The following comes from an amazing researcher whose work I’ve cited many times before.

MY WORD , MY Research, MY thoughts = not good enough. Fact!

I may or may not expand on the excerpt below :o)

The evolution of human civilization around the genesis that takes place in the original empire of Egypt, which history transforms into an extensive dilated chronicle, is structured in three distinct stages, representing the events of the real twelfth to twenty-first centuries.. Each stage corresponds to a Temple of Sacred Peace, in which the first is that of Atlantis (or Troy), the second that of Solomon, and the third that of the New Jerusalem prophesied in John’s Biblical Revelation.

1st. Temple: The first temple is, in the official historical imaginary, Atlantis, before “flooding”, that is, disappearing as a temple, with Noah’s “universal flood”. In turn, the main city is represented by Troy, before being destroyed. All these legends tell us about the same story. Troy represents the capital of the ancient empire, and at that time (when it is destroyed) it is understood in the place where is the current Istanbul, or Constantinople. But in reality it is the temple of the great Egypt, which has sown from there an empire or great worldview with multiple deities. There is his true power, which begins between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries and remains until he must share his authority alongside the one that has been erected around him, the result of a struggle that takes place between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries real. In the Egyptian tradition, this episode is that of the myth of Osiris, whose son Horus is resurrected after being defeated by his brother Seth, in the form of one God. Under its yoke, throughout these fruitful centuries, a monumental civilizational imperialism expands, from which large colonies and exploratory companies or expeditions are built, which distribute and share symbols and the cult of pyramidal temples. The firmament, with its 12 constellations, is its maximum symbolic representation. It is the stage that the official historiography, in an excess of idolatry, has transformed in three or four thousand years, from the times of Mesopotamia until the officiality of the Christian empire in the great Italian Rome. In turn, in the apocalyptic imaginary, the great struggle of Horus is reflected in the enterprise of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse, which represent the expansion of the empire to the four cardinal points, and the Christian cross. After this fight a single God, sovereign, imposes itself and begins the journey of the biblical Egyptian exodus, and that of Troy, according to the mythified ancient history.