I wanted to establish that prophecy is ambiguous until it needs to be understood. Eventually it will be interpreted correctly and it will be understood by everyone.
There is exactly zero evidence of that happening. What is your basis for reasoning on this?
It's one of the rules for the prophecy game. If you want to play the game you have to accept the rules.
Daniel 8:26,27 "Keep secret the vision because it is yet for many days"..."I kept showing myself numbed on account of of the thing seen and there was nobody understanding it."
Daniel 12:4 "And as for you, O daniel make secret the words and seal up the book until the time of the end. Many will rove about, and the true knowledge will become abundant." NWT
Many will go here and there to increase knowledge.” NIV
many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased. American King James
seal the book to the time of the end; until many are taught, and knowledge is increased.Brenton Septuagint
Many will travel everywhere, and knowledge will grow. God's Word Translation
the scriptures ISR (1998)
I could list more versions but they all seem to indicate that understanding will emerge from an increase of knowledge.
Daniel 12:8 Now as for me, I heard, but I could not understand.
Do you detect any ambiguity in these statements?
In contrast the prophecy of Revelation is quite different. Revelation 22:10 gives opposite instructions:
"Do not seal up the words of the prophecy of this scroll for the appointed time is near"
Well here we are 2000 years later. It is possible to explain this contrast by special pleading to make sense out of it but, at the very least believing that the end is close would strengthen Christians as they faced the trials that would befall them in the first century and for however long they would need to endure.