Not only did the rest turn out to be an organ rest, but other webpages called the Arthur symbols, "clarions," which, while that term is a trumpet, appears to be code instead for the Rollo CLARES. For the Arthur clarions were used by the Hicks of Clapton (that had merged there with the Arthur surname), and totally independent of that, I traced Clares to Clavers, who appear to be Meschin-related Clap(ton)s. This should explain why Dutch Clavers use stars in Bauer-star colors, on what I think is a Mackay/Macey Shield. English Clavers appear to use the Meschin scheme.October 7
Yesterday's discovery that Fulkes/Folks of Anjou were Fuggers/Fuggens=Bogens as well as the Shakespeare bloodline is important for the theory (of others) that Francis Bacon was William Shakespeare himself under an alias surname. For as the Fuggers/Fuggens were Bogans who themselves appear to have many-Bogen like variations, "Bacon" stands to be one of them. The English Bugs surname was first in Nottingham, as was the Shakespeare surname, and both use black on gold, if that helps to make the point from two ends. The Folke and Shakespeare spears are identical, with both ends having different points; they were the same family somehow.
In that picture, Francis Bacon, sneak and leading Rosicrucian, had part in King James' Bible translation, and we were not informed.
Why did Bacon choose the Shakespeare as an alias, if it's true at all? Perhaps for the Speer/Spear and related Spree surnames. Or was it for the Shake/Shack surname? The Sparrow surname (symbols very Rus), which was traced (many months ago) to Sparres and Speers, was first in Norfolk, where the Folkes were first found.
Spars were also first found in Norfolk. They can easily be linked to the Spree river in Lusatia, for the Arms of Spree Neisse show a red deer antler, the color of the Spar antler. On the topic of the Arms above, Wikipedia says: "The deer antler in the bottom right symbolizes Forst [a location], and was taken from the coat of arms of the Lords of Biberstein." BIBERstein? Perfect, for that's the beaver bloodline of Bavaria.
AND GREAT. The surname that was on the tip of my tongue yesterday was the Biber surname, I just re-discovered. Here's what I wrote:
BEHOLD, "[German Fulks] also held property in Saxony, near the city of Wittenburg, as well as the state Luemzow in the region of Neu-Stettin (Pomerania)" ...Stettin....the German Statton Coat uses a goat in the position of the Fugger goat, and on a Shield smacking of the...it was on the tip of my tongue, I'm sure I showed the Shield yesterday, but I can't recall from which surname. For the first time, I am seeing solid heraldry Fulk links to the roots of the Bavarian Illuminati.
Amazing, is it not, what heraldry can reveal? The Fulks of Stretten were ShakeSPEARS, and Spears were from the Spree river, where BIBERs were prominent, and Bibers were Stettons (same Shield), and together linked to Fuggers of Bavaria. This became the global fleece job at present. And as I said in the above quote (removed here), the English Stettons, first in Cheshire, use red diamonds on white (what I glean were from Garibald of Bavaria's Grimaldi line), the symbol of Thomas Randolph of Moray, meaning that Obama is from the global-fleecing family.
Babenbergs were in Grapfeld/Grabfeld (Bavarian border), which smacks of "Garibald," and the Biber surname has various Baben-like variations. The Statton diamonds above are key for extending the Bogans of Bavaria back to Garibald (6th century), for it suggests a possibility that the Bogen diamonds/lozenges were of Garibald elements, and this picture traces the Bavarian Illuminati back to the Heneti Paphlagonians, the mythical golden fleece bloodline.
On this map of Grabfeld, see that it's between Hesse and Bavaria. There's a district north of the word, "Grabfeld," called "Bibra." There you also see Fulda under "Hesse", which had titles on noble and even French-royal (i.e. Charlemagne) levels that transferred to Wieringen (Netherlands), origin of Varangians proper. The Spree antler, remember, traces to the same of the Zahringer/Veringen family of near-by Wurttemberg, who were Varangians, quite apparently, but also Babenbergs/Paphlagonians.
The Babel family should link to Biber variations, and they use a Shield like Richard Amerike (founder of "America", say some) of Wales, jibing with a trace yesterday of Fugger-Bavarians to Wales, namely the Foggens. I recall Morgan/Morgannwg elements being important to the Amerike discussion, and that it linked to the Merlin cult. "Amerike" appears to be the Damory/Marly/Marisco/Morency bloodline. For example, in the last update there was this:
The Baggs/Beggs were first in Tyrol, and the Bayer/Bavaria surname "First found in Lower Austria and Tyrol." German Bessens were first found in Austria too. There is a pattern here, and the German Bessens even use a war club, a symbol that I've long traced to Babenbergs. It was the symbol of Hercules, especially at Oeta, where he was linked by his club symbol to mythical Poeas, son of PHILoctetes, that jibing with my fundamental trace of Hercules to PamPHYLians.
As was mentioned when on the Damory/Morency topic (they were Drummondish Oxfordites of Vere blood to Ross-shire/Moray), the Maret Coat uses the same white-on-black scallops. The French Marets, first found in CAMBRAY (Normandy), were said to be from the house of Bousis, and I think that house must have been of the Bessin family. It evokes mythical Myrddin, the glorified witchman, in Powys and GlaMORGAN, the old Morgannwg.
I don't mean to make anyone's head spin, but there is also a Marit Coat (not the Maret Coat above) that needs to be mentioned as I trace Drummonds to Trabzon/Trebizond. That Coat looks too much like the Arms of Trebizond Empire to be ignored. The Marit Crest is a talbot dog, as is the Crest of the Damory surname. As we can see Merritt and Merriott variations at the Maret page, so it's interesting that the French Merit Coat is the one coming up when entering "Meric," and not only does it show a Meric variation, but Damory-like variations. This was the family that I concluded was at the French root of the Mary Magdalene cult. It's in the colors of the Alan/Allen Coat.
It was FE who informed us of Richard Amerike, showing that it was the Welsh Merick surname, same colors as this Amerike Coat. Note the red band across the middle, the same as the Allen Coat (which I trace to "Dallen," the essence of the MagDALENE code). In this picture, the Magdalene cult was in-part the Damorys/Morencys/Marlys/Mariscos, and other variations of the same clan, all tied to the Ellis' and their Holle cult, a goddess thought to be the same as the Basque Mari cult. Thank you CC for that part.
The stars in the Merick Chief are the same colors as the stars in the French Allen Chief, furthermore, and those Allen stars were traced in recent days to the Bauer-Chief stars.
One can see that the Merrick symbol, a white wavy bar on blue, is akin to the three wavy bars in the German Drummond Coat -- waves, apparently, and apparently the heraldic "fountain" waves -- used also by the Damory/Amori Coat. This now evokes my theory, that the fountain waves are a symbol of Atlantis, and when we read that the New Atlantis, written by Francis Bacon, was intended to be the new world of America -- in the process of being established in the days of Francis Bacon by the British throne under Stewarts -- the Merick/Amerike wave, if it's indeed a Drummond wave, seems to apply very much to the New Atlantis. And the only reason that America was linked by those Rosicrucians to Atlantis is because they stemmed from Atlantean elements...I say Nahorites.
This other Arms of Amerike show what should be the Massey or Bessen Shield in the bottom right. The Allen Coat might be in the upper right. The upper left looks like the Cameron Coat (Rothschild arrows), and as you may know, I trace Camerons to Atlantean Nahorites at Cadiz/Gadir. "The Camerons are said to have traditionally descended from the Kings of Denmark..." The Danish Bauer lion wears a crown, indicating Danish royalty.
UNDER the Danish-Bauer lion is what looks like the Norman Meric/Meret/Mery Coat!!!!!!!!!! That would not have been discovered had Tim not written in to mention the Danish Bauer Coat. The Meric bars are in the colors of the Cameron bars, and they are, according to the Cameron write-up, the MacDonald colors.
In the picture wherein America was founded by D'Amory/Mar elements, we know that the white-on-blue stars of the American flag link to the Moray stars. But we were never informed of this, nor any of these things. The people who ruled over the peoples, pretending to be for the peoples, were in reality working to establish a global Atlantis on behalf of their own bloodlines. It's sicker than sick, and shows a conniving team of fools that God is about to shame. Had they at least admitted what they were up to, and argued their point, it wouldn't be as bad, but pretending to be for the people while using and fleecing the peoples, that has Obama's name all over it.
The Mercer Coat uses the Clapton cross called "pattee," and I'm wondering about Patterson links in that term.
It should be said that America was discovered before 1400, and before Richard Amerike, by Henry Sinclair of Orkney. The ORGAN rests of the Arthur Coat are traced (by me) to "ORKNey," a major settlement of the Argo-ship pirates...who had the golden fleece on board.
NOW LOOK, for as I've just suggested a trace of Amerike to Camerons, and Camerons to Nahorites of Gadir, see the following that I found after writing that, so help me God. I trace Camerons to Gadir due to Plato's "Eumulus" code that he gave for the twin brother of Atlas, Gadeirus. The latter was a code for Gadir, southern Spain, at the "pillars of Hercules," the Atlantean kingdom at one point in history. I see "Eumulus" as "Kemuel," son of Nahor, and linked to the Patterson camel symbol, and to other Camel-like entities. BEHOLD:
"[Richard] Amerike married a Lucy Wells and settled at West Camel, near Ilchester in Somerset, before deciding to move his family to Bristol."
Somerset is the location of Clapton!! The Mercer Coat uses a pattee cross, the symbol also of the Claptons. Mercers were first in NortUMBERland, exactly where expected due to my link of Kemuel to Chemmites of the Nile (who I traced to Cambr-like entities). Wales was itself founded by Cambrians who named Umberland. Denmark was also called by a Cymbri term, and "The [Clapton] name is claimed to be descended from a Danish noble who attended the court of King Canute..." The Herculean, Atlantean Danaans. "Canute" smacks of "Heneti" and "Gwynedd" of Wales to which I trace Heneti.
ZOW-WOW-IE. It reminds me that I traced the Gadir Atlanteans to an Hirota/Haeredaland (= vikings of Norway) settlement in Wales, at Gwynedd, near Rhos, on the gates to Mona that was also called Anglesey. That settlement was Erethlyn, and I traced Atlanteans there as per Erytheia of the Hercules-Atlantis/Geryon myth. I now find, just as I'm convincing myself that Amerike was of Gadir-Atlantean elements, that the Welsh Merick surname was first found in Anglesey! No one in the world agrees with my trace of Gadir Atlanteans to Erethlyn. But there you have it, a real shocking ZOW-WOW-IE.
The O-team is now involved in Israel, and God has it in his plan to gather the Atlanteans in Israel, on Israel's mountains, and there He will turn their literal blood into a Winepress of Fury. This God is NOT HAPPY about these peoples. God is FURIOUS against them. He does NOT LOVE them, or ignore their sins. Stay far from the building of America, Republican Christian. Instead, build the kingdom of God, for neither political party in America, and apparently not even the Tea Party, is to be trusted for installing Christian values. They will take your money, and your energy, and build their Atlantis. You can't dethrone them; God wants them in power, and over to Israel, for the BloodBath. Unless they are in power, they won't be able to get their armies to Israel. Let the devils cough up their frogs, and let them come to Israel, and croak! Guts everywhere, says the LORD. Guts splattered all over Edom, without mercy, without sorrow.
Hmm, there is a Tea surname, first found in Nottingham. It's like the Allen Coat. That reminds me of the Dee Coat with a "Hic" motto term. I wanted to deal with the Danish Bauer Coat, using an axe that should link to the Hicks surname at Clapton. Very fortunately, Tim found that this webpage shows the Danish Bauer Coat (and not other Bauer Coats), wherein we find a hurt symbol: "A shield divided per fese: 1st, black with a gold leopard passant, wearing a golden crown, holding an axe and supporting a hurt..." Super find!
The Arthur write-up: """On a red shield, a silver chevron between three rests, on each, a hurt."
The point is, Bauers got around, even to the Arthurian cult, and appear to be quite central to the Arthurian cult, as central as the Meschins/Mackays and other raven-depicted Rus vikings, pirates. Arthurs were Waynes, and I think Waynes were Vains, who along with the Beans/Bains are septs of the Mackays.
"Clav(er)" could, in this picture, trace to "Garib(ald)," who ruled Bavaria in the king-Arthur period. As I said, Garibald's family, namely Grimoald, raised CORBinian (evokes corvos=crow/raven) to power in Bavaria, and he used a saddled bear, which I think links to the harnessed Mackay bear. King Arthur is regarded with a bear symbol for other reasons than the Arthur surname's origin in bear-using BERwickshire, symbol of the BERnicians...who trace to Zahringers of Biber/Bavaria blood (think also the Biber-like location at GRABfeld). L-to-r switches were common, and I note the Craver variation of the Austrian Grabbers. .
The Grabber/Craver write-up: "The distinguished German surname Grabber is derived from the Old High German 'graban,' meaning 'to dig.' " Entering "Grap" brings up the same Coat, making Grabfeld/Grapfeld links possible. The Garb/Garber surname was first in Austria too, and it not only uses the heraldic garbs (in both Coat and Crest) so that we know the Cheshire garbs trace to that clan, but it also uses stars in Bauer colors.
The Garvey surname is Obama-interesting; it was first in Tyrone. Two days ago, I wrote:
"The Baggs/Beggs were first in Tyrol, and the Bayer/Bavaria surname was "First found in Lower Austria and Tyrol." German Bessens were first found in Austria too. There is a pattern here, and the German Bessens even use a war club, a symbol that I've long traced to Babenbergs. It was the symbol of Hercules, especially at Oeta..."
Were Tyrol elements in Tyrone? The Arms of Tyrone uses the arm and sword, which is used in conjunction with the Bessin war club. Garveys use a cross similar to the Claptons (if that helps to make a Claver link to Garb terms more palatable), and a Shield smacking of the Singletary Coat, a surname smacking of the Singular variation of the Clares/Sinclairs.
It's hard to say whether the Arthur surname can be traced to Garb and/or Garibald elements by its "Gabrain" roots: """The Arthur family traced their descent from King Aedan Mac Gabrain... " In any case, it does appear that Bauers, and therefore Bogens, trace to Garibald and his assumed station at Grabfeld. I don't yet understand by what coincidence the mythical golden fleece should trace to the sheep-shearing Fuggers, aside from both entities being in the sheep-shearing business, and carrying on for centuries even to the Bauers.
The trace of Bogens>Bauers, by way of their bows and arrows symbols as well as the war club above, to Pamphylians of mythical Philoctetes>Poeas, is very solid where Pamphylians founded Bamberg (i.e. ruled by Babenbergs who also ruled Grabfeld). In my opinion, the Bavarian-Illuminati mystery is solved: the Hercules Danaans > Danes. Hyksos. Rosicrucian Rus. The Atlantis of the Pisidians of Buto, Bast and Horus. The Laz golden fleece, on the Spree river. The topic is becoming redundant because, no matter how I investigate, it comes round to the same entities, all inter-related and linking one way or the other. This beast is so huge that it can't be explained concisely. It's a complicated winding octopus.
In the news, Palestinian leader Abbas, who came on board the direct peace talks only to highlight Israel's settlement program, has finally come out to make good on his plot: """Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said [today] that the Palestinians will not continue direct talks if building in the settlements continues, Israel Radio reported." Why bother to report on this?
I haven't seen this Fox video with Tony Blair on the Middle East. You might like to see it.
Here's new low-down in the Iraqi mud hole:
"... The Sadrists, headed by Muqtada al-Sadr, announced on Friday that they would back Nouri al-Maliki as the prime minister after opposing this for months. And now there's a story saying Sadr will also back Ayad Allawi, leader of the Iraqiya bloc, to be president of Iraq. What do you think the situation is now?
...The Kurds, for example, are going to have a laundry list of demands, many of which they would want to see satisfied before they will agree to join Maliki...[like I said, mud hole]
What's interesting to me is the emergence, suddenly, of al-Sadr as a possible kingmaker--saying his block would support Maliki as prime minister but only if Maliki would also accept Allawi as president [what?]
Well, we haven't seen any statement from the Sadrist bloc about this--only statements from the Iraqiya bloc, and I don't think we can take that seriously until we actually get it confirmed from the Sadrists' side...
Now the Kurds have had Jalal Talabani as president of Iraq since 2005. Would they be reluctant to give up the presidency or could they strike a deal for something else?
...Massoud Barzani, the president of the Kurdistan region, and he has been quite insistent that Jalal Talabani remain on as president. This may be an issue that is non-negotiable...
...Allawi, of course, is not a Sunni himself. He is a secular Shiite, but he is a very strong Arab nationalist. He's known for his strong opinions about Iran--none of them positive. He started out in the Ba'ath Party and had a falling out with Saddam Hussein and departed Iraq. He was then the subject of an assassination attack in London by the regime, survived it, and is now trying to be the champion of Arab Iraqis who are not Sunni or Shiite, but secular. He is close to the Arab states; he is close to Turkey. Those states and that constituency want to see him as the prime minister [Allawi has the links to bring Saddamist Baathists on his team, and these could decide to join violent Saddamists who in turn join the anti-Christ against Maliki]...
...Or if Maliki agrees to Allawi as the president--that would meet the U.S. desires, right?
No, that's not sufficient. That is a necessary but insufficient condition for the new coalition. It's not just a matter of the position, but also of curbing the powers of the prime minister. Nouri al-Maliki is seen as a runaway prime minister who created agencies directly under his command [that were] accountable to no one else...
So, what would be an "enhanced power" of the presidency? Well, it's not clear if the presidency or another institution would have a significant say over defense policy and foreign policy. There are different ideas on the table. There's one that says the presidency should have more powers. There's another that says there should be a council and maybe Allawi should be the head of it, and then somebody else could be the president. There are other ways of limiting the powers of the prime minister by giving him deputies that have significant powers. So, at this point there are a number of proposals on the table [the O-mericans have a deal on the table too], none of which seem to be getting any traction at the moment.""
I had better shake a spear and get to work. Shalom.
Today is a another day of verifications and additional links. I don't know if you recall the trace of Drummonds to the Italian Marina surname by the fact that the Spanish Marina Coatt uses Drummond waves in colors reversed to German Drummonds. BUT NOW there is perfect verification while linking the Marina surnames to the Damorys of Oxfordshire. The three so-called "wavy bends" in the Italian Marina/Marino Coat are used by the Amer surname, first in Oxfordshire. It shows that the wavy bends are alternatives to the Drummond waves.
The Spanish write-up traces to the French Marin surname, with this write-up: "The French given name Marin was an occupational name for a sailor." As was mentioned in the first update of this topic of Drummond sea-farers, the Marin Coat (Bellamy Shield) is a copy, less the ship, of the Gunn/Guine Coat, that surname first found in the Orkney islands...often held by vikings/Rus.
Recalling yesterday's link of Richard Amerike to Henry Sinclair of the Orkneys, and there common missions of discovering America, so we see that a variation of the Marin Coat is Maret. While the French Marets have Damory-like variations, the French Merit page shows a Meric variation that should be the derivation of "Amerike." The Marit page (talbot, as with the Damorys and Amers) shows three straight bars that should be the root of the three Drummond and Marina waves, and that suggests that all of these waves trace to the Arms of Trebizond empire, even as I trace "Drumm(ond)" to "Thermo(don)." Hope it's now making sense.
I tried the Amer surname last night, which is responsible for the paragraphs above, as per "Amerike." And it not only fit Amerike's family as just described, but gave additional clues to America's founding. Note the black "engrailed" bar in the Amer Coat, a symbol used in the Sinclair cross.
I've shown the Amer Coat before and remarked on the Tunis-like motto, "Tu ne cede Malis." The Sinclairs definitely had a branch in north African "Moors," and as I am now confident that these Moors were the Masseys, I would peg the "Malis" term as code for Malahule, the Rollo-Rus ancestor of Ranulph le Meschin...which should explain why the Maret Coat uses scallops in Meschin colors.
The implication is that the Mar terms all over this picture were the Meshwesh>Massey Moors, and in fact I did trace the Spanish Moreno/Moratin surname to "Mauritania," the root of the Moors. It just so happens that "Moreno" is often said to mean, "black sheep," as per the Merino-sheep species. "The Merino is an economically influential breed of sheep prized for its wool." There is a photo of a champion Merino sheep that is a ram.
Meshwesh were in Tunisia, but I recall tracing Masseys to Mali (beside Mauritania), probably due to "Malahule." The Arms of Mali use bows and arrows. Mali is home to Timbuktu, called "Tumbutu," "a city in Tombouctou Region, in the West African nation of Mali. It was made prosperous by the tenth mansa of the Mali Empire, Mansa Musa." Musa? Could the Bouctou term have become the Bousis surname said to be the root of the Meschin-scalloped Marets?
Timbuktu was taken over by Tuaregs at one point, and they, like the Meshwesh, were Amazons/Amazighen. As you may know that I trace these Amazons to Thermodon, and to the Themis city on that river, and so you may read in the Timbuktu article that the city was also Themis/Thames-like: ""Over the centuries, the spelling of Timbuktu has varied a great deal: from traveler Antonius Malfante's 'Thambet."
There was such a thing as "black Danes," I once read in Britannica. The idea presented now that Masseys/Meschins of the Malahule line of Danish vikings from Timbuktu agrees very nicely with the mascles (= Meschin/Masculine code) in the Tain/Thame Chief. The Tain/Thame surname was first found in Oxfordshire, named after the Thames river there, or vice versa.
I always keep in mind the "dame" idea present in Amazons, and that ArTEMIS was a dame extraordinaire. Was, therefore, the Themis locality named after the Danaan line to Danes? We know that Hercules stole the girdle of an Amazon queen, that idea suggesting that the Hercules Danaan were close to Amazons, and of course the Atlantean Hercules was about the Atlas mountains on the north side of Mauritania, in Morocco but extending into Tunisia.
What about the Morocco-like "Meric/Amerike"?
The Tain/Thame Coat uses footless martins, code for the Merlin cult (see "Merle" first update this month) to which I trace Richard Amerike. And the Tain/Thames Coat is in the red and gold colors of Meret/Meric Coat (which Coat is used in red and white in the Danish Bauer Coat).
More evidence was found last night of a Massey link to the Mars et-al. The Dutch Mere/Mer Coat uses the Massin/Mason lion. "Mere" is registered under the French Mar Coat (white scallops) where the surname is now traced to "marre"= ram, a suggesting links to the Moreno/Moratin sheep entity. Excellent, for Mar variations include Mauritania-like Maur, Maure, Maures, Maurre, and Maurres.
Entering Merino, ASTOUNDING NOW (especially if you like sheep), brings up a surname first found in Hampshire, where the Easters/Isters were first found! It turns out to be the English Marin surname. I had shown this Coat and quoted from it's write-up: "They were of Marrini or Marigny family of Calvados in Bayeux at Marigny, 4 kilometers from Port en Bessin. In 1166 Gwerri or Guerri Marigny..." "Maringy" smacks of "Meric(k)."
The Merinos can now be linked solidly to the Damorys and Marets (Meschin scallops) for its write-up: "The Maret surname is a habitational name derived from any of several places named with the Old French words 'mareis,' or 'maresc,' meaning 'marsh.'" Forget "marsh." It was shown, from an online writer (see first update this month), that "Marisco" was a Damory/Morency variation.
Apparently, Meres were from Merinos, where the latter term could also refer to mariners. The English Mere Coat uses only a ship, the MacDonald ship. Meres were first in Cheshire ( we saw yesterday that Garb>Grabfeld elements, beside Hesse, were in Cheshire, not only supporting a trace of Cheshire to Hesse Catti, but indicating that Bogens/Bauers were in Cheshire), and Mere variations smack of "Jewishness": Maire, Myer, Myers, Mayers, Meyers, and Meir. The first Rothschild was Mayer Bauer.
The following is revealing. I was tracing Robert Guiscard due to a great clue, but should first say, once again, that Guiscard was a Tancred/Tankerville/Tanerdeville on his father's side, which should link to the English Tanner Coat, using Moor heads and a talbot dog. We read: "Bavaria, Germany is the ancestral home of the Tanner family," though they were first found recorded in Franconia.
The Maschi/Maskaly surname, first found in Rimini, also uses pine cones, and very similar to the ones in the German Taner/Tanner surname. Rimini is important because it's where bishop Morino was from, as per the Italian Marina/Marino write-up. Yet another Mal-term in the Maschi write-up, as per a Rimini castle called "Malatesta."
"Maskall" is also registered under the Keith surname, and so keep the BUCKan location of the Keiths in mind as we get into the Fugger topic again. I had traced the hypothetical Mussels (obviously the Keith-related Maskalls) who named Musselburgh to Mali and the Meshwesh in north Africa, while Keiths were first found in Haddington (named after the Hesse Catti), where Musselburgh is located.
The Keiths are traced in their write-up to Harvey Keith, reminding me of the Garveys mentioned yesterday, traced from Grabfeld to Cheshire's Bauers. The German Harvey Coat uses stars in Bauer-star colors, if that helps to make the Bauer link to Cheshire (I trace the Keith/Keath Catti to Cheatles/Chettles of Cheshire). English Harveys use the Bellamy Shield and the Bug(s)/Buggen/Buge horizontal martins (in Bogen colors).
I was seeking more Fugger (= "sheep shearers") links last night when I came to the Scottish Buge Coat as per the Fuge variation of the Fuggers. The Buges smack of the Bug(s) surname already linked to Fuggers>Bogens. The Buge WRITE-UP:
"First found in Caithness, where they were very anciently seated. Traditionally, the family are descended from a small sept of McDonalds...They were granted their lands by Henry St.Clair, the first Earl of Orkney"
That's the discoverer of America, it is well reported online. But as he links to Richard Amerike, one indeed has reason to trace the latter to the Danish Bauers/Hyksos, as was done yesterday. Hyksos became the Sea Peoples, remember, and therefore the Danaan sea peoples to the British Dumnonii/Domnanns, who became the MacDonalds. We will shortly come to some more Rhodian Danaans in Lincolnshire.
After "Buge," the Bogar surname entered my mind, though I entered "Bogart," and ZOWIE, it uses the Guiscard-Coat symbol. It was only the second time that I had seen this symbol, so far as I can recall. The Bogars/Bogarts were first found in Lincolnshire. If you look at the Danish Bauer's red and white bars, they seem to be spreading out, reflecting the Guiscard and Bogar bars (in the same colors). Keep the blue roundel in the Bauer Coat in mind.
[An hour after writing that, I came upon the Grab/Krabbe Coat, using the same design! That jibes with a Bauer trace to Grabfeld]
The German Bogar Coat is in German-Bauer colors, not surprising where Bauers were Bogens. These Bogans use Baum as for example, Baumgarner, Baumgartner, Baumgarten, Baumgart, but also "Paum." I recall tracing the Baums to BAMberg, and I'll re-visit that if I have time today.
As per the Bocket and Bucket variations of the English Bogars (lily and holly branch in Crest), Beckets and Buckinghams came to mind, and entering the latter, gold roundels on blue (there could therefore have been blue-on-gold roundels linking to the Bauer roundel). I think that gold roundels, called "besants/bezants," trace to the Bessin. Variations of the Buckingham surname are Becking, Buckin, and Bocking.
Buckinghams could certainly be a Bogar clan, therefore, and not only were they first found in Oxfordshire, where the Damorys and Amers were first found, but "Bucking" smacks of "TimBUKtTu," which I read as Thames-BUKTu,. It can't be a coincidence, therefore, that the Thames river flows in Oxfordshire. The "Buktu" evokes Beckets, bee-line Bessin in my opinion.
Not only were Beckets first found in Cheshire, as were Bessins/Beastons, but the red-on-gold Buckingham lion is essentially the lion displayed in Wikipedia's Ranulf-le-Meschin article for his Arms. That's important for the developing idea that Meschins were from Timbuktu in Mali, as per a Malahule trace to Mali (some of you don't follow along well, and others are going to jump in here before reading the past, so let me repeat ad nauseum that Ranulph's father was a descendant of Malahule, son of Eystein, grandfather of Rollo, while Ranulph's mother, a Gos/Gois, is being traced to GUIScard). Beckets use a red-on-gold lion too.
Next, I entered "Pocket" as per the Buckingham variations, and ZOWZERS, a real electric shocker of the kind I'm getting drunk on. Every day, a shocker without fail. The Pockets use nothing but a red cinquefoil on white, colors reversed to the cinquefoils in the Tankerville/Tanerdeville Coat, thus linking Pockets to the Tancreds, Guiscards. Pockets are properly, "Poucher/POWcher," very "Boger-like. They were first found in Lincolnshire, as were the Bogars/Bogarts. But frankly Scarlet, I don't give a Dane.
The Tankervilles were ALSO first in Lincolnshire. These were the Rhodian Danaans, folks, and we are reminded of BUGS Bunny, "That's all folks." The Fulkes/Folkes (= Fugger-line) from Anjou were first in NorFOLK. Bugs-Bunny codes trace to the Meschin family (see fourth update in February and thereafter).
THEREFORE, heraldry has revealed that Guiscard was a Bogar/Fugger, Bavarian-Illuminati material, and that Illuminati is clearly linked to Dane Rus in many ways, perfectly expected where FreeMasons are also ROSicrucians. Moreover, we need to ask why Tancreds ruled Antioch, the city of the proto-Antichrist Seleucids.
Next I entered Dane and found the axes that i typically trace to Hyksos in the German Dane/Danner/Denner Coat. It's in the colors of the French Dienne Coat, which I mention due to the other major city of Timbuktu: Djenne. Remember, Malahule was a Dane viking, and that evokes Mali's Timbuktu and Djenne all at once.
Djenne is also "Jenne," in case any reader with Patterson bloodline is interested in looking deeper into that (I already traced Pattersons to the Guine-Veres that were also "Guis"). This should be mythical GuineVere (said to be "Jennifer" somehow), folks, and the Jenne Coat smacks of a vertical variation of the Arms of Trebizond, important because we're dealing with Amazons of Mali here, who were darkened Aryans/Berbers. Note that the Fulkes/Folkes were of Fulk NERRA (evokes "Niger") in particular. We wonder who his mother was.
She was Adelaide of Vermandois, and I note that the Verman Coat uses "Firmus" for a motto code, a term I had seen recently in an important surname but didn't record. In other words, firm-like motto terms can be code for the Verman/Vermandois bloodline. [I found it in the Bacon Coat mooto: "Mediocria Firma."
AND ZOWIE, an electrical storm on the high seas: the French Jenne surname was first found in Anjou! As it apparently uses the Arms of the Babenbergs (Austria), the Jennes/Gennes surname looks Heneti all of a sudden.
As the first sign of evidence for a trace to Mali/TimBUKTu, the Verman/Ferman Coat uses the Becket lion heads in the same fashion. Then, the French Guines were first found in BOURBonnias, smacking of the Berbers. And English Guines were the Gunns...using the Mar/Mars Coat. The Guine Chief is stars in the color of the so-called "Vere star"...on the Massey Shield! We wonder whether the Pegasus in the Massey Crest, known to be myth-code for north-African Gorgons, relates to the Bogens et-al. Remember, the Arms of Mali uses bows and arrows, the Bogan and Bauer symbols.
The Dane-Coat axes are in the colors of the Bibers, who I traced yesterday to the Bibra location just outside Grabfeld (a Babenberg city). I'm saying that because I linked the Grabfeld location to Garibald>Grimoald (early dukes of Bavaria) and their hypothetical diamond symbols to the Bogan lozenges. I now find that Scottish Daners, using a unicorn that could link them to the Shetland vikings at the heart of the Scottish Bauers, use diamonds. The surname is thought to trace to "Daniel," but such traces are simplifications, where the reality could be that "Daniel" came later in the family history of a Dane-like term/entity.
Next I tried "Vickers" as a possible Fugger/Bogar variation, and found the MacDonald ship again, large and in the colors of the large MacDonald ship used by Meres. (We don't forget that Sheep surnames were also "Ship," as though the golden fleece was named "ship" originally, and then became our "sheep." Vickers/Wicars were first found in Argyllshire, where I trace the Argo ship/crew with its golden fleece. That crew was the raven depicted vikings of Orkney/Shetland as they developed into the Rothesay-ruling vikings (Rothesay is off the shores of Argyll) that became the Roths>Rothschilds.
Vickers use a tree stump used also by the Rodams/Rodhams, if that helps to trace Hillary Clinton to the Bavarians. The Clinton Coat uses stars in Bauer colors, and the same crosslet used by Vickers. Clintons were first found in Oxfordshire; see a pattern there?
The Vicker motto is TANdem, suggesting Danes. I checked such terms and found the Tandy/Dandy Coat, with garb in Crest that should trace to Garb-branch Bauers. Tandys/Dandys were first found in Lincolnshire, suggesting primary Danaans.
Bill Clinton's true father was a Bryce. The Bryces, who look like Bruces, use a red lion design exactly that of the Garvey Crest. The latter Coat is the one smacking very much of the Singletary Coat, thus making an Obama-bloodline link to Bill Clinton's bloodline. As a Singletary in Obama's bloodline changed the name to DUNham, we might expect a Dun/Dunn trace to the Tandys/Dandys.
The Harcourts/Harkers were first in Oxfordshire, and they are the root of the Beaumonts/Baumonts/Bowmonts that were recently traced solidly to the Bauers et-al. Harcourts use "bon" as a motto term, which causes a re-check of the Bonne Coat: Ferte eagles on a Bellamy-like Shield; that works because Beaumonts were BELLEMonts too, AND because French Bonnes use Bellamy colors, AND because Dutch Bonnes use English Beaumont crescents. AND BECAUSE English Bonnes were first found in Oxfordshire.
Therefore, don't discount a small motto term like "bon." The "temps" motto term that is placed directly after "bon" smacks of the Thames river, Oxfordshire.
I found last night that the Bagger/Badger Coat uses the Bonne Coat bar in colors reversed. The Bagger/Badger Coat smacks of the Fukes Coat, surname first found in Lincolnshire. Fukes variations: Fucher, Folker, Fulker, Folger, Fuge, Fudge. What about Elmer Fudd? This gives the impression that the Ferte eagle is the Fulk FALCon.
The Guiscard root of the Bogars/Bogarts can give support to a Bug trace to Bogens, for the Buchard variation (of Bogars/Bogarts) should link to the "water bougets" of the Buchers, used also by the Bug surname. That's the same Bocher surname using a BOWser variation.
The Clinton crosslets were used in Argyllshire and Ayrshire, as for example the Nortons and the Kennedys (who I trace to the Heneti golden fleece). I once shared an online quote wherein JF Kennedy's wife wrote a little something about her husband and tied him to the "golden fleece." Kennedy's were first found in Ayrshire, but are said in their write-up up to be from Ulster, wherefore the "fin" motto term suggests an Irish Fein/Fien clan. I say this because the Irish Fagens, which were found in search of more Fuggers/Bogans, use a Feighan variation that could have been of the Feins.
The Fegan/Feighan Coat (surname said to be from "paganus") so smacked of the Wayne/Wein Coat (uses a Kennedy Shield) that I realized "Fagen" was related to "wagon," the apparent root of "Wayne." The importance of Fins/Feins/Fains is their use of what should be the Arms of Trebizond.
The Waynes are Arthurian-cult central. Entering "Fein," brings up the Vain/Veynes Coat using the metal gloves/gauntlets seen also in the Wayne Coat. These Vains were Bains/Beans, and therefore linked to the Bonnes (this string is explained in recent updates). The Wayne motto includes a Temp-like term, "Tempus et casus accidit omnibus." Wagens use what could be a Bellamy Shield, and swans.
The Kennedy write-up traces to Wigton (Galloway), the locale in which Hanna/Hanneth (!!) Berbers were first found. That is, I traced the Flintstone creators, Hanna-Barbera, from Hannibal Carthaginians/Berbers to the Hanna/Hanneth surname of Wigton. But I didn't realize until now that they were the Kennedys!
From the Kennedy page: "The [Kennedy] power and influence in that [Galloway] region was great. In fact, there is a rhyme handed Down through clansmen and bards from the year 1300 which runs as follows: 'Twixt Wigtown and the town of Ayr, Portpatrick and the Cruives of Cree. No man need think to bide there, unless he court with Kennedy.'" The Cree/Crea surname was first found in Ayrshire, if you would like to investigate. I had traced it to Curetes (of the Rhea cult) of Crete, and to the Cree "Indians." Note the ship in the Cree Chief, which could identify the Crees as discoverers of America, hence the naming of the Cree natives.
Fagens were first in Tyrone, and they use grails. The Garvey surname was first in Tyrone, and Garveys trace to Grabfeld, Swabia, where same-colored HohenSTAUFENS were named after "grail keepers." The "fidelis" motto term of the Fagans, as always, evokes the same-colored Fiddle/Fidelow surname, first found in Surrey. I trace "Surrey" to "Tyre/Surru," and that could make for a Surrey link to Tyrone. The Surrey surname uses checks in Hohen-check colors, you see. The particular Hohens in the Coat page there are said to have been first in Hesse...on the Grabfeld frontier! A Hohensteufen variation is shown.
The Shaw/Shay grails are identical but for the colors, and you may have been reading when I traced Shaws/Shays to Scheyern, the Bavarian city out of which came the Wittelsbacks. This tends to link the Rothschild-like arrows in the Crest of the English Shaws/Shays to Bauers/Bavarians.
The Staffs of Staffordshire were "were descended from Roger de Toeni...His son, Ralph de Toeni, was hereditary Standard Bearer to King William the Conqueror, at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. His brother, Robert de Toeni, built a castle in Stafford and was the first to be surnamed Stafford. The family...from the senior line of this noble family descended the Dukes of Buckingham."
I have a little time for the Baum surname. I recognized by the skin on my teeeth as a variation of the French Bonne coat. As the Bonnes were a Bellamy relation, the Baums could have been BAUMonts/BELLEMonts. See "Baum" in the fifth update of April for a little more on Baums if you need to investigate. I'm out of time for today. The suspicion is that Baumonts were out of Bamberg.
I "lied." I did see another Coat like the Guiscards, I just realized, though it was not quite like it. I linked the Bamberg-surname Coat to Guiscards, on a tentative basis, due to the similarity. But it's only in past days that the link has materialized solidly. I recall from that discussion that there was a Bamburg (with a 'u') surname with distinct Bamburg Coat (very Hebrew), but the point now is that these Bamburgs/Banburys were first in Oxfordshire. Entering "Banburg is new for me, I think, and that brings up the Bamburgh surname, of the Bebbanberg Bernicians of Bamburgh castle, we may assume. The surname is also "Bamber," and I thought I saw that term down in Timbuktu.
Yes, the Timbuktu peoples spoke Bambara, after a peoples of the same name, but also "Bamana" and "Banmana." They are a Mande-related peoples who had a Bozo branch (founders of Djenne), and that smacks of the Italian Boso Coat (from a French/Charlemagne ruler in Italy), because it uses a bull, as does the Banburg/Bamburgh Crest!
That now convinces me of what I could only theorize, that Babenbergs were, at least in-part, from North Africa too.
There is a Toeni Coat, but the Toeni could have been from "Antenor," mythical code of the Heneti that led to the Anthony/Anton surname, first found in Lincolnshire.
The goat in the Anthony Crest reminds me that I had to mention the goat of the Weishaupt Crest, as per Adam Weishaupt (a Hebrew), visible founder of the Bavarian Illuminati. It appears that goats are inter-changeable with sheep in these fleece lines, and one should also consider tying the wicked Templar goat to it, which was called, "Baphomet," related to the "The Goat of Mendes." I'm thinking the Mande peoples above, founders of Djenne:
"Levi called his image 'The Goat of Mendes', presumably following Herodotus' account that the god of Mendes -- the Greek name for Djedet, Egypt -- was depicted with a goat's face and legs. Herodotus relates how all male goats were held in great reverence by the Mendesians, and how in his time a woman publicly copulated with a goat. However the deity that was venerated at Egyptian Mendes was actually a ram deity Banebdjed (literally Ba of the lord of djed, and titled 'the Lord of Mendes'), who was the soul of Osiris. Levi combined the images of the Tarot of Marseilles Devil card and refigured the ram Banebdjed as a he-goat...."
Striking. The BANEBdjed ram smacks of "Bamana/Banmana/Bambara" and Djenne all at once, and I kid you not that the short Weishaupt and Baphomet mention above followed the Bambara topic only as a "coincidence"; I did not have any particular links between the two in mind. SUDDENLY, we see the root of the Bavarian Illuminati in the Mendesians out of Egypt and into Mali.
Baphomet is said to be a secret code for Mohammed, the originator of the Muslim faith. I had a mind to delve into his Nahorite ancestry, which I suspect, but I haven't gotten to it...yet.
In Iraq, rocket attacks against government buildings are added proof that an Insurgency exists to topple the government, and that it's still working toward that goal:
"Sunni and Shi'ite insurgents are reviving the tactic of firing rockets at Baghdad's fortified Green Zone...
...The U.S. military says rocket attacks against the Green Zone, home to the Iraqi government and foreign embassies, spiked in September...
...Firing positions seem to be encroaching on the Green Zone from both Sunni and Shi'ite areas...
'They have changed their tactics and started launching attacks from a very close range to be sure that there is no time to warn people inside the Green Zone,' a source in the Iraqi defence ministry told Reuters on condition of anonymity.
...Baker said: 'The resurgence that we've seen in some of these attacks is a result ... (of) al-Qaeda trying to re-establish themselves here in Baghdad.'"
And so it goes, on and on, Baphometa weeping for her children.
If democracy is back-room deals, as is now practiced in Iraq, how is that anything to honor? I'll give you my two kings in return for your three queens. Is that what democracy is? I'll give you Park Place in return for all the Railroads, Pennsylvania Avenue, and the hotels on New York State. That sounds more like business.
Obama has got the entire Arab world, or as much of it as he can, to get involved in the Netanyahu "piece deal." Obama hopes that he can at least become famous as the one to get the Arab world involved, knowing that he can't get Netanyahu to form a Palestinian state. But that's like setting the Arabs on Netanyahu to tear him to pieces. It's just like Bark Obama, isn't it?
I was hoping to take time off of the bloodline topic, but another miracle happened. Two emails, one from FE, and another from a new emailer with old-recorded info on Mascys. I read them both last night. Actually, I was up before 2 am feeling as though it was normal wake-up time at 5-6 am, and feeling alive, I caught up on some email. Fe's was dated August 30, if that tells how far behind I was. After closing one from "Pots," who showed that Agnes Mascy, daughter of Hamon de Mascy, married Geoffrey de Dutton, related to Cheshire Tattons, I went back to sleep and pondered the meaning, with nothing at first.
But I found myself going over the recent trace of Aeneus and his Aenete-encoded wife to Dardanian Mysians, and the trace at that time of those Mysians to Carthage (modern Tunisia) i.e. to the Meshwesh. In that recent discussion I had also referred to the Kikon Hyksos on the same Hebros river as the location of Aenus, and as one can deduce that Aenete represented the Anat-cult Heneti, so one can deduce the same for Aeneus or Aeneas. This was remarkable because Fe's email had to do with a Gog-like surname that appears to be Wigton-related (a location to which I had traced HYKsos), and Wigton happened to be a huge (but short) topic yesterday as I discovered that Kennedys were at Wigton, wherefore they were from the Hanna/Hanneth surname, first found in Wigton, but from Hannibal Carthaginians.
And at about that time in my thinking, it hit me. Mythical Tyrian princess, Dido (I had wrongly called her "Dodo" on September 26, but just as well), to whom Aeneus was made married (by Roman myth), and who (as everyone knows) represented Tyrians moving to found Carthage: THEY BECAME THE DUTTONS. And that's why Duttons married Mascys, because the Mascys had been Meshwesh at Tunisia/Carthage! I wanted to wake up then to put it on paper and investigate further, but decided to sleep...which is why this update is late today.
This is super evidence (and additional key) for the Massey/Mascy trace to the Meshwesh, and so far as I'm concerned, it's a Miracle that I was informed of the Dutton marriage at this time. Here's what I wrote in the fourth update of September:
On the Antenor>Acamas line, we read: "With his brother ARCHelochus and his cousin Aeneas, Acamas led the Dardanian contingent to assist [Trojan] King Priam." Thus, Aeneas is suspect as a Nahorite-Chemmite peoples encoded as Acamas (recall the camel symbol of the Pepins=Paphlagonians of Landen). Keep in mind that I trace the Hebrew-like "Priam" to Parion of Mysia, for Mysians are becoming central (in my mind) in the Aeneas line to Dido's Carthage empire, and therefore to the Meshwesh/Amazighen "Libyans." We are about to experience a crash of Edomites into Amazons, who in fact infested Mysia.
That idea, that Aeneas depicted Heneti to the Carthage theater, was new late in September. Now comes the Duttons. Pots had sent a string of emails a week earlier on September 21, and I don't think he/she could possibly know (until reading this) that Duttons trace to Dido elements.
I had identified Meshwesh as Hyksos booted out of Egypt by the Ten Plagues, for they became part of the Sea Peoples later on who re-invaded the Nile delta, and Meshwesh actually succeeded in re-ruling at Tanis (hence, the link to Tunis, capital of Tunisia), as the 21st-dynasty "Egyptian" pharaohs. Keep in mind that while Meshwesh were Aryan Berbers, so too the Hyksos were Aryan ruling Egypt. AND, I traced another branch of Hyksos to Amazons of Mysia, and that was the pelvis-Heneti cult, the Baal and Anat cults held to by Hyksos out of Egypt.
Thus, Aeneus and Aenete depicted Hyksos Mysians at Dardania, and they were at Carthage because their Meshwesh branch was there. Or, they became the Meshwesh branch. One or the other, they were involved closely to a Dido entity at Carthage, and together they ended up in Meschin-ville of England. They also ended up at WIGton of Scotland.
On Fe's email, she sent the Kuch/Kouchner surname, telling that the Polish branch was interesting as they were from the Polesie province where "the renowned Radziwills and Sapiehas held their vast estates." Radziwills are the clan at the root of the Trabys. The Coat uses a horseshoe, perhaps code for horse-loving peoples such as Ixion-related CENTaurs, whom I peg as Heneti.
The Kuchar(ski)/Kukar(ski) variation seemed very Gugar to me. The Kuekz(kowski) reflected "Hyksos." The Kurcew(ski) variation looks like "Circe." That's for starters, and in no way makes links to Gogi peoples based on similarity of terms alone. I noted that German Kuchs use a Coat similar to the Arms of Trebizond empire, though rather than three bars as with Trebizond, it's two white bars (on a red Shield). They were first found in Bavaria and Franconia, and they use Kuchen and Guggen variations properly, but a Kucher is also shown.
It didn't dawn on me yet that they were mythical CYGnus Ligurians, who were the Hyksos too, who had previously been the Kikons on the Hebros, where Aenus is located. Is that not amazing? These Ligurians trace to Meschins of the Cheshire theater, and in fact the Italian Masci surname was found in Piedmont, interior Liguria.
Seeking their British family branches, "Guggen" (Kuch colors) was entered to find them first in Tyrone (keeping in mind a trace to Tyrians). Variations are CYGNus/CYCNus all over: Guigan, Googan, Gougan, Guckin, MacGugan, Guiggan...but also Quiggan and Wiggin. The latter is a good clue for finding others.
So I took a look at the Wiggins Coat, and there was a spur in the Crest...that turned out to be exactly the spur design of the Dingwall Coat! The latter is the one with a GOLDEN FLEECE between two spurs.
As Dingwall became the Ross-shire capital, i note that the Wiggins Coat uses Ross-clan colors, red on white, colors reversed from the Guggens. Let me tell you that, due to Ezekiel telling that Satan was the king of Tyre, I see a Gogi peoples in Tyre that have yet to be identified. I suspect the Zeus cult, but also Hyksos as they passed through Tyre en route to Anatolia.
Wigens were first in CAMbridgeshire, but we read: "Another early bearer of the name was Radulfus filius Wigein, who was living in Leicestershire in 1163." That's the suspected link to Cygnus Ligurians. And if it's correct, it shows that a trace of "Wig(ton)" to Hyksos can also be correct.
I dealt with Wigton possibilities in the 6th update of May, where I mentioned the Ficks (Fuggers?) because they use the same pierces stars/mullets as the Wiggs/Wigtons, and in Wigton-star colors. We might trace the "mullet" to the Mali entities in yesterday's update, which were traced to Meschin Rus et-al
Now we can clinch what we might have suspected, that Fuggers were at the root of the bavarian Illuminati, for the German Fick Coat is one huge Zionists star in the colors of the same of the German Weis Coat; I'm thinking WEIShaupt, founder of the bavarian Illuminati. Both Weis' and Ficks were first found in Bavaria.
A Fick variation, Vick, smacks of the Vickers/Wicars (MacDonald ship) mentioned yesterday as possible Fuggers. Checking the Wickers (also "Weeks/Wykes"), there is found the axe design that I trace to Hyksos (!!) and an "arm with axe."
Like the Wiggens, Ficks were first found in Cambridgeshire, wherefore it looks like a Wigton=Wiggin match. AND, I had naturally found the Wigg/Wigton surname, and it's also "WIGINS(ton)." PLUS, the Wigg-Wigtons were first in Leicestershire!!! (I'm screaming), WHEREFORE, having done my homework in May, I am now prepared to declare that Radulfus filius Wigein was of the Wigton clan. These were the Cycnus Ligurians, plain and simple. The Wicker motto smacks of Carians as they were related to Cyrene near the Carthaginians. Meshwesh were in Cyrene.
Earlier, in the 6th update of May:
It was Tim's help that allowed theories and focus on the Saracens of Sicily, and eventually out of that emphasis came the revelation that the Hanna surname (co-creator of the Flintstones with a Berber-like surname) was from Hannibal Carthaginians. The Hanna surname was first found in Wigtonshire, wherefore note that the German Saurs/Sauers were also from Wigton. For, the Saur write-up says, "Dieteri Galleri was the first to take on this name, and according to chronicles, appeared under the name Caspar Sauer as early as 1313." Entering "Gallery" brings up a Galloway/Gallery Coat in Hanna colors with the write-up: "It was a name someone who lived in Galloway, Scotland, an area covering what is now the counties of Kircudbright and Wigtown."
KIRCUD? That is like the Kurcew(ski) variation of the Polish Kuchs. In any case, the point above is to support a trace of Wigton elements to north-African elements by the inclusion of Saracens in Wigton. Mythical Circe was located my Argo-ship myth off shore of Liguria, as a ship exits the Rhodanus/Rhone river where Ligurians were founded.
There is "Chi sera sera" reason to believe that Fulkes/Folks/Fooks were from those Saracens, and as we saw that the latter were Focks too, we also saw that they were Fuggers of Bavaria, and therefore likely from a branch of the Ficks above. But recalling that the Fulkes use the Shakespeare spear so as to link to the Speers/Sprees, note that Tattons have a Coat that is a variation of the Spree Coat.
The red crescents in both Coats could certainly be for Saracens/Muslims, and as I'm convinced, the Sprees of Poland's Spree river should also link back to Dido-branch Tyrians>Carthaginians. And indeed I did trace Polish king Mieszko (said to be from Sardinians) to Hannibal Carthaginians, founders, says Wikipedia, of Sulcus on Sardinia. AND, as I traced those very Sulcus>Silesian "Seleucids" to the Sellicks/Seliocs , note that the Wigtons use the same sort of Shield on Shield, and stars in the same colors.
The Wixton variation of the Wigtons seems applicable to Hixons of Cheshire. In any case, the Higgens show obvious Irish-Patterson links, and the Scottish Patterson pelicans (note that they look like swans = Cygnus symbol) should link to the same in the Wayne Coat (in Wiggins colors), taking notice that "Wayne" appears very much to "Wiggen."
Then, as Dingwall was the Ross-clan capital, we can link Pattersons to it by way of the Dingwall spurs used in the Wiggins Coat. "Spur" smacks of the Speers who were also Duttons/Tattons, and that traces all the above back to Dido-based Tyrians. Neat, folks, very neat, like the shaving of legs without a razor, so God will do to the chiefs of the Hyksos when the Armageddon Cream smothers them whole. There is a Spurway/Spurr Coat using a pierced star.
If the Wayne and/or Wiggens surname somehow traces to "wagon," the cart of "Carthage" comes to mind, but also the Hyksos chariot. In this picture, wagons were named after "Hyk(sos)." I am reminded that "gar" meant "wheel" so that "Gargar(ian)" meant two-wheeled cart/wagon, jibing with the fact that Gargarians were Georgians even as the Kartli/Kartvelians (= Cartwheelers") were Georgians. And merging with Amazons of the Thermodon, we expect those Gargarians in north-Africa with the Amazighen Meshwesh and Tuaregs. and indeed they were in north Africa as the mythical Gorgon hags, and as Pegasus the flying horse, symbol of the Massey Crest.
Thus, it appears that Masseys were meshed with, if not the same as, Gargarians out of Dido's Tyre. If I were convinced that Biblical Gog as a western Rus-and-Meshech entity, therefore, I would peg him as part of the Tyre-based Gogi, even the Massey clan...which was the root of the Bavarian Bogens/Bauers>Rothschilds. Before knowing anything of Massey roots, I had chosen Rothschilds to act as Biblical Gog, if Gog turns out to be a European rather than a Russian. But if that turns out incorrect, I pegged Rothschild-related Rus as the basis of the False Prophet.
Now that there is good evidence to trace Masseys to Tyre, what about mythical bee- and goat--line AMALthea of Crete, of the Zeus-Europa cult? I pegged her as code for Amalekites, but then Meschins trace to MALI and MALAhule, and for other reasons I suggested some months ago that Meschins would prove to be Amalekites. I traced them to Ayrshire too, and that's where the spur symbol is also found, in the Crest of the Ayer/Hayer Coat. That's a Hagar-like surname, you see, and it suggests that other spur-using clans, especially the Speers/Sprees/Spurrs that the spur may have been code for, may be end-time Amalekites.
But the Spree entity of Lusatia traces to Zahringer "Varangians," and so see this from the 2nd update of August:
As per the Wigenton location where the Wigtons lived, we check for a Wigen surname, and find one. The Crest uses a spur, suggesting horses. The surname looks like "wagon"...
...Seeking 'H' versions of "Wigin," I immediately found the Irish Higgins surname (Moreno castle and droplets), said to derive from "the word uiging, which is akin to the Norse word viking." Hmm, very good, for Nibelungs ruled also at the Vexen (Normandy), a term that I link to "viking." Can anyone imagine that "uiging" can modify to "Wig(ton)"? After all, "viking" was also "wicing." The English Wegg/Wagg Coat (with rings) has a resemblance to the Higgins Coat.
I didn't check to see what the Wegg/Wagg Crest was, and checking now, it turns out to be the A hand gauntletted. The Wayne metal gloves are said to be gauntlets. That's a shut case, O Lord O Judge. The Waynes (and Mackay-sept Vains/Veyns) were Hyksos, and at the root of Viking pirates, a "Sea Peoples" in a near-modern era. Compare "Veyn" with "viking," and know that no one in the world knows but you, and the Rosicrucians et-al.
The Waggen Coat uses swans and should therefore apply to the Cygnus Ligurians.
The Wiggins/Wiggens surname (from Radulfus filius Wigein of Leicestershire ) uses stars in the colors of the Vere star. The Coat is in Massey/Vere colors, but the stars are in Spree/Speer colors (helps to link the Wiggin spur to Sprees). I say the spur is a symbol of Ixion's Centaurs, and no doubt Nephele was among the Wiggins. Both Nobels of Rotterdam and Nevilles and use white on red, the Wiggens star colors. The Scottish-Nobel style lion was discussed yesterday: "Bill Clinton's true father was a Bryce. The Bryces, who look like Bruces, use a red lion design exactly that of the Garvey Crest. " AND, the Bryces also use white-on-red stars so as to link to the Higgens on that score too. (The Bryce Shield is a saltire in colors reversed from the Scottish Bruces/Bruises.)
Mythical Dido is sometimes regarded as historical Elissa, though that might be over-simplification. According to Justin (18.4-6), a king of Tyre whom Justin does not name, made his very beautiful daughter Elissa and son Pygmalion his joint heirs." PygMALion??? There is a Mali-like entity as king of Tyre. Was king Pygmalion the Amalekites that I envision from Tyre to Crete? The article then says: "Elissa married Acerbas her uncle who as priest of Hercules -- that is, Melqart --- was second in power to King Pygmalion" MELqart, of course. Melkart the Amalekite cult of Tyre. What a carte-blanche dodo I can be!
The article mentions UTICA near Tunisian Carthage, and I record it here as a possible Oeta entity, for I think the latter has to do with Homer's Odysseus myth (all about Mediterranean adventures/explorations of a Sea Peoples), and "he" lived at ITHACA. Oeta was where Hercules was made to commit suicide on a pyre (= funeral fire), with Poeas lighting it, and so read the same about Dido: "Dido has her sister Anna build her a pyre under the pretence of burning all that reminded her of Aeneas, including weapons and clothes that Aeneas had left behind..."
Anna smacks of Aenete, wife of Aeneus af Aenus, that tending to support the Heneti merger with Dido Tyrians at north Africa. Recall my trace of the Heneti yesterday to Djenne, Mali.
The same Wikipedia article reports that there was a city by the same name ("Qart-hadasht") as Carthage in Cyprus, and when clicking to the PygMalion article, "During Pygmalion's reign, Tyre seems to have shifted the heart of its trading empire from the Middle East to the Mediterranean, as can be judged from the building of new colonies including Kition on Cyprus, Sardinia (see Nora Stone [found on Sardinia] discussion below), and, according to tradition, Carthage. For the story surrounding the founding of Carthage, see Dido."
It appears that we should seek the historical identification of "Dido" in the Tyrian line of Pygmalion. "Pygmalion (also known as Pu'mayyaton) was king of Tyre from 831 to 785 BC and a son of King Mattan I (840-832 BC.... This was not long before Ezekiel painted (about 600 BC) a Tyrian king as Satan. king Mattan/Mittan smacks of the Mittani, and I traced (3rd and 4th updates of August) the Mittani of the AkhenAten cult (upper Egypt) to Tattons/Taytons and/or Tayts. Coincidence??? The Mittani of the Akhenaten cult from Tey, mother of Yuyu (= Gugu-like), father of Tiye.
Recalling now the Massi/Mattis surname of Piedmont, because king Mattan was son of Ba'l=mazzar (I did trace "Bell/Bellamy" to a Baal cult, and this was a Baal cult). These kings were of the house of ITHObalus, perhaps the Dido entity. The term also smacks of Utica and Ithaca, while "Dido" could be root to Homer's Odyss(eus)." INDEED, I now realize, for Odysseus was also "Ulysses," smacking of "Elissa"!! Gosh-ponders, I don't ever think I realized that before. Gosh-ponders, who woda tot? Homer was marking the Mediterranean routes of the "Didonians."
Ulysses was brought to the island of Circe, the Helios-related witch, and he also founded Latin realms i.e. the Biblical/Revelation dragon. That works, Satan in Tyre founded the Latins, even as Dido-myth had Trojan Aeneas founding Romans with Latin blood. In short, Aeneus was married to Ulysses/Odysseus, the latter depicting the line to Duttons/Tattons and perhaps Tates/Taytes.
In the 2nd update of September: "The 'Thincke and Thancke' motto of the Tate/Tayt Coat might link to Thinis, the place near Egyptian Abydos that Narmer ruled." That evokes the Thyne/Botvilles and related Tains/Thames...from Themis Amazons, in my opinion. These were traced yesterday to Mali's TIMbuktu/TUMbutu/THAMbet. The Tain/Thame (surname named after the Thames river, remember) stars are in colors reversed from the Wigton stars, which should be a family match because Tain was a Ross-shire capital before Dingwall was, the latter having a Dingwall surname using the Wiggin-Crest spur.
The topic has become a building snowball. I've become pretty good at recording the keys needed for later revelations as they come in by the help of just a few readers. Imagine what 100 historical scholars the world over could do with these keys. The revelation has been made sufficient to shame the cult that now rules the world. I don't know when the Three Spirit of Heaven will stop this living revelation, or where it's leading to yet.
The Ithobaal dynasty of Tyre started with a king by that name, who killed Phelles, the king of Tyre. As Ithobaal also had sway in Byblos, the Pamphylians and PAPHLagonians come to mind because one place to which I trace "Paphl" is "BYBLos." Recall too that "Paphl" was a variation of "Apollo," and that Apollo depicted the peoples of Abila/Abilene in northern Phoenicia, who became the Abydos cult. That should explain why Phelles was a son of the "the nurse of ABDastartus/Abt-Ashtart," king of Tyre.
It smacks of Narmer's Abydos cult removed to Tyre, and as Narmer was the father of King Scorpion, it should explain why Apollo was depicted as a scorpion at one point, and why Revelation 9 has Apollyon/Abaddon depicted as scorpions of the last days. Abd-Ashtart was a grandson of Hiram, the Biblical Tyrian king whom Freemasons worship.
Hiram's father was Abibaal, smacking of Abas of Argos (I identify both Abas and Apollo as Avvites). Therefore, I now have more reason to trace the locust destroyer of Revelation 9 to this Tyrian dynasty, and possibly to the Pamphylian-Paphlagonian entity that traces to the Heneti>Bavarian Illuminati...Aeneus et-al. Are you with me? Aeneas was the Tyrian line to Troy from the Tyrian dynasty that was taken over by the Ithobaal Tyrians that provided Dido elements in Carthage. That's why Aeneus and Dido were practically married in myth while enemies too. The Apollo>Aeneas branch went on to become the Romans.
Checking Iraq news, I saw World Bank Group President, Robert B. Zoellick, in one article. I found no Zoel Coats, but "Sollick" is registered under the Sellick Coat. "He was previously a managing director of Goldman Sachs."
Do Seleucids rule the world bank and other banks? Recently it was realized that HohenZOLLERNs were Solana members, and so why not also Sollicks? There is an Italian Zol Coat.
LOOK at what was just found to help prove that Zollerns were Sellicks: the Sollar surname first found in Herefordshire, where Sellicks/Sollicks were first found.
Maliki says that a government formation is within days, and he categorically rejects Allawi as president:
"Maliki, who is still more than 20 seats short of the 163-seat majority that he needs in parliament, looks almost certain to be the next prime minister, unless his main Shiite rival Adel Abdul Mehdi can muster enough votes.
...Maliki said [yesterday] that Allawi would not be Iraq's next president.
'The presidency is essentially spoken for,' says Maliki, referring to the Kurdish claim to the position currently held by Jalal Talabani..."
Instead, he says, they were offering Allawi the position of head of a powerful new body named the National Council for Strategic Studies, a decision-making body, as well as the position of speaker of parliament and a share of key ministries for members of Iraqiya.
Maliki says all the parties had rejected a proposal made to them by Vice President Biden in which Talabani would become a special ambassadorial envoy, Allawi would be named president, and Maliki would remain prime minister...
Maliki is speaking this way because he is courting the Kurds for their seats to join his, and by doing so he is dejecting Allawi's block. Allawi is at this time playing hard ball, saying he won't do anything in a government unless Maliki steps down as prime minister. We might assume that Allawi has spent the last few months planning a strategy to dethrone Maliki, and we may soon see it played out.
The emailer "Pots" has shared a time line in his possession (can't be shared with you unless formatted as a webpage) on the Macey/Mascy surname. He has it descending from a Belleme clan in Perche, Normandy, all of them named William or Yves until William de la Ferte Mace, of Ferte Mace. Normandy (born 1030). In this we see that Maceys were purely Bellamys, but born in Ferte Mace.
I would say that the location became "Mace" due to close proximity to Macey in Manche, where Pegasus-using (i.e. Medusa-Gorgon-related) Maceys/Masseys were from, who did in fact move to Cheshire. Later in this update we're going to bump into a theory that Perche was itself named after Medusa-Gorgon elements.
The above Williams's father was William Talvas Belleme, a term smacking of "Talbot/Tallebois."
We are about to read that Mascys were not Normans but something else from Brittany, and I say they were Amazons and Gorgons from north Africa removed to Brittany, evoking the Alans of that place. To that picture I'll add that on Pots' timeline, he has William Talvas Belleme as the duke of ALENcon. Later we'll see that Alancons merged with Perches and Beaumonts so that the Beaumont Danes, from the Harcourts, are suspect as the so-called "black Danes." Harcourts were from a location of that name in Calvados, (where the Cheshire Meschins originated). I'm inserting this paragraph after writing the update below, where I ask whether temp-like motto terms (Harcourts use "temps") are code for Templars.
As per the suspicion that Molines were from "Mali" elements, I entered "Mallin" to find the "savage" symbol wearing with a Masonic-like "apron" The Mallins were first in BURGundy, which place is suspect as the root of the Burgs. The moline cross, in colors reversed from the one used by French Burgs (these Burgs were first in Languedoc, near/beside Burgundy), is used by the Marets/Demarais'/Marescs, i.e. a Drummond or Drummond-related clan tracing to Themis Amazons. Later, when I ask where "Templar" originated, Themis-like terms are at topic. The Marets above use scallops in Meschin-scallop colors over their moline cross.
We read yesterday that Baphomet was "the Goat of Mendes," the "Greek name for Djedet, Egypt." I failed to see until now how "Djedet" reflects mythical Dido, suggesting that Dido elements from Tyre included Mandesians from Mendes, and led to the Mende peoples in Djenne, Mali. This is a viable theory as per the/my suspicion that these Mand terms were of Manto, daughter of Tiresias, himself a code for Tyrians of Tyrus.
The William de la Ferte Mace above married Muriel de Contville. On this I have the comment that an online webpage (aside from the one below) revealed the Contvilles as Burgos, from John de Burgos; if memory serves me well, John was the father of Herluin de Contville, the one who married the Conqueror's mother (he did not father the Conqueror).
Muriel above was step-sister to the Conqueror because she was daughter to Herluin above, who is Herluin de Burgo Contville in that genealogy. Note that Muriel's grandmother was Doda. I have never visited that subject, but it comes the day after I traced Masseys to mythical Dido.
Apparently, the Dido entity from Carthage was in the line to the Conqueror's mother, daughter of Fulbert the "tanner of Falaise." Yet I think this was the case because the Conqueror's Rollo line before him had already merged with Moors.
The Moline surname was from Fallais elements: "First found in at Dartington, in Devon, as well as twenty-nine other lordships throughout England. William of Moulins, Sire de Falaise, Lord of Moulins in 1030, in Normandy..." That date was before the Conqueror's victory in England in 1066. One gets the impression that Moulins were part of the Conqueror's Claro bloodline.
When one enters "Perche," a double red chevron on white appears, which could link to the Dutch "Burgs/Burghs," for they use a triple red chevron on gold...the Clare-of-Pembroke symbol. I trace "Pembroke" to "Bamberg (Germany) and/or Bamburgh (Scotland), wherefore recall from two days ago that "Bamberg" elements were traced to Bambara peoples in Mali, for you're about to see something sharply to the point on a Mascy trace to Mali.
It's easy top spot the Masci fleur-de-lys in the Berch Coat, and the Mackesy green snake in the Crest...which I would link to the green snake used by the Viscontis of MILAN. The Visconti snake, with infant in mouth, smacks of the child-sacrificing cult of Carthage. I had not long ago entertained a VisCONTI link to CONTvilles/Burgs.
The Italian Milan surname was first found Messina (Sicily), which is traced (by others too) to Messene of Greece, where Modon/Methoni was situated to which I trace the Mittani Hurrians. Recall from yesterday that princess Dido was from the dynasty of king Mattan/Mittan. He was a son of Ba'l=mazzar, the latter term smacking of "Belleme," but even more-so the "Belmeis" spelling.
As you can see a tree stump on the Milan Coat, so the Stubbings were a Stewart branch named after tree stumps (it might have been the reverse, Stubbings using a stub=stump as symbol), making the Stubb surname suspect as named after the same. Here's the Stubb write-up:
"There are elaborate accounts of this family's descent from Belmeis or Beaumeis from Beaumeis-Sur-Dive from Calvados in Normandy through Richard Belmeis, the founder of the family, who was a follower of Roger de Montogomery who was Sheriff of Shropshire and later Bishop of London, about 1100."
Note the pheons uses in the Stubb Coat, for we are about to see the same in a Mascy-related clan that was surely from Mali.
Again, it can be established that Massino Visconti, the Piedmont area in Italy ruled by Viscontis, links to the Massi/Matt surname of Piedmont, the Coat of whom I traced to the Stewart Coat, wherefore I traced the Massi/Matts to proto-Stewarts in Brittany, where the Mascys and Masseys are said to have been before moving to Normandy.
If Belmeis (Bell-Massey?) and Meshwesh>Masseys were both named after Tyrian king, Baal-Mazzar, then one can see that the Massis/Matts of Piedmont could have been named after elements of his son, Mattan/Mittan. And the first appearance of the Milan surname in Messina is telling to that end (as though the Mattan/Mittan>Meshwesh Tyrians>Carthaginians joined Mali elements), but then there is also the city of Mantua near Milan, smacking on the Mande peoples of Mali. Mythical Manto is said (by others too) to have founded Mantua, wherefore we expect Tiresias Tyrians there too.
As dragon-cult Veres trace themselves to Mittani Hurrians, this possible Mittani line from king Mittan to Piedmont's Massino region/surname might just be the Vere line, especially as "Vere" smacks of "Everes," father of Tiresias. I identified Everes as Mando-branch Avars, and this could indeed trace Veres to European Avars (not to mention that European Avars might all have been from Everes-branch Tyrians) . But mythical Everes is now also suspect as the root of the Varni and/or Varangians.
We're keeping in mind that Tiresias was a fundamental Hyksos peoples out of Avaris (Hyksos capital in Egypt), and that while Hyksos were dubbed, "Shepherd Kings," Everes was portrayed as a shepherd seer, all smacking of the ram/lamb/fleece cult to Pelops>Atreus. The latter Heneti entity has already been traced, as per Mysian/Amazon elements of Aeneas, to the Meshwesh.
In Pots' timeline, there is a Hugh Macey (born 1060) listed after William de la Ferte, suggesting that the surname was first Mace and then Macey. The next variation comes with Hamon de Mascy I, born in Dunham, Cheshire (1076). The timeline mentions Bowden, a location ruled by Hamon de Mascys. I had dealt with this and Ferte-Mace introductory discussion in the 1st and 2nd updates of March, but I don't know whether I was placing Bower/Bauer emphasis on the Bowden location at that time.
The Bowden surname (first in Cheshire) shows a Boden variation as per the location of their Normandy origin. My gut tells me to guess that the Bodins were the namers of the Po river, i.e. its variation Bodencus, for Italian Mascis (interior Liguria) were at/near the source of the Po. It was after having that inspiration that I found the English Boden/Bodinsus Coat using a swan in the Crest. It looks like I was correct on that guess.
Note the "Auden" motto term of the Bodens, and that the CUMBRian Audens/Altens use crescents (Saracen symbol) and were first found in WestMOREland.
The Scottish Milan/Mulin write-up possibly shows signs of "TimBUKtu" in the BUCHanan clan:
"However, the Origins of the [MacMillan/MacMullen] clan have been shrouded in uncertainty, largely as a result of historians of the Clan Buchanan, and their insistence that both Clans have a common ancestry. Buchanan of Auchmar says that the MacMillans are descended from Methlan, second son of Anselan, a Buchanan Chief of the thirteenth century."
METHlan? Perhaps the English Meth Coat (mullets again), like the Arms of Trebizond Empire, applies.
The Buchanan Coat shows the black-on-gold lion (with Fleming double border in black) of the Millans/Mullens. We can ask if Buchans were Bogans, and whether Bogans and Fuggers trace to Timbuktu elements as well.
The "Miseris" motto term of the Millans/Mullens might be code for Ball-Maazar. It was shown in the past that the Italian Massar surname, in Mackesy-snake colors, uses a border like that of this other Mackesy Coat. And I suggested that the "me lie" motto phrase of the Mackesys was code for "meli," but may not have seen "Mali" at that time.
The Millan/Mullen write-up goes on to say: "First found in at Tayside, where in 1263 Cilleonan MacMolan appears on documents. They arrived in Strathtay from the lands in Loch Arkaig...Later, about 1350, the Camerons, who had changed their name to Chalmers, drove them from their Strathtay territories." "Tayside" smacks of historical Tiye and Tey of the Mittani clan in Egypt, which should trace to the Dido entity in Tyre, i.e. king Mattan/Mittan, thus suggesting that TAYside was linked to Tattons/Taytons, who used red crescents, the symbol also of the Stath Coat (i.e. possibly from the Strathtay above).
Next on the timeline, Pots has this quote under 1092 AD: "William II [son of the Conqueror] visited Dunham - goes hunting with De Mascy and De Venables on land in the Wirrall (Ullerton?) - Reward - grants land directly to De Mascy - Namely Pontington (now called Puddington)" The Puddington surname is registered under the Massey/Macey Coat .
The point is, the closeness of the Mascys to the Conqueror's line, and the fact that Mascys and Meschins were powerful enough to rebel against that line in seeking the English throne. Pots' timeline makes brief mention of this with "Battle of Lincoln lead by Ranulf [le Meschin] earl of Chester on behalf of Matilda" and "Uprising against Henry II - Hugh de Kevlioc [son of Ranulf le Meschin] sides against Henry II as did Hamon de Mascy." (Henry was a descendant of the Conqueror.)
After a couple more Mascys, including Hamon de Mascy II, we come to a Godfrey Meysey. There is a Meysey Coat with Maisy/Maisie variation, thus clinching my trace of the cartoon character, Maisy Mouse (see 6th update April), to the Massey clan.
The Meysey write-up is interesting: "Meysy is a place-name from at Meisi in Calvados, Normandy. However, the family is traditionally considered Breton, not Norman.". If Meyseys were from Brittany, why not Mascys et-al???
I trace Masseys to Sicily by way of the Meschin scallop symbol, which I think was code for mythical Scylla, the monster of Sicily that was loved by Glaucus. I traced the latter to Gloucestershire, wherefore note the rest of the Meysey write-up:
"First found in Gloucestershire where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manors of Hampton Meysey and Marston Meysey. Family tradition states that the Meysey family was from Brittany and that they accompanied William the Conqueror in his conquest of England at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 A.D."
NOW, I identified one of the two serpents entwined on Hermes' caduceus rod as mythical Glaucus long before I came to the Viscontis. While "Glaucus" is said/thought to be derived in "green" or "blue-green," we can't ignore the green Mackesy snake, or that the Viscontis used a green snake originally but then changed to a blue snake. Nor can we ignore that the Milan surname was in Messina, for the Scylla monster was there too, wherefore the Glaucus entity was there. AND, it just so happens that the Hermes caduceus was a symbol also of Tiresias.
Pots' timeline then mentions Ranulf le Meschin (his family from Calvados) , but doesn't show how he was related to the Meisi or Mascys or any such name. Drats, for I still don't know. At this point, Hamon de Mascy III was born (1125), like the others before him, in Dunham Mascy. In line 1150 AD: "Hamon de Mascy 3rd Baron Dunham builds Birkenhead Priory" BIRKEN. It should be the Burgs again, and I do see that the Birken variation reflects "Burgun(dy) not bad. German Birkens/Birches (red chevron, as with the Perches and Burgs) were first found in Bohemia, the place to which I traced the ancestry of Ranulph le Meschin and their home in the Bessin.
With "Perches," the god Perkunos comes to mind, who I traced to "Verkana," modern Gorgan, the home of Gorgons in the Parthian/Iranian theater. That's where I traced mythical Perseus. I'll mention Perkunos below when I get to a trace of the Masseys to the Medusa Gorgons. Wikipedia links Perkunos to Tarhunt and/or the wheel god (eight spokes), Taranis. These could be of Tuareg Amazons, especially as Tuaregs were Berbers due south of Spain while Taranis was worshiped in Spain. Note that the wheel was an Ixion/Hyksos symbol while "Tuar(eg)" could have been an "Avar(is)" fronted with a 'T'. Wikipedia lumps Taranis with Esus, the god of the tree stump, and with Toutates/Teutatis, a Dido/Tatton/Dutton-like term. The Piedmont capital, Turin, comes to mind.
On line 1181: "Hugh de Kevlioc [son of Ranulph le Meschin] dies - Ranulf de Blondeville becomes 6th Earl of Chester" There is a Blondeville Coat (red chevron again), surname first in Norfolk; I note the German-Fulk wings in the Blondeville Crest, and that Fulkes/Folks (= Shakespeares) of England were likewise first found in Norfolk. Blondevilles were linked to Fulks, I'm convinced.
There is an alternative Blondville (without the 'e') Coat (uses bell pattern called "vair"). The Blondvilles were from Blundeville, near Pont l'Eveque (Normandy). The Sinclair write-up: "They were originally from St Clare, Pont d'Eveque, Normandy.". Entering "Blund" brings up the Blonde Coat with "Tua" motto term smacking of the Tuareg (not "Taureg") Berbers.
There is an English Blonde Coat (first in Suffolk) using the Italian Marina/Marino "waves" that had been linked solidly to the Drummond clan of Damory/MOREncy. These were the Mauritanians among the Rollo Rus. If Blondvilles also trace to Mauritanians, then their Fulk falcon wings would appear to trace to the Horus falcon, symbol for the all-seeing Illuminati eye of the Buto and Bast cults...carried forward by Hyksos.
The Blondes were Blounts and Blunts too, not necessarily named after blonde hair. Blondes trace " Rudolph, Count of Guisnes," That's a possible Gos/Gois, the surname of Ranulph le Meschin's mother. If the Blondes were Mascys, while Guisnes' were Gos', then Ranulph's mother would have been a Mascy, thus telling how he got his Meschin name. (I recall that Veres traced themselves to Guisnes, and that they consider the term the same as "Guine" (= Gunn surname using Vere stars).
On line 1210 AD, there's a Hamos de Mascy, and Pots writes: "(Note: still Masci not Massey) ." But we don't know whether Masseys came first, though in Normandy rather than in Cheshire. On line 1212, he lists the birth of Hamon de Mascy V, born in Dunham Mascy.
Then it gets Arthur-cult interesting. On line 1212, a Roger de Meysey held a Marsten of Wiltshire, smacking of Marton in Cheshire, and on line 1231 we see the Merlin/Myrddin bloodline again: "Mershtone first becomes known as Merston Meysy" Entering "Merston" brings up the Murton/Merton Coat, same style as the French Meret/Demery/MERIC Coat. We saw this same style on the Danish Bauer Coat, which I'm pointing out beforehand for a reason below. Merstons/Murtons were first found in Devon, in the Cornwall theater, playing into the Pendragons below, who were first in Cornwall.
Then on line 1233, we come, yes, to a Pendragon family branch: "Robert de Meysey receives land of Penyton, Hampshire from King (land becomes known as Penyngton Meysy now called Penton Mewsey)" This is ground bingo. I recall tracing the Pendragon cult to Hampshire's ATRebates, as per Arda and the ATReus bloodline on the Hebros river (in ODRysia). But that's not the bingo part.
The Pennyton Coat (first found in Norfolk too) not only uses a Shield like the Pendragon Shield, but blue roundels like the Danish Bauers. AND, the "Malo mori" motto phrase can't be coincidental. . It suggests that Pendragons were Mauritanians of Mali, same as the Mascys.
Penders were first in Cheshire, suggesting their link to Pennytons/Pentons. Irish Penders were also Pendergast and Pendergrass, which seems to link well to the Pendreigh variation of the Pendragons.
Pentons (stars in colors reversed from Wigton stars) are interesting because I had traced Pendragons to the Pagan/Payan/Paian surname (a founding surname of the original Templars). The Penton motto includes, "pugnun," you see (but also "Firmius").
The symbol in the Penton Crest is officially a "pheon," which reflects "Payen" very much. Pheons are used also in the Pennyton Coat, and these could have been symbols for the Paeoni, of Greece, who I think were the Poeni, the latter being the Phoenician Sea Peoples of the Punic empire (= Carthage et-al). Thus I've traced Pendragons in the past to Phoenicians, but never to Mali and/or Mauritania as I think I'm doing now.
Payens use pierced Zionists stars called "mullets," which we saw yesterday too in the Sellick and Wigton discussion. Then there are the Knights of MALTa. Then there are the Irish legends tracing the Irish to MILETus (Caria) by way of a mythical Scythian character of that name coming from Egypt and across north Africa. These were the Heber Irish that I easily spot as a branch of Hyksos Hebrews. I would not be opposed, therefore, to a Melitus>Mali link. Note that the Arthur surname arises out of Ireland.
On Pots' line 1330, the first instance of "Macey" occurs, but also "William Massy of Nottinghamshire recorded as first example of 'Massy' spelling". On 1332, a John Macey, born in TIMperley, possible from TIMbuktu's Mali elements. On another page from Pots, a Richard Massy acquired Timperley lands from "Hamon de Mascy of Dunham Massey"). There is a Timperly/Temperley Coat, surname first found in Cheshire, and the term is suspect as the root of "Templar."
I've just learned from that brainstorm that the Temple surname was also first found in Cheshire! The write-up traces to Cheshire rulers before the Conqueror/Meschins arrived:
"First found in Cheshire where they held a family seat from very ancient times, and said to be descended from Leofric, the Saxon Earl of Chester, who died in 1057 before the Conquest. He left issue, Algar, Earl of Mercia and East Anglia, and the son Henry who obtained land from Robert, Earl of Leicester in the form of the Manor of Temple in Leicestershire. One line of this name claim Burton Dassett, Warwickshire as their ancestral home."
That's got to be part of the Meschin link to Ligurians of Leicestershire that I've insisted upon. That again suggests traces to the Massi and Masci of Piedmont, or whoever they were before taking on those surnames. The Dasset surname, said to be Saxon, uses horizontal martlets that link to Merlin, and I note the unusual heraldry color scheme of red with black (too devilish/warlocky for most clans), used also by the Timperley Coat and the German Birken/Berch Coat.
On 1349: "John de Meysey gifted Cleobury Mortimer..." Over and over, Mauritanians and Moors. Recalling from yesterday that Sellicks of Herefordshire were merged with Wigtons and other Hyksos, see the Mortimer write-up: "Sire de Mortimer was a leader of the army of Duke William and helped defeat the French in 1054. His son Roger de Mortimer was a leader at the Battle of Hastings and was granted a great barony for his efforts. From him, descended the Lords Mortimer of Wigmore, Earls of March." WIG-MORE.
The Wigmore surname (greyhounds) was first in Herefordshire too. Recall that Timbuktu was also "Thambet." Now let's read the Wigmore write-up: "First found in Herefordshire where they held a family seat from very ancient times, where conjecturally they descend from Ralph de Mortimer, who built Wigmore Castle c. 1070 on the River Teme in that shire." Teme? Is that the secret root of "Templar." The Thame Coat: stars in colors reversed from the Wigton stars.
It occurs to me that greyhounds may be symbols of the mythical Graeae, who were one-eyed (Gorgon symbol) sisters to the Gorgon hags of north Africa. The Graeae, two of them named Deino and Persis, were clearly from Danaans of Perseus>Argos elements. Their father was made Phorkys, smacking of Perkunos/Perkunas, a Scandinavian sky god like Thor. I've noted that while the Perkins Coat uses "Simplex," the Berches use "simplicitate."
This Alancon genealogy shows the Alancons merging with Perche, where Bellamys lived, and even has a Perche marrying a Beaumont, if that helps to clinch the Bellamy=Beaumont equation. In generation three, we see a MORTagne coming into the family, and we can't get much more Mauritanian than "Mortain." The Mortaine Coat uses goats, which is Edom-goat interesting because the Mortagne above married Warin of DOMfort. Apparently, they were from Domfront, Normandy.
In generation five, the Doms give birth to a son (Geoffrey) who married Beatrice of MontDIDier, of Montdidier in Picardy. That's a possibly Dido-Carthaginian locale. There is a Didier surname with similar variations, first found in Languedoc (i.e. in the Carthage-empire theater), and it used the Moreno/Moratin castle! There's an alternative Didier Coat with a symbol I've not seen before. It uses a star in Wigton-star colors. Some of the variations look like fodder for creating "Tayt."
Geoffrey above had a daughter who married an Aigle, and if the Aigle Coat applies, then as it seems to be a variation of the Savage Coat, it appears that Aigles were a branch of Saracens like the Savages (of Cheshire).
There is a Dayd Coat reflecting the Deydier, Daydier, Deydiez, Daydiez, and Daydie variations of the Didiers. The Dayd Chief is green, the color of Ireland yes, but also of Libya and much of the Saracen-Muslim world. The surname is said to be a form of "David" and "Davitt," but the SAVIDge variation was trace-able to the Welsh "David" because both Davids and Savages use black lions on white. And for other reasons that I don't trace the Welsh Davids to any David entity, they could have been from these Didiers, the Dido Carthaginians.
Just because we may be descendants of these surnames in no way makes us connected to the witchy cults that they brought to the world. In the end times, we expect their darkest dogmas to pumped into the education pool of the global village. Christians cannot escape it wholly because the public is not being informed that it's happening by design of globalists. Christians understand well that it's happening, however, but do not know the full extent, and so their lives become shaded by what the world dishes out to them in the way of styles, fashions, fads, and the general flow of life.
Everything has been set up to make the worker happy and the boss rich, for long ago the brutal empire builders realized that it was better to let the war prisoners live, and to make them slaves of the empire, workers who pays taxes, and later they realized that, the healthier and happier the worker, the more taxes they would bring in, and the richer the bosses would become. Americans have been made proud of their material bounty acquired by the hard-work ethic, and Christians may not realize that this work ethic, while Biblical to a degree, is a tool of globalist bosses. That's just one example of how we are being used. The good news, God will give all the products of wealth to His people.
Speaking of the Kouchner surname in this update, and linking it to swan-depicted Gogi from Liguria's Hyksos, I should share that the surname is involved in the Israeli peace talks:
"French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner [today] said that he could not rule out the possibility of the UN Security Council creating a Palestinian state, AFP cited from an interview by Palestinian paper al-Ayyam.
Kouchner reportedly told al-Ayyam that France preferred a two-state solution negotiated between the Palestinian Authority and Israel but that a UN-brokered resolution to the decades-long conflict remained a possibility.
'The international community cannot be satisfied with a prolonged deadlock. I therefore believe that one cannot rule out in principle the Security Council option,' he was cited by AFP as saying.
Kouchner as called for the European Union, the Palestinian Authority's largest donor, to play a more active role in the peace talks.
PA negotiator Saeb Erekat [today] said that the Palestinian side was deciding whether or not to seek international recognition of the Palestinian territories if a Palestinian state within 1967 boundaries was not recognized by Israel as a result of the talks, in an al-Arabiya interview cited by Israel Radio."
There are global forces shaped like frogs wanting to strong-arm Netanyahu's resistance.
There's nothing much developed today, as far as the news reports, in Iraq.
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