But there's no evidence whatsoever to correlate the description of the city to celestial North/ a constellation and projecting such circular measurements around celestial North was entirely outside of the capabilities of the Greeks of Platos time, let alone projecting constellation positions relative to them 9,000 years earlier.
The model he proposed was a Geocentric one with the fixed stars turning with the outer sphere of the cosmos, neither the theoretical premise or the stated interest is present, and the argument you make to show any interest by Plato in the circumpolar region, through the numerology of Massey, is spurious, as Plato's concerns with sevenfold division are clearly stated.
In short your opinion is entirely contradictory of Plato's writings.
But you have taken the Atlantis tale and my interpretation in isolation of the remainder of the book and therefore have not brought any other evidence to bear. I noted that there is a build up of evidence but you ignored this. But fine, you have your views and I have mine.
Well really that's for you to do, if you think you have other supportive evidence to make your case regardding this Atlantis scenario, i've looked and don't see any, obviously you have tried to present the Atlantis myth in correlation with other speculations regarding celestial North, in the sense of trying to make facts fit theory.
I could well make a number of queries but it would be to no avail so as you are adamant that I am wrong and will not accept any of my views leave it at that. Others may well disagree
You really need to handle constructive criticism better in my opinion...