Atlantis existed 11,400 years ago while Genesis places the creation of Adam 6000 years ago. This difference alone should make us think about the reality of Atlantis in a distant past. We only encounter the first kings after the Flood in Genesis 13. Moreover, these were local or regional kings who did not even own horses. They were in no way reminiscent of the kings of Atlantis. This too should make us think. Predecessors of Atlantis can be discovered in Genesis, but still without a king. Like the city of Enoch in Genesis 4. Only Tire that went down in the sea like Atlantis (Ezekiel 27-28) had a king who was compared to a cherub. This was only one king while Atlantis had ten at a time. As Atlantis matured and evolved into End Times Babylon against the flow of Plato’s story, we encounter ten kings of an End Kingdom that we read about in Daniel 7:19 and 7:23. This Eindrijk is not an island, but the capital, Hillah/Babil, theologically speaking, is located in the heart of all seas via the Euphrates.