If you concluded that I've deemed you "brazen" and have insulted you or all GHMB posters, I sincerely apologize without any conditions whatsoever.
Please hear that I never thought, felt or viewed those inferences to be true. Obviously, though the wording of my posts could have been better inasmuch as my postings read as they did in your perception.
With regard to Kircher's insertion of the ancient Egyptian map of Atlantis in his 1665 volume, is it possible that you've missed several key points? In my view, the value of the map is found in the following observations:
1. Egyptians placed Atlantis' location in the same area as the island continent of Antarctica.
2. Atlantis' topographical features roughly correspond to what we today know lies beneath the 7th continent's ice.
3. The magnetic arrow on the old map points toward the South Pole, which fits with esoteric lore that conveys the same idea -- that the magnetic pole used to be in the southern hemisphere in the 4th Age and prior to 'the great cosmic train wreck'.