David Jay Jordan's
The Shofar is the 'Trumpet of Destruction'
In Revelations 8:6 it says 'And the seven angels which had the seven trumpets prepared themselves to sound.' So do you
picture seven powerful angels with trumpets like you see in modern day orchestra's OR do you see the "Shofar", the Jewish
trumpet that was made from a ram's horn.
Well most likely you see a modern day trumpet, because maybe you would think it would make a clearer or a louder sound.
But wait a minute, the 'Shofar' is a perfect 'phi or goldensectioned spiral' (See Golden Section Class ). It is the same as the
perfect sea shell shape called the Nautilus, with every 90 degrees making it l.618 times as wide as the previous radius. And
because this perfect spiralling is the pathway the Lord used in creating all things, doesn't it make sense that he would use the
Shofar to announce what will be happenning to His Creation through the trumpets sounding.
And besides, this phi expansion has power because it multiplies, which means with every
90 degree rotation there is an exploding perfect expansion as the phi spiral of sounds explode outward and muliplies
according to this perfect ratio. Phi is a multiplication that perfectly retains the original seed or sound or WORD.and stays
perfectly aligned and balanced. So no wonder the Lord will be using His Design Template thorugh His Ram's Horn called a
SHOFAR. For this perfectly harmonic sound even in judgment must be related to the key of David. For he was musical and
the Lord played his song, and he will be leading us in the End-time as well as our High priest. So PHI is related to the
End-time and to our bodies and to the trumpets of destruction and Power,
So no wonder, the ram's horn as used by Moses and his Encampment shall surely be used again in our Encampment and
used in the heavenlies by the 7 angels to bring down his judgments to Earth and his Earthly stars home at the 7th Trump.
For confirmation just look what 7 Shofars did for Joshua at the Battle of Jericho .....
Joshua 6:4 And seven priests shall bear before the ark seven trumpets of rams' horns: and the seventh day ye shall compass
the city seven times, and the priests shall blow with the trumpets.
Jos 6:5 And it shall come to pass, that when they make a long blast with the ram's horn, [and] when ye hear the sound of
the trumpet, all the people shall shout with a great shout; and the wall of the city shall fall down flat.
Amazing in my opinion and an amazing End-Time in my opinion
PS) And when you consider the Chord of Triumph, surely with our voices the Shofar has power
PPS) The Ram's horn was blown when the Encampment of the Lord was to move and for assemblies, and as mentioned it
appears for the announcements of the judgments of God. It is used in jewish holidays...their Rosh hannah (or day of
remembrance) also called Yom Teruah (the day of the sounding of the shofar). The holiday is instituted in Leviticus 23:24-25.
The shofar is a ram's horn which is blown somewhat like a trumpet. One of the most important observances of this holiday
is hearing the sounding of the shofar in the synagogue. A total of 100 notes are sounded each day. There are four different
types of shofar notes: tekiah, a 3 second sustained note; shevarim, three 1-second notes rising in tone, teruah, a series of
short, staccato notes extending over a period of about 3 seconds; and tekiah gedolah (literally, "big tekiah"), the final blast in a
set, which lasts 10 seconds minimum. Click the shofar above to hear an approximation of the sound of Tekiah
Shevarim-Teruah Tekiah. The Bible gives no specific reason for this practice. One that has been suggested is that the shofar's
sound is a call to repentance.
(from Rosh Hannah website)
July 13, 2001