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The Meaning of IUM TaRUOE (Day of Trumpets) in Ancient Hebrew - "Day of Blasting Noise"

The "Day of Trumpets" should actually be called the "Day of Blasting Noise". This is because in Ancient Hebrew the phrase for the "Day of Trumpets" is "IUM [yoom] (day) TaRUOE [tarooh-oh-eh]" and TaRUOE means: the "first sign to secure, watch and lookout", ie an initial indication or alarm that was given to groups of people to secure, watch over and look-out for their family and property—in the case of an emergency, war, or a set-apart time of rejoicing. In ancient times the alarm was made by blasting a trumpet and/or a human voice. The English word "TRUmpet" comes from the Ancient Hebrew word TaRUOE. In the Book of Revelation the alarm might also be made using thunder, earthquakes, and great icy and fiery hail. The main reason why we celebrate the Day of Blasting Noise is to envision the FUTURE event when we (prayerfully) will obtain new bodies as we shout IEUE's Name, and when IEUE's period of final noisy warning of the inhabitants of the Earth will commence.

The Day of Blasting Noise

We are commanded to blast on the first day of the seventh month of the year:

CLV UIQaRA Lev 23:24 Speak to the sons of Israel, saying, In the seventh month on day one of the month there shall be a cessation for you with a memorial trumpet blasting, a holy meeting.

CLV BaMaDaBaR Num 29:1 In the seventh month, on day one of the month you shall come to have a holy meeting when you shall do no occupational work at all; a day of trumpet blast shall you come to have.

Trumpets Not Specified, but Were Usually Used to Blast

These verses (above) do not contain the word "trumpet" (the instrument) in Hebrew. However we know from many events in scripTURE that the ancient Hebrews used trumpets/bugles/horns which they called CHaTSUTSaRaT [chatsootsah-rat] (Strongs #2689: AHLB#: 3018) (where the English onomatopoeia "toot" comes from) or SHaPURs (shofars, trumpets made from a rams' horns) to make blasting noises for battle starts, times of rejoicing, appointed times, month starts, emergencies (Numbers 10:9—10), the arrival of royalty and calls to action—this why most bible versions have inserted the word "trumpet".

English Word "TRUmpet" from Ancient Hebrew TaRUOE (Teruah)

The three first letters of both the English word "TRUmpet" and the Ancient Hebrew word "TRUOE" (core letters, but said as TaRUOE) are the same. This is NOT a coincidence. The English word "trumpet" has evolved directly from the Ancient Hebrew word TaRUOE. In fact, over 70% of English words have Hebrew roots. This is because the English alphabet and language has been primarily shaped by seven sets of Hebrew peoples who migrated to the British Isles...Continue

Ancient Hebrew "TaRUOE" Means "Blast"

The Ancient Hebrew word for blasting/blast in the previious two verses is "TaRUOE" (pronounced as [tarooh-oh-eh]). This word has five letters. The lower case "a" in TaRUOE is just a default vowel for connecting two consonants, and is not based on Massoritic vowel points.

The five Ancient Hebrew letters are:

T = TA (Modern Jewish Hebrew [MJH] tav) = two crossed sticks. In this word this letter most likely means sign.

R = RaSH (MJH resh) = man's head. In this word this letter most likely means first.

U = UU (MJH vav) = tent peg. In this word this letter most likely means secure.

O = ON (MJH ayin) = eye. In this word this letter most likely means watch.

E = EA (MJH heh) = man with arms raised. In this word this letter most likely means look.

Overall we get "Sign (that is) first (for) securing, watching and looking", or "the first sign to secure, watch and lookout".

In other words an initial indication or alarm that was given to groups of people to secure, watch over and look-out for their family and property—in the case of an emergency, war, or a set-apart time of rejoicing (usually because of the victory over an enemy).

Concordance and Lexicon Definitions of TaRUOE

Strong's Concordance and Benner's Ancient Hebrew Lexicon say that TaRUOE means an alarm, loud noise, shout, a cry—this aligns with the Ancient Hebrew pictographic analysis of each of the letters of the word that has just been done.

Strong's definition of "TaRUOE (Modern Jewish Hebrew teruah)" (H8643)
From H7321; clamor, that is, acclamation of joy or a battle cry; especially clangor of trumpets, as an alarum: - alarm, blow (-ing) (of, the) (trumpets), joy, jubile, loud noise, rejoicing, shout (-ing), (high, joyful) sound (-ing).

Strong's definition of "RUO (MJH rua)" (H7321)
A primitive root; to mar (especially by breaking); figuratively to split the ears (with sound), that is, shout (for alarm or joy): - blow an alarm, cry (alarm, aloud, out), destroy, make a joyful noise, smart, shout (for joy), sound an alarm, triumph.

Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible Definition of TaRUOE (AHLB#:1460-J (i1))
Shout: A great shout of alarm, war or rejoicing. [freq. 36] |kjv: shout, shouting, alarm, sound, blowing, joy| {str: 8643}

Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible Definition of RUO (AHLB#:1460-J (V))
Shout: To shout an alarm, war or great rejoicing. [freq. 46] (vf: Niphal, Hiphil) |kjv: shout, noise, alarm, cry, triumph, smart| {str: 7321}

People Can TaRUOE (Blast) Too

The word TaRUOE is not just used for the blast of a trumpet; it can be used for describing the shout of a person.

For example:

1) When the ISHaRaALites encircled IRICHU (Jericho). They were commanded to not just blow their SHaPURs but also shout (TaRUOE) with their voices. "Teruah literally means to make a loud noise. This word can describe the noise made by a trumpet but it also describes the noise made by a large gathering of people shouting in unison (Num 10:5–6)." Emphasis added by me

and it has been,
in the prolongation of the horn of the jubilee,
in your hearing the voice of the trumpet,
all the people shout--a great shout [TaRUOE],
and the wall of the city has fallen under it,
and the people have gone up, each over-against him.'

CLV IEUSHUO Jos 6:20 And the people shout, AND blow with the trumpets, and it comes to pass when the people hear the voice of the trumpet, that the people shout--a great shout [TaRUOE], and the wall falls under it, and the people goes up into the city, each over-against him, and they capture the city;

2) When the ISHaRaALites took the Ark of the Covenant from the Philistine camp back to the Hebrew camp. It doesn't say exactly what ISHaRaAL shouted with, but it does say "ISHaRaAL shouted". ISHaRaAL are people.

TS98 1 SHaMUAL 1Sa 4:5—6 5 And when the ark of the covenant of יהוה came into the camp, all ISHaRaAL shouted [TaRUOE] so loudly that the earth shook. 6 And when the Philistines heard the noise of the shout [TaRUOE], they said, “What is the noise of this great shout [TaRUOE] in the camp of the Heḇrews?” And when they knew that the ark of יהוה had come into the camp,

3) When the ISHaRaALites carried the Ark into the city of IRUSHaLIM. Both humans shouted [TaRUOE] with their voices AND the ram's horn was "sounded".

The word for "sounded" used is QUL ("qool"), which means "voice" (not blast), and comes from the letters "QaP-UU-LaM" which mean "authoritative securing at the horizon", in other words the call of the shepherd to the sheep at sunset, which by extension means "call". (Note the similarity in the English word "call" and the Ancient Hebrew word "QUL"! This is not a co-incidence, please see English Alphabet Shaped by Hebrews Only for the explanation why, and many more words that are the same (or very similar) in English as Ancient Hebrew).

Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible Definition of QUL (AHLB#: 1426-J (N)): Voice: The call of the shepherd to the sheep who knew him by sound. When it came time to move he would call them and they would quickly gather to him, the sound of the shepherd, musical instrument, the wind, thunder, etc.

TS98 2 SHaMUAL 2Sa 6:15 Thus DUID (David) and all the house of ISHaRaAL brought up the ark of יהוה with shouting [TaRUOE] AND with the sound [QUL] of the ram’s horn.

4) When the altar was rebuilt in IRUSHaLIM. The people of ISHaRaAL praised IEUE as they shouted [TaRUOE].

TS98 OZaRA Ezr 3:11 And they responded by praising and giving thanks to יהוה, “For He is good, for His kindness towards ISHaRaAL is forever.” And all the people shouted with a great shout [TaRUOE], when they praised יהוה, because the foundation of the House of יהוה was laid.

5) IUB (Job's) friend BaLaDaD (Bildad) told him that lips can blast [TaRUOE].

YLT AIUB Job 8:21 While he filleth with laughter thy mouth, And thy lips with shouting [TaRUOE],

There are more references to humans "blasting" in TEILIM Psa; 27:6, 33:3, and 89:15.

More than Just a Rest Day with "Blasting Noise"

The Old(er) Testament is fairly quiet about this IUM (day). It basically tells us to rest, meet, TaRUOE (blast noise) and hear IEUE's TURE (Torah) (Neh 8:1—12).

However the New(er) Testament helps show us a bit more what this day is about. IUM TaRUOE is not so much a day of remembering the past: this is probably why the TURE is fairly quiet on the matter. The Autumnal feasts are currently types of FUTURE events, and so this means IUM TaRUOE's meaning is futuristic, because IUM TaRUOE is an autumnal harvest High SHaBaT.

One IUM TaRUOE in the future, towards the end of the Great (3.5 year) Tribulation, the Son of ADaM (IEUESHUO), at the great SOUND of a TRUMPET, will raise His dead elite (AWAKEN them [like with a HUGE ALARM CLOCK!]), transform their bodies into new immortal ones and gather them into the sky—and then transform and gather his living elite into the sky:

MaTaTIEU Mat 24:31 “And He shall send His messengers with a great SOUND of a TRUMPET, and they shall gather together His chosen ones from the four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other.

1 Corinthians 15:52 in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last TRUMPET. For the TRUMPET shall SOUND, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.

TS98 AH 1 Thessalonians 4:16—17
16 Because the Master Himself shall come down from heaven with a SHOUT, with the VOICE of a chief messenger, and with the TRUMPET of ALEIM, and the dead in MaSHICH shall rise first.
17 Then we, the living who are left over, shall be caught away together with them in the clouds to meet the Master in the air – and so we shall always be with the Master.

This day of the "rapture" will be both a day of great rejoicing for those who were deemed worthy to meet Him in the air, AND the start of the beginning of a huge emergency for those left behind!

The worldwide government will have been fully declared by the Anti-MaSHICH by this time, along with lightnings, voices, thunders, an earthquake and great hail occurring on a global scale.

This last day of trumpet blasting (the seventh "trumpet"), and the six preceding "trumpet blasts" may come in the form of thunder, earthquakes, great icy and fiery hail, or other large-scale natural events that produce blasting noise.

After this the worst of IEUE's judgment on this unbelieving generation will be unleashed through the vials/bowls. These events (wicked sores, blood sea, blood rivers, burning sun, darkness, the Euphrates dried up) will be IEUE's FINAL WARNING until the Battle of IRUSHaLIM on the Day of Atonement (IUM CHaPaRIM), when SHaTHaN will be bound, and the 1000 year reign will commence.

IUM TaRUOE is a day for being in an AWAKENED STATE. First to the idea of getting the chance to be given a new body, and gathered in the sky to meet IEUESHUO. Second to our own sin that needs changing in order to make us as ready as possible to be raptured.

"It [IUM TaRUOE] is a very solemn time, just preceding the holiest day of all—the Day of Atonement ("Yom Kippur"). On Yom Kippur God's judgment is feared. The ten days from Rosh ha-Shana [on the same day as IUM TaRUOE] through Yom Kippur are called the "Days of Awe," when one considers his/her sins before God, and enters into a period of repentance; of asking for forgiveness from God and those one has harmed; and of resititution...a time of repentance, asking for forgiveness and of restitution certainly would not be out of place [for this feast], especially as we await the last trump and the coming of the King of Kings." (Pearls of Great Price 16 Month Biblical/Jewish Calendar, September 2007—December 2008, by The Galilee Experience)

Shouting IEUE's Name on the IUM TaRUOE

In UIQaRA Lev 23:24, IUM TaRUOE is also referred to as "ZaKaRUN TaRUOE". The word "ZaKaRUN" is sometimes translated as “memorial” but this Hebrew word also has the meaning of “mentioning” often in reference to speaking the name of IEUE (eg. Exo 3:15; Isa 12:4 & 26:13; Psa 45:18). The day of ZaKaRUN TaRUOE, the “Mentioning Shout”, may refer to a day of gathering in public prayer in which the crowd of the faithful shouts the name of IEUE in unison.

Could it be that the only ones raptured will be those shouting the (correct) Name of the Creator on some future Day of Blasting Noise?!

This aligns with the traditional IEUDic (Jewish) blessing of "MAY YOU BE INSCRIBED and SEALED FOR A GOOD YEAR".

Only those correctly sealed using the proper Name of ALEIM, which is most likely IEUE, will know what Name to shout on IUM TaRUOE. These people have had the Name of IEUE and his son IEUESHUO ("IEUE Saves" - IEUE is embedded into the Name IEUESHUO) on their foreheads (via immersion). When we are immersed we should personally call on IEUESHUO's Name:

TS98 IEUAL Joe 2:32 “And it shall be that everyone who calls [and shouts?!] on the Name of יהוה shall be delivered. For on Mount TSIUN and in IRUSHaLIM there shall be an escape as יהוה has said, and among the survivors whom יהוה calls.

See "The Name IEUE-SHUO is the Seal" for more about the importance of being sealed.

In Conclusion

The "Day of Trumpets" should actually be called the "Day of Blasting Noise". Ancient Hebrew "TaRUOE" Means "Blast". People Can TaRUOE (Blast) as well as trumpets.

The main reason why we celebrate the Day of Blasting Noise is to envision the FUTURE event when we (prayerfully) will obtain new bodies in the sky as we possibly shout IEUE's Name, and when IEUE's period of final blasting to warn of the inhabitants of the Earth will commence.

May we be sealed FOREVER (not just for the year!) in the only name that saves - IEUESHUO (IEUE Saves).

Have an IUM TaRUOE (blasting noise) SHaMaCH (rejoicing, H8056) for the next time it comes!

The above message reads, (again) in Ancient (Two House, not just one still mainly Name-naughting) Hebrew (right to left)—

• IUM [yoom] ([12-hour] day, H3117)
• TaRUOE [tarooh-oh-eh] (blasting noise, H8643)
• SHaMaCH [shah-mach] (rejoicing, H8056)

Article Last Updated Aug 28, 2013.

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