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They Heard a Voice 

 “…a voice heard among all the inhabitants of the earth, upon all the face of this land…”  (3 Nephi 9:1)  34 A.D.
“And it came to pass that while they were thus conversing one with another, they heard a voice as if it came out of heaven;... 
And it came to pass that again they heard the voice…
And again the third time they did hear the voice, and did open their ears to hear it; and their eyes were towards the sound thereof; and they did look steadfastly towards heaven, from whence the sound came.
  And behold, the third time they did understand the voice which they heard; and it said unto them:
 Behold my Beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased, in whom I have glorified my name—hear ye him.”    (3 Nephi 11:3-7)

"Behold, I am Jesus Christ, whom the prophets testified shall come into the world.  And behold, I am the light and the life of the world...when Jesus had spoken these words the whole multitude fell to the earth; for they remembered that it had been prophesied among them that Christ should show himself unto them after his ascension into heaven."  (3 Nephi 11:10-12)  34 A.D. Western Hemisphere 


"They had a tradition that…Quecalcoatle was the voice at the sound of which the deluge, [destruction], ceased…"      (Antiquities of Mexico, by Kingsborough, Vol. 8 p. 29- 31)  (“Even in the...1840’s”...Kingsborough’s works had not reached America.”)

"...in the province of Nicaraugua, is here inserted, from the fourteenth book of Torquemada's Indian Monarchy. ...a traveller, in a recent narrative of a Land Journey from Vera Cruz to Mexico, states, that he observed in the whole progress of it indications that the soil of New Spain had been the frequent theatre of mighty volcanic eruptions, as the rocks themselves seemed in many places to be merely lava. Many other prodigies are related to have preceded the fall of Mexico...Strange voices are said to have been heard in the air, and the serene vault of heaven to have been disturbed by the mimic combats of armed hosts. The sister of Montezuma, who was dead and buried, is pretended to have come to life, and many other signs and wonders to have happened."

Excerpts from Kingsborough's Mexican Antiquities. (Olivers' Bookshelf)