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Mystery Sound or Trumpet Caught Live in Australia

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Awakened by the loudest mystery sound yet and thought to film it. Nobody’s online tweeting about it but it’s here for the record. Not long ago I came across such video online sharing similar stuff across the earth. Sometimes at night, we could also hear some mystery sounds out there out of the blue. If you work nightshifts, we can be in tuned to unfamiliar sounds at night.

Take it as spiritual warning sign, children of Yahweh God!

The Bible speaks about trumpet sounds both the Old and New Testaments. Some cultures the trumpet still a part of their traditional rituals and festival musical instruments but in the Bible, the trumpets specifically provide us with a warning as prophetic symbolism especially in the Second coming of Yeshua the King of kings and Lord of lords. I believe whether that’s a trumpet or not; I’m prompted with the Word of Yahweh written in Matthew 24:31 in two versions below:

And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other*. MATTHEW 24:31 (KJV)

The great trumpet will sound, and he will send out his angels to the four corners of the earth, and they will gather his chosen people from one end of the world to the other. MATTHEW 24:31 (GNT

“The trumpet is a symbol of considerable consequence in the Old and New Testaments. In general, it can signify an alarm of war, a call to assemble, or a command to march (see Numbers 10:1-10). Various end-time prophecies show that a trumpet precedes the Day of the Lord (Joel 2:1; Zechariah 9:14-16), when Yeshua the Messiah returns as King of kings and overthrows the nations of this world, establishing the Kingdom of God on earth.”(1)

There are a hundred of “trumpet sound” in the English Bible versions if you are interested to look them up online: https://www.openbible.info/topics/trumpet_sounded

There are various types of trumpets in the Bible mentioned in the Bible contexts from ancient time. “Shofar” is the common one mentioned made from the horn of the ram and currently used by Jewish rituals or festivals. Trumpets in Hebrew and Greek language: “Hebrew: שׁוֹפָר —transliteration: shofar or shophar; Hebrew: יוֹבֵל —transliteration: yobel; Greek: σάλπιγξ —transliteration: salpigx.” “Trumpets made of rams’ horns are called shofar (shophar) or yobel (Joshua 6:8).”(2)

“shofar” Image by faherneit451 from Pixabay

“The original Hebrew word for ‘trumpet’ is ‘Chatzo’tzerah’ {חצוצרה} . This is a fascinating word because we do not know for sure what its origin is. In fact, this Hebrew word has a four letter root – which is very rare to find in the Hebrew language – H- Z- Z-R. {ח-צ-צ-ר}“With TRUMPETS and the sound of the HORN make a joyful noise before the King, the LORD!” (Psalm 98:6)”(3)



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