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Is St. Joseph "the Two Wings of the Eagle" from The Apocalypse of St. John?

    "'The woman was given the two wings of the eagle, so she could fly from the serpent into the wilderness, to her place where she is nourished for a time, and time, and half a time.' (RV. 12:14)" "The two wings are the silence of the soul and the night of faith, that is, the two specialties of Joseph, the providential man chosen by the Father. The dragon is totally helpless against those who know how to obey Joseph, as Jesus did for so long, by observing these two essential points... putting our poor head to silence, to place our trust during the night in the One who cannot fail us is to make the two wings of the great eagle function and save time by allowing the power of the cross to manifest itself... 'Christ is the power of God.'" (Joseph: Shadow of the Father, Pages 159-160) MyronM said…   "The woman was given the two wings of the eagle ..." This eagle is a specific man: in the apocalyptic revelation of Gaudelupe (