Normally we would not permit this kind of post because it violates RF rules (rule 13 specifically prohibits suggesting that the United States is "Mystery Babylon"). This is for a very good reason— Biblical exposition on this site must remain sound.
I have decided to allow a post on this subject this one time in order to demonstrate the wishful thinking that goes into such exegeses as those proposing America is Mystery Babylon. (I am ignoring the numerology and the WTC portions of the OP, because they are just too fanciful to consider seriously. When you have to play with some English names to get them to add up, then you have to know you are reaching. Beyond which, Hebrew numerology is for Hebrew letters. You are applying them to English letters—an error made by most people. It does not work that way. Especially since not all letters are correlative between Hebrew and English.) So let's look at four of the topics raised in the OP:
First, America does not sit on seven mountain ranges. According to geography texts, the continental USA (the lower 48 plus Alaska) has THREE:
- The Rocky Mountains,
- The Appalachian Mountains
- The Cascade Range
All of the other ranges are sub-divisions of these. And there are more than seven sub-divisions. In fact there are dozens.
Second, John did not use the word "a little space" instead of "a little time" in Revelation 17:10. He used the word ὀλίγος (oligos) which means "a little while". Had he meant "space" (which is merely a 17th Century English word which is now obsolete, but meant "time") or "a little distance" he would have used another Greek word, likely ἐγγύς (eggus).
Third, Isaiah 18:1 is mistranslated. The word translated "shadowing" is a complete misunderstanding of the Hebrew צְלָצַל (tslatsal). It is a Hebrews onomatopoeic word meaning "whirring" or "buzzing" as of the wings of a mass of insects, such as locusts. Even the Jews themselves in their own translations of the Hebrew into English understand that meaning of the word. For example, the JPS reads, "Ah, land of the buzzing of wings, which is beyond the rivers of Ethiopia."
Fourth, you are reaching way too far, and distorting the original Hebrew Text of Ezekiel 39:6 when you suggest it refers to a land with much coastline and then suggest that is the USA. First, you have added the word "much", implying that Ezekiel had "a land of much coastline" in mind, when indeed, he may as equally have had in mind "any". Indeed, the Hebrew word האיים means either coastlines or islands. It implies distant lands bordered by water where, by reason of their location, they feel safe. And, even if we were to decide that this reference were to the country with the longest coastline, it would not be America. The US is greatly surpassed in length of coastline by Canada. And it is followed closely by Russia. If you add in the coastline for Russia's satellites, I believe you will find Russia surpasses the US. On that basis, if it were to relate to coastline, I would suggest we should look to Russia as the target of this verse because that is the land of Gog and Magog which is the topic in this prophecy of Ezekiel.
But, frankly, I do not think the idea of coastline is what God had in mind in inspiring Ezekiel to use the word He did. I think the great Bible expositors of the past had the right idea.
Albert Barnes said, "And among them that dwell carelessly in the isles - The judgment is extended to "the isles" (or, seacoasts) to show that it should fall not only on Gog and his land, but on those who share Gog's feelings of hatred and opposition to the kingdom of God."
Adam Clarke wrote, "And among them that dwell carelessly in the isles - The auxiliary troops that came to Antiochus from the borders of the Euxine Sea."
John Gill, offered, "And among them that dwell carelessly in the isles: That belong to the Turkish dominions; not only the habitants of the Continent shall be consumed, but those that dwell in islands, and think themselves safe and secure, and so live carelessly; or such who live on the sea coasts, it being usual in Scripture to call such places isles; and may intend those who dwell near the Exine and Caspian seas."
The old Geneva Bible commentary explained, "and among them that dwell securely in the isles: That is, among all nations where the enemies of my people dwell, no matter how separate they seem."
Jamieson, Fausset, & Brown suggested, "the isles - Those dwelling in maritime regions, who had helped Gog with fleets and troops, shall be visited with the fire of God's wrath in their own lands."
Matthew Henry commented, "and among those that dwell carelessly (confidently) in the isles - That is, the nations of the Gentiles. He (Gog) designed to destroy the land of Israel, but shall not only be defeated in that design, but shall have his own destroyed by some fire, some consuming judgment or other. Note, Those who invade other people's rights justly lose their own."
All told, I respectfully suggest that the idea you floated in your OP is the product of eisegesis, not exegesis. You developed an idea in your mind and then began to see possibilities and evidences of it everywhere in Scripture. This, of course, is not the way to approach scripture. A balanced comparison of eschatological scriptures will indicate the proper focus and the proper identification of the participants.
Thank you for taking the time to share some ideas; but, as you have seen, significant portions of your ideas do not stand up to closer scrutiny. Which is why the idea you put forward was banned from RF a long time ago. But Gary, please do not be discouraged by its reception here. I note you have been a member since the middle of last year, yet this is your first post. I worry that you might be afraid to post in future. Please do not hesitate. We will discuss what you put up (provided it does not run afoul of board rules) and hopefully will try to do so constructively and gently—as God would have us do. We are all learning here. Please take part, and don't wait another 10 months for your next post.