Daniye’l (Daniel) 9:25
Know therefore and understand, from the going forth of the word to return and to build Yerushalayim until HAMASHIACH the Prince is seven Shavua, and threescore and two Shavua; return and build the wide place with eagerness in troublous times.
The timing of the arrival of HAMASHIACH the Prince under the two-fold prophetic interpretation of Isaac Newton, then places the second advent – the second arrival – in a year which is 7 weeks of years following the second decree to rebuild Yerushalayim with eagerness in troublous times.
In reviewing the first realization of this prophecy, we see that the word which goes out to return and to build Yerushalayim is not the word of the Babylonians – not the word of Koresh, Artachshasta, or Daryav’esh, but the word of the Yahudiym following the completion of the temple in 417 B.C. Similarly, the date in the modern epoch to be considered is not the grant of the United Nations (S. 181) on November 29, 1947, and not the date of the formation of Israel on May 14, 1948, but the date that the nation of Israel captured the no-man’s land around Yerushalyim which allowed the construction of the modern city. This occurred on June 11, 1967. It worthy to consider that the nation of Israel turned 20 years of age on Sunday, May 16, 1967 in the feast of Shavu’oth. Recall that 20 years is required to be considered an adult.
[A student of these dates will find a discrepancy as to the date of this feast. The Jewish calendar for this year set the previous year as a 13 month year, although the moon cycle does not justify it, to claim that Shavu’oth occurred on June 15, 1967, a month later. Passover (Pecach) was had on March 24, 1967, however, three days following the vernal equinox. The calculation of 50 days from the Sabbath (also the beginning of Matsah) places the 50th day, of Shavu’oth, on May 16.]
Again, we have seen that the 360 day year calculation is not an accurate calculation, as that time has come and gone. The Hebrew year resets each year in an adjustment to the vernal equinox and cannot and should not be factored on a 360 day cycle to shorten the number of years. In addition, this calculation is based upon the appearance of the feast of Shavu’oth. As a consequence, it is reasonable to use the one year calculation, which places the realization of this second prophecy of Daniye’l in the interpretation of Isaac Newton, seven weeks of years, or 49 years, after the capture of the city of Yerushalayim in 1967, which will place this event in the year 2016, following Shevu’oth.