If the Twin Pillars of Hercules – Gibraltar and Monte Hecho – in front of Plato’s mythical island Atlantis reflected the Boaz and Jachin Towers of the temple of king Salomon, then we are getting somewhere. It was Boaz who had decided that ten men in a synagoge were a judge. These ten men reflected the ten words that God had given to Moses. The ten words were divided into two tables which made it two times five. This sounds very much like the five twin kings of Atlantis. In Ruth 4 the ten descendents of Peres were listed: Peres, Chesron, Ram, Amminadab, Nachson, Salma, Boaz, Obed, Isaï, David.
With the last name of David we have a reference of Atlantis to the City of David that was surrounded by walls (Isaiah 25:2 & Psalm 48:13) that had gates. As Atlantis had. In Psalm 2 we read that this city is also an island that is surrounded by the sea of hostile nations.
The ten kings of Atlantis were: Atlas & Gadeiros (Eumelos), Evemon & Amferes, Mneseus & Autochton, Elasippus & Mestor, Azaes & Diaprepus (Critias 114).
I believe that the synagoge was a blueprint for Atlantis while the concentric shape of the sanhedrin was the blueprint for the concentric shape of Atlantis.