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In the video below, Eric D. Miller is a judge that Trump, I think, has just nominated to the liberal Ninth Circuit. It turns out that he's a partner of Perkins Coie, the legal office at the heart of the FISA scandal. Is Trump not aware of this connection to corrupt Democrats?
Miller's Wikipedia article may reveal that he's a conservative: "Upon graduation from law school, Miller served as a law clerk to Judge Laurence Silberman of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and later to Associate Justice Clarence Thomas of the Supreme Court of the United States...Miller joined Perkins Coie in 2012. He is currently a partner in the Seattle office and serves as the firm-wide chair of Perkins Coie's appellate practice." Thomas is a conservative. Silberman is in the video above as working on a/the FISA Review Board. This could really stink on Trump's part. The Wikipedia article shows that Trump wants Miller badly, or at least someone on his team wants him badly:
On July 13, 2018, President Trump announced his intent to nominate Miller to serve as a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit...On October 24, 2018, a hearing on his nomination was held before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
On January 3, 2019, his nomination was returned to the President under Rule XXXI, Paragraph 6 of the United States Senate. On January 23, 2019, President Trump announced his intent to renominate Miller for a federal judgeship. His nomination was sent to the Senate later that day. On February 7, 2019, his nomination was reported out of committee [this was good for Miller] by a 12–10 vote. His nomination is currently pending before the full United States Senate.
I have no idea why the nomination failed at first. One would think that this questionable issue would make Hannity, at least, at Fox. Miller's court cases are available for anyone to check out, to see whose side of the political spectrum he's on; I haven't the time.
I would like you to go to 17:05 of the Truthification Chronicles video above, to see that Miller is being asked, on official paper as part of his nomination process, whether he believes that Roe-v-Wade is written forever in concrete as a law, or whether he's willing to abandon it? We now see why all judicial nominees talk the same talk, in their congressional hearings, on abortion, because they need to agree not to abandon Roe-v-Wade before they get nominated. That's what it looks like to me. That's the United States of Cesspool for you. That's the devil's scum in the legal system. Where the paper asks Miller if Roe-v-Wade is settled law, he answers, simply, yes. So, Miller is a piece of garbage after all, the willing servant of the Masons. I would like to see how many nominees said "no" to the question above who were in fact nominated?
My best shot at why McCabe came out with a criminal confession on 60 Minutes is that he knew he was going to be caught, anyway, and so he concocted his own story on why he partook in the overthrow of a president. He was trying to justify it even while throwing Rosenstein and Comey under the bus. But he has not given any reason to justify his stated belief that Trump was in deep partnership with Putin to take the election from Hillary, or anything of that Russian nature after he became the president. If the issue was so serious, why did he and the others hide it for two years? The only reason he's admitting it now is because he's been caught. However, soon after the 60 Minutes show aired, he retracted his confession on the 25th-amendment plot, no doubt from someone(s) pressure.
If Trump was truly working for Putin, the 25th amendment is not the route to take. It allows the replacing of a president only if he's mentally unsound or too sick, not if he's working out some corruption. If he was working secretly with Putin, then the FBI / CIA was required to begin impeachment proceedings through congress. It was required to inform the people of Trump's corruption, but, as you have seen, they did not inform the people of any specific thing, nor the congress, but eventually merely claimed that some unidentified corruption existed. That's a frame job, and a very poor one, since they don't have the nerve to go ahead and reveal their concocted evidence against him. It all blew up in their face when it was learned that Hillary and the DNC paid Perkins Coie to bring the president down. Hillary was hoping to annul the presidential victory as soon as possible so that she could become the president, how utterly desperate to become the ultimate power house.
It's now clear that when there were serious reports to convince the country of Trump's mentally unstable, it was from deep state "news releases" from the Rosenstein circle seeking to make good its 25th-amendment strategy.
Deeps state: "Watch us admit on national television that we launched a coup on the president, and watch us get away with it without a backlash. We rule. We can we what we please."
Why is anyone interested in McCabe when he wasn't doing it for himself, but because he knew the Clintons expected it of him. It's the Clintons that need to be persecuted and prosecuted for this.
If I were the president, I would require from the DoJ all the pertinent documents on all the scandals, and I would not permit them to pile the documents in order to hand them in all once 12 or 16 or 20 months later. I would direct the DoJ to start putting papers on my desk immediately, as they are found, from week to week, and I would have my people pour over them in an appropriate, safe way, to pull out all knock-out pieces, to set them aside for my reading, and I would then reveal to the people all the corruption. This is exactly what the Trump Skunk has refused to do. It's not that he hasn't thought of it, it's that he's decided not to do it. He has stunk up his own White House on this matter, yet it's worse than even that alone, because while he refuses to do the right thing, he almost-daily pretends to oppose and despise McCabe and company. The president is a disgusting farce, believe it. Here's a pretty face with a job well done on McCabe's current status, if you care to hear it:
The McCabe story at this time may be just the typical commitment of the deep state to provide news networks with juicy news that goes nowhere. As the lady above says, all the right questions were not asked of McCabe, because the show is mere theater, prepared / arranged beforehand. In return, the deep state has the door open to let its "press releases" out as they need them. This McCabe story is going nowhere. It's unbelievable that even the Republican side congress is not outraged at what he said, probably because the insiders let word out that this is mere juice for the masses. It happens just like this, over and over again. The plot thickens, and thickens, and thickens, but nothing happens that's expected in a normal world. It all looks like theater, and Trump is playing his part. He is definitely playing the part of releasing juice but allowing nothing to happen. I seek what God is doing versus what the deep state is doing. Remember, the deep-state pawn, the NY Times, had previously put out what McCabe said last week. They put out a dire scenario with just the right tricky-dicky words that can be followed by a remedy. Nothing happens, except that readers keep checking the news to see what happens next. I happen to be trapped in this quagmire because I suspect that God might do something perfect. When He does it, it's sheer perfection.
I added some material on Monday and Tuesday late in the last update that you may have missed, and that I'd like to repeat here for those who may not have had the time to finish it. If you've read this long quote after last Tuesday, just skip it here. It comes as per the last update convincing me that a dream with spider and fly was indeed God's pointer to Eliot Spitzer ("spider"-like surname):
I have told this many times before, that directly across the street from our Gormley home there lived the Elliots (Simon Graff was one house over). My first crack at deciphering "spider" was with "Spitzer," and when I searched online for a possible, relevant Spitzer, I came only to Eliot Spitzer of New York...I still do not know what it means that I blocked the spider from catching the fly, but I should repeat here that the fly in the Drake motto is code for Mosca's. The Drake motto translates, "fly-catcher." ("Aquila non captat muscas. Motto Translation: The eagle is no fly-catcher.")...
[Insert -- I was amazed that I was able to finish the spellcheck and upload this update by noon, for I was running late. It was 12:00 exactly when it was uploaded. Now, at 12:03, with the Plocks loaded on my browser, and wondering how they could fit into the spider-fly dream, since Plocks share the Joseph martlets expected with Flys, I recalled my routine link of Plocks to Blocks, which recalled what was said above, "I BLOCKed the spider from catching the fly." You can see how this related to Drake's too. Emailer Pollock told me that a daughter or granddaughter (whom she called, Lady Rothes) of the first Pollock (Peter), who lived at/near Paisley, married Watsons, and this checks out where English Watsons share the chevron of English Blocks (share Paisley roses) while the latter share black martlets with Plocks. Moreover, English Blocks share the tree stump with Scottish Watsons [there are no exclamation marks to represent the importance of this find, but it really is huge for proving that the dream is from God, and exposing one facet of the dream].
That leaves a mystery: why would God place Pollocks in the middle of the spider and fly? Is it only to indicate that Pollocks were from Joseph Caiaphas, or is there more to it? As I said, the Jewish general, Josephus, who claimed in his history works to be from Israeli priests, betrayed the Jews and went over to Titus and Vespasian, and that's how he adopted the name, Flavius. The Flys are said to be from Flavian. There is no mistake here. Now we know partly why God caused me to block the spider's path, but why is the spider in with the Josephus picture?
Spitzers use hills. Hills (Worcestershire, same as Watson-branch Watts) use the tower of Dol-area Plunketts, and Peter Pollock's father was a vassal of the Dol Alans. Plocks, you will be amazed, have this write-up: "Plucknett is of Norman-French origin and derives from the name PLUNKET...Alan de Plugenet (died 1299), an English Baron, son of Alan de Plugenet. His family was settled at Preston Pluchenet in Somerset. He fought on the king's side in the barons' war, and was rewarded in 1265 with the manor of HASELberg, Northamptonshire..." It explains why Watsons share the HAZEL crescents [leaves little doubt on whether Plocks were Pollocks], in the colors of the sleeping Roet / Karen crescent. The write-up speaks on another Haselberg...in Somerset, where Webbers were first found, and Hazels have a version of the Weaver fesse.
There you have absolute proof that my wild guess in deciphering the spider with Spitzers was correct. Haselburg is in the same area as Cabbage's, the latter beloved of the "cabbage leaves" of Hazel-like House's. I have read the description of the French PLANQUE's/Plants; they use cabbages, yup. You can check it out for yourself, that Plants are also Plantagenets, and that Geoffrey Plantagenet was a Fulk, and that Fulks trace themselves to a Tertullus. No mistake, it means that Plocks are out of their minds to trace Plunketts to "blanket." Go ahead, laugh at your simpleton family historians, who tell lies while acting professional.
Plunketts were not named after blankets, but descend from PLANCia Magna, whose husband, Tertullus, is very traceable Tertulla, wife of Flavius PETRO and grandmother of Vespasian. Plancia's father was a Galatian, as was Julia Polla, and the latter looks very related, therefore, to Vespasia Polla (the proto-Pollock), mother of Vespasian. This dream has been so well deciphered here, I can imagine doubters thinking that I concocted it. But you cannot find Spitzers in my files prior to the dream. Without Spitzers, this clickety-click revelation doesn't work.
I have told before that I threw a party in Gormley for my fellow workers at Knob Hill Farms. On that night, someone dipped into the pool of the Elliots across the road, after I took them out to it. The Pools share the Rita lion and thus trace to Vespasia Polla. It now appears that God provided that pool in the first place, and then set up the event above, in order to point to Eliot Spitzer. Only he and his fellow criminals may know why.
His Troopergate scandal is much like the FISA scandal, where he ordered the police to keep tabs on a Republican opponent, Joseph Bruno. There is even a Troop surname first found in Banffshire, smack beside Rothes castle of Peter Pollock. The border of Banffshire appears to be the Spey river, and one can see Rothes on this map at the west edge of the Spey. The Speers, first found in Renfrewshire with Pollocks and Glasgow, are also SPEYers. To the direct east of Rothes, there is shown a Glass location. Wikipedia's Rothes article: "At the south end of the village lie the remains of Rothes Castle (57.5252°N 3.2092°W), built on a hill by Peter de Pollok..."
The Poole location is near the mouth of the Stur river, and while Sturs are Styre's too, Spitzers were first found in Styria. One can see how a Spey surname could also be, Speigh, and it just so happens that there is a Spitz-like Spate/Speight surname (blue jay) with a version if the Hill Coat, though more like the Craig Coat. Spate's/Speighs use two motto terms of Chives', the latter first found in Tarves to the east side of Banffshire.
Recall my telling that I had a fear (terrible) of spiders ever since seeing one as a child. That was at my home on Jay street, and so let's add that Jays are highly suspect with the bend of Jewish Pollocks because the Jewish Rothchilds (no 's') use the Jay bend-with-roses, and Rose's lived very near Rothes castle (these Rose's look like a Rothes branch). There seems to be a little tell-tale here that links the spider at Jay street to the Spate/Speight jay, in which case God was pointing to Eliot Spitzer as early as my sixth or seventh year. There was a bedwetting event in my 6th year that pointed to Podesta's suspected involvement with the killing of judge Scalia. The spider at Jay was at the front corner of the house, and Corners/Garners were first found in RUTland with Watsons.
Rose's were first found at Nairn, and Nairns have a vertically-split Shield in colors reversed from the same of Sprows'/Spruce's, a possible Spey-river branch of the Spree kind. Simple's were first found in Renfrewshire with Speers/Speyers, and Spree's (in Roseland of Cornwall) use a "simple" motto term, suspect with the "Simplex" of Plancia-liner Perkins. Online: "...Julia Tertulla, a close relative of Plancia Magna, married Lucius Julius Marinus Caecilius SIMPLEX." BE AMAZED, for while God would want to point to Perkins COIE and Hillary Rodham Clinton at this time, COYs share the pheons of Spate's/Speights!!! And the Jay / Rothchild / Pollock bend is shared by Rodhams!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If I recall correctly, Nairns use a chaplet while Chaplets use swans in the colors of the giant swan once shown by French Josephs. That swan was changed to a giant martlet in the same colors, which is the Plock martlet.
Hold on to your sprigs of broom, for Geoffrey Plantagenet was given that symbol, and Brooms/Brome's do use sprigs of broom. The Spriggs/Spraggs shoe ROSE leaves, and can therefore be from a surname like the Spray variation of Spree's of Roseland. There is a Roseland surname with Roslins, and they have square buckles, and there is a Buckle location near the mouth of the Spey. As Sinclairs lived at Roslin, let's repeat that the Sinclair cross is likely used by the Rats/raids of Nairnshire i.e. where Rose's were first found. Therefore, Spree's and Speers/Speyers are Spey-river liners, and with Spriggs suspect with them. Roseland is said to be at Powder (Cornwall), and Pouters/Pewters, with possibly a version of the Sprows/Spruce Coat, were first found in Cornwall, thus tending to link the Sprows/Spruce Shield with that of Nairns.
Sprows/Spruce's are Dutch, as are the Puttins that can be of the Putter variation of Pouters. Then, when we go to English Puttens, and share the same stars as Elgins and the same fesse as Spate's/Speights.
Watch this. CRAIGs (version of the Spate/Speight Coat), who trace very well to Proculus CHARAX, were first found in Aberdeenshire with Tarves, and while the motto of the Tarves Chives' uses a "Vi et" phrase," Craigs use a "Vive ut vivas" motto in honor of Vibia, mother of Lupus Laevillus and therefore grandmother of PROCulus'. The, Brocuffs/PROCops (named Procopia, wife of Michael I Rangabe of Byzantium), use a version of the Speer/Speyer Coat! Zowie. Let's repeat here that the Speer/Speyer boar heads are those of Rothes-like Roets (Rieti-Fly liners without a doubt), tending to support a Speer trace to the namers of the Spey. As Spree's share the Speer crescents, I trace Speers to the Spree river of Lusatia, and while that Polish area overlaps with Silesia, that's where Brocuffs/Procops (!!!) were first found, as well as where Kerns/Karens were first found who share the sleeping Roet moon!!!
The Chives Crest ("cat") is suspect with the Mosca leopard, for they are in the same design. It just so happens that while Rothes is in Elginshire (part of Morayshire), Elgins use leopards in Mosca-leopard colors. As Drake's love Mosca's, let's repeat that Mosca's were involved with Palma di Montechiaro, smack beside the Drago river, for the mouth of the Drago is where I trace Craigs! I'll show you later a great proof for a trace of Craigs to the Drago's ACRAGus location. The PALMers share the Coat, almost, of Flags/Flecks, and that's where the Flagi location of Flys traces, and so let's repeat that the Drake motto honors both the Flys and Mosca's! It explains why Flags/Flecks share the scallops of Masci-liner Meschins, but let's add that these scallops are also those of Travers/Travis, likely a Tarves branch. Ore's/Orrs (same place as Speers/Speyers and Pollocks) can now be suspect in the Brocuff/Procop motto.
My Masci-line mother is related by blood round-about to a Mr. Masci on ELGIN street (Newmarket)!!!! I am not familiar with the Elgin Coat, but I do recall that they use leopards. I just didn't know it was the Mosca leopard.
As per the a Buckle location near the Spey, Travers/Travis' share the motto of Buckle-branch Buckleys (Cheshire, same as Meschin liners). And, aha, Travers/Travis' share the tiger in Crest with Medleys while the pierced Medley stars are on the Elgin fesse! Medleys (Sussex, same as Puttens) share the Plock motto, virtually. Medleys were first found in the same place as their Mead branch, and the Meads once again have the Fly-related martlets of Plocks, Pullens, and Josephs. The Mead, and therefore the Godfrey, pelicans look like the Stewart pelican, in this picture.
Many of these spanking-new links are thanks to Troopergate, which brought us to the Banffshire location of Troops, but as I trace them with Drops/Trope's to Tropoje, it's a location to the near-east of the Clausula river, itself a topic below as per Pollock / Mieszko elements there. As Medleys (share Elgin stars) were first found in Sussex with Keeps, it's interesting that Plocks can be with the Keep bend for a SPEYcot reason in the next paragraph. Kepke chased me with a spider on its strand of web.
Recall how the "pret" term of Morays traces to "pratus" in the Arms of Rieti, for Meads use "pret" too. To refresh your memory, Flys have a reflection of the Pratt Coats. Peter Pollock could have grown up in Shropshire with his father. Shropshire has the Plock martlets with COLINs, whose bend is colors reversed from the Plock bendlets. There is one Holly surname (compare with Glass-related Gleasons) with a reflection of the Plunkett Coat, as well as a Holly/CULLEN surname sharing the Glass / Moray-Crest mermaid.
By the way, and Hollys/Cullens are in the colors and format of Childs/Chills, they could be from the CILNius family of Cilnius (Gaius) Maecenas, suspect with the Mucianus line that was mythicized by a Mucius character having a right-hand symbol initially, though he sacrificed it, having only the left hand remaining. Hollys/Cullens use right hands. A Hand surname developed from this thing, apparently, that itself uses hands, and Hands happen to have been first found in Cheshire with Masseys/MACEys and Maceys/MACE's. This Cullen - Cilnius liner is a new idea here, and Masons/Massins even share the Holly/Cullen mermaid. While Masci's, Massena's and Rasmussens use a left-side bend, I've just noted that the gauntlet glove of Maceys/Macys is a left-hand glove.
More. Thanks to the inclusion of Watsons and Hills into the spider picture, one can speak to the so-called SPECtacles of Watts and Vatts, for the spider was identified with Syphax liners, as were SPECcots/Space's/SPEYcots (share the Keep bend). The specTACLEs can also be part-code for Tickle's/TickHILLs, for Spitzer-beloved Hills were first found in Worcestershire (location of the Stour river) with Watts (it appears that Styria elements were Stour elements too). I am beside myself, this is fantastic material. The spectacles can be seen hanging off the tree, and Watsons use the tree too, while Blocks share nearly the brown bird in the Watt Crest. By blocking of the spider thus tends to prove that Spitzers can be a branch of Spice's/Spicers (Devon, same as Speccots/Space's), especially as Speccots/Speycots share the same bend, almost, as Plocks.
Blockers (same area as Dols) are shown with the same Coat (keys in saltire) as French Clermonts, expected at Clermont-Ferrand, home of Dol-suspect Tullia of Lyon. In fact, thanks partly to Hume's/Home's, the Watt- / Watson-beloved Tree's/True's can be connected to the feathered helmet of English Lannoys while French Lannoys share the Lyon lion, colors reversed from the lion of Home's/Hume's ("True" motto term). Perfect, suggesting that Blockers were Polla liners to Pollocks. Feathered helmets (coin of Herod Archelaus of the Lyon area had one) can be called plumed in honor of the Brittany Plume's, but then the German Plume's share the hexagrams of Spitzer-beloved Tunnels.
Back to the Plocks, and their being said to be from blankets or sheets. This looks more like deliberate code of the writers than ignoramia, for Sheets/Skate's were first found in Norfolk with Rieti liners such as Flags/Flecks, Fulke's/Volks, and Sabine's. The Charo's/CHIARO's share the red bull with Sabine's, and Isabel Mosca is in the write-up of Wikipedia's Chiaramonte article. Chiaramonte (beside Messina) is related to Palma di Montechiaro, and the latter is about 25 miles from the mouth of the Drago river, explaining why Drake's love Mosca's.
I distinctly recall reading that the German Klassens have "Lady Fortune" holding a blanket. I reported as it. The idea here is that the heraldic blanket was known by some to be code for Plancia Magna. However, after some time, the Klassen description was found to have her holding a "banner," code for the Panaro river in Modena. German Banners look to be with a version of the Fulke/Volk Coat, and with the banners, it appears to be the Cake fleur. Both Fulke's and Banners use the giant, white fleur-de-lys, and Plants/Planque's are said to be from Artois, location of a Lys river. As Marano of Modena is on the Panaro while Marano's share the Montfort lion (Montforts own the gonfanon BANNER), and because Montforts use the two-tailed lion of Bohemia, Banners are likely Bohemians of the Bononia / Bone/Bohum kind, suggesting that the Boii of Modena named / settled the Panaro.
The Sine motto term of English Banners then takes the Marano lion to the Wallace's/Wallis', for Sions and also Sine's. From Walsers and Wallis', we take it to Glass', and to Glasgow, important for what's still left to say on the Plock-blanket entity, for Pollocks were at Glasgow. The motto of Glasgows loves the Lords/LAUDs (share AMPTON cinquefoils) while Planque-beloved Cabbage's were first found in NorthAMTONshire with LADYs/Laudymans, the line very obviously of "Lady Fortune" of the Glass-like Klassens/Klaas' (Westphalia). I hate to beat-up on the family historians so badly, but they work to keep secrets under the bedspreads with the devil. Italian Fulks were first found in Tuscany with Mosca's and Fortune's/Fortuna's, the latter's dog being in the colors of the Fulke/Volk fleur. As Paisleys share the Block roses, it's a good bet that Glasgows share the Block chevron. The spider must be in Paisley.
As one Holly Coat is a little like the Plunkett Coat, it's notable that Cabbage's use holly. I have no idea what Cabbage's/Cobbolds are by other branches, nor can I figure out the branches of their variations. If they are a branch of Cobbs, note that Cobbs share a version of the Clovis-suspect Club Coat (Child colors and format). Clubs were first found found in Cambridgeshire with Cake's, and the latter share the Cabbage/Cobbold fleur. Both Cobbs and Cabbage's/Cobbolds seem to love the Ticino-suspect Tiss', and then the Cabbage chevron is in Levi-chevron colors while the Cabbage lion is the Levi lion in colors reversed. Amazingly, it was in this update that MARKets were loaded for the first time that I recall, and they are with the Margesons/Mackesys who share the Cabbage lion. Excellent, it's tending to verify that Cabbage's are Ticino liners. The Stems/Steins, suspect in the Cobbs motto, share the leopard faces of Peare's. That works, and while Coverts share the same leopard faces, they were first found in Sussex with Markets/Margesons, which recalls all the other times that Coverts worked into Mark discussions.
It was resolved that the green heraldic snake is largely of the Marsi, and I do have an alternative Mackesy Coat with a green snake. The Markets, because they come up as Mackesys, suggest that Marsi were Marici on the Ticino. What's more, it's known that the Marsi of Abruzzo were Merovingians, and we just saw Cobbs looking like Clovis Merovingians. The Market Crest even shares a black and passant lion with Levi's. The Market write-up: "The surname Market was first found in West Sussex where the family held estates in Offington. One source claims 'John D'Argenson, living in 1449, had two sons, one of whom fought at the battle of Pavia, in 1524...'" Pavia, there it is. Offingtons look like Cove's and therefore like Covingtons (Tease/Tyes stars?), and then the old Colban version of Covingtons has its own page were the surname was Covenham and shows a Cobban variation.
Cabbage's, expected to bump into Peter Pollock via Plantagenet liners who merged with Cabbage's, use their lion in the colors of the Rothes lion, and the latter's wears a gold crown, same as the Levi and Capua/Capone lion. Capone's are suspect from Quintus Caepio, and Quints are a branch of Quince's, the latter first found in Northamptonshire with Ladys and Cabbage's. Quince's have mascles in the colors of the similar Anchor lozenges, and the latter have three in Chief with a blank Shield, much the Lady Coat. The Laudyman variation of Ladys traces well to the "Lord, let" motto phrase of Glasgows. If correct that Pepins / Pipe's named Pavia, let's add that Lets'/Late's (Peare stars) use organ pipes. The Latto's/Latters, first found in Ayrshire, should partially explain the motto of neighboring Glasgows, because Latto's come up as "Lordy." Why do Latto's/Lordys have three piles colors reversed from the three Leavell piles?
The Rothes lion is used by Rennes-line Raines', and Rennes is in Vilaine with Plunketts (Raines colors). Pero's are suspect with the Reines comet. We are making sense for a Rothes-lion trace to the Laevi on the Ticino. Markhams almost have a Pollock motto term. Cabbage's have "tis" endings, as does the Markham motto. Tiss' are Tice's too. Markhams have nearly the Guerin Coat, but Guerins add the Payen stars, and Hugh de Payens married Miss Chappes.
Margys/Mackeys, who seem like Margesons/Mackesys, share the raven with German Rothes'/Rothchilds (Bavaria, same as Loys) and a Peter surname. Margys/Mackeys were first found in Ayrshire (near Glasgow) with Kyle's, and while Ayers use a "Lighter" motto term, suspect with Lights/Lite's, Markets (Margesons/Mackeys, that is) use a "loyaLITE" motto term, and Loys use an upside-down chevron in the colors of the Cabbage chevron. Kyle's, who share the Glass stars, use CANDLEsticks, and Candle's share the annulets of Ladys/Laudymans, yup, it's true. Be shocked, family historians, for the same annulets are in the Coat of Walkers, who use a "Magna" motto term. Family historians don't want to accept that the European rulers became one family pot from Israel's bad guys, and they sure won't advertise it. Niceties they promote, fantasies they swallow, onward to Hell go the people.
So, I wasn't likely imagining things when reading that the lady of Klassens have a blanket. Both a blanket and a banner trace back to Pollocks/POLKs of Glasgow through the VOLK-Planque's, revealing that Fulk V, king of Templar Jerusalem, was a Vespasian liner on the devil's Jerusalem throne. I have insisted that the Anchor Coat is a version of the Arms of Agrigento, and here I can repeat that the Anchor Coat is a version of the Lady/Laudyman Coat. Agrigento is at the mouth of the Drago.
The Fortuna dog is owned by a Canossa family ("cano = dog") said to be out of Lucca, which is the area of Mosca's, Massai's/Massars, and Massa-Carrara. The rulers of the latter used the same checks as Italian Fulks and Massi's/MATTIS', and then the Fulke fleur-de-lys traces to Lissus near the mouth of the MATHIS (now the Mat) river in Albania.
Why was the spider in my armPIT? The Pits happen to share the Fulke/Volk checks, but on a fesse so that it becomes the Stewart fesse, perfect, for Pollocks and Stewarts were like one in Glasgow. The Pit write-up: "Governor Pitt, ancestor of the Earl of Chatham and of Lord CAMELFORD..." As I've said several times, emailer Pollock said that her grandmother had a Comfort surname, and Comforts share a Comerford variation with Camelfords, both surnames using peacocks in Crest. I've read that Peacocks are a Pollock sept. Comforts (probably share the Pollock hunting horn) happen to use dogs in the colors of the Fortuna / Arms-of-Canossa dog. So, again, Lady Fortune of the Klassens must have waved a blanket at one time.
The ComFORT quadrants are colors reversed from the same of FORTs, and the latter use "Audax" (as do Markhams) while Pollocks use "Audacter." This makes the Comfort / Fortuna dog suspect with the same-colored MontFORT lion. If correct, we've just come to the gonfanon banner, which is a vertical banner, used for example by Scottish Banners in Montfort colors.
Finally, the ARMpit can be deciphered with the Armors, for they use a version of the Block chevron-with-items. Not much in this late section would have been possible had I not realize the blocking of the spider as code for Blocks. But as I used cardBOARD to block it, it's interesting that Boards, with a "PerFORATus" motto, are split in the colors of the Fort quadrants. The Board Crest is an ANTELope, suspect with Antalya, beside Plancia Magna. In my dream on Obama's Billiard table, he was on a skateBOARD where Boards did play with certainty for more reason than the following. Boards use a version of the Chaddock and Chadwick Coats, and Chads (almost the Shed Coat), first found in Norfolk with Skate's/Sheets, share the potent cross with Skate's/Sheets. Their Skit kin were first found in Ayrshire with Kyle's.
The Board Coat is much like the Enfield / Chaddock / Saddock Coat, and the Joseph / Pullen / Plock martlet is in the Enfield Crest. Recall how Adolf Hitler was the son of Miss Polzl while the Hiedler/Hitler griffin is in the design of the Gainey griffin.
If you know why I trace Pollocks to Dober on the Clausula river, it seems that a trace Klassens to "Clausula" makes sense. The following was written earlier in the week. If the Deeters are using the Fortuna dog on a blue Shield, it's connectable to Dobers and Dobermans (from Dobrawa, wife of Mieszko I), who both use griffins as well as what I think is the Jewish-Pollock / Jewish-Rothchild bend. Deeters, first found in Pomerania with the house of Griffin, and with Dobermans, use Agrippa-suspect grapes.
There is the question on whether griffins and grapes trace to different Agrippa's. For example, the Safe/Saffes Coat uses grapes, and is highly traceable to emperor Septimius Severus, husband of a sister of Julia Maesa, wife of Julius Avitus and daughter of the nephew of Julius Agrippa (2nd century). Severus-like Saffers use a "vita" motto term in honor of the Avitus line. The Vita's/Vito's share the annulet of Savers, clinching Saffers and Savers as a liner from Severus, which is why the grape-using Safe's/Saffes' ought to be a Severus line merged with one from Julius Agrippa. Reminder: Ladys of Lady Fortune use annulets too, and Deeters use grapes as well as the Fortuna dog, possibly.
Saffers, by the way, have unicorns in the colors of the same of Spitzers, and if the latter were Syphax liners, compare "Syphax to "Saffes"...which recalls my hunch that Caiaphas was a direct relative of Severus of Akmonia (time of Jesus), father of the Bassus'/Bassianus' (his wife could have been a Bassus if he was not). Septimius Severus married Miss Bassianus. Reminder: Ladys use a version of the ANCHOR/Annacker Coat, and ANKARA is smack near Akmonia. Big hmmm.
Back to the earl of Chatham, for this surname (besants, red griffin) looks like the line of royal Cetis under the Bassus' through Julius Agrippa, whose sibling was a parent of Julius Bassianus. If Julius Agrippa wasn't an Agrippa by marriage, it makes Bassianus an Agrippa too. We read of a Cheetham location at Manchester's Salford area, and Salfords come up as SAVARds (Septimius SEVERus married Bassianus' daughter). Salfords share the black wolf with Quade's, from Quadratilla Bassus, wife of Lupus Laevillus. There were many reasons for suspecting that the line of Quadratilla bumped into the line of Pharnaces and Nysa, and Pharnaces is to the Parrs and Furness', both first found in Lancashire with Chathams, and both sharing a black border with them. Quade's are also Quoids, and Chathams use a "Quod" motto term, yup, we have just found another trace to be rejected by the nicety-happy historians. It tends to mean that Severus traces back to Quadratilla's great-grandfather, Severus of Akmonia. If you don't know, Quadratilla's father married the Herod-Maccabee line through Glaphyra and Opgalli.
I always trace Bassianus to the Tilurius river that formed the Tillers and Tailers, both of whom share the Cabbage / Market lion, but here I'd like to say that Chats/Keats use a cat-version of the three Tailer lions in pale, and the Tilurius was also the Cetina of cat-using Cetins/Cattans ("lupuis"). The latter's fitchee has got to be that of Tarves' in order to explain the Chives cats, in the colors of the lions under discussion. It's important that both Cetins/Cattans and Tillers use pellets, for Pellets are a branch of Pilotte's while PONTIUS Pilate is expected to be from the Pontus, where Pharnaces ruled.
It's likely that Berenice Agrippa had a child with Titus, and this gets interesting where the gyronny pattern is shared between the Titus and Fortune surnames. It's used by Opgalli-suspect Hoppers, and Opgalli (Galatian, same as Severus of Akmonia) is likewise suspect as a direct relative of Caiaphas. The Hopper tower is the tower of Hills (beloved of Spitzers) and of Plunketts, and Plancia Magna, descended from Opgalli, had a father from Galatian. When we bring this line to Jewish Pollocks, they share the bend of Chaucers, first found in Kent with Chalkers, possibly from Herod of CHALCis, who married his brother's daughter, Berenice Agrippa. Yup, it's not a wonder historians don't want to trace European nobles to where they really trace, into the septic tank of humanity.
Chalkers share the three wavy fesses of Marlins/MARKlands, and while Pero's were at Pavia with Marici, Peare's were first found in Oxfordshire with Damorys/Amori's who almost use the Chalker fesses. Catherine Roet's sister, a Rieti liner, married Mr. Chaucer, and Roets even share the boar heads of Speers, first found in the same place as Pollocks. They are the boar heads also of Maple's, and Markhams were at Maplebeck. The split Shield of Maple's is in colors reversed with the spear-using German Marks. Catherine Roet's father was Payne, and Guerins (Markham Shield) love Payens. While writing "was Payne," a song was singing in my ears, "there MAY BE PAIN in the night" (Newsboys, Your Love Never Fails). MAYBE's/Mabbe's (almost the split-Maple Shield), I kid you not, share the stripeless tiger with Ditts, and the paragraph below was already written at the time, and sitting right where you see it! Wow, it appears that God is verifying both the Payne-Roet discussion and the Teague-Ditt discussion. This entire paragraph was inserted here when the miracle took place.
Opgalli is in the "optem" motto term of Teague's because their TEEGER variation is from her husband, TIGRanes. The "diem" motto term (i.e. the Diems/Dittmayers, Pomerania area) of Teague's leads to tiger-using Ditts (stripeless tigers, I saw the description), making the Deeters look like a branch of the Ditts who married a Tigranes line.
[Insert - As I said, the paragraph above was sitting here before the "Your Love Never FAILS" played, and Fails/Falls share the black griffin head with Ticks/Tooks/Touque's, whose Coat looks linkable to the Teague Coat. Teague's trace to TIGRAnes IV, the line of which married the line of Artemidoros, father of Julia TYCHE, is that not amazing? One can see why God would inject this song, for he always wants to point to Love-like Laevillus. Later in the update, Bois' become a topic, and this song is from NewsBOYS. English Bois' mention their Herbert kin, and one Herbert Coat share's the three LOVE/Luff fesses. Your LOVE Never Fails. Love's/Luffs were, until now, said to be first found in Suffolk, where TIGERS and English Herberts were first found who share the lion of Fail-like Fallis'. It can be gleaned the Herbert-like Huberts (Cheshire, same as Sales' and Edin-like Eatons) share the Coat of Sales' who in-turn share the fleur of NEVERS, and the latter's cross is that of Sinclairs, who lived at Midlothian (Roslin), where English Falla's/Fallis' were first found. EDINburgh is in Midlothian, and Edins, first found in Suffolk (i.e. where Love's/Luffs were early) share a distinct version of the Lovekin / Luffkin Coats (the latter two have identical Coats.
The Eatons (I say from mount ETNa, Scylla / Messina / Saracen theater) once showed the same cross as Samsons (still used by Dickens), but houseofnames changed the cross of Samsons too, meaning that design matters to houseofnames. Samsons now use the patonce of Chives-liner Taylards (Eaton quadrants), first found in Huntingdonshire with a branch of Eatons. The Hykes'/Hacks are obviously linkable to Eatons, and Edins share black scallops (Scylla symbol) with Hykes/Hacks though the latter use them in the colors of the Samson scallops. I make all kinds of important links like this that houseofnames has ignored. For the new, eye-opening Sardinia link to Others/Otters (Huntingdonshire) below, which was part of the line to Windsor castle (Berkshire), it's important that Sicilian-liner Eatons are said to have been in Berkshire. As "Vincit" is shared between Eatons (same place as Masseys/Maceys) and the Shaws/Sheaves' of Berkshire, this thing also includes Shawia Numidians. The Numidian king, Massena, can be expected from Messina, location of mount Etna. Meschins share the Samson scallops, and the Samsam Saracens could have been at Etna, for all I know about them. Maltese elements from Melita, beside the Saraca's, are now expected in the Tick/Took motto.
Watch this, for God is a genius. The location of Nevers is at Eaton-like Autun, and Datons/D'Autuns share the red-on-white lion with Love's/Luffs. "Your LOVE NEVER Fails." I didn't know that God was a song writer until he pointed to several songs with heraldic messages. The red fitchee in the Love/Love Crest can thus be of the red PATEE in the Daton/D'Autun Coat, and the patee (now shown for Eatons) traces to Patti in Messina.
Houseofnames and historians might share my super findings if only I didn't mention Sadducees and Herods and Edomites, for this makes worldly people sick, to think that virtually all of Europe's rulers stem from that batch. And, besides, it makes people think about Jesus, which makes world rulers today even more sick. I am not going the right way in their eyes, for they want to paint a more-glorious picture for themselves according to their own achievements, but God will expose their achievements as rot from the sinfulness of their lying spirits. Lies on behalf of human gain is in every child, but God expects adults to exercise self-control and maturity, to stop lying for the purposes of self-gain. Liberals refuse, and they are being exposed as liars and hypocrites as we speak. Their facade has come to an end. The world I have traced the Aedui of Autun to mythical Aedon of Boeotia, and I am very sure that God wants to point us to Schimatari and Tanagra of Boeotia as the root of Sadducees.
Falla's/Fallis and Fellers share trefoils with their Bothwell kin, who in-turn use a BOY in Crest. Your Love Never Fails, by NewsBOYS. Bothwells are Bute liners, suggesting that God, with this song miracle, is pointing to the Aedon-line Boiotians, even the house of Boethus to which the Herods and Sadducees belonged. The Bothwells have an "ADversus" motto term suspect with ADA of Huntingdon. The Love-like Levi's love the Ade's/Aids in their motto. The Perthshire Dure's (share Clun / Saluzzo Coat) have a Dol (French) branch sharing the Warren Coat while Ada above was a Warenne by her father, explaining the "ObDURa" motto term of Bothwells. Warenne's were also Varenne's (ravens), and Verona's share a version of the Feller / Bothwell Coat. It looks like Rockefellers have Sadducee blood.
Later, the Bois' will be linked to Saluzzo once again, whom I see in the Sales' sharing the fleur of Nevers/Neve's. German Dure's love the Rose's, first found beside the first-known Fails/Falls, in Nairn with Geddes' and RATs (could be with the Nevers/Neve cross), and the Dol Dure's are also DuRATs, who are the entire motto of Geddes-branch Geds who in-turn share the Verona fish, white like the fish of the other Neve's. The Neve fish is in both colors of the Roach fish, believe it or not. Roach's (Rock kin) share "mon" with French Simons, suspect from Simon Boethus, and the Levi ruled at Mons. The fish head in the Ged Crest looks like the Ling fish heads, and Lings are in Feller colors and format while Ling-like Lynch's (same place as Teague's and Berks) use the Bothwell Coat, a gold-trefoil version of the Feller Coat.
The eye-opening Sardinia topic starts with Constantine I of Gallura, and the six Constantine fleur are also those of YORE's (same special pattern), though the latter use them in both colors of Nevers/Neve fleur. YORE Love NEVER Fails. French Constantine's share the pine tree with the boy in the Bothwell Crest. Yore's were first found in Northumberland with Velis'/Vails, who share the eagle of Fails/Falls (the latter are Vails too). There are red fitchees in the Velis/Vail Crest in the design used for them by the Crest of Love's/Luffs, hee-hee, YORE LOVE NEVER FAILS, is that not spectacular? End Insert]
What follows is new material right here. The Dyot variation of Ditts suggests the Dye's/Tie's/DEI's (Yorkshire, same as Methleys) because the latter share the Chief of Methleys and Medleys ("deo"), the latter having a tiger too. The Dye's/Tie's are said to be from near Wakefield, and Wakefields are split in the split-colors of the DIEms/Dittmayers.
Wakefield plays well into what I wanted to say on Wake-like Aikens, the latter's "vigiLANTia" being almost the motto term of Wake's. While the English branch of Lant-like Lands has another gyronny Shield, German Lands/Landens/Landers share the black rooster with Aikens, but the Land/Landen rooster is in both colors of the Kopple rooster, and Kopple's are from Koplik, about three miles from the Dober location above (on the Clausula river). Kopple's can be gleaned with Poland's Goplo, origin of Mieszko I, husband of DOBRawa. In myth, Goplo was first ruled by Pepinid-suspect Popiel, and Lands/Landens are likely from Pepin of Landen, near Aiken-like Aachen.
Next, we go to the Aiken-like Akmans, a term like "Akmonia." Both surnames use the oak theme, and both use a "robore" motto term. One wonders whether the Akman bend isn't the Doberman bend in colors reversed. Another surname that uses the oak theme and Aiken / Akman colors is the Liebers, and it just so happens that Severus line Saffers use a "libera" motto term so that, indeed, Akmans could feasibly be Severus-of-Akmonia liners.
"Akmonia" has been suspect with "Hasmonean," the original name of the Maccabees, founded by Mattathias the Hasmonean. As unreal as it seems, I traced his name to the Mathis river, one major river south of the Drin, and the northern-most part of the Drin, which is near the Clausula, has a Has location (see Has, Albania). Whatever named has is expected to have been there for centuries. It's suspect with "Hesse" because Hasmonean-suspect Rasmussens/ASSMANs were first found there. Rasmussens share the Pepin bend, but Rasmussens have it rising sinister in honor of the Mucianus surname, making a branch thereof suspect with "Maccabee." Lands/Landens and Dobers use a sinister-rising bend too.
The Rasmussen unicorn is almost the Spitzer unicorn, and Saffers use that symbol too, as do Cnuts/Knots while Wake's use a wake KNOT. Cnuts/Knots happen to share the crescents of Has-like Hazels (wow, makes them Hasmonean suspects), and Hazels share a version of the Weaver Coat while Webbers (share the fleur of neighboring Flys) can be gleaned with the Rasmussen / Pepin bend-with-fleur, for Weavers and Pepins both love the Este's in their motto. Webbers were part of the spider-fly dream that had the Spitzers, how about that. Hazelwoods (Shropshire, same as Dol Alans), who share the Hazelton/Heslington Coat, and Alans use oak leaves, amazingly enough.
I trace both the Mieszko Piasts and the UNIcorn to the Una/Oeneus river, home of the Maezaei, beside the uniCORN-suspect Ceraunii, who themselves lived at Piast-suspect Bistue. See map is you haven't already:
The Clausula and the Cavii are on the dark map below, but I think the Clausula is wrongly drawn. Has is at the northern-most part of the Drilon:
If it's correct to trace the oak-themed Aikens and Akmans with Liebers to Severus of Akmonia, then there must have been a connection between he and/or his location to the CLAUSULa area, which should explain why oak seeds, acorns, are used by Clauds/CLAUSELs. It just so happens that ACORNs were resolved with Avaran HACHORANi Maccabee. Flavius Josephus, part of the Fly line, traced himself to Maccabees. In fact, he traced himself to JONATHAN Maccabee, and Jonathans, hold on to your seat, share roosters in the colors of the Kopple rooster for a Maccabee trace to the Clausula. The Jonathan rooster-head design is that of Gorms/Blue's (were they the namers of Gormleys/Grimes'?), first found on Avaran-like Arran with MacAbee's.
As Spitzers were resolved with the spider, while Spencers and Spence's seemed to apply as a Spitzer branch, let's go back to Janet Spence, for English Janets (share black martlet with Fly-related Josephs) are also Jonathan-like Jonets. There are five martlets in the Janet/Jonet Chief, the number of brothers in Jonathan's family.
I first caught wind of the acorn trace to Hachorani via the Tromp acorn, and Val Trompia is beside Brixia/Brescia, where Brix's/Brests trace (hold on to your head, don't let it explode), who share the lozenges in the Chief of French Janets!!!!!!!! I saw Robert Powell squeeze Janet's breast that night she was "raped"! As I said, the rape theme can be God's pointer to raven liners such as Rabe's and Ralphs, but here we can mention the ravens of the Jone's/Jones'/Joanes', like the Jonas variation of Jonathans!!!! Mighty is God for the way that he does things! Astounding, give God some praise.
I once lived beside Rick and Jane, smacking of Rick and Janet Spence. Jane's use a giant and upright lion colors reversed from the same of Welsh Jones' (same as Pool / Rita lion), and throw in red-on-white scallops, the symbol of Flavian-line Pullens and Sabine's. There you have a Jane trace with Jones' to the Flavians who adopted the Maccabee / Fly liner, Josephus, and Jane's were first found in Worcestershire with Spitzer-beloved Hills. Welsh Jones' were first found in Denbighshire with Bachs (compare with Saffers), and then German Bachs use the steer, suspect with Styria, where Spitzers were first found.
Rick and Jane. Watch this. Ricks use the Craven Coat in colors reversed, and Cravens were from Croatia, where I trace the Mieszko's that were related to Dober and Koplik. I had looked up the Plaster surname because Rick was a plaster man, but I had nothing to say. Then, shortly afterward, wanting to see if there is any proof that Dobers use the Pullen bend, the English Dobers (Yorkshire, same as black-martlet Pullens and black-martlet Janets/Jonats) came up first, and they have this write-up: "The name was a medieval trade name for someone who was a plasterer." Amazing. How many surnames do you think have a trace to plasterers? English Dobers are in the colors of the Saffer unicorns, and Dobys were first found in Renfrewshire with Pollocks.
The Jane's are also Jeans, which recalls the Hicks dream in which I was walking on a BEACH with no short on, just Jeans. Beach's are also Bach-like Bechs, and both use vair fur. Beach's were first found in Hertfordshire with Titus' (share the Chappes Moor head). I've worked until midnight to get this extra section in.
Aha! Plaster variations suggest the Spanish Pelaiz's (Bils checks), who share the checks of Tobeys, making the later suspect with the Tober variation of German Dobers (Austria, same as Bils'). Pelaiz's/Baez's have half the Pollock saltire. Is that not amazing? Just look at that Intelligent Design? Rick the plasterman is in the English Dober Coat, and Plasters link to German Dobers. If God isn't behind it, then the Tober write-up used "plasterer" as code for the Plasters. Plesses'/Plesse's share a wavy bend with nothing else on the Shield with Jewish Pollocks, and the Plesses bend is sinister, as is the Dober/Tober bend, and colors reversed to it. Perfect.
Plesses' were first found in Hamburg with Krume's, and there is a Krume location on the Drin a little up-river from Has, in the area of the proto-Pendragon Penestae peoples. The Drin is in the Dragon/Drainer surname, which shares the helmet with Dobys and Pendragons. Amazingly, the Dragons/Drainer helmets are colors reversed from those of Mynetts/Minute's (Kent, same as Dragons/Drainers), who are from Amyntes, the grandfather or great-grandfather of Severus of Akmonia. It's a good bet that Dragons/Drainers were a branch of Fly-related Drake's, and so let me repeat that while I trace Anchors to the Arms of Agrigento, a location at the Drago river, Anchors can also trace to Ankara, smack near Akmonia. Penestae lived near the Apsus, and the Drago is also the Hypsas.
Part of the Sava river is in Austria, and here it should be added that the Sava is also the Save while the Save's (Severus liners?) share the bend of German Dobers (Austria). The Dober Crest shares a griffin head with Leslie's (Save bend in colors reversed), whom I trace to upper Sava, at Lesce, near the Austrian border. The green Leslie griffin is shared by Bards (suspect with Bartholomew, Leslie founder), and BARTons share the three boar heads of Plasters (same Coat), in the red color of the Less/Lush boar head. Leslie's took the titles of Pollocks by marriage with them. A green griffin in Crest is used by Powells, and they share the lion of Sava's/Savage's.
Save's were first found in Burgundy with Bleds, and Bled is a location smack beside Lesce. The Bles variation of Bleds can reveal that Plesse's and Plasters are Bled liners. Bleds/Bles' use a "TOUS" motto term, and Bless'/Blois' use "virTUS." English Blois', first found in Suffolk with Bled-related Clare's, use dragons. AMAZINGLY, Bled and Lesce are at the Croatia theater, and Ricks were merged with Croatian liners (Cravens) in Yorkshire while Rick brought us to the Plaster bloodline. Recall my being on a beach without a shirt but with jeans, for while Rick was married to Jane, Jeans are Jane's while Shirts are beloved of TOUS' (a "man" said to be wearing a "shirt" with buttons). It really does look like Intelligent Design. The Bless' look like they love the Felix's (Flag/Fleck branch?), who share the quadrants of Snells and Comforts.
As Rusticus descended from rulers at CLERmont-Ferrand, it should be said that Blazers/Blase's use a version of the Rust/Roost Coat. Decimus Rusticus was married to Tullia, suspect with "Dol," and while the latter traces excellently to the Dulo house of Attila, BLEDa was Attila's brother. Mundzuk, Attila's father, was traced to Munderic, grandson of a later Rusticus of Lyon (father of Artemia, mother-in-law of Munderic). This tends to clinch Clermont-Ferrand with the Bled-related Clare's of Suffolk.
German Bartons can bring us back to the Clausula with their snails, if they are code for Snells. In the Crest of English Snells, a red dog that could be the FORTuna dog in colors reversed because the Snell quadrants are those of Forts in colors reversed. German Snells share the acorn with Clauds/CLAUSELs, and so the Klassens with Lady Fortune can trace to the namers of the Clausula, suspect with Glass' and Glasgows (lead to Ladys), and therefore with Wallis'/Wallace's who share the MontFORT lion, which is upright, giant, and in the colors of the same of the Fortuna dog. In fact, the Snell quadrants are those of ComFORTs, and they use a passant dog in Fortuna-dog colors.
Do Blue's/Gorms apply to Bled/Bles / Blois liners? French Blue's use three bends in the colors of the three chevrons of Bleds/Bles'. Blois is near Angers/Anjou (home of Rieti-line Tertullus > Fulks), and the Anger Chief is a blue version of the Anchor Chief, which can trace Flavians to Ankara and therefore to the Akmonia Galatians, which recalls that Plancia's Galatian father (Mr. Plancius) is suspect with Julia Polla (daughter of Artemidoros, Galatian father or grandfather of Severus of Akmonia) because Plancia's husband (Tertullus) is suspect with the wife (Tertulla) of Vespasia Polla's father-in-law, Mr. Flavius.
Blue's/Gorms were first found on Arran with the MacAbee's that use a SALMON, suspect with Salome de BOEThus because Arran is smack beside Bute. Salome was the great-granddaughter of the high priest of Israel, Simon, son of Boethus. In GORMley, I lived across the street from Simon Agrippa-suspect Graff. French Simons have a "plaisir" motto term, which may explain why I lived beside the plasterman. Plasters are also Plaisters.
Anchors can be linked to the Craig > Carrick line, a thing I may not have done yet, but it helps to clinch Anchors with something out of Agrigento, for the latter was also, ACRAGas, which is why I trace Craigs there. The AnnerCAW variation of Anchors gives it away, for Adams, from ANNANdale, are also Caws, and are from Adam Kilconquhar, husband of Marjory Carrick. They say that this couple had a son, Thomas Randolph of Moray, and it just so happens that his three lozenges are shown at his Wikipedia article, in colors reversed from the three Anchor lozenges. I've read that the block-like symbols of Plocks are lozenges, and they happen to be in the colors of the Thomas-Randolph lozenges.
Back to the Plesses / Plaster liners. Recall Pollock links to Spate's/Speights, for Spade's/Speetens/SPATZ's (Spitzer branch) use a version of the Place/Plaise Coat. If the Spade's formed due to the shovels in their Coat, let's add that Shovels (Child colors and format) were first found in Hertfordshire with Childs and Titus'. "Born John Shovell in 1650, he assumed the first name of Cloudesley..." The latter term is like the birth name of king Clovis, son of CHILDeric.
If you're keeping up on the political news, you've probably read on Mr. Schuler, the senate's Democrat leader. Schulers/SCHOLers share the Massey fleur with their Shovel branch, and Masci's are definitely from Clovis lines, as even Pollocks are said to be descended from Clovis. Mythical Scylla of Sicily's Messina seems to apply while Schulers, which can explain the Scilly Isles in the Shovel write-up. As Shovels (Skull colors) use the colors and format of Palms, who likewise share the Schuler / Massey fleur, Palma di Montechiaro is back to topic, about 25 miles from Agrigento. This recalls that Carricks descend from a Gilbert while Gilberts share the chevron that is the Arms of Carrick, and so let's add that the Schuler Coat is a version of the Deck/Dagger Coat which shares the red squirrel with Gilberts. Neat and Tidy, yet another way to trace Carricks to Acragas.
SCHOLfields, in Shovel / Schuler/Scholer colors, share a red bull with Joseph-beloved Chiaro's/Charo's, helping to prove that Palma di MonteCHIARO applies to Shovel liners. Schulers/Scholers throw in the Jay roses, I gather, because Jays share the bend of Skulls (Herefordshire, same as Jays).
I don't think that, just because the Plock write-up traces to "Plunket" that "Plock" is a term originating from "Plancia" or "Plunkett." Rather, it's easy to spot that proto-Pollocks merged with Plunketts because the latter were first found in Vilaine, where the patriarch of the Pollocks likely lived before the Norman invasion brought him to Shropshire. I've read that Pollocks named themselves after a Pollok location in Renfrewshire, meaning that they were not Pollocks back in Brittany. The namer of Pollock may have been related, however, to whatever proto-Pollocks were, for Pollocks use a saltire connectable to the cross in the Arms of Pola/Pula (Istria, near Leslie-line Lesce). If the family of Peter had not become related to the namer of Pollok, I doubt that his line would use a version of the Arms of Pola/Pula. Peter's wife, for example, may have been the Pola / Vespasia Polla liner.
If Peter or his brother or his son used the Arms of his wife, it tends to reveal that her family was more important. If her line was from Imperial Rome, that would explain it. Safe to say, the Arms of Peter's line became the Rothes Coat (Shropshire). The Rothes are said to be from Geoffrey of BADDENville, who received lands near Wrotham in Kent from HUBERT Walter, explaining why Huberts use a version of the Rothes Coat. This recalls that the Mieszko line of Casimir went to Baden's Veringers. Geoffrey's brother is said to have married Muriel de Lydd, and Muriel was the name of Peter Pollock's daughter (may have been his granddaughter, I always forget). The Muriel surname proves to be a Pollock liner by its peacock, and the Shield has the semblance of the Plock bendlets. Peacocks use mascles colors reversed from those of English Peters; the latter love the Anchor-related Majors.
I've got to assume that the line of Vespasia Polla took on a Fulk-like look somehow. If that's not correct, then Pola liners merged with whatever Fulks had been, and eventually Pollocks formed their Polk variation because of the Polla-Fulk / Polla / Volk merger. There is a Polka surname with the wavy Dol fesse, no surprise but very welcome. It's also the wavy Ghent fesse, and English Ghents look to be with the Vilain Shield i.e. linkable to Brittany's Vilaine, location of Dol. John of Gaunt married Rieti-line Catherine Roet. Italian Fulks share the eagle of Gaunt-like Candida's, colors reversed from the Ghent eagles.
This brings me to gauntlet-glove Fane's who link to Italian Fulks, probably the closest thing to the Polla line to the Anjou Fulks. It's important here that the Anjou Fulks are said to be to the Fulke's/Volks, first found in Norfolk with Flags/Flecks, for Belgian Flecks share the split colors of Fulke's/Volks in colors reversed. The Fane's with "fano" motto term use gauntlet gloves, and there is a Fano surname with knight who looks to be holding a mace, which jibes with the Fano location being near the first-known Maschi's. The Fano Coat, which shares the eagle in Chief with the Italian Fulk Chief and the Massi/Mattis Chief, is a reflection of the Italian Fontana Coat, while Spanish Fontana's can be gleaned with the Petro cross and the Sabine scallops for a trace to Rieti. It appears that Fano liners became the Fountains (Norfolk, same as Fulke's/Volks) and therefore possibly the Ville's/Font-de-Ville's and/or Lafins/La Fonts/La FINs. Fane's are also Fiens, which explains La Fins. Fountains have a CANTon with the Fien/Finis lion. I don't know why it took me this many years to make the Fane-Fountain connection this tidily.
Miracles, Miracles, Not Mirages
Markhams are new to me. I'd like to address the Cressys in their write-up. I recall reading that Wells were at Bec Abbey, which was where Cressy-like Crispins ruled, and Wells share a giant, black, two-tailed lion with English Cressys. This explains why Markhams were at MapleBECK. It means that Maple's merged with a Bec-abbey liner and settled Nottinghamshire.
French Becs are with Bez's, like the Baez variation of Plaster-suspect Pelaiz's. Rick the plasterman was married to Jane while Jane's are Jeans and I had only jeans on at the beach while Beach's are Bechs too. That's not really a big deal, except that Beach's take us back to Cressy. Beach's use one pile in the colors of the three Pile piles, and French Pile's/Pilots share the giant lion of French Cressys, the latter first found in Burgundy with Pilate's/Pilotte's. English Becks (with a 'k') share the pelican with German Wells, and English Wells were first found in Lincolnshire with English Pilotte's. French Pilate's share the pheons of Lords/Lauds, and Lordys/Latto's have three piles too.
WOWWW!!!! I didn't know while writing the paragraph above that French Jeans (Languedoc, same as Becs/Bez's) have a version of the Bec/Bez Coat! Zikers, what a shock. Stop, wait. Another Newsboys song (Something Beautiful) is playing as I write here, and it was singing "LOVE will take us where something's beautiful." In the dream with the jeans on a beach, I saw a woman and said, "She's Beautiful." It was God's pointer to (this is too much) Beautys because they share the three Waleran bulls, and Waleran de Leavell married Beaumonts of Bec abbey!!! Plus, Leavells are Love-like Lovells too!!! At first crack, those were the only two pointers I saw, but now Scottish Leavells have three piles colors reversed from the Latto/Lordy pile!!! Look at the timing of this song, it's hilarious, right after the mention of Lordys. God is an amazing brain, he repeatedly amazes. I never feel Him writing through me when He does. Lordys are new, this update, so far as I can recall.
What amazes me is that God just verified that he gave part of the dream to connect with Rick and Jane. This little miracle couldn't have happened without the plaster theme. Rick had to be a plasterman in order for me to go from Bec abbey to introducing him above, though I was spurred on by the jeans on a beach too, yet I almost abandoned that train of writing, until I saw the Beach pile linkable to what I had already planned on saying, that Pile's are Cressy kin. The French Pile's/Pilots use the same lion as the two-tailed Cressy lion, minus the second tail, yet the same Pile's/Pilots also use the French-Cressy lion, both with one tail. The the song happened, and it just floored me.
As French Jeans use the bell, let's add that the crescents of bell-branch Bellamy are in the Tiller Coat upon a fesse, which are colors reversed from the crescents on a fesse of Latto's/Lordys. And there is a CRESSent surname, first found in Burgundy with Cressys. Cressents are listed with Creys, and Markhams are said to be from a Crey location in France, clinching Cressys with Cressants. The Tillers share the lion of TAILs/Tailers, which can suggest that the second Cressy / Well tail is just code for Tails/Tailers. Corks use only lion tails in Tailer-lion colors.
The French-Cressy lion has a gold crown, making it suspect as the Levi / Capua/Capone lion. And, Zikers, while Italian Capote's are Capone's too, French Capote's/CHAPPUS' have a Coat version of the Markhams who in-turn have Maplebeck and the Cressys in their write-up. The Markham Coat is used by Guerins minus the Payen/PAGAN Coat that Guerins throw in, and Hugh de Payens married Elizabeth CHAPPES, is that not amazing? But there's more, for Paganells (label, code for La Bels) share the three bends of Cressents and Guerin-like Guerra's in colors reversed. It's verifying that Markhams are Marici / Laevi liners. French Crispins (Parez) share the pomegranate with Cress-like Grazio's, the latter first found in Perusia with the Ottone's who in-turn share the perchevron of Chappes! It verifies that Markhams share the Capote/Chappus' Shield.
? Mont Pilat is at the Forez mountains, and Forez is where Capote's/Chappus' were first found, which is roughly Dauphine, where Payens/Pagans were first found.
Maple's share the Tarves Shield and some of the Chives motto, and Tiller-related Cetins/Chattans share the Tarves fitchee. The Shewas variation of Chives is like "Shaw," and Shaws share the Pellet / Pilotte cups while the Tiller lion has pellets (official name for black roundels) upon it.
The "Audax" motto term of Markhams must be one fir Aude's and the other for Tax's/Dax's/Dachs, for both surnames show only swords, and the Arms of Dachau has a sling SHOT while Shots/Shute's show only swords in the colors of the Tax/Dach swords (suggests that the Arms of Dachau was framed by English speakers). Aude's are also Odde's, in Ottone colors. They named "D'Audeville in the commune de Loiret, arrondisement of Pithiviers," which is near to where the first French Chappes' were first found i.e. probably explains why Ottone's and Chappes' share a symbol. As I see Ottone's from or to Ottone Visconti, it's notable that one Visconti branch, sharing a roosters with Gays (Savoy, same as Aude's/Odde's), were in Shirt-suspect Sardinia. I was on the beach with jeans but no shirt. Visconti titles went to Sforza's (quince flower), whose lion is that also of French Jeans and Becs/Bez's, pretty darned amazing. Visconti's of Sardinia were at Gay-suspect GALLura.
When I reached Miss Hicks in her car, after seeing her without my shirt on, she was HOVERing over the seats. Hovers/Hoffers can be expected with the Sintzenhoffers, who are curiously in the list of variations of Slings (VULTURE). It appears that to the Nazi's (concentration-camp headquarters at Dachau), and that Slings could have been Nazi lovers. I read that a cement factory in northern Israel, founded by a Mr. Pollak, and owned by Germans, at the Megiddo (Armageddon) theater, had a vulture symbol, but Wikipedia removed that statement. Jesus spoke of vultures at Armageddon. Here's from November, 2014: "It floored me to find, with Wikipedia concurring until it removed some of the evidence from its Nesher article, that Nesher means 'vulture'..."
Nesher was founded in 1924 as a workers town for the Nesher Cement factory, established in September 1923 by Michael Pollack, a Jewish industrialist from Russia.
I see that the article has since removed all indications that Neshar was a German company. Why? Why does Wikipedia always thwart the things I say rather than helping out to expose further? There is a bird in the Arms of Nesher that could be a vulture. Pollacks/Pollocks use an "AUDACter" motto term, how amazing for tracing to Dachau! But as that term is also code for Ottone Visconti, who links to Chappes', let's also add that the giant Sling/Sintzenhoffer vulture is in the colors of the giant Joseph martlet. It's also in the colors of the Sintzen fleur, itself in the colors of the fleur of Jeune's, suspect from Junia Caepionis, great granddaughter of Quintus Caepio who is to the Quince's in the quince held by the Sforza lion. The Markhams with the "Audax" term use a version of the Capote/CAPONE Coat, and English Capone's were first found in Cambridgeshire with Jeune's and Chapmans. The Chapman perchevron became suspect in the Crest of News', and the miracle song above was by NEWSboys.
There is a Sintzen-like Sinsen/Zinzan surname (evokes count Zinzendorf), first found in Berkshire with Windsor castle, and using a ROCK on "royal blue." There is an eagle on a rock, reflective of the eagle on a rock in the Arms of Rijeka. The latter's is, in my opinion, the double-headed eagle of Maxwells (ROXburghshire), and Pollocks are a Maxwell sept. Croatia has a Losinj area where I trace the Plock lozenges. Rijeka (near LESCE, Leslie's took Pollock titles by marriage) is in Croatia, and I trace Cravens, who use a version of the RICK Coat, to Croatians, while RIKA/REKA is the alternative name if Rijeka. It appears that Cravens and Ricks trace specifically to Rijeka, and we just saw Rick the plasterman bring use to where we are now, and Plasters share a red boar head with Lesce-like Less'/Lush's/LESKs (Berkshire, yup). But the last update concentrated on Rick and Janet (like "Jane") Spence, and from that it went over to Lady Diana Spencer, who married Windsors and paid the ultimate price for it. Spencers (share the Berkshire Coat were first found in Berkshire. Berkshires / Spencers share a fret with Speccots/Space's, and Specks/Spicks/Spake's/Spocks have the double-headed eagle design of Maxwells.
I want to amaze you more. When I first called Miss Hicks on the phone, her daughter picked up, and handed her the phone, saying, "it's John." Immediately, I heard Miss Hicks say, "DADDY, can you please go pick up some bread?" After she moved away from my area of Texas, I was looking her up online and found that her daughter's surname (she was adopted) was, Daddy. Plus, the two were both singers. I had called her that first time to say I enjoyed her song that morning in church, and she coaxed me into going to church that night by saying that her daughter would be singing (she never did). And she brought me her CD, which I put into the pocket of my SHIRT while I spoke to Mr. Chambers.
So, let's amaze you by going back to the miracle song, "Something Beautiful" (lyrics here). This song pointed heavily to the Hicks dream way back in 1979, 15 years before I first saw her. The chorus: "It's the voice that whispers my name, it's the KISS without any shame, something beautiful, yeah-yeah. Like a SONG that stirs in my head, singing love will take us where something's beautiful." In her first of two songs as I sat beside Miss Hicks at the 9-11 memorial (four days after the Daddy phone call), which evening connected her knee in the Hicks dream, she did a yeah-yeah at the end of a line. When she moved away, she moved into a home owned by Mr. Childs, and the Newsboys song continues: "it's the CHILD on her wedding day, it's the DADDY that gives her away, something beautiful, yeah, yeah". Part of the amazing parts: Daddys share the Pollak/Pollock saltire, and above the Daddy saltire, two, white, crossed swords, the Tax/Dax/Dach symbol. There is even a Wedding surname (Yorkshire, same as Hicks) that, if it had a gold Shield, would be the Hicks Coat in colors reversed.
More. As I've said many times, I was looking at her face when I got to her car. For, as she hovered, she had distress on her face, and I was then instructed to wake her up, which I decided to do Sleeping BEAUTY style, with a kiss. I heard a gentle voice (not quite a whisper, but) behind me say, "What are you waiting for, wake her up." He was telling me it's me she loves. The song above: "It's the voice that whispers my name, it's the KISS without any shame". (The two squirrels are fighting over this morning's crumbs as I write here. Literally, bread crumbs from my baking my own bread yesterday.)
Watch this. The same song: "I've heard it in the silence. SEEN IT ON HER FACE. I've felt it in a long HOUR. Like a SWEET EMBRACE". Hicks use an "HEURE" motto term. As I went to kiss her, my hand grazed her knee, and she popped up into my arms, and, EMBRACED, we rose into the sky. The Face's/Fessys are from the Fieschi of Genova, whom I identify as the Feschs with only two white, crossed swords, the Tax/Dach symbol too. Her adopted daughter's first name is GENEVA, and Genova's are Geneva's too. The Sweets share the same two chevrons as Sewards, and Siward of Northumberland is in the Sword surname with white swords in the colors of the same of Shots/Shute's (sling-shot-of-Dachau line) and Tax's/Dachs. It's clinched: God was not only pointing to Nazi elements with the Hicks dream, but to Mr. Pollak of Neshar, I think. By some coincidence or not, NESHER is near NAZAReth.
Watch this. I've gleaned that Sweets are from Swietoslawa, a name used by the Mieszko's, and here I'll add that Mieszko II Lambert married Rijeka/Rika-like Richeza. Mieszko Lambert is in the Lambert surname, for while Sweets share double-white chevrons with French Lamberts, the Sweet chevrons are in the colors of the one chevron of English Lamberts. I've known for some years that French Lamberts come up as AMBERs. As the writer of the Newsboys song doesn't know heraldry, only God could have provided, "sweet EMBRace," after having put that phrase in my 1979 dream. It not only means that the embrace in the dream is a distinct pointer to Mieszko Lambert, but that Cars are likely sharing the Lambert / Sweet / Seward chevron. Sweet emBRACE." The Mieske's/Mesechs share the armored arm, holding a sword, with Brace's. German Otto's share the black bull head with Mieske's/Mesechs.
Bracebridge's share a vaired Shield with Beach's/Bechs, the latter first found in Hertfordshire with Childs who in-turn share the Piast (Mieszko) eagle with Lorraine's (Mieszko's Lambert married Richeza a Lorraine). Repeat: "it's the CHILD on her wedding day, it's the DADDY that gives her away, something beautiful, yeah, yeah" The sinister-pointing crozier in the Bracebridge Crest connects to the sinister-rising crozier of Odins, and their Oddie branch is in Aude/Odde / Ottone colors.
I have found evidence that Microsoft, or perhaps some other policing agency, can program anyone's computer to fail to find certain words when we search for them in our files, to keep us from educating people as best we can. What sort of guilty people do these things? The globalists, the social engineers in high places. I know I have "Neshar" in my files in years before the only two files that come up when I search for that term. So why doesn't the search feature bring up those earlier files? The same failure was found when mentioning NATO's chief, Rasmussen, in with 666-suspect mythical Mucius. Later, my search feature failed to bring up "Mucius" and "Mucianus." These Internet police are the very ones who don't want you to think that there are conspiracies when they are the ones performing the conspiracies.
The Nazified elements wouldn't want the world to know that they have spies in the Neshar area, with plots against Israel, would they? And as I'm the only one pointing that out, I suppose, they have fixed my search feature and removed a key quote from Wikipedia. So, I've just searched, "cement factory," and the earlier Neshar files did come up probably because the ones who programmed my search feature didn't think to blacklist that phrase. I can now share with you a quote from the 1st update in May, 2012, to educate you properly. The Nesher article:
"The town was called Nesher, Hebrew for vulture, from the Nesher Cement factory, which may have been so named after the German company Geier (vulture in German)." 'May have" is not exactly a hard link to the Geier company, but geier = vulture can be confirmed by the vulture in the Geier Coat.
Why did Wikipedia remove that piece after I shared it in an Armageddon context? Neshar is, after all, at the Megiddo theater. You may have heard of the corruption at Florida's Broward county, where Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a nice German name, rules. She, a Jew, was the head of the Democrat National Committee when Seth Rich was murdered. Wikipedia's Neshar article: "In 2005, the Broward County Jewish Federation established a partnership with Nesher in an effort to create a people-to-people cultural exchange program that includes high school and college student exchanges and video conferencing for events such as school celebrations and concerts" Uh-oh. Wasserman is a Jewish surname with a savage holding fish.
The Geier/GAYer vulture is in Aude colors, and Aude's were first found in Savoys with Gays. Savoys share the Face/Fessy cross, and Feschs share crossed swords with Tax's/Dax's/Dachs. By the way, English Dax's are Ducks while German Lamberts use ducks. As Savoy is near lake Geneva, it could be added that the Geneva/Genova wings are in the colors of the eagle of Fessy-beloved Segni's/Segurana's of Genova, and in the colors of the Geier/Gayer vulture. Gays share the rooster of Galli's, first found in Dauphine with French Lamberts/Ambers. Rooster-using Visconti's were at Gallura, and Ottone Visconti is likely the line to Aude's/Odde's.
Nino Visconti of Gallura was preceded in Gallura by Constantine I, making the Coat of German Matts (Prussia, same as Mieske's/Mesechs), which shares a curved and tall perchevron with Ottone's, suspect with the fleur-de-lys of English Constantine's. Shortly after Constantine, a judge of Gallura was, OTTOcorre. Nino was himself a judge in later times, but not before Lambert of Gallura, Mieszko-interesting because Wikipedia says/said that Dagome, an alternative name of Mieszko I, had his ancestry traced, by someone, to Sardinia. I've not understood that until seeing the quote below, this day. I traced "Piast" to "Pisa," and the Gallura rulers of this time period paid respects to Pisa. It suggests a connection of Pisa's Mosca's to Mieszko's. On Lambert: "Lamberto Visconti di Eldizio (died 1225) was the Judge of Gallura from 1206, when he married the heiress Elena, to his own death. He was a member of the Visconti family of Pisa." I've not seen this before. As French Constantine's/Constance's were first found in Languedoc with Conte's/COMITES, note Comita of Gallura in the 12th century. It's easy to see that "VisCONTI" was a Wishart-roughly merger with Comita liners to Conte's/Conti's.
English Conte's were first found in Durham, and Durhams share the stars of French Lamberts (Dauphine, same as Galli's), and throw in a couple of dolphins used by the Arms of Dauphine. Piast-Mieszko myth as per their Goplo mouse tower was told by GALLUS Anonymous, and German Gallus'/Galle's share the rooster of Goplo-line Kopple's. Italian Gallus' (Sforza lion?) were first found in Tuscany with Pisa. Italian Galli's were first found in Rome with Sforza's and Rita's, and the latter's lion is used by GERARDs, suspect with this: "Constantine I was the Giudice of Gallura from probably before 1065 to sometime before 1100. He was probably a member of the GHERARDeschi family of Pisa and governed Gallura on behalf of the Republic." Is that a Gayer line?
Just go ahead and see the proto-Windsors in the Other/Otter write-up: "... descended from the celebrated Castellan of Windsor, William FitzOther, son of Otherus, the Duke of Lombardy [Milan], the great Norman land owner at the time of the Conquest, who was also scion of the Fitzgeralds, the GERARDS [!} and the Windsors". The Windsors were from Ottone Visconti of Milan!!! Why don't Windsors tell us??? Bad, bad, bad. I didn't know until now, at least not in this clinchable way. Others/Otters were first found in Huntingdonshire with Fenders (otter), and while the latter were suspect with the motto of Woods, the Rita lion holds "pieces of wood." The Rita's share the rare, curved bend with the Arms of Saxony and German Wettins. English Wettins share buckles with Guys. Fenders put the Aude/Odde sword, I gather, through their otter.
French Mallets use the three Wettin buckles in colors reversed, and English Mallets are in Comet / Comine's colors and format. Mallets traced recently to a location on Mallet-like Malta.
Now we know why English Constantine's were first found in Berkshire with Windsor castle. Windsors are from Sardinians, that is, and that's where I trace Seleucids. The Berkshire fret is shared by AUDleys, can we believe it?
The English Constantine's and their suspected Matt kin (share lys) must be from the Cavii of Lissus and the Mattis river, and Chives' share their quadrants with Huntingdonshire's Taylards. The latter are said to have been close to Chapells, and Chapelle's (with final 'e') were first found in Forez with Capote's/CHAPPUS' while Ottone's share the Chappes perchevron! Zinger. Windsors look like Caiaphas liners too, bad bad bad. Chapells look like they use a chaplet while Chaplets share the swan of French Josephs.
Visconti's are suspect from the Sicilian Guiscards because they are also WISharts (Stirling, same as Chappes'/Cheaps), and it just so happens that Stirlings use more buckles. The Guiscards of Sicily were from Tancred, and Tancreds share a version of the Sardinia-suspect Shirt Coat. Recall my jeans and no shirt, for Jeans share the red scallop of Tancreds (Yorkshire, same as red-scallop Pullens).
Aha! Reines' (Bavaria) use a so-called comet and the COUNTERchanged Pisa lion in colors reversed, and Counters are listed with Conte's/Comites! No explanation needed, but it does prove that it's the Pisa lion. The Raines' (with an 'a') can therefore be with the Pisa lion in someone else's colors, such as the Rothes'.
There is Dutch Geyer/Guyer/Gayer surname in Sling-vulture colors. Vulture-using Geyers/Gayers were first found at PADEborn, and English Pade's/Petts have mascles in colors reversed from the similar lozenges of Dutch Geyers/Gayers. The Pade/Pett stork can link to the Storkhouse location of Odins, and I read of a mythical stork owned by OETTINGen-Oettingen. The Pade/Pett mascles are in the colors of the Quince mascles, and Quince's had merged with the Sforza's i.e. kin of the Ottone-Visconti line. Quince's use seven mascles on red, and English Guys use seven mascles/lozenges on red too, in the same pattern. Ottone's were first found in Umbria with GUY of Spoleto, and, thanks to the buckles of Spoltons/Spauldings, French Guys (buckles) can be traced to Guy of Spoleto.
Guy of Spoleto is said by his Wikipedia article to have died at the Taro river, and God gave us an event in my life where I POKED (Pollock allusion) a puck (Pucks share Ottone Coat, almost) across the goal line. The puck had come to rest on the line from the slap SHOT of Steve Tarr. Stevens, first found in Gloucestershire with Visconti-related Guys, have a perchevron in the colors of the same of Puck-related Ottone's!!! As Poke's are listed with Pollacks, and Pucks look like a Poke branch, it could appear that Peter Pollock was a relative of Ottone Visconti, as even the "AUDacter" motto term of Pollocks can indicate.
I almost forget: Shots/Shute's use a Geier-like "guerre" motto term!!! That was known since back in 2012, clinching the Geier cement factory of Mr. Pollack with sling shot in the Arms of Dachau. Give praise to God for the way that He set that up, and for His enemies trying to hide this thing, for if there was nothing to it, they wouldn't be trying. The full Shot/Shute motto, "Fortune de guerre," translating as the fortunes of war. Ask Armageddon how true or false that is. There's no Goal surname, but there is a Goel suspect with Joels, the latter first found in Wiltshire with Shots/Shute's!!! You see, Intelligent Design. Joel's are suspect as Julians, and German Julians were first found in Saxony with vulture Geiers/Geyers while the French Julian Chief is also the Chief of Gay-branch Galli's.
German Stevens even have a near-copy of the Tarr Coat, suggesting strongly that God named Steven Tarr at birth to make these points stand out. The German Steven Coat is that of GARlands/Gerlands, first found in PERTHshire, near Pollocks' Rothes castle, and possibly the reason for the Pert variation of Pade's/Petts.
Neshar was founded by MICHAEL Pollack. It recalls the my recent yellow-mattress dream in which Michael appeared, which I repeat because Yellows share the fesse of Dutch Geyers/Gayers, and because Michaels were first found in Surrey with English Lamberts and Rutlands. Pollock-related Watsons were at Rutland. Rutlands are said to be from Mitcham of Surrey, and while there is a separate Mitcham surname, Michaels are also Mitchams. Italian Garins use three of the Yellow / Geyer fesses, in the colors of the three Levi chevrons. German Garins/Geurs/Gorings were first found in Saxony with vulture-using Geiers/Geyers/Gayers. French Garins are the Guerins sharing the Coat of Markhams who in turn have the Cressys that trace with the Crispin pomegranate to the Grazio's (rooster), first found in the same place as Ottone's.
I almost missed it: Dutch Geyers/Gayers share the Plock lozenges!!! Wow. How can that be a coincidence unless God set it up? I mean, some Pollack from Russia sets up a Nesher factory named after a vulture, and meanwhile Geyers use the vulture because the term means, vulture, while Geyers were kin of Pollacks. Did God, or Pollack, arrange for these things? The Geyer / Yellow fesse is colors reversed in the Coat of Michaels that throws in some gold mascles, the color of the Pade/Pett lozenges. Petts can be from Peter Pollock because English Peters use gold mascles in both colors of the Pade/Pett mascles! Zinger. Geiers/Geyers, the vulture from Padeborn.
Recall VULTURE-like Hubert WALTER of Kent's Wrotham, in the Rothes write-up. Pade's/Petts (and Petits) were first found in Kent. German Walters have a form of the German Michael Coat! No human could have arranged that, but God alone. English Walters have a version of the Dutch Geyer/Gayer Coat, with possibly the bend of Yellow-suspect Jells. Armageddon is the winepress of God's WRATH, and Rothes' come up as, "Wrath."
German Walters were first found in Silesia, which recalls the trace of the Spey river at Rothes castle to the Spree river of Lusatia. The Arms of Spree-Neisse share the red antler with the Mieszko line of Casimir. The red antler was the symbol of BADEN's Veringers, which should explain the Baddenville in the Rothes write-up.
Are you familiar with the corner of a hockey stick's tip? That's what poked the puck into the net as I slide by the net on my knees. There is no other name for the event than a poke. I crashed into the BOARDS. The Bench cleared and PILEd on top of me because it was the WINNING goal with less than a minute to play in the game. There is a Winning surname sharing eight martlets around the BORDer of the Shield with BOARDs, and Borders, I kid you not, first found in Somerset with Broads and Tarrs, use giant, white-on-red, crossed swords, the Tax/Dach symbol!!! Wow. I have told about this board crashing before, but this heraldry is new here. I've never looked up Winners, as per this event, until now. I had never before linked the event to Dachau liners because Tax's/Dachs are relatively new to me. I'm not making this event up; here's from the 1st update in 2015:
We got to the semi-finals, and, late in the third period, with the score tied at 2 each, S. Tarr and I got a two-on-one rush. He shot instead of passing to me; the puck hit the goalie, bounced over his elbow, and came to a stop smack on the goal line. It was not yet a goal, and with the goalie sprawled on the ice way out of his net, there came me eyeing the puck in the clear open in the process of stopping on the line. I was so taken by this (with the score tied late) that my knees gave out. Sliding in toward the puck, I gave it a poke with the tip of the stick, which hit the puck dead on with the bottom corner of the stick's blade. If I had missed the puck with the first jolt, it would have not been a goal, for I was coming in too fast for a second try, and I slid hard into the boards behind the net. The bench cleared with everyone piled on top of me in celebration. We went on to win the championship. While this was all very exciting [thank you, Lord, sweet set-up] for a 12-year-old in his first year of organized hockey, I realized a couple of years ago that it was one of the many vivid things in my past that would become part of filling the pieces in my dragon hunt. It was roughly a couple of years ago when it dawned on me to link the Puck surname to the Tarrs due to that event. I don't recall how Tarrs could relate to Pucks, but, in the last update, I discovered the Taro...
I didn't yet know that Ananes Gauls lived on the Taro. The Ananes are expected to be of the Annas surname, first found in Nottinghamshire with some Bench's. The Bench Coat (frets, same as Syphax-suspect Specotts/Space's) is a version of the Spencer / BERKshire Coat, and Spencers got suspect in the last update with Syphax of Numidia, who tried to conquer Hannibal's kingdom when the latter was off fighting the war of Trebia i.e. at the Taro theater. Hannibal's father, Barca, is suspect with BERKshire. My hunch had been that HANNibal put all that massive effort together, in marching through France to surprise the Romans, because his name was related to Ananes; we went to save the Ananes from the Romans, that is. The Bench surname looks related to the Rhodes without doubt. The bench cleared and PILEd on top of me, a Mace liner, and the Pile piles are in the colors of the one pile of Bench-like Bechs/Beach's. The "Virtus" motto term of Bench's has been resolved with Vardys/Virtys (Fier crosses, share VAIR fur with Bechs/Beach's), rulers of FERTE-MACE (Masseys thereof share the Vere/Vair quadrants). The Ferte eagle can be that of Spicks/Specks. Masseys are from the Massena Numidians, aren't they? Masci's use a version of the Massena Coat.
I can remember nothing on the ice of the championship game except one of my two goals. I do remember that Tarr (superstar material) got four goals. It looks like a Set-up to stress Tarrs again. On my first goal, Tarr was trying to skate around a defenceman at the corner of the boards. He was virtually sandwiched into the BOARDS, do you get it? God was verifying the pointer in this update to Dachau. I find it incredible that not one other thing in that important game has stuck to my memory, not even the celebrations at the end of the game. I don't remember one second while I was on the bench watching the game. NOTHING, just that one PASS from the corner from Tarr.
If you've ever played hockey, you might know what a sweet pass is, one that can be handled easily. I watched him skate around the defenceman toward the net, and surprised to see me there alone, he send me a sweetly-crafted pass, easy to redirect high over McGee's knee pad as he kicked it out to block it. Score 1-0 for the good guys. But I recall nothing else. The Pass/Pascal surname, the point is, much like the Bench surname, with possibly a cross version of the Annan saltire. Tarrs were first found in the same place as Trents/Trans', and while one Walsh surname has a "TRANSfixus" motto term, Scottish Walsh's/WALCH's use a version of the BENJamin Coat, which, I think, tends to assure that I have correctly included the bench-clearing event as per God's pointing to Benjamite-suspect Bench's. Scottish WALKers share the three pale bars of German Stevens.
What's that lamb doing on the Pass/Pascal cross? Why, it's the Lambert lamb, of the Sweet line that includes the Sewards (Mosca leopard?) -- the Sword bloodline, that is, in the Border Coat. Sweets were first found in Somerset with Tarrs and Trents/TRANS', and while Siward is in the Seward write-up as a son of a Dane, Biorn, the Borns use a "TRANScunt" motto term. Pass'/Pascals just happen to share the Terrent/Tarent eagle, and moreover the Borns share a red tower with Murena's. As the Childs play into the Terentia-Murena picture, it's probably relevant that they are in the colors and format of Sweets, for the Piast eagle is the Child eagle too. Swietoslawa, daughter of Mieszko I and DOBRawa, married a Dane king. Lambert's son, Casimir I, had a daughter, Swietoslawa. Siward ruled NorthUMBERland, where Pile's were first found.
The bench cleared and piled on me, and, in case it applies, Clears are listed with Clairs who share the leopard with Sewards. In fact, Irish Clairs share five, white ostrich feathers with the Arms of Traby while the Taro is right-near the Trebia. The same feathers are in the Caen/Cann Crest while Cunninghams use a shakeFORK symbol and a "fork" motto term. Swietoslawa married the Danish king, FORKbeard. The Seward write-up has Siward of Northumberland in the Orkneys, where a Henry SinCLAIR ruled. The Clear/Clair leopard can be in the canton of Geers/Gere's (mascles), first found in Suffolk with Clare's. Two Geer surnames may have the blue Gar lion, but as the German Geer lion is in the colors of the same of the Kent Masons/Massins, note that Clare's of Kent married Meschins.
In the goal on McGee from the pass, it was on a backHAND shot, There's no other name for it in hockey. It was just in recent days when thinking, for the first time, that the hand symbol of Hollys/CULLINs is from CILNeus Maecenas, tending to show that he was a Mucianus branch, from the mythical hand symbol of Romans. This pays excellently to Terentia Murena, for she came to topic with the Pass/Pascal surname, is that not amazing? And I am a Masci liner who took the pass and the backhand. I even trace Bachs/Backs to Hyksos pharaoh, Apachnas, whose household I have claimed was the proto-Masci's. In fact, APACHNas liners may have named the Picensii Illyrians who smack of Picenze, my mother's place of birth.
One of the Puck surnames shows only right hands. Pucks can be Apachnas liners. And here we can go to the Line surname that shares crossed spears with Pasi's/Pascels, almost the Pass'/Pascals! His slap shot had come to rest on the goal LINE. I POKEd it in as it sat nicey on the goal line, a gift from Heaven, and I have been tracing VesPASia Polla to Pasi's/Pascels for years with great evidence leading to PASleys/Paisleys at the Pollock / SPEER theater, and Speers/Spears even share crossed spears. More crossed spears are used by Italian Pili's/Pilotti's. The guys piled on me, the only thing missing was the Stanley Cup, but Pilotte's use cups, anyway. Poke's are listed with Pollocks, and so there was Intelligent Design with the puck on the goal line. Irish Hands/Glavins, whose lozenges are also those of Plocks, have at least one variation looking like a variation in the Sword write-up. English Hands were first found in Cheshire with Pace's (Pasi's are Pace's too).
[I almost missed it. Hours after writing here, I got around to loading the spear-liner Line's to recall that they use annulets in colors reversed from the Puck / Ottone annulets! That deserves more than one exclamaton. Give God some praise. Can you make a puck stop on a goal line, from a slap shot, using only your will power, just to make this point? How does God do it? How could He stop that puck? How could he arrange for it to bounce off the goalie, loop over his head, bounce and slide on slippery ice, then make it stop right there on this three-inch line, without even touching the puck? Is God worthy of our devotion? Line's (share "virescit" with Stewarts) use a "Semper" motto term, and Sempers are Pierre = Peter liners.]
As Pollocks were at Glasgow, while Glasgows can be linked to Lets/Late's/Leits and Latto's/Lords, let's add that the Plock / Hand/Glavin lozenges are those also of Leats, not forgetting that they are also those of Moray's Thomas Randolph, giving the distinct impression that Thomas married, or was descended from, a line from Peter Pollock that was itself joined to Leats. The Scottish Kids use an "impLEAT" motto term as well as the Moray stars. Emailer Pollock mentioned to me Arbroath a few times, and that's where Kids were first found. English Kidds were first found partly in Northamptonshire with Lord-related Ladys and the Quinces with mascles in colors reverse from the similar lozenges of Leats / Plocks / Hands/Glavins. Pollocks of Rothes castle married Watt-related Watsons, and the Scottish Kids share a tree with item hanging off of it with watts, Vatts and LOT-branch Lothians (first found near Rothes).
Another point not yet made is that while the father of the Pollocks lived in Shropshire, it's also called slap-like Salop. Look at that comparison. "Slap shot" then means Pollock at Dachau and Pollack at Neshar. Why would God want to point at this? Is someone worse than Hitler coming? Are Americanized Nazi's about to persecute His people? Suddenly, I don't feel very celebrational. Why am I celebrating these finds with exclamation marks?
Scottish Kids were first found at Dundee. Using their motto, I traced "Kid" to "CETis/Citis" before knowing that Dundee's use a lily in the colors of the Cetis lily. Houseofnames has several lily designs, and the one used by Dundee's is in the Chadwick Crest. The lilies above are all in the colors of the Joel lilies, and we saw why my goal could have been a pointer to Joels. I was a KID when crashing into the BOARDs when poking the WINNING GOAL into the net off of Tarr's slap shot, and so watch all of this. ArBROATH could be a branch of Broads, and I'll tell you why soon. First, repeat: "There is a Winning surname sharing eight martlets around the BORDer of the Shield with BOARDs, and Borders, I KID [look at choice of words] you not, first found in Somerset with Broads and Tarrs, use giant, white-on-red, crossed swords, the Tax/Dach symbol!!!" Boards use a version of the CHADwick Coat and while I was in SKATES at the time, CHADs share the potent cross of Skate's. Chads and Skate's were first found in Norfolk with Bench-like Benjamins.
Winnings have a good reflection of the Rutherford Coat, and Rothers/Ruths are listed with Randolphs of Moray, suggesting linkage to Peter Pollock. ESCHYNa de Molle's daughter married Robert, Peter's brother, which tends to explain why ESKINs/Erskins were first found in Renfrewshire with Pollocks. The Eskins/Erskins (white sword) share a black-on-white pale bar with Broads. The Winning symbol is called an "orle BORDER" by both Rutherfords and Rutlands.
Next, the "decus" motto term of Chadwicks looks Dachau-possible. Whether it's for the Deckes surname, or something similar, Deckes' are listed with Decans, first found in Rutland with Watsons. The white-on-blue lilies above are used by Waterfords too, and the motto in the Arms of Country Waterford loves neighboring Deise, which is a surname listed with Dyke-like Dice's.
Pollock Links To Baths and their Baden Elements
Deckes'/Decans (same as Deacon Coat) use the Rhodes Coat, essentially, and then the bench cleared when I got that winning goal while Bench's can be gleaned with a version of the Rhodes Coat, for both surnames use a "meum" motto term, and both surnames were first found in Yorkshire. It just so happens that the Randolphs (bat) of Moray share the Bath cross while Baths use the Rhodes / Deckes/Decan Coat in colors reversed, and moreover Baths were first found in Somerset (location of two Axe rivers) with Tarrs, Boards, Borders and with the BADENs/BATTins sharing the axe with Deacons and Deckes'/Decans. The Rothes' are said to have been in neighboring Devon, where one Axe river ends up, and one Rothes member was "Geoffrey de Wrotham of BADDENville."
There is a second Deckes surname listed with Scottish Dyke's (Cumberland, same as Daggers/Dacre's), which recalls another Dyke surname sharing the red squirrel with Decks/Daggers. Deckes'/Dyke's are said to be from Dutton, and Duttons share the Berkshire / Spencer Shields, yet it's very close to the Bench Coat too. Dice's are Diss', who named Diss, a location beside Eye, and Badens/Battins use the eye. Diss is at the Norfolk-Suffolk border, and Norfolk is where Dutton- / Daddy-like Dade's/Dadeys/Deeds were first found who use a garb version of the Diss/Dice Coat. Daddys are the ones with the Pollock saltire.
Now watch. Deeds are in the motto of Flemings who, I've read, own the double-tressure border. Flemings do show that border in a different shade of red than their chevron. It's part-code for Tresure's, first found in Somerset with Borders. The Tresure chevron is likewise not the normal red color. It seems clear that Flemings had merged with both Tresure's and Borders, and while the crossed swords of Daddys had become suspect with the same of Tax's/Dachs, we now come to the same of Borders, in both colors of the Tax/Dach swords. The Daddys are tending to verify the Pollock merger with Tax's/Dachs.
There's a Seaton location at the end of the Axe river in Devon, and as Seatons share the double-tressure border, the green Tresure dragon must be the green Seaton dragon, which is breathing FLAMES, we get it. Place your bets on whether TRESure's are of the Terres variation of Tarrs, first found in Somerset. Yup, that's right. Steve Tarr's slap shot, and the Shots/Shute's, who link to Dachau's Arms, use a "guerre" motto term for, I think, the vulture line to Michael Pollack's Nesher.
Next, Terres-like Tracys were loaded. One of two Tracy surnames shares red-on-gold bendlets with Plocks, and both Tracys are said to be from lords of Barnstaple, in Devon, beside Tarrs and where some Rothes elements lived that could surely be from Peter Pollock. Barnstaple's share a version of the STEVENson bend-with-items, yup, and it's in the colors of the Jewish-Pollock bend too. Stevensons were first found in Northumberland with Sword-liner Siward of Northumberland. It's as though God wanted to link Tarrs to Pollocks, whose English fortunes started in slap-like Salop. And when his slap shot came to rest on the goal line, in came my STICK to pollock it into the net. Sticks were first found in Somerset too, and, guess what? They share three garbs in gold, and in the same positions, as the Dade's/Dadeys/Deeds, the one's beloved by Flemings.
Why did Miss Hicks tell "daddy" to go out and get some bread when she picked up the phone to talk to me? Should we assume a Hicks link to Daddy / Dade/Deed elements? It's interesting that Dade's/Deeds are almost in the colors and format of Hicks. The Tracys use a black scallop, the color of the Hykes/Hack scallop, and Hykes'/Hacks were first found in Devon with Tracys. IN FACT, let me repeat that Chives', who are linkable to Hykes'/Hacks by their Shield, were previously said to be first found in Devon, but are now said to be first found in TARves, is that not beautiful? It tends to show that Tarrs / Tresure's were a Tarves branch, and Tarves is not far from Rothes castle. One Tracy Coat is exactly that of Maddens, and Chives are from the Cavii about the Madden-like Mat/Mathis river.
Though in different colors, Tresure's, Tarves' and Albins/Aubins (Barnstaple) all use fitchees, and the SHEERS/Shere's use them in the colors of the Tarves fitchees. Sheer-like Sure's/Shure's are in the motto of Scottish Kilpatricks, and Miss Hicks is Mrs. Kilpatrick. Irish Kilpatricks/SHEERA's use another green dragon, and so just look at "tresSURE." Again, Tresure's share the fitchee with Tarves', and the latter use them in the colors of the Sheer/Shere fitchees. On top of this Tarves-like Travers/Travis' share white-on-black scallops with Hykes'/Hacks. The Albins/Aubins are said to be from St. TAURin in EURE, and Hicks use a "heure" motto term. Taurin-like Tarns/Turins ("AUDentes") were first found in Aberdeenshire with Tarves, and Turin of Italy is smack beside Chives-line Chivasso. It now appears that the Taro river was related to the namers of Turin and to Tarvisium/Treviso. Tarns/Turins share three boar heads fessewise with Tarves- and Chives-related Maple's, and as the Pollock boar is brown (version of gold), like the gold boar heads of Tarns/Turins, it's notable that while Aberdeenshire is beside Rothes, the Tarn/Turin bend is in the colors of the Plock bendlets.
Maple's use a "sed" motto term as do Seaton-like Sedans. This is a thing I missed when on the Markhams ("AuDAX") of MAPLEbeck, that French Sedans/Sidons/CESARs share the Markham / Capote Coat. As the latter share red roses in Chief with CAESARs, it speaks for itself. Sedans/Cesars were first found in Languedoc with French Julians, and English Sedans use "sino" while Julian-branch Gullys and Julian-branch Gulls (Kent, same as Caesars) both use "sine." Gullys share the cross of English Julians, and Gulls have the six pale bars of German Julians, and the latter throw in the Seaton crescents in colors reversed.
Next, a stunning, new realization. I was wondering whether the poking the puck into the NET was code for Pollock-liner Rothschilds, for they are kin of Natts/Nathans and Nations/Nathans. The Natts/Nathans use a Shield similar to that of Nitts/Naughts, first found in Dumfries with the Nith river, McGee's and Patents/PADyns. Reminder, the other goal, from Tarr's pass, went over the KNEE PAD of Jim McGee. Kirkcudbrightshire, where Nets/KNIGHTs were first found, has an eastern border on the Nith (river of Kilpatrick castle). Nets/Knights use a "duRUM" motto term while Rums/Rome's were first found in Dumfries. This is how Knights became suspect with Knee's, making me wonder where "Gee" was a Knee branch. Plus, there was a knee involved with Mrs, Kilpatrick in the old dream. McGee's use more white swords, in the colors of the Tax / Border / Shot swords.
I plocked the puck into the net, so to speak. I've put it that way because Plocks are said to have named PlugeNETT. It looks like a Pollock merger with Nets/Knights. Nations/Nathans use comPASSes, and we saw that Line's share the crossed spears with Pasi's/Pascels, likely a branch of Pass'/Pascals. One Kilpatrick Chief is also that of Panico's, first found in Bologna with Pasi's/Pascels. The Panico-branch Pings/Pungs/Paganells are in "pungit" motto term of the Rums/Rome's in-turn in the Net/Night motto. Just look at that.
Netts/Natbys (two t's) have the Travis/Tarves Shield exactly. They share the white boar head with McGee's. The latter are said to be Geths too, which convinces me that this is not a Knee branch. Geths are obviously from the Geds of the Nith river, a known branch of Geddes'. The "punGIT" motto term (of Net/Night relatives) looks to speak to the Geds. [When writing here, I had not yet added the insert above at the first Newsboys song, wherein the Geds worked into the discussion.] The Ged motto ("Durat") loves the Rats/Raids, first found in Nairn with Geddes. While writing the lest sentence, I sang, "my heart is on its knees," from a song, "Be Born in Me" (Francesca Battistelli). Ahhhhhh, I was just looking a long time at the Born Coats, stumped to see what God might be saying with that song, but as the chorus sang, "Be born in ME," I recalled that Mea's/MEE's share the McGee boar heads!!! God is making me laugh and laugh.
The next song on my play list is now playing, "I NEED Thee Every Hour" (by Selah), and I did look up Needs about a half hour ago to see if Knee's had a Night-like Need branch. In any case, I think what God just said is that Knee's are a branch of McGee's, not the other way around. Theory: first the Geds on the Nith (before 400 AD) developed from Geta (3rd century AD), then the Geths/Gee's, and then the Knee's...and after that Canute's, Cnuts/Knots, Naughts and Knights may all have been branches with Ged liners. English Knights (share a spur with Close's from the Nith's Closeburn) show an old Nith-like term. They say that Canute named Nottingham, and that's where Nations/Nathans and Mea's/Mee's were first found. Geddes' love the Majors, and Majors love the Anger-branch Anchors while Danish Cnuts have pot HANGERs. Angers share the escarbuncle with Hangers. Majors might even be from the Meigh variation of Mea's/Mee's.
To help prove that The "DURat" motto term is partially for Dure's, Doors, first found in Fife with Geds, are in the colors and format of Geds. The Doors use leopard faces while Face's share the Mea/Mee cross. Leopard faces are used by Caens along with the Taff fretty in colors reversed, and Taffs love the Segni's, as does the Face motto, while Mea's are in the Taff motto too. "Geddes" is suspect from "Cetis," as is the Caen motto term, "liCITIS" (Lice's use leopard faces), and Patricks, to be expected with Geds on the Nith, are said to have been from near Caen. Tilley (of the Tile's) near Caen is suspect with the namer of QuadraTILLa, queen of Cetis. Taffs were first found in Louth while Louths/LYDE's share the black wolf with Quadratilla-line Quade's. Lydds are in the write-up of Rothes, i.e. the latter from beside the Geddes', and Little's/Lyddels are said to have had a branch near the Nith.
The Ged and Geddes fish can now be traced to the Fish surname, and with that, to the Pierce's/Piers who share the wavy Fish chevron. As Pierce's are a branch of Leavell-related Percivals, we just go to the Cary castle of Leavells to find the Carys (Somerset, same as Percivals, Pierce's, Leavells) with a rose version of the Rothes Coat, too excellent because Rose's were near Rothes and likely of it. Thus, it's a Peter-Pollock connection to Laevillus of Cetis down in Somerset, yet Scottish Leavells were first found in Roxburghshire with a slew of Pollock-connectable surnames such as Maxwells, Maxtons, Rutherfords and Mole's. Roxburgh is at the Bernicia theater, where the Percival bears go. Carys even share the swan in Crest with a Peter and Peterson surname.
I've not stressed the Rothes write-up before. I'm getting a lot out of it. I've only repeated that Rothes of Shropshire link to Peter Pollock. But suddenly there's a wealth of links. The Fish's share the Coat (minus the wavy feature) of Vaughns ("reverTAR), first found in Shropshire, and as the Glove's (near Rothes) use a version of the Vaughn Coat, it takes us to the gloves of Sions/SWANs at the Glasgow theater, but also to the glove's of Fane/Van-like Vaughns (Rothes colors), whom I say were fundamental to king Arthur's wife, checking out where Vaughns have a version of the Pendragon Coat. The Pendragon-related Dragons/Drainers then link to Kent's Mynetts, and Rothes' were at Kent's Baddenville while Badens/Battens were in Somerset.
Knowing now that Fane's/Vans were to the Fontana's, we take the "fountains" of Cass'/Cash's and Laevillus-liner Kiss'/Cush's, and assume that they were from "CASimir," the Mieszko-Lambert line to Veringers of Baden. I can even glean now that the "horns" (description doesn't tell the animal) in the Crest of Baden-like Bidens/Buttons -- said to have been at Somerset's Bath (traces to Moray Randolphs) -- are of the Buffalo horns owned by Zahringers of Baden. The only buffalo head I know of are from German Pohls/Pohlands (Silesia, probably the Mieske bull head), suggesting a Pollock branch. French Pohls/Pole's probably have the sword of Pollock-beloved Aude's because its held by the same lion as Sforza's. Poole is between Somerset and the Hampshire Bidens/Buttons.
I have just noticed that houseofnames has done me a great disservice by changing the Rothes write-up to read that the surname was first found in Kent, without mention of Shropshire. For ten years until now, Rothes were first found in Shropshire, which clinched them with Peter Pollock. Nevertheless, it helps to have this emphasis in Devon, where Walerans and Hoods were first found. Leavells are not only kin of Walerans, but the latter share the black bull head with Mieske's, which is another way to link Pollocks to Lupus.
Where the Hicks dream was about the Beauty connection to the Waleran bulls, it was supported where Miss Hicks stood at the HOOD of a CAR, the car suspect with Cary castle in that picture. Hoods and Pollocks are both suspect with Hiedlers/Hitlers. Heids, first found in Bavaria with the Rothes/Rothschilds sharing the raven with Peters, use a bend colors reversed from the Rothes bend, and put an arrow upon it, the Rothschild and the Pollock symbol. The Pollocks put the arrow into their boar, and proto-Rothschild Bauers were a branch of boar-head Burleys/Bourleys, I gather from their sharing green Shields with Bowers (Arms of Rothschild), and Burleys/Bourleys were, once again, first found in Somerset.
If we go back to Mynetts, the line to Amyntes (who descendants would shortly after him marry Laevillus of Cetis), we come to his son, ARTEMidoros, very traceable to Artems of Berwickshire, where Arthurs were first found. Artems use a rose version of the Pollock-related Bath Coat, which is a version of the Rothes-like Rhodes Coat. Roddens/Rodhams, linkable to the Rothschilds/Roddensteins who share the Heid arrow, share the bend of Jewish Pollocks. Mynetts are said to be from Cotes-du-Nord with Morte's/Motts (in code with "Le Morte d'Arthur," a myth), kin of Deaths/Darths of the king-Arthur line, and both latter surnames share the crescent of Huberts and Glove's, the latter being kin of Fane's/Vans i.e. king Arthur's wife. Huberts use a version of the Rothes Coat because Rothes are said to be from Hubert Walter. "...'the grandson of Geoffrey de Wrotham of Baddenville, near Wrotham in Kent, a domestic servant of several archbishops of Canterbury, including Hubert Walter, who gave him lands near Wrotham, Kent...'" Canterburys, first found in Kent, show only ravens, the Rothes symbol.
The Others/Otters are in the otter of Balfours. There is talk online, much probably buried by Google, on Arthur Balfour, a satanist prime minister of Britain in cahoots with Rothschilds and Rhodians. It I recall correctly, the Balfour Crest is a baton, and Batons/Bats, first found in Cornwall (near Badens/Battins and bat-line Baths) with Bogans, use the black bat of the Moray Randolphs. It's got the Rothes' all over it, especially as French Batons have roses. English Bugs (share bougets with Rose's), in Bogen/Bogan/Buger colors, have another bat while German Bugs share the Rothes raven. Clearly, Rothes' loved the Baths / Bats. The ancient Caucasian Bats (around Batumi) lived at/near Rhodopolis.
One can see why God put emailer Pollock into my heraldry life. It's all about Rothschild, Rhodian and Rockefeller history. The Hubbards, with a version of the Hubert Coat, share the annulet of the Roxburghshire Walsh's, who share the brown tree stump with Rodhams/Roddens and RUTland's Watsons. Irish Walsh's ("sed") share the swan with Peter's, and it's pierced with an arrow, as is the Pollock boar. Arrows/Arras' are Artois elements, we get it, but they also have a Coat reflective of the Scottish Walsh's. The Walsh arrow is red, as is the Heid arrow. The "TransFIXus" motto term of Irish Walsh's gets the Fix's/Ficks who share the fleur-de-lys of Arrows/Arras'. The "sed" motto term, shared by Irish Walsh's led earlier to Sedans/Cesars and Caesars (Kent), making the line of Julius Caesar suspect with the naming of Casimir, for I still expect Caesars to have named Khazars, and Varangians of Kiev (to Veringers of Baden) once had a relationship with Khazars.
The Berne elements of Zahringers go to Berwickshire (home of Artems/Aitons and Aids/Ade's), and then there is also Barnstaple of Devon, with Barnstaple's ("mort") having a Coat version of the Stevensons, the latter first found in Northumberland with Rodhams/Roddens whose bend they share. These Stevensons use a version of the Aid/Ade Coat, and the latter's is a reflection of the Rodham/Rodden Coat. The Aids are likely branch of the Aiton variation of Artems who in-turn share a rose-version of the Bath Coat. Bath's trace to Randolphs of Moray, and the other Stevensons share the Moray stars. There are links all over the place, and Stevensons are suspect with Stephantsminda over in the Alania / Khazar theater. I have read that Khazars were founded at/near Stephantsminda. If I recall correctly, the ARDON river is in Alania, and this can explain why Pollocks were with the Dol Alans.
The "sed" motto term of Walsh's goes together with their swan to Sion/Sitten, where Sed-line Seatons/Sittens trace. It's a little interesting that the black cinquefoil is shared between Sedans ("sino sed") and Rodhams/Roddens. Sedans were at western Yorkshire area along with Dents (SEDburgh) who in-turn have a version of the Rothes Coat. (The "dono" motto term, and the black BORDER (uh-oh), of Sedans has traced them to Pharnaces of the Pontus. Sedans are said to have been in Lancashire, where black-border Parrs (compare with Dons) and black-border Furness' were first found.)
The colors and format of Irish Welsh's is that of Kennedys and the Arms of Carrick which the latter use. This is how one can know that Kennedys are from the Kennati priests of Cetis, for Carricks are from Proculus Charax, son of Laevillus with Quadratilla, herself from the line of Amyntes, he being from Mynetts who share the Irish-Kennedy helmet. The Helms once again use a version of the Rothes Coat, and German Helms have a giant helmet.
I trace Kilpatricks to Nysa of Cappadocia, daughter of Pharnaces of the Pontus. The Kilpatricks and the Patricks share the black saltire with PATERnosters, and the latter have a version of the Kennedy Coat. Paternosters were first found in Berkshire, which is where those rulers of Sardinia's Gallura are now to be traced. One of those rulers was Constantine, and Pendragon myth has a Constantine character, maybe more than one while Pendragons share the June fleur while Constantine's (Berkshire) share the Jeune fleur. Pendragon was given an Uther first name as code for the Others/Otters, the proto-Windsors from a Gerald. Repeat: "Constantine I was the Giudice of Gallura from probably before 1065 to sometime before 1100. He was probably a member of the GHERARDeschi family of Pisa and governed Gallura on behalf of the Republic."
Repeat: "... descended from the celebrated Castellan of Windsor, William FitzOther, son of Otherus, the Duke of Lombardy, the great Norman land owner at the time of the Conquest, who was also scion of the Fitzgeralds, the GERARDS [!} and the Windsors". Pendragon took the wife of GORlois (Cornwall, same as Pendragons), and with her birthed king Arthur. That was part-code for Gore's who share the crosslets of Windsors. The Pendragon helmet is open, and the Mynett helmets are said to be "open helmets," tending to verify that Arthurs and Artems had descended from Artemidoros.
In the dream with Mrs. Kilpatrick, I was going to KISS her awake, and Kiss'/CUSH's share the red rooster of Vibia-suspect Bibo's, while the latter put their rooster on a cushion, a Kilpatrick symbol. Vibia is in the motto's of proto-Carrick Craigs and Carrick-branch Craigie's. PaterNOSters use a version of the Arms of Carrick, and Nos' are listed with Ness' (branch of Nice's), the line from Nysa of Cappadocia, where I trace Kilpatricks by other means. I have never before made this trace using Paternosters, so far as I recall, but I have a bad memory for some things. There you have Miss Hicks once again tracing to Laevillus by a dream of God.
The double Nos/Ness fesses are shared by Washingtons and Hannibals/ANNabels while Kilpatricks were first found in Dumfries with Annans of Annandale. Washingtons were previously said to have been first found in Lancashire, where Furness' and double-fesse Parrs were first found who are from the parents of Nysa of Cappadocia. Washingtons are now said to be first found in Durham, very welcome because English Conte's/Comites were first found there who are now practically clinched with Comita of Gallura. Excellent. The Dons (Cheshire, same as Shirts) have double fesses in colors reversed from the same of Parrs, and the latter share the black border with Sedans ("dono"), first found in Durham!!! Excellent. These Sardinian connections are new to me. Durham is up by Yorkshire, where Shirt-related Tancreds were first found.
Yorkshire is also where Cantons/Gantons were first found who have the full Washington Coat in colors reversed. Proto-Washington Wassa's/Gace's, first found in Cornwall with Pendragons and Gorlois, use a canton square. In the Wassa canton, a hexagram star in the colors of the canton and Annas stars. The same white star is in the red roundels of Bullis/Bulliards, suspect from the Seleucid king, Alexander Balas, and then southern Sardinia has Sant'Antioco and Sulcis (Seleucids had their capital at Antioch). Bullis'/Bulliards happen to share red roundels with Shirts, and moreover Billets/Billiards brings us back to white stars and a version of the French Lambert Coat while we saw why the line of Mieszko Lambert was at Gallura.
As Pendragons link to that Gallura line, their "Nosce" motto term should prove to be of the Nos'/Ness'. In fact, as Pendragons are from the Penestae Illyrians (or were they Paeonians?), they had their capital at nOSCA-like Uscana, suspect in forming Italian Oscans. Irish Shaws ("Te Ipsum nosce") have a form of the whole Pendragon motto while English Shaws/Sheaves' were first found in Berkshire while Scottish Shaws share the dagger with Conteville's Comyns/Comine's (Comet colors and format). Comines in Artois shares the key with Sheaves'/Chiava's, and Chives from Lissus are also Shewas' while Pendragons use fleur-de-lys, a symbol of Lissus liners. Lys'/Lisse's share courant greyhounds with Penes'/Pennys. Chives' were early in Devon, beside early Pendragons.
As Sheaves'/Chiava's were first found in L'Aquila, this is an argument for tracing the Drake motto to L'Aquila, which then tends to identify that Drake's are a branch of Dragons/Drainers (Mynett kin). The Arms of L'Aquila shares the eagle of Irish Shaws. L'Aquila is near AVEZzano (Visconti liner?), and Avezzano's were first found in Sardinia, so excellent. The first time I began to emphasize Avezzano's maybe four or five years ago, the Lord indicated to be by a grub in my firewood that Grubs could apply, though I saw this as his pointer to the garbs (wheat SHEAVES) of Avezzano-like Avisons, shared by Comine's (identical Coats), in Garb colors and format. I had no idea how that would prove true at the time, and I claimed that Caiaphas would turn out to trace to Avezzano's / Avezzano, and here you just saw the Chives' involved.
Later, I discovered that Avezzano's (share a Champagne feature) were the namers of Avison-liker Avesnes (married Champagne), in Artois near Comines. And now that this thing is tracing to Berkshire's Windsors, let's add that Grubs were first found there. Avisons are in the motto of Scottish Kennedys with Lafins/La Fonts (Tipperary, same as Irish Kennedys), and Lafins/La Fonts share the lion of Italian Conte's/COMITissa's, and of the Berks/Burghs from John de Burgo, father of Herluin de Conteville. I was given a dream where my dentist, with a surname from Shirt-related Tancreds, was LAUGHING at the red buttons on my shirt.
As Grubs use a red griffin, symbol of Pomerania, I'll assume that they are Agrippa's. Julius Agrippa can be the line to Julians, and English Julians share the crosses of Velis' who are in turn in the Griffin motto. The "domine" motto term of Velis' should therefore be code for Domna Bassianus (daughter of Julius Agrippa's nephew). The "te" motto term shared by Velis' and Shaws indicated that the Velis eagle is the Shaw eagle. Grubs have this linked to a Chives branch, or their kin at least. The griffin is used by Scottish Velis'/Wills (Cornwall), whose axe is likely for things on the Axe river. The "SurSUM" motto of Velis'/Wills/Vails (dragons, connectable to Pendragons) looks very connectable to the "Te ipSUM" of Shaws and the "teipSUM" of Pendragons. The griffin-using Vails/Fails/Falls, part of God's Your-Love-Never-Fails discussion, share the Velis eagle,
Keep your eyes on that grub that came out of my fireWOOD. The "Defend" motto of Woods is suspect with the otter-using Fenders (same place as Sardinia- / Windsor-liner Others/Otters). Woods use a savage while Savage's use "te" twice, hee-hee, a tell-tale sign. Avezzano's share the potent pattern on their bend with Champagne's, and French Sauvage's were first found in Champagne, yup. The Velis and Shaw eagle can be code for Eagle's, who have the Savage Coat in colors reversed. The Savage lion is very linkable to the black lion paw in the Quint Crest, and the latter's holds a gold fitchee, the Wood symbol too. The grub in my firewood was God's pointer to Caiaphas, wasn't it? The Savage lions are in the pattern of the six fleur of the English Constantine's who traced to Constantine of Gallura and the Others/Otters.
Ratterys (share the Sauvage heart), first found in Perthshire with Shaws, share the Wood fitchee (both colors). Perthshire is beside the Chappes'/Cheaps of Stirlingshire, who use "EARS of wheat" rather than garbs / wheat sheaves, yet the ears-like Eyers/Ayers have a quatrefoil-form of the Irish Shaws Coat (the one with the Velis eagle). Quatrefoils are suspect with "Quadratilla" Bassus, the likely ancestor Domna Bassianus.
Rattery beloved Supers were first found in Devon with Hoods of Rattery, which brings us back, apparently, to Rothes liners of Devon. That's from Peter Pollock, at Moray along with the Douglas' who share a crowned heart with the Rattery Crest. Yup, and "supero" is a motto term of the Michaels who share the Peter lozenges. Perfect. Supers might just be a branch of Speers.
Supers likely share the Kilpatrick saltire because the Closeburn location of Kilpatrick castle is of the spur-using Close surname while Spurrs (garbs in Garb / Comine / Avison garb colors) were first found in Devon with their Super branch. The crowned heart of Ratterys is upon a gold star, the Spurr symbol too. The Spurr Crest shares a gold garb with the Joseph Crest. The Super billets are colors reversed from the billets of Wings/Winks (Perthshire, same as Ratterys), and the single red pile of Wings/Winks is that of Eagle-branch Hagels. The other Hagels (Baden, Germany) have a lion in the colors of the Net/Night lion heads, the latter being off to the western side of Closeburn...in KircudBRIGHTshire where one finds the location of Castle Douglas. Brights share the Garb stars, which are the Rattery / Spur star too. I can see why the Shaw eagle can be the Hagel eagle with a Hagel trace to Somerset's Baden, especially as English Hagels were first found in Somerset! Bingo.
Halls were at Kingston while Kings and Kingstons share the Hagel / Net/Night lion. Halls share the dog of Hollys (and Allisons) while Kilpatrick-beloved Sure's use holly while Velis/Wills use a motto, "SURsom." The "I make sure" motto of Kilpatricks is partly for Maxwells (share Kilpatrick saltire), who have a holly bush in Crest. I have been suggestively tracing the Hagel lion to the same in the Arms of Kyburg, for the same Arms has one of the two Hagel bends. Kyburg is beside Zurich while Surrichs/SURreys can apply to Sure's because Kilpatrick-related Sheers/Shere's were first found in Surrey. Kyburg is beside Germany's Baden, where Hagels were first found. In colors reversed, the Holly / Hall dog is the black one in the Sheer/Shere Crest, but as the Arms of Carrick (just a red-on-white chevron) sometimes comes with the three Sheer/Shere fitchees, it speaks for itself because Carricks have the same black dog.
With Kilpatricks linking now to things in the Baden frontier, we can trace their cushions (of the Cass / Kiss bloodline) to the Casimir line to Baden's red antler (Veringer), asking why the Arms of Spree-NEISSE has the red antler, for Kilpatricks trace to NYSA of Cappadocia. It's known that Nysa was the descendent of AntiPATER of Macedonia, and the Kilpatricks along with Pattersons trace him very compellingly well to Antipater/Antipatria, a location near the Penestae, and on the Apsus river along with Fier county. In Fier, a Kuman location linking to the Kilpatrick dagger, for Comyns/Comine's use the dagger too, and it's code for the DEXARoi at Antipatria, yes, on the Apsus. As Comines was ruled by the Conte's out of Sardinia, it makes it possible for things in Sulcis and/or Gallura to be from Antipater / Antipatria elements.
It just so happens that Seleucids descended from things in Epirus, beside Macedonia. Seleucids came forth shortly after Antipater of Macedonia. I am now reminded of the time when I found a dead squirrel (told this story many times) in my Shirt-like Shorts. It was curled up in pocket, and found after the shorts were put through the new laundry machine, purchased from Sears. Sears share the red scallop with Shirt-related Tancreds, wow, and Kilpatrick-related Sheers/Shere's are also Shire's (see cross of Shere's/Scherfs), a branch of Squire's/Squirrels, wow. The red scallop is shared by Jeans, and I was on a beach with jeans and no shirt with Mrs. Kilpatrick, wow-ow-wow. If Sears are a branch of Zehrs/Zehrers, they look like Zahringers, right where the Kilpatrick cushions trace.
Zerrs/Zehrers use crossed hatchets, and Hatchets/Hackets (Maxwell eagle?) were first found in Ossory with Irish Kilpatricks/Sheera's! Zinger. And Hatchets/Hackets not only share fish with Hykes/Hake's (!), but they are three vertical fish in the colors of the same of the Nith-river Geds! Pow-wow. Hykes/Hake's are in the colors and format of Shirts. Saraca's (Sark variation of Surreys?) used a fish in Hatchet-fish colors, upon a blue-on-gold fesse, the colors of the Cassandra/Cassano fesse. The latter are of the Cassane variation of PATTERsons (share drops with the Kilpatrick dagger), and it just so happens that Cassander was the son of Antipater of Macedonia above. The Pattersons are said to be of KISSanes/GUISSanes, what looks like either the Kiss/Cush or Guiscard line out of Sardinia.
I was about to kiss Mrs. Kilpatrick / Miss Hicks in a CAR, and while Cars use a "Sero SED serio" motto, the Sear-like Sere's can be with a version of the Car Coat (both share the Sear chevron). Irish Carrs (Naught-related Connaught, same as same-colored Pattersons/Cassane's) share estoiles on blue with Shorts, and, lest we forget, Carys of Cary castle use a rose version of the Rothes Coat. Scottish Pattersons were first found in Ross-shire, on the edge of the earliest-known Rose's. The Ross lion can even be the Rothes lion.
The "clavo" motto term of Carrs evokes the Clovse variation of Close's (at Closeburn), and Clovis is suspect with Clubs who use the Hykes/Hake Coat in colors reversed. It's just as though God knew what he was doing when placing Miss Hicks as Sleeping Beauty in that car. Sleeps were first found in Shropshire with early Rothes', and, I kid you not, Sleeps use the double Nos/Ness fesses in colors reversed, that being the Kilpatrick line from the Antipater > Nysa line. It looks like God has his heraldry figured out straight. Hatch's were first found in Cornwall, beside the Rothes now said to be first found in Devon, and the rare lion-head design in the Hatch Crest is in the Rothes Crest.
Taylards (Huntingdonshire, same as Others/Otters) have been resolved with the Chives / Hykes/Hake quadrants. The Taylard cross, suspect with the Hykes/Hake cross, is shared in the same colors by Cornhills/Cornells. The Rothes write-up: "By his wife, Maud de Cornhill, Geoffrey was father of William de Wrotham (d. 1208?), who was sheriff of Devonshire in 1198, acted as justiciar in the reigns of Richard I and John, and married Muriel de Lydd." It looks completely linkable to the Hykes'/Hake's and Spurrs of Devon, for Lydd-like Liddle's use spurs. The Cornwalls/Cornells of Devon even use ravens with perhaps the fesse of Liddens (Aberdeenshire, same as Chives'). Rothes is in Elginshire, and Liddens use a version of the Elgin Coat while throwing in what are likely the Ross lions, white like the Rothes lions.
The other Cornwalls are probably with the Stewart lion, and since Stewarts were from Alans, Cornwalls trace to the Ceraunii mountains at Aulon, near Bullis. FitzAlans married Saluzzo, suspect with the Sales' (beside Shropshire) who use a version of the Rothes Coat. It was the FitzAlans of ARUNDEL who married Alice of Saluzzo, and Bullis' use ROUNDELs while Rundels, first found in Kent with some Rothes elements, share the Alan fesse. The Ceraunii Illyrians lived beside the Maezaei, and while Massai's/Massars were first found beside Mosca's, the latter's leopard has become suspect in the Elgin Coat. The Una river of the Maezaei is suspect along with the Ceraunii with the UNIcorn, a symbol used by Scottish Stewarts.
Now that Rothes' are said to be first found in Devon, they can be with the Treby/Treeby lion, and from here we go to neighboring, Traby-beloved Sticks who were married by the Shropshire Cliffs/Cleave's (Quade wolf heads), a branch of Clavers/Cleavers from Glaphyra of Cappadocia. The Traby/Sadowski Q-like scarf has got to be code for Quade's and/or Queens. As Clavers/Cleavers use the key, it's linkable to the Stick-like Sithech ancestry of the Shaws. The description of the Claviere's (though they show hands) said that they use keys and a white-on-red saltire...in the colors of the Gospatrick saltire. As Queens are also Swans, it's notable that Swans/Sions were first found in Lanarkshire with the Aikens having the colors and format of Paternosters. The latter's location at Berkshire made them connectable to Gallura's rulers, and the "Constant" motto term of Queens/Swans can indicate Constantine of Gallura.
The Glorys who appear to be in the motto of Cliffs/Cleave's are a branch of the Dumfries Laurie's, probably a branch ow the Lawrence's of Redmayne, and Redmayne's happen to share cushions with Kilpatricks.
If Gallura was named after the Gala Numidians, let's repeat that the husband of Domna Bassianus is known to have had ancestry in Africa. As this husband (Septimius Severus) named one son, Geta, the Geds and Geddes look to apply, especially as I trace "Geddes" to "Cetis" with the Bassianus'. To put it another way, the Geta line from Numidia (there was such a family there, not to mention the Getuli Numidians) appears to have named Cetis, supporting my trace of: 1) Gala's son, Massena, to the forming of Maccabees; 2) Hannibal / Ananes Gauls formation of Annas of Israel; 3) a Caiaphas trace to a Syphax branch.
If Numidians are to Newmans/Numans, they share the Rothes lion. They were first found in Dorset with the Shorts, and the latter's griffin links to the Bassianus'. Unfortunately, I cannot see a trace of Short heraldry to Shirts or Sardinia (Numidians in Africa lived near Sardinia). I link Newmans to the MacAbee's (salmon) of Arran, beside Bute, and then the Butt/Bute estoiles are shared by Shorts. While German Butts/Bute's are Boets, Booths/Boethe's share the same lion (in Crest) as have Newmans.
As Rothes' share the Newman lion, the "streNUE" motto term of Pollocks might apply to "NUman" (it seems better read as, "stRENUE," as in Rennes / Reines / Raines / Renfrew elements). The Naughton-like Nutons/Newtons share a green Shield with Pollocks, and are in both colors of the white Naughton swords, but then the "Audacter" motto term of Pollocks is likely for white-sword Aude's, first found in Savoy with French Masseys. Nutons/Newtons use an "eastern prince," and PRINce's were first found in Yorkshire with the PERRINs who in-turn have lion heads in the colors of the Rothes lion heads. Perrins ("ImPAVIde") are suspect with the Perino variation of Pero's, and the latter's Pierro branch at PAVIA has roses for a trace to Rothes elements.
Peare's were first found in Oxfordshire with rose-using Liddle's (near Letters/Lauders). Liddle's were first found in Roxburghshire with the Little's/Lyddle's ("MAGNum", in Plunkett colors) who in-turn share the gold leopard face with Peare's. The Liddle motto suggests the Hinks that use more white lion heads, wherefore Liddle's can be of Muriel de Lydd in the Rothes wrote-up, especially as the Liddle bend is also the one of Jewish Pollocks. I see the Hink Coat (Lidden/Lethen lions?) with the stirrup-using Latins (share Little/Lyddle and Kilpatrick saltire), and Latin-like Liddle's use spurs. Hinks share the Annandale Coat as used by the Bruce's, and "'...William de Lydel was seneschal of the Bishop of Glasgow, and led the forces of the see to the support of Robert Bruce.'"
[Insert -- The Little/Lyddle write-up had one of their branches 20 miles due north of Carlisle, which gets them about 20 miles east of Annandale.
Apparently, Little's and Liddels are to be added to the list of Pollock kin in Roxburghshire, and they are apparently from Plancia Magna to boot. If "MagNUM" is part-code for the Nom variation of Nons/Nevins, they happen to use a fesse in the colors of the Dol fesse while the first-known Plunketts were at the Dol area. Nons/Nevins (same place as Scottish Hunters and their Barr kin) share a motto term like that of Craigs and Craigie's (Ayrshire, same as Nons/Nevins and Carricks) for a trace to Vibia, mother of Laevillus. But this is also a trace to the Geta bloodline of Carrick-liner Caracalla. The "Vivas SPERanDUM" motto of Nons/Nevins looks like the "Sperabo" motto of Annandale's of DUMfries. Little-related Latins share the split colors of SPROWS'/Spruce's and the Shropshire Hunts/Hunters.
My first high-school girlfriend was Jackie LITTLEford. If God named her first name, then put her into my life in order to point to Little's and Fords together, it's interesting that while I see the Plunkett Coat with Hollys, Jacks (Renfrew, same as Pollocks) show only holly. The Holly Coat is in the format of the Liddle Coat. English Fords (black border) were first found in Devon with Rothes'. Irish Fords (Fort branch?) use flaunches, possible code for Flavians i.e. to which Plancia Magna ought to trace when going to Pollocks. Fords use a "LucRUM" motto term while Rums/Rome's are said to have been of Annandale. Proto-Pollocks got suspect recently as Rumillys (share the Non/Nevin crescent). Vespasia-Polla liners are to Pullens who share the RUMney/Romney bend-with-scallops.
"LUCrum" can be code also for Lucks (beside Roxburghshire), who share the black greyhound with English Fords. The Little's are said to have had a branch 20 miles north of Carlisle, and while Carlisle's have a pen in Crest, the black, courant greyhound is shared by Penes'/Pennys and Fords. Jackie Littleford. My very next girlfriend (of long standing) was Miss Hanson, and English Hansons share the Luck mascles. Lucks are Licks too, making them suspect from lake LYCHnidus, the waters of which forms the Drin river, home of PENEStae. This lake had the Pelagonians, explaining the Luck/Lick pelican. Swan-using Licks/Locks ("non") are a part of the mythical Swan Knight of Arthurian myth, from lake SEVAN (ARDAhan theater), also called, Lychnis.
To the west of lake Lychnidus, an Arnissa location (Genusus river), like the Arniss variation of Annas'. Miss Hanson represented an aspect of the Annas-of-Israel line. To the near north of Arnissa, the Caiaphas-like Cavii, on the Drin river with the proto-Penes'/Pennys. Annas loved to sell pigeons at the temple for some fast cash on the holy days. Jesus, unafraid, rolled them coins down the sewer holes in broad daylight. Way-to-go, Lord. I'd like to do that someday. I am not of the hard opinion that "Annas" developed purely from "Arnissa." Sometimes, in mergers, two variant surnames start to look alike. I'm still hoping for a breakthrough on this mystery. The Genusus has a source near the Penestae at their Dragon-related river, and a giant wyvern dragon is used by Arno's/Arnolds. The Arno river flows to the LUCCa theater of Italy, which doesn't look coincidental.
Arthurian myth had "Lady of the Lake," written by another stupid who sat around creating fabulous stories based merely on his cherished bloodline(s), and hiding it from his readers, from whom he probably hoped to make money. These are like the Pharisees who decorated the tombs of the murdered prophets, like the Catholics decorating holy sites with fake relics to make profit. It time to overturn the round tables of the nasty myth writers. Ladys (annuLETs) use a version of the Lack Coat, and Lacks/Leetch's were first found in Oxfordshire with Lake's. I charge you not a PENNY for this. Ladys and Lack's/Leetch's can be from whatever named Leda, a mythical-swan entity. I say she was the proto-Latin Lydians. Ladys and Lacks/Leetch's use a version of the Anchor Coat, and the Anchor lozenges are colors reversed from the same of Leats/Lethe's (beside Seatons); the latter even share the crescents of Seatons/Sitten, who named Sitten at swan-liner Sion. Lets/Late's share the Chief-Shield colors of Annas'/Arniss'.
Between Jackie and Miss Hanson was Kim Thomson for a matter of days, and Thomsons look like a cross between Rumillys and Nons/Nevins. Kim had just ended her relationship with Rod Gardner, and the Gardners scallop looks applicable to the Romney / Pullen scallop because Gards have a version of their Coats. The Gardner brothers soon-after moved to Gormley, where I had met Miss Hanson, and Gards (Gardner griffin colors reversed) share the green martlet with the Gormley branch of Grime's. It's interesting that while the Gardner brothers were living directly across from the Gormley junk YARD, Yards ("non") can be a Gard branch, and moreover Jungs are Youngs while the piles of Yonge's/Youngs are colors reversed from the Rumilly piles. Plus, the Yardley martlets, in colors reversed, are green!
While Hansons are from Annas, father-in-law if Capes-suspect Joseph Caiaphas, Gardners are kin of Capes' and German Caplans while the Chief of English Caplans (Hampshire, same as Josephs) has the Gard griffin heads. Amazingly, the Capes' (Chief-Shield colors of German Caplans, scallop of GARDners) use acorns in saltire with a sword, and that reminds that Dutch Tromps have the acorn while Val Trompia is at lake GARDA! God is making me laugh again because junk-like Jungs/Youngs have a stag in the colors of the stag head of German Tromps/Trumps!!! Wow, that old junk yard I hated, God had his eye on it all the while, and we can understand this only if Capes' and Caplans were from Caiaphas. Capes' are said to be from Calvados along with French Chaplains who share the double-gold chevrons of Josephs, the latter first found in the same place as Bidens who share the CAPELLi "chapeau."
Trumps were first found in Pomerania with the House of Griffin. Irish Griffins use their giant, gold griffin in the colors of the Gard griffin heads, and colors reversed from the Gard-Chief griffins. The Caplans/Chaplains have their gold griffin heads in their Chief too. Josephs use a "ni" motto term, and Griffins use "Ne." Knee's/Nee's were first found in County Down while Downs use the stag in the colors of the same of Jungs and Trumps. I met up with Miss Thomson (Rod Gardner's girl once) in my 20s, spending one night with her, and then saw her for the last time in a phone booth as I drove in slow traffic down Yonge street! The Phone's/Fane's/Vans, in Bothwell colors, share "Ne Vile" with the Griffin motto. Bothwells were from Bute, where Kims were first found, beside the Thomsons of Ayrshire. Kim Thomson!
I'm not making the junk-yard story up. From the 1st update in September, 2018: "...I hung out with the Gardner brothers. Years later, they were found living in Gormley across from the scrap YARD. If we call it a JUNK yard, the Jungs come to mind. Is that not amazing? There is a Junk surname with towers (could be the Gard tower) in Young/Jung colors. I think Yards / Yardleys can be a branch of Jardins / Garda liners, and Gormleys/Grimes' can be a branch of Grime's sharing the green footless martlet with griffin-using Gards."
That night I was with Kim, she slept in my bed, but having become a Christian by then, we didn't have sex (maybe that's why we never saw each other again). It may have been a night set-up by God so that I could remember where I was living at the time, for I moved around a lot in those years. I lived then where I lived when with Kelly, and so far as I can recall, Kim slept there very close to when I was with Kelly. I think I know why, for the Junk tower is the Kelly tower too, and Grace Kelly brought baron Massy to Monaco when marrying prince Grimaldi, likely of the Grime bloodline mentioned in that quote. Kellys share the Monaco lion, and God recently seems to want to point to the Massy-Grimaldi partnership for a reason yet to be disclosed.
The Kelly Coat is a version of the Best/Bez/Bec Coat, and Thomsons use a "best" motto term. In the list of Thomson septs there are the Comeys, whose Irish branch shares combattant lions with Kellys and Bests/Bez's/Becs. Between the Best/Bec lions is the same star as in the Thomson Coat. The Bests came up in the last update with another, rare English motto, "Hope for the best," that of Sessions. Hmm, didn't Jeff Sessions protect Jim Comey? Scottish Comeys (English motto) use the cat, and, I think, the Thomson clan-badge (bottom of the page) is a cat.
Not long after spending the night with Kim, I saw, and waved to her, while she was in a phone BOOTH. Jardins ("CAVE ADsum"), a branch of GARDens (share Booth boar!), share the Annandale Coat and share three white stars in Chief, the Annas stars in this case, with the Thomson Chief. The latter's stars are in the colors of the Monaco / Billiard Billiard/Hilliard stars. ZIKERS, I had almost forgotten, but fortunately loaded Gardens just now to see their JUNGunter motto term!!!!!!! Laughter-laughter, this is crazy, and to boot, "junGUNTER" can be for Gunters who show nothing but the three gauntlet gloves of Phone's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOWIE! Gardens and Jardins were both first found in Angus, and the Angus star is the Annas / Jardin star.
The Gardners and I with a few others would go for COFFEE every morning, our routine, and we played billiards together during school hours too. Billiards were first found in Maine with French Josephs.
The phone booth was on Yonge street, and the "PRAESTat" motto term of Yonge's can link to the "Prest" of Frasers who in-turn share the Kim cinquefoils. A Fraser branch may be in the write-up of Morays, who share the Thomson stars. Frasers were first found at Peebles, which place I see from the namers of Pavia.
The phone booth was about a block from a Yonge-street corner where I would soon meet (could have been mere weeks) Lorraine. God gave Lorraine a beautiful feet symbol, and I later learned that Feet share the Pavia Coat, three martlets on a fesse, shared almost by Grime's. The latter have the difference of a gold background, which makes their three fesses look linkable to the Somerset Leavells. Pavia's were first found in Somerset with Leavells, yet the other Leavells share the three piles of Yonge's. On my last night with Lorraine, I met Mamie, and later dated her. On our first day together, God gave Mamie a beautiful thigh symbol at her garden (which is why I recall the boar head of Gardens), and her thigh symbol was for Tease's/Tyes', first found in Nottinghamshire with Annas' and sharing the Annas star. There's a repeated pattern in the things God has pointed to with these ladies.
I had lost the Firebird by the time I was with Lorraine in July. Kim was wearing light (not heavy, winter) clothes. I "dated" Miss Peare with the Firebird for two days in the spring of that same year, which means that I saw Kim at the phone booth very near to when I was with Peare, and the latter's surname was because it was a branch of Pero's / Pierro's/Pero's, first found in Pavia. Like I said, a pattern with the ladies.
God must have known that the Chief of Welsh Thomas' is a version of the Thomson Chief, and that Thomas' use the Kim cinquefoils in that Chief! Yes, but the people who put those Coats together didn't know I dated Kim Thomson. Nor did the ones who put the Gunter Coat together, but Gunter's were first found in Breconshire with Welsh Thomas', beside the Phone's, who, like Gunters, show nothing but three gauntlet gloves. It's only a little interesting that German Gunters share the Thomson stars, and more interesting that Dutch Gunters share the fleur of DeMaine's, for I lived at Demaine crescent when spending the night with Miss Thomson. Demaine's use the fleur in giant form, and were first found in Maine with Josephs. My foreman at the lumber mill was, Gunt(h)er (can't recall which spelling), and I was living at Demaine at the time. I fed picture-frame material into a MILL, and Mills were first found in Hampshire with English Josephs.
I cannot recall what happened to the Firebird. I was on a ten-speed bike when asking Lorraine out for the first time. To put this another way, the last time I remember driving the FireBIRd was when seeing Kim in the BOOTH, and this is excellent too, for one Bird Coat (Gunter / Demaine fleur) is a version of a Bush Coat in my files that is the houseofnames Bush Coat but with a red fesse (compare with Bustards). Bush's/BUSCH's (Yorkshire, same as Booths) share black boars, and THOMAS of Saluzzo, whose daughter married FitzAlans, was beside Busca. Why else was her surname, Thomas? Why else do Thomas' link to both Kims and Thomsons? Bush's/Busch share the eagle of gauntlet-line Ghents.
Yes, the Chief-Shield color combination of Thomsons is that of Saluzzo's and French Alans (share the Bird martlets), and the Alans even a version of the Thomson Coat. I always link the Alan martlets to those of Henrys, and I trace Henrys to Henri IV of Rodez, the line to Rods. ROD Gardner, boyfriend of Kim Thomson. Gardens, share the black boar with Booths. End insert]
Miss Hanson pointed to the Serio river, suspect with the Sears / Sere's who brought Hatchets to topic above. The Hatchet / Ged fish is shared by Pesci's, who might just be of Piscinas, beside Sulcis. The proto-Bassus Amyntes character was likely born at Pessinos. The Hasmoneans are suspect from the Akmonia location of this family. As Gala is to the Gays and therefore likely to the Jays of De Gai, it looks conspicuous that Sulcis-like Sellicks were first found in Herefordshire with Jays. It's also where the Trevors (black dragon) were first found who have a sinister-rising split as per connection to Massena's and Hasmonean-suspect Assmanns/Rasmussens. As Trips/Treffs once showed the boots that French Masseys once showed, Trevors may be a branch of Treffs.
Malta and the International Order of Saint HUBERTus (Maltese cross) was a recent topic, when traced to Malta, near Sardinia. I didn't know then that Rothes' were from Hubert behind the Hubert surname. As the Malta surname uses a column while Malcolms/Columns are expected with king Malcolm at Moray, the Malta lion looks like the Ross lion. The Ross clan is from king Andrew of Hungary, whose son, George, was in Scotland in 1055, two years before Malcolm III killed MacBeth. Beths use the otter, for a trace to Sardinia. George married a woman from Podebrady, Bohemia, and the Franks, first found in Bohemia, use the column too while Scottish and English Franks ("nati") are Pollock kin. Italian Franks were first found in Piedmont with column-using Pelosi's/Pilati's. George was the father of Drummonds, who lived to the near-south of Rothes. Was MALcolm named after Maltese elements?
Malcolms/Columns love the Petits (Kent, same as some Rothes'), who use a giant lion colors reversed from the same of Malta's. French Petits (Burgundy, same as Pilati-like Pilate's) have the same lion as Sforza's? Pilotti's
Buckle is a location near Rothes that I didn't know until this update. Repeat from the Sardinia>Windsor discussion: "Aha! Reines' (Bavaria) use a so-called comet and the COUNTERchanged Pisa lion in colors reversed, and Counters are listed with Conte's/Comites! No explanation needed, but it does prove that it's the Pisa lion. The Raines' (with an 'a') can therefore be with the Pisa lion in someone else's colors, such as the Rothes'...French Mallets use the three Wettin buckles in colors reversed, and English Mallets are in Comet / Comine's colors and format. Mallets traced recently to a location on Mallet-like Malta." The "Ma" motto term of Mallets can be for the Maa variation of Mars, who had a capital at KilDRUMMy castle, near Rothes. The Maa's/Mars use lions in the colors of the Ross lions. French Mars/More's/Maure's (Burgundy), in Pilate colors, share scallops on blue with Mallets. Mount Pilat in Burgundy has a Perdrix peak that I trace to "Perth," where Drummonds were first found, yet Drummonds named Drymen in neighboring Stirling (has an Allen river) while buckles are used by Stirlings.
When at the Kyburg page earlier, I clicked to the article for nearby Pfaffikon, and spotted the Arms looking like that of English Davids, but with a red lion instead of black. I was thinking that David's maternal grandmother, Agatha, whose ancestry remains a mystery, may have been from ancestry in the Baden area, namely from the Varangian line through Casimir, for David's mother was in Kiev. One would think that, if the Malcolm surname is from David's father, something of his mother would be in those Arms. The Petits in the Malcolm motto use a red lion, and it's the Russell lion too. David built Holy Rood House, or HalyROD, for his mother, and I trace Russells to Roussillon, near RODez, where Henrys ruled. David named his son Henry, of Huntingdon, who married Ada, explaining why Ade's/Aids use a leopard version of the David Coat. Moreover, while Veringers of Bad used a red antler, the Malcolm Coat has red stag heads.
The Rod-like Reeds share that red-on-white stag head, and the other Reeds, wow, share the Deed/Dade garbs while I have just seen the "Deed shaw" motto of Ruthens/WRUTHens (Angus), who have a variation like the "Wrath" of Rothes. The Ruths/Rothers/Randolphs were first found in Moray, where Malcolm III ruled, but also the location of Peter Pollock. I suspect that the neighboring Ross' were named after the Varangian-Rus wife of Andrew I of Hungary, who was in exile in Kiev with David's mother. I'm guessing that the three pale bars of Ruthens/Wruthens are those of German Stevens, for this can link to Stevensons that use a version of the Ade/Aid Coat who in-turn have a version of the RODham Coat (Northumberland). Henry of Huntingdon was also the earl of Northumberland.
If "Agatha" was honored in the Gath surname with GRATH variation (almost "Wrath", said to be from "Raith"), it's pretty amazing that the Gath/Grath Coat shares the fitchee design, in the same color, with Albins/Aubins (Barnstaple...in Devon, same as Rothes/Wraths), whom I trace to an Aubin location near Rodez. The Gaths/Graths have lions that is the passant one in the Arms of Pfaffikon. I almost forgot: Staple's share the full motto of raven-using Peters of Devon! I had also forgotten that one Peter surname was first found in Devon. The Albino's and BarnSTAPLE's (Devon) share the green trefoil of Rods and Rocks, both from Henri IV of Rodez. And Barnstaple's are the ones with a version of the Stevenson Coat, wow. Barnstaple's might just be Zahringer-of-Berne liners, for Pfaffs were first found in Switzerland. I knew a STEVE Pfaff, and lived with him briefly when he was a COOK for a Jewish restaurant owner, and Cooks happen to share the horseshoe with the Moray Randolphs. I never know whether horseshoes are from Poland's many shoes, or whether they are code for Horse's (same place as Stevensons) and Shoe's. Some horseshoes can be purely symbols of iron workers, such as Ferrari's.
If the Malta lion is the Ross lion, or even connectable to Malcolm III by the column (in the Malta Coat), the scallops of the Devon Peters could be those of Mallets, especially as French Mallets use buckles while Rothes is near Buckle.
Conans share the Pendragon / June fleur, while Cone's and Conte's/Comites' share one another's antlers, which could be from the Casimir antler. The other Conans share the Sinclair Coat while Guiscards were related to Rollo, a Sinclair somehow, making the rooster in the Sinclair Crest look like it's from the Gallura line, which explains why the "Commit" motto term of Sinclairs looks like Comita of Gallura. "Committo" is a motto term of Nitts/Naughts who share the Rothes lion head.
Chappes', always suspect from a Junia Caepionis (there were three of them, all sisters), did bump into Visconti's. The mystery is, if the Gallura rooster was play-on-words with "gallina = chicken," how did Roosts/Rusts come to use a saltire in both colors of the Sinclair cross? There has been ample evidence that Roosts/Rusts are from Rusticus of Lyon; what will I say, that this Frenchman was named, by English speakers, after the Gallura rooster? It seems incorrect, yet can this explain why Gallia's daughter, Tullia of Lyon, married Decimus Rusticus, ancestors of Rusticus of Lyon? By what coincidence were Gallia's first found in Milan, where Ottone Visconti ruled?
Plus, the Tullia/Tull surname, first found in Dauphine with Galli's (share gold rooster with Sinclairs) and Galleys (same stars as neighboring Capote's/Chappus'), have BUTTERflies while Butters use the same cross as Sinclairs (minus the engrailed pattern). To top it off, Mummolin, a descendant of the two Rusticus, married a daughter of MauriLION, while Italian Maurels were first found in Milan too, and French Maurels (Brittany, where we expect Arthurian elements) happen to use a nosce-like "nescit" motto term. French Maurels share the white unicorn in Crest with Scottish Stewarts, who in-turn share the checks of Tulls/Tolle's. It makes the Stewart ship suspect as a galley in honor of Galli's and Galleys, first found in the same place as proto-Dol-suspect Tullia's/Tull.
I rarely mention the Stuarts (Shropshire), who have a "LEONis" motto term that can be a code also for the Nysa line. The PaterNOSters may have had a branch linkable to the "NOSce" motto term of Pendragons. If the Paternoster saltires were red, it would be a Coat reflection of the Sardinia-suspect Shirts. The Shirt roundels indicate a line from FitzAlans of Arundel (married Saluzzo), who lived, I have read, in Clun of Shropshire, which checked out where Cluns (Perthshire, same as Lise's suspect in the "NobLIS" motto term of Stuarts) share the Saluzzo Coat exactly. Lise's use two of the Clare chevrons, and Clare's trace to Clermont-Ferrand, home of the husband of Tullia of Lyon, making the Stuart motto, "Noblis est ira leonis," look like it's much about Tullia. The Lise Crest has a rare lion looking backward over a shoulder, as does the Crest of Maurel-like Morells ("esto"!), and it just so happens that Morells have a version of the French NOBLE Coat! It tends to assure that the Brittany Maurels were of the Dol Alans. IN FACT, Morells have a "Bono" motto term while Bono's/Debons (giant lion) were first found in Milan with Maurels. It's likely now that Scottish Noble's share the Alan fesse.
Flaunches have been a mystery to this day. The so-called FLAUNches of Scottish Nobles might just be code for a Flavian line. Flaunches are used by Wolfleys/Wooleys along with "wool packs," and Rieti liner Reeds use a "Pax" motto term as some evidence that flaunches are from Rieti's Flavians. Then, French Packs share the red bull with Flavian-liner Sabine's and with Daggers, the latter first found in Cumberland with flaunch-using Noble's. English Packs share the Saluzzo Shield while Flavians are expected to marry the Dol Alans by their shared connections to Pollocks. Polish Packs are also PACEwicz's, and I trace Vespasia Polla, wife of Flavius Sabinus, to the Pasi's/Pace's/Pascels. Polish Packs (Sussex, same as Arun of Arundels) were first found in the same area with Radziwills, and while Cluns were first found in Perthshire with Hagars, the latter share the hexagrams of Rads. English Packs have a version of the Clun-like CLINton Coat. Clents/Clints share the Deed/Dade Coat, and Daddys share the Pollock saltire. It can be gleaned that English Packs use a version of the Anchor-related Anger Coat.
Debons are expected in the "De bon" motto term of Bennets and Benedicts, that being the line of PierLEONi Jews. Leo's, with a lion in the colors of the Bono/Debon lion, were first found near Spoleto...not far from the first-known Ottone's. It makes Stuarts look like they bumped into Pierleoni. Leo's and Ottone's were of Umbria, which I see with NorthUMBRIA, where Morells (could be the red Stewart lion) were first found. The Morell cross is colors reversed from the Windsor crosses, by the way. The "aNIMO" motto term of Morells can be for Nimo's (Morell / Keep colors), first found in Stirlingshire with an Allen river, with the Guiscards/Wisharts, and with the Chappes'/CHEAPS that got suspect with Keeps. The latter happen to use a "galley" ship, as well as the same bend as Morells and Noble's! Keeps had become suspect from Syphax, who was allowed to live his prison term in Rome, where Pierleoni later crept up. Keeps (Sussex, same as Bone's) use a weaver's shuttle while Weavers ("Esto FideLIS") share "esto" with Morells! Bingo, the Morell bend is the Keep bend, and the Stewart ship is therefore likely the Keep ship. Keeps are beloved in the motto of Hebrons/Hepburns, first found in Northumberland with Morells! This is new Stewart-roots material (which I may not remember when it's needed again). With a Syphax trace to Speccots/Space's, it suddenly makes sense as to why they share the fret with Berkshire's.
By the way, the Nimo-beloved Bois'/Boasts take us the "De Bois-Herbert" family in the write-up of English Bois', and then a version of the Bono Coat is with English Herberts, the latter having a "Constantia" motto term. These Huberts are in Fort colors and seem to have Forts in their motto. When you get to the mention of Nimo's and Bois' later, you'll know why French Herberts use the Stur and Drummond fesses.
The "neSCIT" motto term of the Brittany Maurels (share the Brock fleur) is like the "vireSCIT" motto term of Brocks, and Brocks happen to share the full Stewart motto. Brocuffs/Procops share the red, potent cross with Skits and their Skate/Sheet branch. As Maurilion's daughter (Mummolin's wife) was Berthe, her line looks to be to the Brits/Brets that share a red lion in Crest with Morells. It makes "Berthe" suspect with the naming of Brittany.
Shechemite Connection to the Sakarya
There's more than one Maurilion. The Maurilion I stress is said to be the father of Berthe, while in the page below, we see Maurilion of Angouleme as the husband of Agnes Berthe (Thuringia). Maurilion of Angouleme is said to be the son on Artemia, daughter of Rusticus of Lyon. She's married to Florentinus of Geneva, and it just so happens that the Saluzzo Shield is shared by both Packs and Segni's/Segurana's (Este eagle) of Geneva. The Brits/BRETs are said to be from Sanford, and San(d)fords can link to Santones, who lived at Angouleme! Excellent. Segni's/Segurana's use a MOLINE cross, suspect from MumMOLIN, grandson of Artemia above, and then Mummolin's Wikipedia page asks whether his wife was BERTHE, while at least one other page makes Berthe a daughter of a Maurilion. The heraldry is checking out right.
I have not been familiar with Florentinus being of Geneva, or I would have made the Segurana and Seagar link to him long ago. Flore's even use the cross of Fessys (love the Segni's/Segurana's in their motto), yet the same cross is also in the colors of the Seagar moline. Seagars are now said to be first found in Devon, beside the Baths who share the Fessy cross. German Siegers (Baden area) even share an eagle on gold with Segurana's, and the Fessy cross in colors reversed. As the English Este Coat once used the horse head still showing for Butts/Bute's (format of Italian Maurels), it traces the latter even harder than before to Bodegisel, Mummolin's son.
Berthe-suspect Brits/Brets were first found at Samford/Sanford Brett...in Somerset, same as Baths. Sanfords/Samfords/Sandfords have quadrants colors reversed from those of Jewish Arens/Aarons, like the Arun location of FitzAlans. German Arens may be with the Sieger eagle, for both surnames share roses on gold, and the Sieger quadrants are half in the colors of the Aren/Aaron quadrants. Inn fact, zowie, the Sieger quadrants are those of Fasts, from the Vasto rulers at and around Saluzzo! Fasts and their Falstaff branch were first found in Norfolk, where Seagars were said to be first found for the past ten years, until recently.
We saw Berthe of Thuringia, and while Talls were first found there, Brits/Brets share the lion of TALbots. Talbots were counts at Eu, and I am sure that there was a Dudo at Eu, for I recall telling this to a reader seeking his kin in Dudo, founder of Nassau. Siegerland of Germany is the origin of Nos-like Nassau counts. Nassau's are even Nose's/Naso's. It's compelling to see the Seagar moline as a version of this Rangabe cross because Orange-Nassau merged with "RANGabe"-suspect Orange.
Italian Naso's (could be the Dol fesse) were first found in Florence, where "Florentinus" traces. Things really click when just one good key is found. Naso's use mill stones while Mills use another blue moline, the color of the Segni/Segurana moline. Mills share "industria" with the Arms of Rothschild, and those Arms share the Fast and Petty quadrants, which is essentially a link of Peter Pollock to Saluzzo things. Cluns were first found near his Rothes castle, and the Clun-suspect Clintons share the six black fitchees, in the same pattern, with Tarves'. Clents/Clints share the garbs of Dade's/Deeds (Norfolk, same as Fasts), and they might be from count Dudo, founder of Nassau.
As Dudo was of LAURENburg, and Laurels, beloved by Lorraine's and Laurys / Lowrys, share the Nassau lion. It's interesting that I asked Lorraine out, at the corner of LORNE street, for the first time on my BIRTHday. Repeat: "We saw Berthe of Thuringia, and while Talls were first found there, Brits/Brets share the lion of TALbots. Talbots were counts at Eu, and I am sure that there was a Dudo at Eu..." As I've said many times, my last night with Lorraine was when she had a grass stain on her pants. Grace's/Grasse's were first found in Provence with French Laurins and French Majors. Lorraine pointers were was all over the Pepins, and Spanish Majors share the checkered Shield of Pepoli's (see Papia below). English Grace's/Grass' have a reflection, in colors reversed, of the Brit/Bret Coat (share fitchees with Births/Berts). If the other Berthe, the one said to be Mummolin's wife, was of this line, it's notable that Mummolin ruled on the other side of the Meuse river from Lorraine. An hour or less after I saw her grass stain (it's why I left her), I was dancing with Mamie, who was God's pointer to Mummolin. I had never met Mamie before that dance.
Pepoli's share black-and-white checks with English Steels who in-turn share the red lion head of French Majors. German Steels are the ones with the griffin of Berta's, and the pale bar of Tullia's/Tulls. Tullia of Lyon is suspect in the green lion of Lorraine's, for Lyons use the green lion. Tullia's/Tulls share the Tool lion, and Laurels (in the Lorraine Crest) were at TOULouse. Is it correct that my Lorraine was a pointer also to Nassau? Was Tullia named after the Talbot-suspect Talls of Thuringia, or whatever the Talls were at that time? The heraldic talbot dog is suspect with Dogs/Doags, first found in Perthshire with Lyons (and Alan-related Cluns).
DittMAYERs are split in the split colors of Tarves'. English Mayers/Mayers are from a Papia, apparently related to Papia of Normandy, a half sister of William of Eu, for the latter's half brother was Mauger...the name of a character in the Major write-up, son of Papia of Envermeu. The latter was "mother of Mauger, Archbishop of Rouen, and William of TALou" (her Wikipedia article). Is the latter the Talbot-of-Eu ancestor?
William of Eu was father to William II Busac d'Eu, count of Soissons. The Wikipedia article on Mummolin (father of Babon, Bodegisel) fails to mention that he was count of Soissons, but this translated article on Mummolin mentions it. This page has Mummolin of Soissons born in Angouleme in 560, 50 years after Mummolin earlier in this update, likewise born in Angouleme. With the line of Mummolin going to rulers of Eu (if it does), then Tullia of Lyon can perhaps explain the Talbot lion if carriers of her name came to name Talbots (same place as DOL Alans). The "D'AccompLIR" motto term of Talbots can be gleaned with the Liers, first found in Tullia-suspect Dol, and the Liers happen to share the scallops of Meschins (Shropshire, same as Talbots), which are on red in the Tailbois Chief! This is wild, a Tullia trace to Dol via Talbots. Tullia's/Tulls share the lion of
Mauger "was banished from Rouen to the Isle of Guernsey. There he married GISELLa or Guille..." BodeGISEL. Gisels/GRIS' (can explain the Talbot-Grey relationship) were first found in Brittany, in the Mott area of the Henrys. Gisels/Gris' have a Coat like the Best/Bec Coat, and Eu elements were at Bec Abbey along with the Clare-Crispins. Grimo, son of Bodegisel's brother, must be to Grimaldi's, who are said by at least one Mr. Grimaldi to have married Crispina, Rollo's daughter. German Gris'/Griims tend to agree concerning Grimaldi links to Crispins via Gisel-Gris links to Bests/Becs (share the Monaco / Nassau lion).
I'm pretty sure that it was Mr. Skeetz, who emailed me about his bloodline, was seeking Schutz roots in the realm Dudo of Nassau. Therefore, it should be added here that the Major Crest shares a greyhound with gold collar with Schutz's. While German Huns/Hundts (Dog/Doag colors and format) use the greyhound, the Huns/Hungate's (near Dachau) use talbot dogs in the same colors. Dogs/Doags are also Dack-like Doaks, and share the Tax/Dach/Dack / Shot/SHUTE sword, and Shute's can be of the Shutz variation of Schutz's. Mr. Skeetz said that he expected Schutz's with Scotts, but neither of us knew at the time that Scott-branch Scoots/Scougals share the black Schutz greyhound. Compare the Scott Coats to the Talbot Coats, again suggesting a Major-Talbot link.
Scougals are like Shoe variations, and Paioni-suspect Poindexters, first found on an island beside Guernsey, share the lone Shoe star. If the Scoots/Scougals use a pen in Crest, it's got to be for the line of Penes'/Pennys who share their greyhound. The Maugers of Guernsey started with an earlier Mauger (son of Richard I and brother of William of Eu above, that explains Talbot-Major connections): "He ruled as Count of Corbeil through his wife Germaine de Corbeil." Corbeils strikes me as raven-liner Corbetts/Corbans / Corbins, but, in any case, Corbeils and Germaine's (giant, Massey fleur) were both first found in Savoy with the Masseys/Masse's who once showed the boots of Trips/Treffs though the latter now show shoes. What were primary Normans doing in Savoy? Were their bottomless stomachs not happy with Normandy and England? After all, they had been nothing but thieving vagabonds on the seas, animals. Their expertise in adventurism was deception > brutality for self-gain; what others worked for, they swallowed, and destined themselves to become fuel for the flames of Hell. The contrast between the end-time globalist pirates and the Son of God will bring the Creator great glory. Come Lord, show us how life should be done from the top down.
The theory is that Talbots enter the Eu / Major picture as a line from Berthe of THURINgia, which might explain the Corbets/Corbins of TOURAINE. Basina of Thuringia traces to the Bessin, home of Ivo Taillebois. I didn't know until now that Ivo was a grandson of Fulk III of Anjou. That's amazing, for as I trace the red-on-white scallop to Flavians of Rieti, Tailbois' use them in colors reversed! Clinched. His ancestry in Fulk must be a well-guarded secret, but the heraldry checks out. Fulke's/Volks use a fleur in Tailbois-scallop colors.
The Pollock motto had been traced to Aude in France, suspect there from something in Roquefeuil, explaining Pollock kin if Roxburghshire. A Margaret Pol was of Foix-Candale in that area, and while I read that Candale (Aquitaine) was of the Kendalls, Ivo was made a ruler of Kendall (Cumbria). In his Wikipedia article there is mention of Sauve-Majeure Abbey smack near Candale. I'll come back to this.
Maceys share a Coat version of the Bride's/Brights (Savoy), and their stars can be gleaned as those of Brettans/Britains/Brittanys, which begs whether these were from Berthe, wife of Mummolin. Her father traces to Maurels/Maurini's who have a version of the Bute/Butt Coat, but it's also a near-version of the Bride/Bright Coat. Brights are suspect from Brigantium (Briancon), in Savoy, and thus Berthe may have been a Brigantian whose line named Brittany, even as the Dulo-suspect line of Tullia named Brittany's Dol. Scottish Bride's have a version of the Fail/Fall/Vail Shield and Crest, sharing the black griffin with Talbot-related Scotts. Fails/Falls share the black eagle with the Arms of Guillestre, a location a small ways down the Durance river from Briancon. French Brians are said to be from Alans of Brittany.
Amazingly, Brains, because they have three leopard faces in pale to match the three Brian lions in pale, can prove that Brians are from Berthe elements, because the Brain pale bar is in the colors of the Tullia/Tull pale bar. Wow, this is a good new key to have. Reminder, two red pale bars are with the Steels who add the Berta griffin. Tails/Tailers (linkable by Chives' to Taylards) use three lions in pale too, which might reveal that Talbots were their branch (Chives' were from near TURIN).
If the following explanation for the formation of Knee's is correct, then I think I can understand why God seems to have stressed them. Rogers, first found in Savoy with the Massey kin of Shoe-loving Trips, use a bend in Knee bend colors. Trips were first found in Hamburg, and one Hamburg Coat has the Roger / Knee bend. Shoe's use a "knight issuing at the knees," and, finally, God showed me that Knee's share the Stanley bend while the Stanley stag heads could be those of Anne's, for the Savoy Rogers are said to have had a branch at Annecy. I see nothing important about this, unless Annecy was named by the line of Annas of Israel. The Majors, whose branches we just saw in Savoy, have a version of the Annas Chief and Shield. In short, "Knee" may be short for "Annecy," for English Rogers share the black stag with Knee's! I probably won't remember all of this, but it's firm in my head that Rogers are Knee kin.
It was the Germaine branch of Majors that are suspect with Savoy's Masseys (Lys river not far in Aosta), and then German Germans were first found in Hamburg. Ahh, English Germans (Essex, same as Quints) almost have the three pale bars of Knights! Zikers, Knee's look like kin of Majors. Three fesses in the colors of those pale bars are used by German-like Hermans, first found in Provence, beside Germaine's, making Hermans look like a Major line of the Mauger>Germaine kind. French Majors were likewise first found in Provence, yup, that works.
Or, might the Annacker variation of Major-beloved Anchors suggest "Annecy." Looks like. Recall my trace of the Anchor Coat to the Arms of Agrigento, where mythical Aeneas stopped. Annecy can thus be an Aeneas-Trojan line. Savoy (location of Annecy) is beside the French Majors. Majors became archbishop of Rouen, and the Rouen mascles are in the colors of the similar Anchor lozenges. The mascles of Quince's are in the same colors, and the Ladys, first found in Northamptonshire with Quince's, use a version of the Anchor Coat.
I always trace Ranulph de Gernon-Meschin to the Foots and Fothes', and Footes, I had read, is a location on Guernsey (an island off the coast of Manche, home of Masseys). Was de GERNON a GERMAINE/German? Jarrie's/Garrys/Hare's share the Lyon lion, and Lyons with Lannoys (knight!) connect to the Tree's/True's (knight!) in the French Massey/Masse Coat. The JARman variation of Germans can explain Jarrie's, for Lyon is a city at the base of the Savoy uplands. Polish Packs share the giant Germaine fleur, but it's in the colors of the fleur of Lys'/Lisse's who likewise share courant greyhounds with Shoe-suspect Scoots/Scougals and Penes'/Pennys (Northamptonshire). Anchors are in the English Pack Chief (this is a Clinton-like Chief). French Packs a tree. Majors are in a Peter motto.
Shifting gears,The Anchor Chief is a version of the Anger Chief, and Angers is near Angouleme, and perhaps related to it. Mills, expected with mythical Milo de Vere of Angers, were first found in Hampshire with the Hangers that share the escarbuncle with Angers.
Milo de Vere was made the son of mythical Melusine, suspect as code for Melissena Rangabe. That works, and if Rangabe's were named after Angers elements, we can trace them with Angers and Anchors to Ankara, and it just so happens that while Michael I Rangabe was the Byzantine emperor, Michael II was a so-called Amorian emperor, from Amorium, smack near Ankara! That is all very compelling in proving that Rangabe's were Angevins (peoples of Anjou) in connection with Ankara. Wow. And while Amorium is in Phrygia with the SAKARia river, that's where I've been tracing "Seager"! Nassau's thereby trace excellently to Ancore, the alternative name of Nicaea, making Nassau's look like a branch of Nice's/Ness'. Nicaea was near or even in Bithynia, where a third queen Nysa ruled that was descended from the first two.
Recall that the father of Plancia Magna was from Galatia, location of Ankara, for her line goes to Fulks of Anjou, at Angers. As I said, Anchors trace to the Arms of Agrigento, location of the Drago river, and Milo de Vere was a product of Nicholas de Vere von DRAKEnberg, a self-proclaimed prince of witchcraft who favored world rule by Stewarts. Mills were first found in the same place as Drake's and their Fly kin, and Tullia's/Tulls use the butterFLY three times. The butterflies are on a red pale bar, and the Steele's with two red pale bars share the BERTa griffin, hmmm. In myth, Annas-like Aeneas stopped at Agrigento. If Aeneas liners became both the Anchors and Annas', then I probably have no justification for tracing Anchors to "Ankara" (or Ancore at Nicaea), unless Ankara elements named Agrigento/Acragas.
Greys use the motto, "Anchor FAST anchor." Majors use an anchor, and moreover this Major Coat is a version of the Annas Coat while Anchors are Annas-like Annackers...which can suggest that Annas' formed a hard-c ending for at least one variation, though not necessarily forming the Anchors outright.
As I trace Annas of Israel to the Ananes Gauls, I now need to link them to the Ankara / Sakarya area. This can be done via the Sawyer checks, for Sawyers were first found in Norfolk, where Sawyer-like Seagars were first found. The Sawyer checks are shared by Pelaiz's, suspect with "Placentia," where Ananes lived. The Sawyer motto seems to love Church's, who use GREYhounds. And Church-like Kirks ("OPtiMUM") use a version of the Annas Coat!!! That was why I traced the Kirk crozier to Creusa, wife of mythical Aeneas. French Crozier's were first found in Auvergne with the Bouillons who share a giant and white flory cross with Rangabe's. Bouillons share a "vero" motto term with Vere's, the ones who put Rangabe's into myth form (to hide the Byzantine facts?). Irish Fairs (Fier branch) use a moline version of the Bouillon flory. French Crozier's were first found beside Creuse, and Italian Croce's share a lion (same as Rita and Pool lion) of a Blank surname, a potential Plancia liner. Eschyna de Molle married Mr. Croc(e), and her daughter married Peter Pollock's brother. The potent cross is shared by English Croce's and Brocuffs/PROCOPs, the latter traced recently to Procopia, wife of Michael Rangabe.
Hmm, the daughter of Melissena Rangabe was EUDOKia (pre-dated Ottone Visconti)), what I see with names like, Eudes, often substituted with, Odo. The Ottone's/Oddo's are in Rangabe colors, hmm. The Odins (crozier!) were first found in Yorkshire with Oddie's, and the latter use a saltire in the colors of the Rangabe moline. Recall the crozier of Kirks who seem to love MumMOLIN in their motto, for the crozier is in saltire with a white sword, the symbol of Aude's/Odde's (Oddie / Ottone/Oddo colors). The "AUDACter" motto term of Pollocks suddenly looks like "EUDOKia." Markhams, first found in Nottinghamshire with Annas', use "Audax."
Repeat: "Markhams are said to be from a Crey location in France, clinching Cressys with Cressants[/Creys]." That looks like a Grey branch, doesn't it? The three Cressant/Crey bends are half in the colors of the Gallia bend, and I trace Amyntes to "MUNDeric," son of Florentinus and ARTEMia, because ARTEMidoros was Amyntes' son. Amyntes lived in/near Ankara, or on/near Sakarya. This is a good place to say that while the Sakarya was also the SANGarius, Singers/Sangers share the Stick garbs while I trace Stick-liner Astikas' to Astakos (Greece), yet there is an Astacus location on the light map below right beside Ancore. Gallia, mother of Tullia, feasibly a Galatian.
I've got to say that the flory cross may be in honor specifically of Florentinus, who linked earlier to Sakarya-liner Segni's/Segurana's.
A thing I don't recall ever mentioning is that the Tankerville's (Tancred branch) are said to spring from the Greys along with Stamfords/Stanfords. Stanfords use goats in the colors of the Sanger horses, and Phrygia had the mythical goat, Marsyas, suspect with the Marsi i.e. the line to the Marici and Markhams. This can explain with two Mark surnames share checks on a bend with Sakarya-suspect Sawyers. When living in Markham, God provided many heraldic clues in the kids I knew, and the streets of my community, as was shown in the last update, where Markhams were stressed for the first time. I do recall that Brenda Sage, a classmate, lived on MAJOR Buttons drive. German Sage's are Sagars/Segars too, and Brends (left hands) were first found in Staffordshire with Stamfords and Stanfords. Stems are Steins and German Steins use the goat too.
NOW LOOK: Major BUTTONs. The Button fesse is that also of Butts/Bute's/BOETs, suspect from the Sadducee house of Boethus, but suspect also from Boeotians in relation to Shechemites there, at Schimatari, which is at TANAGRa, where I have been tracing TANKERville's!!! Wow. Majors are the ones merged with Greys, in-turn merged with Sakarya liners. The Brends even share the pheon of Nickle's/Nichols, possible Nicaea/Ancore liners. Brenda Sage.
You know, the scimitar has a distinct similarity with the Saxon sword. I wonder, was there a connection between the two when "scimitar" was coined, just because the Scythians were from Shechemites? They say that Scythians were Saka. I've identified Gog with Royal Scythians (Ukraine), and Schims/Shands share the boar of Googe's and Gough's, the latter first found in Wales, said to be home to Cimmerians. I had read of Gug-Cimmerians, formed possibly when Royal Scythians followed Cimmerians south into Anatolia, when Cimmerians took the kingdom of Rosh-suspect king Rusa not long before they were penned by Ezekiel. The same boar is shared by Mole's while Shechemite liners included the Shake's with mole hills. Eschyna de Molle married Mr. Croce, and Croce's share the potent cross with Scythian-like Skits and Skate's. She also married a Dol Alan, from Alania, home of Gog's hoards. Huns are expected with greyhounds, shared by Skit-like Schutz's, and while greyhounds are part-code for Greys, they use a version of the Talbot Coat while both Talbots Coats are versions of both Scott Coats. Can this trace Shechemites liners to lake Scodra? Scidrus of southern Italian can be connected to Scodra thanks to Saraca's of the Scodra area at Saracena and Laus of the Scidrus area. Lissus-liner Lys'/Lisse's share courant greyhounds with Scott-branch Scoots. Lissus is near Scodra. Taylards are from Shake-colored Chapells (looks like a chaplet), and the Saxon surname has chaplets.
New from the Cadely variation of Shots/Shute's. Caddells share the Scoot Shield! It clinches Shute's as a Scoot / Scott branch. Caddells were first found in Banffshire with Tropoje-suspect Troops, and Tropoje is not far from lake Scodra. The Caddell buckles are now known to be code for Banffshire's Buckle location.
I think the Crest of Scoots is the so-called pen in the Crest of Carlisle's, the latter first found in Cumberland with SHAKEspeare's. Wow. The black, courant greyhounds must be of the Penes'/Pennys, from the Penestae on the same river as Lissus. If Penestae were Paeonians, they might be from the Poeni of Panias, in the Phoenician realm of mythical Cadmus, founder of Thebes in Boeotia, the area of SchimaTARi, the latter possibly named partly after whatever mythical PanDAReus, father of Aedon, mythical queen of Thebes. Doesn't "PANdareus" look like a Panias-Tyre / Panias-Tarsus / Panias-Taurus combo? Did Saka name that Sakarya? Were they Shechemites?
William Shakespeare was of Warwickshire, and Warwicks (same place as Shakespeare's) use three lions in the colors and format of Googe's. The Warwick Coat is perhaps in the James Coat, and here I'd like to say that, in the King James Bible, the 46th word in the 46th Psalm is, "shake," and the 46th word backward in the same Psalm is, "spear." It is so in my King James Bible. Shakespeare lived at the time of king James when he ordered the writing of that Bible. Those (Catholics? Stewart Masons?) who say that God ordered the King James Bible as His only one are dreaming a dream I cannot understand. Why why why make that claim? I simply don't understand.
By the way, I've just realized again that the Fulke/Volk fleur can be the Perkin fleur in colors reversed, and when we examine the "VIGILum" motto term of Perkins, we get Italian Vigils with the split Shield of Fulke's/Volks, serving as evidence that Perkins are from Perga, Plancia's home. The Belgian Flecks use the Vigil split in colors reversed, and the Norfolk Flecks are Flags too while there is a flag in the Dudon/Dodington Crest. I'm still looking for the owners of the white Pollock/Polk hunting horn, and the Dudons/Dodingtons use white horns while being possible a branch of Daddys/Dowds/Doodys (Pollock saltire).
Galatians included the TectoSAGI, the ones married by Artemidoros. Sage's are also Sacks. Sackets were first fund in Worcestershire with Plancia-liner Hills. If Sachs/Sax's have an angel in Crest, note that English Angels have the Anger lozenges in colors reversed.
For the possibility that Plancia's father was from Ankara, the trick is to find an Anchor kin with a Plank-like surname. We could add that while Plancia traces through Vespasia Polla to Pollocks, Plocks use lozenges in colors reversed from the Anchor lozenges. The three lozenges in the Peter Chief are in the gold of the three similar lozenges in the Anchor Chief, for yet another potential Anchor trace to Plancia Magna. One of the two Plank surnames has a giant lion in the color of the giant lion of Anchor-loving Greys. As I said, the latter use the talbot Coat in colors reversed while Talbots were first found in Shropshire with the Pollock progenitor. I had read that Catherine Roet (Rieti liner) descended from either Croys or Groys, but they are listed both with Greys. French Talbots (same place as Meschins) share the bend of Talls, and together their Coats point to Massena's and their Masci branch, and as Talls (Thuringia) share bees with Bessins (Talbots were likely in the Bessin), it's obvious that they had linked with queen Basina, from Thuringia. Yet we saw Berthe of Thuringia above, wife of Maurilion of Angouleme.
From reading just now that Talbots were first named, D'Eu, it was realized that Dee's are a Talbot branch, for they share a giant lion on a bordered Shield with Talbots. The two Dee surnames were first found where two Dee rivers are found. It suggests that the line of Basina was at those two river, and one is in Aberdeenshire, where Thuringia-like Turins/Thurins were first found. Basina was married to CHILDeric, and Childs were first found in Hertfordshire with the Prests in the Talbot motto! Zinger, this is new material. Talbots descended from the same Normandy area as Tosni's, who descended from MalaHULE along with Meschins, explaining why Maule's/Morleys share the Tailbois scallops. Morley-like Morells come to topic soon. Hule's and Halls (Lincolnshire, same as Tailbois') use TALBOT dogs.
If the "Deo" motto term of Gore's is for Dee's, it's very notable that French Gore's/Jore's, with a version of the French Alan Coat, share the red greyhound with Majors. I saw that the Alan martlets were once ducks in the same colors. The Talbot motto looks like code also for Dacks, one of which are the Ducks having lion heads in the colors of the Dee lion. The "labore" motto term of Dee's is for Labore's (Yorkshire, same as Richmond) sharing the Gore fesse, but Labore's use the double fesses of Richmonds, from Alans of Brittany.
New: Ivo Tailgebosch in the Tailbois write-up suggests the Bois'/Boasts (said to have included Walter Bosco) in the Nimo motto, suggesting that Nimo's share the Tailbois saltire. English Bois' share the Talbot lion. Were Bois liners Boiotians? I don't know. Busca is near Saluzzo, and if correct that Sales'/Salletts are from Saluzzo's namers, let's add that the Selletae Thracians were to the south side of Scythia Minor. Bois'/Boasts (version of Saleman Coat) share the cinquefoils of Arthur-beloved Hurts, the latter first found in Oxfordshire with Saluzzo-liner Clintons. Bush's/Buschs share the Saleman eagles. This effectively traces le Meschin's Taillebois wife to Cuneo's Busca. With Bois-loving Nimo's first found in Stirling, it's not a wonder that the Stirlings/STURlings (merger with Lings / Lynch's / Langs?) share a version of the Bois/Boast and Saleman Coats, or that the Brittany Bois'/Boscs ("du Bois de la Salle" entity) share the three fesses of Sturs. Stirlings (beside Perthshire) share "Gang" in their motto with Drummonds (Perthshire, same as Saluzzo-line Cluns), and the latter share those same three fesses. Nimo's share the crescents of Seatons, and the latter share a "forward" motto term with Stirlings. The latter share the cinquefoils of Ardens, and Seatons use "HazARD yet forward."
The Lynch's share the Coat of BOY-using Bothwells (Bois' are Boys' too), and Booths/Boths (similar to the Ling Coat) share the black boars of Bush's/Buschs, suggesting that a Lynch element named SturLINGs. The Carlisle's, from a Carlisle location near Stirling, use a pen probably for the LYNX-using Penes'/Pennys. Lyncestis was in Paeonia, and beside PELAGONia, where I trace the Stewart / Lang pelican. Bothwells are Bute liners, and to help prove it, Bothwells were at the Clyde river while Clauds/CLAUSELs are in Bothwell colors and format, and then Butua is near the Clausula river.
English Bois' were related to Herberts, and Herberts share the three Warwick lions for a potential Bois link to Shakespeare's and therefore to Schimatari BOIOtians. In fact, these Herbert lions (Skull lion?) are on a split Shield so that the whole looks like the Bono/Bonino Coat, and as Boii were in Bononia, the Bois' look like a Boii merger with Bush's. Warwicks share the three James lions, and James' were first found in Surrey with Michaels while German Michaels were first found in Boii-founded Bohemia. "Supero" is a motto term of the Surrey Michaels who share the Peter lozenges, and while Peter pollock built a castle on the Spey river, Super-like Spears are also Speyers. Were Shechemites of the Shakespeare kind in the Speers, on the Spey?? George Bush was a Skull-and-Boner (Skulls have a version of the English Bone Coat).
Hmm, Henry Speyer (son of Otto) was a Salian German of Worms, and the Worm Coat has a bend in colors reversed from the bends of two Peter surnames. The Salian surname is with Salmon-suspect Salemans, and MacAbbe's, first found in Arran with Worms suspect Blue's/GORMs, use the salmon ("gorm = worm"). Worms is the ancestry of French kings, the Robertians, and Peter's brother was Robert. The Robertians were also the Capetian dynasty, and while the Geddes' motto is suspect with Capetians, it also honors the Majors along with Peters. Recall how Ratterys connected excellently with Supers, for Supers were first found in Devon with Rothes', and with the Pike's in the pike fish of Geddes'. Nitt-suspect Nitts/Naughts share the Rothes / Peterson lion head. The Geds were on the Nith with Close's (share green Crest with Worms) who are in-turn related to Super-branch Spurrs. The three Rattery fitchees are in the Coat of Picks, first found in Kent, where the other Rothes branch loved. The Close-related Kilpatricks share a green dragon in Crest with WORMs and FORMans (share anchor with Majors), and the latter have the Robert lion, I assume, in their Chief.
German Planks are also Blanks, and French Blanks have a "Sans tache" motto while Tache's (GREYhound) share the red scallop with Rieti liners i.e. who trace to Plancia Magna now suspect from the Galatian roots of Grey kin, the Anchors. To put it another way, Vespasia Polla is expected from the family of Artemidoros, whose daughter, Julia Tyche, birthed Julia Polla. The Sans' have a giant eagle in the colors of the same of Siegers/Seagars. TICKHILLS are suspect with Hills, who in-turn use the Plunkett tower. Ticks are the Tucks/Tooks/Touques, and the Grey-related Talbots are from the Touques river. We saw why Schimatari elements should connect to the Sakarya, and here we can add that Tacks are said to be a branch of Tankerville's i.e. from Schimatari. Plus, Shechemites are to the Shake's (mole HILLs), and Shakespeare's (share double-tipped spear with Fulke's/Volks) have a "sanz" motto term.
Alright, then, we have made a lot of sense with tracking Annas suspect to the Sakarya, home of the Great Mother Witch, and the Anne's/Hanne's are even said to have been at Tickhill. So, who cares? Why am I writing this? Kingdom of God, hurry up, that's all that matters. But, God is taking things easy. For some reason, he wants these things exposed now.
Shakespeare's were first found in Cumberland the Daggers (Vere colors) that were likely related to Fiers/Fere's a branch of Vere's, and with Fairs (Vere colors) having a giant anchor, and with KIRKs who in-turn have a version of the Annas Coat (Vere's share the Annas star). Shakespeare's are said to have been at KIRKland, and Kirklands have a white version of the Wigton Coat, can we believe it? Wigton is where Hanna's (Hand colors) were first found. Baddes'/Bate's/Bats' use hands, and Shakespeare's were at Baddeley Clinton. The write-up traces to an old Henry Baten, and then we find that Badens/Battens (same place as Kirk-like Church's) have three axes in the colors and format of the three Hanna stag heads...quite amazing because two Shakespeare locations have brought us to Hanna's. Is this verification that one main killer of Jesus was a Shechemite Levite? If so, Shechemites need to trace to the Ticino...and one way is via the Marsyas cult of Phrygia.
Or, to put it another way, the Laevi need to trace to the line of Artemidoros, and that line did marry LAEVillus. Place bets on whether TICino elements named Julia Tyche. But who cares? Come Kingdom of God, that's what this world needs. Yet, God is at peace, and wants first to drag the sons of Annas open-mouthed through the mud of their own cesspool. It is coming. If you're worried that the end times is Christian persecution, it is 1,000 times worse for the sons of Annas. Warned, yet they refuse to take the warning. Warned, yet they refuse to repent.
Baths/Battens were traced solidly to Rothes castle on the Spey river, and Spears are SPEYers too. Shechemite line through Shakespeare's can be expected with Rothes elements.
Lupus Laevillus is to the wolf heads of Quade's/QUOIDs, and Kirks even have a "quod" motto term. I've told why the "OPTEM" motto term of Teague's should be partly for Opgalli, the Herod line to Laevillus, and Kirks use "OPTIMum." If the Kirks used two swords, their Coat would include the Tax/Dack/Dach Coat...the line suspect to Dachau.
Back to the Chathams (black border), because they too have a "quod" motto term. Chathams were in Greater Manchester, location of Shakerley of the Shake's. Yup, that's right. Black-border Parrs and Furness' were likewise first found in Lancashire, and Borders (same place as Church's) do use the Tax/Dach Coat. Church's love the Greys, and Talbots, with a version of the Grey Coat, have a motto suspect for Dacks. The Arms of Dachau has a sling shot, and the Shot/Shute sword is used by Borders, Tax's and Kirks too. It's the Sawyer motto term, "Cherches," that points to Church's, and Sawyers can be a branch of Sarah's/Sayers who share the bend of Shakespeare's.
I've just seen that houseofnames has removed the note that Sawyers were first found in Norfolk, and in the meantime it has not replaced it with another location. I'm not sure that Sawyers were a Seagar branch; they may have been Sava-river liners such as Saws/Shaws. The saw is a symbol of Hamiltons (Renfrewshire, same as Spears), and they share the ermined cinquefoils of English Blanks. Mr. Galleri in the write-up of Sava-liner Sauers traces well to the Gallerys/Galloways, and the Hanne's of Wigton were in Galloway. Wiggins (no 't') use virtually the Annas Coat.
I can connect the Hansons, who have already been resolved with Annas of Israel, to Hanne's. The English Hanson Crest may have the Sava/Savage lion, therefore. In the Hanson Shield, a version of the Levin/Living Shield. If Hansons do use the Savage lion, and it Sawyers were Sava liners, then the Sawyer martlets can be in the Levin/Living Chief. The Hanson Chief has the same lions as Rothes', and I have evidence that they are the Rothes lion in particular. If Hansons merged with Peter Pollock, they could share the Peter mascles in colors reversed, that being black on gold. Instead, Hansons use black-on-white mascles, yet German Hansons use black-on-gold lozengy, and they can be proven to be the lozengy of Lombards, first found in Renfrewshire with saw-liner Hamiltons, and Pollocks. Thanks to a tip from God that traced Hansons to Crema in Lombardy, I know that The German Hansons share the same lion as Sforza's, and the old green snake of Visconti's (Milan, Lombardy capital). It therefore appears that Scottish Lombards have the Peter mascles as lozenges.
Peter Pollock's father was probably in Vilaine with the Dol Alans and the Plunketts, and here we find that the Vilain Coat is a Saluzzo-suspect version of the Hanson and Levin/Living Coats (Saluzzo's and Vilains use no symbols). Vilains were first found in Norfolk, where Sawyers were said to be first found (great reason to trace Sawyer martlets to Levins/Livings), and where Bus' were first found who share the ermined Blank / Hamilton cinquefoil. The KIRKlands, suspect as a branch of the ones in the Sawyer motto, and with a version of the Wigton Coat, were first found in the area of Levins/Livings, Italian Lombards share the Chief of French Alans.
The apparent link of Vilains to the Hanson Coat is a great argument for seeing the Rothes lions in the Hanson Chief, especially as Rothes' were previously said to be first found in Shropshire...where Sellicks were first found who may be with the Wigton stars. Wigtons were first found in Yorkshire with English Hansons, and Wigtons with Kirklands share the gold border with two Hanson Coats, one being the German Hansons. That's a big deal where Quade-related Kirks look like they share the Annas Shield. The Annas stars may yet be in the Kirkland Coat.
The way to trace Hansons to Lupus Laevillus is by way of the FUGGer/Fuggit Coat, identical with the Coat of Danish Hansons. It has the split colors of Maple's in colors reversed, and Maple's were first found in Essex with Fug-like Faux's and Quints. Maple's had a Maplebeck location in Nottinghamshire, with the first-known Annas' in that area. The Faux's share those black lozenges (in both colors) we spoke of in the Hanson Coat, and Faux's are said to be a branch of Vaux's, whose chequey Shield traces with Leavells to Laevillus, making Levins/Livings suspect with that line. French Faux's/Fage's share the Fugger fleur and the Chief-Shield colors of French Lombards. The Quint chevron is shared by French Lombards, making the black fleur of those Lombards suspect from June's / Jeune's, kin of Yonge's, likewise first found in Essex.
The other Yonge's were first found in the same Yorkshire area as English Hansons, and they share the same Chief-Shield color combination. These are the same Yonge's with the three piles of Leavells. These Yonge's apparently love the Dents (Yorkshire) who in-turn have a lozenges version of the Rothes Coat, and these lozenges are colors reversed from the Hanson mascles.
The Fugger-like Foggs were first found in Kent, where early Rothes' were. Foggs share the annulets and fesse of Frocks/Frogs, the latter first found in Shropshire, where Rothes' were said to be first found. I have not been familiar with the Elgin Coat, but ever since Rothes' were stressed in this update, the pierced stars of Elgins are in my head, and they are used on a fesse, as are the same stars (in colors reversed) of Foggs. Figgs share the Fogg Coat, but were first found in Cambridgeshire with June's and Jeune's. Frocks/Frogs may be a branch of Froggits, from BROGITarus. Note that Fuggers have a FuGGIT variation, like the ending on "Froggit," for Fuggers share the fleur of Brogitarus-suspect Brocks. Ha, there is a Brockit/Brockhead Coat...who share the black patonce cross with Taylards and Cornhills (same place as Foggs). The Rothes write-up: "By his wife, Maud de CORNHILL, Geoffrey was father of William de Wrotham (d. 1208?)...".
Katrina Hanson, whom God used to trace Ananes Gauls to the north side of the Trebia, around Crema, sold ice CREAM at Sam's restaurant. Sam's/Sammes' were first found in Essex with Brocks and Brocks, and are in Brockit/Brockhead colors. Samsons use the latter's patonce cross in colors reversed, suggesting that Sams/Sammes' were s Samson branch, excellent. I first asked Miss Hanson out as she handed me an ice cream, and our first date was in a Valiant car. Valiants use the shark for Saraca's, and Samsam was the name of a Saracen ruler who joined Guiscard's army. Like I said, excellent. The Sam lion has drops, and Drops/Trope's can be a branch of Troops up in the Rothes theater. As per the ICE cream, Ice's were first found in Rostock, near the Trips of Hamburg, and Hamburgs share the Trip crosslets while throwing in drops. Sam's restaurant was famous (extremely) for HAMBURGers. Trips use shoes while Shoe's use a "knight ISSuing at the KNEES," while German Hamburgs share the Knee bend. I trace "issuing" tentatively to Issa, an island (also called, Vis) that may have named Ice's.
Repeat: "French Faux's/Fage's share the Fugger fleur". Faux's/Fage's share the Chief of Cramers/Cremers, the ones to whom I traced Miss Hanson's ice cream. Cramers/Cremers use a "CUSTodit," motto term, and Custs/Cuss' share the Coat of Kiss/Cush's, the one's sharing the Bibo and Hanns rooster, which happens to be in the Cramer/Cremer Crest, believe it or not.
Now, let's go back to the Lombardy-and-Visconti trace to Gallura, the rooster line, for Bibo's, suspect from Laevillus' mother, are said to use the rooster of Hanson-like Hahns (Jewish). The Bibo rooster is red, as is the one in the Hanns (not "Hahn") Crest. The one in the Hanns Shield is in the colors of the Kopple rooster.
Issa was ruled by the Ardiaei for a time, until they disappeared from the area, and, I think, cropped up in the family of Amyntes (son of Brogitarus) so that he named Artemidoros after they and the Daorsi. It suggests that Amyntes married an Ardiaei-Daorsi line, explaining why Pendragons share the OPEN helmet with Mynetts. OPENheimers share the sphinx with Brogitarus-suspect Brocuffs/Procops. Issa is beside Pharisee-like Pharia, and Phars/Farrs, in Arthur / Vere colors, share the sleeve (maunch) with Tickhills (Yorkshire, same as Phars/Farrs), and they are suspect from Julia Tyche, Artemidoros' daughter. Yorkshire is also where Tute's were first found now tracing to Etuta, an Ardiaei queen. Fier-branch Fairs have a motto: "VirTUTE TUTus." Vere's, sharing the Annas star, were first found in Essex with Brocks and Brooks, and Brocks have a DART in the paw of their Crest lion while Etuta was a daughter of a DARDanian king. Vere's love the Nihills/Neils in their motto, a branch of Nagle's, from Oneglia, where Arduinici married Daorsi-suspect Doria's. Vere's may have originated on Pharia, though they named Fier County without doubt.
Vespasia Polla, "Mother" of Ivo Taillebois
I'd like to go back to the claim that Ivo Taillebois was the grandson of Fulk III. When clicking to Wikipedia's Kendall article, it told that the region reached to Furness, which I see with Parrs from king Pharnaces, whose daughter ruled in Cappadocia, home of Glaphyra whom I trace to Cliffs. Note queen Parr and RadCLIFFE's here:
Ivo de Taillebois, The Earl of Holland and 1st Baron of Kentdale (now Kendal), is the claimed Progenitor in England of our Radclyffe / Ratcliffe family. A published history of Colonial families in America refers to Ivo's parentage in a passage relating to "Margaret Radcliffe, dau. of Sir Edward Radcliffe, who d. 1520, cousin of Queen Katherine Parr, and descended from William the Lion, King of Scotland, and Ivo de Taillebois, son of Fulke, Count of Anjou". Assuming Ivo's birth date to be about 1036, Fulke III (970-1040), the 5th Count, lived too early to be Ivo's father, and Fulke IV (1043-1109), the 7th Count, lived too late. The only Count of Anjou, then, who could have been Ivo's father was the 6th Count, Geoffrey II Martel (1006-1061), but his name was not "Fulke".
The solution seems to be that Fulk III was Ivo's grandfather. Fulke's/Volks are said to be from Fulk III. How did anyone know? Fulke's were first found beside Ivo's Lincolnshire. It can be gleaned that Meschins took the white Tailbois scallops when the first Meschin married Ivo's wife, Lucy of BolingBROKE. That is, she passed them on to le Meschin. Then, because Flags/Flecks use the Meschin scallops in both colors, it can be gleaned that a Meschin went back to marry a Fulk, leading eventually to the Flecks, etc.
Bolingbroke's use white feathers in Crest. I'll bet they are the Arms-of-Traby feathers, for I trace Trabys to Sticks, whom were married by the Cliffs/Cleave's (Shropshire, same as Meschins and Tailbois-suspect Talbots). Brooks use scallops too, but in reflection of the three garbs of Sticks, and, hmm, Kyle's use candleSTICKs while Candle's are with Kentwells, like the Kentdale version of Ivo's Kendall in the quote above. The Brock/Broke Crest can have the Talbot lion, which is red, the colors of Le Meschin's lion at his Wikipedia article. Kendall is at the Northumberland theater, where Talbot-related Greys were first found. Rangabe's have been very suspect with Anjou, and the Brock branch of Brocuffs are Procops too, from Procopia, wife of Michael Rangabe. That works.
Trabys married Astikas' who were themselves RADziwills. This was a topic in the last update that traced Radziwills to Radcliffe's. Astikas' were in Lithuania's VILNius, suspect with Brittany's Vilaine, and the Vilains have a Coat version of the Levins/Livings, first found in Westmorland with Kendall! Zinger, and then we can add that Morlands share the symbol of Morleys while the Yorkshire Morleys/Maule's, from a Mauley branch of Morlands, share the Tailbois scallops. What's more, the Morland / Morley symbol is used by Ade's/Aids in the motto of Levin-like Levi's. Jewish Levi's are Levins too, and French Levins were first found in Brittany. The Morland write-up, I now see, has the Ratcliffe's: "...the Mauleys became lords here [North Yorkshire] at an early period, and from them the [Ugthorpe] manor and estate descended by marriage to the Bigods, and afterwards to the Ratcliffes, by whom the whole was sold in parcels." The scallop-using Bigods were first found in Ile-de-France with Levi's.
This goes to my sleeping-bag dream, where a sleeping bag I picked up on a hill was circled by David Morley, afterwhich I entered the PARKING lot of a MALL before he drove off. Hills share the tower of Plunketts (Vilaine), and Plancia Magna is to the Parkings/Perkins. Plancia was married to Tertullus of Perga, and Fulks trace themselves to a Tertullus. It all checks out fabulously. Again, Plancia's father is suspect from Julia Polla, daughter of Julia Tyche, and then there are TickHILLS (Yorkshire, same as Morleys/Mauls and Mauley), first found in Yorkshire with Anne's/Hanne's who share the stag heads of the Biks/Bickers, whom have been resolved with the motor BIKE that Morley circled the sleeping bag with.
Ratcliffe's (Lancashire, same as Furness' and Parrs) must be using the double bendlets of Levers/Livers, first found in Lancashire.
The Tailbois Chief-Shield combination is that of Ermine's, which recalls the Talbot connection to Majors, the latter having been to Ermine-like Germans and possibly to the Hermans too. The ermine mammal in the Arms of Vannes wears a scarf, the Traby/Sadowski symbol. Scarfs (Yorkshire) share the wolf head of Hugh Lupus D'Avranches, uncle of Mr. Meschin, husband of Lucy Taillebois. Hugh was the son of Richard Goz, and William of Eu (brother of Mauger) was the husband of Beatrix le Goz. She was married also to Fulk of Aunau in Orne. Beatrix's Arms are shown as a giant, ermined cinquefoil shared by Bus' (Norfolk, same as Fulke's/Volks), in the colors of the giant and ermined fleur of Fulke's/Volks. Her brother was viscount of Avranches, father of Richard Goz above. Just look at that. We got to Fulks by way of the Ermine-Scarf connection to Avranches, and the Goz line was the Meschin one which married Ivo's wife (le Meschin was Richard Goz's grandson).
The giant Bus cinquefoil (ermines included) is shared by Porch's/Porchers (Norfolk), and in colors reversed (without ermines) with Pockets/Pouchers, the latter once thought to be of the Poke variation of Pollocks. My second theory is that Pockets are a branch of Porchers from Porcius Cato, for Wikipedia says he had land in Sabina, which is the location of Rieti, home of proto-Pollocks and proto-Fulks. Perhaps Pockets were Pollocks and Porchers were from Cato, and they married so as to share symbols. Italian Fulks were first found in the area of Botters, who share the Cato/Chattan bend for a related reason. Clan Chattan has a "BOT" motto term.
So, William of Eu married the Goz's so that his cousins were the Meschins, which can explain why the Eu household put out the Majors of Savoy, home of Masseys/MASSE's. And Massa-Carrara is at Lucca, where Botters and Massai's/Massars were first found, in Tuscany, where Italian Fulks were first found who use the Massi/Mattis Coat. Massi's/Mattis' should therefore be from the Lissus area in conjunction with something on the Mathis, in order to explain the Fulk lys, which is in the colors of the Massey/Macey lys, and moreover Mathis' were first found in Burgundy with Messeys/Messier's. It all looks very Maccabee-ish to me. The Messeys/Messier's use the flag of Mercia, and Lucy Taillebois was a Mercian. It appears that Masseys picked up her flag when le Meschin married her. Have I missed anything? Oh yes. The Loches', from the mother of Fulk II, were from Burgundy too.
The Mathis' of Burgundy are said to have been at Nivernais, at Nevers, and this can explain why Nevers'/Neve's (lily) use a cross in Mathis-cross colors. Nevers is at Autun, suspect with Boeotians. Hmm, I didn't know that the Arms of Nevers has the Nassau Coat, billets and all. As Mathis' share the Chives moline, it explains why Nevers/Neve's were first found in Angus, near the Chives' of Tarves. Nevers/Neve's were a part of God's song miracles this week, and he always gives clues that lead to a better picture of the lines of His enemies. English Neve's can be gleaned with kin of the Sola's/Solneys in the motto of Nevers/Neve's.
With the song, "Your Love NEVER FAILS," as it links to Rockefellers, my theory is interesting where I say the ends of a moline cross are, along with the tops of rooks, code for a fish. Roach's use fish, and Mathis' of Nevers use the moline in the colors of the Rookby / Rook / Rock / Terras rooks. Sole's, who can be in the "sol" motto term of Rooks (share sun with Sols/Solana's), use fish too.
Mathis' also had a branch at Ile-de-France, where Morencys were first found to whom I trace the water bouget, namely to Bouchard II, founder of Montmorency. This recalls the dream in which there was a VOLKswagen. I put a bucket into the back seat, and Buckets are expected as bougets, for buckets hold water. The bucket is also a pail, and Pails are listed with Fails/Falls/Vails, who were in one song miracle, "Your Love NEVER FAILS." We just got to the Nevers by way of following Fulks to the Coat of Mattis', and English Fulke's are also VOLKs. That's pretty interesting. At the very start of the dream, Michael was standing beside this Volkswagen, and later, he appears in back-to-back dreams, two mornings in a row, one about his kids jumping on a YELLOW bed. It may be nothing, but the Yellow fesse is also the Fail/Fall fesse.
The other Vails are the ones with the Love/Luff fitchee. Both Bails use black-on-gold eagles, the colors of the wing of German Fulks. Plus, the Vail eagles are also in the Chiefs of Italian Fulks and Massi's/Mattis'. That works. The Volkswagen was in the Parking lot of a mall, and Parkings/PERKins are part of the proto-Fulks in Tertullus of PERGa. That's all pretty amazing coming solely from that pail in the back seat.
As I said, after placing the bucket into the back seat, I had to go pee. So I walked into the mall, code for the Tailbois-related Mauls, and that's the Fulk line too. I couldn't find the bathroom, and it got confusing when I saw two halls to choose from. Halls use TALBOT dogs, wow. This is a new interpretation of this dream, not possible until I learned that Taillebois was a Fulk. The BROKen arrow, as I've always called it, can now be deciphered with BolingBROKE, the location of Ivo's wife. As I said, a bathroom sign then appeared with a broken arrow, indicating to go straight, then turn down the far hall. Arrows/Arras' happen to share fleur-de-lys upon a black-on-white cross with Nevers! Wow. The latter use the white fleur of Yore's. YORE LOVE NEVER FAILS.
The bathroom is one of the best parts, pointing to the prophetic picture with Baathists. It had been realized that Arrows share the Bitar/Butter and Aflaq crosses, but here we find that they are the Nevers. Baathist were founded my Mr. Bitar and Mr. Flack-like Aflaq, and it's due to Flacks being listed with Flag/Flecks that it's compelling to see God pointing to Baathists with this dream. That is, it is compelling to see the Baathists founded by Western globalists knowing that they were from Bitars/Butters and Flacks. The Butters are in the Tullia/Tull butterfly along with Flys at Flagi/Flavian, there can be no mistake. The only thing God missed was to put a fly on the broken-arrow bathroom sign. But the sign was at the ceiling, and soon after I had another dream with a spider and fly at the ceiling of my bedroom.
There were two halls to choose from as I was seeking the bathroom, and Hills, sharing the Plunkett tower, are in Hall / Hull colors. Plus, I had to urinate, and the urine entity of Greek myth was Orion at TANAGRra / Schimatari. TANKERville-branch Tancreds use that red-on-white scallop now clinched with the scallop of Fulk-liner Tailbois', and, can we believe it, Tankerville's, first found in Lincolnshire with Taillebois, share the cinquefoil of Porchers, which had been seen in the Arms shown for Beatrix of Goz (the line to the Meschin who married Taillebois' wife). This drags Porch's/Porchers into the Orion-of-Tanagra entity.
Porch's/Porchers are the ones to whom God pointed in an event at age 5, when I accidentally urinated on PINO's HEAD while standing on a PORCH railing. Porch's/Porchers are also Portis', and PortisHEAD is at Clapton, home of Arthurs from the Ardiaei, who had a king Pinnes. As I said, I recall being at Pino's home only once, even though he was the next-door neighbor, and of my age, when a man at his garage showed me a rifle, to be taken as a hunting rifle. Orion was the mythical hunter.
He traces to "Orne," home of Ivo Taillebois, and of the Meschins who married his wife, is that not impressive? I can boast because it's not my work. The Ardiaei, as Vardaei, were the Vardy/Verty rulers at Ferte-Mace, at the Orne river, explaining why Maschi's have PINE cones, and so do German Tans/Tanners while Tankerville's namer Tanerdevilla. The Conteville's married Richard God to produce the mother of Le Meschin, and Conte's share the antler of Cone's. So, it checks out where I, a Masci liner, peed on the head of the Pinnes bloodline to Masseys/Maceys / Maschi's / Meschins.
English Buckets were first found in Lincolnshire with Ivo! That explains the bucket that I myself, a Meschin-related Masci, placed on the back set. The back seat involves Backs/Bachs with a steer, and the Steers who love the Seats/Cedes' in their motto. Seats/Cedes' share the double pale bars in the Arms of Viliane, where Plunketts were first found. It makes Steers suspect with Sturs/Styre's because the latter have three fesses in the colors of the Alan fesse, and because English Backs were first found in Somerset with the Stur river. In other words, even the back seat traces to Plancia > Fulk liners. The English Walkers who have a "magna" motto term have a Scottish branch with the three pale bars of French Sturs.
I claimed right away, when I saw the gold calf in the Back/Back Coat, that it was a surname from the Hyksos pharaoh, APACHnas, and very soon after, the calf was changed to a steer (bull) in the same colors. French PACKs use a bull, and Polish Packs share the Massey fleur. The gold calf suggested that the owners of the surname knew their trace to the golden Exodus calf, for by the time of seeing the Back calf, I knew that the Exodus pharaoh was a Hyksos (i also knew that the dating system for Egypt's kings was not correct as given by our stupids who wish to push history way back to when man did not exist). And I had guessed that the Mus household of the Hyksos named Moses, for it was the daughter of the pharaoh who named him. I had guessed that the Exodus pharaoh was Khyan, but it just so happens that I had read, apparently by an act of God, that Apachnas was another name for Khyan. So, my placing the bucket into the back seat tends to convince me that I am correct in tracing proto-Masci's to Hyksos. The Meshwesh Amazons even ruled Egypt starting in the so-called 21st dynasty. Miss HICKs was in a 1979 dream hovering over the seats, and, yes, her head was over the back seat. I was going to kiss her awake, and Kiss'/Cush's trace to Cilicia, where I had traced Hyksos (the Heka KHASEWET), namely to KIZZUWATna. I say that the Hicks trace with the Crauns to Ceraunii.
Having said that, let's go back to the Aflacks and Bitars/Butters (Fife, beside Aflacks), sharing the cross of Nevers/Neve's, for the latter were first found in Angus with some Aflacks (and Navys)! Is that not amazing, since Nevers is beside Autun, which I traced to mythical Aedon of Boeotia, the area of Orion? Autun is near Avallon, and the Arthurian elements were on mythical Avalon, which I have been identifying as Bute for some 14 years, and Bute has been resolved, I think, with Boeotians. Avalon was code for Alans / Epirotes from Aulon/Avlona, beside the Ceraunii mountains. As I say over and over again, German Bute's/Butts are also BOETs. Boede's/Bode's (compare with Bede's) have a version of the Butt/Bute Coat, in Bude colors, and Bude is in Cornwall, birthplace of king Arthur from Pendragon, the latter being a family from PENEStae. That doesn't look like a peeincidence.
I lately had a yellow-BED dream, and when I awoke, I had to go pee very badly, more badly than usual. Michael was in this dream too. I've wondering whether the bed was God's code for a Boethus liner. The Boede's/Bode's share the lozenges of Boits/BoiTOUTs and Angers, where Fulks ruled, and that fits with the dream having Michael's Volkswagen. Angers is also where Melissena Rangabe traces, whose grandfather was Michael Rangabe, whom God has pointed to by this very Michael character (my mother's kin) that has appeared in three of my dreams over the past year. The third dream was when I had a drink making me feel "orangey," the term I used in the dream, tending to clinch what was suspected earlier, that "Rangabe" named "Orange." The rulers of Orne-like Orange, and even the Orange surname, use HUNTING HORNS, and Horns are listed with Orne's. It's got Intelligent Design all over it. The Orangey dream was the morning after the yellow-bed dream.
Boits/Boitouts may be with the Dol fesse because Bede's were first found in Brittany. Boits/Boitouts were first found in Burgundy with the Mars having the colors and format of Bede's, and Mars have white scallops again that can be those of TailBOIS' (Boeotians of the Boii kind?) because Mars were first found in Burgundy with the Messeys/MESSIER's who use the Mercian flag probably due to Lucy of Mercia-Bolingbroke. English Messier's were even first found in Lincolnshire with Ivo and Lucy. The Burgundy Boits even have the colors and format of Bolingbroke's, and Bolings share the Coat of Saddocks/Sedgewicks, making them very suspect with Boethus-liner Sadducees.
I had suggestively traced Mercians to the Mar-like Marsi long before I knew of the Mercian flag. Bute-liner Bothwells use a "boy pulling down a PINE tree," there is no coinkidink here, it's the pee bloodline of Pinnes merged with TailBOIS'-Maschi elements, and Pullings/Pullens even use that red-on-white scallop again that is the Tailbois scallop in colors reversed. The martlets of Pullings/Pullens and Plocks are colors reversed from the Fly martlets because all three trace to Vespasia Polla.
When I had to go pee in the Volkswagen dream, it could have been anything into which I walked, but it was a mall as code for Mauls that have the Tailbois scallops, but Mauls also have the scallops of Pullens/Pullings, first found in Yorkshire with Mauls. I didn't know until yesterday that Ivo Taillebois was a VOLK liner. The dream was Design, and God has not spent half of eternity putting the many events and dreams in my life for nothing, or for your or my mere entertainment. I have a great time when seeing this Design reveal itself, but God is dead serious on what this is all about. If I were making money on my website, you might think this is all click-bait garbage I've invented, but I make no money, and have never attempted to.
The "Clementia" motto term of Mauls goes to Clements, first found in BRECONshire with the Williams who share the gold TALBOT dog in Crest with the English Tanner Crest, and it just so happens that William the Conqueror was the son of "the tanner's" daughter. She had married Herluin de Conteville (not William's father), whose daughter was the sister of le Meschin's mother. German Tanners use pine CONES in honor of the Conteville line, and Pine's were first found in Devon with English Tanners and Stewarts; the latter Tanners happen to use the Chief-Shield combination of Vilains.
As Breconshire is near Cheshire, it was likely named after Briquessart, father of Le Meschin. The Brecks happen to use the Orange hunting horn in colors reversed, and Briquessart was at the Orne-river theater. Recall the Fails/Falls/Vails, for Bricks share the Coat of Whelans/Failins. Brecons/Brichans (Guiscard piles?) not only smack of the broken-arrow sign, but were first found in Angus with those Baathist elements mentioned above. [AHHHH, I didn't consciously know (may have forgotten) until the day after writing here, which was when I added the Bucket surname shortly above, that Buckets share the three Brecon piles in both colors !!!]
If those are the Guiscard piles, it links to Tancreds and Tankerville's of TANERdevilla. The Tancred Coat is in the colors and format of SHIRTS, and the latter were first found in Cheshire too, where the son of BriquesSART ruled. SHARDens/Sheridans, who share the Brick stag head, have variations like the Shirt variations.
I've mentioned Roy Tanner before. He's coming up in five of my files, including the 4th update in April of 2017:
Eventually, when we all got to grade 7, [my] gang was led by Roy Tanner. Tanners share the gold talbot with Welsh Reesors. Roy was standing around a gang of his smoking cigarettes outside the school grounds, when he said to me, "You don't rate." I'll never forget that; I don't recall one other thing that Tanner ever said to me, but German Tanners share pine cones with Maschi's, and I'm a Masci in one of my four bloodlines. One of these lines is a Taddei further back to a great-grandmother, and Ferrands [share the vaired Reesor cross] are Taddei kin...
I noted early in my heraldic adventures that, by a stroke of "luck," Taddei's (Florence/Firenze), with a version of the Chief of Firenze-liner Ferrands, share the Bouillon cross. Godfrey de Bouillon became the first ruler of Templar Jerusalem, followed shortly afterward by Fulk V of Anjou, who was the father or son of the first, Plancia-Magna liner Mr. Plantagenet. When Roy Tanner blurted, "You don't rate," I had two choices: 1) he viewed me as non-conforming to his leadership; 2) he thought I might rise to become the leader and wanted to give the guys a bad view of me. I think I lean on 1), because I had no plans to become the leader, and because it's true, I didn't respect him or follow him. Yet I think that God spoke that thing from him because Rate's are the Rats/Raids (anchor, traces to Angers) who likely share the engrailed Sinclair cross. Sinclairs love the Conte's/Comites' in their motto and thus link to the husband of "the tanner's daughter." Sinclairs are with a cross in both colors of the Aflack and Bitar/Butter crosses. Rats are said to have had a Rait location in Perthshire, where Bitars/Butters were first found.
It can't be true that God named everyone at birth who came into my life in some way, but in the case of Roy Tanner, we find that one Roy surname has a "TENdis" motto term possibly for the Tans / Tanners/TANNATors, the latter first found beside the TINTons (Cornwall), who use "ROYal tents." Thus, Tan liners may have become Tint-like from a Tanton-like location. Tantons (Anchor lozenges?) were first found in Somerset, likewise beside Tanners.
So, with the Volkswagen dream coming through the Taillebois line to Meschins, and then apparently veering off to Baathist elements, I'm asking if the Middle-East situation is in the other two dreams that Michael appeared in. Where his kids were jumping on the bed or mattress, the Jumps have the Trump stag head, possibly, and the Madariaga>Solana line was apparently in the Matres surname. Jumps are said to be from Roger de Bully, and while Bullys have mascles in the colors of the Tanton lozenges, Bullis is in the area of the ATINTANes, where I trace Tints (Somerset) and Tintons, yet I've just found a TANTONES variation of Tantons. The Atintanes were beside the Ceraunii mountains, and Ceraunii go to the Cornovii namers of Cornwall. The Ceraunii have got to be in the unicorn, in the Tint Crest. The Ceraunii were on the URBanus river of Croatia, where I trace the mythical crow / raven, and Tantons use ravens.
In fact, I traced the crow to Croatians and Serbs years before knowing of, and realizing that, the Ceraunii were of mythical Coronis the crow. The URBANus river of the Ceraunii should have named CORBANs/Corbetts, / Corbins/Corbets, both of whom share ravens or crows. Corbetts even use a "corvos" motto term, the Greek for "crow." Like the Bullys, Corbetts are said to be from a Roger. Colchians are known to have settled Croatia, but myth had the Colchian king, Aeetes, in CORONis-like Corinth. PASIphas, mythical mother of Serb-suspect Sarpedon, was likely of Phasis in Colchis. Croatia's Rijeka/Rika traces very well to Somerset's Ricks, whose six fitchees are in the colors of the similar, six crosses of Tints, suggesting a Rijeka link to Atintanes liners. It's a little interesting that Rickets (scimitar) share the swords to a point of McGee's, the latter first found in Dumfries with Bullys, and with the Rums/Rome's looking like they are in the "veRUM" motto term of Rickets.
Hmm, the Bucket piles come to a point like the Ricket / McGee swords. The Buckets had linked well with Brecons to the broken-arrow SIGN, and I learned in this update that sign-like "Signo" is a motto term in the Arms of ROCHdale (Lancashire). I'm not suggesting that the sign was specifically for Rochdale, but it could have been for Segni/Segurana liners elsewhere that apparently settled Rochdale. It's extremely near the Shakerley location of Shake's, and so the SchimaTARi Boeotians might just have passed through Rijeka. The Arms of Rochdale shares the black BORDER with Furness' and Parrs, both first found in Lancashire, and Borders have swords in the colors of the Ricket swords, and it just so happens that the Ricket Crest is a scimitar.
If the Ricket motto is also honoring Deacons or Decans, they have a colors-reversed version of the Bath Coat, first found in Somerset, same as Ricks, and beside the Rich's/Richess' who use bottony crosses are for the Bidens/Buttons (Hampshire, same as Rich's/Richess'), the latter said to have been in Bath of Somerset. Drake's share the axe with Deacons and Decans, and while their Dragon/DRAINer branch are named after the DRIN river, Decani is an area on/off the White Drin, which has a mouth on the Black Drin near the Penestae = Pendragons of Cornwall. Mythical Pendragon mated with GORlois' wife at TINTagel (Cornwall), and Gore's (love Serb-suspect Servitium, near the Ceraunii) are from the Gorski area of Croatia.
Deacons (Suffolk, same as Bullis'/Bulliards) and Decans share the axe with Somerset's Bad(d)ens/Battins, suspect with Baddenville of the Rothes', the latter now said to be first found in Devon, making the crow liners to that Cornwall peninsula look linked to Rothes', whose Bavarian branch has the raven or crow. Devon's Pendragon-related Pine's use pineAPPLEs, and Apple's have a Coat like that of Dutch DICKENsons. Penders/Pinders share the lion of English Dickensons, and the gold lion head of the latter is in a Peter Crest, making the white Pender/Pinder lion heads suspect with the same of Rothes'. The Dickensons have a blue lion in Crest, and the Peters with the gold lion head have a blue lion head beside it.
Decani is nearly in the Dardanian theater, and Dardanian-liner Darts/Dards were likewise first found in Devon, location of Dartington. Wikipedia's Clan Pollock article says, or once said, that the Pollock arrow is a dart. Here's the Arms of Pula/Pola in Croatia, with a large cross in the colors of the Pollock saltire.
At the link above: "Greek tradition attributed the foundation of Polai to the Colchians, mentioned in the context of the story of Jason and Medea, who had stolen the golden fleece. The Colchians, who had chased Jason into the northern Adriatic, were unable to catch him and ended up settling in a place they called Polai..." That's why the "STRenue" motto term of Pollocks is suspect with something from "ISTRia," such as the Sturs (same place as Rijeka-suspect Rich's/Richess') at the Stur river with a mouth near Poole. Rijeka is at the northern end of Istria. Ishtar anciently had an eight-pointed star as symbol, shared by Rothschilds/Roddensteins and Stevenson-suspect Steins. Stevensons/STEENsons (same place as Roddens) share the Rodden bend, which explains things lovelly with an identification of Rothschilds and Roddens as Rothes'.
Again, the Greek crow was at Corinth, and Corinthians ruled Colchis...location of Rhodopolis and Tint-like TYNDaris. The Deacon, Decan and Bath Coats are versions of the Rhodes Coat. TYNdaris, near TANais of the Alan theater, named mythical Tyndareus, husband of swan-liner Leda (mother of Alan-suspect Helen), and Peters with Petersons use the swan. Leto's/Lette's use the crane, symbol of crow-line Ceraunii. Lets/Late's use ORGAN pipes suspect partly with "Orkney," home of raven-depicted vikings (see "raven banner"). Jason's Argonauts, the ones who stole the fleece from Colchis, were largely from ORCHomenos. Thus, Corinthian-Colchian liners in the Orkneys. That's right, the Nordics really did NOT descend from Neanderthal cavemen. Only stupids teach that who think they are super-intelligent. Orchomenos is in Boeotia, and I did read, though it's impossible to re-find, that the raven vikings of Shetland (beside Orkney) conquered Rothesay, which was later renamed, Bute, yes the Bute suspect with Boeotians. The Arms of Shetland loves the Biggars, first found in Lanarkshire with Swans/Sions.
God is making a mockery of the stupid historians who ignore Him, who therefore veer into stone-age fantasies. Praise God. Stone-age savages are still with us today, stupids. A Brazilian savage can be turned into a sophisticated New-York dweller in 30 years; it doesn't take 30 million years, stupids. They set themselves up for global mockery while wanting to become global educators.
Again, the scimitar of Rickets (may have been at Poole) suggest Boeotians though Rijeka liners. The Croatian Gore's share "Sola" with the Nevers/Neve motto, and Nevers is beside Autun and Avallon, suspect with the Aedon Boeotians. It seems that mythical Avalon, which is Bute, had the Aedon Boeotians (probably Athenians in Boeotia), from Thebes. Media, wife of Jason in Corinth, flew her chariot of 12 dragons to Athens, and as she was a witch, note that Avalon was given nine witches. Medea's brother was code for the island of Apsorus (Croatia), not far off the Pola shore. The witches were led by Morgan, and Morgans with Moors have a giant lion in Pollock / Arms-of-Pula colors.
Bute is near the shores of Ayrshire, where raven-using Margys/Mackeys, and Nons/NEVins, were first found, though I don't think I've clinched Nevins with Nevers. However, just realized: Margys/Mackeys have their ravens "hanging" from an arrow, and Arrows/Arras' (Artois elements, makes sense) are the ones sharing fleur upon a black-on-white cross with Nevers/Neve's! Zing-zing.
God Wants Tarsatica Stressed
The light map shows Apsorus. Spot TARSatica at northern Istria, for Rijeka is right there, and Rickets use a scimiTAR, suspect with an ancient Tar element at SchimaTari that named Tarrs/Terres' (Somerset, where Colchians / Croatians are tracing large as we speak). Ahh, recall my story with Steve Tarr passing to me, and my scoring on Jim McGee!!!!! The McGee's are the ones with the swords to a point of Rickets!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can hardly believe it: INTELLIGENT DESIGN at your service, from the 1960s. God used an event at my age 12 to clinch Tarrs with Tarsatica, and Rickets with Rijeka, all nicely set up for a trace to Schimatari. This is so entertaining. I don't recall knowing that Rickets and McGee's share symbols, but I do forget a lot of things.
"Soon after the Frankish departure, the name Tarsatica was transferred to the adjacent 138 meter high hill, called Tersat, and finally Trsat." Mythical TRIStan of Cornwall, of the Arthurian stupids (they hid all their bloodline secrets in mythical character), is code for Trysts, first found in Cornwall, and for Tristans, first found in Cornwall and Devon (same place as Rothes'). Unfortunately, although they were beside the Tarrs, they don't show anything I can use, at this time, anyway, to trace them to the Rijeka area. Wait, the seven stars of Trysts are in the colors of the six crosses of Ricks. Trists use "Nec," as do raven-liner Rodhams/Roddens and Rutherfords, and I trace that term to the Neckar river, location of Stuttgart, suspect with the Stouts who owned the raven banner. The Neckar is in Baden, the line to Badens/Battins, in the same place as Tarrs and Ricks, and the Necker/Neck surname hangs a crown, often code for Ceraunii, off a red antler, the symbol of Baden's rulers.
It makes sense that mythical GorLOIS was part-code for Lois', first found in Artois. Arras (of Artois) was founded by Atrebates in Hampshire, where Rich's/Richess' were first found, suspect with "Richeza" (Rijeka element?) of Lorraine, and then the Morgan lion is also the Lorraine lion. Richeza was the mother of Casimir I, and Casimir's share the red antler of Baden.
I don't recall looking up Reeks/Rickie's before, but it's great to see their lodged stag, for Maxwells use one too and I have been tracing the Maxwell eagle to the Arms of Rijeka for years. That makes me feel good because there was always the possibility that I was wrong. Wow, Reeks/Rickie's even share the Maxwell motto. So, the rock upon which the Rijeka eagle stands must indeed be for the line that named Roxburgh, where Maxwells and Maxtons were first found. I've known that the Roxburgh motto links to the Pollock motto. As the Pollock motto traces well to Aude, that's the location of the Roque/Rock-liner, Roquefeuil, the Rockefellers who have an appointment with the Judge who has mercy for the poor of the earth which they have helped to make.
[The day after writing here, during the spell check, I came across the Vaughn motto term, "reverTAR," which looks like the Maxwell motto, "REVIResco"! Zikers. It looks like the Revere's are in code with Tarsatica liners.]
I have a Maxwell-Ros Arms in my files that uses the water bouget, the Rose symbol. As a water bouget is a water container, it's interesting that the Rijeka eagle pours water out from a container. I don't know what the container is called. Reeks/Rickie's (FRETs) use the rose. The Reek/Rickie ship can be the MacDonald ship, which, if correct, traces the "terras" motto term of MacDonalds (FERTE eagle) to Tarsatica. Terras' happen to use ROOKs, yup.
I don't know whether the Maxwell or Reek stag is actually said to be "lodged," but I knew there is one or two said to be. Here's from 4th update of July in 2015:
Mesnieres-en-Bray is on a Bray river flowing to Dieppe, where the Dawsons are traced who share a "lodged" stag with Hazel-liners Haslips/Islips...The Weavers are using the Hazel Shield, apparently..'The Arms of Mesnieres-en-Bray are described thus: "Chequy argent and sable of 5 traits" [= black-and-white checks]. Why are the columns called traits...? There is a Trait/Turton/Treeton surname (banner) using cinquefoils in the colors of the same of Rods, a surname from the Roquefeuil merger with Henri IV of Rodez.
The Weavers share "fidelis" with Roxburghs and "esto" with Maxtons, and so it seems that the Maxwell stag is probably linkable to Lodge's too. The "columns" above are the vertical rows that the checks take up, not columns as in pillars. Mesnieres-like Mesners/MEXners (Meissen), possible Maxwell kin, show nothing but trefoils, a Roquefeuil-line symbol.
Dawsons were from Morley of Yorkshire, and as the Morley/Maul scallops are those of Tailbois, the black talbot dog in the Dawson Crest can apply to something from Ivo Taillebois. English Dawsons were first found with Morley kin, the Morlands, in Westmorland. The martlets of English Dawsons are shared by Henrys, who I trace to Henri IV of Rodez. It's the Arms of Mesnieres that took me to Henri of Rodez, and the particular Dawsons near that place are the English ones who took me to Henry too.
The other Dawsons get us to the Fulk > Taillebois line, which is also the Flag/Flack line, and Brays use a "FLAX BREAKER." It recall the broken-arrow sign in the dream that led to Taillebois. Can the flax breaker be of Lucy Bolingbroke, of Mercia, who had linked to Messeys/MESSIERs, almost "Mesnieres". In colors reversed, the Messey/Messier saltire is blue, the color of the Roxburgh saltires. In colors reversed, the saltire of Messeys/Messier's (Burgundy, same as Loges' and Loches'/Locks) is in both colors of the Loges saltire. As Lodge's are Loge's too, we ask: how did we get to Loges? By Messier's. How did we get to Messier's. My Mesnieres near the lodged-stag Dawsons. If it works, don't fix it. The Arms of Croatia are red-and-white checks, perhaps linkable to the Arms of Mesnieres.
Not only is there a Lucy village in Neufchatel-en-Bray (location of Mesnieres), but a Massy (Massey-colored Shield) having what look like mallets, a form of mace (Macey/Mace symbol) in its Arms, along with beakless, footless ducklings or martlets. If they are martlets, they are in the colors of the Joseph martlet, and then, wow, the hourglass shape in the Arms-of-Massy Shield is shared by News' (Neve branch?), who probably have chaplets, suggesting Joseph Caiaphas. If the Massey birds are swans, they are in the colors of the Chaplet swan! The Chaplets use swans in the same colors, and French Josephs once showed such a swan instead of its martlet. The Crest of News' (Cambridgeshire, same as Chapmans) was resolved with the Chapman perchevrons probably because the News Shield did report chaplets (the website is no longer active for us to check).
Actually, you might want to try the link at the page below, because it might work for you. It won't work for me perhaps because the company programmed it not to accept my computer. It's hard for me to believe they have the link there to a canceled page.
This Massy location in Bray convinces me more that Brays/Brae's can be of the namers of Bra in Cuneo, where roughly Masci's were first found. Let me tell you a story, amazing now as compared to when told many times before. The day after I was mugged in southern Texas, I dropped into a shop in Victoria for a newspaper, and got a coffee while I was at it. Decades later, after realizing that God used that drive for heraldic purposes, I learned that Coffee's have a "victoria" motto term, but I was stumped on the relevance of the newspaper. I suggested the News', but without a solid story behind it. Now, however, with the Massy link to News', I can add that I, a Masci liner, bought the newspaper to find land in Texas, and eventually got a river property on the NUECES river. News' are also Nuces', but there is more, for Navys/Neve's (same place as the Nevers from a miracle this week) share the winged horse in Crest with Masseys/Maceys. Bongo, God always stuns me like this, but there is more.
The Navy Shield has a knight on a horse, as do Caffers/Caffertys, in the colors of Coffee's/Coffers. The Coffee/Coffer Crest has a naked rider on a dolphin, the symbol in the Arms of Taranto (mythical TARAS on a dolphin, can trace to Tarsatica with Mesnieres / Dawson elements). The Motels, first found in Taranto, use a winged horse!!! Ha-ha. My Masci-line mother was born a few miles from L'Aquila, and the Arms of L'Aquila uses an "ImMOTA" motto term while Mota's are a Motel branch (Mota's are said to have had a Mottola branch in Otranto, near Taranto).
On the evening of purchasing the newspaper, I arrived in Crystal City, and took a motel room, which had cockroaches making noises behind the loose wallpaper all night long behind the head board. In the morning, I ended the trip due to black SMOKE out the tailpipe, and, decades later discovered that Smoke's (Rothchild branch) are roach-like Rauch's too. But now, with a Lucy location beside Massy in Normandy, just go ahead an load Lucys, for they use three fish only, in the colors of the three-fish-only of Roach's!!! Bongo, I've just been bonged up the side of the head again. What has God done with me, and why? The Roach / Lucy fish is in the colors of the English Neve fish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'll never get over this...until I get knocked out with something else.
It wasn't Neve's that brought me to this News shocker, yet Neves happened to be an important topic in this very update. God apparently created the newspaper event to prove that News' were Neve's. The only reason God would do this, we may safely assume, is because it is once again part of the lines of his Son's killers and/or of our end-time persecutors. In the meantime, take heart, for God is watching the Rothschilds, who still don't have enough money, not until they are the undisputed rulers of the universe.
Lucys were first found in Domfront, the Orne part that is where Ferte-Mace sits, and as Lucys are even in Tailbois colors, Lucy Taillebois seems to be related both to Lucys and to the Lucy location in Bray. This knock-out news comes thanks to an emailer, Dawson, which is the only reason I became familiar with the Dawson surname, and it's lodged stag. It just traced to Rijeka's Maxwells, who were from Mace-suspect Maccus of Man. Christine's of Man share cups with Coffee's/Coffers (don't assume they started as Coffee's, not likely), and Meschins, the ones who married the Rumilly-Skiptons, ruled COPEland while Cope's / Copps probably use the Masci fleur.
Continuing, Coffee's/Coffers, who share a white fesse with Nons/Nevins, have a "Non" motto term. The Nons/Nevins, in the same place as Margys/MACEYS (raven, same as Arms of Man), share the Rumilly crescent in Chief, and Rumillys were of Skipton, in Craven, and CRAVens, with the Coat of Rijeka-line Ricks in colors reversed, are from Croatians/KRVati. Cool, it may mean that Taras of Taranto (or Motels of Taranto) may have named Tarsatica, and then Tarrs/Terres' were first found in Somerset with Coffers/Coffare's, in Coffee/Coffer colors. Is that not amazing?
The Nons/Nevins use a PALM branch, and Palms/PARMs, first found in Yorkshire with Craven, share the Massey fleur, and moreover the Taro river flows to PARMa. Copelands share the motto of Mea's, from the Meu river, location of Motel - Mota-like Motts. The Copeland write-up: "Sir John de Coupeland, successor of de Coucy..." Tints, who link to Ricks, use a COUCHant lion, and Couch's have two red pale bars that could match with the two Copeland fesses. Couch's and Copelands share cantons and brown Crests (Cantons have the double Copeland fesses in colors reversed). Washingtons (raven), once said to be first found in Lancashire with Copeland, share the double Copeland fesses.
Benjamites of Israel's Rimmon settled the Rimna area of Moldova, not far south from the TROTus river on the Siret river. The French Benjamins share the black bear with the canton of Trots/Truths, and the Trot/Truths have pale bars in the colors of the Couch pale bars, while there is a bear in the Couch Crest. We came to Couch's as per the Coucys in the write-up of Copelands, and the Moldavian Benjamites must therefore be in the "Benigno" motto term of Copelands. The Siret was also the Hagar-like Agarus. The Rimna (between the Buzau and Trotus rivers) is exactly where I saw ROXolani Alans upon a map. Isn't that the line to the rock in the Arms of Rijeka? I thought so.
What are the chances that Couch-like Gouch's/Gooch's were first found in ROXburghshire?
Cups/Cope's are also Colps, and that traces to the Colapis/Kupa river of Japodes. That's the river to which I traced the Benjamites of Rimmon and their Jabesh wives. Jupiter was the chief Roman god, named in honor of the Japodes, which explains the Romula location between the Colapis and the Una river of Juno, Jupiter's wife. Romulus and Remus were the mythical founders of Rimmon-like Rome, figure it out thou stupid historians who close your eyes to everything Israelitish. Go worship your Neanderthal idol, and we'll just laugh at you. We're going to win the game of life, and you will be in prison, never to get out again. Take the warning. Make a right choice, either Jesus or Korah. We Christians are often aghast at the unnatural direction of current humanity due to your evolutionist mindset which you demand and promote for the people we need to rub shoulders with. We will not forgive you, and neither will God. Get on the right side, make your peace with us, for if you despise us, God will despise you. He's a team player, faithful to us, you cannot defeat us.
Where do we think the Colapis has its sources? Just a few spear throws of a nasty Benjamite from Tarsatica-Rijeka. Yup. How much do you want to bet that the Tarrs/Terres' use pale bars in the colors of the Couch and Trot/Truth pale bars? This is why it's important to nail Ricks with couchant-line Tints, which I haven't done. But it looks doable. Can historians believe it? Reeks/Rickie's (share red rose with Cups/Cope's/Colps) were first found in Aberdeenshire with Cups/Cope's/Colps. Wake up and smell the Coffee.
Let's now go back to TRESure's, first found in the same place as Tarrs/Terres', for we saw Lodge's expected with Rijeka elements, and Lodge's use a TRESSURE border, as do Letters/Lauders with a ROCK. The giant Letter/Lauder griffin is in the colors of the giant Lodge lion so that Lodge's look like a Lauder branch. Lauder is a location not far north from Roxburghshire, and Letters/Lauders share a goose on a rock with Roxburghshire's Rutherfords (orle border), the latter said to be from Maxton, same as where Maxwells were!!! You have just witnessed a Tarsatica trace to the tressure border.
The Gouch's/Gooch's (Roxburghshire) come up as "Goose." Hee-hee, we are overturning the rock of Rijeka.
Ahhh, I almost missed it. Recall how the coffee and newspaper in Victoria linked to Neve's by Design. It's take me this long to re-load Victoria's, and I usually don't load them because I recall their Coat by heart, except that I load them as Victors. Irish Victoria's/NEBO's/Nabo's don't come up with "Victor," and so I have not been very familiar with them. We shall have the Victory. It's only as far as the day we pass on from this life. It's not that long. We will awake in the Victory Parade, with fire and hell on earth for our enemies, the evolutionists, the liberals, the money grubbers. We warned them, that's God's job right now, to warn them. Stop. Think. Accept the words of Jesus for your life. But no, they will not.
I've just noticed that the two pale bars formed from the two columns of stars in the Dutch Victoria Coat are in the colors of the two pale bars of Couch's. Therefore, the Coffee/Coffer cups link to the Copeland-Coucy relationship. Kenneth Copeland, money grubber of the worst kind, robbing God's people, if he can. He's had a load of goats, not sheep.
Victoria's/Victors are also Fechters, and German Fechters, first found in Franconia with pine-cone Tanners, use the pine tree as proof of a connection between them. What are the chances that the Arms of Franconia is a RAKE? Yup, that's right.
There are lots of heraldic stumps, one used by giant-cup Laurie's and Lowrys, and probably code for the Stumps whose Coat is a version of the Rake Coat. Rake's have a Rake location in Sussex, and Sussex is where Stumps were first found. Stump's share the black griffin with English Scotts while Scottish Scotts (ROXburghshire!!) share the Shield and Crest of Scottish Terras'/Tarras'. It's that Tarsatica line again. It must have merged with lake-Scodra elements.
Terras'/Terras' have the motto, "Amore," and Amore's were first found in Oxfordshire with the Rooks who share black rooks with German Terras. Checkmate. We win. The stalemate is over; God has indicated interest in the human race after all. He's working up a slight of hand, to fool the enemy, to set their feet into a trap. To the tune of songs shall they be destroyed, for instead of taking our warnings, we who promote the good, they would rather do away with us. Apes, they cannot grasp their own shame. They scratch their arses and then lick their fingers, saying we have done nothing wrong. Here, have a taste, they say to one another. It's good, yum.
See if you can see the resemblance between the Rook and Cup/Cope/Colp / Cope/Coap / Copp Coat. The Cope's/Coaps are said to have been at Hardwick, and Hardwicks share the Roxburgh saltire. There are many Hardwick locations in Britain, but the one of Cope's is said to be near Banbury, and that's the Hardwick in Oxfordshire, therefore, making Cope's look like they married Rooks.
It seems clear that Tarsatica elements married Amore's trough Oxford, but as Vere's ruled that place for too many centuries (no term limits with them), it can be added that Italian Amore's/AMORELLo's/AMORINI's (Sardinia, Panico Chief) share the Vere star and the Cope fleur. The Morinis' are in the write-up of DEERings/Derringers (Kent, same as Scotts with the Terras Coat!!!!), and Rook-liner German Terras' are also Derrs/Deire's! It played out so unexpectedly. Just follow the bouncing ball; it's got the Holy Spirit and a victorious smile on its face. Morells (share "animo" with Cope's/Coaps!) are likely Maurels/Morels (Brittany), and the latter share the Cope and Amore/Amorello fleur. Morells use a "Bono" motto term, and Panico's were first found in Bononia, clinching Italian Amore's with Panico's.
[Why is there an ARM in the mouth of the horse in the Coat of Taranto's Motels? Is it for the Armer variation of Amore's? I'd like to record the from Motel write-up in case it disappears: "The Italian Motel name is a habitational name derived from the place name Mottola, in Taranto province." The Motels, I almost missed this, share the Chief of Dere's/Res' (lances)! This paragraph was inserted here two days after the entire update was uploaded on Monday; I didn't load Motels at all when writing this update, or I would have spotted the connection with Dere's. When deciding to insert this paragraph here, I still had not seen the Coat. I simply recalled that there is an arm in the horse's mouth, and felt compelled to add it somewhere in this section. Look at the choice of location.]
Deerings, by the way, in Deed/Dade colors and format, have Dodda's / Dudda's in their write-up, which recalls Duddon location of the Dons who share the double fesses of Morinis'/Mori's/Moroni's. Recall those Gouch's/Gooch's of Roxburghshire, for they share the boar of Marone's. Morinis' liners, of which there are quite a few, named Murunum on the Calabria border, and Mota's, who had the Motel branch in Tarsatica, were first found in Calabria. Mota's had their Motolla branch in Trent-like Otranto, and Trents were first found in Somerset with Tarrs/Terres' and Coffers/Coffare's, quite the compelling trace of whatever mythical Taras represented in the Otranto area. It appears that Terentia MURENA links exactly to the Taranto / Otranto topic at hand.
It looks like Terentia was from the Motel > Mota liners between Taranto and Murunum (Sybaris river). Her brother was a Varro, and we just saw why the Vere star should be with Italian Amore's/Morini's. The Mota's thus look like Modena liners, for Morinis', Morano's (from Murunum) and Marano's were all first found in Modena.
The double Morinis fesses are in wavy form with Spanish Fare's/Fara's, looked up as per "CofFARE", and wavy fessewise bars are used by English Amore's. I had found reason to mention a few times that the Tarr pale bars link to the Arms of Aragon, and here the Fare's/Fara's were first found in Aragon. Italian Fare's/Ferrari's were first found in Modena. But I don't know whether Coffare's had merged with Fare's. Vere-branch Ware's (share gold boar head with Vere's) were first found in Devon with Warren-branch Wearings/Warings, and Wears/Were's (Axe river, Somerset). But I see no heraldic connection between any of these three to Coffers, aside maybe the Wear/Were croziers in Coffer colors.
The peoples of Sybaris are known to be from Greece's Boura. As that's near the Ladon river, I trace Boura's people to Burleys/Bourleys, first found in Somerset with Ladons/Ladds and Coffers/Coffare's. We just saw why the Coffee/Coffer kin in Taranto should trace to Sybaris. The Ladon river is at Elis, and so let's go back to the link God made of Coffee's/Coffers to Neve liners, for the Elis Coat is a version of the Nevers/Neve Coat. Then, the latter is also a good reflection of the Super Coat, suggesting that Supers and Spurrs (beside Somerset) were Sybaris liners. Liddle's (Fare bend?) use spurs, and were from Liddesdale, where Croziers were first found, which seems to make an indirect connection between the Coffer-colored croziers of Wears/Were's to Sybaris elements. The Coffee/Coffer fesse is in Burley/Bourley colors, by the way, and the latter share white boars with GOUCH's/Goochs, first found in Roxburghshire with Liddesdale. Then, the COUCHant lion is used by the Somerset Tints whose crosses are those of Wears/Were's in colors reversed. The Tint crosslets are in the colors of the Liddle fitchee, itself in the Coat of the Somerset Ricks, important where Roxburgh elements trace hard to Rijeka/Rika. TARSatica. The Coffee/Coffer cups and the Coffer/Coffare crescents are in Rock colors, in case that's for a related reason.
I didn't know yet, when writing the paragraph above, that Couch-like Gouch's/Gooch's/Goose's share the Liddle Crest, a rose that probably applies to Maxwell-Ros. I also didn't know that Cavers/Cove's, taken from "Caffer" (Coffee/Coffer colors), share the bend of Liddle's. As Cavers/Cove's had a Cove location of Aberdeenshire, home also of Cove-like Cope's/Cups, it could be that Cavers/Cove's were a Caffer merger with Cope's, thus obtaining the cup symbol from them, which then passed to a Coffer branch, afterwhich someone got a great idea to change the name to "Coffee," to go cleverly with the cups. It just so happens that Cove is in Night-like Nigg while Knights/Nights (share spur with Liddle's!) were first found in Suffolk with Cavers/Cove's. The Knights are expected on the Nith with the McGee's who share the Ricket swords. The spur is used by Close's expected at the Nith's Closeburn, and this was not far from a branch of Little's/Lyddle's. Knights use three red pale bars versus two for Couch's. Recall that Couch's came to topic with the Coucys in the COPEland write-up. This paragraph started as a stab in the dark, and worked out well.
[The day after writing here, Armstrong's were looked up because McGee lived on Captain Armstrong street. Armstrongs ("InVICTus" can link to Victors/Fichtens) are said to have obtained Liddesdale. Armstrongs were first found in Cumberland, location of Copeland. The Armstrongs are said to have been from FAIRbairn. ARMstrongs were possibly from the Armer variation of Amore's. My guess nis that Fairbairns share the Tancred-Coat look for a related reason.]
Just found a Lyde/Lite surname (Oxfordshire, right for a trace to Rijeka) sharing a double-headed eagle with the Arms of Rijeka. Irish Fare's share a blue bend with the Oxfordshire Damorys/Amori's, a branch of Amore's in the Terras motto. Oxfordshire is where the Rooks were first found who are in the Coat of German Terras'. This reminds that the Liddle bend is that of Smoke's/Rauch's too. French Vairs share the checks that are the Arms of Croatia, by the way, and Irish Weirs have a similar Shield, and it was the Oxfordshire Vere's/Vairs who share the star of Italian Amore's. Scottish Vere's/Weirs, first found in Roxburghshire, use the stars of Amore-like Moray.
The boar of Gouch's/Goose's, in colors reversed, becomes the blue Vere boar. I always link Neil-loving Vere's to Nagle's (Anger lozenges), whose nightinGALE looks linkable to Knightons, and to the Gale's (Cornwall) that share the blue unicorn with Couch-liner Tints. I see Tints and Gale's together to form, Tintagel. The Gale's not only have a form of the Nagle Coat, but share the saltire of German Nagle's/Nails/Neils, which saltire is in the Roxburgh Coat. The latter add a horsehead, which, in colors reversed, could be the blue unicorn head of Gale's. King Arthur, code for Arduinici of Nagle-line Oneglia, was made born in Tintagel (a real place). German Nagle's/Nails were first found in Westphalia with Ducks/Duchers (Dachau liners?), whose Coat reflects that of Knightons. Irish Ducks/Logans ("majoRUM" indicates Dumfries, where I see Knights) use nails.
If it seems that Knights can trace to Tarsatica and/or Taranto liners, let me remind that Nets/Knights came up prior to this topic as per my netting a couple of goals off of Steve Tarr's stick. Recall how much on the ice rink in relation to Tarr pointed to Pollocks, for they were a Maxwell sept. That explains it. Pollocks started out with Alans, and I think their ancestry was at Pula's Colchians. Recall: "TYNdaris [in Colchis], near TANais of the Alan theater, named mythical Tyndareus, husband of swan-liner Leda (mother of Alan-suspect Helen)". So, as myth writers often combined multiple entities in a created term for a character, what was TynDAReus named after. Mythical PanDAReus was of Ephesus, home of Leto, mother of Pollux-like Apollo. What was the "dar" in Pandareus, father of Aedon of Boeotia? It must have been the Tyrians at Panias, smack beside Laish, the line to Pisa's Peneus river, beside the Ladon, explaining why Daphne was placed in the Ladon river by a myth writer, for there was a Daphne location beside Laish, and the writer must have known it. Tyrians at Tarsatica's Alans, by the looks of it.
In colors reversed, the Nagle / Gale / Roxburgh saltire is that of Gophers/Gofers/GOVERs/GoFAIRs (Oxfordshire), suspect with same-colored Goughs/Goffs sharing the Gouch/Gooch boars. Govers may have been from a Goff merger with CAVERs/Cove's/Covers (axe for Axe river), the ones with the bend of Fare's / Liddle's (spur). The boars above are in the colors of the Marone boar, and half in the colors of the Burley/Bourley boars, and then Morano is on the Sybaris river. Marone's (almost in Vere/Weir colors and format) were first found in FERMANagh with CAFFERs/Caffertys. Guess what Fermans use?
Repeat: "The double Morinis fesses are in wavy form with Spanish Fare's/Fara's, looked up as per "CofFARE..." The double and wavy Fare/Fara fesses are in colors reversed with the Fermans/Formans. It appears that Coffare's may have been a Caffer merger with Fare's.
Super-like Sparta was to the south of the Ladon, and to the east of Sparta, the Boeotians. I trace the LaceDAEMONian Spartans to the DUMNonii founders of Somerset and Devon. I've been tracing Dumnonii to Scottish Damnonn for obvious reason, but just gawk at the "Mac Dhomhnuill" version used by the Irish-Scots for "MacDonald," because it makes MacDonalds, with a "terras" motto term, looks like the Lacedaemonians! That works, and while they have been said to be first found in Argyllshire for years, they are now said to have been first found on KinTYRE. It appears that MacDonalds love the Tarrs/Terres' (MacDonald colors) in their motto, and it therefore appears as though Tarrs named Kintyre. The latter is where Alexanders (share full MacDonald motto) were first found who share the Mott crescent!!! Wow.
My guess now is that DONalds are from the Don river, the ancient Tanais, home of proto-Danaans in my opinion, and there are Irish "Danann" (could be mythical = code for something) that look to apply to Domnann! Excellent. In myth, the Lugh-branch Danaan and the ManAnnan-branch Danann had to escape together to Ireland, and they ended up on the Isle of Man while MacDonalds use the Ferte eagle!!! Staggering. The Ferte-Mace location named king Maccus, whose family is said (at Maccus' Wikipedia article) to have ruled Man! Wow. Maccus' father was Harald, and Haralds/Herods were first found in Argyllshire. Look at that choice of words, ManANNAN, looking like code for Ananes Gauls / Annandale's on the Isle of Man. Masseys lived in Manche, like "Manx," the name of the inhabitants of Man. Manche is in code with the maunch sleeve of Mansfield (Nottinghamshire, same as Annas') and Mangels/Mansells (Roxburghshire).
Ahh, "As a young man Lugh travels to Tara..." Tara (near Dublin, home of baron Massy at one point) was somewhat a sick-sacred place, I don't want to know the details.
The "Per mare" motto term of MacDonalds has therefore got to be code for Mare's/Mere's and DeMere's, both first found in Cheshire with Masseys and Maceys, and both using giant ships. One spelling that Wikipedia has for the Alania capital is, "Maks." It appears that Alan Huns were fundamental with proto-Maceys from that far back. "There is evidence indicating that Maccus was amongst the assembled kings who are recorded to have met with Edgar, King of the English at Chester in 973." Chester is Cheshire's capital, the city ruled by Meschins. Why can't the Wikipedia writer put 2 + 2 together correctly? Instead, he/they trace "Maccus" to the Irish language. Edgar above led to the Atheling line through to queen Margaret, and therefore to David I of Scotland, whose David-surname line was first found in Cheshire.
More: I read that Spartans founded Taranto. The Ladon was at Pisa with the Amazons = proto-Masci's, and while Pisa was named by Pisidians, the thing that named Poseidon, Taras was made a son of Poseidon. Taranto is in APULLia/PUGLia, and the mythical Spartan, POLLux, smacking of Pollocks and Pula/Pola, was a PUGIList. Pollux was part of the Leda swan-line Colchians / Armenians. Pollux's sister, Helen (code for Hellespont), is suspect from Alans of Alania, though around lake Sevan, and RoxoLANI Alans could have been an Alan merger with proto-Rus of that area. Spartans at Rijeka?
Again, Poseidon was the patriarch of Taras-like Tyrus (Tyre). Plato gave Poseidon a son, Atlas, and took him to western Atlantis; one can guess the Tyrians of the Atlas mountains, Carthage and beyond to the sea between Galicia (Spain) and southern Britain.
Eastern Atlantis was Aetolia, at Calydon, home of mythical queen Atalantis, the Taphian pirates from the Ladon river, and mythical Oeneus, the latter being the makings of Oenomaus, mythical king of Pisa. The Spartans had been Sparti Boeotians, according to mythology on Cadmus, a grandson of Poseidon. I see Spartans from Sepharvite Hebrews (non-Israelites), especially from the Biblical Joktan at Sephar. Rather than tracing to the many nations from Abraham, our stupid historians would rather convince the world that mankind descends from fantastic Atlanteans that had laser guns and 5G Internet 12,000 years ago. Our generation is apt now to going insane with historical and cosmic fantasies.
But what in tarnation is so important about Tarsatica? Okay, so Benjamite liners were there. Ok? So? They weren't Benjamites anymore. Why can Bengs/Bings be gleaned with the Chives Shield? Why were Chives' near the Culp location of Cups/Cope's/Colps? Why were Mea's with a "Benigno" motto term at the Mott area of Brittany while we just saw Mota's and Motels out of Taranto? Why do Numine's/NEWmans share the lion of Bengs/Bings while Mea's use, "Benigno NUMINE"? I didn't know that Copelands had that motto when tracing Benjamites to the Kupa river (in 2012). I probably didn't know yet that Cope's were Cups too. What about those Rums/Rooms? From old Rimmon as they formed Romans? Rums/Rome's (Annandale kin) use one fesse in the colors of the Copeland fesse, and the Copeland lion is brown like the Rump/Romp lions, and Rumps/Romps were first found in Cumberland, location of Copeland. Meschins of Skipton-Rumilly ruled Copeland.
In 2012, God gave a dream revealing that proto-Masci's Laish elements to Pisa's Amazons, and from that vantage point, I realized, in the same update, that Benjamites of Rimmon formed the Romans from the same elements that named Rimini, where Maschi's were first found. It was just a matter of realizing a connection of the OenoMAUS Amazons to Oeneus of Calydon, father of Methoni in Messina-related Messene, to the Oeneus river, location of the Maezaei. For those who don;'t know, the Oeneus river is the Una of Juno, beside the Kupa/Colapis river. And there is evidence that Juno elements named Junia CAEPio(nis). I can tell you that there is evidence of a Kupa-river link to the Breuci, beside the Japodes, and this led to blue-lion Bruce's, who ended up at Annandale, and finally on the Scottish throne in support of the persecuted Templars under Jacques de MOLay. Jacques-related Jacks share holly with Maxwells. Mole's were first found in Roxburghshire with Gouch's/Gooch's, and they share the same boar. Mole's are in the mole hills of Shechemite Shake's.
A good theory is that proto-Masci's in proto-Israel, when Joshua came along, lived at Modi'in, which was a city by that name in his days. This name was carried to Modon, the alternative name of Methoni (a real place) in Messene. Mythical Methoni's father, Oeneus, is suspect from "Jonathan," the pagan Levite priest of Laish, who rebelled against Moses, his ancestor. The Jonathan name was carried my the proto-Masseys, therefore, through Oeneus and the nearby Oenomaus Amazons, and later, when the Massena liners named Maccabees, they went back to live at Modi'in, which is where the first Maccabees did in fact live. And one of the five Maccabee brothers was, Jonathan, to whom Josephus traced himself. These Maccabees became the king-priests of Israel, Levites they had to be, and Levites I think they were, for Jesus said that the religious leaders of his day sat in Moses' seat and therefore had to be heard. But don't do as they do, Jesus added.
As this theory continues, Modon elements out of Greece passed through Messina of Sicily and then to Modena, home of the Boii. Sicily is represented largely by scallops, used by TailBOIS' who lived in the area of the BOIOcasses. The Boii of Modena look like they named, MaccaBAEus. Motts are also Mottins, and their eight-pointed estoile can be suspect from Ishtar elements in Istria. Motts were on the Meu river with the Mea's who share the Ricket / McGee boar heads, but also the Jugg/Judd boar heads, and Jugon is in Cotes-du-Nord, location of the Motts/Mottins. It's therefore interesting that the eagle of Rijeka pours water from what looks like a JUG. If it appears that English speakers created the Arms of Rijeka thereby, we should ass the Alans of Dol about that, for they were smack near the Meu, and they were from ROXolani Alans i.e. who passed through Rijeka. Ahh, and yet Alans of Dol also named Aulon/Avlona down at the Ceraunii mountains while Ceraunii were beside the Maezaei. And Roxolani had been at the Buzau / Rimna rivers. Copelands share the red fesse with Alans.
Methoni and Modi'in may have been of the ancient Mitanni on the Hebrew river of Babylon, the Habur, and while their capital was WASSukanni, the Wassa line to Washingtons finds the latter sharing the double fesses of Copelands.
The motto of Irish Ducks/Logans suggests a Major-Rum merger. Ducks are fundamentally connectable to the Alan kin of Velins and Velens. Repeat: "Majors might even be from the Meigh variation of Mea's/Mee's." During the spell check, which was immediately after writing this paragraph to the last sentence, I came across: "...Papia of EnverMEU. The latter was "mother of Mauger, Archbishop of Rouen". If correct to trace Meighs/Mea's to the Meu, there we have evidence that Majors were Meu-river liners.
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