The Griffith Observatory was inaugurated in 1935.
The Metonic cycle is 19 years long, which is a significant number to Adele, whose debut album, simply titled “19“, was released when she was just 19 years old, on a date with numerology of 19:
The Moon is closely-linked to Saturn – a Lunar phase lasts 29.5 Earth days, while a Saturnian year lasts 29.5 Earth years. Both are typically rounded up to approximately 30.
Adele’s next album will be called 30. A Saturnian year is 10759 days. Exactly 30 years is 10957 days, which is the 1331st Prime number.
Griffith J. Griffith died in 1919.
The album’s release will be on November 19th, which is the date of the longest Lunar Eclipse in over 500 years. There will not be a longer one for over 600 years.
Adele is 402 months old, and the album drops on the date leaving 42 days in the year ’21:
Adele seems to be quite fond of Saturn – She’s been known to wear giant Saturn earrings in addition to proudly displaying her Saturn tattoo:
21 was the name of Adele’s second album, although she was no longer 21 when it came out.
She was born in the year ’88 on 5/5. The Prime Factors of 55 are 5×11.
She has birth numerology of 117 and 36, which was the 126th day of a leap year:
21 was released exactly 156 weeks after 19, and her show at the Griffith was exactly 561 weeks later:
Notice how 21 came out on 1/24, while her show at the Observatory was on 10/24.
The show was a span of exactly 45 weeks after the last Total Solar Eclipse.