It is known that the ancient Egyptians associated the west with the home of their gods, and the place of healing and eternal life. When the theoretical island presented here would have been viewed looking west from above, it is striking how such a former island would have appeared very similar to that of an Eye of Horus image (right). This image had been used as a symbol for healing and for the restitution of life for thousands of years. While not to scale and angular position, it would appear that even the elevated comma/teardrop area on the Atlantic's bottom is similar in overall shape to that of the eye area itself on an Eye of Horus image. If we consider the possibility that this apparent former island was thought of as the home and throne of the god/gods, it soon becomes evident that the ancient comma/teardrop shape which had been venerated globally since prehistoric times, is nearly identical in general form to this comma shaped area. In some instances comma charms and amulets identify the locaton of the "mountain of heaven" at the center of their bulbous end. Remarkably, the map of Old Jerusalem referenced previously, has a city depicted upon it that somewhat corresponds to this same exact area. The city is labeled "Ville de David", and alongside this representation of the city is the name of the mountain upon which it sits. The name of this mountain is "Montagne de Sion" or rather "The Mountain of Heaven". Because of this, it would appear that the global veneration of the comma with its "heaven mountain" may be a shadow of a former global faith, and that this faith may have been based upon a real place and people that are long gone, and that the mysterious map of Old Jerusalem is not based upon a former geography of Judea, but is rather based upon a former geography of an sland that is no longer above water.