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The first trumpet (8:7) talks of hail and fire which brings back memories of God’s judgment on the Egyptians (Ex. 9:23-24)
The second trumpet brings another calamity using a mountain as a metaphor that brings to mind thoughts of Matt. 21:21-22)
The third trumpet perhaps alludes to the bitter waters of Egypt in Ex. 7:21 and the fall of Babylon in Is. 14:12-15
The darkness of the fourth trumpet again reminds us of Egypt and is further underscored by an eagle who in the OT is used as a symbol of both God’s protection (Deut. 32:9-11 and judgment (Deut. 28:48; Jer. 4:13)