Vere-ing Toward the An-Nihil-ation
On that new idea of Veres being Neils/Nihills (as per their "nihil" moto term), it dawned on me only this morning that the surname, especially the Niel (i.e. instead of "Neil") variation, may have derived from "Nibel>Nivel." I kid you not that the Nehill=Nibel idea did not occur to me yesterday.
It was only two paragraphs (before introducing the idea that I said: "The idea just occurred to me that "Ver(e)" and "Vair" might be from "Never" (in Burgundy)." In the next paragraph, I traced (theoretically) the Feirs variation of the Vairs to Friesland, where Nibelungs had a branch. And in the very next paragraph, without realizing the Nihill=Nibel similarity, I remarked:
As I was recently on the Neil surname, the "nihil" motto term of the English Veres brought that to mind, and what do you know? The Neils have a Nihill variation. CLEARLY, Veres honored the Neals/Neils!!
I once saw possibly links of the Veres of Anjou in the Autun theater, where Nevers was located. It had to do with my investigation of Robert the Strong (= Capetian-dynasty bloodline), and his ancestry in Worms (Germany), for I had identified a major Vere line going back to Worms and figured it had to touch upon the bloodline of Robert the Strong. The Strong/Strang (and Strange/Strang) surname may have derived from this Robert. That suggests that Strongs may be a Vere line, and so let me repeat that the Strong Coat is the Ferte eagle in colors reversed, in Vere colors.
Fertes are (as a fact) linked to Fresnes'/Freynes...who I traced to Frey>Friesland. Coincidence? The Fresnes'/Freynes were first in Burgundy (!), where Nevers and Auton were located...near Avallon!! Dragonline Veres trace their Anjou line (of Melusine) to Avalon of Arthurian myth.
I'm fairly convinced already that Niels/Nihills developed from "Nibel/Nivel," and so the Neville surname is suspect. The Neville page may support a trace to Ranulph Meschin who I say named the Scottish/Moray Randolphs: "An early record shows Ranulph de Nevill of Raby, Durham..." The Neville Coat is then identical to the Scottish Randolphs/Randolfs except that Nevilles use a saltire cross. The "Ne Vile Fano" motto of the Vains/Veyns (a Mackay sept) is also suspect, and while the latter surname uses "gauntlet" metal gloves, the Sions/Swans use what I think are related gloves, though now called "falconer's gloves." The falcon is suspect as a code for the Fulks, who were counts of Anjou just after the Veres claim that their Melusine line (via an obscure, perhaps mythical, Milo de Ver) were counts of Anjou.
It just occurs to me only now, shame on me, that I had traced the "elvin/elfin" line of Melusine to Alba of interior Liguria, beside Langhe and MontFERRAT. It's a good bet that Fertes comes from that place. I trace the Sions/Swans to nearby Savona. As that surname is also "Swayne," it begs the question as to whether Vains/Veyns (and the metal-glove using Waynes) were a branch. In fact, I just traced (theoretically) "Gawain" to "Swayne."
It looks like the Vere bloodline of Burgundy was also in Piedmont-Savoy (where Montferrat is located), and that this was a major Arthurian-cult branch (Italian Mascis/Mascellis were first in Piedmont). It explains why I saw Meschin/Masci-of-Cheshire links to Ligurians, for so far as I can tell, Veres and Meschins/Masseys are nearly indistinguishable, especially as the Randolph earls of Moray...who use the same symbol as the Arms of Savoy. I'm claiming what I've been hesitant to claim, that Meschins were chief Sion-cult peoples. (The Scottish Randolph Coat no longer appears when one enters "Randolph." That is strange, and may be due to Obama's ancestry in it, as I figure he wants to hide his ancestry).
The idea mentioned above that Veres were from Robert the Strong reminded me of my trace of Meschins and/or Masseys solidly to a Robert surname (I can't recall the argumentation for that trace). I now take another look at the Robert Coat to find that it's not only the Macey (with metal glove) and Macey/Mackay Shield (this was probably part of the argumentation), but it's also the Sion/Swan/Swayne Shield.
The Burns/Bourne/Bernes Shield is in colors reversed and uses "Ever" as a motto term. Entering Bernes brings up a black bugle with what look like gold stripes, the color of the Traby Arms bugles.
Another argument that tends to trace Obama's Randolph and Dunham line to the Mascis of Dunham Masci is that the Ribble Coat is a near-match with the Randolph/Randolf (Scottish) and Dunham Coats. The Ribbles were first in Yorkshire so that they were named as per the Ribble river there, though it flowed through Lancashire...which I traced back to Langhe of Piedmont (where the Mascis were first found). The Portuguese Rebello Coat is in Ribble and Masci colors, and then entering "Rebel" brings up the German Robel/Robelle Coat with Masci wings. I am conscious of seeing the Masci wings in only three Coats; it's something I am always watching out for. I recall reading, but can't find it now, that the Rebel or Robel surname was from "Robert." Could these Ribbles be related to Ranulph de Nevill of Raby, in Durham?
In short, the Ribbles with Randolph and Dunham design appear to be Mascis in Yorkshire, which makes sense because Meschins ruled (with elements of the Bernicians) in Yorkshire too. The part in brackets is no small point, for I had traced the Ribble river to BARNey Rubble (whom I identify as the Brunswick>Bernician line) with some very sound reasoning. The Masci wings give the impression of German entities, and that might just link back to the Vere (i.e. Robert the Strong) line at Worms. The German Worms Coat is in Ribble and Masci colors, and uses a green dragon in Crest; it's got the pointed tail of a wyvern, but has front legs unlike a wyvern).
Entering "Langhe" brings up the Lance Coat, suggesting that Lancelot may have been the Langhe to Lancashire/Lancaster bloodline. I had traced Lancaster elements to Calvados of Normandy, and perhaps even to the Bayeux (I can't recall those details).
The above was written this morning, the below last night. But some of the below (in red) has additions as per this morning's topic. It's surprising how well the two distinct topics come round to relate to one another.
I was seeking the Montfiquet-like surname in the Sunni-Muslim world, as I had forgotten how to spell it. The best I can recall was "Munfiqat." So I entered that term in a Google search and found an interesting article written by a pro-jihadist out of London, who appears to be discussing Iraqi things between the lines, and where he calls the enemy hypocrites: "munafiqat":
"Before writing anything about munafiqat I felt necessary to point out the importance of the code where it came from, what sort of personalities communicated it to humanity so that the severity of munafiqat and the need of its eradication may be felt more deeply.
The code of life for humanity set by the Creator was communicated to the humanity through His messengers...[blah blah and more blah-blah, the writer is a fool for warrior Islam].
After the finalisation of the code on Prophet Muhammad (SAW), its protection in its original form till the end of the world, Qiyamat, was necessary for the guidance of humanity. The enemies were always there to destroy the code through open enmity and when this hope was frustrated, and effort to mutilate it through hypocrisy, Munafiqat, started. The enemies entered the fold of Islam and tried to change its substance.
...Almighty God created the Imams (AS) with special qualities, and further tests strengthened them to shoulder the responsibilities of protecting the code of Allah (SWT) against the machinations of the Munafiqin, hypocrites."
It's hard to know who in particular he means by that term, but it's some other Muslim group that his sect disagrees with strongly, perhaps secularized Arabs. Apparently, the term means "hypocrite" in Arabic. I have seen the Montfichet surname as a t-less "Monfiquet."
Wikipedia has a short article on "Munafiq."
Could the Montfiquets be Arabs of Europe??? Isn't that what I've been proclaiming of the Meschins? The son of Ranulf le Meschin was styled "Ranulf de Gernon," and Gernons were from Montfiquet! Ranulf de Gernon ruled Chester (of Cheshire), and Vernons were first in Cheshire, suggesting they were a Gernon branch. Hmm, could the Vernons be the cause for the wyVERN dragon? Why is the man in the Vernon Crest green, the color of the Vere wyvern?
I've once or twice thought to trace "wyvern" to Worms, but now I have some evidence in that the Vernon Coat is a little like the Worms Coat.
Hmm, the Grenon Shield is green (with the Templar-Jerusalem cross in white).
Once again, it appears that Templars were Varangians. Think about what it means that Jerusalem was attacked and conquered by a Rus people, a Hebrew-Rus peoples. But as Veres trace to Cohens, Templarism must have been a Rus-Khazar alliance. There were some Khazars (12th century) by the name of David and Solomon (father and son team, obviously from a messianic-wanna-be family) who sought to attack Jerusalem (but failed), and I suspect that the "star of David" traces to him and/or his false-messianic family.
I traced the Veres to the Cohens via Melissena of Byzantine, half of Khazar blood, who was married to Inger the Varangian...of the Varangian Guard in Byzantine, from the Kiev Varangians that went on to co-found Moscow with Slavs (Seleucids???). Melissena was a Rangabe, and so see the three fingered Rangabe Arms (same cross as in the Bouillon Coat), a cross that is likely linked to the Jerusalem Cross used by the Gernons. The Bouillon surname was the first ruler of Templar Jerusalem, and I read that the Jerusalem cross was the arms of Godfrey de Bouillon himself. The Bouillon surname was first found in AuVERGNE. The Bouillon motto includes the phrase, "vero bello"!! The Verne Shield is the Bellamy (and Bell) Shield in colors reversed, thus nailing again the Vere link to Fertes.
The Irish Boyle/Boile Coat (inspected because of the Bouile variation of the Bouillons) uses the nine-acorned oak used also by the Vernes! The Baole variation of the Boyles may suggest links to Baal, who was Bel in western Europe. This the Boyles, and therefore the Bouillons, appear to be from the Baal cult of the Hyksos, and the same was suggested about the Bells and Bellamys. The Boyles are said to derive from the Heremon line of royalty, and you may recall the green snake of the Hares/Heres who use a Bellamy Shield! Let's not forget that Sellicks/Selliocs were first in Herefordshire.
There is something wrong; entering Hare used to bring up four Coats, now just one. The one with green snake is gone. The one with blue and gold version (Scottish, I think) of the only one that's shown (English Hare Coat) is much like the Ribble Coat shown above. Entering Here to get an English Here/Hayre Coat brings up a tree stump in the colors of the Rebel Coat...that also uses a tree stump!! That means that Hares/Heres were kin to Ribbles and Rebels, and therefore connected to the Masci wings of the Rebels, which wings are almost like the Abreu wings of the Here Crest. ZIKERS. The Portuguese Abreu Coat, with the wings, no longer shows when entering "Abreu." This is like sabotage to all who use houseofnames.com for bloodline research. How many more coats have been removed? By who's will???
On top of that, the Scottish Randolph page no longer shows unless one enters "Randolf." I can't even access my own webpage online, since about four days ago. If I disappear...
The Auvergne Coat page shows a Davern variation while the surname was first found in Dauphine, that brings to mind the Daphne cult in Devon...the Dumnonii of which I had traced to the Rhodanus/Rhone region. Dauphine was in that region! The Rhone veers into the part of Switzerland that is near Sion/Sitten, and that's also the general area of Berne-surname roots, which looks much like the Auvern and D'Avern variations (shown). The Bouillon page shows "Auverge." For the record, I'd like to record that the Italian Varone/Barone Coat uses the Ector Shield, and that English Barons/Barnes were first found in Devon.
"Vernon" (and even better, "Auvergne") looks like "Varangi," and for that reason the sickle in the Vernon Crest may have been transferred to Moscow, like the Varangian bear symbol was. If Vernons were Gernons, then that sickle may have been in the Meschin family; after all, the Meschin scallop is traced (by me) to the Sicilian entity of Scylla, and Scylla entities (i.e. the Sicels) can be expected to use the sickle symbol also. In this picture, Moscow was named by a Meschin branch among Varangians.
The Montfiquet page (using the triple red chevron that I once thought to trace to the alps of Piedmont) tells of a John Fitchett, and there is a distinct Fitchett Coat using "Esperance" as a motto. That evokes the "Espere" motto term discussed yesterday, belonging to the Heth Coat. I linked the Espere term SOLIDLY to the Pear/Perle surname of Oseney, which uses three gold leopard heads...which I now find exactly in the Fitchett Coat!! (Let's not forget that dragonline Veres, the same ones who trace themselves to Blackwood of Lanarkshire before jumping to the Randolphs of Moray, trace the leopard to Transylvania; I think to Khazar Moravians on the Mures river). THEREFORE, both motto terms represent the Pear/Perle family, AND, Montfiquets are related to Heths and all that it might mean in the endtime show-down.
Why is the Fitchett Shield green, a Vere-dragon color? One could equate the green of Templar bloodlines to Muslim/Arab bloodlines, as it's the special color of Muslims.
Perles may have been Berls, first found in Bavaria and using a bear symbol. Knowing that the bear-using Bernes (Swiss) are the root of Varangians, see the three legs (i.e. evoking the Arms of Sicily) in the Scottish Berne Coat. We saw three legs in the previous update, in the Hose/Ose Coat, a surname that was tied strongly to the Tosny line among the Petres>OsBERNES!!! That tends to prove that Osbernes were of the Scottish Bernes. The Hoses/Ose' and Bernes share the same lion-head Crest.
The Bernes use the same motto term, "Sapere," as the Saddles/Sadleighs. The latter were just linked (last update) to the Trabys/Sadlowskis, and before that I had traced Trabys to the Trapani region of western Sicily, which in Greece was symbolized by a drepani=sickle! We could be dealing here with the Templar families that founded Communist Russia as per the "Red Jews" of the Rothschilds, Lenins, and Trotskys.
German Perles are said to be Bohemians but use the base of the Moreno/Moreton castle, suggesting a mix of Bohemians with Saracens and/or Mauritanians/Moors, who are suspect as pagan Arabs. As per the Perel variation, a distinct Perel surname was found registered under the pear-using (English) Perrot Coat.
Bohemians and Bavarians trace to the Bajocasses founders of Bayeux, and Montfiquet is in Bayeux. The Bouillons/Bouiles and Boyles/Boiles smack of the Bohemian Boii, but it could be coincidental). The Perel/Perrott surname is said to be from "Peter," and so I re-entered "Petres" (swan on a mascle in Crest) because it was discussed the past two days as a family equivalent (at first) to the Osberne fold (which I showed to be linked to Osneys). The Petres motto uses "invidia," while the Perrot/Perel Coat uses "invenio." Both Coats show the same lion. If that's not enough, the Bohemian Perel/Perle Coat shows a "patria" as motto term, wherefore they must be related to the Perrotts.
The Petersons/Pettersons use "nihil" in their motto, a term that was discussed yesterday as linking Veres to the Neil/Nihill and Queen/Sweeny and other Swan-like surnames.
Tim found an excellent article on the Sadowskis, and their roots in a Nalecs family (is that "Alec/Alex"?). The problem is, Tim has shown that many dis-similar surnames use the Q Coat (if it is a Q) of the Sadowski Coat, meaning that chances thin for that Q to be code for the Queens and/or Quinces. The article has this to say:
...In their homes in Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, and Kansas I have seen reproductions of the Nalecz coat of arms. Instead of the name Sadowski on them, they have the name Sandusky...
Unless Mrs. Taylor was given a bad steer, Anthony Sadowski came from the clan with the Nalecz coat of arms. His father, Martin Sadowski, kept closer ties to Gostyn, a town in west central Poland, than to Sadowie where the clan apparently originated at least two centuries before. He was a chamberlain of Gostyn in the time of King Wladislaus IV...
The page shows the Q of the Nalecs Coat, and has "Sadowski" written overtop of these Arms. The Crest are antlers, possibly of the Zahringers and Veringens, for the latter use only antlers (without the stag head). The antlers, and ostrich feathers, are run through with an arrow.
The Sadowie location seems to confirm a surname root in "Sadow," but not necessarily. Gostwyn smacks of the Os terms...that I thought could be connected to the Gos/Gois surname at the root of the Meschins and D'Avranches (compare "Avranches" to "Auverne"). The Polish town of Gostyn (Leszno province) veers toward Lusatia and Silesia.
Tim has been interested in tracing the Rus bloodlines to the owl cult of Edom, and yet he might not know that the Gaston Crest is an owl. The Shield is filled with red and white checks, and this is very good for the below. This is amazing. Note that Gastons were first found in Surrey.
Last night, as I studied this webpage from Tim, I figured that the Q Coat (same as Sadowski Coat) used by the Polish Zarczynskis could be linked to the Sark Coat. I had seen the Sark Coat a few times trying to figure out if Sarks were related to the Darks/D'Arques (of Gos>D'Avrances blood). I studied the variations, noting that the surname is properly, "Surrey." I didn't realize then, not until a minute ago, that the Gastons were first found in Surrey!! PLUS, the Sark Coat uses red and white checks, the Gaston checks!!!
That tends to prove two things, that the Sadowskis of Gostyn were in the Gaston surname, and that the related Zarczynskis were of the Sark surname...that may have named Surrey in the first place. Or, Sarks of Surrey moved to Poland.
The Sadowski piece goes on:
"...As far back as heraldry runs, the clan was one of the sturdy and respected families of the minor nobility in Poland. It begins with Thomas Sadowski at Sadowie (Sadowia). From there he was taken in 1452 by Zbigniew Cardinal Olesnicki, the first cardinal Poland ever produced, and given a church assignment in the town of Miechow, twenty miles north of Cracow. Another one with the same family shield, Daniel Sadowski, became Archbishop of Gniezno in west central Poland. Born at Radom, not far from Sadowie and perhaps of the same clan as Anthony Sadowski, was Stanislaus Sadowski, who arrived at Jamestown, Virginia, in 1608 to help Captain John Smith's colony..."
Miechow??? The Traby webpage (Wikipedia) shows a Mieczko family. The page shows Anthony Sadowski decked out in Quaker attire. I'll record here for later use some other details; skip it if you're not interested:
...As pieces of information were added to the puzzle, the evidence confirmed a tradition that Anthony Sadowski, prior to his emigration to the American colonies, spent a few years in Scotland. The first records that refer to him in America tie him in with William Laing [italics mine], a Scotch immigrant and a wealthy planter of Freehold, New Jersey. The first record is dated May 21, 1709, when Anthony Sadowski, William Laing, and Richard Clark [two Clark Coats show possible Macey, Massin/Mason, and Bellamy links] were witnesses to the will of Benjamin Cook, another planter of Freehold...William Laing's brother was master of a school in Cannongate [Cannon Coat is in the three Sark colors), Edinborough, Scotland, and his cousin was master of a school at Leith, Scotland...
...His wife, Marya Bordt, or Mary Bird as it was Anglicized...
...Greene summarized the family tradition in an article published in the first issue of the American Pioneer in 1842. As he put it, 'a Polish trader by the name of Sandusky, or more properly spelt Saduski, established himself near the present site of Lower Sandusky, at the foot of the rapids of the river. His operations in trading for furs and so forth with the Indians, being entirely confined to the river and bay, they soon became known to Europeans as Sanduski's River and Bay.' His statements were confirmed in a following issue by a letter from twin brothers, one signing his name 'Isaac Sodousky' and the other 'Jacob Sandusky.'"
They had a river named after themselves. I want to center out the Cook surname mentioned in that piece, for it not only uses a horseshoe, a Polish symbol (this alternative Sadowski Coat uses a white horseshoe), but the ostrich, another Polish symbol. And it has its Shield quartered in purple, very rare. Thanks to Tim's work, we can now see an alternative Talbot Coat, using three purple lions on white, the colors of the Skipton (of the Meschin fold) lion.
On that page above, note that the Q is used also by the Tanski surname of Poland. It reminds me of the Tankard/Tanerdeville links I made to the Swedish GUSTov surname. The Tanerdeville write-up:
"Descended was Gerold, Sire de Tankcarville who had three sons, Ralph...Ralph's son William was Treasurer [oh no, a banker type] to King Henry 1st...He married Matilda, the daughter of William, the Viscount d'Arques [!!]. He had two sons, Rabel [remember Ranolph/Ralph of Deville of Raby?] and Ralph. They held lands in Grantham, Oston and Somerly."
OSTON????? Is that as in "Gostyn"???? I dunno, but I'll wager. The Ost/Osten/Oster Coat is in Sark Colors.
How's this for a slap in Israel's face; we knew it would come:
""US President Barack Obama has said the situation in Gaza is 'unsustainable' and promised millions of dollars in new aid for the territory.
He made the remarks as he met Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in Washington.
The White House visit was scheduled before the deadly Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla last week.
Mr Obama urged both Israel and the Palestinians to make concessions and return to stalled peace talks.
...'It is time for us to go ahead, move forward on a two-state solution.'
Rafah! Rafah! Rafah! I want to go to Rafah! That's Bark Obama barking, up the wrong tree once again. He's promised 400 million to Palestinians, which I think is more than he gave to Haiti.
Canadians should start shooting missiles into the United States, seeking to annihilate it, because Obama can't attack Canada in return lest he be a hypocrite for denying Israel's right to fight back. AND, besides, after Canadians shoot missiles into America, Obama will actually send millions of dollars to Canada as a reward for the bad behavior. What a dunce, what a dog. And it sets up another conflict between the United States and the Netanyahu administration.
That's about it for news today. Nothing more on Iraq. Thank you Tim, that was good. Hurry Lord. Help us Lord. Keep us without fail.
I like to get new bloodline thoughts on to "paper" first thing in the morning before getting to the news. It seems that on many nights, new ideas present themselves from days of bountiful discovery. Last night it occurred to me that "Sadowie/Sadowski" could be the makings of the Stubb surname (descended from Bellamys, says the write-up) that I've tied to Stewarts.
The idea is that "Stub" was a variation of "Stow," as per the Stout/Stow surname of the raven-depicted vikings. That is, Stewarts were apparently named after Stows, smacking of "Sadow(ski)." If Sadowskis came first, therein is Stewart ancestry that no one seems to know.
So I remembered Michael Stivic of All in the Family, a Pole. Moreover, his wife, a Struthers in real life, evokes "struthios," the Greek for ostrich, the symbol of many Poles including the Trabys and Sadowskis/Nalecz'. If that wasn't enough, Archie Bunker may have been code for the D'Arques/Darks because entering "Archie" brings up that Ark/Arches Coat So there you have some evidence that the Zarczynski surname using the Sadowski Q is in fact related to the D'Arques/Darks. Then, Archie's wife is a Staple(ton) in real life, which is likewise close to a b/p version of "Sadow(ski).
The Struthers Crest is: "On a hill in front of an oak tree, a falcon, belled." In the moto, it uses "gloriam," showing that the creators of All in the Family had heraldry on the brain, for Sally Struthers played Gloria Stivic!!
THEN, entering "Glory," what do we find but the Irish Lowry grail cup, a surname that is connected to the Sweenys/Neils!! The write-up: References from Lecale in 1447 state that Donatus MacGlory 'held a bishop's court before the O'Neill and the Savage.' In Swayne's Register, another member of the clergy was listed in the Archdiocese of Armagh in 1436 by the name of MacGlory or MacClory." I dealt a little with this topic not many months ago (second update of March) when I was led to the Scottish Laurie/Lowry Coat (uses same grail-cup) by Tolkien codes. Scottish Lauries/Lowrys use the Here tree stump!! In the second update of March, I recorded that both the Scottish Lauries/Lowry and the Lauders use a "Repullulat" motto term.
Those exclamation marks are for the tree stumps that the Stubbing/Stebbing surname (Stubb design) is said to derive from!!! That may be clue that the tree stump belongs to the Sadowski family. AND, the Stubbings use a one-word motto, a Q term (!!): "Qiescam"!! If that's not enough, the Stubbings use gold roundels on black, the symbol of the Treby Coat!!!!! Amazing, absolutely amazing. God leads me faithfully to these secrets via television shows.
In the sixth update of February, wow:
As per the GUIS term, see the QUIESCAM motto in the Stubbing Coat!! (It evokes the Queis/Kwisa river, Lusatia.) Very apparently, the Guiscard bloodline was responsible for the Stubbs, Stubbings, Struves and Strubs, but why not also the Stive/Steven surname (as per Michael Stivic of All In The Family) with Moray stars and Ross-Crest green ring (Ross-shire and Moray were doubled up at times)? I'm keeping an all-seeing-eye out for evidence that the Stive surname is a branch of the Stivics...
It may be hasty to trace the Q of the Traby fold to Guiscard, but a trace to the Queis/Kwisa river, in the Polish theater, seems compelling
It was Guiscard, named The Fox (Samson symbol), with which Tolkien's Sauron-depicted Saracens merged. The leader of one of those Saracen branches was named Samsam. Look at the lattice design in the image of the Guiscards (at Wikipedia's Guiscard article); it matches the lattice design of the Struthers Coat!
Also, as per my mention yesterday of Tancarville/Tanerdeville ties to the Gust surname (compare their rare chevron with that of the Struves/Strubs), and as the Gust (i.e. like "Guiscard") surname is also "Gaut," see the same lattice design in the Gaut/Cott Coat. It is known that Guiscard was from the Tancred family, which had the Tankerville/Tanerdeville branch. Note the Tancred write-up trace to an Antioch: "They were descended from Tancred, son of the Good Marqis, who governed the principality of Antioch as Guardian of the Emperor Bohemond II." Tancreds use scallops, the symbol, I think, of Sicels of Scylla -- Sicily -- smack at the Messina theater.
It can't be a coincidence that when Guiscard allied with the Samson-like Saracens, "The Guiscard's troops landed unopposed and found Messina abandoned. Guiscard immediately fortified Messina and allied himself with Ibn at-Timnah, one of the rival emirs of Sicily..." The Biblical Samson mated with a woman from Timnah, a myth code meaning that Samson peoples were allied to Timnites. (For new readers, I believe the Scriptures are the Word of God, but not all books in the Bible are Scripture.)
In the third update of March, I shared this online quote:
"Following the death of Hasan as-SAMSAM [caps mine] in 1053 [before the Templars of 1096-99] three warring emirs divided control of Sicily. Ibn al Hawas ruled northeastern Sicily (Val Demone) from Kasr'Jannis (Enna), Ibn at Timnah ruled southeastern Sicily (Val di Noto) from Siracuse and Catania, and Abdullah ibn Haukal ruled western Sicily (Val di Mazara), a region which included Bal'harm, from Trapani and Mazara."
You get it. But get this too, that "Timnah" was traced (by me) to the Samosata line to the Samnites>Dumnonii. In other words, both "Samson" and "Timnah" depicted the same Samosata Armenians...living just to the west of Jerusalem, at Shemesh. Note the Timnah/Samnite/Dumonii-like "Demone" term in that quote.
In the last update page, I expressed the idea that the Say surname was related to Seatons (of Lothian/Louden) who were from Sadowskis, and now we find that the Says, using a Shield in colors reversed from the Veres and Masseys, use the same Shield as the Stubbings. Note that the Lothians/Loudens (use bugle in Arms of Traby colors) smack of "Lauder" (which by the way uses the tree stump of the Lauries/LOWrys, which is also the Rodam/Rodham stump). It is notable now that Lothians/Loudens use "dormit qui custodit" as a motto phrase, the emphasis on "qui."
Thus in this picture, the Q of the Sadowskis et all may link to Guiscard, and therefore to the Goz and Gois/Guis family. Having said that, I re-checked the Gois/Guis/Guys Coat and found a "Quo" motto term!
But now, BEHOLD. In the second update of March, I recorded that both the Scottish Lauries/Lowry and the Lauders use a "Repullulat" motto term. The Lauders use the same griffin I came across yesterday but didn't mention for lack of sufficient reason. Where did I see it? In the Grantham Coat, which was checked because Tancarvilles/Tanerdevilles "held lands in Grantham, Oston and Somerly." The idea that Tanerdevilles were linked to Sadowskis and/or Sarkynskis is that Tanskis also use the Q.
Let's not forget that Sadowskis were in Gostwym a term smacking of "Oston." I suggested yesterday that the Gostwyn location was linked to "Gos" et al. Amazing "coincidence" isn't it? I also showed yesterday that the Gaston surname uses the Surrey/Sark colors and symbol, and that Gastons were first found in Surrey, yet another amazing "coincidence." Clearly, these bloodlines lead back to mythical-Sauron Saracens of the rings of power.
Indeed, the above griffin (in the same colors) was highlighted in the Italian Ali Coat because the family was first found in the Saracen region of Sicily, where Tolkien's codes led to (i.e. to the Aeolian islands and Messina) as per his Sauron character (holder/creator of the magic ring of power). I realized that "Sauron" depicted Templar-Rus-allied SARACENs. Note the ZARCZYN(ski) surname (!!!) of Poland (that uses the Sadowski Q).
You can bet your fiercest dragon that the Nalecz (look's like "Alecs") surname that was also the Sadowski surname traces somehow to the Ali and Alis family. The Alis surname uses the Macey/Mackay bear!! Early Meschins (they were from the Goz/Gois family) and relatives named their daughters, Alis/Alice.
I had suggested that "Dark/D'Arque arose from a D-version "Saracen." The Sark/Surrey surname may now apply to Saracens, who were Arabs of sorts (i.e. Arphaxadites Hebrews) that I trace to "Thrace." I had traced Thrace's Troy/Tros to "Tyre/Tyrus," and independent of that idea I traced "Surrey" to "Surru/Tsurru," the alternative/early name of Tyre!!
Compare "Zarczyn(ski)" to the Sarsen variation of the English Sarasin surname, or to the Sarazin variation of the French Sarasin surname. I traced the Coat symbol of the latter branch to the Arms of Milan as per the Saracens of the Massino-Visconti family. Not only did I trace "Vis(conti)" to "Guiscard," but the Italian Milan surname was first found in Messina (southern Italy, home of Saracens). I then found Massi-Coat evidence that the Massino-Visconti clan linked to the Dol proto-Stewarts (compare Massi Coat to the Stewart Coat), which should explain why the French Sarasins were first found in Brittany. I now re-see that the Milan Coat is a tree stump!!!
Wikipedia's Saracen article has a link at the bottom of the page to Serkland: "In Old Norse sources, such as sagas and runestones, Særkland or Serkland was the name of the Abbasid Caliphate and probably some neighbouring Muslim regions."
These things are ASTOUNDING, for I was led to the Neils/Sweenys again days ago when tracing the Sadowskis to the Queen/Sweeny surname, and now I'm finding Sadowski ties to the Neil-branch Sweenys.
I was thinking again last night on the coincidence that I trace Sion to Savona, while I trace Savona to the "swan" code and Sviones, while the Sviones were a fellow peoples with Sithones who I say named Sitten. In that picture, "Sion" did not develop from "Sitten," but rather the Sion/Swan surname suggests that "Sion" developed from the Sviones, while "Sitten" was the Sithone version of the old term...from mount Hermon's summit. That idea supports my trace of both Sithones and "Sion" to "Sidon," for I figured that the Biblical Laish, a location said to be inhabited by Sidonians, was related to the Sion summit, for Laish was on the foothills of mount Hermon.
In other words, the Sviones and Sittens were both from the Sion cult, the Sithones from the Sidonians that named Sion, while the Sviones were more-properly Sidonians who carried the Sion spelling of the term. That tends to prove my other old theory, that Lothian traces back to Laish>Lotan>Laden elements...as carried by Daphne (daughter of Laden) to the Safini/Sabine founders of Savona. In short, Sabines were the root of Templar Sionists.
I had traced Daphne's Saphon mountain (where Baal ruled) to Sophene in Armenia, smack beside Samosata. In fact, both Sophene and Samosata used Samo/Samos as their god, a term that I traced to the makings of "Samson" and its cult Danaan cult. In the book of Judges, what appear to be Samson-related Daniy, attacked Laish and, conquering it brutally, they renamed it, Dan. The place then became the Biblical Dan of the north, to be distinguished from the land in the south allotted (by God) to Dan, son of Jacob/Israel.
I think it is a FACT that Sophene was the land of the proto-Sabines, while Samosata was the land of the Samnites, fellow tribe in Italy with Sabines. As you know by now that I trace Samson to the Ixion-branch Hyksos that I feel was named after "Zion," so it makes sense that Sionism is carried to the modern day by the Samson cult as it fed into the Samnites and Dumnonii at Devon. The Surreys/Sarks were first in Devon, and because I feel that Devon was named after Daphne elements, Sophene elements must have founded Devon...explaining also why the Savone/Saffin surname was first found in neighboring Somerset.
We need to be mindful that most of the Saracen topic is thanks to Tim, and yet he probably didn't realize that his sharing the Sadowski article with me would lead right back to Saracens. It's astounding how God is working this through. We saw in that article that Anthony Sadowski married "Marya Bordt, or Mary Bird as it was Anglicized," and so see that the English Birds use the Rangabe and Bouillon cross (Bird colors), a Templar cross deluxe. Note that the Bouillon Crest is a black Moor head.
The Birds were first found in Cheshire. Their sparrows/martlets suggest links to the English Bords. I've just realized that I showed the French Bord Coat before, but under another name. Hang on a minute while I find out what it was...It's exactly the English (but Flemish) Gaunt Coat (Flemings were the guts of the Templars, and Godfrey de Bouillon was a Fleming). There could be links to the axe-using Birdens/Bordons/Bourdons.
Amazing. I moved on from the Bird topic to the Nalecz mystery. Searching for that family elsewise, I realized that "ick" endings are also "ey" endings, so I tried "Nalley," as in the MacNallys. Martlets!! The same footless martlets as per the English Bird Coat!!! AND AND AND, an axe (!!!!), the same style as per the Birdens/Bordons. Anthony Sadowski married family, and he knew it!
English Burtons/Birtons use talbots on a Bellamy or Bell Shield (I trace "Bellamy" to "Fleming/Vlaam"). I just traced Bellamys and Bells to the Baal root (i.e. Baole variation of the Boyles/Boiles) of the Bouillons/Bouiles. The Burton/Birton Crest is the same nine-acorned oak tree as in the Boyle/Boile Coat ("Dominus" motto term, smacks of the Dumnonii). This oak design traces to the Italian Apollo Coat (I think the nine acorns are clue to the nine witches of Apollo-rooted Avalon), the surname of which I trace to ABELLinus/Avellino (not far north of Sicily). The Avellino/Avello surname was first found in Sicily. The Apollo surname is also "Polloni," smacking of "Bouillon."
At this point I entered "Badon" because "Bouillon" looks like a version of the Revelation-9 "Apolluon," which destroyer in Hebrew is "Abaddon." I realize it's a long shot. The Badon/Batton symbol is the axe. I'm keeping in mind that the axe may depict Sion-like "Ixion" of the Hyksos, which could explain, not only the Baal root of the Bouillons (Hyksos worshiped Baal), but the fact that he is traced by many to original Templar Sionism. Badons/Battons were first found in Somerset, founded by the Dumnonii.
The Badon/Batton Crest is "A hand holding a human eye."
Mythical Abas represented, as a fact, the Abantes/Abantian peoples of Euboea, and meanwhile Abaddon/Apolluon is said to come forth from an "abysso" (Greek for "abyss). Entering "Bantes," therefore, brings up the oak leaves of the French Ban/Bant/Band/Bantes Coat, the surname first found in Champagne, where Avallon is located! I trace "Champagne" to "Campania," where Avellino is located!!!
ZOWIE, this is NOT a coincidence. Mythical Abas depicted the Revelation destroyer. The Abantians became Ban/Bant, father of Lancelot i.e. the Ban/Bantes family of Avalonian blood. Does this mean that the nuclear bomb of Revelation 9 will be set off by the Templar cult of the last days? Or will it be some other Abantian branch? The Abantians likely link to the Corybantes founders of Troy, a branch of Curetes (axe symbol) and/or Telchines (very satanic).
The Banes/Baynes of Bainton (Yorkshire) use the Ban/Bant colors, and an "arte" motto code for Arthurian importance. But they also use "Vel" twice, likely code for Avalon. The French Banes/Bannents use the symbol of the Montfiquets...which reminds me: a young mouse has been up here four nights in a row. The other night it ran past the mouse trap, hit it, set it off, but escaped without losing even some fur. It wasn't heard from last night, when I put a nice fresh piece of cheese in the trap. It's mother/father, with brown spot, may still be alive too, and for all I know she/he might be scratching under Obama's desk.
A few years ago, I traced the Apolluon/Abaddon entity to the scorpion symbol of Apollo, and because "Gareb" was said to mean "scorpion," I figured that Apollo was linked to Garebites. That's where the Corbet surname comes in, as it uses "corvos" (means "crow" in Greek) in the motto, a code, I think, of Garebites as per their Sorb/Serb branch. Well, just now I re-found the Corbet Coat when entering "Corban," seeking Corybantes-linked surnames. French Corbets show a Corbinot variation.
And the anti-Israeli Obama cometh but to steal and destroy:
"THE WEEKLY STANDARD has learned that senior Obama administration officials have been telling foreign governments that the administration intends to support an effort next week at the United Nations to set up an independent commission, under UN auspices, to investigate Israel's behavior in the Gaza flotilla incident....
While UN Ambassador Susan Rice is reported to have played an important role in pushing for U.S. support of a UN investigation, the decision is, one official stressed, of course the president's. The government of Israel has been consulting with the U.S. government on its own Israeli investigative panel, to be led by a retired supreme court justice, that would include respected international participants, including one from the U.S. But the Obama administration is reportedly saying that such a 'kosher panel' is not good enough to satisfy the international community, or the Obama White House."
Globalists are intent on blowing the flotilla incident up, and of course we hope that it explodes in their faces.
A J-Post headline: 'No sign of war with Hizbullah soon', may be written while in the eye of the hurricane. UNIFIL's "Cuevas' assessment comes in direct contradiction to IDF claims that Hizbullah is widely deployed in Lebanon and has dramatically bolstered its military infrastructure since the Second Lebanon War in 2006, primarily within the 160 villages in Southern Lebanon." We'll see who's right.
In Iraq, the two largest Shi'ite blocks claim that they are merging. It's a shame that the Iraqi courts allowed Maliki to get his way, deciding that losing parties of an election can join parties and thus form the government while leaving out the party that won the election. I don't know how that mentality can stand. It's contradictory to logic. But so far, there's no word on Allawi's legal challenge. I don't get it.
What do you tell Iran if you're the Israeli defence chief that knows you're going to attack Iran's nuclear sites? You tell them, through news leaks, that you're going to do it very soon, and very soon passes away time after time, and then, after the Iranians think you've been bluffing all along, whamo!
"The Egyptian government believes July will be a decisive month that may see an Israeli military strike against Iran's nuclear facilities, according to a senior Egyptian security official speaking to WND.
The official said Egypt already has implemented security measures that take into account an Israeli strike against Iran within the next month or so.
...Mahmoud al-Zahar, Hamas chief in Gaza, told WND he believes a Middle East confrontation is likely, possibly in the next few months.
...The Egyptian security official, meanwhile, said his country bolstered security forces along the border with the Hamas-controlled Gaza, believing Iran will urge Hamas to retaliate against Israel during any war with the Jewish state.
The security official said the Egyptian military has been placed on a general high alert.
He said a decision two weeks ago to open the Egypt-Gaza border took into account the possibility of an Israeli military strike against Iran next month. He said during any future war between Israel and Iran, the Gaza-Egypt border will need to remain closed due to likely security threats from Gaza.
...Egypt's estimation of a Middle East conflict may be particularly relevant since Israel has recently coordinated military training exercises with the Egyptian government. The drills were clearly aimed at Iran.
Egypt last year granted Israel permission to conduct naval exercises off Egyptian coastal waters."
Who to believe? Even the crystal ball is confused.
That's it for the relevant news. The Iraqi parliament starts activity this Monday, and things should start to shape up...hopefully, as the Daniel-11 text outlines.
The idea that "Sadowie" (Polish home of Sadowskis) formed into/from "Stow" is Stewart-interesting. We might only be half-convinced that the Stows were Stouts in that entering "Stout" brings up the Stow Coat. We might ask, why "Stout," why not "Stourt."
Then there's the idea that "Sadowie" formed "Stive/Stivic," and it just so happens that I had once found a Sturt/Sturd-using surname by entering "Stiver," and to no surprise the Sturtevant Coat uses a lion in it uses a lion in colors reversed from the English Stewarts. Entering "Sturt" alone (or "Stuart") brings up another Stewart Coat that does not come up when entering "Stewart."
This other Coat uses "Noblis" as a motto term (not to mention "Iconis, perhaps code for the Cohens whose checks the Coat appears to use), and then we see that the Scottish Noble Coat uses gold roundels, the symbol also of the English Trebys and Stubbings. The latter Coat is the one with a Q term that may apply to the Sadowski Coat, which one can find by either entering "Sadowski" or "Traby." (Note that French Nobels were first in Burgundy, the place to which Nibelungs trace.)
This is all very convincing that Trabys were of the Stewart fold. It's also evident that Stubbs and Stubbings were related to "Sadow" in something like a Sadow>Stow>Stov>Stob/Stub evolution of terms, or vice-versa. The Stubbing write-up: "...conjecturally descended from Thomas de Colunces who's son Hugh acquired the lands of Stebbing and Woodham Ferrars in Essex, containing two Mills, vines, and five beehives. Thomas was descended from the Colunces of Calvados in Normandy."
When we enter "Stive" ot Stove," a Scottish Stevenson Coat comes up with other variant variations that show the surname may not have started out as "Steven." The motto in this coat uses "Coelum" and "Solum," two terms that appear related, one of which should be code for a Kyle or Cole/Coles family (Kyles claim to be from king Cole), for king Cole was also "Coel." But, the point is, the Colunce location that was root to the Stubbings may relate to the Stive/Stove/Stevenson motto terms.
There is a Colum/Callam Coat in Stive/Stove/Stevenson colors, using an "ardua" motto term. But the Colin(s) surname could also apply as per "Colunce." It may not be coincidental that the English Colins Shield is in colors reversed from the French Nobel Shield, both using black symbols. The Colins were first found in Shropshire, where the Sturts/Stewarts were first found. In the last update page, I conjectured:
"It's hard to believe/understand at this point, until it's explained, but Salop/Shropshire was named after the same Merovingian elements as Lothian. I think there was a Clovis>Clops/Claps>Salop>Shrop(shire) evolution of terms, and so if "Lothian" was from "Clovis>Clode>Lode>Loth," then both strings of terms were rooted in Clovis."
The fact that "Clovis" was also "Chlodovech" caused a check of the Clode Coat, which happened to be the Irish McLeod surname (in the colors of the Colum Coat). In the Colum write-up: "The Callums were an import branch of the clan McLeod of Raasay." The latter term appears to be the Ramasay location (Ireland) of the McLeod Coat write-up.
As per my trace of "Frank" to mythical Frey and Frigg i.e. Phrygians, not forgetting that the Frank-like Varangians merged with Frisian Nibelungs, and that Frisians were from Frey, is it a coincidence that the McLeod write-up says: "[The Norse kings] were in turn descended from King Halfdan the Stingy, a King who was reputed to be descended from the god Frey."
The McLeod Coat is in Leslie colors and has a Leslie-like motto term ("Hold Fast" versus "Grip fast"). Leslie variations could connect with "Louis," another term that stemmed from "Clovis>Clode>Lode (Wikipedia's Clovis article says that "Clode" was alternative to "Lode"). Note that the McLeods/Clodes were first found on the island of Lewis, and that "Lewis" is a known variation of the French "Louis." Possibly, as Leslies of Poland developed into the Irish Leslies/Lastys, the Leods/Clodes of Ireland developed from them, and later "Chlodo" was formed. Clovis is said to have ruled the "first" Franks.
In this picture, the Clovis-based Merovingians were Leslie stock. My independent trace of the fleur-de-lys (Clovis's special symbol) to Lusatians makes for the same Clovis-Leslie link because I trace "Leslie" to Lusatians. Note how the Irish Lusty variation smacks of Lusati(a). The write-up traces to a Gaelic "Loiste." AND, it just dawns on me, the "Suivez" motto term could be code for a variation of the Queis/Kwisa river in Lusatia. I had traced proto-Saxons from "Kwisa" to Gewisse," the original name of Wessex (England). Stewarts claim to be from Saxons.
On the other hand, which may not be contradictory, "Suivez" may be code for the Polish Sobieski surname...which may have arisen as a soft-c variant of "Kwisa." That could explain why the Sobieski Coat uses (in purple) the Leslie buckle.
ZOWIE, having just gone back to see the Sobieski Coat, I found the following in the write-up, not just that they lived in Lubin and Lublin, but "There was a...Sobieszczanski family of Lublin, who belonged to the clan Nalecz, and a Sobek family of Sandomiersz, who belonged to the clan Brochwicz." Astounding!! I had wondered whether "Sandomiersz" was related to "Sadowski," and thanks to Tim (see earlier in this update), I not only learned that "Sadowski" is also "Sandusky," but that the Sadowskis used the Arms of Nalecz!!!
Thus, if "Sobies" derived from the Kwisa/Queis river, then the Q symbol of the Sadowski and Nalecz Coats could very well be code for that river. The Sobieski "buckle" itself looks like a Q of sorts, and if so, all such buckles (i.e. in all Coats) could trace back to the Kwisa river.
Entering "Sovey" brings up the English Savary surname (which may justify my discussion recently on the Sforzas) that I link to Sepharvites. As per a potential Drummond trace to European elements of a chief Sepharvite god (Adram), we find that Drummonds and Leslies were closely related. The French Savary/Savard surname has some Sab-using variations that could link to "Sobies." That idea lends to another idea, that there should be a Sober surname related to Savarys, but when we take a look, it gets even better because Sobbs/Sobers have a Zobisch variation (!), and because the write-up traces to "possibly a patronymic form of the Slavic personal name Sobieslaw, which is represented in German as Sobisch or Zobisch."
Then we find that the Sobbs/Sobers/Sobischs were "First found in Saxony [where we might expect the Kwisa proto-Saxons)...The name dates back to the 12th century when the name Sobisch was a Slavic ducal name in Bohemia...Goswin Sobbe in the Ruhr region of Westfalia..." Goswin??? The Sadowskis were of Gostwyn (see yesterday).
With the Sobieski/Sobek surname now figuring large in a Sadowski discussion that is quite obviously of concern to God for these updates, I should re-mention that FE, who has been used much for unveiling the core of dragon bloodlines (especially those around Sion of Switzerland), has a husband with Sobek bloodline. Otherwise, I might never have known about that surname.
As the Sabines have been a major topic recently, hmm. Savarys/Savards/Sabarys may have been Savona-branch Sabines. But didn't I trace Sabines/Safina to Daphne, and Savarys to Sepharvites? Yes, but then Sepharvites may have named potential Daphne elements...such as Sophene and Saphon. I just thought to check (and I never know when the Spirit puts names into my head) the Devon surname (as per my trace of the Daphne cult to "Devon"), and what do you know: a "Spero" motto term.
In the past, I traced that term to the Speers and Sprees (which use identical symbols), and for that reason to the Spree river in Lusatia, BUT NOW there is cause to trace it also to "Sephar(vite)"! Do you think it was coincidental that, at the very moment that it was dawning on me that Sepharvites named Daphne, I checked the Devon surname (I very rarely have seen it) to find a Sephar-like term? The question is, do sparrows/martlets also depict Sepharvites?
We don't forget that Savones/Saffins were first found smack beside Devon, but now I can add that the surname has a Savin variation smacking of "Devon." There is a Devin/Davin surname said to derive from a Gaelic word meaning "ox," which jibes with my theory that Joktanites (= founders of Sepharvites) used an ox for a symbol. That Gaelic ox term is "Daimhin," smacking of the Dumnonii founders of Devon!!
Then, checking for a Daim surname, we find the Done/Donn Coat popping up, a surname first found in Cheshire. I trace Daphne of Devon to Deva (later Chester) of Cheshire. This surname has a Doune and Doane variations much like the Duane variation of the Daimhins>Davins.
The Done/Donn surname also uses an "Omnia" motto term, just so that you know to link it (from other Coats) to the Dumnonii>Domnann bloodline that formed the (Mac)DONalds. Yes, the ONalds derived from "Dhomhnuill," what must have been the Irish Domnann peoples. Note how the Neils/Nihills may have formed out from the old Donald name.
Checking Dumnonii-like surnames, we find the Italian Domino/Damini surname first found in Piedmont, which was interior Liguria where we would expect some branches of the Savona Ligurians.
I'm very prepared to equate Daphne now with Joktanites. In fact, Dauphine in France was likely a part of Occitania. I have already mentioned my recent realization that Exeter in Devon was named after Occitanian and/or Joktanite elements in Britain. As I mentioned that the Exeters use coronets in Crest, I'll trace them to the Cornovii founders of Cornwall. The Cornovii are thought to be named after "horn," possibly the ox/bull horns.
"The Cornovii were a celtic people of Iron Age and Roman Britain, who lived principally in the modern English counties of Cheshire, Shropshire, north Staffordshire, north Herefordshire and eastern parts of the Welsh county of Powys. Their capital in pre-Roman times was probably a hill fort on The Wrekin. Ptolemy's 2nd century Geography names two of their towns: Deva Victrix (Chester), and Viroconium Cornoviorum (Wroxeter), which became their capital under Roman rule."
The "ira Iconis" motto phrase of the Sturts/Stuarts smacks of "Viroconium."
Wrekin and Wrox bring to mind the Breck and Brock surnames, and Brecknock of Wales. But seeing the link of the Cornovii to Shrewsbury (another name for Shropshire), I reflected. I've always wanted to know where "Shrew" derives, whether from "Shrop," of vice-versa. Assuming that "Shrew" came first, the Crew surname, then the Crow surname (camel depicting Camelot/Colchester of king Cole?), seems feasible. So why not also "Crop" after the "Shrop" version? The Crop Coat uses nothing but ox/bull horns! In that picture, it looks like Shropshire was founded by the Cornovii.
The Oswestry quote below starts with the proto-Stewart Alan:
"Alan FitzFlaad (d. c1114), a Breton knight, was granted the feudal barony of Oswestry by King Henry I who, soon after his accession, invited Alan to England with other Breton friends, and gave him forfeited lands in Norfolk and Shropshire, including some which had previously belonged to Ernoulf de Hesdin (killed at Antioch while on crusade) and Robert de Belleme [there's that Bellamy link to Stewarts I suspected!].
...He married Ada or Adeline, daughter of Ernoulf de Hesdin...But two of their younger sons, Walter and Simon, travelled to Scotland in the train of King David I, Walter becoming the first hereditary High Steward of Scotland and ancestor of the Stewart Royal Family.
The town [of Oswestry], being very close to Wales, has many Welsh street and Welsh placenames and the town's name in Welsh is Croesoswallt, meaning Oswald's Cross...It eventually became known as Oswald's Tree in English, from which its current name is derived."
First, note how the Croesoswallt term smacks of "Crow." Then see that the Hesdin Coat is virtually the CROWley Coat!! Crowleys were apparently named in honor of Oswestry elements of the Stewarts; we don't neglect that an influential Golden-Dawn satanist, Aleister Crowley, came along in the last generation claiming, and wanting to be, the anti-Christ.
It wouldn't be surprising to find that Oswalds connect to the Walter name used by the Dol-line Stewarts. In fact, after writing that, I re-checked the Walter Coat to find the Hesdin and Crowley boar heads (though in red).
The Oswald motto includes "Forti," a term that was linked (sixth update May) to the Mackays/Heths of Fortrin, an alternative term for Moray ruled by MacBeth. The Oswalds were first in Caithness in the Mackay theater. The Cornovii had a branch in Caithness, says Wikipedia's article. The savage in the Osborn Coat, who wears what could be the Masonic apron, is the white-skinned Moor of the Scottish Moor/Muir/More Crest. Also, there was a More location in Shropshire that I think was related to Moray. As I trace Moray to Merovingian Franks, note the "frangor" motto term of the Moors/Mores.
Unlike the Murrays that were first found in Moray, the Moor/Mores were first found in Ayrshire, where Kyles lived. I say this because the Oswald Coat uses "Coelum" as a motto term, the term used also by the Sturts/Stuarts. This all tends to prove that the Oswald surname is the one from Oswestry. Note the Zionist star in the Oswald Coat. German Oswalds also use Zionist stars.
Going back to Henry I's grant of Hesdin and Bellamy lands to the proto-Stewarts of Dol, let's ask where "Hesdin/Heston" might originate. Doesn't the Heth clan of Mackay come to mind, that I trace to Hesse? The write-up mentions one Hewstone, smacking of the "Hugh" that the Heths and Mackays are said/thought to derive from. As I trace the Mackays and MacHeths to Hugh D'Avrances, of Goz/Gois blood, not only do we once again see that this bloodline was in very fact merged to the Alans of Dol, but when we check the Hewstone Coat, we find the Stewart checks in alternative fashion on what looks much like the Stewart Shield.
If that's not enough, the surname is also Hughstone (not to mention Houston) and Cuiston!! That would appear to clinch a link back to Hugh Goz/Gois D'Avranches. THE IMPORTANCE HERE is that I first got wind of his link to the proto-Stewarts of Dol because, while they were from Alan-fitz Flaad, Hugh was called Hugh Lupus Flaidd (I have read that Stewarts worshiped the dog, or at least used a dog symbol, in early times). If it's true that "Flaidd" means "wolf," as claimed in Wikipedia's article on Hugh, then Flaad was likewise named after a wolf. That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it.
Interesting: entering "Cuis" brings up an Irish Cuis/Kewsh clan, said to be linked to the Somerled-branch MacDonalds. The Cuis/Kewsh Coat uses the Ferte eagle in the same colors, but with the MacDonald ship upon it. As French Fertes were from the house of Bellamy (Normandy), while Bellamys and Hesdins together joined the proto-Stewarts of Dol, while Hesdins/Hewstones appear like Hughstones/Cuistons who should therefore be a Cuis/Kewsh branch, it is a strong case for linking the French Fertes to the latter Irish clan.
For years I've been wondering what that red eagle on the MacDonald ship, of the MacDonald Coat, links to. It would appear to be the Ferte eagle. I would have been lost on the very-important Ferte topic had not an emailer, with Macey surname, sent me the article with evidence that Maceys were from Fertes of Bellamy. He/she has never written back to me since that first time, not many months ago.
The Stillbhard variation of the royal Stewarts is mysterious. But with a Stewart trace to "Sadow(ski)," perhaps Stil-using variations were from the Sadlow(ski) variation. Note that Sadlow>Sadlov>Sadlob can form "Stillb."
If anything can speed the tribulation of Israel, it's Israel's attack on Iran at this time:
"Saudi Arabia will allow Israeli jets to use its airspace to bomb Iran's nuclear facilities, The Times of London reported [today].
The report cited a US defense source as saying the Saudis have already done tests to ensure no jet is shot down in the event of an Israeli attack. The source added that the US State Department is aware of the action and agrees with it.
According to the report, a Saudi government source confirmed that a blind eye would be turned to Israeli jets attacking Iran.
An Israeli attempt to destroy Iran's nuclear capabilities would likely target uranium enrichment facilities at Qom and Natanz as well as a heavy water reactor at Arak and a gas storage development at Isfahan."
However, that might merely be a "press release" scare-tactic to pressure Iran, with no Israeli intent to attack through any country's airspace. How else can we understand the part about the U.S. being for flights through Arabia? Globalists are dead set against such a strike. But one never knows: Israel might yet make the fateful decision.
With a "Daphne" link to "Sephar" of the Joktanites, there's a very good chance that Sophene was the land of Sephar. Likely, Sephar was Subartu of the Assyrian theater, but then it may later have become Sophene, which was between Assyria and Syria. The idea I've held for years is that "Subartu" evolved into the Sparti/Spartans, which harmonizes with the above because the Daphne cult lived on the Ladon and Peneus rivers to/on Sparta's north. It is known that Spartans were one and the same, virtually, with LaceDaemonians, who I've suspected founded the Sabine>Dumnonii line. Or, perhaps, the Dumnonii and Sabines were two distinct lines out from Lacedaemonians. When I was keeping an eye out for the root of Sabines/Safini, I found a website or two tracing them to Spartans.
There's a very good chance that the Lace portion, from "Laconia" of Sparta, derived from Ladon river elements, especially if Ladon derived from "Laish" and "Laz." If I recall correctly, the Laz of Caucasia lived at Lazona, very Laconia-like. And as you may know, I traced the Laz to the Spartan city of Las/Laas on the Mani peninsula, the two of which I think were encoded as "Menelaus." Laconia may have been named after mythical Lycaon, whom we will meet below in a Sepharvite-of-Sparta discussion. If correct, Lycaon should have been a carrier of Laz>Ladon blood.
The trace of the same Sabines to Savona in Liguria supports a trace of LaceDaemonians to the founding of Ligurians in Lacydon...in the Rhone valley (near the river's mouth). Dauphine is up the Rhone river, wherefore there are too many coincidences for these lines not to be the old reality. The Dumnonii founders of Devon were Spartans from Italy. AND, the point is, they were Joktanite/Occitanian Sepharvites, the darkest of cults.
If "Joktan" formed a soft-c version such as "Ostan," then perhaps the Gostyn region of the Sadowskis applies. As Sadowskis were Trabys, they can trace back to Trabzon, another place to which Joktanites trace...if the Thermodon variation of "Trabzon" was named after the Sepharvite god, Adram, which was apparently named after Hadoram, son of Joktan. As the original Amazons were fundamental to the Thermodon, Joktanites appear to be in the heart of Amazons, which explains the Gulf of Adramyttium in Mysia (Mysia was the next home of the Amazons).
Just after we read about that gulf, we find: "The major rivers in the northern part of the [Mysian] province are the Macestus..." The term smacks of the Makes term of Macclesfield's alternative, Makesfield, and the Maccus term underlying the Maxwells and Maxtons. But these terms suggest the Meshech elements that were Amazons, which were not the Sepharvite=Hebrew elements. I think one will find that all dragon bloodlines of the West trace through the Mysia-Phrygian theater at one point or another, and that they were a mix of Amazons with various pagan (non-Israelite) Hebrew tribes.
One might like to break the term down as Adra-Myttium, but the following webpage suggest a root, 'Adram":
"...named form Adramys, brother of Croesus king of Lydia, a seaport in the province of Asia...in the district anciently called Aeolis, and also Mysia..."
Another website (below) says that the city of Adramyttium was itself called Aeolis. It can't be a coincidence, therefore, that Aeolus was the god of the Winds, where the western wind was called "Zephyrus." It's as if Sepharvites were named after western colonization.
Apparently, the Sepharvites were homosexuals:
"Zephyrus loved Apollo, and killed his rival Hyacintos when the god had shown interest in him. When the two were throwing discuses, Zephyrus blew the discus in Hyacinthos direction, killing him when it hit his head."
Hyac??? Was Hyacinthos a depiction of a Hyksos branch in the Greek theater? If so, the above myth suggests a war between Hyksos and Sepharvites that the latter won handily. The myth also suggests an alliance/oneness between the Hyksos and Apollo elements (which the Sepharvites came to dislike). It's as if Sepharvites and Apollo were one, and then the Hyksos moved in, whom the Sepharvites loved at first, then came to hate. Note that while I trace Sepharvites to Daphne, another myth says that Apollo loved Daphne (i.e. the same as Zephyrus loving Apollo).
NOW, I just looked up some details on Hyacinthos, and I kid you not this was after I had written all of the above. His home region was Amycles in Sparta! :
"Amykles is a village and an archaeological site located southwest of Sparta. The ancient city was founded by Amyclas, the son of Lacedaemon."
Amycles is just north of the Mani peninsula on the Eurotas river, which river I think derives from "Ebrotas," smacking of Eber, father of Joktan, and also of the Ebro river in Sephardic and Iberian Spain. The overwhelming conclusion is that Spartans were Joktanite Hebrews, but why not also other types of Hebrews. The above article goes on to say:
"About the same time (8th century BC), there was erected at Amyklai the Sanctuary of Apollo, enclosing within its temenos the tumulus of Hyakinthos, a pre-Hellene divinity whose cult was conflated with that of Apollo, in the annual festival of the Hyakinthia."
"Pre-Hellene" means very early, before the Greeks under Hellen, Aeolus, Dorus and Xuthus. The timing could therefore jibe with the expulsion of Hyksos from Egypt (15th century BC). The Wikipedia article on Hyacinthos suggests that the Apollo cult supplanted the Hyacinthos cult, more or less took it over while merging with it. That makes sense where Apollo represented Baal, the Hyksos/Hayasi god.
The piece ends by linking the city to Castor and Pollux: "Traditionally Amyklai was associated the residence of Tyndarus and his sons, the Dioscures." This Pollux (one of the two Dioscures) was likely, therefore, the Apollo branch of the Hyacinthos cult. In that picture, Pollux, whom I trace to Poland's founding, was a Hyksos merger with the Apollo cult from Abilene/Abila of Syrian Phoenicia.
Another article suggests that Hyacinthos was of the chief homosexual cults: "The first to fall in love with Hyacinthus was the Thracian Thamyris, son of Philammon, son of Apollo, or as others say, son of Hephaestus. It is said that Thamyris was the first man to fall in love with males." Hephaestus was god of the Kabeiri cult of Galli queers, a species of immoral men that I think myth writers portrayed as Amazonian women (in myth, Amazons were all women, no men). It would be interesting to know what the discus represented that killed Hyacinthus. The Hyac term can explain why the Hicks surname in the West is also "Hack."
The identity of mythical Zephyrus may be in the 1911 edition of Britannica's article on Hyacinthos, where we read: "As a youthful vegetation god, Hyacinthus may be compared with [the brothers] Linus and Scephrus..."
This webpage says that, when Apollo and Artemis took vengeance on those who persecuted Latona (= Leto, mother of the two), Apollo had a private conversation with Scephrus in the land of Tegea. The latter place was in Arcadia, but it's Tegeatan inhabitants were named after Taygete, where Amycles was located. In the myth, a Leimon (other pages use "Limon") character kills his brother, Scephrus, and then Artemis kills Leimon, as if to clarify that the Apollo-Artemis twins won a mortal conflict against the Sepharvite-branch Tegeatans.
It therefore appears that these were the Zephyrus-branch Sepharvites who loved, then hated, Hyacinthos at Amycles. As Hyacinthus was made a son of Hephaestus in some accounts, Leimon could be code for a peoples from Lemnos (the sacred island of Hephaestus). At the start of Genesis 25, sons of Abraham are listed with his other wife, Keturah. One of their descendants is listed as founder of Leummites, while a brother line is a Letushite one. I've theorized that one led to a peoples of Lemnos while Letushites were depicted by Leto/Latona (= Lydians), mother of Apollo.
In this picture, the Laz, Ladon, Latins, and perhaps also the Laconians, were from Letushites. Note that Leto was depicted as a wolf line, just like mythical Lycaon, and that while Lydians were depicted by Leto, Lycians had a Lada goddess...as if to suggest that Lydians and Lycians were cousins, but one from a 'd' version of Ladon-like elements while the other appears to be from the 'z' version Laz elements.
A third tribe from Abraham and Keturah were Asshurites (same Biblical term that were the Assyrians), which may or may not have been the first wave (i.e. not the Isaiah wave) of Assyrians shortly after Abraham's time, among whom were the Subartu and Arphaxadites. All three tribes are listed as descendants of Abraham's son, Dedan, whose brother was Sheba, and although these two are not the earlier Sheba and Dedan brothers (Genesis 11:7) of the Hamite "race," it appears that they were named in honor of those brothers. It should be noted that the earlier brothers were in the Yemen theater, and across the waters in Ethiopia/Punt, so that Abraham's Sheba and Dedan may have had elements of Joktan's Sepharvite cult.
Lycaon was an Arcadian peoples who was given a bee-line mother, Meliboea. His father was Pelasgus, who sounds much like Peleg, Joktan's brother. As we know that Genesis 11 tells that Peleg means "divided/division," so note this:
"Lycaon was the cruel king of Arcadia, son of Pelasgus and Meliboea, who tested Zeus by serving him a dish of a slaughtered and dismembered child in order to [dis]prove that Zeus was truly immortal."
In Lycaon, I'm imagining the Lycians. A similar thing was said of Pelops, king of Lydians: his Lydian father cut him into pieces and offered him as food to the gods, suggesting that Pelops too may refer to Peleg's descendants (if that truly makes Baal an arm of Pelegians, so be it). BUT, it also smacks of the Sepharvite practice of offering children to Moloch! Thus, the story is not real, just code for Sepharvite religion, and the same code should apply with Lycaon's myth.
I note that Hermes, who had a home on the Hermus river in downtown Lydia, helped Pelops conquer the part of Greece (Peloponnesia) that held Sparta. Hermes, from mount Sion where Laish was located (i.e. make the Laish connection to Lydia and Lycia), was made Greek "born" in Arcadia, where Lycaon had his peoples. We get it: Laish-ans ended up in Arcadia and in neighboring Lacona of downtown Sparta, and the Danaan who were in their midst, ruling at Argos, must have been the conquerors of Laish...who had renamed the city, Dan (see Biblical book of Judges).
But I trace Ixion-branch Hyksos to mount Sion/Ardos too, so that I expect them also in Arcadia. This makes the Sepharvites of Arcadia appear to be linked to Hyksos, not just because Hyacinthos smacks of the Hyksos, but because it's known that Hyksos were likewise pagan Hebrews (with no Israeli/Biblical/Mosaic colors whatsoever).
The Lycaon article tells that "In Astronomica, Hyginus describes the victim of Lycaon [i.e. it shouldn't be "victim OF Lycaon," but "the victim, Lycaon") as being Arcas, son of Jupiter (Zeus) and Callisto, the daughter of Lycaon." That is, Lycaon was construe-able as Arcas, the mythical founder of Arcadia that was depicted as a bear. I have recently traced that Arcas bear to the Ardos bear term that was an alternative name of mount Sion (at Hermon). As the alternative Ardos name is used in the book of Enoch (which I don't view as Scripture) in association with the Nephilim cult, I would naturally trace Ixion (husband of Nephele), and the Hyksos that I think he depicted, from Ardos to Arcadia.
In this picture, it seems hard to distinguish between the Hermes Armenians and the Hayasi Assi (= Hyksos) Armenians, especially as Rosicrucians have made it clear that they trace their beloved Hermes to Egypt. It should be noted that there was an Armenian peoples made the daughter (Harmonia) of Ares, while her husband, Cadmus, was co-responsible for the formation of the "Sparti." There is no doubt in my mind that Cadmus depicted the Cadusii Armenians that Hermes also depicted so that Harmonia and Hermes come out looking like the same stock, if not the very same line, of Armenians.
Scephrus was made a son of Tegeates (son of Lycaon) and Maera, daughter of Atlas. The seven famous daughters of Atlas were born in Arcadia, though I don't know that Maera was born there; a website claims that she became a line of Atlas (i.e. Atlanteans) to Crete. Then there's mythical Taygete, or Taygeta (no doubt the same stock as mythical Tegeates), who was made one of the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione, mother of Lacedaemon by Zeus. It's clear in this picture that Scephrus was from Lycaon=Lycian elements at Antalya/Attaleia, the Pisidian location after which Atlas was named.
If Lycians trace to Ligurians, and Lacedaemonians to Lacydon of Ligurian roots, Ligurians appear to be mainline Atlanteans...which is what I've claimed for westward Aeolians. In Homer mythology, the last of Aeolus' four winds were the Zephyrus west winds. I have yet to realize the importance or cult-root of "Amycles" (the city that was home to Hyacinthos) that was previously Aeolus, but the term smacks of Maccles(field).
If all the above mud is correct on the particular Biblical Hebrews that I've pointed out, one can see why God would eventually want it revealed, at the end time when the New Beginning is about to start. The Hebrew-Ares cult must be exposed in every way. Add to this picture that Nahorite Hebrews were (in my findings) among the Pisidians of Lycia and Antalya, and originally from the Nairi of Lake Van, Armenia, and one has one hot topic of great dissension. But it's not my purpose to create division, or to confuse Israelites with pagan Hebrews from whom Israelites were called, or to lump YHWH in with the pagan branches. Anyone who seeks to do so would in my view be Christian- and Jewish-malicious.
How could ancient pagan Hebrews, who carried across Europe no Biblical principals, have been Israelites? It doesn't matter that the pagan Hebrews connected with Abraham himself, just as it doesn't matter that some Ishmaelites and Arabs connected with Abraham and related Hebrews. What matters is whether one accepts the Plan of Israel, and the Planner, and His Son, who, akin to the Moloch cult, was given as a sacrifice by His Father for the sins of all humanity. We can either link Jesus to the Moloch cult, or we can have a different opinion. There are two options.
One: Satan knew the Plan of Redemption from the foundations of the world, and sought to ape it through the Moloch/Sepharvite Hebrews, thus creating the impression that Jesus was just a Moloch agent, and/or creating a false-salvation cult with himself as leader.
Two: God decided to do battle against the Dragon's Hebrew cult by offering His own Son akin to the sacrifices of the Moloch cult, in order to burst the very bubble of the Moloch cult in great irony, and replacing it with something real, viable, reliable, with Himself as leader. I think I lean on the first option mostly, that satan's sons formed many gods to create such mud as to make the world lump YHWH in with false gods.
That is the argument used by sons of satan to this day, and they will of course reject the charge that they are sons of satan, instead viewing themselves as enlightened modernists who have rightly progressed away from the God-concept. BUT, they misjudge, for, as Paul pointed out, they neglect the forceful reality: there must be one Creator who gave them breath and created all the wonders that our miraculous eyes can actually see.
It's therefore not so much a debate on whether God was a false god or not, but ultimately the debate is on whether life was Created, or whether it evolved by some dim, brainless, non-tangible process of upward and seemingly-intelligent "evolution of species." And the stupidity of that theory is why faith in God remains large to this day, through the onslaught of humanist propaganda to murder God, so to speak, and now even through the emptiness of the Mary-Magdalene hoax. We can expect many more hoaxes, with "Scientific" explanations, in the coming years.
One might argue that while there's a Creator, it's not YHWH, or that YHWH is a false impression of that Creator, which is what Muslims and liberal Jews would argue, not to mention New Agers who envision a Force-God. Religious Jews argue that YHWH is the Creator, but shun the son-of-God concept where that son is Jesus.
One can read the New testament with a view that the writers were lying, creating a hoax about a mere man (Jesus), and telling lies from first to last to make it appear that he fulfilled prophecies of the Old Testament, such as, but not limited to: the "suffering servant," the "Branch" of David, the "Messiah," "son of Man on the clouds," and the king of eternal Israel. Or, one can read the New Testament with a view that the writers were simply telling the truth to the best of their abilities, and/or with the help of the Spirit's guidance.
For readers who are unsure and yet concerned for the truth whatever it might be, the importance of Biblical prophecy as it relates to the end-times can not be adequately underscored. People who are concerned about whether or not the Biblical God exists, or peoples who would gladly chose and accept Jesus if it can be proved to them that he is in reality the Son of God; those are the people God desires for His Kingdom.
But the scoffers, who without qualm throw away their rights as children of God, who, as Esau threw away his inheritance rights in disgust for a bowl of soup, show contempt for God; these are smoke in God's nostrils, so to speak. Like a man who wants to empty his nose of unwanted snot, so the scoffers who behave rashly, who look up to the skies with a will to conquer it rather than seeing a need to humble before the Creator, are the snot in God's nose. For, He will even spit lukewarm Christians from His mouth, how much more violently will He treat the scoffers? It is extreme violence upon the soul to be rejected by God and shut out of eternal life while others enjoy it. Just try it, and you'll see how hard it will be to keep from going insane in a darkness filled with loud shrieks and cries of despair.
Is Hell a scare-tactic of the New Testament writers? If they were lying about Jesus, then, yes, likely. But if they were telling the truth about Jesus, then the words of Jesus on Hell must stand. If we Christians have given up everything, or if we stand poised to give up everything, even distancing ourselves from relatives who reject our Christianity, but if Jesus was not the Son of God, then we are piercing ourselves with many griefs, and loading the cart of the progressive world with unnecessary and undesired cargo.
I'm sure that quite a few readers are hoping to see end-time prophecy fulfilled so that they can strengthen their faith. But, then, how greater in quality will that little faith be made when the Sign of the Son of Man appears in the sky? You get it: His appearance will make us whole, victorious, no longer asleep in the faith.
The humanist onslaught, together with the lingering of the Coming, will put us to sleep, but we should not confuse being asleep, as are the five wise virgins (Matthew 25), and losing our saltiness so as not to be capable of being salty again. Yet, the difference between losing our saltiness and falling asleep is not a wide gap. The one losing saltiness is the one falling away from faith as per the five foolish virgins. They decide to become worldly while waiting for Jesus, and perhaps stop waiting/expecting altogether.
But those Christians who read these updates (some tell me they do it much, and some have been following since the start on a near-daily basis), they cannot be the foolish virgins, for they obviously hope in the Return, hoping that it is the Coming Reality. I'm not saying of course that one is a wise virgin only if they read these updates; God forbid, that would make me a cult leader of sorts. I do not claim to be your, or anyone's, leader. I am not a leader, just a writer who is doing the watching and passing it along to fellow believers, and in the meantime I'm (or He's) exposing the Dragon's rotten bones, hopefully to the stinking, ugly marrow.
Some readers are not Christians, or are Christians of the Mormon kind, and some readers use my writings to promote their own Magdalene ideas, and the like. One reader was trying to prove, with the help of my writings, that Jesus was a Parthian. Imagine that. But God has a message for all the wayward: endtime prophecy.
Check in now and then, all ye wayward, and see whether the prophecies come to pass. Then, when you see them coming to pass just as I've related, or close to it, then make the right decision: keep away from the 666 purchasing system, and start reading the New Testament as something True. And God bless you in that new life. The Good Decision will be worth your soul and more, for where your heart will later be, there will be the longevity and high-quality of eternal life.
Am I reverting to an evangelist now? Am I preaching? I've always been preaching. End-times prophecy is a Sermon. And, yes, sermons can sometimes put some to sleepiness (which is why some pastors yell a little or a lot), but only because we want to be rid of the talk and to see the Reality in the Sky burst forth into the Ages of the Ages. I am unsettled that the going is so slow to prophetic fulfillment, and I feel for you, readers, especially long-time readers. I really do not want to be the cause of your sleepiness, but even if I'm not the cause, just a participator in it's onset, I am unsettled by it. For your information, I am not immune to the test of faith. I must do battle too, to stay "alive."
In a nutshell: if the watchman falls asleep, uh-oh.
But God is smart; he has many watchmen, and most of the readers here are likely watchmen and watchwomen, for their own circle of friends and family. I know that many readers do not agree with my prophetic outlook completely, yet they put up with my perspectives just to catch the news. That's fine by me. I don't have any compulsion to have you believe what I believe, but I do want to predict the future so that those weak in faith might grow stronger when it happens just as I think prophecy tells it.
If God is with my bloodline project, then readers might get the idea that God is also with me on the prophecy project. In fact, the little signs that God is doing in these updates might be for the purpose of doing you a good turn -- SOON HOPEFULLY -- through these updates. I should be wildly honored for what might be taking place here, yet I sense a lack of proper thankfulness toward Him because it's not being done for me. But when I see the Amazing Work done for you, then I will be THANKful with capital letters. Then I will understand better that God is a Shepherd who does not flee when the wolf pack comes to attack. Then I will be PROUD of MY God.
Until then, I feel like sleeping, for the days are of little comfort, and my house building is much in vain, and you are wondering all along whether I am "touched" in a good-Godly way, or in fairy-airy way.
To those who read with all sincerity and have no particular qualms about me, and who feel that I am doing something useful, I just want you to know I know you're out there, as you sometimes let me know. I dread letting you down in a yawn, but I can't make prophecy take place before its time. I'm in the same boat.
Netanyahu hasn't given the world cry much time, and he's already preparing to ram the cry down their throats:
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said during a meeting of Likud ministers [today] that he supports easing the three-year blockade Israel has imposed on the Gaza Strip, but that he would not approve the lifting of the naval blockade on the Hamas-ruled territory.
With this declaration, Netanyahu rejected the proposal made by the foreign ministers of France, Spain and Italy, who suggested that in the future, Gaza-bound ships be searched by European inspectors in Cyprus.
...[Netanyahu] added that other nations in the region also oppose lifting the naval blockade, saying that "the arrival of ships directly to Gaza is problematic, not only for us, but for others as well."
I'm assuming he means "Egypt" by "other nations." This situation allows the game of chicken between Israel and the Iran axis to continue to the next level. However, the article goes on to say that "Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas had told U.S. President Barack Obama during his recent visit to Washington that he opposed the lifting of the naval blockade because such a move would bolster Hamas, the rival of Abbas' Fatah party." I've read to the contrary, that Abbas is vehemently opposed to the Gaza blockade.
In any case, the Gaza saga continues to the fateful, prophetic end. I don't think that we've heard the end of the anti-Israelis for the rest of this year. But if so, then for sure I am going to fall asleep at the wheel here. Hopefully, an anti-Christ mouse will wake me up just in time:
"Arab League chief Amr Moussa visited the Gaza Strip [today], the highest Arab official to do so since its seizure by Hamas in 2007, and called for an end to Israel's blockade of the Palestinian territory.
Moussa crossed into the enclave from Egypt, two weeks after Israel's deadly interception of a Gaza aid flotilla.
'This blockade...must be lifted and must be broken and the Arab League decision is very clear in this regard,' Moussa said.
...Moussa's trip could signal a shift in Arab policy following Israel's raid on the flotilla.
...In what appeared to be a bid to avoid any impression of Arab League recognition of Hamas's Gaza takeover, Moussa planned to meet Ismail Haniyeh, head of the Hamas government, in his home rather than in his office, officials said.
Moussa did however coordinate the trip with Abbas, presumably to take some of the sting out of his diplomatic nod to Hamas."
I'm not necessarily suggesting that Moussa will become the anti-Christ, but he should side, at least inwardly, with his rotten rats when he comes...if he comes in Moussa's lifetime. If not, I'll still be asleep. I'm suggesting that a mouse, the anti-Christ, will wake us all up in the middle of the night, as per the parable of the ten virgins. If you had been reading my mouse saga from the start, the first and even subsequent mouse signs began when imaginary mice woke me up a few times (three or four occasions) in the wee hours of the morning. Do those mouse signs mean that you need to get ready to trim your lamps?
According to DEBKAfile, a very big rat has been found in a location that explains why he hasn't been found to date:
"Osama bin Laden's hiding place was pinned down for the first time Monday, June 7, by the Kuwaiti Al-Siyassa as the mountainous town of Savzevar in the northeastern Iranian province of Khorasan, 220 km west of Mashhad. He is said to have lived there under Tehran's protection for the last five years, along with Ayman Al-Zawahiri and five other high-ranking al Qaeda leaders.
Debkafile's intelligence sources disclosed Monday night that Turkish prime minister Recep Erdogan and his intelligence chiefs are well aware that Bin Laden and Zawahiri are hiding in Iran..."
Therein is the makings of an Iran-Sunni alliance in the Insurgency that should soon support the neo-Seleucid anti-Christ in Iraq. With Iran backing the al-Qaeda leader, the anti-Christ could also be Ezekiel's Gog.
DEBKAfile is currently highlighting a war developing in the Mediterranean and focused on Gaza in the south and Cyprus (Turkish territory) in the north. I think when the time comes, anti-Israelis are going to see a large window of opportunity against Israel that they feel may never materialize again, so as to act promptly on the opportunity. That window should be opened in Gaza. But first, where's the Rus Rodent hiding out?
As expected, some Sunni leaders are rebelling against Allawi and trying to topple his bid to be the prime minister; it's out of that situation that the Sunni-supported anti-Christ can be expected:
"Iraqiya's top Sunni members are frustrated that Allawi [= leader of Iraqiya] has staked his claim on the prime minister's job, potentially at their cost, according to Iraqi officials involved in the ongoing power-brokering negotiations....
...Several Sunni leaders are either angling for an internal coup or threatening to leave Iraqiya -- along with their supporters -- if Sunnis do not obtain promises of high-ranking posts, according to the negotiators who spoke on condition of anonymity..."
It looks as though a Sunni leader could come in and take the legal bull by the horns in an effort to take Allawi's rightful place as prime minister. That is, if Allawi won't take his case to court against the railroader, Maliki, another Sunni might arise to take the heart of Allawi's party, and then dribble the ball with all cleverness all the way to the Iraqi throne.
Finally, something's shaking:
"The leaders of Iraq's two largest political blocs held talks [yesterday] for the first time since an inconclusive March election, but there was no sign of a breakthrough on the country's next government.
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Iyad Allawi, leader of the winning Sunni-backed Iraqiya alliance, met under tight security at the office of the Council of Ministers, after weeks of sniping over who had the right to try to form the government.
...Allawi, a secular Shi'ite and former prime minister, has warned Iraq risks a return to full-blown sectarian warfare if Iraqiya is denied the right to lead the government.
But some of his Sunni allies fear they risk being locked out of a governing coalition completely if Allawi continues to insist on heading the government...
'This meeting opens the door for another meeting between the two sides and that meeting will further close the distance between them,' said State of law official Ali al-Dabbagh, who is also the spokesman of Maliki's outgoing government.
'It's not fair for people to expect that one meeting will solve all problems,' he said on state-run Iraqiya television, adding that all sides agreed it was important for Allawi's Iraqiya to be included in the next government in some way."
Oh-O. Do you see what's happening? As Allawi gets closer to forming a deal with the Maliki Shi'ites, some Sunni are starting to get nervous. They don't like it, and therefore could join the underground Baathist movement to take the bull by the horns for some better outcome.
The Putin relationship with Iran is souring:
"President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has never shied away from lambasting Iran's foes. Now he has alienated Russia, which has long helped delay or dilute U.N. sanctions aimed at the Islamic Republic's nuclear programme.
The row between Moscow and Tehran reflects long-simmering tensions that came to the boil on Wednesday when Ahmadinejad berated Russian President Dmitry Medvedev for buckling under what he said was U.S. pressure for fresh sanctions.
The Kremlin swiftly chastised the Iranian leader for 'political demagoguery' and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday described Ahmadinejad's tirade as 'emotional'."
The article goes on to tell what was expected, that Russia is upset with Iran for choosing to do a nuclear-swap deal with Turkey after it had rejected the same sort of deal with Russia late last year: "If the deal was do-able now [with Turkey], why not back in October [with Russia]"? This bad turn is fine for prophecy if neither Putin or Medvedev are the anti-Christ. And besides, there's bound to be a rift between Russia and the West that sends Russian sentiments back to Iran's anti-West side.
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