Then why invoke the same four winds as from revelations and the end times, which is primarily what Daniel's visions were all about ?
The goat with one horn seems to be, oddly, (and one heck of a prophecy), an allusion to the lamb from the end times, because the lamb is Christ and would be about the very same battle Michael wages against the dragon.
Michael being Christ
In this vision, the Goat replaces the lamb and the Ram replaces the dragon/ devil.
The entire chapter of Daniel 8, alludes to the same event Christ warned of about his return
The falling away
The "antichrist" exhalting and magnifying himself, setting himself up in "-the temple"
No doubt also related to the "abomination that causes desolation standing in the holy place"
8.11 even mentions the same daily sacrifice being taken away, and the host being trodden underfoot..
All of it "until the sanctuary is cleansed"
Hence Christ finally "pouring out his bowl", he who leteth will let until finally being taken out of the way
Thus Christ later admitting "it is done"
Can the world not see what this is all about ?
Who actually "falls" ? How Christ comes back ?
Why Christ and Lucifer are labelled the morning star
Why the bible is RIDDLED with messages to the son of man.
Ie, "let the reader understand"
Why "he who overcomes" will be given power over the nations
And why it is him who is given the morning star..
How both the lamb and the "beast" overcome their attackers, be it the saints or "these who have one mind."
And why Wormwoods name means Curse in Hebrew, and is related to Apollo, Artemis, Apollyon, Abaddon, Destruction, the son of destruction and thus, the falling away
That's why, when the Star or Angel falls, and lands upon the waters making them bitter..
Its unpalatable to the nations.
"The waters you saw being the nations."