Resolved: ColdFusion : CreateDateTime : 13 digit epoch time

Question:

Is there an easy way to create ColdFusion now() into a 13 digit UTC Epoch Time
I found this code… But it shows a -1343911774836 I know I can force positive, but I don’t even know if the conversion is correct.
<cfset startDate = createdatetime(#now()#)> 
<cfset datetimeNow = dateConvert( "local2Utc", now() )>
<cfset UnixStamp = datediff( 's', startdate, datetimeNow )>
<b>#unixstamp#</b>
This works from RRK Comments
<cfset startDate = now()> 
<cfset datetimeNow = dateConvert( "local2Utc", now() )>
<cfoutput>
  <b>#now().getTime()#</b>
  <b>#datetimeNow.getTime()#</b>
</cfoutput>

Answer:

You can use the java getTime() method linked to data variables in Coldfusion.
now().getTime()
Example

If you have better answer, please add a comment about this, thank you!