BC AYN 65,444,917
6th/7 (רּ: Resh-dagesh) Day-period of the Cenozoic Era Age
6th/7 periods of the Period of Released Creation is the Day-period of the Cenozoic Era Age beginning the 3rd/3 classic geological eras of the geologic time scale the Cenozoic Era. Cenozoic in Greek means “new life” composed of kainos (καινος: קינות); “new,” and Zoe (ζωη: חוה); “life,” which begins in BC AYN 65,444,917 using the Mayan Long Count Calendar continues through to BC AYN 3960.
Quantum Numeral Long
QNL 184.108.40.206.5,  is the date used in the Universal Syphers for the annualized start of the Day-period of the Cenozoic Era Age within and near the very end of the 12th/13 Alautuns of Day 6 Quantum Numeral Long 19.18.
1st/3 Breastplates of Fire
3rd/3 sub-divisions of the Phanerozoic Eon is the Cenozoic Era (הרא) indicated by the 1st/3 of "these 3" breastplates (שרינותיהם), the 2nd/4 overall breastplates; of “fire” (אש) of Revelation 9:17.
2nd/4 Quarters of Chesvan (חשון)
1st/3 of "these 3" breastplates of fire (אש) as the 8th/12 Hebrew lunar months literal meaning of Chesvan (八月, חשון): “breastplates” indicates, symbolically representative of the 2nd/4 quarters of the month and the Cenozoic (קינו-זויך) Era covering the period of time since the beginning of the 3rd/3 sub-divisions of the Phanerozoic Eon, the Cenozoic Era beginning in BC AYN 65,444,917 and continuing through to BC AYN 3960 before the beginning of the Day-period of Enter-rest and Innocence Age in BC AYN 3959 after the end of the 3rd/3 sub-divisions of the Phanerozoic Eon.
43rd/81 Shou Families: YuJia (遇家)
2nd/4 quarters of Chesvan (חשון) symbolically represents the 43rd/81 Shou (首, שוע) families of YuJia (遇家, 우가); the "meeting family" of the 19th/27 Mansion departments ZuiXiu (觜宿); the "turtle beak mansion department."
Cenozoic era starts concurrent with the Tertiary, a term for a geologic period of 65 million to 1.8 million years ago. The Tertiary covered the time span between the superseded Secondary period and the Quaternary. The period began with the demise of the non-avian dinosaurs in the Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction event, at the start of the Cenozoic Era, concluding with the beginning of the most recent Ice Age, at the end of the Pliocene Epoch.
The term Tertiary was first used by Giovanni Arduino in AD 1759 classifying geologic time into primitive (or primary), secondary, and tertiary periods based on observations of geology in northern Italy. Later a fourth period, the Quaternary, was applied. In AD 1828, Charles Lyell integrated a Tertiary period into his own, far more detailed system of classification.
1st/7 Epoch's: Paleocene