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The Mouse at the White House
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Maybe I'm not crazy after all



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May 22


I don't think the following made the major news, but I have been expecting Obama to embrace the Muslim alliance:

"US President Barack Obama has officially brought his nation into the ranks of the Alliance of Civilizations, a UN organization started in 2006 with the publicized goal of bridging the gaps between Muslim and Western civilizations.

...Obama announced in a statement released by the White House that joining the Alliance of Civilizations is yet another way to forward his 'vision of active US engagement with other nations and international organizations.'"

http://www.israeltoday.co.il/default.aspx?tabid=79

Obama wants to keep his ties to this Alliance low-key. He was slated to speak at the Alliance's global meet months ago, but somehow he managed to duck the media. I recall that the media was not allowed in at the time that he was to speak. We never heard anymore about it, just like the media blackout on Bilderberg meetings. Also, the U.S. will have a Consulate in Kurdish realms, where the media was likewise being blacked out...just as the Counsel of Foreign Relations visited the area:

"The US House of Representatives yesterday approved a resolution calling for the establishment of a US consulate in the Kurdistan Region...

[After all the niceties, we read] The House Resolution 873...also states that a consulate 'will both be helpful in attracting greater US business and investment to the region and ensuring that the region continues to serve as a '"gateway" to US business success in other parts of Iraq, as a number of US Government agencies have advocated.'"

http://www.krg.org/articles/detail.asp?lngnr=12&smap=02010100&rnr=223&anr=35179

Obviously, the U.S. has some plans to carry out in Kurdistan, but I think that good relations there gives "democratic" Iraq some protection against Russian and Turkish infiltration. Recently, Kurd militia inside Iraq have been coming under attack from both Turkish and Iranian forces. This has been ongoing for quite some time without much world-media attention, and underlying it all has been a Kurdish-government fear of deep Turkish intrusions. But in recent months, Turkey has shown a friendly face to the Kurd government, and its oil must be the largest reason of all. In an article of just four days ago:

"...Turkey is preparing to roll out the red carpet for [president] Barzani. The Kurds' internationally respected leader is expected to meet with Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and perhaps even with President Abdullah Gül."

http://www.krg.org/articles/detail.asp?lngnr=12&smap=02010200&rnr=73&anr=35127

Okay, so it's not a big deal; leaders of nations are meeting all the time, like people who like to get out for a first-class meal, and feel important and all. But don't you think that Russia, now being extra-friendly with Turkey because it wants to use its landscape for fuel lines, is urging the Turks to "cuddle up" to the Kurds. And don't you think that Putin would like to give Washington a run for its money in Kurdish ties? Maybe there's something I don't know. Maybe the Kurds and Russians don't like one another, but with Baghdad just agreeing this past week to let the Kurdish oil taps flow, you'd think that even Putin would put on a friendly face toward Kurda. But where is it? Should we be suspicious?

Does Putin feel like he'd be moving in on Washington's gal if he were to show some interest in Kurda? If not, then what's he planning for this part of his yard?

It's not been long since Poland's anti-Russian leadership has been erased by a single plane flight to Russia, and already Russia is seeking energy ties with the remnant of the Polish leadership:

"MOSCOW, May 21 (Itar-Tass) -- Russia proposed to Poland...[Putin's not shy on asking gals out on dates, if there's money to be had]

...Polish Minister of Infrastructure Cezary Grabarczyk, who co-chairs the Russian-Polish intergovernmental commission for economic cooperation, told reporters after a commission meeting here [yesterday}.

'Russia proposed to Poland to participate in the construction of a Baltic nuclear power plant and then make joint electric power supplies to Europe through the Polish electric power grid,' he said."

http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=15151247&PageNum=0

If Obama wants to beat Putin to all the gals waving their slinky economies, he'd better hurry because Packman's on the loose:

"Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited Ukraine on Monday, where he oversaw the signing of several cooperation deals with the new Moscow-friendly leadership.

...Yanukovych said after the talks that the two nations will build civilian aircraft together and create joint industrial holdings in other areas."

http://www.kotatv.com/global/story.asp?s=12494671

Smooching doesn't get sweeter than that. But why isn't Putin on Kurda's doorstep with a smokey convoy of roses? I dunno.

Yesterday, I was led to a Baranya region in southern Hungary where it appears that Maceys and Meschins had a branch. In light of the Baraniechi (Polish) surname that was discussed two days earlier, and the bear of the Macey and Macey/Mackay Coats, compare "Baraniechi" with the old form of the Bernician nation: Bryneich. Let's not forget that the Brian and Brain surnames were discussed along with Baraniechis..who in Czechoslovakia are "Baraneks." Have we found a branch of Bernicians in central Europe, therefore, since after all Meschins did rule "downtown" Bernician lands?

Since I trace Bernicians to Zahringer Berne, and as I identify Zahringers and their Veringen cousins (both use three antlers as symbols) as Varangian stock, consider that exchanging the 'y' of "Baranya" for a 'g' gets us the makings of "Varangi." "Baranek" itself could be evidence that Baranya's 'y' was in fact a c/g-family letter. Let's not forget that Russia was founded largely by Varangians, and that, like Berne, Russia uses a bear symbol (i.e. Varangians transferred their bear of Berne to Moscow, itself a Meschin-like term).

Let's not forget my first instance (of four) of being woken by an imaginary mouse, when dreaming at the time about a bear going for the neck of two deer/stags, and found a headline that morning: "Russian bear goes for the jugular." Since that first instance of finding God's guidance on the mouse topic, for your sake not mine, I've identified the mouse symbol, and even Mickey Mouse, as the family of Meschins...wherefore the Mickey surname is likely a variation of "Mackay." Now I find, apparently, that the Meschins/Maceys had a branch in the Mecsek/Mecek mountains of Baranya, in a country symbolized by a stag, and in fact I've always traced the stag symbols of relevant entities (including the Macclesfield stag) to Hungary's Arpads.

But Bernicians and Varangians existed before Hungary, and king Mieszko, not to mention the Zahringers, came afterward too. The earliest group of the above were Bernicians. At this point, I'm asking whether Bernicians were rooted in pre-Hungary Baranya, or whether they with some Meschin relations put forth a branch there in later times. Why was Margaret born (and raised?) in the Baranya region? I can tell you this as historical fact: she was there after her royal father had been protected in exile among the Varangians of Kiev. If Baranya was already established at the time, then it would appear that she and her father went to live in Hungary among Varangian stock, perhaps even the stock of Zahringer Berne. Andrew I, before becoming king (1046) was also in exile under the protection of the Varangians.

I've just found that "Hungarians arrived to the [Baranya] area in the 9th century, and Baranya county arose as one of the first comitatus of the Kingdom of Hungary, in the 11th century." Previously, it was a Slavic domain. There is every possibility that the place was named after "Varangi," therefore. The article mentions a "Siklos" location (uses gold roundels on blue, for the record) of Baranya, as per my mention of the Sicels>Szekely yesterday, who I figure founded the region of Szekszard on Baranya's north. I had traced the scallops of the Meschins (and others) to the Sicels.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baranya_%28region%29

Going back through my files to find gold roundels on blue, they happen to be on a Mas surname styles "Dumas/De Mas." The Dumais variation reminds me of Maisy Mouse, which was also traced to Meschins (see first update in May). As Blakes are a Mackay sept, I'll record here that the Maisy Crest uses the dragon head design of the English Blake Crest. The Maisy dragon is in DuMais colors, but also in Muse/Meux/Meuse colors.

I mention the latter surname because there is a Heth/Heath surname using "mieux" in the motto. The Heath variation seems to support my trace of "Heth" to the "Keath/Keith" (also Mascal/Maskall") surname. The Heth Coat and Crest uses a rooster. The Coat uses the Sinclair rooster exactly, supporting my trace of EYstein, grandfather of Rollo Claro, to the Macey>MacEY fold (Maceys/MacKays/MacKeys stemmed from MacHeths, it is claimed). The same rooster (but black on gold, Maisy colors) is used by the Brenn/Brene Coat surnames. The German-alternative Crest uses a rooster, and the Coat is in Heth and Maisy colors. The German Brand Coat uses the Bellamy Shield (Bellamys provided Maceys/Mascys in Cheshire).

Apparently, all of the above link to the Mecsec-mountain fold of Meschins of Macclesfield. It should be said that "Mecsek" can be alternated (with consonants reversed) as "Mescek" and that this form easily becomes Anglicized to "Mecey/Macey." The Mick surname (of Lusatia and Silesia) shows both a Miska and Misek variation, the latter looking much like the Mecek variation of the Mecsek mountains.

As I expect the Meschin surname to originate in Poland's royals, the Micks might very well have been the Hungarian branch at the Mecseks. In fact, the symbol of Hungary, on the Arms of Hungary, are red and white horizontal stripes, used in the Mick Coat! Moreover, the Mick surname's write-up traces to "Mikusk," and while I don't agree with the claim that this was a form of "Michael," I do see that it is essentially "Mecsek."

I had dealt with the Mech and Meck surnames not long ago (first update of May) when linking them to Mechlenburg as well as to the rake used by Hungarian king Stephen (ruled not long before Andrew so that he too may have used the symbol):

The major point is: the [Meck/Mech] surname uses "Jungor" as a motto term. This may reveal that Mechlenburg was in-part an Hungarian Arpad entity. The Meck surname is also Meech, Meach and Mekie, which brings Mickey Mouse to mind again [which is also "Michie"]...

The Borderland Mechs were first found in Berwickshire, using a bear...and named after Bryneich (of the Bernicians)!! ZOWIE, the Mechs have just got to be the evidence that Bernicians were from the Mecsec/Mecek mountains of BARANya!!! OR, they put forth a branch in Baranya. I still don't know when Baranya or the Mecseks were named. I've already shown that the Michael Coats are Mitchell Coats with obvious links to the Meschin/Mechen Coat, but I do not think that "Michael" is the origin of these surnames, but rather were Christianized forms of earlier pagan terms.

The Scottish Michaels/Mitchells use "Favente Deo" for a motto phrase, seen yesterday in the Dingwall Coat's "Deo favente" motto. The Mackays were in Dingwall, in Ross-shire, and the MacHeths ruled Ross-shire. I have always claimed that Ross-shire was named after the Varangian-RUS bloodline of the first Drummonds (George was son of king Andrew and his Varangian side; I think both Andrew's mother and wife were Varangians, but others claim just one).

I was just at the king-Andrew webpage and had never noticed the following because I haven't been to the page since I've started talking about the Piasts:

"Andrew's son Solomon never properly managed to establish himself as king [of Hungary]; the sons of Andrew's younger brother gradually took over, particularly since neither Solomon, nor David (Andrew's youngest son) left surviving male descendants. Thus, Andrew's line continued in the Piast dynasty but not in Hungary."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_I_of_Hungary

One could get the impression that Margaret's later sons, AlexANDER and then David, were named after her love of Andrew (she probably didn't want Malcolm to know). But to now find that Andrew's bloodline continued among the Piast Poles, when I trace Meschins (and therefore Mackays) to both the Piasts and Hungary's Baranya, wherein we expect Andrew to have lived, with or without Margaret, is rather intriguing. It may suggest that Andrew got caught up with the proto-Macheths in Baranya. I dunno, it's all foggy, but the ingredients for a recipe appear to be on the table.

Let's go back to the first known MacHeth: "The present orthodoxy makes Mael Coluim [MacHeth] the son of one Beth (or Aed or Eth), Mormaer of Ross..." With my theory in mind that George Drummond (although he didn't really hold that surname as it was his son who is claimed as the first Drummond) went to Scotland to partner with MacBeth, it may be that Malcolm Macheth was of the MacBeth family, especially in light of the above statement. I did trace (conditionally) MacBeth to the Bath surname, which the Welsh call "Ab-Atha."

Checking the Scottish Beth surname, therefore, we find a hand holding a sword, a favorite symbol of the Mackays. The Beth Crest is a green serpent, the symbol of this Mackesy Coat compliments of Tim!! Those exclamation marks are because God was using Tim, I believe, to enlarge my key finds, for your sake, and the green Mackesy serpent now plays large where I suspect (see yesterday) that "Mackesy" was a form of "MacHeth." As you can see, the Mackesy serpent is being pierced through by, or is at least suspended on, a sword held by a hand! The Beth sword pierces, or suspends, a dragon!! It's a match!!! Beths were indeed Mackesy=MacHeths, and the Marge(t)son variation of the Mackesys could be in honor of Margaret.

The Beths are traced by their write-up to the MacDonalds (Ireland), and the same goes for the Mackays. But that's only one side of their ancestry. The Mackays use "forti" as a motto term, and the Beths use "fortuna," both terms possibly symbols for the Ferte surname that formed the Cheshire Mascys/Maceys. Wikipedia's Mackay article speaks of a branch in the Netherlands, wherefore we can now know that the Dutch Mackay/Mechlin Coat (which is the Massey and Vere Shield) represent those Mackays...meaning that Mackays were indeed from the Ferte line to the Masseys/Mascys. Fertes use the Massey/Vere colors because, likely, they were Veres.

Remember, Veres of the dragon line claim to be from the Danann of Ireland, then from the Scots and Picts, and Mackays were, just the same, from the MacDonald branch Domnann=Danann. In fact, Rory of Bute (I hypothesize a MacBeth trace to Bute too) was a prime MacDonald clan, and he with Bute used a blue lion on white, the Macclesfield-lion color...and the color of MacBeth's Moray, which was also the Moray of the Randolph-branch Meschins. You're keeping in mind that Moray was beside Ross-shire, and paired with it so that MacHeth appears to be a MacBeth variation...though I'm not convinced, for I fancy a Heth equation with "Hesse."

The Beaton variation of the Beths could have been a branch of the Bessin/Beeston surname of Cheshire, and therefore linked to the Bessin of Normandy. I would rather think that Heths were related to Beths, therefore, both of Meschin elements. Perhaps "Beth" originally had a hard-t, or even an 's' as in "Bes," and was modified to "Beth" as play on words in honor of the Heths. Hmm, it was only after making that theory that it was realized the French Bes/Bez Coat uses a white star on blue, the Moray star! Bes/Bez variations include hart-t Bets/Betts, but no "Beths." The Dutch Bess surname is properly, Best/Beest, smacking of Beeston/Beeston...and MacBeths proper name, "MacBethod."

Macbeth was ruler not only of Moray but of Fortriu:

"Fortriu or the Kingdom of Fortriu is the name given by historians for an ancient Pictish kingdom, and often used synonymously with Pictland in general. It was almost certainly located in around Moray and Easter Ross..."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortriu

The Mackays ("forti" motto term) probably ruled Fortriu, which appears to be the name of Moray before "Merovingians" of Moravia (beside Silesia/Poland) re-named it. In fact, I traced the Moray Moravians to part-Piast blood. I don't think, as much as it seems plausible, that Malcolm MacHeth's father (Heth) was re-named in honor of Macbeth. I'll stick to my guns on the idea that Heths were relations of the Mackay-branch of Vere-Meschins, the line of which was destined to rule Moray as of Thomas Randolph.

Look it, or as Steve likes to read, Behold! I don't think it's coincidental that entering "Mascal" brings up the Keath Coat, for a shown Meschin variation is "Masculine." The Keath write-up links to the Marshall surname, and the Marshall Coat uses gold diamonds on red, colors reversed from the diamonds in the Arms of Thomas Randolph. Those Arms use a stag as Crest, as does the Keath Crest. Therefore, Heths likely formed the Keaths. The Marshall write-up has Marshalls supporting Malcolm II in war, and his daughter is made, by some, the mother of Macbeth.

It's king-Andrew interesting that Scottish Marshalls use Andrew's Cross in reverse colors, suggesting once again that Heths>Keaths were from Hungarian elements. As Keaths are said to be from the Catti tribe (of Hesse I'm assuming), it is very compelling to trace Heths to "Hesse." But how does one get from Baranya to Hesse? Or, from Hesse to Baranya? Hunsrock, I figure (see yesterday).

BEHOLD!!!! MacBeth was a Mickey Mouse!!! His father was Findlaich, wherefore it's no coincidence that the Findley Coat uses "FORTIS in arduis" as a motto, as well as what appear to be the Mackay swords. AND, the Findley Coat uses a red double-headed eagle on white, the SAME, THE VERY SAME, as the Mickey Coat (!!) which itself appears to use the Mackay sword in Crest. AND, the Findley write-up traces to a Catti-like clan:

"First found in Banffshire [beside Moray and Ross-shire], where they were descended from the Chiefs of the Clan Farquharson, one of the great federation of 26 Clans, known as the Clan Chattan."

I came across another surname of Clan Chattan two update pages ago, in the Bains/Bayns surname...which I figured was in honor of the Baiocasses of the Bayeux/Bessin! AND, Bains are shown as a sept of Mackays!! The Bains Coat also uses the Mackay sword, apparently, the MacDonald ship, and a red lion on gold like the Mickey Coat (Mickeys and Bains' were both first found in Aberdeen).

The English Finns/Fiens use a "Fortem" motto term and would apply to Fortriu (and Findleys) once again. AND, the Welsh Fein/Fien Surname (from Normandy) is the Vain surname (variation of "Wain(wright)/Wayne") shown in the previous update page, using the steel gloves of the Macey/Macy Coat!

The Irish Finns use red mascles (hollow diamonds) on gold, the colors of the Thomas Randolph diamonds. The Finns use "jellyfish" like the Bute Coat. The German Bute Coat uses red roses on white, the color of the Findley roses. That serves as some evidence that the Findley>/Macbeth line did have some linkage to Bute. I know that Bothwells were named after Bute, and they uses the Bute Shield. Perhaps "(Mac)Beth" was a form of "Both."

It's not likely a coincidence that the Farquharson Coat a forti-like motto term. As I traced the Pollock surname to the Fort surname (uses "Fortis" motto term just like the Findleys), I would now venture to say that even the Fort family applies to pre-Moray Fortriu.

ZOWIE, I am BANG-ON this day. I've just noticed that the English Fort Coat uses the SAME BEE as the Bessin/Beeston Coat! If I'm not mistaken, the Fort castle is the Beeston castle...with Arm and Scimitar thrown in. As the Beestons were first in Cheshire, I'll bet the black on white stars of the Forts were the stars of the Pulls/Pulciphers Coat, surname first in Cheshire with the Pulls/Poles (I think Pollock branches). The German Forts use a white lion on blue, the same as the Pulls/Poles.

As Macbeth's bloodline was merged with the bee-line Baiocasses, doesn't my claim find good support where I link Moray to post-Merovingians of Moravia? For, Merovingians had sacred bees.

ZOWIE, the German Beth/Bathes Coat is the Bellamy Shield with Masci fleur-de-lys. The Beth Crest even has white wings, the other Masci symbol.

I've shown that the Bath/ab-Atha Coat uses a white saltire on red, the color of the Macclesfield cross. Therefore, all of these findings, nearly day after day, should end up playing a role in the link of "Gogi bear" (i.e. the anti-Christ) to Iraqi and/or Syrian Baathists...of Meschin-Mickey mouse ancestry.

See how insulting the Arms of Bayeux are. It's a leopard as opposed to a lion. The impish tongue and the eyes are insulting to the viewer, and the creators of the design knew it. The thing looks mad. It's the leopard of Normandy, and that suggests that the English lions are themselves leopards. This is meaningful where leopards trace to Transylvania, or to wherever the leopard-depicted Transylvanians went.

George Drummond's son (Maurice) was styled, as one webpage has said, "Marot doe Yorvik." I thought that this could indicate important of the Drummonds in York, but now, seeking George-Drummond links to the Duff clan of Scotland, I find that German Georges were also "Jorg" and "Yerkes."

The Belgian George Coat is very interesting because I suspect that the flag of England, called George's Cross, was named after George Drummond...because I believe that the Scottish flag was named after George's father, king Andrew. The left side of the Belgian George Coat is essentially half the Scottish flag. Belgian variations include "Gurganus," smacking of the Gorgons who became the Georgians. York was co-founded by Parisii Gorgons. The other co-founders were the Ebroicum Celts of Evreux, who were from the Abreu surname...using two gold lions on red, the symbol, essentially, of the Arms of Normandy (which England took, adding a third lion to depict itself).

Duffs use the lion in the Arms of Scotland (this could be the lion of Ranulf le Meschin, as Wikipedia shows it at his article). I identify George Drummond as "Giric" of the Duff family (he was probably adopted by marriage). I traced George to Britain with his wife from PodeBRADY (Bohemia), and have identified that place with the Brad surname...which uses the same lion in a Coat with colors reversed, as the English George Coat. Impressive. This is new to me today.

As PodeBrady was also PodeBRODY, we find the Brody Coat using the English George Coat AND the Moray stars in colors reversed because they were FIRST FOUND IN MORAY!! They even had a Brodie location in Moray. The Brody Crest is three bunched arrows, perhaps linking to Hungary as per "On-Ogur" meaning "ten arrows." As seven of the arrows/tribes were Magyar, and three were Kabar/Khazar, I would keep in mind that the three arrows of the Brodys might depict the Kabar tribes.

I did trace George's wife (based on a necessary/logical hunch) to Moravian Kabars/Khazars of the Mures river, Transylvania. Transylvanian elements on the Mures, named Marot/Maurice (like George's son), were fundamental to the makings of the Hungarian Arpad kings, and so were, or so they claim, the Szekelys of Transylvania, also on the Mures river. Mures>Moravia>Moray; that's how I see it.

Not finding much luck with Duff links to George, I tried the Daffy/David Coat, and this time it looks good. Said to be named after a David of Wales, I would suggest David I of Scotland because he had everything to do with the MacHeth bloodline -- out of Baranya, Hungary, I feel -- BUT ALSO BECAUSE the Daffy Coat uses the motto: "Pax et Copia." Doesn't that look like code for the Sopianae locality that was later Pecs??? Let's not forget that I linked Sopianae to the Copia term in the Macclesfield motto...because the Mecsec mountains at Sopianae look like the makings of "Makesfield," an early version of "Maccles(field)."

PLUS, the Daffy/David Crest is the Bratt and George lion!

I've got the feeling that "Duff" was a variation of the Dafydd variation of David. Now king Andrew himself had a son named David, who was the brother of the George under discussion, therefore. And who knows how many other Davids there had been in Andrew's bloodline? I did find, some months ago when on the George topic, that the Scots with whom he was associated had been from the Hungary theater in the first place. He was not the first.

Duff (or "Dub") was the son of Malcolm I, from the MacDonalds. The Wikipedia article on Malcolm I tells that his cousin was "Causantin mac Aeda." That's nearly the same name -- Aoidh/Aodh) -- said to form the MacHeths/Mackays. Assuming that Mackays were Maceys/Macys who merged with the Aeda or Aodh clan, we'd expect Mackays to be close to Giric of the Duff family. About all that I can show from online of this Giric is: "Many of the Scots sources refer to [Kenneth III] as Giric son of Kenneth son of Dub, which is taken to be an error." As Kenneth died in 1005, George Drummond (entered Scotland in 1055, perhaps not for the first time) could have been close to Kenneth's son, Boite/Bodhe, so close as to be considered part of the family.
http://yomi.mobi/egate/Kenneth_III_of_Scotland/a

Bodhe's daughter was said to be Gruoch, a George/Giric-like name, and she married MacBeth. I've wondered whether Gruoch was George's sister, and even whether Bodhe was named after someone from Pode-Brady, for example the Brodys of Moray. Gruoch had been married before, to Gille Coemgain, father (with her) of Lulach, and it just so happens that "the Clann Mac Aoidh or Clan Mackay claim descent from Kenneth III through Lulach's daughter." That's at the webpage above. I've never known that before. I found it just now as I was about to leave that page for good. What a shocker.

Okay, that makes a lot of sense, but the Kenneth>Bodhe>Lulach bloodline only explains the Irish-Scot side of the Mackays as it may have been mixed with some Hungarian elements. It does not speak to the Rus-Norman side of the Mackays from Hesse>Cheshire.

Obama should stay at home and forget about global leadership, being a good example to all leaders. For if leaders seek to become the spotlights of the global order, they will all become clowns bashing one another on their noggins. The biggest global chief will become the biggest clown:

"WEST POINT, N.Y. -- President Obama [today] pledged to shape a new 'international order' as part of a national security strategy...

...Obama said the United States will pursue a strategy of 'national renewal and global leadership.'"

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/05/22/AR2010052201586.html

Safe to say, this announcement is a little like starting the Cold War again, no different than what George Bush Jr. did, except that Bush could handle the Russians.

It's not just banks that need regulation now by the global police; governments and other business too. I say the central banks should be regulated with oversight people to assure that they don't operate as though they were God:

"European Central Bank chief Jean-Claude Trichet insisted [today] that the euro was a credible currency but said tighter regulation was needed of banks, markets and government policies.

'It's not the euro which is under threat but the fiscal policies of certain countries which must be taken in hand,' he said in an interview published in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily.

...'"In the financial sector in general, not just in the banks, certain behaviour has developed which are greatly at odds with the basic values of our democratic societies,' he said. 'We need a change of values in the financial sector.'"

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20100522/bs_afp/financeeconomyeurobank_20100522115222

The poorer countries of Europe are now a "crisis" needing fixing fast, before the sky falls. No, but globalists should be shunned, eradicated. Then everyone can enjoy their melted cheese sandwiches without fear of the sky falling. God's way is the best way: be content with less, with the free things in life, like good friends, trusted neighbors, no locks on the doors, no human scum lurking about seeking our children's sexual exploitation. The list of happiness goes on and on, but this list is not a part of globalism. Instead, the agenda is how to "fix" the global money.

Iran is now saying that the nuke deal with Turn-key will be off if Globamists continue to press sanctions. It's quite a stroke of "genius," but only because the O-people have been careless in pressing sanctions to get more out of Iran. Now the Os will need to backtrack on their threat, or else be made to look like stubborn mules. The UN chief has praised Iran's deal with Turn-key, and Obama's refusal to cancel the sanctions will get Muslim nations down on him. What's he to do?

Turn-key seems to be turning from Obama and going an Iranian direction. Obama and Turkey made a deal not long ago to fight Kurdish terrorists together, but it appears that Turkey has turned to Iranians for that agenda:

"Iraqi Kurds [yesterday] condemned air strikes and shellfire by Turkey and Iran on Turkish-Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq as violations of Iraqi sovereignty.

Iranian forces shelled border regions and Turkish war planes caused 'huge' casualties, according to a statement from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), which runs northern Iraq autonomously from Baghdad.

'The presidency of the Iraq Kurdistan region condemns these attacks on the border regions, and at the same time considers this a violation and aggression on the sovereignty of the Iraqi state and demands its immediate cessation,' the statement said.

KRG President Massoud Barzani had been expected to visit Ankara as relations between Turkey and Iraqi Kurds improve, but Thursday's operations could revive tension between the two."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20100521/wl_nm/us_turkey_iraq_strikes_2

I'd be surprised if Turkey and Iran ignored the Barzani administration. I'm often wondering how much this situation could play into the anti-Christ entry into Iraq.


May 23

As you may know, my housemouse is either dead, or it had escaped the no-exit crawl space when the door was left open all night a few nights ago. As you may know, I have been fairly sure that God was using that mouse as a sign of the anti-Christ kingdom, a sign not for me but for you. For those who don't believe my housemouse story, I have taken a photograph of it, and will show it to you now. This is the mouse with round brown stain, which is clearly visible in the photo. I had thought to link the brown stain to Obama's skin color. See the mouse photo for yourself, and just look at where it has escaped to. The round brown stain can be seen about two feet above the pulpit. Note that behind the stain are the red and white stripes of the Mick Coat. The little object below the pulpit looks like it has a piece of my cheese in its mouth, and is running to the bank to deposit it.

This photo is compliments of AT. I had seen the headline-link at Drudge Report to the photo, but I didn't bother to click it even though I was tempted to make a link to my housemouse. I figured it would be too tacky to make the link. But now that I've seen the photo, wow, it sure does seem timely...as if God wants you to believe my housemouse theory. Didn't I tell you that this mouse likes to come out into the open in broad daylight! And he never gets caught, always gets away.

A little earlier (17th), the same AT emailed this (I've snipped most of my quote out because you'll get the idea anyway):

"Five minutes before I read this [in the May 17 Iraq update]:
'There are Bois Coats. The Scottish Boyce family has a Bois variation that could be a Boii>Bohemia link. AND, just discovered, the Bois Shield is the Bessin Shield (!!), the one with the bees!!!

Seeing that the Bois surname was first in Buckingham...The Becket Coat's write up...the Baiocasses... the Old English words beo, which means bee...I think it's fairly obvious that "BaiCasse" can also mean, bee-house...

SOOO, it looks like we have more than enough (today's evidence is not all there is) good fodder for a trace of Piast's Seleucus-kin among Bohemians to the Meschins of the Bessin, and from there to the current throne of the United States.'

I had just read this [in the May 16 news]:

"A swarm of 'thousands of bees' gathered outside the White House this morning.

The small army of insects hovered as President Barack Obama tried to leave the White House to play basketball at Fort McNair, according to a pool report.

By the time the president returned at noon, the bees were apparently nowhere in sight."

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/98075-thousands-of-bees-swarm-white-house

If the housemouse at the White House can talk, it, as the spirit of the anti-Christ, would tell Obama where I live. Seriously, did God provide that mouse in front of Obama on camera for you? Is this a sign that he is the False prophet or anti-Christ? If it is, only you and I know; to everyone else watching, it was just a mouse, or rat, some say.

I'm out on a limb on this one, but I'll repeat anyway what I said in the last update page:

...the last time I mentioned a mouse incident... (see last update page), it had to do with the Muskat/Mousequette surname, which I figure is a Muschat/Montfiquet branch. As the housemouse is probably near-dead by now (the crawl space has been enclosed fully for more than three days, and it has not been upstairs to eat), I figure that the last sign should be important, and that's where the Fiquet-like Baathist (I can't recall the spelling of his surname) should come in, as an anti-Christ leader. Gernons were from Montfiquet, and that was the surname of Ranulph le Meschin's son. We shall see."

Then, last night I opened an email from YS pointing out this genealogy, where one can see Montfichets/MontFiquets (I didn't know this when stressing them) were in the royal Stewart bloodline at an early time. Mary of Montfirchett married John Drummond of STOBhall (sounds like a Stubb/Stubbing-branch Stewart). They had a daughter who married David Stewart of northern Scotland, and another daughter who married the king of Scotland, Robert Bruce III, who was himself a royal Stewart...because his father, Robert Bruce II, was the first royal Stewart by marriage. AND, Bruce III married Annabell Drummond. I didn't know that the first Stewart (Walter) to enter this line had a Burgh for a mother (click Robert III to see).

We don't seem to see any Mackays, but then the MontFichets are suspect as such (for Meschins and Montfichets were both from Calvados). It was just yesterday when two Mackay swords (one from a Mackesy Coat, the other from a Beth Coat, both using green snakes) were shown piercing or suspending beasts; the Fichet Crest does the same with a leopard head. The Fichet write-up traces to "fiche," said to mean "iron point," but I dunno about those kinds of play-on-words derivations. One could just as easily say that "fiche" derives from someone who didn't know how to spell "fish."

The Montfichet Coat is the very same as the Sully Coat (both use a red triple chevron on ermine background), and "Sully" could be a Sullivan variation that itself may be of the same Selev(cus)-family of terms as is "Calv(ados)." The Sulivan Coat uses a green snake on a sword, as does this Mackesy Coat.

In the third update of this month, Sullys were traced to the Hanna fold of Wigton, the Wigtons themselves using a Sellick-like Shield. Compare "Wig" to a v-version of "Fich/Fiq." That's compelling, especially as the Wigg/WIGETon/Wigton surname uses a double chevron on an ermine background; the other Wigton surname (using Sellick stars) also shows a WIGGETon variation from which one might see "Fichet/Fiquet."

The English Figgs/Fichs use the same sort of pierced stars as the Wigtons and Sellicks. Hmm, "ficca" in Italian means to "stick it (into)," which could answer to the pierced-animals symbols. In fact, "ficcato" is the past tense (i.e. "stuck") of "ficca." This could mean that the Ficks/Fichets/Montfichets were symbolized with stick-it/pierce themes. Pierced stars are called "mullets," and the French Mullet/Mollet surname actually uses those stars. The are Zionist stars in gold on blue, the colors of the Zionist star in the German Vick/Fick Coat.

The Sullys were of Rackenford, and the Racken Coat is identical to the Naughton Coat, while of the latter one website says: "The Macnaughtons, many of whom were called Mackay -- that is, the Children of Aodh..." I went on to quote from the same article telling that Naughtons were Robertsons, while the Robert Coat uses the Mackesy/Margetson and Margy/Macey (rarish) lion design. After focusing on the Aodh term yesterday, as per some relationship to the Beth/Macbeth surname, let me repeat that the Margy/Macey surname is said (by it's write-up) to derive from the very same Aode term as is said of the Mackeys/Maceys.
http://newsfeed.rootsweb.com/th/read/STEWART-ROOTS/2003-06/1054907057

I have more on the Naughtons, because entering their Norton variation gets another Naughton/Norton Coat of Ireland, and the write-up says: "Great confusion reigns between the Scottish clan McNaughten. Some learned scholars of the Irish McNaghtens claim to be descended of the Pictish race, being one of three clans of the old Maormors of Moray, Kings of the Picts who claimed title to the Kingdom of Scotland." That sounds just like the MacKays/MacHeths or even MacBeths.

I kid you not, that as this other Norton/Naughton Coat was loading, Nahor (Biblically "Nachor"), father of Buz, was on my mind. I have good reason to trace the bee-line Buzites to the bee-line Bessin, and therefore to the Beth surname. As proof that Naughtons were in Scotland among the early competitors for Moray, the English Norton Coat is the Irish Duff Coat (Duffs/Dubs were in the Moray thick of murderous things).

The Naughtons use three crossed swords like the Brennans (John Brennan is Obama's key Intelligence man). It should be said that the Brennan garb (that I've thought to link to Cheshire) is used by Kilkenny, the Irish region from which the Brennans were first found. Now, the Arms of Kilkenny give us a good idea of what an ermine looks like. It looks exactly like the "caltrop" used by the English Kerricks and Prestleys. Note that the Kerrick write-up: "...when the family resided in the village of Kerridge found in the parish of PRESTbury in the county of Cheshire" (caps mine).

The Scottish Carricks/Kerricks (using talbots), whom I found to be in the bloodline of the Vere-Meschins of Blackwood leading to the earldom of Moray, could have been a branch of Crackens, the surname that pops up when one enters "Racken." I've traced "Carrick" to a hard-C version of "Saracen" (the latter use crescents). When one enters "Cracken," a Craigie/Craiggie surname comes up using crescents, partially in Carrick colors, AND Carricks are traced by their write-up to "Craig." Both Crackens and Carricks were first found in Ayrshire, so it's got to be a family match. For the record, Crackens use the same engrailed chevron, topped with what I'll call a "knob," as the unicorn-using Dobbs Coat (I'm ignoring the Dobbs trace to "Robert" and thinking "Dub/Duff).

The Craigs (crescents), the write-up of which tends to link them to Carricks, use an ermine Shield just like the Cracks/Cricks and the Arms of Kilkenny...which started this part of the conversation to begin with because Kilkenny uses ermine spots appearing like the "caltrop" of the Kerricks. The same symbol in the Presley Coat is called a grappling hook, evoking Grapfeld/Grabfeld of the Babenbergs; a Grap/Grab surname of Germany uses Carrick colors).

Entering "Calp" gets a Cole(s) Coat in Carrick colors, a compelling match because the Kyle-branch Coles were first in Ayrshire, where the Carricks were first found. Kyles did use their black candle symbol on gold i.e. Carrick colors.

To this I must add that the German Mieske/Mesech Coat uses a black bull on gold (i.e. the color of the Calt/Coles-Coat bull), and the Arm and Scimiter, a symbol sometimes used by the Kyles. I have ventured on this topic before and explain it by a trace of "Kyle/Cole" to the first piast king, KOLODziej. I'm suggesting that the Piasts trace to the Kyles/Coles of king-Cole entities. I happen to trace Nahor's third son, Kemuel, to "Camelot," which was the real city of Camulodunum, now Colchester, a city ruled by king Cole. The Campbells/Camels link, I think to the Camulo god at the root of Camulodunum, and they too use Carrick colors.

You'll note that "caltrop" evokes Celt/Kelt. I trace Kolodziej without doubt to the Coulter surname, and the Celt surname of Perthshire uses a Coulte variation (the Kelt surname was also first found in Perthshire). I'm getting into this because a few moments ago, "helter skelter" came to mind, and while there is neither a Helter or Skelter surname, I decided to check the Manson surname (as per the infamous murderer, Charles Manson, who used "helter skelter" as a symbol of sorts). The Manson Coats use arrow/spear tips in black (i.e. the color of the caltrops and grappling hooks above), which was a great surprise because I've pegged ermine spots (and therefore "caltrops" and "grappling hooks") as spear/arrow tips originally. While the Swedish and Norwegian (the latter country was founded by a mythical Nor) Manson surnames use proper arrow tips, but the Danish Mansons use a form (uncurved tip) of the "pheon" arrow tip, while the Celts/Coultes use the pheon proper (curved tip).

The Scottish Mansons were in Caithness (northern Scotland), the Mackay realm. AND, they use red stars on white, the Kyle symbol! Now Perthshire is near Angus, and I was able to trace the Irish Mann/Mathuna surname to the Scottish Manns/Mathan/Mathies (Mackays use "Manu forti" as a motto because, I think, they link to the Scottish Manns/Mathies...who I did trace to Angus). NOW, a new thing: the Scottish Manson surname has a Magnuson variation, which I recognized immediately (because with "Manson" my senses were already thinking the Mathuna>Mann line) as the Maghan variation of the Mann/Mathuna clan. In fact, the way that I always get to the Mathuna clan is by entering "Maghan" (because entering Mann, Mathie, or Matheson will NOT get one to the Mathuna page).

ZOWIE, the Mann/Mathuna Crest is an Arm and Scimiter (!), used by the Calts/Coles. As the Irish Manns/Mathans likely trace to Piasts, therefore, we'd expect the same of the Scottish Manns/Mathans...if the latter were of the Mieszko>Meschin>Mackay fold. First, see the Campbell design used by the Scottish Manns/Mathans, who by the way also use a Maghan variation. Then the write-up traces to Ross-shire, where Maceths/Mackesys ruled as the first earls: "One accounts suggests that McMathan and his clansmen fought under the Earl of Ross..."

We now have reason to suspect that the Manns/Mathans/Maghans and Manson/Magnuson families were of the Magnus surname (which term brings up the Scandinavian Manson surnames). The Scottish and English Magnus/Manus Coats are very interesting for its purple cinquefoils and lion, and the surname was first found in Orkney and Shetland, where I've expected the Mackays.

What I haven't told you nor explained yet is that the Mackays look like the Arthurian holy grail. That was the idea presented in my mind in at least two main arguments. The MacKay link to Chees>Kays>Keys>Shaws (the latter variation uses grail symbols), and the Mackay trace to the Cati of the Chees>Cheatles>Keaths, for I have maintained for years that the Greek holy grail were the Cati of Cilicia.

It just so happens that I traced the Arthurian surname, said to link back to Ireland, to the Mann/Mathuna/Maghan surname, suggesting that the Arthurian cult was the same family in Scotland, and therefore the Mackay fold. I am mentioning this here because I had also linked the Arthur surname to the Waynes/Weyns, for both surnames use a pelican-on-nest, and the Irish Arthur Coat is a virtual match with the Wayne/Weyn Coat (with Macey/Macy metal gloves). Also, I've come to realize (as insiders must have) that the Arthurian cult was depicted by the bear of Berwickshire (= Bernicians)...because the Arthur surname was first in Berwickshire. The Mathuna surname is said to derive from "bear."

NOW I FIND that the English and Scottish Magnus/Manus surnames have a "WEYNish" variation, AND, when I was reading of their roots in Orkney, and simultaneously thinking of the link to the Arthurs and Waynes, it struck me that the Arthur-Coat symbols, called "organ rests" (as well as "clarions") are in depiction of "Orkney." The Magnus family also have a Vanish/Vinnish variation, which, together with Weynish, smacks of the Vain and Vane (metal gloves too) septs of Mackay. Entering "Vinn" brings up a Veyn surname using garbs (in the colors of the Kilkenny garbs).

AND AND AND (!!!), I don't know that I could have missed this in the past, but if I mentioned I don't recall (and there is no such Coat coming up in my files), the Berwick-surname Coat (surname first in of Berwickshire) used the harnessed Mackay bears!!!

When one enters "Grail," the Neil/Greal surname ("mori" motto term) of Ireland comes up, using the Moray locks (nine in number), a lion in the colors of the Duffs, the MacDonald (could be the Argo) ship, and, for a Crest, the Rocque/Rockefeller rock. Not only were Mackays in Moray as the Macheths, but another Mackay sept is Neilson (!) and another Nelson.

As I traced "Moray" to the "Morgan(nwg)" region of Wales, where no doubt the Merlin branch of the Arthurian cult held sway, we find that Morgans are yet another Mackay sept. Morgan was made the chief of the nine witches of Avalon, and it just so happens that the Neils are from "King Niall of the Nine Hostages." I'm thinking Rory MacDonald of Bute/Avalon, because he may have arrived there simply because his MacDonald clan was there previously as the Neils/Greals. Mackays were linked closely to the raven-depicted Rothes who named the island of Avalon, Rothesay.

Yet another sept of Mackay, the Blakes, use the same mascle symbol, in the same colors, as the Arms of Kilkenny.

Kilkenny was introduced here because the Brennans are from that place. In Kilkenny there is a "River Nore flow[ing] through the county and the River Suir forms the border with County Waterford. Brandon Hill is the highest point with an elevation of 515 m (1,690 ft)." In Waterford is where the Irish Barans were first found.

Now look at the Arms of Pecs, the capital of Baranya (Hungary; new readers see updates above), for I was asking myself whether the mascle-like design in the Arms could link to Meschin-fold mascles (= hollow diamonds depicting the Mascal/Keath and Masculine/Meschin families). You'll note that the colors above the mascle-like city of Pecs are in Macey/Mackay colors, white on blue, and some gold. The dog in the Arms looks like a Lab, which could explain why heraldic "talbots" are Lab dogs. For readers jumping in today, Pecs is at the foot of the Mecsec mountains to which I trace Meschins as of this week.

I ended the bloodline discussion here, and went to search for news, when I came across a Clapper surname that may be represented by the claptrop symbol:

"President Barack Obama's decision to fire his national intelligence director...

...The White House on Friday [May 23] said it soon planned to name a successor to Dennis Blair, whose forced resignation was disclosed Thursday. The leading candidate is James Clapper, the top defense intelligence official, though it isn't clear whether he would fill the job permanently, officials familiar with the matter said."

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704167704575258831065341638.html?mod=WSJ_newsreel_us

We don't lose sight of John Brennan, an Intelligencia agent for Obama as well, and therefore ask whether the Clapper surname will find links to Brennan stock in Baranya elements. It looks just that way.

The Arthur surname was found to use the same design as the Hicks of Clapton (Somerset, England). The Dutch Clopper/Clapper Coat is much like the Arthur Coat, but using mallets, and then we find a similar Shield in the French Mallet/Malo Coat. The Briquessart>Meschin line descends from Eystein (grandfather of Rollo Claro), through his son, Malahule.

The Clapton/Clopton surname of Cheshire (should apply to the English Clapps/Clappers using a sun, perhaps for Somerset) should link to "Salop" (beside Cheshire), where the Meschins were first found. As I tended to trace "Salop" to Slav stock, and now feel that Slavs were named after variations of "Selev(cus), Salop may have a Seleucid entity of the Sullivan/Sully kind. In fact, I tentatively link the sun-using Sol/Solana surname to the latter, wherefore "Salop" may have been as "Solop" ("op(s)" is a common Greek suffix), the two versions reflecting the Clap(ton)-versus-Clop(ton) variations.

As has been shown here before, the Clover/Claver Coat, being a variation or even the origins of the Claro surname (in my theory for good reasons), uses a Meschin-like Shield, and should prove to be the Clopton/Clapton link to Claros/Sinclairs, explaining why the Arthur-Coat symbol is sometimes called a "clarion." There is a Dutch Claver Coat looking like the Irish Mackay Shield, and it even has a sword like the Mackay sword; let's not forget that Wikipedia speaks of a Dutch-branch Mackay clan. The Dutch Mackay Coat is so easily deciphered as the Massey Shield that I know there is a cover-up taking place when we are misled to derive Mackays from "Aode" entities.

Now BEHOLD. Thinking that "Aode" should trace to the Atha surname in the way that I would trace Beth to "Ab-Atha," what did I find in the Atha Coat but red and white checks. I had been looking for these because they are the symbol of the Arms of Tolna, a Hungarian county on the north side of Baranya. I entered "Tollen" to see if that surname would show links to Tolna, and Zowie, the same checks, in black and white, however...which are the Tolkien/Toques colors.

Now black and white checks are known to be a Stewart symbol, and it just so happens that when one enters "Toll," a variation of the Tollen surname, one gets the Doll/Dollen/Dol surname...smacking of Dol where the proto-Stewarts co-ruled. Suddenly, we have cause to trace Dol Stewarts, or at least the Dols among which the proto-Stewarts lived, to Tolna (or a vice-versa trace). If true, this would support the Stewart link to queen Margaret, who was born somewhere in the southern region of Hungary that included Baranya and Tolna. Both the Tollens/Tolls and Dollens/Dolls/Dols were first found in MECKLENburg, and it just so happens that the Dutch Mackays use a Machlen variation. Entering "Maslen" brings up the Meschin Coat.

By the way, in the second update of March, where more Tolkien codes are deciphered, the grail-using Laurie family is traced to the Neils of Ireland, a point totally forgotten when mentioning the Neil/Grail surname today. I've just found the symbols (looks like it includes Mackay sword) in the Scottish Bain/Bane/Bayne Coat to be very much like those of this other Neil Coat, important because Bains and Baynes are Mackay septs, as are the Neilsons.

I've traced the Bains to the Baiocasses of the Bessin, but in this new light see the French Bane Coat again (it was shown several weeks ago as the Banes Coat, related to the Banisters and traced to mythical Ban, father of Lancelot) because it uses the triple chevron in MontFichet colors. The Bain/Bayne surname includes Van/Vain, explaining why they're Mackay septs too. This only adds to the exposure of Mackays as mainline Arthurian bloodline, even the holy grail entity that Lancelot was concerned with.

Very likely, the Tulna-county squares are from Hohens, whose (Hohen)Staufen line actually meant "grail keepers." I expected to find some Peck-like surnames derived from Pecs, and so see the red and white squares, turned sideways as diamonds, in the Pecker/Packer Coat! Remove those squares and the Pecker/Packer Coat become a white cross on red, the symbol of Macclesfield (which I link to the Mecsek/Mecek mountains at Pecs).

Keeping in mind that the Arms of Pecs uses bees on a beehive (I think links to the Bessin), note that the Peckers/Packers "were Lords of the manor of Bucklebury," that term smacking of the bee-Bessin trace to Buckingham. The Becker Coat uses a buck, and it was the Beckett-surname write-up that traces to "bee cottage." In other words, Beckers and Becketts, with Peckers/Packers, may trace to Pecs.

The cross of the Beck Coat could be construed as a Macclesfield and Pecker/Packer design. The pelican-in-nest of the Beck Crest is of obvious Arthur and Wayne/Weyn links. The Becks are said to be from Norse Beckers, and I don't think it's a coincidence that the German Beckers use black and white checks, the symbol of the Tollens/Tolls of Tolna (just north of Pecs) and of the Dol Stewarts. And how could I forget the Becking surname, which doubles as the Bearings/Barings, using checks once again (in red and gold this time).

I'm starting to see that the Vain and Vane septs of Mackay are, not only of the Weyns/Waynes/Veyns of Macy/Macey linkage, but of the Banes/Vans/Vanes family of Lancelot importance. In that case, Lancelot's father, Ban, is from the Bains/Banes line back to Baiocasses. You won't learn that in history class.

German Bucks use the same lion as the English Buckinghams, and the Buckinghams use gold roundels on blue in the same fashion as the Notting/Nutting surname (I'm thinking Nottingham and perhaps Naughtons too). The Nottings, said to derive from the color brown (not likely), are named after the Dane viking, Cnut.

There is a Picks and Pex surname with Pixt and Pext variations that may have been in honor of Picts. Seeing that Mackays are traced, by some, at least partially to Picts, it may explain why the Picks/Pix Shield is the same as the Irish Mackay Shield. And for the record, Vickers" use the Kilkenny and Blake mascle-and-saltire.

So that's the anti-climactic end in the hunt for Arthur's unholy grail. Just the pagan Rus lines with a smattering of Khazars, Magyars, and Pechenegs, all vying for supreme regard of their own bloodlines. What stupids. And the biggest stupids of all: the Stewarts who take their blood seriously so as to succumb to the idea of their having a God-given right to rule the earth. The only people who have that right are the people of God, whom He chooses to rule, and the people of God speak on His behalf. They don't use dragon symbols, or boars, or snakes, or coins, to represent themselves.


May 24

I'm starting to think that heraldry experience can uncover a vast number of secrets. For example, the killing of Sharon Tate by the Manson cult may have been a family struggle, for as I trace the Mann/Mathan surname to a "Mathie" variation of "Massey," and therefore to raven-depicted vikings, so we find that the Tates use a raven. This find led me to ask what family "skelter" might depict, which was the word that the Manson cult used to symbolize the Tate murder, and trying Skelton first of all, we find another raven (on the Bellamy Shield)! In other words, Manson may have been asked to kill Tate by an Illuminati circle that wanted her part of the family circle strongly warned and/or punished for some reason(s).

Manson's mother was a Maddox (who married a Manson with Mann/Mathan/Mathie cousins; see yesterday), very close to "Matthie." The Welsh Maddox/Mattick Coat uses the same-style/position lion as the Shelton Crest (surname uses a Skelton-like Coat for obvious reason), and although this lion style is used by many many families, we find it used also by the Matley/Mattelegh/Maddie surname of Cheshire, on the Bellamy Shield.

I went back to take a look at the Matley discussion (fourth update of March; discussed as per a Mutlaq surname in Iraq who was one leading Sunni disqualified from the election due to Saddam-loyalist ties), finding that Matleys were entered because of similarity to "Modley." The Modley/Medley Coat (surname first in Shropshire, beside Cheshire) happens to use the same lion in a standing position, on a red and blue Coat smacking of the Maddox Coat.

There is a German Helt/Held/Heldt surname, first found in Silesia. I recognized it's hawk's legs and remembered that the very same Coat is used by the English Hicksons/Hixons (!), first found in Cheshire!!

Staring at the Helt write-up, asking how it could play into the Seleucid fold of "Silesia" that I trace to the Mieszko>Meschin line to Cheshire, I felt a string urge to enter "Siles," which brought up a Sells surname said to derive from "Silvester/Silvanus," that being from "Silva," one of the suspected Selev(cus)-form variations that I figure named TranSILVAnia. The Siles/Sell/Sill Coat uses the mascle-and-saltire mentioned yesterday.

The first time that I had come across that symbol was in the Hood/Hudd Coat, when I was linking the surname to the Heid/Hitler-family of names. Thinking that a Hood variation should connect with Helts/Heltds, "Holdt" was entered, bringing up the Helt/Heldt Coat. I'm already suspicious that "Heldt/Holdt" connects to the Coulters/Celts/Kelts (mentioned yesterday as linking to Piast KOLODziej), but the surname also evokes Holder, now in charge of Obama's America-legal. AND WHEN I LOADED the Holder Coat (Bellamy-like Shield, with a Chee/Cheatle-like dancette in Dunham/Randolph colors), zowie, the same winged lion in the Crest as in the Maddox Crest!

The Hiedler/Hitler write-up says: "...the name is derived from the personal name 'Hitt,' which is itself derived from the Old High German word 'Heldis,' meaning 'struggle.'" The Holder surname certainly smacks of "Heldis."

I recognized the winged Holder lions as the same used in the Vince/Vinch Coat, a surname that could have been under the Da Vinci cult. Seeing the "Fynch" variation again, I was reminded of the goldfinch found days ago, in the write-up for the Kay surname. The same bird is called by other names, depending on what symbolizes the family best. The Sullivans use it, but it's then called a robin.

Now behold and understand the following connection. I happened upon it just now, a Hitler connection to the MacKays. Knowing by now that mythical Kay of the Arthurian cult was out of the Mackay clan, I aksed myself what the Ector Coat was (as per Kay's mythical father, Ector), and I recalled that Ector surname uses a Coat similar to the Hitler Coat...even using a sun like the Hitler Coat!!! It is a MATCH!! Hitlers and Ectors were FAMILY.

The trick now is to find the Ector connection to Hitlers. I can give a good clue in that the Ash Coat (Ashton, and Aston of Cheshire colors, likely linked to Ashbury of Cheshire) is identical with the Kyne/Cyne Coat, the latter term (as "Kyner/Cyner") said by Wikipedia to be an alternative term used for mythical Ector. I note that the Ash surname is also "Esse," supporting my trace of "Cheshire," and the Chees/Cheatles of Cheshire, to Hesse, Germany. I don't think it is a coincidence that the German Hesse Coat uses a sun in the colors of the Hitler Coat, and that a Variation of the Hesses is "Hesler."

Let's not ignore that the Ector/Hector page shows a Heckie variation, what could have provided the Hicksons/Hixsons of Cheshire...who use the symbol of the Helt/Held/Heldt surname, what appears to be a form of Hitler's "Heldis," meaning "struggle."

I'm now getting the impression that those Rosicrucians who wish to rule the world by some means of dogged force are from the Meschin fold of peoples. To show how close the Ector>Kay fold was to king Arthur:

"Ector appears in the works of Robert de Boron and the Lancelot-Grail Cycle, as well as later adaptations such as the Post-Vulgate Cycle and Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur. In these versions, Merlin takes Arthur from his biological parents King Uther Pendragon and Igraine, and brings him to Ector's estate. Merlin does not reveal the boy's true identity, and Ector takes him on and raises him with Kay as his own son."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Ector

We get it. Families depicted by Merlin had something to do with merging the Arthur surname with the Ector (surname first found in Angus) and Kay families. As Merlin was "Myrddin" to the Welsh (Merlin was a peoples of south Wales), it can't be a coincidence that Murtons/Myrtons/Mertons (they named Marton in Cheshire, for one) use the Ector Shield (in different colors). The same Shield is used by the Mer/Meret/Mery surname from Normandy, which must be the Merry surname from Meret, Normandy (which I identify as the basis of the Mary-Magdalene cult among Merovingians, the cult to which Da Vinci belonged).

Why did Robert de Boron write on the Ector topic? There is no Coat coming up when entering "Boron," but recalling the Baron surname that came up days ago when entering "Baran," I WAS SHOCKED to find that the Italian Baron Coat is the Ector Shield in the SAME COLORS!!! We now have evidence to trace the Ector and Ector-related clans to Baranya, Hungary.

Let's not forget that the Polish Baraniechi surname">Irish Baran/Baron Coat uses gold rings on red, the color of the ring in the mouth of the crow/raven in the Polish Baraniechi surname!! That was the surname that I traced (last update page) to "Bryneich," the "country" of the Bernicians who named Berwickshire, where the Arthur surname was first found!

Having mentioned Malahule, son of Eystein, yesterday, and linked him possibly to the Malo/Mollet surname depicted by hollow/pierced stars called "Mullets" in heraldry, it's notable that the Baranow region of Poland, which the Baranek/Baraneichi write-up links to the surname, "is known as Malopolska, which means Little Poland." Forget "little" and ask whether the Malo/Mollet surname was involved. In fact, this could explain why the French Mallot Coat uses the "buckles" of the Polish Sobek/Sobieski Coat (Sobieskys were in the Polish royal line, possibly from Piasts). The Sobieski write-up located them in Sandomiersz, while Baranow is " on the Vistula River between Cracow and Sandomierz."

This is a good time to bring the Meschin-related Pattersons back into the story, for they were first found in Ross-shire, where the Mackay branch was playing murderous havoc. I had found evidence of linking Pattersons to Spanish Coruna (where Javier Solana's MADariaga bloodline was from). That led to the idea that the white Patterson scallops on blue linked to the gold scallops on blue of the Arms of Coruna, and at the time I mentioned that the latter color are used in the scallops of the Malo/Mallot Coat.

The Scottish Pattersons, of Ross-shire, use pelicans-on-nest, thus linking them already to the Arthur surname, but as Arthurs in Ross-shire were MacHeths/Mackays, chances are that the Malo/Mollet scallops link to the Eystein>Malahule>Briquessart>Meschin line to Moray. In fact, one of the clues in linking Pattersons to Meschins was the hunch that "Briquessart" was a Burgh variation and having a branch in Burgos, beside Coruna.

The camel in the Patterson Crest is used by the Crow surname, if that helps to link Pattersons to the raven-depicted viking Rus. The Crow symbol, furthermore, is the Sinclair rooster. The Patterson roosters are said to be http://search.swyrich.com/searchresults.asp?licensee=22345&Surname=crow&text2.x=0&text2.y=0&searchType=both"crowing roosters," giving hint that the Sinclair rooster is in reality a symbol of crow/raven-depicted clans, perhaps even of the Crow surname itself. The Crow Crest looks like a talbot. I'm wondering whether the MacInroe variations of the Crows/Crowes links to the Kinross {Ross kin?) surname/region. There is a "Jewish" Roskin surname (gold rose).

I link the camel symbol to Camelot, and its king Cole I trace back to the KOLODziej dynasty, (where Meschins arose). And speaking on the Baranek surname of Poland that links to the Arthurian bear-depicted Bernicians, , I should mention that Burgos had a pre-Christian Berones peoples, partly on the Ebros river.

The Ector/Hector surname can be traced to mythical Hector of the Trojans, father of Paris and Priam, two terms that I link to Pari(on) Mysians...who then founded Paris and nearby Troyes in France. The Parisii co-founded York, and then we find the Skeltons in Yorkshire (I'm back on the helter-skelter theme). The Holds/Holts -- what I figure are branches of the Helts/Holdts -- first in neighboring Lancashire, which with Yorkshire was the rose-land ruled by Meschins under the support of the Conqueror. The Elders/Alders, said to be Bernicians, were first in Lothian, near Roslin (rose-line?), and they use what appears to be the Moray scroll. The Franks trace themselves to the Veneti, founded by the Heneti depicted by mythical Antenor, and mythical Ector happens to double as Antor, thus making the Ector/Hector link to Hector of Troy because Troy was near or in Heneti domains.

Also, "Hector" could be code for the Gorgon frog goddess, Keket/Hecate, explaining why Franks are "frogs." This goddess was worshiped by Medea, mythical princess of the Colchian-branch Gorgons. As I've explained, Gorgons and Georgian Kartvelians were both named after cart/chariot wheels.

Paris of Troy stole Helen ("of Troy") to be his sweety. But she was the Spartan wife of Menelaus, son of Atreus, thus showing that Paris Trojans were related to the Pelops>Atreus bloodline (Pelops ruled the Heneti at Eneti). Winchester happens to be in Hampshire, where the Atrebates (Celts) lived, whom I have traced back to "Atreus." See the green and white Winchester Roundtable, and bet your last Russian-roulette chips that it pertains to Arthur's roundtable. Kay and Ector were made knights of the Roundtable for supporting Arthur's Excaliber world dominion. Spit!

The Elder page shows a Noravaich variation, oddly enough, seemingly Russian/Polish. I think I mentioned the Elder Coat before in conjunction with the green (cartwheel) on white Carter Coat, as ex-president Carter belongs to a globalist group called, Elders (i.e. perhaps the name of the group was founded secretly on the Elder surname), and the Elder Coat happens to be green on white too.

The Winchester-surname Coat uses mascles in the colors of Thomas Randolph of Moray. We're keeping in mind that, as Thomas appears to be associated with Mackay-branch Meschins in Moray, the Mackays have a Vain and Bain and Vane and Bane septs (traced yesterday to Ban, father of Lot) that may be linked to WIN(chester)s.

The Winchester Coat uses the crosslet in the Picks/Pix/Pixt-crosslet colors, and it just so happens that Lancelot and Ector were both involved in the ExCALIBUR sword myth. Read Wikipedia's Excalibur article and you'll know why that sword is a symbol of the Alburnus mountain of Lucania (see map) (foot of southern Italy), where the Halbyes/CHALYBes lived (that named Calabria), and one can see a Pyxus location (off the Bay of Laus). North of Pyxus was Posidonia, named after Poseidon, and the "Paestum" variation smacks of the Piast poles. Near Paestum lived the Picentini, shown on the map beside Eburum, itself smack at Alburnus. My mother was born and raised in the Abruzzo town (Picenzo) named by these Picentini, and I think the Eburum location, and the Brutii among them, speak to the Abruzzo/Aprutium terms. King Arthur is traced to a mythical Brutus; we get it, the Brutti at Eburum. I had traced Lancelot's father, Ban, also "Bant", to Bantia (see right side of map) at the Bradanus (proto-Britain?) river.

I kid you not, that I found the Picks/Pix crosslet to be that of the Winchesters while scrolling back through yesterday's Coats to find what surname used the the gold block at the center of in the Winchester Coat. After writing the paragraph above (which had temporarily stalled the scrolling back), I continued to scroll until I came to the gold block...in the Bane/Bain/Bayne Crest!! Things like this just keep happening...because I have got the dragon by the tail.

Now, what do we suppose that sword is in the Bane Coat, pointing down and all, toward the ground? Isn't that the Mackay sword? In Wikipedia's Ector article, we read that, when Arthur pulled the Excalibur out of the rock (i.e. in the ground), Kay took credit for it, suggesting that the myth writer knew the Mackays to be connected closely to that sword. But Arthur was given the credit for pulling it out because he was even closer to the particular Halybes which the sword represented. The Mackays were from the Baiocasses Meschins, which I think led to the Bain surname, but the Arthurs may have been in Britain more directly than the Meschins out of CALVados. Note the SILVus location off the Bradanus.

For an intriguing mystery, read about the latest Obama cover up, and ask why he is registered as a citizen of Connecticut.
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=156573

Still no Iraqi government, and Maliki wants to be the next leader badly enough to tell Obama to shove it home:

"...Assistant [U.S.] Secretary of State Jeffrey D. Feltman recently said that the top contenders for prime minister should consider accepting other positions to speed up the process. But Maliki said it was not America's place to get involved.

'These are not foreign recipes,' Maliki said. '"Why should we go to Plan B?...'

He warned that U.S. pressure could be detrimental.

'The demand by the Americans for a faster pace would be at the expense of the quality of government. The American interests will be harmed as well,' he said. 'This is not like sitting in a cafe for tea and exchanging posts. I'm not one who sells and trades the interests of the people.'"

http://www.aina.org/news/20100523023144.htm

He speaks as though Obama is a stain on his country, and indeed globalists are stains in the countries of others. Go home, globalists. Tend to your own families.

I checked the Feltman surname and found myself back to the Winchester topic. It starts with a Porter surname (using bells and therefore Bellamy/Bell suspect) due to the Feltman "Portanti" motto term. The Porter colors are the Feltman Shield colors. The Porter write-up: "First found in Kyle, where Radulfus the porter witnessed the gift of the church of Cragyn (Craigie) to the monastery of Paisley in 1177." Don't forget yesterday's trace of Scotland's Craigs>Carricks>Kerricks to KilKenny, Ireland, and ask whether "Kyner," the alternative of Ector, related to KilKenny. The Carricks were first found in Ayrshire, and Kyle is a region of Ayrshire.

In the English Porter write-up (family uses bells too): "...Hugh de Port was listed in the Domesday Book as a major land holder. A Milo Portarius, who worked as a porter at castle Winchester..."

I then sought Felt(man) links to the Fields, and zowie, the Field Coat is not only in Feltman and Porter colors (black and white), but uses white garbs on black, the symbol in the Arms of County Kilkenny. AND, the Fields have a Felde variation (we're assuming that Feltmans were Feldmans too). The Feltman Coat uses ermines in black on white, like the Arms of KilKenny.

The German and Jewish Feltman/Feldman Coats are also black and white, and the Velldman variation may show why the bell symbol is used. The Kenny Coat (surname said to be of Kilkenny) used a white-on-green Chief, evoking Winchesters green and white, and the Kenny Crest is the Elder-Crest scroll, apparently; Elders use a white shield on green shield, and green-on-white symbols. The Elders are suspect as Winchester/Carter relatives. The Irish Kinny/Kenny Coat happens to use white on green too, and expecting a Winny Coat to use the same colors, we find a green shield but gold symbol. And, the surname is also "Wynn."

Now we know why a Feltman surname is up-there in the American-globalism program.

I've just found which surname uses the Kay goldfinches but that are called canaries. For I entered "Kenner" (for obvious reason), a surname I had discussed some months ago as per Ector's alternative name, "Kyner." The Kenners were first if Fife, beside Angus, the latter location is where Ectors were first found. Therefore, we are not surprised to find that Kenners use the Kay bird.

I recall finding gold Adler eagles on green Shield (as the Winny Coat uses) in a Fife-related topic. That topic included the German Pfiefers, who use a gold anchor on green. The Kenners (of Fife) use two anchors in the Crest).

The Adler eagle was obviously named after the Adler surname, but note how the Fertes use the eagle in Adler-eagle colors. As to whether Adlers could be Elders/Alders, the English Adlers were in Northampton, near Winchester.

That little exercise led to the Elton surname, first found in Cheshire, and having a HELTon variation. Now that is very good, for the German/Silesian Helts were discovered this morning to use the same Coat as the Cheshire Hicksons. The symbol is crossed legs of a hawk/eagle. The Adler eagle??? Eltons use the Arm and Scimiter, and "Artibus" for a motto term. The German Mieske/Mesechs (= proto-Meschins of Cheshire, in my opinion) and the Irish Maghans/Manns/Mathunas use the Arm and Scimitar.

You may have read yesterday that the latter surname is a branch of the Arthur cult out of Ireland, but also a variation of the Manson/Magnuson surname. Therefore, I would peg Eltons/Heltons as within the families to which pertained Charles Manson's "helter skelter" codework. The Manson Coat is in Elton/Helton colors, and uses the symbol of the Kyan Coat (I'm thinking Kyner/Kenner-related).

The last time I discussed (second update in February) the Eltons et al, it traced to the Oldens/Aldens of Oldenberg (Germany) in the Brunswick theater.

Globalists are about to bring the world to self-destruction by their insistence on fingers in every part of the globe. That frightful end is the historical lesson of the dragon cult which God wants History to record. "Never Again," the Israelites of the Millennium will say. Those serpentine sorts of Hebrews will be a thing of the past, shoe-shiners if they survive, stewards and butlers of the meek and lowly. The heads will become the tails, and the tails the heads, in the New Order. The coming new order, that Obama has just promised, is a stain. In that stain there will grow bacteria, and mold, and everything that kills life. We only hope that the stain will stand for only a very short time.






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