The word "remah" is used twelve times in the OT (at least that’s all I could find: Ezr. 7:24, Dan. 3:6, Dan. 3:11, Dan. 3:15, Dan. 3:20, Dan. 3:21, Dan. 3:24, Dan. 6:7, Dan. 6:12, Dan. 6:16, Dan. 6:24 and Dan. 7:9) and in all cases the word is applied in a negative way as in humbling, putting down and destroying the object to which this word is directed toward. That is except here in Dan 7:9.
Dan 7:9 "I kept looking Until thrones were set up, And the Ancient of Days took His seat; His vesture was like white snow And the hair of His head like pure wool. His throne was ablaze with flames, Its wheels were a burning fire.
Dan 7:10 "A river of fire was flowing And coming out from before Him; Thousands upon thousands were attending Him, And myriads upon myriads were standing before Him; The court sat, And the books were opened.
Dan 7:11 "Then I kept looking because of the sound of the boastful words which the horn was speaking; I kept looking until the beast was slain, and its body was destroyed and given to the burning fire.
Dan 7:12 "As for the rest of the beasts, their dominion was taken away, but an extension of life was granted to them for an appointed period of time.
Dan 7:13 "I kept looking in the night visions, And behold, with the clouds of heaven One like a Son of Man was coming, And He came up to the Ancient of Days And was presented before Him.
Dan 7:14 "And to Him was given dominion, Glory and a kingdom, That all the peoples, nations and men of every language Might serve Him. His dominion is an everlasting dominion Which will not pass away; And His kingdom is one Which will not be destroyed.
It seems to me that the word can be applied in a negative way here in verse 9 just as in the other verses mentioned if the thrones mentioned as being set up / cast down, were the thrones or symbols of the four beasts authority and rulership which is the purpose of this whole judgment, The context of the judgment is the Ancient of Days putting and end to the ruling of the four beasts, and not just the loud mouthed beast the other beasts are included in this judgment as well, and establishing the rule and kingdom of the one like the Son of Man. He is essentially casting down their authority or thrones to set up the everlasting kingdom.
The idea of the thrones being for those in the court is based on (from what I understand) the idea that there is a court in verse 26. But I don’t see “court” in the Hebrew. I see verse 26 meaning that judgment has been set with no reference to an actual court.
So my question is whether the Hebrew can actually support this view or am I just going down a rabbit trail? I am not the brightest bulb in the pack when it comes to Hebrew so I am hoping I can get some clarification from those who are.