Here's my question: Regarding the concept of legacy in Ancient Egypt (i.e. supposing there was a pre-dynastic civilized age, as the ancient egyptians recorded in their lists of kings), are you aware of Albert Slosman's works? In summary, he focused his research in North Africa and Dendera, and he reached the conclusion that Egypt had been the final destiny of Atlantis refugees. He called Atlantis "Aha-Men-Ptah", following Dendera's zodiac texts, and he said they had a high astronomical knowledge, and could predict global disasters, so they could escape a great cataclism, which Slosman calculated in an accurate date: july 27th 9792 BC. He also considered that the hierogliphs had been misunderstood -or not correctly translated- since the times of Champollion.
What's your opinion about these claims?
Thanks in advance