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February 9

If you missed yesterday's update, I'd suggest you get the gist because I have a feeling that a new line of discovery is taking place, on European Edomites AND Hyksos, as it there was a relationship between the two in ancient times. The update ended by showing the Dunham Coat popping up when entering "Domian", "Domain", and "Domine." Also, there were a few dancettes coming up on the topic, so I showed another one in the Doeman Coat, a term found as per the Doemer variation of the Dommes surname. I concluded: "These variations should be as per the Dumnonii Celts...meaning that the Dommes more likely trace to them rather than Edomites...unless the Dumnonii were from Edomites. Hmm, something to think about."

So I started working backward in time from the Dumnonii. Having traced them the Samnite tribe of Sabines, it's conspicuous that I found the British Sabines in the past day or two, in the English Sabine surname (first in Norfolk). The symbol is a large RED scallop, not only the color of Edomites, but the scallop traces to Asclepios elements (i.e. linked to Edom's owl cult). I also traced the Sabines forward from Abruzzo to Savone, Liguria, wherefore I just checked for a Savone surname...first found in SOMERset (!!), where the Dumnonii landed in Britain!!! (The last update suggested that "Sommer" is a Dommes/Dommer variation; the Dumnonii Danann founded Devon and neighboring Somerset, you see, and the Dommes surname uses a heron, a symbol that was Axelrod-(i.e. perhaps Hyksos-)important yesterday.)

I have never seen the Savone-surname Coat. It tends to prove my theory that Savone in Liguria was founded by Sabines, for as they were also "Safini," so the Savone surname has Saffin and Safin variations. I trace the Samnite tribe of Sabines to the LaceDaemonians of Sparta's founding. In other words, the Daemonians were the proto-Dumnonii...yet I never thought to identify Daemonians as Edomites. Hmm.

I should record here that the three white crescents on blue of the Savone family are used also by the Conte surname first found in Languedoc (I trace Danaans from Rhodes forward to the Rhodanus Redones (Languedoc), and then to Dumnonii associations). The possible importance of the Conte surname is the Contevilles-Burghs, but also the VisCONTI surname using the so-called "biscione," a blue serpent eating an infant, a symbol that we would expect from Lilith...a pagan demoness that steals children by night, and is meanwhile associated with serpents...and owls.

The Viscontis are from northern Italy (especially Milan), not far from Savone! A blue snake was encountered in the last update, in the Cuthbert Coat, a surname that is also "Codde" and likely "Cotte" i.e. much like "Conte." Hmm, the Cotte surname was first found in Languedoc, smacking of the Cottians. I just went through my files and found Cottians in the Apples of Idun chapter:

As I said that "Woden/Woten" derived from "Eoten" i.e. the Jutes, while the Jutes were from the Edonians of Thrace, a further conclusion is that the Thyni were related to the Edonians. One can drop the capital from "Edoni(ans)" to net "Doni," which then evokes, not only "Thyni," but the Cottian patriarch, Donus. The Cottians were Ligurians...

Aside from the possibility that Edones were Edomites, the point is the location of the Cottians, in the country of the Savones (the Cottian Alps are in Savoy land). The Italians call the Cottian Alps, "Cozie," smacking of "Goz." AND, "kos," meaning owl in Hebrew, evokes the Kos cult of Edom, likely the owl cult of Edom. Cottians were named by a king Cottius (son of Donnus) of the early Roman period.

Also remember here that LG's surname, Gust___, derives from "Gaut," the term bringing up the Cotte surname! LG was the one who first alerted me to the biscione serpent, that it belonged to the Viconte family. I've just found a Cottu/Coutu Coat using a red do the Codde (from "Cuth(bert)") and Gustav Coats (see also the Coty/Cottmore chevron). The Cottu/Coutu Coat also uses three-leaf clovers (that remind us of the Davenport/Donnell crosslets; see below), and as the surname includes Cotin/Coton variations, it likely links to the Cotte surname with Cottin/Cotton variation.

In Donegal of Ulster (Ireland), there is a Cottian location smack beside Dromore, and meanwhile the German Dromer surname has a Dumer (and Drummer) variation. It's the German Drommers/Dommes that use the red heron. The Dromer/Drummer Coat uses a three-leaf clover. PLUS, "County Donegal is famous for being the home of the once mighty Clan Dalaigh, whose most famous branch were the Clan O Domhnaill, better known in English as the O'Donnell Clan." There are the Dumnonii again. To the Irish, "Donegal" is "Dun na nGall." Recalling my trace of Davenports (Cheshire) to the Devon-based Dumnonii-Danann, note that the Davenport crosslet is the symbol of Donegal (and the Donnells/Donalds) as well. I don't think it's coincidental that the raven in the Codde Coat looks like the bird in the Scottish Donnell Crest.

Just to remind you, green snakes were recently found in the Gerram/Jarrom and Garry/Hare Coats; the latter uses a lizard and three-leaf clovers, two symbols used by the Harrigan/Aragan Coat, meaning that all three surnames are likely variations of one another. The Garry/Hare serpent is in the mouth of a red fox, giving the impression of links to Samson. The surnames are Ger(non)-like, as per Ranulf de Gernon...of the Goz family. As you can see, "Visconti" looks like "Vascon," an alternative for "Gascone."

The garb in the Harrigan Coat suggests links with Basques of Gascony, but ultimately with the Shala and Dagon cult as Ashkelon and Ashdod. Those cities were inhabited by Philistines against which Samson warred, though some of the Philistines he married, especially at Timnah i.e. a term like "Dumnonii." Coincidence?

I don't think so, for years ago I thought to I traced the SAMNite Sabines further back to Samson's TIMNah, while there is a Timna in Genesis who was Lotan's sister, the one who married the first son (Eliphaz) of Esau...together which they gave birth to Teman, not to mention Amalek (Genesis 36), two Edomite chiefs. Samson got his wife from Timnah (between Jerusalem and Gaza), or, if that was a mythical story, the Samson Daniy were merged with Timnites. I've reckoned that "Samson," as a myth code, depicted the founders of Beit Shemesh along the Brook of Sorek." "Shemesh" means sun and therefore the sun god (the symbol of the Sommer Coat). Sorek was near Timnah; Samson had an affair with Delilah, another woman, whom he met in Sorek.

"Delilah" smacks of "Lilu/Lilit/Lalla" the night demoness mentioned above. It's obvious to me that she represented a cult that stole children and infants for sacrifice to Molech and other similar "gods." Think Tyre and its daughter, Carthage. The Samson in the first chapter in which he is introduced (Judges 13) may have been a real man of God; perhaps "Samson" was play on words for the last Israeli Judge, Samuel, while also being code for Shemesh/Sames (= sun). But after that chapter, Samson is sinful and mythical, where the fox and ass are made his symbols. The people who created the myth then evolved into the Hercules Danaans/Mysians...from which came the Meschin and Samson surnames using scallops. It seems from the book of Judges that Samson's particular Daniy conquered Laish (brutally), a term perhaps rooted in "Lilith."

Again, the Savone Coat's white crescents on blue are shared by the Conte surname, and meanwhile I traced Meschins both to Ligurians and to the Conteville surname of Herluin. As the latter was also Herlwin, I found his personal Arms at the Herlwin-surname page (crowned red lions on white). Variations include Hurling so as to support a link to the Hurl/Harold/Herod Coat. I've already shown that the Herl Shield (with the Gascon-surname ducklings) use the Meschin format.

Starting from the white axe of the Axtells/Asketils (shared by Schumers), we go to the Kettle-like Chee surname using a double dancette...seen also in the Thommes and Doeman Coats (the latter smacks of the Doemer variation of the Dommes/Dommer surname). The Chee surname is more-properly "Cheadle," from the location of that name in Cheshire. The term looks like yet another Codde/Cotte variation. As per my theory that "Ches" derives from Hesse, Germany, note that "Cheadle" evokes the Cassel location beside Hesse...which is said to have been founded by a Catte/Chatti peoples! Possibly, therefore, Cheshire/Chester was named after Cheadle elements from the Chatti. The Hesse-surname Coat of Germany uses the sun, as does the German Sommers Coat.

The Ash surname of England was in Devon (i.e. think Dumnonii), but more in particular the surname was at D'esse Court. The Ash motto includes "sed omnibus," where a "Domni" is visible. The entire motto is "Non Nobis sed omnibus," where the first four letters spell "Nonn." Between "nonn" and "domni" are the letters "bisse," wherefore see the scallops (Meschin/Samson colors) in the Bisse Coat, and the two green snakes coiled in the Crest, two symbols connect-able to Asclepios...and the Cadusii Armenians that I've traced to the Catti/Chatti of Hesse!!

I KID YOU NOT, the paragraph above on the Bisse/Bis surname was written last night BEFORE the biscione serpent had entered my head this morning! Everything on Visconte was added to this update this morning! I now find that a Visconti variation is "Bisconti; see the Visconti Coat. The write up traces to a palace of "Duomo"! Now, back to what I wrote last night, including the "Zowie" to follow.

Zowie, the prudence motto term of the Bisse Coat suggested a peak at the French Prude surname, and it turns out to be from Puy-de-Dome, the area named after a volcano of that name. There may have been a double reason for using "Dome." The Prude surname is more-properly Prat(t) and Prad/Prade and may therefore link to the (mascle-using) Pratt surname of great importance. The Pratts and Bratts are traced (by me) to PodeBrady/PodeBrody (Bohemia), where the DRUMMonds inter-married, as per the marriage of the father of the first Drummond, George. NOW LOOK. The Irish Brady Coat uses a sun (recalling the Sommer sun), while the English Brod surname (in the colors and fashion of Bisse) was first found in SOMERset! The Fir Domnann, apparently a branch of the Somerset Dumnonii, lived in County Mayo (Ireland), smack beside County Galway where the Bradys were first found!

The German Dommers/Dommes and/or Dromores/Dumers may trace to the locality of Drummer (Hampshire), where the English Drummer surname was first found. The Dummer Coat uses the same blocks as do the German Blocks, wherefore the meaning of the eagle/falcon in the English Block/Blogg Coat, being the same bird as per the Irish Pratt Crest, is that Dummers do in fact link to Pratts. It all looks like evidence that George Drummond did marry a gal from Bohemia's PodeBrady.

I don't want to force the idea that Dommers and Drummonds were the same peoples, but I have come across evidence for that before. BUT NOW I can add that I traced Drummonds to the Sepharvite god, Adram, or "AdramMolech." This suggests a trace to North Africa, from where I think the Sepharvites arrived to Europe as per their Joktanite roots (Joktan's son, Hadoram, became the Adram a Hadoram-like location in Yemen). I have Joktanites and Sepharvites founding Occitania (southern France, and northern Spain at the mouth of the Ebro) and the Sephardic "Jews" of Spain respectively. Safe to say, the Heberite Irish link to such non-Israelite Hebrews. The question now is whether Drummonds trace to Edom's dark cults, or at least cults outside Edom but carried by Edomites. I did trace the Adonis cult of Phoenicia back to Aden in Yemen, and forward to the Edonians of Thrace, but as yet I don't know that they represented Edomites.

"Gael" is a term extending to the Irish founding of the Scots, but it could also refer to the Cruithne (or Ireland) evolution into the Pretani = Brits (it's to be suspected that mythical Arthur belonged to the Brit bloodline). I cannot find the term right now, but I know that Bruttium (= Calabria, Italy) was also called by a Breck-like term. Recall the Breconshire location in Wales.

Wikipedia's article on ancient Brycheiniog traces the location to a Heberite/Hiberno Irish entity, namely a legendary king, Brychon: "Celtic hagiography tells us that Brychan was born in Ireland, the son of a Prince Anlach, son of Coronac..." If this was written as myth code, might "Coronac" have been code for the Greek Coronis and/or Cronus???

The Arthur surname of Clapton (northern Somerset), and my trace of "Clapton/Clopton" to "Salop" (= Shropshire), should explain why the English Breck/Brech Shield (minus the symbol) is the Arthur Shield too, and why the Brecks were first found in Shropshire. These links are well explained by the fact that the Breck-like name of Bruttium corresponded to the domain of Calabria, where was found mount Alburnus (see map of Lucania), the alternative name, essentially, of the ExCalibur sword: "Caliburnus".

I would suggest that both Bruttium and Calabria were rooted in Lucanian territory, the former being named after the Bradanus river (shown), and the latter after Alburnus (the Laus river divides Lucania from Calabria/Bruttium). I suspect that Eburum, at the tip of mount Alburnus, represented Hebrews of Halybe/Khaldi origins (the Excaliber sword was also called "CALEDfwich"). To the north of Eburum one can see Abellinum, the Avellino that I say created the Avalon myth term, where Arthur was made to die. What peoples on Avalon did the Arthurians become? Why was a myth on his death called, "Le Morte de Arthur." Was it code for the Mortons i.e. Mauritanian Moors???

Note Buxentum/Pyxus at the southern side of Alburnus, for that term evokes the Pygmies and/or mythical AmPHYX of Garena the crane-woman. As a crane in Italian is a "gru," note Grumentum beside Pyxus. The Melpus river to Pyxus might even be derived from "Mopsus," Gerana's son.

I should also add that Tim has been urging me to focus on the pomegranate symbol connecting to the Ascalaphus owl cult. In Greek, that fruit is called, "garanus," and should therefore prove to be a symbol used by Gar/Garn-like surnames. I suspect mythical Sir Gareth, a round-table knight, and son of LOT (think "Lotan" elements) and of MORgause (Arthur's half-sister). He was also a brother to Gawain and GAHERis, and half brother of MORDred (= the one who killed Arthur). "[Gareth] is the subject of Book VII in Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur..."

[Insert -- Here's what Tim emailed me on February 6. I did not read this email until AFTER writing all of the above. I went to the email box just now to find the surname that Tim had found using a pomegranate. I wanted to know if it connected with anything in the paragraph above. Here is what the email said:

"Hi John, doesn't Pomerania sound as though it may have come from Pomegranate?

...The De malrau Name on one of my previous emails uses Pomegranates!"

Sweet red seeds! The Malrou pomegranate must link to the Malory surname!! The Malrou surname has a Malroy variation, and was first found in Gascony! The English Malory surname (first found in Leicestershire) uses the same colors. German Malors use blocks.

Tim's email also shares a BRADmead Coat, the Crest of which uses the Hood and Cattel mascle-symbol (only the third time I've seen this). The Hoods/Hudds/Hodes, remember, are likely variations of Codde/Cudd/Code, and the Cattel surname was found only when searching variations of the Chee/Cheadle surname! I mean, Tim's find is right on time. These things are yet more proof that God is sending YOU messages through readers. Why is God so intent on continuing these topics? Where is it all leading? Brad(mead) variations include Brod and Brode. The surname was first found in SOMERset, as was the Brod surname. Therefore, the Bradmead mascle should link to the Pratt mascle; the Brods use diamonds instead, in the colors of the Irish Pratts. The Pratts lead to the Bruces because the Belgian Pratts use the Scottish Bruce Shield, and see how that, written just now, fits in with the below written last night. [End insert]

Eburum is smack beside the Picentini of Picentia; my mother with Masci bloodline was born in the Abruzzo town of Picenzo, the founders of which, according to a book (in her home) on the town, were from nobles of Naples...i.e. near the Picentini of Picentia. I therefore trace "Eburum" to the Abreu surname that founded Abruzzo, for which reason, the Abruzzo capital, Aprutium (now Teramo i.e. "Drummond-like) should like with "Bruttium." I then trace the Bruce/Brusi surname both to the Bruzi variation of "Abruzzo," and to the Breck-like name of Bruttium.

The Abruzzo write-up: "One branch is claimed to be descended originally from Bruggia of Bruzi in Ferrara." Ferrara, ruled by the house of Este, is in the Emilia region of northern Italy, for which reason I trace Veres fundamentally to the term, for Veres are traced (by Veres) to a quasi-mythical "Milo" term. Interestingly, Ferrar was ruled by an Ezzo-like surname: Ezzelino. The castle of Este (Ferrara) was ruled by Azzo IV. Hmm. We saw the Ezzo surname in the counts of Berg (Germany), and in Este-related Hanover/Brunswick. In this picture, the Welf branch of Este looks like MILOuziana of the Veres, the so-called "Elfin/Elvin princess."

[Insert -- I traced the Pratts of Belgium to the city of Brugg/Bruges because that's where the Bruces are traced by others!!! Therefore, Bruggia of Bruzi in Ferrara must be where the Scottish Bruces originate. This has escaped me until now, but what better proof of the Bruce link to "Abreu." It is also stunning, as per the Coutu surname introduced today that my Abreu friend's mother has a Coutu surname!!!! This is all so eerie, as though people positioned close in my life have surnames important to God's revelation to you. End insert]

The white-on-black horseshoes of the English Ferrer/Ferriers Coat made it to the white-on-black horseshoes of the Scottish Randolph Coat (the one with bat Crest, and Macclesfield cross). There is even a black horseshoe (and ostrich) in the English Ferrar/Ferriers Crest.

Okay, back to today, and wondering about THOMas Malory's "Morte" term. The Morte Coat uses a single large crescent, what could be construed to be an Arab symbol because the Moor peoples were in-part from Arab and/or Muslim descent. I did not links Moors to the Moreno surname due to use of the term in the quote below, but its use tends to prove that the Moratin variation of the Moreno surname refers to the Mauritanian domain:

"In the Spanish language, the term for Moors is Moro; in Portuguese the word is mouro. There seems to have been some confusion about the relationship of the word moro/mouro to the word moreno (which means brown), both from Greek mauros, i.e. black. However, the two words have different etymological roots.

The Andalusian Moors of the late Medieval era inhabited the Iberian Peninsula [= Spain] after the Moorish conquests...The Moors' rule stretched at times as far as modern-day Mauritania...a state which covered northern portions of modern Morocco...The people of the region were noted in Classical literature as the Mauri.

...'They were called Maurisi by the Greeks,' wrote Strabo, 'and Mauri by the Romans.' During that age, the Maure or Moors were trading partners of Carthage, the independent city state founded by Phoenicians."

Does anyone suspect that remnants of Hannibal Carthaginians (later the Berbers?) merged with pre-Muslim Moors (Ishmaelites/Edomites?) to evolve into elements of the proto-Arthurian cult? Part of the Moor realms included Mali, what could be the root of "Malory":

"The Mali Empire or Manding Empire...was a West African empire of the Mandinka from c. 1230 to c. 1600 [AD]. The empire was founded by Sundiata Keita [Keith surname?] and became renowned for the wealth of its rulers, especially Mansa Musa I."

Is that a fleur-de-lys at the tip of Mansa Musa's staff? From where did he get his Musa surname? The Masseys/Mascis and Mascals use fleur-de-lys. The Kieth Coat is obtained when entering "Maskall." The Keiths/Maskalls were first in Haddington (Lothian), where is found Musselburgh! I suggested that this term traces to Muslim elements, and perhaps king Mandsa Musa was named by Maskalls of that place. The Mascall Crest is an elephant! As in Africa? Do the Malets have anything to do with Mali's royals?

Digging deeper, I've just found the Mal(l) surname with Mallibone variation...first found in Cheshire! It uses colors of the Mascalls and Masseys. It uses a Marly variation while the Marly surname is the Marley surname that I have already traced to Meschins because, for one, their Coat uses Meschin colors. Marlys were first found in Cheshire, but they came from Morlaix, Normandy. The Morely Coat uses Marley colors, AND while it shows Mal-like surnames such as "Mawley" and "Maughley," a quick click to the Scottish Morely Coat shows only two surnames: Maule, Maull, Maul!!!! The green dragon in the Maule-Morley Crest could be the Arab color.

Amazing how things click along in this "progressive revelation." It could even be that "Malory" is a "Marley" variation.

The French Malet Coat uses green hammers, and because it's variations are predominantly "Mail__," a quick check of the Mail surname is warranted...which surname was first in Cheshire! It's variations show: Meols, Meals, Mele, and Meill.

The English Mal(l)et Coat is the one using scallops in the colors of Corunna, Spain. It is said to be derived from "Malle," an apt term to describe Mali elements. BUT, NOW, recalling the theory above that the pomegranate symbol should link to Gar-like terms as per the Greek, "[Pome]garanos," it may have seemed a disappointment to find the symbol in the Marlou Coat (that MUST SURELY describe the Thomas-Mallory bloodline). But Mallory created mythical Sir Gareth. AND, in the Mallet write-up: "William Mallet was descended from Gerard, a Viking prince and companion of Rollo..." A check of the Gerard Coat finds 'G' versions but also Jared and Jarrett variations...assuming the existence of "Gared/Garrett," what is essentially Sir "Gareth."

Checking to see whether a Mussel surname can reveal clues as per Musselburgh's links to Mansa Musa of the Mali empire, the Mussel surname was found, with the Mascall-like variation of "Muscel/Muscelle." To support a Malory link to these entities, both it and the Mosely surname were in Leicestershire. The Mosels use colors reversed from the Moselys/Mosleys.

As the suspicion is a Malory connection to "Marly," see the write-up to the Marrell/Morel Coat: "This name stems from the Old French word Moor..." The Morel motto term, "esto," is found in the Maxton Coat...with a Coat similar to the Morel's.

It can't be a coincidence that the MARLborough Crest uses a Moor's head. "The Marlborough family lived in Cheshire, at the manor of Marbury..." They must have been the Marlys/Marleys of Cheshire. The Marlborough Coat (as well as the Marbury Coat) uses the engrailed fat cross of Macclesfield, in the same color. The town of Maxton was "Mackeston" as well, while Macclesfield was early, "Makesfield."

THEREFORE, as the Moors were merged with Meschins, they could have been merged first with proto-Meschins in Britain, and those British proto-Meschins were very likely the Arthurian-Clare-Hicks lines at Salop/Shropshire. The Arthur Shield is a chevron on colors reversed from the Maxton Shield. The Rutherfords/Rudderfords were from Maxton, BUT, I've just learned, the Rutters/Rudders (garb) were from Cheshire!

Zowie, the Rutters use "Melite amor" as a motto, and the same-colored Amor Coat uses "malis." AND, the entire motto, "Tu ne cede malis," looks like it starts with "Tunis." The Amor/Amoor Crest is yet another talbot, and the Coat uses the Italian Marino/Marina symbol.

February 10

[Today's update could trace the origin of "Mason" correctly]

With Obama going down in the polls even after his bursts of television appearances, the world stage is turning a little more to Russia:

"Viktor Yanukovych, the winner of Ukraine's presidential election, has called on his rival to abandon her protests and resign as prime minister.

Yulia Tymoshenko's camp has said it is determined to challenge the results..."

Yanukovych won by less than four percent. But that's enough to make Putin very happy because Yanukovych is pro-Russian while the former leader is pro-West. Simultaneous with the victory, the Russian military leader charged that the U.S. missile shield is pointed toward Russia...which seems to me to be an excuse for Russia to point weaponry at Europe. AND, earlier this month, Iran said that there would be a big bad surprise on February 11th, tomorrow. I've been thinking that it will be on the small, not-so-bad side, since Iran made it public before it happens.

There's no news to report from Israel. "Iraq staggered toward a resolution of its election crisis on [February 7] as the country's leaders gave an appeals court time to reconsider a ban on hundreds of candidates barred from next month's election because of alleged links to Saddam Hussein's Baath Party." That situation awaits an outcome; it's the most-important thing to watch as per the rise of the anti-Christ.

In a more-recent article: "Almost all the candidates who contested their ban from Iraq's upcoming parliamentary election did not submit their cases properly and lost the chance to appeal, an Iraqi legal body said [yesterday]." It sounds as though this legal body is pro-Maliki, seeking to undo the court-decision ban by countering with trumped technicalities. The Sunni must view it as un-democratic, corrupt. Meanwhile, Russia is reinforcing its holds on Caucasia.

A Democrat who opposed the Bush war like a crusader, John Murtha, died yesterday. Hmm. That's like "Morton/Moratin." The Murtha/Moriarty Coat was therefore checked, to find another green snake (in the Crest).

"Murtha" is rooted in an Irish Muir clan, and when checking "Muir," the Scottish Mure/Moor Coat comes up, with Moor-head in Crest. As per the "Duris" motto term of the Moors, the Dure surname was checked. The French Dures (blue and gold checks fill the Shield) could just be the proto-Stewarts if Dol:

"The [Dure] family were well established in the region of Dol and several members of the family distinguished themselves through their contributions toward the community in which they lived and were rewarded with lands, titles and letters patent confirming their nobility. They were anciently the Lords and Counts of Auvergne and Brettagne."

Certainly, the checked Dure Shield has the making for forming the blue and white checks used by the Scottish Stewarts. The surname evolved into D'dure and then Hure, Hurette (from the Durette variation) and Hurel (from "Durel," shown). Therefore, I had better record that there is another French Hurel Coat (three-leaf clovers) with Hure and Huret variations, but no "D' versions. I recall that the green snake belonged to Gar-using surnames such as Gerram/Jarrom and Garry/Hare Coats; the latter's three-leaf clover linked to the same in the Harrigan/Aragan Coat.

The clover has been equated with "club," as per the suit in a deck of cards. The Hurel Coat uses such clubs, wherefore, I checked the Club surname. By that time, it had already entered my mind that these surnames, linking back to "Murtha," were of the Axelrod-et-al Hacks/Hykes. Surprised to see the Club Coat because I had seen it elsewhere, I quickly remembered that it was used by the Scottish Hykes/Hacks Coat, albeit it in colors reversed and with hake/cod instead of the salmon in the Club Coat. The Club/Clobbe surname (from "Clobbere" i.e. like "clover") "was commonly found in the area of Farndon, Cheshire where the family first lived." The Farndon Coat uses an unusual purple Shield; the family likely links to the French Ferand/Ferrons with Meschin-formatted Shield.

You're probably thinking that connecting the Club surname to the Hurels based on the Hurel club symbol is a fanciful stretch. In any case, the apparent link of Hykes to the Clubs/Clobbes is reinforced where they smack of Clop/Clap(ton). Is it a coincidence that the latter were also first in Cheshire? This is relevant because the Claptons have already been traced to the Arthurian Hicks!! That is, the Hicks and Arthur surnames of Clapton (Somerset) both used the clarions of the Arthur Coat.

As per the Durate/Durette variations of the French Dures, the Durant Coat uses blue on white, and three black bugle horns, colors and symbols of the Arms of Macclesfield Borough (Cheshire). This can be explained by the proto-Meschin home in Durham, before the Briquessart family there came to Cheshire. I therefore suspected that the Durham Coat should show signs of Dure links, and ZOWIE, the Durham Shield is essentially the Muir/Mure/Moor/More Shield...with "Duris" motto term!! All this and the below is what the Murtha surname has wrought today, for "Muir" was picked up from the Murtha page.

Yesterday, I felt that God revealed the direction that He wants this revelation to go in. It started with Tim's timely email showing the pomegranate of the Malrou Coat, which led to the discovery of Malory and Meschin elements in North Africa...just as I was starting to emphasize, in previous days, Moratins-et-al from North Africa. Tim's email was read (by me) just as I had started to write on Thomas Malory's "Le MORTE d'Arthur." That could not have been a coincidence, happening on the day that John Murtha passed away.

It was in yesterday's update that focus was started on the child-eating Visconti snake...that I think refers to anti-Christ elements, from Hebrews>Iberians crossing to Spain, from north Africa. Included in these Iberians were the Basques, also called "Biscaynes." The Visconti serpent is a "biscione." I said that the Visconti serpent is blue, and it is, but it was GREEN in the beginning! I learned this last night. The Murtha Crest, you see, uses a green snake, wherefore one could begin to conjecture that the Visconti snake is from Mauritanian elements. The Visconti serpent was in the colors of Lombardy:

"Lombardia corresponds roughly to the region around Milan. Milan was in the hands of the Visconti family since 1277, and their arms were Argent a serpent vert (crowned) swallowing a child gules..."

That is, a green serpent on silver/white, swallowing a red child. The serpent is to have seven curves. In the article above, we find that "As counts of Pavia [the Viscontis] bore Visconti impaled with or three eagles sable [= black] per pale." The only symbol in the Murtha Shield: a black eagle!

It's interesting that the Viscontis were associated with the Massino region that is now called Massino Visconte, in Piedmont (interior Liguria). The Italian Masci surname seems an appropriate link because it was first in Piedmont. There is a Massi surname that I have never checked until now. It used blue and white checkers, the color of the Viscontis now, and the very symbol used by the Scottish Stewarts. In fact, the Scottish Stewart Coat looks much like the Massi Coat. If one places another gold band across the bottom third of the Shield, it will become the Stewart Shield exactly! I figured by now that the Meschins and Stewarts were somehow merged in Shropshire, but I had no idea that the nearness of the two families were such that they use the very same Coat, almost.

Yet it seems that the Stewarts of Dol were Dures, explained in that Meschins of Durham moved to Cheshire. While the French Dures use blue and gold checks, the Scottish Dures use a blue Chief with white Shield, no symbols shown. It's the Massi/Visconti...and Conte colors. In fact, the Conti Coat also uses gold as a third color! As the Contevilles (of Meschin ancestry) were also Burghs, note that the German Burghs use the very same three colors, white-on-blue, with gold thrown in.

Plus, a few days ago I suggested that the proto-Stewarts of Dol were of the Guis/Goz surname, a term that is not far from "Bis," as for example the Biscaynes were also called Gascones. Moreover, the Bes surname of France uses a white star on blue, the star colors of the German Burgh Coat. CLEARLY, there is a Burgh and Conteville connection to the Viscontis, but as the Murthas have been connected to Viscontis, see the German Bes/Bez Coat, a black eagle (!)...exactly, in size and shape, the Murtha eagle!!

The write-up for the Italian Milan Coat may explain the origin of Massino in Sicily's Messina, and that brings one facing out to sea to north Africa:

"[The Milani/Milano surname was] First found in Messina...Its history begins in 397 B.C. After a checkered history the Saracens took it in 831, and the Normans in 1061."

The Saracens, hum? The English Sarasin surname uses crescents (the Muslim/Arab symbol), and was first found in Cumberland, a region ruled by Meschins. The French Sarasin Coat is a white fat cross on white, the Arms of Piedmont!!! The surname was first found in Brittany!!!

I'm getting the impression that the Sarasin clan moved along with the Massi/Massino clan to proto-Stewart Brittany, but moved in conjunction with the related Viscontis who settled, and perhaps named, Biscayne. Brittany overlooks the bay of Biscay, in fact. Yes, it is thought that the proto-Stewart Alans were Alan Huns, and I think so too, but the proto-Stewarts had at least one other major bloodline in their ancestry, and it looks like the Massi/Massino bloodline.

The Durants were early in Salop, where the Meschins and British Alans were first found. The English Durants use fleur-de-lys in Meschin-scallop colors, and a double dancette, the symbol seen recently in families linked to Devonshire/Somerset Dumnonni. The Scottish Dures use Dewer/Dewar variations, Dumnonii-conspicuous because the Dewey surname was first found in Devon. The Dewey Coat looks like a Meschin Shield with the same colors tossed about. I recall suggesting that the Sturtevant/Sturtdevant surname was a Stuart-Devon combination ("Stuart" is the French variation).

The double dancette is a symbol used also by the Chee/Cheadle surname that I think may have named "Cheshire." As the Dunhams/Dounhams/Downhams/Dumains also use the dancette, while Doeman/Douman/Dowman use a double dancette in Dunham-dancette colors, "dancette" itself may have been code for "Danaan" and/or the Danann goddess, Dana.

This never ends. Check out the Duman/Doman Coat, the double dancette in Dunham/Dowman colors, but lined with garbs. The German Duman surname is registered under the Damann surname (i.e. like "Dumnonii/Domnann"). As the German Damanns were from Oldenberg, where we saw the Alden/Alten surname, see that the English Alten Coat is essentially the Acton Coat.

I can't recall ever saying that "Acton," a surname first in Cheshire and Shropshire, may have formed from "Maxton," since after all the Acton write-up derives the surname from "Axton." This, coupled with other traces of the Hykes' to the Meschin fold, could reveal mythical Ector to be a Maxwell/Macclesfield/Meschin family...if the Ector surname was indeed linked to Actons.

The Duman garbs are gold-on-blue, colors of the grabs in the Arms of Cheshire (Gascony has gold garbs on red). This Doeman surname shows many Dol-like variations so that the surname is appropriately, DOLman!!! Once again, we see a fundamental Alan-of-Dol link to the Meschins. The Arms of Macclesfield has a gold garb on the blue lion, and of course the white cross on red...roughly matching the Arms of Piedmont and the Sarasin Coat.

But now I am in trouble. Most of the time, things go smoothly, and few corrections are needed. But now, I can't see a solution. For the Massi surname, which should connect to the Saracins of Massino, shows no such variations. All of them at Matt-like terms, said to be from "Matthew." That doesn't sound as though it can be from Mieszko I of Poland, not the Meshech. It gets worse, because if I suggest that the Massi surname does not connect to the Mascis of Piedmont, nor even to Massino Visconti, the black eagle in the Massi Chief says otherwise, for it's a Visconti symbol.

It gets still worse, for as I link the Meschins to the Burghs, whom I KNOW as a CERTAINTY use (though no loner shown at a red triple chevron on gold (the Dutch branch, anyway), the English Matthew Coat uses a gold triple chevron on red (colors reversed). PLUS, the same Matthew Crest uses a red scallop, a Meschin symbol but in the color of the Sabine-surname scallop. I say that Sabines named Savona of Liguria, and it's the Savone surname that uses three white crescents on do the French Contes. While the Savone page shows Safini-like variations (i.e. what the historical Sabines were called alternatively), the Savona surname is registered with the Sabine family.

It's as if the Meschin term evolved in this order: Matthew>Massi>Masci>Meschi(n) so as to be originally Matthew. I can't bear to go back and change the many times that Meschins were traced to Polish royals or the Meshech or Mysians, so I'm praying that it's the other way around: Mesech>Mieske>Meschin>Masci>Massi>Matti>Matthew.

It gets worse. The Duman variation of the German Damann surname, identical to the Duman variation registered under the Dolman surname, uses an odd bar, shaped like an 'M,' that I had never seen before except in one other Coat, earlier in the day. It is the Dutch Burgh Coat! YES, THIS IS THE ONE THAT USED TO BE A RED TRIPLE CHEVRON ON GOLD, BUT IS NOW USING THE SYMBOL OF THE DOLMAN COAT.


But, the Massis are Matthews. I don't get it. The Scottish Matthews even use the crosslet used by Davenports et al.

The Arms of Massimo Visconte are red (castle) on gold, the colors of the Dutch Burghs. IN FACT, the Massino Visconte castle looks much like the Moreno-like castle in the Arms of Burgos. See alternative castle of Burgh designs showing one in gold on red (Dutch Burgh colors).

Something interesting has been found by entering "Matthau" (thanks be to Walter Matthau, the actor). It brings up Matthew surnames looking much like variations of "Massi(e)." For example, Mathias, Mathe(son), and Mathies.

Possibly, therefore, the Massi and Masci/Massie surnames evolved into, not from, "Mathie/Mathi," thus resulting in a slew of Matthew clans. I'm praying for proof. Perhaps that proof starts with the Mathie Coat itself, a potential variation of the Massi Coat, for the two Shields are essentially colors reversed. AND, the first variation shown at the Massi page is "Mattei," much like "Mathie." I find it curious, however, that all the shown variations are hard-tt "Matts," and yet "Massi" is registered.

BUT, the variations (caps mine), MatteUCCI, MattUSSI, MattUZZI, MattiASSI, MattiATO, MattiAZZI, MattiELLO, and MattiONI, all have corresponding 'M' surnames: Mucci, Mussi, Muzzi, Massi, Miato, Mazzi, Miello, and Moni. That is, there is a Coat found for all those if the family stock found the practice (or scheme) of placing a "Matt" in front of their branches.

That idea caused me to look up "Matt," which found a German Matt/Matte Coat WITH FLEUR-DE-LYS (!), and the colors used being two of the Meschin colors. Although the write-up claims that the Matt family derives its variations from "Matthew," the variations shown DO NOT bear that out.

Some of the M surnames above (e.g. Miello, Moni) do not seem to apply to the Masci/Massi line, but Mucci does, for it uses fleur-de-lys on a red shield, reflecting the Massey/Macey surname from Cheshire's Dunham Massey. I think the French Massey/Masse surname applies because it was first found in Savoy (Piedmont).

The Italian Mazza/Mazzi surname also seems to apply because it is said to mean, hammer or mace, which then links it to the English Macey Coat, using a mace. The Maceys -- spelled "MacEy" by the page -- are said to have been first in Cheshire, as with the Masseys, BUT also from Macey, Normandy, as with the Massey write-up. Therefore, the MacEys and Masseys, along with the Mazzis/Mazzas (and therefore likely the Savoy Masses/Masseys), were one bloodline. AND, as we can see, "Mazzi" looks like it could be the Massi family...first found in Abruzzo.

I am rolling the idea in my mind that "MacEy links to Ey(stein), the name of Rollo's grandfather. I'll keep one ey open for the possibility. There is feasibility because Maceys "were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy [Rollo's descendant], their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 A.D." Hmm, the Eyton (= Ey-ton) surname was first found in Shropshire (where Meschins were first found, though Meschins, and Mascis/Masseys, ruled in Cheshire). The page mentions a fellow, Samson Eyton, conspicuous because I linked the Samson Coat to the Meschin Coat. AND, the Eaton Coat (surname first in Cheshire) uses the Samson-surname symbol. There is also an Eyston surname with Massey colors, but it shows Eastton/Eastowne variations.

It's as if a branch of Maceys became viewed wrongly by Irish/Scots as MacEys. The same mistake seems to have occurred with the Macie spelling, for it's registered with the Irish "MacIan/MacAne/MacKain" family. Possibly, therefore, Eystein the viking was from the Maceys/Macies that were confused as MacEys. Keep in mind that Astons were first in Cheshire, possibly named after "Eysteins" or "Eastons/Eystons." Or, Maxtons came first, followed by Axtons/Actons > Astons, and only thereafter did Eysteins/Eystons appear as a MacEy and Aston combination. In this picture, the Astons are no longer from "Estonia." Or, the Astons were from Estonia, and merged with Cheshire Macies so that MacEys and Astons together formed "Maxton>Acton."

Then there is the Mussi surname that I've surmised from MattUZZI. This one is very interesting because I've just linked "Massi" to the Dol proto-Stewarts. It's interesting because the Muzzi surname was first found in Brittany! The Muzzi Coat is just a large eagle, the very same one used by the Murtha and Bez surnames...that I've linked to the Viscontis!! This is important because the Massi term should have derived from the location of Massino Visconti (Piedmont).

If the Muzzis can be linked to the Massi clan because I had traced the Massis to proto-Stewarts before knowing that Muzzis existed, or that Muzzis were first in Brittany, then I have a bombshell. The Muzzi eagle is a German design (called the "Adler eagle) in the colors of the German Matt Coat (no Matthew-like variations shown)...that I think merged with the Massis to form Mattassi, Mattuzzi, etc. The German Matts can then be traced to the Matthew surname of Britain because the Welsh Matts/Matthews use the same colors. That could be deemed a coincidence if not for the fact that the Matt/Matthew lion is black on gold, the color of the English Samm/Sammes lion (!!), thus explaining how the Meschins and Samsons were related.

In other words, or so goes one theory, the Muzzis/Massis (or proto-Muzzis/Massis) found a marital alliance(s) with the Samm/Sammes clan (could have happened in Italy, could have happened in Britain), and borrowed their lion. The Muzzi/Massi of Sam then merged with the Matthews (could have happened in Wales, maybe elsewhere) and became the Matt-Muzzis/Matt-Massis, but removed to Italy they were Mattuzzis/Mattassis...while the Matthew side, still carrying the Massey/Masci fleur-de-lys, branch became the German Matts. In this picture, the Massis are NOT from the Matthew clan, but rather merged with it...perhaps giving rise to the Mathie/Matthau surname. It's hard to say whether the English Matthews, using the Burgh (and Clare) triple chevron in colors reversed, were a Massey-come-Matthew clan, or a Matthew clan distinct from, but merging with, the Masseys.

There is a Maso surname first found in Piedmont. It uses red rose as does the Italian Mazzo/Mazzi Coat. The Maso surname said to be derived from "Tommaso," which is possible, but I don't buy the stated derivation in "Thomas," for there are T versions of that "Tommaso" could have been the Samm-Maso alliance! What's incredible is that entering "Som," in seeking proof for the Samm-Maso theory, brings up the Sinclair Coat!! Remember, the Sinclair cross is also the Macclesfield cross design, and for multiple other reasons the Meschins link to Clares.

More amazing yet, because it was just discovered after writing the above paragraph, is that the WELSH (!!) Tomasso surname (works only with one 'm') was first found in Cheshire!! "Tomasso" (Italians use two 'm's at times) could even be linked to the Dommes/Sommes-et-al surname dealt with in recent updates!!! I recall that entering "Sun" also brings up the Sinclair Coat, as if the clan was named after, or merged with, "Sommers."

One can even trace the Tomasso Coat to the German/Bavarian Thomme Coat, for both use essentially the same horizontal bars, in the same colors. Variations include: Thomme, Thoman, Thom, Thoeman ["Doeman???] Demel and Dehmel. The Coat uses the Gascon duckling.

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! Looking again at the Dunham-like English Doeman/Douman/Dowman Coat, we find five bunched arrows, verifying what came to mind (but was at first glance rejected) upon seeing the Tomasso Coat, that it's linked to the Camerons, for the Cameron Coat likewise has the same-colored bars...AND the very same bunched arrows in the Crest! The Cameron write-up derives from "the Gaelic word cam-shron, which means wry or hook-nosed," but I see yet another "Sam."

In other words, the Dunham-related Doemans were Thommes-branch Tomassos, and the latter are Sam-Masos linked with Samrons/Camrons.

Five arrows tied in the middle are a Rothschild symbol, and I recall finding evidence for the Masci clan in Bavaria, explaining why the German Thommes were first found in Bavaria. Could it be that the red shield of the Rothschilds is of Edom elements??? I do trace Rothschilds to the so-called "Red Jews" of the Khazars, but could these Hebrews have been from Esau, thus giving rise to "Hesse" (where the first Rothschilds were familiar)??? The Doeman surname was found as per the Doemer variation of German Dommes/Dommer!! Isn't a tomato red? There are Tomati and Tomado variation in the Tomasso clan, serving as evidence that the surname was from "Edom," a term based in "red."

BUT THERE'S MORE. As the English Doeman Coat uses a double dancette, ditto for the English Thom Coat! Plus, the Camerons, in their write-up, appear linked to the Domnann, which is where I traced "Doeman/Douman/Doman."

The Italian Tomasso Coat shows all sorts of Massi-like variations: Tommasi, Tomasi, Tommassi, Tomaz, Tomassich, Tommaselli, Tommasini, Tommasoni [keep that last one in mind]. Yet there are others not reflecting "Thomas" so that the family may have developed "Thomas" rather than being derived from it.

NOW LOOK. Seeking Massino-like surnames, I found what could be the lowest cellar of the drunken skunks called masons...who are not free at all, but enslaved to false-Christian doctrine without hope in Hell. Entering "Masin" brings up the Italian Maso Coat, using red roses, the symbol of Rosicrucians. BUT entering "Massin," which is closer still to "Massino," brings up an English Mason/Masson Coat!!! Those are the only two variations shown, wherefore it would appear that Masons are from Massino.

PLUS PLUS, the Mason Crest is Melusina/Holle/Mari, the same green-tailed woman seen in the Moray Crest. I would venture to say, therefore, that her green tail, which is also a serpent's tail in European mythology, links to the Visconti serpent. The Veres lay claim to her too.

The Mason surname was first found in Kent; some say that Kent is the largest Freemason hub today. I'm sure that the surname has been linked to Freemasons before, BUT DID ANYONE KNOW THAT IT LINKS BACK TO MASSINO VISCONTI? Not the public, for this discovery requires a man moved by God, for ten years and counting, from a Masci bloodline, who recognizes that he is being moved by God to dig into the Masci find what God wants all to know.

Let me repeat: the Doeman clan has Dol-like variations, including Dolman. I am convinced that the proto-Stewarts of Dol were both Veres and Massis/Massins. The Massins/Masons of Kent are said to have been from the Isle of Thanet, a Dan-like term. Entering Danet brings up three red roses on white, thus possibly linking to Maso. However, variations include many JorDAN-like terms, but also Denon, Denet, Denot, Deneau, Danon, and Danot. The surname was first found in Brittany! The Danet Shield appears to be related to the Alan-of-Brittany Shield (and Acton Shield).

Let's not forget the Tommasoni variation of the Italian Tomassos. Just as I think that the "Massi" registered under the Mattiassi surname assumes a Matt-Massi combination, so there may have been Domme-Massi combinations. I realize that at this point thgere is an abundance of speculation, I hope to make better sense of it all. The "Mattiassi/Mattiuzzi" term, if these clans link back to the Hylsos, may even speak to the Azzi ancestry of the Hyksos. Then again, as the surname was first found in Abruzzo/Abruzzi, it may speak to that term, though the latter can link back to a Hebrew Azzi peoples.

The fact that the Massi/Mattiassi Coat uses Cohen checks suggests a trace to Khazar kagans, and possibly Khazars were named after the Assi relatives of the Tochrians, for a Hebrew-named (i.e. Joseph) Khazar king claimed to be from Togarmites...which may have been true on one side only. That is, Hebrews likely merged with Togarmite Khazars, but Joseph didn't want to reveal his Hebrew side to the Spanish Sephardics that were asking him whether or not Khazars were Hebrews.

February 11

Sarasin-surname symbol -- the Arms of Piedmont, and colors reversed from the Arms of Milan -- but it helps to explain how the Masons are also Rosicrucians. To Tim goes much credit for this, for he not only found the Sarasin Coat, but helped to link them to the Russell surname while also assisting in a Russell link to the Meschins.

I don't think it's a coincidence that Roslin is in Lothian, where also the Musselburgh Meschins were found. If it's true that Russells developed from Roussillon/Rosellon (Languedoc), then we could expect them in Roslin (Rose-line?) too. We already know that Meschins were tied heavily to the Claros Rus vikings, and in very fact Roslin was granted/assigned (by the Conqueror) to the Sinclair clan for a reason that we should like to know. If it had that name before 1066, then it was likely founded by Rollo-related Rus. The Russells should equate with the Templar-infatuated Rus vikings of the Claro fold.

The question is: why would the vikings be at all interested in conquering Jerusalem? I've always suspected that an Amorite past has everything to do with the Templar movement. One can see a Moor/More term developing from "Amorite." At the end of February 9, I left you with this:

...the Rutters/[Rudders] use "Melite amor" as a motto, and the same-colored Amor Coat uses "malis." AND, the entire motto, "Tu ne cede malis," looks like it starts with "Tunis." The Amor/Amoor Crest is yet another talbot, and the Coat uses the Italian Marino/Marina symbol.

All that was to say that the Rus appeared linked with Moors. I had (years ago) found one article tracing Varangian-Rus origins to Rudr/Rud'r term/family (in Sweden, I think), though the page disappeared soon after. The Rudders were first in Cheshire, and should link to Rutherfords. But if these were Varangian (Vere?) stock, then the clans that they associated with, such as the Maxtons/Maxwells/Maccles, may have been Varangians too. Like the Rutter/Rudder Coat, the Ross Coat shows a white lion on red. The impression is that the Rudder>Ross link represent the Rus/Russells that we should be looking for among the Meschins.

The Spanish Amor Coat shows an Amo variation smacking of Hamo de Masci of Cheshire. It also uses red hearts on white, a symbol that will come up again (later in today's update) in a new Meschin trace, this time to an Angus-Visconti link (is that An-Guz?). It also uses eight-pointed stars, a symbol (said to be the Ishtar star) used by the Rothstein/Rothschild Coat. The pillar represents the Hercules cult at ancient western "Atlantis." The Amor surname was first found in Castille, a capital city of which is Burgos.

On January 17, I traced "Hamo" to the Meschin-like Hames Coat and to the Amos/Hames surname, the Coat of which is even more comparable with the Sarah Coat than the Pullen Coat (you're keeping in mind that "Sara" is Russell-special). Both the Amos and Ross Crests use rings (used also by the Burghs/Burgos) that we are to see again in the Coat of the first Visconti ruler of Milan.

I traced "Amos/Amis" to Amisos near Samsun (Cappadocia), likely named after "Amazon" (or vice-versa). That convinced me more that Meschins were from the Meshech (for I had discovered that Amazons were Meshech). It is my strong impression that Berbers of Mauritania, also called "Amazighen," were Amazons. It is no secret that Amazon branches lived across north Africa, providing an Aryan/Scythian element in a Hamite realm. NO, I do not think that Hamo, also called "Hamon," traces to "Ham."

In other words, among the Moors were Amazons (anciently, "Amurru"), and Hamo de Masci can therefore trace to both Amazons and the A-Moor-ites of Templar importance. The Sarah clan are yet from a third peoples, I would guess: the north-African Arabs/Saracens. Since the Sarah surname is said to be from "Saire," note that both the French Saire and Amos Coats use a white rose, making the Rus link to "Amos" all the stronger, and suggesting, perhaps, a Saracen merger with Amazons. We can ask whether "Mesch(in)" derived from an Amazhigen-like name for the north-African Amazons, in which case we could trace Polish king Mieszko back to them rather than trace Mieszko forward to the Meschins.

In any case, we don't lose sight of the Moravian blood in the Polish kings from Mieszko, which should be Amorite blood from the Merovingians.

If the Saires were Saracens of north Africa, it makes sense for them to appear in southern Europe. The French Saires were first found in the region of the Rhodanus/Rhone which I traced the Varangians at the time that I had traced them to their Rudr family. The Rodez and Roussillon regions are there too, and the Rodez Ruthenians were also called "Russi." Clearly, there was a Ruthene>Rothes>Ruther>Rutter line merging with Meschins that were associated with north-African elements.

My conclusion is that the A-Moor-ites were from Jerusalem, and that they put it into the heads of the Rus and the Franks to go conquer the city. I suspect that the AMoorites were linked with Meroe/Merowe (now a location in Sudan), the origin of the Merovingian-branch Franks. There was a Mero location further south of Merowe, the peoples of which were/are called "Amero." I see the AMoorites of Mauritania/Morocco/wherever founding the Moor side of the Merovingians (they had several sides), who then founded Moravia (about 800, when the Carolingians had put them out of business).

I came to believe yesterday, as a result of Tim's email two days ago, that God wants us to know of links between the Meschin fold and the Arabs of north Africa. That was BEFORE (only by hours) I discovered the Saracen link to the Messino>Massino line. I therefore do not think it was a coincidence. That is, the Saracens of the Messino-Massino line are the particular "Che sara sara" motto of the Russell Coat. One can even see a "Cheshire" in that motto.

Perhaps we shouldn't speculate so soon, but frankly I'm worried that this topic has gone on far too long in what are supposed to be Iraq updates. It's a good thing there is time right now as the Iraqi situation develops. Probably, the bloodline topic has much to do with explaining the coming circumstances in Iraq. We shall see.

I was stunned by the revelations on Mansa Musa of Mali two days ago. The question is whether the European, Templar- or Meschin-related Saracens were responsible for his Musa surname. Not only were the French Sarasin and French Musy/Mussey/Moussy surnames both found first in Brittany, but the gold-on-black Musy eagle (like the eagle in the Murtha Coat) is in colors reversed from the Visconti eagle. Whether the Visconti eagle displayed at that link was the original, I do not know, but I recognize it as the Hohen eagle.

Visconti ancestry traces to southern Italy as well:

"It is thought that the Milanese Visconti had their origins in a family of capitanei (cfr. the modern surname Cattaneo) whom archbishop Landulf of Milan (978-998) had granted certain feudal holdings...A document from the year 1157 says the Visconti were holders of the captaincy of Marliano (today Mariano Comense)..." (link above).

There is a Cataneo Coat. The write-up: "The Cataneo family lived in Catani, a province located at the foot of Mount Etna, on the Gulf of Catani. In the 8th century BC, the province of Catani was founded by the Greeks..." Wikipedia: "on the east coast of Sicily, close to Messina and Catania."

BINGO! The theory that the Saracens of Messina moved up to Milan with the Viscontis now looks like fact. Remember, the Milan-surname write-up says: "First found in Messina..." It's hard to say whether the Scottish Milans/Mullins are related, but suffice it to record its black lion on gold, the color of the Samson lion and the Welsh Matthews to whom I traced (yesterday) the Massi variation (I assume "Massi" speaks to Massino Visconti).

Can we tie the Marlborough/Marbury Coat to the phrase in the quote above: "the Visconti were holders of the captaincy of Marliano (today Mariano Comense)"? The Marlborough page shows mainly Mar___ surnames, and just one 'l' version: Malbank. Yet "Marl(borough)" is registered with this surname, speaking well to the Malriano aka Mariano surname, especially as the Marlborough/Marbury clan was first in Cheshire, AND because the Coat uses the white cross of Macclesfield (Cheshire)...probably from the Arms of Piedmont. Note the Moor-head in the Marlborough Crest, and the ermines (Brittany symbol) in the Macclesfield cross.

The Welsh Matthew Crest (linked with the Mazzis/Massis) uses a "moorcock." Why?

We know that the proto-Stewarts of Dol came to honor the dog/wolf. It could have to do with Hugh D'Avranches Lupis' white-on-blue (Stewart/Massi check colors) wolf associated with the term/surname, "Flaidd." So, see first the black wolf on hind legs in the English Mussel Coat again; it's one of many Meschin-format Coats. We're assuming that the Mussel surname was related to Musselburgh, right? That's the Musselburgh near Roslin where I would trace the Russells and the Sarasin surname. I say that because there is an English Sarasin Coat, using crescents, yes, but a black wolf on hind legs in the Crest! A variation of the English Saracens id "Sarason," from which one Russell fellow could derive a Che sara sara motto.

God needs to use a human to make all these things known in writing at the proper time. None of this is coming to you from me because God thinks I'm intelligent or handsome, but only because I have a Masci background from Abruzzo. I knew nothing of the Massi surname, first found in Abruzzo, until days ago. I had seen it on television, at which time I said to myself, "Hmm, I must check that spelling at" A day or two later, I find Massino as the place to which "Mason" traces.

The Trinity has been holding hands and rocking with excitement, dancing up waves upon waves of effort to make me trumpet these things to the Flock. It is a Day of great joy for God to expose the secrets, and my work is but a drop in the bucket. All of history's pains and horrors have been Permitted extended time spans, one Purpose of which is to expose, at the end times, the whole gamut of deeds and fruits of the Dragon's sons.

As per Visconti roots in the Cattaneo clan, there is an English Cattan Coat using the black Davenport (of Cheshire) crosslet, a symbol that made it to the Arms of Macclesfield. The Cattan motto uses "lupus." But the motto also uses "Cautes." By the time that I came to this Coat, an hour ago, I had already talked on the Gaut/Cotte surname, and revealed where it comes from: the Cottian Alps...SMACK BESIDE MASSINO VISCONTI!!! Whether we enter "Caute" or "Gaute," the Cotte Coat comes up.

The Cotte surname (first in Languedoc) is from the Swedish Gust/Gaut surname to which LG belongs. Didn't I tell you that God brought her into my email life??? I would never have connected Cottians to the Viscontis, the Cattaneos, or Masons-by-any-other-name, otherwise. I would not have known of the surname otherwise.

The Gust write-up traces to the Scandinavian Geats. It could be that Geats (and Goths) were from Cottians. I've just learned that the German Geat Coat uses three white crescents on blue, the symbol of the Savone ('e', not 'a') and Conte coats. I did trace the Savona Ligurians to the Svione Swedes, and meanwhile the Sabini/Safini stock of Savona Ligurians were traced to the Suebi/Suevi Swedes, while the Samnite branch of Sabines trace to the Semnones, a known branch of the Suebi. But I did not know, for certain anyway, whether Goths linked to Cottians.

Remember, the Codde surname links to the Hykes surname and therefore might possibly reveal the Cottians>Geats/Goths as a Hyksos-related peoples. Note that the Goth/Goeth Coat is in the same white-on-blue colors. You may recall that there was a "Goeth's oak" stump in Germany to which I had traced the Stewarts and Veres (not to mention the Nazis of Thule background).

Yesterday I found another the Milan-surname Coat. That could speak for a Goth-surname link to the Cottians on the one hand, and the German stump regions in the Hartz mountains, especially at witchy Brocken mountain; the Brocken Coat uses tree stumps too, in the colors of the Scottish Milans/Mullens, but also in the colors of the British Saracens.

Checking the English Sarah Coat, it too is in the same black and gold colors. The Sarah Crest is a leopard, the symbol of the Cattan Coat. BUT, the Sarah surname is properly "Saire" and "Sayer." If we at first think that these surnames do not link to Saracens or Viscontis, the Seager/Saker surname, which seems to be an apt modification from "Sayer," could change our minds, for the Seager Crest is two coiled green snake! None of this would be coming to you had it not been for the Spirit speaking through Tim on Rus-Sara elements.

In the past, I was able to trace Stewarts (also "Stilb," curiously) to many surnames. Two of them were the Stubb and Stubbings. The latter write-up: "derived from the Old English word stybbing, meaning stumps, and indicates that the original bearer lived in or near an area which had been cleared of trees." Not only is the Stubb Coat in the Meschin format somewhat, but the motto term, "Cedant," which could not previously be deciphered (by me), can now be linked to "Cattan"!!

ZOWZERS, this traces proto-Stewarts to the disgusting Visconti snake even harder. What sorts of peoples give themselves a symbol whereby the devil eats infants/children? This is not to say that everyone from these surnames is disgusting, but some, like the Italian leader, Berlusconi, who has the Visconti serpent formed on his lawn/garden (so as to be seen from overhead, like crop circles, for example), seem to be in love with the powers of Satan, powers that deem the human race cheap, while honoring the spirits that they think empower them.

The Stubbs were first in Staffordshire, beside both Cheshire and Shropshire. I can't recall all of how I had linked they and the Stubbings to Stewarts (I could have been wrong), but it was partly due to finding the Sturtevant surname when entering "Stiver." The Sturts use a lion in colors reversed from the English Stewarts. There is another Sturt/Stuard Coat using the Scottish Stewart Coat exactly. The Stive/Stevenson Coat shows Moray stars, and because the write-up places them in Ayrshire in the 1100s, the "Coel" motto term must link to the Kyles of Ayrshire.

The Kyle clan used the Stewart checks for the Kyles of Bute. "Coel" can be seen in the list of Kyle variations at the Kyle Society webpage (below). The Kyle Crest is a snake without color. However, as per the Kyle claim to king Cole, see the green snake in the English Coles crest! Thus, the Kyle snake likely links to the disgusting Visconti snake-cult. Kyle have an Irish branch in the Coils of Donegal.

The Coles also use leopards, a symbol that Veres trace to Transylvania, now Romania. This brings me to the two dolphins in the Arms of Romania. I wanted to show this because I trace Rollo's grandfather to Transylvania. I think he, Eystein, named his son, Ragnvald, due to Reghin elements in his ancestry. Reghin is a city on the Mures river, and Mures-river Khazars came to rule More, over-which Ragnvald and Rollo also ruled. Let's take a look at other dolphins in the Meschin ring of associations, since I trace Daphne (dolphin symbol) to Deva, the alternative name of Chester (Cheshire capital), and to the Cheshire Davenports.

I didn't know till two days ago that the Durham-surname Crest uses the same dolphin design that has cropped up multiple times in the Meschin focus. Like Romania, the Durham Crest uses two dolphins. The same Durham Coat uses the three Moray stars on what could easily be the Stewart (or Massi) Shield.

I KID YOU NOT, that what was written above was written BEFORE I decided to see what other surnames use the same dolphin design as Durhams. There were none in my second update of February, but there were two in the first update: the Kennedy Coat (with Davenport crosslets) and the Reagan Crest!!!! I had forgotten. I did not write the above on Ragnvald and Transylvanian Reghin with the Reagan dolphin in mind, but there you have another example of how things roll along for me, as if Controlled.

The blonde man with rope around his neck in the Davenport Crest should be the same Moor as in the Scottish Moor/More Crest. He looks rather identical. The Moor Coat uses "duris" for a motto term, linking to the Durhams, and the Coat is similar indeed to the Durham Coat. Our new question is: are the Moor heads, white-skinned rather than Negroid, Saracens of the Visconti bloodline? The English Moor Coat is in the colors of the Scottish Moors, and derives from a Moore location on Cheshire and a More location in Shropshire. It's very possible that both places were named by the jarls of More i.e. the bloodline of Eystein, Ragnvald, etc.

This trace of the dolphin-depicted clans of More/Moray to Moore of Cheshire sets up the next dolphin: the one in the Arms of Avranches. It's a white dolphin on blue, the colors of the wolf belonging to Hugh D'Avrances Lupus Flaidd, first earl of Chester, son of Richard Goz.

Moments after the above paragraph, after having no success at finding Visconte links to Goz by entering a variety of terms, I bumped into one of many open browsers, still on a page that LG led me to read. The article is on a Polish beekeeper with Guzy surname, who came to life at the last minute, while they were about to drop his casket, with him in it, into his grave. I tried for a Guzy Coat at the time, without luck. But this time I tried "Guzzi," as per the other uzzi surnames lately, and Bango! The Guzzi Coat uses a talbot (a Lab), the symbol of Lucy Tailebois, wife of Ranulf le Meschin, son of the sister (i.e. a Goz) of Hugh D'Avranches!

In other words, the Guzzis could use a talbot if they were from the line of Ranulf and Lucy.

What's amazing is that LG sent me an email just previous to the Guzy one telling that she found another surname that uses two pine trees like her own Dahlen bloodline. The Guzzi Coat, which she knew nothing about when she shared the beekeeper article, has a talbot between two pine trees!! I think that God is providing for us a great comedy. I am continually amazed by these sorts of things. Praise be to the Great Fun One.

The Guzzi Coat reminded me of another Coat I had talked about above, the one that is colors reversed from the Massi Coat. It turned out to be the Matthias/Mathie Coat, which is amazing because I was wondering how or when I should introduce Marc Thiessen. Who dat? Former Bush speech writer, featured on Bill O'Reilly (FOX) about an hour ago as I write. I recognized his surname as the curiosity in the Matthie list of variations, shown immediately after "Mathiessen," meaning that it's a Ma-less Mathiessen. What are the chances that I would come across such a curiosity on the same day that the Thiesen surname appears in the news?

It makes me think that the Matthias/Matthie surname is big-player important. In fact, I just entered "Mathie," bringing up both the English and Scottish Matthew Coats. However, the Scottish Mathie page does not seem to bear out a proper Matthew surname. As it uses, "Maghan," I entered it, finding an Irish Maghan surname (derived from "Mathuna," oddly enough) with a Mann variation. "Mann" is also in the Scottish Mathie/Maghan page, AND the Irish write up traces, not to "Matthew," but to "'mathghamhan,' which means 'bear.'" The Scottish surname traces to "son of a bear." Not that I believe a trace to "bear" necessarily, but it shows that the surname was not from "Matthew."

The Scottish surname shows not one Matthew. Mathieson (there's that Ma-less Thiesen again) and Mathan is as close as it gets to Matthew. It even shows a Mathie. But Mathie is not necessarily Matthew. It could be Massi instead. The write-up: "[The Mathans] are said to descend from Gilleoin of the ancient and royal house of Lorne [from Dougal, son of SOMERled]. They gave their allegiance to the Clan MacDonald... One accounts suggests that McMathan and his clansmen fought under the Earl of Ross..."

On the other hand, the English Matthew page shows five Matthew variations (two with one 't') and one Matheson. It's possible, therefore, for this clan to trace to the Irish and Scot Mathans, though ending up "Matthews" when Christianized. None of this traces necessarily to the German Matthies...except that the those Mathies use "Thiesses," a term seen bedded in a Scottish variation. And this, I think, is the value of seeing Marc Thiessen on television on the same day that I saw it in the Mathie Coat: to take a closer look and discover that the Italian Massis surname, registered under a slew of Matt___ variations, is not, as the write-up claims, a Matthew family.

The house of Lorne goes back to SOMERled (contemporary of the Cheshire Meschins) through his son, Dougal. These were cousins to the Macdonalds, and therefore fellow Domnanns. I trace Somerled to the Somerset Dumnonii, though I don't think this is standard history. Wikipedia says "Somerled" means "summer wanderer," but that's probably a cheap shot.

The Dougal symbol is a white-on-blue lion, the symbol of both Gascony's flag and the Arms of Durham, two places to which the Cheshire Meschins connected. This could explain why Macclesfield uses a blue-on-white lion.

I'm thinking that the Irish-Scot Mathans evolved into the Italian (i.e. Massi/Massino of Visconti) and German Mattie/w clans. The first ruler of Milan was named, Ottone; the second rule, Matteo. The fourth ruler: Azzone. There is an Ottone/Odo Coat, three rings in the Dougal colors. I dug in and found another green snake just where its expected if the Somerled peoples led to Massino Visconti.

First, we read: "[Somerled's] father was Gillebride of Clan Angus who had been exiled to Ireland." Clicking over to the Clan Angus page, we learn that "Angus" was also "Innes," though the Innes branch named Innes in Moray and lived there. Then we find that the Angus-surname Coat, first if Fifeshire (beside Angus), is a red lion on white, the colors of the Irish Mathan lions. The Scottish Innes Coat uses the three Moray stars...for which reason the clan must link to the three Zionist stars, in the Moray-star colors (still the Dougal colors), of the English Innes family. And that's the one with a green snake in the Crest. In short, Somerled was of the Angus/Innes clan which uses a green snake.

The Innes Coat with the green snake uses the motto term, "prudentia." The last time that term was seen, "Prude" was entered, finding the Prat(t) Coat that led to a discussion wherein I wrote this:

The Irish Brady Coat uses a sun (recalling the Sommer sun), while the English Brod surname (in the colors and fashion of Bisse) was first found in SOMERset! The Fir Domnann, apparently a branch of the Somerset Dumnonii, lived in County Mayo (Ireland), smack beside County Galway where the Bradys were first found!

The write-up: "The Innes family originally lived in either of the places called Ince in Cheshire and Lancashire..." You may recall that the Moray stars appeared to be founded by the clan of Ralph de Vere (a Cheshire Meschin) in Blackwood (Lanarkshire), and that the clan got to Moray via Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray. It now seems that, perhaps along the way to Moray, the same clan, but under a Mathie-like surname, put out the white stars in Fifeshire and Angus. A trace of the Meschins to Angus makes an An-Goz derivation possibly; after all, Wikipedia breaks the term down as An-Gus.

Remember, it was the Scottish Mathie/Matheson Coat page that informed us: "[They Mathies] are said to descend from Gilleoin of the ancient and royal house of Lorne." That's the house of Dougal, son of Somerset of Angus. IN FACT, the Scottish Mathie lion is of the design seen in the Dougal Coat!

Wow. Convinced by now that the Massey surname of Cheshire was Mathie or Mathie-like in Angus, I checked for proof by entering "Maddie." ZOWIE, the Maddie surname is registered under the Matley/Maddeley clan...first found in Cheshire!! It even uses the black Davenport/Macclesfield crosslet. The write-up even mentions a Mattelegh surname, showing that "Massey" did likely evolve Matt-like variations that could easily have been Christianized to "Matthew." The Shield is in the colors of the Dougals, and uses the Meschin format. It well reflects the German Matthias/Mathie Coat.

FREAK OUT! As I was searching for the Mathias/Mathie Coat on the last line above, I entered "Matt" so as to bring up the German Matt/Matte Coat shown previously, the one I linked to the Masseys/Mascis due to its using fleur-de-lys. It shows Mattlin and Mattler variations so as to link well to the Matley clan of Cheshire. BUT THE FREAK OUT is that the Matt Shield is exactly that of the Ottone Shield!!!!!!!! Unbelievable. I didn't make this link the first time I brought the Ottone Coat up an hour or two ago. Again, Ottone was the first Visconte ruler of Milan. Again, the Ottone Coat is in the Dougal and Moray colors. Again, Matteo (Ottone's nephew) succeeded Ottone in Milan.

The Inness/Angus green snake may have developed into the Visconte snake, not vice versa. The Ottone surname was first found Perugia, Italy. Just as I was reading this, I was wondering whether the rings in the Coat link to the rings of the Burghs...since, after all, the Burghs were merged with the Contevilles. Since John de Burgh fathered Herluin Conteville, the suspicion is that John's female mate was a Conteville=VisCONTI. In any case, were Burghs linked to Perugia, and was the latter named after Pergamum (Greece)?

It makes sense that the Dougals of Angus (we assume they moved there from Ireland) became the Douglas clan that merged with Murrays so as to adopt their Moray stars. In fact, we see the Douglas Arms in the fourth quarter of the Arms of Angus. The third quarter is the Stewart (or is it the Massi/Mattie?!!) Arms.

The PortuGUESE Mateus Coat uses two gold lions combatant grasping a pine tree with silver roots. The Crest has a pine branch. Hmm. LG's Dahlen bloodline uses pine trees, and I traced the surname to "Dougal." Plus, "Angus" could link to her Gust___ surname, the one that became Caut/Cotte as per Cottians...smack beside Massino.

I had seen the Mateus Coat earlier when entering "Mato." I entered it because the Massi page shows a MattiATO. Recall that the Matt-like surnames underwhich Massi is registered requires several 'M's to form surnames to which the Matts were merged, as for example "Mattiassi" needs an 'M' to form "Massi", or as Mattiuzzi needs one to form "Muzzi, or Mattiato needs one to form "Mato." The only variations shown in the Mateus page are: Mato(s) and Mateus.

The following is incredible. After writing the above, I contacted my Abreu friend and asked her the spelling of her mother's Portuguese Coutu-like surname. It turned out to be "Couto." So I entered it, and found this Portuguese Couto Coat. Do you recognize the castle design?

After finding the Innes Coat, I thought that I had seen the castle in the Crest before, and I do not think it was in the Couto Coat because I haven't loaded that one for a month or more. In any case, the Couto and Innes castles are identical (aside from the central tower in the Innes castle). The point is, the Innes castle is the one surrounded by green serpent!

So here is what I derive: the PortuGUESE Matos/Mateus' were the same Massey>Mathie line to Angus/Innes where the Douglas/Dahlens ruled, explaining why Mato/Mateus' both use the pine tree. "An-Gus" then links to the Gus>Gust>Cotte bloodline to which the PortuGUESE Coutos link, the evidence being in the castle shared by the Innes gang from Angus roots.

My Abreu friend tells me that the Portuguese version of the term is an e-less "Portugues." So "Gues" was entered to find a Dutch Goes/Goess surname (not sure if that could relate), but an Italian Guis Coat used the Dougal-style lion! The same lion design is in the Scottish Mathie Coat.

In the fifth update of August I wrote: "The German/Austrian Dallen/Dahlin surname uses pine trees. The main point is that 'Dale/Dallen' came to mind as I wondered what 'Magdalene' could be code for." In the first update of September: "BUT, the Dallen evergreen is identical to the one in the Ficthen/Fichtel-surname Coat!" It was in that update that I finally realized LG's link to the main topic at hand:

Then last night [LG] reminded me of what she had shared not long ago, what I shared with readers, that her grandmother's maiden name was Dahlen. I could NOT believe that I had forgotten this, so engrossed was I into the thought of discovering the Magdalene bloodlines. I even spent time on the Dahlen surname, making a feasible trace to the Dougal surname (that has also figured into the DeLion/Dalen topic)."

The Magdalene cult was traced to the proto-Stewarts of Dol, and we have seen that Massino/Visconti also traces to the Dol Stewarts in a totally independent way.

The Fichtel pine was traced to the pine in the Arms of Fichtenberg, a German location not far from lake Constance...explaining why LG found the Dahlen/Fichten tree in the Constance Coat as well...which comes up when entering "COUTance"!

NOW LOOK. The Coutance/Constance Shield smacks of the German Matheson/Mathie Shield! The gold and blue colors should connect to the new-found Messey/Messie Coat (also "Messier") and Maddie/Matley Coat, which is conspicuous because the same colors are used in the new-found German Gus(s) (no 't') Coat while the tail design of the Maddie black lion is the design of the tail on the black lion of the Dutch Gues Coat.

I wonder what Tim's immediate bloodlines are???


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