throne Judgement Age.
Now let us go on to consider the mistranslation of the Greek word aionios.
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