I would assume so. Even if it is a coincidence, the mnemonic will still work.
That is an awkward, ungrammatical way of saying that idea. One may "belong to" something, but not to an abstract location like "here" or "there".
[Some noun] can belong to a stated location; such as "to" the company, "to" the Church, "to" the house, but it will always "belong here".
Grammatically it would be logical for there to be a preposition, but Standard English just does not use "to" in this phrase when using an abstract as the location and I cannot tell you why.