This (like a similar interpretation of Is.14:12) is an
unfortunate _re_mythologizing of the biblical material. The prophets
used images from pagan myths to describe the hubris of real kings, a
use which Childs called "broken myth". It is a mistake - though a
common one since Jerome & other Fathers - to turn in back into myth
about the fall of Satan.
But anyway - that is only the 4th of the oracles against Tyre.
The argument I presented stands without change if we consider only the
> I see little difference in regarding the prophesy naming Nebuchadrezar
> fulfilled by Alexander.
An approach to prophecy which says "Nebuchadrezar, Alexander -
what's the difference?" isn't very testable.