I have read the plain English of your postings and interpreted much of what you've written as defensive in nature. Hence, respectfully, I decline to descend into this latest homework assignment.
I believe you have largely ignored my simple questions. On the other hand, I have always endeavored to reply to your questions -- even apologizing when you 'corrected' me about having failed to respond to a query. But, IMO, reciprocity has been rare.
As to "hoax" claims, Athanasius Kircher was a German Jesuit who lived in the 17th Century. Despite his Germanic upbringing, he was also an avid Egyptologist with broad interests. Kircher could even be described as Renaissance-type scholar. I had perused the entirety of the Google-digitized version of Kircher’s Liber Secundus Technicus and was appalled by erroneous but cocksure claims on this site. One poster brazenly asserted that the author's reproduction of an ancient Egyptian map (of the island of Atlantis) in his 1665 volume was a hoax.
“The aim of an argument or discussion should not be victory, but progress.”
(Joseph Joubert; 1754-1824)
Thank you for your time