In Daniel chapter 8, additional detail is provided about the Abomination of Desolation, and the subsequent reconsecration of the Temple (NIV):
13 "Then I heard a holy one speaking, and another holy one said to him, 'How long will it take for the vision to be fulfilled—the vision concerning the daily sacrifice, the rebellion that causes desolation, the surrender of the sanctuary and the trampling underfoot of the Lord’s people?'
14 He said to me, 'It will take 2,300 evenings and mornings; then the sanctuary will be reconsecrated.'"
Recall from Daniel chapter 12 the division of the Final Jubilee into segments (NIV):
11 “From the time that the daily sacrifice is abolished and the abomination that causes desolation is set up, there will be 1,290 days.12 Blessed is the one who waits for and reaches the end of the 1,335 days."
From this we derive the 2625 days of the entire period from the beginning of the final Festival of Trumpets, to the reconsecration of the Third Temple and the first Festival of Tabernacles of the millennial reign of Christ. To review, the sequence is: 10 days of awe + 30 days to arrival of two witnesses + 1260 days of two witnesses' ministry to Abomination of Desolation + 1250 days ("shortened" by 10 days) to final Day of Atonement and Second Coming of Christ + 75 days to reconsecration of the Temple and first Festival of Tabernacles of the millennial reign of Christ = 2625 days total.
Using our prospective start date of September 17, 2020, and adding 2625 days, we arrive at November 25, 2027. Interestingly, if we then count backwards 2300 days we should arrive at a date for the initial consecration of the Third Temple, which is August 8, 2021. It is interesting that Daniel chapter 8 should lead to a date of August 8, or 8-8.
Transposing that date onto 2020, we find something surprising. There is a 49 day gap between August 8, 2020 and September 26, 2020. In previous posts we have discussed at length the case for sunset on September 26, 2020 being the beginning of the Final Jubilee.
The 49 day gap which precedes Pentecost (or Shavuot) is a special time known as the Omer. The Omer is "a 49 day liturgical season, originally a harvest festival, from the second day of Passover to the first day of Shavuot, during which marriages are prohibited and signs of mourning are observed" (see https://www.thefreedictionary.com/omer). Recall from previous posts that this unique 49 day count links Pentecost to the Final Jubilee and the Harvest of the Church.
The word Omer reversed is Remo, and the conclusion of this period may indeed herald arrival of the Destroyer as the Church meets Jesus in the air: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3H3EpXUUXM