The Fox Line to Latona
NEW Trace of Seleucids: to the Selleis=Ladon River (Jan. 28)
MUSTafa ElBaradei and the Mouses
To January 27 -- 28 -- 29
It was neglected late yesterday, when emphasizing the Moray/Morris elements of Fox News people, that major Fox News contributors include a Dick Morris. Today's update is on the same theme.
And then, as per the Hannity-like surname first found in Kirkcudbright of Galloway (also mentioned yesterday), there's a John Gibson of Fox News radio. That is, the Gibson surname (storks) was first found in Galloway. Entering "Gipp" as per the Gipson variation brings up the Gibbs Coat.
Not many days ago it was suggested that "Gifford" and "Gibbs" were related surnames, and so I should re-mention the "Malo mori" motto term of the Giffords, for that smacks of Malahule (Eystein's son and Ragnvald's brother) of the Rollo Sinclair bloodline (to Ranulf le Meschin's Briquessart father). That explains why the Gifford Crest is a gold rooster, i.e. the Sinclair Crest symbol too.
I haven't a clue as to what the Gibb terms refer to or originates in, but we can now look to the Sinclair line. Perhaps the Gobensen variation of the German Gibsons (keys) can be of help. The Coat uses red and white so-called "barry" bars, and while "barry" is apparently rooted in "bar," the fact is, the Berry and Bury Coats do use the barry symbol. In any case, entering "Gobell" gets a German (Bavaria) surname with three white fish, while German Berrys use three white fish heads.
The Gobell write-up traced the term to "goblet," and that evokes the grail symbol. Both grails and keys are used by the Shaw/Shay/Sheaves bloodline. This surname was traced to "Sava." As that happens to be the Ligurian swan line (in my opinion), it should explain why Gobens were first found in Bedfordshire, why the three white fish (above) of Gobell Bavarians are in the white-on-blue colors of the swan symbol, as for example the swans in both the Dutch and Scottish Given Coats.
THEN (after writing all the above, it was very satisfying to find yet another stork in the German Cobble/Kobell Coat. This term was entered as per the Bavarian Gobels, and as the Cobbles/Kobells were likewise first found in Bavaria, it's a match. It tends to verify that Gobels and Kobells link to the stork-using Gibsons, where this exercise started.
Ted Koppel (a renowned news man) comes to mind, and what do we find in the Koppel Coat but another rooster, the same rooster design as per the Sinclair Chief.
What comes to mind with goblet-like terms is "cup," and so I entered "Cup" to find the Culp/Cope surname...using almost the same Coat (i.e. obviously related) as the Copes/Coops of Leicestershire, another Ligurian haunt. The fleur-de-lys in the latter Coat evoked the Bury Coat seen moments earlier, but as the latter could be related to the Masci Coat (of interior Liguria), I do see that both the Culp/Cope and Cope/Coop Shields are colors reversed from the Macey and Mackey Shields.
This is important for the trace to the Eystein>Malahule line of Sinclairs, for they ruled Upland, while Mascis of Dunham Masci (Cheshire) ruled Opland, and Meschins ruled Copeland. Therefore, it would appear very correct to view the "Malo mori" phrase of the Giffords/Giverds as code for the Sinclairs of the Malahule line to Meschins. Nothing in this paragraph or the one above it was on my mind when I decided to try Cup-like surnames; it just happened to lead right back to the Malahule>Meschin line...not forgetting that this was also the line to Bricks=Brix'=Bruces.
The latter clans use the Bavarian lozenges (see recent days), and that could explain why English Gobels/Gobats use bows, the symbol of the Bavarian Bogens who owned the Bavarian lozenges (earlier than the Wittelsbachs). A trace of the English Gobels/Gobats to Bavaria is of course supported by the German Gobels being first found in Bavaria.
The Gifford Coat uses "lozenges" too, in white, one of the Bavarian-lozenge colors.
Then, after writing all that (I say this to show that I'm on the right track by no previous/manipulative design of my own), I entered "Gabe" to find a Coat in Macey colors and using the Massey horse exactly (minus the wings). The two swords in the Gabe Coat could be the Macey and Mackay swords. I don't forget that "Kay/Key" should link to "Shay/Shaw," or that "EYstein" may have been named after "Kay/Key."
The Gabe surname includes a Goeb vatiation, as with the Goebell variation of the Gobells. The Gaup variation evokes GOP, the Republican phrase, "Government of the People." The Gaup spelling is the earliest known: "First found in Baden, where Johannes Gaupp was recorded in Biberach in 1460."
It's clear that German Gabes/Gaups are a branch of English Gabes, evoking "Gabbie Giffords."
Entering "Gope" gets the Gape/Gapp surname with Mackesy and Mackie/Mackey lion in the Coat, and a spotted Levi lion in the Crest. As Fox Broadcasting was founded by Rupert Murdoch, check out the similarity between the Mackie/Mackey Coat and the Murdoch Coat, keeping in mind that the "Mur" refers to More and Moray elements while Mackays were rulers at Fortriu=Moray.
Don't be deceived into believing that Maceys and Mackays are firstly from "Hugh" or "Kay," for they were Mascys/Maceys/Masseys at first. Both the Gope/Gape Coat and Crest use the "vair" bell pattern, and entering "Vair" gets the Massey Shield of the Veres. Click over to the French Vairs/Fers and then see the French Fer Coat, checks in the vair colors of the Cope-like Gopes/Gapes, not to mention that Murdochs use the same checks.
As we see ravens in the Murdoch and Mackie Coats, and as the French Masseys (first found in Savoy) use a boot as symbol for the island of Bute, I remind you that raven-depicted vikings were also in Rothesay (later called Bute) after conquering it. I repeat this because of the Gibson write-up: "The first official mention was when John Gibson surrendered the Castle of Rothesay in 1335." I don't recall the details, but the Royal Stewarts seized Bute not long after the first royal Stewart, Robert Bruce II, was on the Scottish throne (crowned 1371).
We note that "Rupert" Murdoch evokes "Robert," and what do we find in the French Robert Coat but the Mackie lion once again, and the blue and white vair pattern?? Clearly, the Robert surname was a branch of, or at least merged with, the Murdoch surname.
But a Robert link to the Copes is evident because entering "Rupert" gets a Bavaria surname with three red roses on stems (and a blue and white Shield), very comparable with the Cope and Cup/Cope Coats.
Entering "Kope" gets another white-on-blue Shield, though the surname is properly "Kobbes." Yet it was first in Nuremberg, where the (rooster-uisng) Koppels were first found. The Kobbes/Kope Shield design is that of the Italian Ottones (= Viscontis).
The Kobbes variations evoked "Knob," which brought another Bavarian clan using Bogen/Bower-evoking arrows. The surname is more-properly "Knobel," and should link to Nobels...using a Shield somewhat like the Kobbes/Kopes. PLUS, Nobels were first found in Cumberland, which is essentially Cumbria, where Copeland is found!! That's meaningful because it not only links Nobels to the Copes clans, but also to the Kobbes/Kope surname in Germany/Nuremberg.
I note that the Arms of Copeland are blue and green, the colors of the German Bauer Shield, and that the Copeland motto, "By faith and industry," evokes the "industria" motto term seen in this Rothschild Arms.
At the Arms of Copeland page, we read: "The white dragon is the crest of the Lowthers...here it stands as a supporter and round its neck is the wreath of laurel which encircles the neck of the family's white horse supporters." Lothars were first found in WestMOREland, and Sinclairs of More and Upland were firstly found in Lothian.
The Loud variation of the Lowthers brings up two Coats, one the McLeod, and two the Lowther-colored Lowths/Louths (Lincolnshire). Variations of the latter include "Lyde" (Lydians?) and "Lud," a term you'll find in the Wikipedia article on king Lot, the mythical founder of Lothian.
The Lothian-surname write-up traces to a Loud-like term: "Although generally considered to be a Perthshire family, the Lothian surname is a habitational name derived from the place Loudoun near Cunningham in Ayrshire." The brown Lothian talbot dog is in the Crest of the Lot surname, and Talbots were first found in Shropshire, where the Latons/Laytons were first found.
The latter uses the Say Shield, a surname likewise first found in Shropshire, though it's Crest traces to Silesia's Pohls/Pohlands. I link Says to Seatons/Satans (from Say/Saytown), first found in Lothian!
The Seaton/Satan Crest is a "A dragon spouting fire," this being evidence that the fire/flame in other heraldry is code for Flemings, for Seatons (not to mention the portrait of Robert Bruce II) use the Fleming double border (studded with fleur-de-lys).
The Laton/Layton surname is also Leighton, evoking the same-colored Lees/Leighs/Lighs/Leys that I trace to Ligurians...and to the fleur-de-LYS. The Lee Coat smacks of the personal Arms of Ranulf le Meschin at Wikipedia's page, making more sense in that Lees were first found in Cheshire (where Ranulf was earl).
Interestingly, I trace the Meschin-related Ligurians to Luton of Bedfordshire, and that evokes the Laytons/Latons. Entering "Ladon" brings up a Meschin-like Coat. There is a Luton surname.
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The blue lion in the Arms of Copeland is said to be immediately that of the Wyndhams of Egremont; see the blue lion in the Egremont Coat, but ask where Egremonts got it. The Eg(mont) variation may link to "Eystein," noting too that the Egg surname was first found in Cheshire, where we expect the Malahule>Sinclair line. Macclesfield of Cheshire also uses the blue lion and a "Copia" motto term.
The Acres/Ackers were, like the similar Egre(monts), first found in Cumberland. ">French Acres were first found in the Ligurian theater of Forez: "Forez is a former administrative region of France found on the west bank of the Rhone river and extending to the Alps. The ancient tribes of the area were the Ligures, Celts, and Massaliotes." Hmm, MUSSELburgh is in East Lothian, where the Seatons were first found. (I link "Seaton" to "Keaths" of East Lothian.)
The French Acre Coat is nothing but the Save Shield, and Saves were first found beside Forez (in Burgundy). The Hacre variation just prompted "Hacker"...to find a similar Coat in an English branch, first in Lincolnshire, exactly where I expect Rhone-river elements. Hackers are also Hatchers.
Dutch Ackermans use the Sinclair rooster in the colors of the Koppel rooster. I tend to link Hack-like surnames to Hyksos, and I now find that the German Hack Coat is the German Troy unicorn, significant because I trace Hyksos to Trojans. English Hacks/Hykes use white scallops, the color of the Hacker scallops. As Hackers are link-able to the Saves, I'm recalling that I traced Hyksos in honor of Khyan, the Exodus Hyksos pharaoh, to the Sava river.
It always goes back to Sinclairs of Moray, for the Wyndham Crest uses the Moray lock, called a "fetter lock." The Fetter surname, what else? First found in Bavaria, and smacking of Fussen's alternative names, "Foetes" or "Foetibus" (Fussen is in Bavaria). Note the "foedari" motto term of the Giffords, the clan using "Malo mori."
AND REMEMBER, the Fussen Arms is the same, essentially, as the Arms of the Isle of Man, where the Lug-related Ligurians were, AND "The original name of Fussen was 'Foetes', or 'Foetibus' (inflected), which derives from Latin 'Fauces', meaning 'gorge', probably referring to the Lech gorge."
Entering Lech brings up a Lee/Ligh/Legh-colored Coat with "pelicano" motto term and pelican symbols. The Coat is in the colors also of the Arthur surname, and the latter's Crest is likewise a pelican.
Now recall the Lee-surname link to Flemings above, and read that "The distinguished surname Lech emerged among the industrious people of Flanders...Flemish surnames..." (Flemings were founders of Flanders).
The Lech-style pelican is used also by the Briggs/Bryg surname, and it's thereby conspicuous that the Dutch Bergs use Lech colors (Flanders is partly in Holland). The Fleming double border is in the Arms of Thomas Randolph (1st earl of Moray), and inside the border we see three red diamonds on gold, the Dutch Berg symbol. German Bergs use stars in Moray-star colors.
Practically the entire world, aside from Obama lovers, agrees that Obama's State of the Union speech last night was, in a word, phony. For two years he sidelined and ridiculed Republicans, and now that he knows that Republicans can finish him off pitilessly, he's embracing them and wishing for a partnership. Obama: the green man of wishful thinking.
You might be interested in Iraqi court ruling would increase Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's power. At issue is Maliki's control over the central bank, something that we might expect Rothschilds to covet.
[Yesterday], the governor of the Central Bank and the head of the election commission met with the parliament speaker, Osama al-Nujaifi of the Iraqiya bloc [= Allawi's people], to explore ways to challenge the ruling when parliament reconvenes next week.
The uproar threatens to undermine Maliki's incomplete national unity government...
Back in June 2009, there was this:
Çukurova Group's Genel Enerji, which started pumping oil from northern Iraq with its partners this month, is merging with Britain's Heritage Oil. Heritage will pay $2.45 billion in stock to Genel Enerji shareholders. The new firm, to be named HeritaGE, will be the biggest oil producer in northern Iraq.
Heritage oil is owned much by Tony Buckingham, whose unusual links with mercenary-providing companies raised my eyebrow. He's got a very Londonish surname, and I've been wanting to know since 2009 whether he's a Rothschild man in northern Iraq. In 2009, Heritage announced the find of a huge oil field in northern Iraq (called Miran). And now:
Energy firm Heritage Oil said [yesterday] it has made a major gas find in Iraq's autonomous region of Kurdistan that is among the largest ever in the country.
...The spokesman for the Kurdistan regional government's natural resources ministry declined to comment when contacted by AFP.
...Heritage said it owned a 75 percent working interest in the field. It did not specify who held the balance. ...Heritage said it was "currently considering potential development options which could include either bringing gas into Turkey and/or into Europe via the Nabucco pipeline," a proposed link to bring Asian supplies to Europe.
The Buckingham surname was first found in Oxfordshire, and uses a red lion on gold, the Lee/Legh symbol. These are Vere colors, which I say because Oxford was long a Vere haunt. German Bucks ("virtute" motto term that I tend to see as code for Veres) use the same red lion (but on white), and a set of wings in the Crest that I've yet to clinch as a version of the Bauer wings.
English Bucks use antlers, and may therefore link to the antler-using Zahringers/Veringens that I trace to Veres, though I also link the Zahringer bear (of Berne) to Bernicians and therefore to the Rhodes surname...that some Rothschilds merged with, more than a century ago, in forming a global take-over scheme.
English Bucks, who could be Bavarian Bogens, were first found in Lincolnshire, where the Rhodes surname was first found. The Bucks are in the colors of the Boggs/Boge surname, first found in bear-depicted Berwickshire (this was Bernician domain). Plus, Boggs use a red stag while the Zahringer antler is red (Veringens use the same antler in blue). As some evidence of a link to the Bucks, Boggs variations include Bouk, Bouck, but also Book and Boack (see the Backs below).
Boggs use black-on-white stars like the Bacons, giving pause.
As Francis Bacon was a leader in Rosicrucian world-rule, I do think this exercise shows that Buckinghams apply. I do know that Rothschilds were involved in a Golden Dawn Illuminati organization, a Rosicrucian branch in Germany that moved to London. As a Bacon variation is "Bachun," I see that German Bachs (in Bauer colors) use the same wings, in Bauer-wing color, as the German Bucks.
German Bachs use a "cruce" motto term that could be code for the Rosy-Cross. These Bachs/Backs also use "spes," a term (not yet identified) I see often, and used also by English Baggs/Baggins (smacks of J.J Tolkien).
The Boggs' use an hour glass in the Crest, and the "Jewish" Glass wings look like they are intended to form an hour glass between them. Hmm, the Scottish Glass surname (I think it links to Glasgow) uses Melusine (a Vere symbol) with a mirror, and I have never, until now, realized that the mirror was code for the Glass surname. It was first found on Buteshire (beside Glasgow), and I expect the Massey=Rothschild bloodline on Bute=Rothesay.
Yes, the Glass' come around to the Massins/Masons, and the Speers, the latter being first in Renfrewshire, beside Glasgow. For, the same Melusine in the Glass Crest is in the Massin/Mason Crest, and the Massin motto (Dum spiro spero) is code for Speers (and likely Sprees). As evidence that Speers and Glass' link, both use the same colors, and both use a red star on white.
I had traced both Speers and the Zahringer antler to the Spree river, Lusatia. See the red antler in the Arms of Forst (Lusatia), capital of the Spree-Neiße district.
Remember that some insist that Francis Bacon was ShakeSpeare.
If you'd like to check things out further, the Dutch Forsts (compare with English Burghs) look like they apply, and they appear to link to Dutch Burgs/Bergs (Rosicrucians infested Holland), while the same gold-red colors are used by the Vances (a Vaux variation), which I say due to the "Advance" motto of the Speers.
Now, compare the German Gloss/Klassau Coat to the Vance Coat, and you may agree that Glass' (with Glossauer variation) were Gloss'. The Gleason Coat (Speer- and Glass-star colors) is nearly identical, and that can't be coincidental. The Klassau variation justifies a look at the Class/Klasen surname, found in Gloss/Klassau colors.
Then, the Class/Klasen description smacks of the Speers/Speres: ...a naked woman standing on a sphere and holding a blanket.
A Blanket? French and German Blanks use the same colors. AND, as some Whites are related to Blanks, I recall my trace of the Uat/Buto cult to the Watts, using not only the all-seeing eye (a Rothschild and a Uat/Buto symbol), but a pair of glasses...that I previously linked to the Glass surname. AND, the wings of the English Watts look like the wings of the "Jewish" Glasses.
As you can see, the Watt Crest is a falcon, the symbol of Horus (Horites?), who was an integral part of the Uat-Buto cult. AND "Horus" smacks of "hour (glass)," the symbol of the "Jewish" Glass (and Boggs) Coat.
That's not all. I had identified the Uat/Buto/Horus cult as Uts/Buz/Kemuel Na(c)horites out of Horite Edom, and traced them to Nortons/Naughtens, the point being that the later use nearly the same falcon as the Watts. Also, as Uat/Buto was also "Wadjet," the Brittany-based Watch/Wadge surname (using wedges) should apply, who are in the colors of the nearby Weggs/Wedges.
Hmm, the latter surname reminded of the Egg surname mentioned yesterday in conjunction with Egremonts. The Egremonts were linked to Acres/Ackers, and both Acres (and other Ackers) and Eggs use Wegg colors. Recall from yesterday that the Egremont blue lion was part of the Arms of Copeland, though traced to the Macclesfield lion. Wadjet was a green-lion goddess of the Nile, though used in black by WITTelsBACHs Arms and others. Like the Wittelsbachs, English Watts use a lozenge, smacking of "Latona," the wolf cult that the Uat/Buto cult evolved into (the Neuri and Budini worshiped the wolf).
The Wittels are obviously a branch of English Whites, for both use blue and white "vair" bell pattern. These colors are the colors of the Wittelsbach/Bavaria lozenges.
The black eagle in the White Crest appears to be the same eagle of the German Blanc/Bianci Crest. Let's not forget that Blanks and Whites entered this discussion as per the blanket of the German Class/Klasens, and that the "Jewish" Glass surname figured large (at least in my mind) in Rosicrucianism. The same black eagle is used by the Greers, and they use the German Blank lion.
I kid you not, that after writing the two sentences of the paragraph above, I got right to other Glass-possibilities, and found the Gleason Coat (which I inserted shortly above where it fits the discussion. Then, it entered my head to search for possible r-versions of "Gleason," and so I entered "Greas" (Moray lock), where the Grierson variation had me looking at the Greer Coat...that fit right into the paragraph above!
Scottish Whites (motto smacks of Perdix/Labyrinth) use the same black eagle, and were first found in Berwickshire! This White write-up traces to "Uuiaett Hwite," evoking "Uat."
The Greer write-up: (where we read: "The old Scottish-Dalriadan name Greer is derived from the given name Gregor...from the Late Greek name 'Gregorios,' which mean alert, watchful, or vigilant." I don't know whether to link that idea to the watch theme above, but it fits where three mythical Gorgon hags were given one eye between them as a symbol.
MOREOVER, as you can see, Greas-surname variations use "Gray," and that evokes my trace of the Gray surname and the heraldic greyhound to the mythical Graeae Gorgons of north Africa. ZOWIE, it was the Graeae/Graii who passed their one eye to one another. AND, to explain the Moray lock in use by the Graes surname, I traced Moray and the More/Moor surname (uses a white Moor head) to north African Moors.
The Greas-surname link to Gregors>Greers (both were first in Dumfries) supports a trace to the Graeae for these mythical Gorgons are said (so I read) to be the root of "Greco/Greece." In any case, the Graeae (said to mean "grey" in Greek but I dunno) were obviously linked to the Danaan bloodline of Perseus (he took their eye and gleaned/divined the location of their sister, the Gorgon Medusa), for:
Hesiod reports their names as Deino "dread", the dreadful anticipation of horror), Enyo "horror" the "waster of cities"...Hyginus adds a fourth, Persis or Perso.
HORRORS. The "dread" motto term was seen yesterday, and when I found it, there it was in the Laton Coat, a surname smacking of Latona!! This comes as I was just prepared to say, as per the above quote, that the Graeae obviously link to the Uat/Buto>Latona cult, for the cult was Chemmite, and Chemmites claim to have been from Perseus!!!
Now the world knows that heraldry traces to Chemmites, and to the Uat cult of witchcraft, and to the Graeae Gorgons, etc. AND NOW, for those who didn't believe my trace of the Say surname to Sais (I can understand the hesitation), a Nile location (near Buto) of the Uat/Buto cult, see that the Laton Coat is the Say Coat.
I've already shown that the Kemmis-surname Coat uses blue and white vair/bell pattern, the symbol of the Whites and Wittels (not to mention the Roberts and Gopes/Gapps (yesterday's topic), who both use the Mackesy and Mackie lion) .
While the Graes Coat uses the Moray locks, the Moray motto is "Deum time," smacking not only of a watch or "watchful" (the Greer write-up), but of Dumfries (where the Graes and Greer surnames were first found). AND, the other Moray Coat uses Melusine, with mirror!
The Greer write-up has: "Late Greek name "Gregorios," which mean alert, watchful, or vigilant." The third Graeae sister was "and Pemphredo 'alarm'. " That is, whatever Pamphredo really depicted, it was given the double meaning (as was typical in myth code) of "alarm," smacking of the alert term in the Greer write-up.
I fully expect the wolf-depicted Uat>Latona (= Leto) cult to lead to Ligurians via Lycians. The latter should have been the lykos=wolf symbol, and Lycians had a Lada goddess that should have been the same as Leto (who I identify with Lydians). I trace the Lydian wolf to the Roman wolf (= the Hirpini) at Apollo-based Avellino/ABELLInus, and finally to Avalon=Bute, right where the Glass surname was first found. As we see Melusine in the Glass Crest, we don't neglect that the satanic Veres have Melusine/Milouziana in Avalon before coming to Angers/Anjou. "Anjou" and nearby "Angers" smack of "Enyo," one of the three (or four) Graeae.
The Grey Coat is in the colors of the Glass Coat. The Greys use a red-on-white Shield, while Glass' use a white-on-red Shield. And seeing the Crow variation of the Greys, I see that the Crow Coat is in the same white-on-red colors. The Crows use the Sinclair rooster design, and a camel that I would link to Kemuel (son of Nahor), who I see at the root of "Chemmite."
The Greys use "Anchor" twice in their motto, an Angers like term, but in any case, the Anchor/Anker surname is in Say and Laton colors, and moreover uses almost the Say bull/buffalo in the Crest. The surname smacks of the Egyptian ankh symbol, and the Annacker smacks of the Anaki "giants," whom I traced to "Nachor" (= the Biblical "Nahor").
I should add that "Enyo" smacks of the Ince and Innes surnames (that I trace to the Enki-Anu cult of Anaki), but even moreso the Inyaney, Innieney, and Inyoney variations of the Annan(dale) Coat (in Speer colors). The Annan motto is "Sperabo," a Speer code apparently.
ALSO, entering "Innie" brings up the Kimmie/Shimmie/Simon surname that I traced to Sais Chemmites due to its "suis prest" motto phrase. BUT, I had realized years ago that metal "smith" links to "Sams(on)" because the Samson cult evolved into Hephaestus' Kabeiri cult founded at SamoThrace. The Kimmie/Shimmie/Simon write-up: "The Scottish name Innie is an Anglicized form of the Gaelic Mac Shimidh, a patronymic from a Gaelic equivalent to the name Simon."
That is, the Simons/Shimmies are in reality the Samson-bloodline Schmids/Smiths, who use not only the White lion, but the Ferrari (= "steel worker") lion. Dutch Smiths, who use the German Schmi(d)t variation, use horseshoes, the Portuguese Ferrari symbol.
The Ferrers/Feriers also use horseshoes (in Savage-Coat fashion and colors), and they were found in cahoots with Mascys of Cheshire (where Savages were first found). The Ferrer Crest is a unicorn (Enki>Inachus-bloodline symbol, I still theorize). The write-up: "The name, however, derives from the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, Ferriers, in Gastonois, Normandy." Then when we loom at the Gaston Coat, a Shield filled with red and white checks, just like the Vairs/Fers/VEYres (the other Vair Coat is the Vere Coat).
As you must know, the Fey and Vey surnames have been traced to witchy Morgan le Fay of Avalon, and Veres, who claim to be witchy, claim to be from Avalon. But it's the Enki-like Veres of Angers/Anjou that are said to be from Avalon, and so once again I repeat: "Enyo," the Graeae, smacks of Enki/Anaki-like terms, and dragonic Veres do trace themselves to the Anaki. Spanish Fares (in French Fer colors) were first found in Argos-like ARaGon, where we could expect the Inachus line of Argos.
But as I just linked "Enyo" to the Shimmie/Simon surname, how could it be that it traces so well to the Fers=Veres? Does anyone smell Enyo=Angles, to whom the Veres also trace themselves? Is that a Pegasus in the Angle Coat? Yes, and it's the Massey (use the Vere Shield) Pegasus, a myth code for Gorgons i.e. born from the head of the Gorgon Medusa. Perhaps the unicorn is a symbol of Enki-branch Pegasus Gorgons.
I've already shown that Italian Angels use an Ince/Inch-like Shield.
Therefore, Veres are from the all-seeing-eye cults of Egypt, even the Ladon Biblical dragon. I repeat: Weir-branch Veres of Glasgow were in cahoots with Sadam Hussein, illegally taking the oil-for-food program of the UN. I repeat: I expect Vere-branch Rothschilds to be heavily involved in Iraqi prophecy. I repeat: the glorious Day of their end is coming, as when Someone with a steel bar hits a witch on the back of the head so that the stranglehold she has on the world economy is set free to recover.
Todays' Glass topic started with Tony Buckingham and branches of his surname, and then veered to the Graeae as per a thought that entered my mind: that "Graes" was a Gleason/Glass variation. I therefore just tried "Grass" to check for Glass links, and found the Grass surname first found in Buckinghamshire.
Then, French Grass' are also "Gres," smacking of "grey," and when entering "Gros," a greyhound! The Gros were first in Burgundy, near the Gras'/Gres' of Provence.
The Grace variations of the Grass' suggests "Greco" once again. So I looked at the Greg Coat to find the same stork as in the Scottish Smith Crest. This Smith write-up traces possible to Murdochs: "First found in northern England and Scotland, where they held a family seat from ancient times. In trying to establish a single source for this amazing, monumentally prolific surname Smith, it is asserted that they descended from Neil Cromb, a Chieftain who flourished in 1150, third son of Murdoch, Chief of the Clan Chattan..."
The Scottish Smith Coat was linked to the similar Tolkien Coat because J.J. Tolkien was discovered by me to stress Mormon lines of the Rus, while Mormons were founded by Freemasons in cahoots with a Joseph Smith renegade. Also, before finding that from Tolkien, I had found good evidence that Mormons -- especially the writer(s) of the book of Mormon -- trace to Lemnos and to Samson. Recall the Saint discussion of the previous update, for Mormons call themselves Latter-Day Saints as code for the Santones=Sintians of Lemnos.
I had traced "Latter-day Saints" to the Latter surname, using (nearly) the Guiscard-Coat symbol (!!) I now see, and Guiscard was indeed linked to Samson-cult Saracens (named Timnah and Samsam). Latter variations include Latto, Lawtie, Laithis, and Lathis. Hmm, Guiscards use the lattice symbol, and I now think I know why.
Doesn't Fox News entertain Glenn BECK, the Mormon?
I showed some seeks ago that the Guiscard "piles" were from two lightning bolts used by a Guiscard-like surname (I can't find that update). The FOX logo uses two white pile-like streaks, very comparable to the white "piles" of the Latter Coat.
On this page, we find "Aeuin Hacke. The following device associated with this name was registered in May of 2007 (via Meridies): Azure, on a pile argent between two lightning bolts in pile Or a double-bitted battle axe sable." The Hacks use a unicorn and I think they link to axe-uisng Hackensalls/Axelrods.
I found the page:
The Guichard coat of arms is understood to contain two thunderbolts (white) on a red background. With a little imagination the ancient Wishart [= Guiscard] arms of 'three piles meeting in point' is of similar design. However, this possible link between the two families needs further research.
And it's white lightning too. There is a Guich/Geyche surname, for what it could mean to anyone, found in Burgundy where the Gros surname was first found. I can imagine a Wiche/Wicks (Axelrod axes) variation.
Remember, lattice is used by Cotts. The Cott lattice is in the white-on-red colors of the Lattice surname, and the latter Coat could be colors reversed of the Tancred Coat (= Guiscard ancestry). The Letters are in the same colors, and the Lauder, Laudor, Lawder, and Lawther variations smack of yesterday's Lowther discussion (linked to Egremonts/Copeland), noting that Lowthers use a white dragon while Letters/Lauders use a white griffo-dragon.
Letters use "tuarus," not "taurus," perhaps code for the Tuaregs Berbers/Amazons. Plus, Letters use the Ali griffin in both colors, and that's meaningful where the Alis were first found in Messina (Scylla-region Sicily), the location of the Timnah and Samsam Saracens. PLUS, Tolkien stressed Illuminati lines out of Messina's Saracen Rus, especially with his ring-founding character, "Sauron."
The Ali variations, Aliotto, Aliotti, and Aliotta, smack of the Letters and their variations. The fact that Alis were found in a Terme location at Messina suggest the Thermodon Amazons...that I do trace to north-African Graeae Amazons.
? The Italian Leto/Alitto/Lette Coat (Ferrara) is a crane in Letter, Lattice and Ali white-on-red. This is so much fun, like a boy on an endless beach lifting up rocks and finding new and ugly creatures sticking their tongues out at me. The Alis were from Leto=Latona, the chief Roman goddess of the Biblical dragon, Ladon himself.
The Latona Coat is in the colors of the Latt/Lett/Layt Coat (organ pipes), the latter smacking of the same-colored Laytons/Latons (with "dread" motto code for the Graeae). The Organ Coat uses the same colors, along with the clover in the Greg Coat.
And that brings me to the Carricks, for they are in Greg colors and are said to be from "Craig." That now suggests that I could have been wrong in tracing "Carrick" to a hard-C "Saracen," for it could trace instead to "Greco"-like elements. In Italian and French, a greg-like term means "grey."
German Greggs are also Gorgon-like Groggs and Grogans. They are in the colors of the Gregory Coat (Mackie lion) with "Vigilanter" motto, once again referring to the "watchful" of the Gregor>Greer write-up. German Gregorys (Bavaria) use what looks like a crane (a Leto/Alitto-surname symbol).
The apparent trace of the Leto- and Lattice-like surnames to the Leto>Apollo line suggests that the Apollo-related Daphne cult leads to the Taffey surname with lattice.
LOOK. The Heritage surname, entered as per Tony Buckingham's Heritage company, was first found in Oxfordshire, where the Buckingham surname was first found. It suggests that Tony and/or the namer of the company had some Heritage blood. The Irish Harry Coat uses the Noble lion, which is mentioned because the same lion design is in the Italian Angel Chief while the rest of the Coat uses a Heritage-like look.
If that link of Tony to the Angle/Angel bloodline is correct, then the Massey Pegasus found in the English Angle/Angel Crest suggests Tony's links to the Rothschild bloodline.
The English Angers Crest use the symbol (called an "escarbuncle") of the French Ray Coat, and the latter uses "Gracieuset" for a motto term, smacking of the Grace and Gros surnames because both the Gros/Graus clan and the Rays were first found in Burgundy. AND, the Graces/Grasses were first in Buckinghamshire!!
As per the escarbuncle, the Buncle surname was first in Berwickshire, recalling what was said early today: "The Bucks are in the colors of the Boggs/Boge surname, first found in bear-depicted Berwickshire (this was Bernician domain). Plus, Boggs use a red stag while the Zahringer antler..." As Buncles use buckles, they should link to the Buckle/Buckley surname, first found in Suffolk, as with the Angers with the escarbuncle symbol!
The Scottish Rays were first in Dumfriesshire, and that suggests Edomites. I say this because "Heritage" evokes "Herod." Scottish Rays use a green Shield, like the Herod/Harald Shield, and the latter use the colors of the Guichs, who were first found in Burgundy, as with the French Rays. The Guichs came up at all today only because of the Guichard variation of the Guiscards; it was the Guichards who used two white-lightning bolts.
I should record that the Guich Coat is also the Pollock Shield.
Entering "Gash" brings up the Wassa Coat (in Guiscard colors), and I do tend to link "Gius(card)" to the Wassa/Gasson bloodline. Wassa variations include "Gasche." Like it was said above, I'll record the Guich surname for whatever it might be worth to anyone.
This webpage tells that the Laevi were Ligurian. After telling that the Eburovices-related Cenomani entered Italy under the leadership of an ELITOvius (similar terms were stressed yesterday), , and with the graces of Bellovesus, they settled Brixia and Verona. The Verona Shield (white-on-blue fish) is in Bellamy colors, and the surname shows a Vair variation, suggesting what I've maintained: that the vair bell pattern is a Bellovesus>Bellamy code, not forgetting that mythical Bellerophon (from Sisyphus' Sicyon) was allied with the Gorgon Pegasus, a symbol of the Vere-related Massey clan known to have issued out of the house of Bellamy.
After telling of the Cenomani at Brixia and Verona, the page goes immediately to the Saluvii, who smack of the Sullivans that I traced to the Salyes Ligurians. We read: "...the Saluvii; they settled near the ancient tribe of the Ligurian Laevi, who lived about the Ticinus." This river begins in the Wallis/Valais theater.
Earlier on the same page, the "Salyi" are mentioned, whom appear to be the Salyes. It says that they had been attacking : "Massilians who had sailed from Phocaea." The proto-Masseys? I don't know. Massilians were the Greeks who founded Marseilles ("Massalia" to the Phocaeans) at the mouth of the Rhone. There is a phrase, "Sales of Mascy" in Cheshire.
The founding of Massalia has to do with Lacydon. In myth: "Protis, while exploring for a new trading outpost or emporion for Phocaea, discovered the Mediterranean cove of the Lacydon [near Massalia], fed by a freshwater stream and protected by two rocky promontories. Protis was invited inland to a banquet held by the chief of the local Ligurian tribe for suitors seeking the hand of his daughter Gyptis in marriage." What Ligurian tribe was this that was assigned an Egyptian mythical code?
Do I need to admit error when tracing Masseys to Mysians? Not necessarily, for Phocaea was on the edge of the Mysian theater: "Phocaea was the northernmost of the Ionian cities, on the boundary with Aeolis. It was located near the mouth of the river Hermus (now Gediz)..." Hmm, I had traced Hamon de Mascy (Cheshire) to Samsun, and so here's what else we find: "[Phocaeans] probably helped settle Amisos (Samsun)..."
Phocaeans had been earlier from Phocis, in the land Parnassus, land of the Muses...whom I trace to Mysians. Locrians lived at Phocis, smacking of proto-Ligurians. "Dionysius of Halicarnassus does not separate them, mentioning that Locrians is the later name of the Leleges...According to some traditions, [mythical] Deucalion, the founder of the Hellenic race, is said to have lived in the Locrian town of Opus or Cynus." The latter term smacks of "Cygnus," the swan king of Liguria
Then the same article adds: "The Locrians around Thermopylae were the first to have been called Hellenes..." That location smacks of the Thermodon Amazons, who I identify as Meshech peoples, and who did move to Mysia in a massive way. But I also trace Thermodon Amazons to the Graeae in north Africa, and meanwhile I trace Masseys to the Meshwesh Amazons of Tunisia/Cyrene/Libya.
Phocaeans are regarded as mariners, and Meshwesh were a so-called "sea peoples" who had conquered Tanis on the Nile (suggesting that they named Tunis(ia), and so the question is whether mythical Gyptis at Lacydon (opposite the sea from Tunisia) was a representation of the Meshwesh. That is, did Massalians consist of both Phocaean Mysians and Meshwesh Mysians (I trace Meshwesh to Aeneas-related Mysians at Dardanus)? Did the Phocaeans end up at Massalia because they had distant (or not-so-distant) Mysian kin at Lacydon? Logical.
Back to the article where I started this morning. We read: "The Libui came next [into Italy after the Cenomani] and the Saluvii: they settled near the ancient tribe of the Laevi..."
We read: "In the Greek mythology, the Locrians are closely related to the Phocians and Eleans." But of course. The dragon bloodline leading to Ligurians must always come from the Pelops line at Lydia, where the Hermus river flowed through. Phocaea was at the mouth of the Hermus. Lets then look at the Eleans (of Elis/Pisa), for it's known that Pelops married the daughter of mythical Oenomaus, king of Pisa.
On this map of Elis (western side of the Peloponnesus), we see the city of Oenoe, telling that mythical Oenomaus depicted that location. That is, the Pelops line of Heneti Lydians removed to Oenoe, and as the place is located on the Ladon river, it's very good evidence that the river was named by Lydians. At the source of the Ladon, you can see Lasion, a term smacking of the Lasonii (Lydians, I think), fellow tribe with Pisidians who named Pisa and Pisatis both found on the map. There you see Olympia in Pisatis, named quite obviously after the Olympos at Pisidia.
Could we trace "Lacydon," therefore, to "Lasion"? And as these Pelops-related peoples came from the Hermus river, shouldn't Lasion trace to Laish at mount Hermon? I realized that the Ladon river traced back to Laish on other grounds, because Laish was at Panias, smacking of the Peneus into which the Ladon flows. The city of Elis is shown on the Peneus.
Suddenly, with Laish, we're back to the Samson Danaans, and there, south of Pisatis we find Samicum at mount Lapithas. I traced Lapiths, depicted by mythical Ixion, to Sion, summit of mount Hermon. But it's also known that Lapiths lived at, and named, Lesbos, which you can see on this map directly offshore of Phocaea (not shown).
There to the other side of Phocaea you can see the island of Samos, and Chios in the middle might just be from the Kos cult of Edom. As I trace the Manoah>Samson cult to Dionysus Maenads, and because Dionysus' sacred island was Naxos, note Naxos (shown) not far from Samos, and consider that "PeloponNESUS may have been named in-part after DioNYSUS.
Phocaea was in the territory stamped, "Ionia," which I mention because I link the Ince/Ince and related Innes clans to the Massey Masons. Yes, I did trace these clans to "Enki" and "Inachus," but Inachus (= founder of Argos) has Io for a daughter, a symbol likely of Ionians. Io was in-part in Egypt, merged there with "Egyptians." Who were those Egyptians if not the proto-Danaans of Argos, whom I locate on the Nile at Tanis? Hera, who was the Horus cult in the Tanis theater, was sacred in Argos. You get it.
But also get this, that "Inachus" smacks of "Naxos," and so we see the Samson-related Danaans as founders of Argos, but also in Ionia.
Back to the Lacydon topic. Note that the Ladon river is alternatively stamped the "Selleis." As Lasion is at the source of the Selleis, shouldn't the Salyes Ligurians have come from Lasion and Selleis??? In that case, Lacydon was a domain of the Salyes Ligurians. That is, mythical Gyptis of Lacydon represented Ladon-related Lydians from the Laish location at the foot of mount Sion, explaining why swan-depicted Ligurians are always linked by my adventures to Sitten/Sion of Switzerland.
South of Pisatis, though not shown, is Messene, the region that founded Messina in eastern Sicily. The mythical Scylla monster was at Messina, and so we see "Scillus" stamped near Pisatis. This is all new to me; I don't recall ever finding this map, or if I did, I didn't realize the importance. Scillus is smack at Samicum, and I did trace the Samson-surname scallops to the Scylla monster.
Furthermore, the Scylla monster was paired with a Charybdis monster, and I traced that one to the mythical Charops>Orpheus line that in myth ended up in Lesbos. That is, I identified Charybdis with the Lapiths in Lesbos before knowing of a Scillus region smack beside Samicum and Lapithas.
Meschins I note that Samicum is alternatively stamped, "Macistus," smacking of the Makiswell variation of the Maxwells and the Makeston variation of the related Maxtons, both clans of which I've long linked to Meschins. The latter use scallops in the same colors as the Samsons.
I identified the Pelops line as the golden Fleece line long before I knew of this map. I now find that "Phrixa" (never knew of this location before) is stamped at Pisa. The rider of the golden fleece was Phrixus. I get it!
I would guess that Pelops depicted the people of Pylus, at Oenoe. But there's a second Pylus shown to the south of Samicum. Note "Pyrgi" to the south of that, for I identified "Phrixus" as Phrygians. It seems a no-brainer that Phrixus' sister, Helle, was a depiction of the Aeolians at Aoelis, because the latter was at the Hellespont, the region that Helle is known to have depicted.
I wonder whether the Guiscard "piles" are code for a Pylus bloodline since after all I link Guiscard to the Samson cult. The Pyle surname uses nearly what the Guiscard Coat calls "piles." The Guise surname was first in Gloucestershire, and mythical Glaucus loved Scylla. And look! The Scolls/Skull and the Sellicks/Selliocks were first in neighboring Herefordshire.
This is amazing, I kid you not that Scylla was not on my mind when I entered "Scoll." Instead, I had decided to enter that term as per mount Scollis stamped near Pylus. As soon as I saw that Scolls were first in Herefordshire, I thought of the Sellicks because mount Scollis is located opposite the Selleis=Ladon river. It was only after discovering this that I entered "Pyle" to see whether they might also be from Herefordshire. Then I wrote that they were first found in Gloucestershire, and that mythical Glaucus loved Scylla, at which time I realized the "Scoll" similarity with "Scylla"!! Before that, "Ascalon" came to mind at the sight of "Scollis."
COMPARE the Scoll/Skull Coat to the English Bone Coat and think SKULL and BONES cult!! Dutch Bones are in Scoll/Skull colors!!! French Bones (dolphin, symbol of Dauphine) are likely related because they use the Dutch-bone crescent. French Bones were first found in Provence, where the Bellovesus Gauls partly sprang out of, and I traced the English Bones/Bonnes to Beaumont/Bellmont-branch Bellamys.
Does this trace of Sellicks to the Selleis river discredit my trace of Sellicks to Sulcis of Sardinia? No, I don't think so. Firstly, I trace "Sardinia" to Sardis on the Hermus river, and so we expect Sardis elements at Pylus and adjacent Oenoe (see below for Hermes elements at Oenoe). Secondly, Sulcis is known by me to be a location of the Seleucids from Antioch, for Sulcis was also Sant'Antioco. AND THE POINT: Antioch was earlier called, Daphne, named after the mythical Daphne who swam in the Ladon river, and whose father was made mythical Ladon, the Biblical dragon! This well explains why the Ladon river is alternatively stamped, "Selleis."
WOWWWWIE! In Daniel, the Biblical dragon=anti-Christ is from the Seleucid bloodline.
There you have it, the reason that I will now trace Sellicks, and other Herefordshire elements, to Antioch's Seleucids to the Ladon river, and to Salyes Ligurians. It's possible that the Selleis came first, and that Seleucids were named after it.
Recall the above: "According to some traditions, [mythical] Deucalion, the founder of the Hellenic race, is said to have lived in the Locrian town of Opus or Cynus." I've yet to discover if that's the Cygnus swan of Liguria, but the point now is this Opus-like location:
Seleucia [founded before Antioch by the same Seleucus I] was one of the great cities of the world during Hellenistic and Roman times. It stood in Mesopotamia, on the west bank of the Tigris River, opposite the smaller town of Opis."
From the 2nd update of May, 2010:
The task today is to find the blood roots of the Seleucid kings. The father of Seleucus I was Antiochus, from Orestis:
"Orestis was a region of Upper Macedonia...Its inhabitants were the Greek tribe Orestae...A silver finger ring of 6th century BC bearing the frequent Orestian name 'Antiochus' has been found in Dodona,,,During the Peloponnesian War, a thousand Orestians led by King Antiochus accompanied the Parauaeans of Epirus. Hecataeus and Strabo identified these mountain kingdoms as being of Epirotic stock."
The article on the Parauaeans calls them Thesprotians, but that doesn't mean much to me at this point, unless they were named after Thessaly, where Ixion's stomping grounds were located.
The Seleucid bloodline was linked to ThesPROTIANS??? Is that mythical Protis of the Phocaeans at Massalia? Indeed, the Salyes were on the Durance river with a mouth at the Rhone very near Massalia! I'm convinced. The Lacydon Ligurians were partly from the Ladon/Selleis river at Lasion, and partly from Thesprotian Seleucids. ZOWWWIE. It has taken me nearly a decade to make this inroad.
In the update above, the Seleucid bloodline was linked to Paphlagonians. Pelops ruled Heneti Paphlagonians (depicted by Aphrodite, the cult-term that named "Epirus," in my opinion), and Orestes (an origin of the Seleucids) was a part of the Pelops>Atreus golden fleece line. Parauaeans are said to be named after the Aoos/Aous/Aias river in Epirus.
Let's not forget the nine Aeolian islands off the Messina/Scylla coast. I entertained that the nine Muses were named after these islands, but when I did so, the Aoelis region was not in my mind (I normally think of Elis instead as the home of Aeolians). I see that the Aeolis=Muse equation fits well because Aeolis was in the Mysian theater.
It's known that the golden fleece was a ram belonging to Hermes, and after he traces from mount Hermon to the Hermus (Lydia), we find him in Pelops myth, helping Pelops win the Pisa region. We can locate him at the place stamped "Ephyra," which is the alternative name of Oenoe, for the earlier name of Corinth, where a Hermes bloodline ruled, was also Ephyra. In myth, the charioteer of Oenomaus was Myrtilus, a son of Hermes. Myrtillus is said to have killed Oenomaus, allowing Pelops to wed Oenomaus' daughter and so become the king of Pisa.
To the south of the Selleis river we find Alesium, which appears to be named after "Lasion." The Alis name that Meschins>Skiptons used was evoked by this term, and I traced "Alis" to the Ali surname at Messina. But yesterday I found that the Ali surname was from Leto-like terms such as Alitto, smacking of ELITOvius, leader of the Cenomani into northern Italy. These terms were traced rather solidly yesterday to Ladon elements.
I now see that the Leto-Alitto Coat is in the colors of the Scoll/Skull Coat (i.e. Scylla was at Messina). The Leto/Alitto Coat uses a crane, a symbol that depicted garanus-like terms (means "crane" in Greek"), and this could have included the Here surname as per Herefordshire. The first thing I note is the English Here surname uses a tree stump, the symbol of the Italian Milan Coat; the write-up of the latter says that they were first in Messina, (i.e where the Alis were first found).
Secondly, the German Heres use Bellamy colors, which I say because German Hares/Harens (both Heres and Hares use blue wings i.e. they are related) use the Bellamy Shield. Evidence that Hares/Harens link to the pagan garanus=crane line is in the Irish Hare surname (fox) uses "Garry" (they are identified here as Veres) and then there is a Gery/Warre surname in the white-on-red of the Leto-Alitto Coat (with crane).
The English Crane Coat uses a crane, but it looks like the so-called stork of the Greg Crest, which is the same as the bird in the Samson-related Smith Crest. And, the Greg stork/crane has a clover in its beak that matches the Hare/Garry clover. One could suppose that "Greg" and "Garry" are related, therefore, so that if Gregs trace to "Greco/Gorgon" ( see yesterday) and/or the Graeae, ditto possibly for the Garrys and/or Hares.
Obviously, the heron symbol smacks of the Hares/Harens, and I see that one Heron Coat uses the colors again of the crane-using Leto-Alitto (and Scoll/Skull) Coat.
Here's what was written yesterday:
The Latona Coat is in the colors of the Latt/Lett/Layt Coat (organ pipes), the latter smacking of the same-colored Laytons/Latons (with "dread" motto code for the Graeae). The Organ Coat uses the same colors, along with the clover in the Greg Coat.
I now see that the Organ Coat (surname properly "Horrigan/Aragan") uses two symbols, the clover and a lizard, same with the Hare/Garry Coat, thus clinching the Leto-Alitto link to Hares/Garrys and Gregs. In other words, all of these clans appear to trace to Alesium/Lasion on the Ladon=Selleis river.
The Horrick Chief uses the Maxton bee, and has a full motto, "Spe," that term that I have yet to identify as a surname/entity. The term is said to mean, "my hope." The Hope Coat is in Horrick colors and uses "spes."
AND ZOWIE, it is a match, for German Hopes/Hoops (hooping crane???) have already been linked, as per their anchor and their Hood/Hooden variations, to anchor-using Hoods/Hudds...who use the same so-called fret as the Horricks!! The "spe(s)" motto term is therefore code (sometimes, anyway) for the Hope and Hood bloodline.
Previously, I figured that "spes" was code for the Space/Speccot surname, but there was no proof. BUT NOWWWIE, the (Hope/Hood colors) not only has a fret like symbol (called "fers de moline)", but was first found in Devon, where the fret-using Hoods/Hudds were first found. Isn't this fun?
As per the Speckitt variation (Specters?) of the Spaces (Vere/Vair/Fer colors), the Specks were first found in Lancashire, where the fret-using Horricks were first found. The porcupine in the Speck Crest may give away linkage to Bassets (for they use(d) a porcupine too), and their Bisset relatives are in Speck colors.
A former UN man is apparently leading a coup against the current Egyptian government:
The Egyptian dissident Mohamed ElBaradei warned President Hosni Mubarak today that his regime is on its last legs, as tens of thousands of people prepared to take to the streets for a fourth day of anti-government protests.
The Nobel peace prize winner's comments to the Guardian represented his strongest intervention against the country's authoritarian government since he announced his intention to return to Egypt to join the protests. "I'm sending a message to the Guardian and to the world that Egypt is being isolated by a regime on its last legs," he said.
...ElBaradei has been criticised by some Egyptians for the late return to his homeland, two days after the protests began...
...In an apparent bid to scupper the protests, the Egyptian authorities have cut off almost all access to the internet from inside and outside the country. ElBaradei said the move was proof the government was in "a state of panic". ...ElBaradei has already criticised the US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, for describing the Egyptian government as stable and he stepped up his calls for the rest of the world to explicitly condemn Mubarak, who is a close ally of the US.
Daniel 11 states that Egypt ("king of the south") is to fall by a coup (verse 25 and beyond) from internal forces, a coup that helps an end-time neo-Seleucid ruler conquer Egypt. But I have no idea whether this current uprising, on the heels, if not the wings, of the Tunisia uprising, has anything to do with the Daniel prophecy.
ElBaradei has been in house arrest:
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters poured into the streets of Egypt [today], stoning and confronting police who fired back with rubber bullets and tear gas in the most violent and chaotic scenes yet in the challenge to President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule. One protester was killed and even a Nobel Peace laureate was placed under house arrest after joining demonstrations.
...When he joined protesters Friday after noon prayers, police fired water cannons at him and his supporters. They used batons to beat some of ElBaradei's supporters, who surrounded him to protect him.
A soaking wet ElBaradei was trapped inside a mosque while hundreds of riot police laid siege to it, firing tear gas in the streets around so no one could leave. Tear gas canisters set several cars ablaze outside the mosque and several people fainted and suffered burns.
...Mubarak has not been seen publicly or heard from since the protests began Tuesday. While he may still have a chance to ride out this latest challenge, his choices are limited, and all are likely to lead to a loosening of his grip on power.
Mubarak has not said yet whether he will stand for another six-year term as president in elections this year. He has never appointed a deputy and is thought to be grooming his son Gamal to succeed him despite popular opposition. According to leaked U.S. memos, hereditary succession also does not meet with the approval of the powerful military.
It's the military that is implied in Daniel 11 as the entity to betray the Egyptian "king." And Arabs are in a wild huff these days. Where is the Mouse, the quiet anti-Christ? Is he finally ready to set out toward the Trap of Heaven? Come on Mouse, time to run across the open floor and reveal thyself. The all-seeing Elect are watching for you, small-timer with a big mouth. Hurry and gain all your rats, destroyers and pillagers all of them, and then take the cheese of Israel before you can say, SNAP!
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is the founding organization of al-Qaeda:
[The Egyptian protestors] also got a boost from the endorsement of the country's biggest opposition group, the Islamic fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood. The group called its supporters to join the protests [today]. The Brotherhood, outlawed since 1954, is Egypt's largest and best organized opposition group. It seeks to establish an Islamic state. It renounced violence in the 1970s and has since been a peaceful movement...
It made a surprisingly strong showing in 2005 parliamentary elections, winning 20 percent of the legislature's seats, but it failed to win a single seat in the latest election late last year. The vote is widely thought to have been marred, rigged to ensure that Mubarak's ruling party win all but a small fraction of the chamber's 518 seats.
There is fear that the so-called "momentum" of the Tunisia>Egypt uprisings will spread to other Muslims states. The protestors will invariably be the Muslim fundamentalists who oppose West-backed Arab governments. The anti-Christ could see this as his time to enter the stage, and to turn from a small force, as Daniel 11 paints him, into a great force via his supporters.
Meanwhile, the conclusion of the Iran-Hezbollah move in Lebanon is yet unknown, and it too is an effort against a pro-West Arab government. In Iraq, anti-American protests continue, and could get some fuel from conclusions elsewhere. Has the Restrainer removed Himself all of a sudden, from the midst of the power of lawlessness. so that it can prosper?
Late yesterday, on the topic of Egypt's current woes, I used the mouse again as a symbol of the anti-Christ. The idea occurred to me when I saw ElBaradei's full name: Mohamed Mustafa ElBaradei. For more than a year, I've been foolishly claiming that the anti-Christ will belong to a mouse-depicted bloodline. I identified the Meschins as an integral part of that bloodline. On multiple occasions, I suggested that the anti-Christ will belong to a Mousquette entity, and have repeated several times that this surname comes up when one enters "Must."
Is Mustafa ElBaradei the anti-Christ? Is he destined to attack and defeat Egypt as per Daniel 11? He certainly isn't Russian, and I don't see him as Rus in any way, though perhaps he became a high-level UN agent just because his blood belongs in-part to the Meschin>Rothschild Rus.
I don't know whether "Mustafa" is a middle name or an alternative surname. I don't know that it links to the Must/Mousquette surname. But I thought I'd mention this just in case.
He's got lots of Western influence. Whenever I hear of globalists of the Arab kind with links to London, I think Rothschild agent: "ElBaradei is married to Aida El-Kachef, an early childhood teacher. Their daughter, Laila, is a lawyer and lives in London. He attended New York University School of Law, and got a Master of Advanced Studies "degree in International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva" (webpage below).
He got involved in the UN though an Egyptian governmental job while I was still a child. He's an old guy, and moreover doesn't strike me as the anti-Christ, who I expect to be loud-mouthed. On the other hand, through his lead of the International Atomic Energy Agency, he was heavily involved with issues in Iraq, Syria and Iran. His job was to keep nuclear-weapon proliferation at a minimum, and in this respect he fits in with the Gorbachev people, and of course with Obama.
Listening to Obama yesterday on the Egyptian "crisis," it became apparent that he' decided to betray Mubarak (the Egyptian president) to whatever end the "pro-democracy" forces level at him. One can imagine that the O-team wishes for ElBaradei to gain power. For all we know, ElBaradei had received a wink from Western globalists, a year or more ago, for to enter Egyptian politics with their support backing him. "On January 27 2011, Mohamed ElBaradei returned to Egypt amid ongoing turmoil, with the biggest mass protests in 30 years. ElBaradei declared himself ready to lead a transitional government if that was the will of the nation,"
Just as the root of "Gustav" is Gust, so "Mustafa" should be a Must term with a suffix. Unfortunately, I haven't got ElBaradei's family tree. "Mustafa is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name. The name is an epithet of Muhammad that means; The Chosen One. It is a common first name throughout the Muslim world."
The question then is: does the Must/Mousquette surname derive in Saracen/Moor Muslims? I know that I trace Masseys and Meschins to Saracens/Moors of the Amazon kind. Entering "Most" brings up a Welsh clan using the Trevor Coat exactly, and the latter was linked to the Traby clan with 666-bugle horns.
AND, the Trevor Crest is a black wyvern dragon, almost the same in design as the black wyvern in the Laton Crest (for significance, search the latter surname earlier in this update page). Latons use a Massey-like Shield, trace definitely to the Latona=Leto cult of Apollo, and use a "Dread" motto term that was linked to the Graeae Amazons of north Africa.
In the Most/Mosten write-up: "At the taking of the Domesday Book in 1086 Mostyn, was held by Robert of Rhuddlan from whom they may also be conjecturally descended." Robert Rhuddlan certainly sounds Rus, and indeed he's from the Rollo/Sinclair Rus, who are traced to Saracens of north Africa. Robert is even found in the Meschin write-up: "There is also a vague relationship [of Meschins] to Robert of Rhudlan, kinsman of Duke William [the Conqueror]. Richard, descendent of William, who was an under-tenant in Shropshire in 1187."
The Latons (and Meschins) were also first found in Shropshire, and I highly suspect from the Leighton variation that Latons were Cheshire Leys/Lighs/Leghs/Leighs (Laton colors), Ligurians. Recall the Seleucid importance of the Salyes Ligurians shown yesterday, for the Sales-of-Mascy (first found in Cheshire, beside Shropshire) elements may have named Salop=Shropshire.
It was just yesterday that the scallop symbol of the Meschins was traced very solidly to Scillus and Scollis in the Elis theater wherein is found the Ladon=Selleis river. It's interesting, furthermore, that German Leys (upside-down chevron), in colors reversed to the Meschin Shield, show Elis-like Eloy/Eley/Elley variations. The black-on-gold colors of the German Eleys/Leys are the colors also of the English Elis clan, and the latter then uses white-on-black symbols (crescents, a Saracen/Muslim symbol) like the Meschins.
The Elis clan was first found in Yorkshire, where Meschins married Skiptons named "Alis/Alice." The Meschin write-up: "Ranulph, 3rd Earl of Chester, who was descended from the Viscounts of Bessin, in the Department of Calvados in Normandy, and who held the honor of Skipton, in Yorkshire, " I think the personal Arms of this Ranulf le Meschin are the same as the Ley/Leigh Coat above, suggesting a fundamental Meschin link to Elis clans...that I now trace to Leto/Alitto-like surnames in Italy.
There is also an English Eley/Ely surname that could apply. It uses fleur-de-lys in colors reversed to the Massey Coat. The Massey Crest's Pegasus is used as a unicorn by the MASTer Crest, and therein is how we can get a Massey link to the Musts and Mosts.
In fact, an hour after writing that, I got round to checking the Rhuddlan-like Rutland Coat, and there was the Massey and Master horse design (tongue sticking out) in the Crest! The Rutland horse is in Massey colors. The Roushland variation suggests linkage to the Roush/Rush Coat with white horses. I don't think it's coincidental that the Pett Crest uses a stork "legged" and among bulRUSHES while the Pett Coat (scallops, no surprise) uses mascles in Massey colors. By the time of this paragraph, the below on mascle-like surnames and links to scallop-like Scollis had been written.
Masters use a Bellamy-like Shield, and because they were first in Kent, I would link them the the Massins/Masons of Kent. The Masters use the Tolkien/Toke griffins, and the latter surname was likewise first found in Kent. The Master bar is sawtooth-like, like the Teague chevrons.
On the day that I stressed the Toker and Teague trace to Troy, it was suggested that the white horse of the Tokers was a Teucer-Trojan symbol identical to the white unicorn of the Troy surname. I repeat this because the Masters (who use a white unicorn) use a "tueri" motto term, with a vowel combination matching the "Tuareg" Amazons to which I've traced Meschins.
The Masters write-up traces to "maistre," but I think this is simpleton wrong. I would suggest the Maisey surname instead, with a dragon in Masters colors. This dragon is in quadrants, like the Massey Shield and the Massey Pegasus. The Maisy Mouse cartoon character comes to mind, and when we enter "Mayse," what do we find but a very rare mouse symbol (and another Shield in quadrants).
Mayse variations: Meisel, Misel, Meissel, Meissl, Meisl, Misl, Maisel, Meysel, Maysel, Maysl, Meysl, Meyssel. They all have l-endings, like Musselburgh of Lothian. The Mussel Coat is Meschin/MASCULine-Coat like, and the Muscel variation (of the Mussels) links the Mussels to Musselburgh because the Maskall/Keith surname was first in Haddington, where Musselburgh is located.
Again, these "Keaths" of Lothian must have furnished the Keath-like Seatons of Lothian, and the latter trace to the Say surname with a Massey-like Shield but more exactly the Laton/Leighton Shield, who in turn use a wyvern like the Trevors, who in turn use the Most Shield.
This is a good place to add that Leda of Sparta mated with a swan to form her children (Pollux, for one), and that swan can now be pegged as the proto-Ligurians of the Ladon river i.e. the proto-Ligurians after whom the Ladon river was also called, Selleis. Hence, the Salyes Ligurians appear very near, if not bang on, the swan-depicted Ligurians.
As the mouth of that river was near Scollis (linked yesterday quite solidly to Skull and Bones), I see that the Mascall surname (elephant) has a MaSCOLL variation. It could be coincidental, or formed deliberately to indicate the scallop symbol and/or it's depiction of Scylla-like entities such as Scollis.
Back to the Maisy surname, said to be of a Meisi location in Normandy but originally from Brittany. The Mosts are Welsh, suggesting their Brittany relatives. I'm mentioning this because I just entered "Musset"(perhaps the Ferte-Mace eagle in Meschin colors) to find a clan first in Brittany, and variations are very Maisy-like: Musy, Musie, Mussy, Mousy, Mousie, Moussy, Mucey... As "Musset" is a shown variation, linkage to the Musts/Mousquettes could be possible.
In the past, I've shown Meschin links to the Mousquettes via the Mitchell/Michael Coats and their obvious resemblance to the Meschin Coat. Entering "Mitch" not only brings up the Muschat surname, and is not only in Mousquette/Muskat colors, but was first found in Montfitchett/Montfiquet (Normandy), where the Gernon surname was first found. That was the surname of Ranulf le Meschin, and as you can see gold lions on red in the Gernon Coat, the gold lion on red of the Ley/Leigh Coat is indeed the colors of the personal lion of Ranulf le Meschin (Wikipedia says the colors of the Ranulf-Meschin lion are not known for certain).
The Gernons use a "cyFOETH" motto term smacking of Bavaria's Fussen/Foetes location, where we find the three-footed symbol of Sicily and of the Isle of Man. Some of you may not have read my treatment on this, but as a Manx people live on the Isle of Man, I trace the island's Lug cult to Ligurians in Manche (Normandy), where the Massey surname was first found. Ligurians and more Ligurians, they are everywhere in the Massey hunt.
It can't be coincidental that the Geron Coat (Gernon colors) uses mascles. They are in the colors of the Pett mascles, the surname with bulrushes and a stork. Recall yesterday's stork and crane topic as it ought to apply to garana-like surnames.
The proposed trace to Salyes Ligurians to Silesia calls for a look at the American-flag-like Mick Coatn (partly in Mousquette/Muskat and Mitch/Muschat colors), a surname first found in Silesia. It is said to be from Michael varaitions, and so should link to the Meschin-like Michaels/Mitchells (because I trace Meschins to king Mieszko of Poland/Silesia, said to be from a bloodline in Sardinia, where Silesia-like Sulcis is located. The Miska and Misek variations of the Micks could link, not only to "Mieszko," but to the Mitch/Muschat and Mousquette/Muskat surnames. The German Mieske/Mesech surname could also apply.
The feather in the Michael Crest looks like an ostrich feather, the symbol of the Polish Trabys and of the Tudors (the Trevor surname to which I trace "Traby" was somewhat foundational to the Tudors). Again, the Most Coat is the Trevor Coat exactly. I know for a fact that the Trevor Coat was used by a Yonge surname in Wales.
The Tudors (Wales) were linked by me to the Italian Taddei surname (Tuscany, near Liguria), the latter using a red triple chevron, the symbol of the Mitch/Muschat Coat. Cardiff, the Welsh capital on a TAFF river, uses a white-on-red triple chevron, and Tudors use a single white-on-red chevron. Did you happen to notice that the Mayse Coat above with mouse is on a bar like unto the Welsh DAFFy/David Coat? I have an aunt with a Masci and Taddei bloodline who married a Taffo. The Taff/Taffey Coat (Cottians, interior Liguria) is in the three colors of the Taddei Coat.
Now, recall the Sellicks=Seleucids, first found in Herefordshire, for the Tudor write-up says: "First found in Herefordshire, where Tudor Trevor was Lord of Hereford..."
Back to the Mustafa page, where we find the term listed in both given names and surnames. Shown surnames include "MOSTafa" and "MOUStafa," all Egyptians. Then there is also a MousTAPHA and a MusTAFA. Are we therefore talking a Masci-Taffo combination? Remember, mythical Daphne was in the Ladon river valley and in Antioch.
Back to the white horse (used also by the Masters). There's a very unusual Coat, just a white horse on a white Shield, in the Barat Coat of Normandy. I say this because of "Elbaradei." We see "Barre" and "Barry" shown as variations, evoking the barry bars/stripes, in Bury/Barrie colors, of the Micks/Miskas of Silesia. AND, after writing that, I clicked over to the Irish Baret Coat ("Baireid in Gael) to find...red and white bars!
Then, because the latter also uses fleur-de-ley in the colors of the white-on-blue stars of the American flag, note that the Must/Mousquette Shield is nearly a variation of the Washington Shield. It's said that the flag's stripes are from the Washington Coat, but I (and I think Tim too) trace them to the Bury and Berry bloodline (compare one Berry Coat to the proto-Washington Wassa surname).
Barries/Barres were first found in Angus, and the Scottish Master (no 's') motto includes "Aonghais." Then we read that the Masters "were anciently derived from members of the Clan MacInnes, who changed their name."
THEN, because the Master Crest uses a bow shot by a green-sleeved arm, it should link to the bow shot by a green-shirted man in the Alten Crest. I say this because, after viewing the Bard Coat (as per seeking ElBaradei roots), I entered "Barth" (goat wearing a green wreath) to find an "alta" motto term. The Berry-like Maud Coat comes to mind because the surname is said to be derived in Italy's "Monte Alto." The Barths were first found in BERwickshire, suggesting Berrys as founders of Berwick. In any case, the Berwick-surname bear looks like the Macey and Mackay bear.
With a Masters link to a Barad-like Barth clan, Mustafa ElBaradei might relate. It can be traced to the Bogans of Bavaria because the bow-using Altens were first in Nottinghamshire, where the Bugs surname was first found that links solidly to Bavarian Bogans (bow symbol too). Robin Hood is likely the green-shirted man in the Alten Crest, and the German Hoods were first in Bavaria. Isn't this a hoot lot of fun?
The Burys, known to be a Berry branch, were first in Devon, where the English Hoods/Hudds were first found. Arrow-using Heids were first in Bavaria, and I won't go back over why the Devon Hoods/Hudds link to the Hiedler/Hitler and Heidler surnames (because it's obvious if you spend the time to compare details).
The "Zealous" motto of the Hoods/Hudds should be code for the Seals/Seallys because they were of the Devon theater. The Salyes Ligurians?
The Bards (looks like a Leslie clan founded by Bartholomew Leslie) use a Bayard variation, and that jibes with the trace to Bavaria=Bayern. Scottish Bayers (a swine/boar, as with Bards/Bayards) were first in East Lothian, the location of Musselburgh. English Bayers use "Domus" while Scottish Bayers use "Dominus." The Arms of Edinburgh (Lothian) uses "Dominus."
I previously traced the "Nisi" motto term of the Edinburgh Arms to DioNysus elements, even to Edomite Horites, but as I stare at the central castle asking whether it was the Innes castle, my eyes fell on Innes-like "Nisi." This is not necessarily a contradiction, for I trace "Innes/Inice" to "Inachus" of Argos, but I also trace "Naxos," the island of Dionysus, to Inachus. If that reveals the Innes>Angus clan as Dionysus elements, s'okay with me.
I suppose the trace to Bayers and Bogans is to show that ElBaradei could be a Rothschild and/or Bavarian-Illuminati agent. I just turned on the news to learn that Mubarak's sons and wife are in London, and every time I see Arabs in London, I think of...you know.
The Egyptian cabinet has resigned at the request of Mubarak. Then there's this:
The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning “regime change” for the past three years, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
The American Embassy in Cairo helped a young dissident attend a US-sponsored summit for activists in New York, while working to keep his identity secret from Egyptian state police.
On his return to Cairo in December 2008, the activist told US diplomats that an alliance of opposition groups had drawn up a plan to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak and install a democratic government in 2011.
He has already been arrested by Egyptian security in connection with the demonstrations and his identity is being protected by The Daily Telegraph.
I've noticed that Fox news has every inclination to support the overthrow of Mubarak, in support of "the people."
For his part, Mubarak appointed a vice-president today, Omar Suleiman, his chief spy agent.
Axelrod sets up Obama's agenda:
In a network exclusive interview to air on Nightline tonight, we sat down this afternoon with White House senior adviser David Axelrod, the president’s closest aide, whose last day at the White House is today.
We talked about a number of issues in this exit interview, but perhaps most news-worthy were his comments on Egypt in which Axelrod suggested President Obama has for two years “directly confronted” the Egyptian president over human rights issues in order to get ahead of growing discontent among his people – a stronger characterization of President Obama’s discussions with Mubarak than we’ve so far heard from the White House.
Clearly, Obama knew that the overthrow of Mubarak was imminent, and so set himself up for it by creating the appearance of opposition to his policies. That way, he wouldn't look so much like a traitor...after giving his first Muslim-loving speech in Egypt. Obama, the phony.
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