Satan Will Be Cast Out of The Church
Here's where Steven Paul's little book corresponds to the Third Secret of Fatima and the messages of Our Lady of Revelation. Satan is INSIDE THE CHURCH. Why? Because it's part of God's Mysterious plan and because human weakness allows it. As this is the time leading up to The Great Sign, and as the signs of the current times all point to this, we must be getting close.
From the Book:
The “woman clothed with the sun” is a great sign: she is herself and portends or points to something else, namely, “the Great Day of Almighty God” [16:14]. But, the proximal result of this “great sign” is that Saint Michael and his angels [angelic and human] cast out Satan and his angels [angelic and human] from heaven “unto the earth”; and in 12:12 a “loud voice in heaven” declares the time of this event,
“Woe to the earth and to the sea, for the devil has come down to you, having great wrath, knowing that he has a short time.”
This implies that, as Satan was cast out of the Church, so he will be cast out of the world [the earth and sea]. Therefore, the term “a short time” can refer to only one period: the last 3½ years of the second woe.
Hence, the vision of Chapter 10 may be placed immediately after 12:9, because the war inside heaven is over, and so Michael has come down from it on the offensive against the “earth” and the “sea.”
The “woman clothed with the sun” and the “seven thunders” are one and the same entity, basically speaking: the “woman” is, initially, the entire Sacred College [12:1], but after the war in heaven, she is the faithful surviving members [excepting the pope, of course].
At the time the cardinals will be “put to the test,” it will be irrelevant whether they know that God has prepared for their escape to safety [12:6 and 12:14], for none will know beforehand who will escape and who will “...not love their life even unto death” [12:11]. Having proved their quality or mettle, the Cardinals will, with clear conscience and authority, exhort the bishops, priests, and laity to remain faithful, even while they themselves, for the sake of preserving the official authority of the Church, flee to safety in the “wilderness.”