I see this as complimentary to my perspective. Both the devil and beast's fates are tied (notice they both also go out to gather the nations for battle after release in another "parallel vision" IMO). Additionally, if my equating the TTHT/1260 to the thousand years is correct, then the "throwing down of Satan to Earth" coincides with binding him in to bottomless pit. This could explain why the beast is never mentioned to have been bound in the pit at all - because it was conceived by the dragon in the pit.The second error you make with Rev 11 is equating the beast with the dragon. They are two separate entities with two separate roles in Revelation. The dragon is Satan who is THROWN DOWN at the beginning of the TTHT according to Rev 12. Yet the beast rises from the pit. The beast representing a final empire and/or the antichrist. Sure the dragon gives the beast power, but the one is thrown down to earth and the other rises up from the pit.
I read it as one judgment.Another error you make is with judgments. There are multiple judgments. The destruction of Jerusalem was a major judgment. At the second coming there will be at least THREE MAJOR judgments.
• The TTHT/1260 is followed by the 7th Trumpet "time for the dead to be judged."
• The thousand years is followed by "hades gave up the dead in it and they were judged."
• Daniel 12 says "many in the dust of the earth shall awake... some to life/shame" preceded by "TTHT."
These are very clearly speaking of the same event.