Some of what is said here is simple nonsense but a lot of the rest conforms somewhat to the much more detailed effort here to piece together time lines going back 200,000 years.
What i find interesting is the recognition of a recent human bottleneck which is completely understandable in terms of the Pleistocene Nonconformity but not for instance the Atlantean Subsidence in 1159 BC. The former event suggests few survivors at all. It is more astounding that we have actual records at all from the Indian subcontinent. At least survivors did make it through.
At the same time i reasonably think that the Earth was evacuated then to avoid serious losses. Re-population took place with colony arks. That is a more reasonable scenario simply because the event itself was deliberately set up by the then extant modern civilization.
Thus such colonization would be careful and selective and there seems good evidence of that.. The result is that we jumped to present modernization inside of several thousands of years after an initial seeding around 10,000 years ago. Post Atlantis required about 2500 years of recovery. That means we are around 2500 years behind schedule.