In short, Thorwald C. Franke does not seem to understand that the Philistines of Crete were actually the Minoans. The word Minoans was invented by Sir Arthur Evans but the Bible called them Philistines. Then Thorwald C. Franke mentions Nimrod’s Babylon as an inspiration for Atlantis. He writes, indeed, Babylon is old enough for atlantis… This is really nonsense. Babylon was post-Flood while Atlantis went down well before Adam. The Tower of Babel, ie a step pyramid, also does not appear in Plato’s story. Indeed, but the later Sphinx in Cairo – Fort Babylon – well, namely Baal Tsaphon, alias Zeus. On the forehead of the Sphinx itself is carved a cobra that may be linked to the idol Academos, namely the Python Spirit. The Associated Great Pyramid, or Migdol, is an update of the Tower of Babel. Egypt was in many ways a mirror of Babylon. According to Thorwald C. Franke, Babylon was not in the sea. It wasn’t an island. But according to Revelation 17:1-5, End-time Babylon is at the heart of all the world’s seas. But then we are rummaging in the future instead of in the past. Only when we see that Atlantis is a dualistic principle with End-time Babylon as the corrupt dimension of Atlantis and End-time Jerusalem with the false temple of Poseidon, then we understand that we should not look for Atlantis in the past but in the future. Plato was not inspired by Babylon but by an empire larger than Asia Minor and Libya combined. This is the Fourth Reich in Daniel 7:19 and 7:23. Then with Babylon as the corrupt capital.