Studying Atlantis-ology can be fascinating for a number of reasons, but one of those reasons is likely that it's all horse manure--there probably is not an Atlantis. The horse manure factor makes it interesting because what people want to believe about Atlantis might say something about them or what they want.
And if there was an Atlantis, I sincerely doubt it was a bunch of concentric circles with a big pyramid at the center and advanced futuristic technology.
As a side note, the Disney movie from 2001 that had Michael J. Fox voicing the lead character has Atlantis being destroyed at the beginning and it's apparently in the year 6586 BC, which rolls off the tongue suspiciously similar to 8498 BC, and it's a tidal wave too. Wonder if they changed it to avoid having to credit the work of a Nazi?!?
B&B is deliberately a thing that never changes, so the references to 2022 are pretty sparse. If you want that, try the new movie, but I didn't think it was that great.