In Daniel, the prophecy of the 70 weeks is not stated as a complete whole but rather as two separate times within one over arching era. It says the 69 weeks, and then discusses the 70th week as two separate events. It is really subtle, so I always ask people to look slowly and closely. That 70th week corresponds to what the book of Revelation, written sometime in the 90’s, describes as the 7 year Tribulation. Suetonius describes in graphic detail the persecution of the Jews under the Emperor Domitian, the increased aggravation of the Jewish Tax due to a desire to pay for a cash poor Domitian who had run away building programs which resulted in one occasion of an elderly man being stripped naked to examine him for circumcision, all this carried out in front of Suetonius himself. This persecution corresponds to the persecution alluded to by Clement of Rome in his first epistle.
All that to come to this head, the division between the 69th and 70th week is an indeterminate time, spoken by Jesus as the time of the Gentiles in Luke. The book of Revelation makes clear that the 1,000 years of the revival of the Jewish nation as the center of the rule of God on Earth will begin at the end of the 7 years of Tribulation. At the end of 7 years, when Jerusalem is surrounded by the hordes of evil, Jesus, the Messiah, will sweep in with His armies, to rescue His people, and establish His rule on this Earth. Maranatha!
I pray that I have spoken without rancor. May I ask something, that before you do anything else, that you take one moment to pray to God and ask Him to help you know what does He want you to believe. I believe that God hears the prayer of those who want to know Him, I believe that God is the God of Truth and wants all mankind to come to believe in Him, and finally, I believe He rewards the person who humbles himself and asks for God’s help.
May you find the Messiah! Shalom!