I'm not going to respond to what you put after you started talking about heaven and hell as I do not really care about any of that but this:
I don't call it anything. I just know it's the highest conscious being (we might just be the lowest conscious beings or at least one of the few) that has always existed in the form of nothing (which was actually something) at first and will go back to its first state again to restart everything again, but perhaps to create something very different than this Universe. It was aware of itself just like us since we are part of it as well. It knew everything about itself of course but we never know who we are until we create and experience what we are not. So it had to create that, it was not, simply to experience its own self. Anyway, I wouldn’t call it or limit it to ‘logic’ only. It’s an idea, a mind, a thought that consists of all probabilities and possibilities. In other words, it's creative by its nature.
Funnily enough is a rather similar line of thought to the one that I take. Although it seems like you are interpreting and mixing in concepts with it that I would not, specifically that pertaining to conciousness and being self-aware.
This part though particularly:
It’s a thought that consists of all probabilities and possibilities
I concur on.
I guess I will go further into my thought, up to now I have only stated things that are logically obvious, this then is open to scrutiny.
Given that all actualities result from a deterministic logic, surely it follows that all possible outcomes are determined to exist. This is really how I view the entire of existence, simply as an 'image' reflecting every single possible outcome*. It exists because it has to exist, because it's possible for it to exist from a logical consistent base (however that's managed to be achieved) and as such determinism actualizes these possibilities. I go further to say that these possibilities are always possible and as such they are always existing timelessly, everything possible is always in existence. Our conciousness forces us to only perceive individual moments, the moment at which that conscious state is residing but in reality what we consider the past and what we consider the future has already been determined and as such is always existing.
*The many-worlds theory is now a very common interpretation of what we observe in quantum mechanics, so much so that it's practically assumed in a lot of scientific circles. The many-worlds theory states that every possible quantum outcome branches off to into a different universe so in fact not just one possible outcome occurs but every possible outcome occurs, just in a separate universe. This in my view is a perfect explanation, and it's remarkable to think that we have been able to actually observe the mechanism in place that existence is using to destine every possibility.