The Etruscan liver-map is not the only liver-map which appears to be representative of the topography of the Atlantic's bottom where Atlantis was said to have once existed. A far older liver-map used by the ancient Babylonians over 4000 years ago, also seems to be representative of same exact area of the Atlantic's bottom. Remarkably, the cuneiform script engraved upon this liver-map actually seems to describe the former terrestrial features of what appears to have once been an island-nation. One such cuneiform label identifies the tip of the teardrop/comma shaped appendage on this liver-map as being representative of the THRONE BASE of the Babylonian gods, thus indicating that this location may have been the orignal capital of those that ruled this island - those that had made themselves out to be the "gods", which may have been the same people who were said to have been destroyed by the Hebrew god with a flood because they had "corrupted his way upon the earth".
When the Babylonian liver-map's shape is reversed and its general surface features are traced over the Atlantic's bottom (above), it becomes readily apparent that this liver-map appears to be representative of the same former landmass the Etruscan liver-map seems to have represented as well. When the corresponding underwater features of this liver-map are raised to the surface to form a conjectural island, it soon becomes apparent that the liver-maps used to commune with the "gods", appear to be representative of a former heavenly island from which a former god-like people were said to have ruled from. If such a theoretical island was viewed looking west, as the ancient Egyptians would have been facing when they looked towards the direction of their perceived gods and their home, then it becomes apparent that the overall shape of such an island would have appeared very much like the Egyptian "Eye of Horus" image that the ancient Egyptians had been venerating for thousands of years.