Not only is this one of the trumpets, but it is one of the Woes as well. An angel is given the key to the bottomless pit and releases stinging creatures and Apollyon/Abaddon, the angel and king of the bottomless pit. Abaddon means, to destroy. Apollyon means the destroyer. We will see Apollyon again. Is a bottomless pit possible in the world of physics? The answer is yes; it's the centre of the earth. The centre of the earth has gravitational fields equal in all directions and could be hollow to the point that the earth's rotation produces forces to push it out. In fact, the earth could be quite hollow. The stinging creatures are around for five months, resulting in the calamities lasting for more than five months. There is a good description of the locust-like creatures. The recognition of them and what they are should turn many to God.

Abaddon is the beast that arises out of the bottomless pit. That also makes him the beast that Babylon the Great rides, and the one who kills the two witnesses. The darkness is probably the same darkness from the fourth trumpet. The CERN Large Hadron Collider has an old temple to Apollo, or Apollyon, at its centre. It also has a statue of the Hindu god Shiva at the entrance. Shiva is the destroyer. When they get just the right frequency, will the collider be able to reach down into the Abyss and free Abaddon? That frequency or key will be given to them from heaven. I am starting to see books and YouTube videos warning more and more about the rise of ancient demons and angels. I wonder if
other fallen angels of old will escape because Apollyon was not the only one in the bottomless pit. They are also in chains as well as in prison.
Revelations 9-1
And the fifth angel blew his trumpet, and I saw a star fallen from heaven to earth, and he was given the key to the shaft of the bottomless pit. This is an article heading from Live Science. This event happened on 23/11/2023   
Earth slammed by ultra-powerful 'goddess particle' cosmic ray, and we have no idea where it came from.

Researchers have detected one of the most powerful cosmic rays ever seen slamming into Earth — but they have no idea what caused it or where it came from. The extremely energetic particle, which has been named after a Japanese goddess, arrived from the direction of a void in the universe where almost nothing is known to exist, according to new research.