Behold, still two more woes are coming
John writes behold because, as terrible as this first woe has been, the two remaining woes are still worse. This woe brought torment, but the second woethe judgment of the sixth trumpetbrings the release of a demonic army the likes of which the earth has never seen (Rev. Rev. 9:13-19+, Rev. 11:14+) and the third woethe judgments of the seventh trumpetbrings the seven bowls of Gods wrath (Rev. Rev. 11:15+; Rev. 15:7+; Rev. 16:2-4+, Rev. 16:8+, Rev. 16:10+, Rev. 16:12+, Rev. 16:17+).
after these things
μετὰ ταῦτα [meta tauta] , the familiar chronological indicator which partitions Johns vision.