Apocalipse 8

1 And when he opened the seal the seventh, was silence in the heaven about half an hour.

2 And I saw the seven messengers, who in presence of the God have stood; and were given to them seven trumpets.

3 And another messenger came, and stood at the altar, having a censer golden; and was given to him incenses many, so that he might give for the prayers of the holy ones of all on the altar the golden that in presence of the throne.

4 And went up the smoke of the incenses with the prayers of the holy ones from hand of the messenger, in presence of the God.

5 And took the messenger the censer, and filled him from the fire of the altar, and cast into the earth; and were voices and thunders and lightnings and an earthquake.

6 And the seven messengers, those having the seven trumpets, prepared themselves, so that they might sound.

7 And the first sounded, and was hail and fire having been mingled with blood, and they were cast into the earth; and the third of the earth was burnt up, and the third of the trees was burnt up, and all grass green was burnt up.

8 And the second messenger sounded, and as it were a mountain great with fire burning was cast into the sea; and became the third of the sea, blood;

9 and died the third of the creatures of the in the sea, things having souls; and the third of the ships was destroyed.

10 And the third messenger sounded, and fell from the heaven a star great burning like a lamp, and it fell on the third of the rivers, and on the fountains of the waters.

11 And the name of the star is called the Wormwood; and became the third of the waters into wormwood; and many of the men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.

12 And the fourth messenger sounded, and was smitten the third of the sun and the third of the moon and the third of the stars, so that might be darkened the third of them, and the day not might shine the third of herself, and the night in like manner.

13 And I saw and I heard one eagle flying in mid–heaven, saying with a voice great: Woe, woe, woe to those dwelling on the earth, from the remaining sounds of the trumpet of the three messengers of those being about to sound.