The Washington Surname from the All-Seeing-Eye of Siemowit
Washingtons had their Nestors and Eggs at Goplo, and Goplo was founded by Jupiter and Juno
Cheshire-branch Jupiter and Juno Found as the Mother of Pontius Pilate
I Daphnetly had Some Duff Luck, and the Yonge-sters Almos Slipped Away
The Grautest Story Never Told
Caiaphas: the Covered Grails of Pontius Pillote (don't miss this)
If you have a theory as to how the rapidly-changing Middle East will play into prophetic events, good for you. My only view is that the continuing rise of Muslim radicals is not conducive to a West-friendly Muslim world where Israel is secure. I'm saying I oppose radicals, and Lord knows I wish I were a model Christian radical, but I do oppose Muslim radicals because Mohammed was never God's prophet to mankind. I'm hearing that the New Libya wants Sharia Law. The West must be playing this down because it makes it look awfully bad for bringing the New Libya to power. We shall see whether the West can influence the New-Libya outcome. I have my doubts.
Beginning in a few weeks, there will be virtually no more American soldiers in Iraq unless something drastic takes place:
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta expressed hope Monday that the United States and Iraq can soon reach agreement on a possible U.S. military training role in Iraq beyond Dec. 31, when all American troops are scheduled to depart.
Panetta's remarks contrasted with indications from a senior Obama administration official and a senior U.S. military official on Saturday that the U.S. is abandoning plans to keep any troops in Iraq past the year-end withdrawal deadline — other than about 160 troops who would be attached to the U.S. Embassy.
This update discovers Daphne behind the ancient Paeoni, and finds new reasons galore for tracing the Daphne cult to the Khyan Hyksos in particular, a trace that until now was not solid by evidence. I'm wondering on Leon Panetta, now in charge of the American military. In any case, don't miss way down below the trace of Daphne to Pontius Pilate's mother, for the Pilate line must surely rule the United States at this time, as well as the EU.
[Insert -- I received a tip from emailer Patterson telling what surname it was, that I couldn't recall, that used the Dutch-Mazur castle. It was the French Martins. By what coincidence does the Italian Massar Shield reflect the MacCabe/MacAbee Shield while both Mazur-related Martins and Martin-branch Martels were first found in Gascony??? Are not both the Martels and Macey>Massey bloodliners suspect as Maccabees, said to be named after a mace = martel = hammer? Thank You emailer Patterson (having a Martin bloodline) for that excellent news.
English Martels, using the French-Martel hammer, were first found in Essex, where English Yonges were first found, whose piles will be traced in this update to the scene of king Arthur's fatal wound in Stirlingshire (beside Perthshire), a very good finding because the Yonge piles are already tracing to Pilate's birth to a Perthshire woman. One myth writer who wrote on Arthur's death called his work, "Le Morte d'Arthur," no doubt code for MORDred and a Mort-like clan. It just so happens that English Martels are also "Mortel." If that's not enough, Pontius Pilate has already been traced to the Essex elements of King Cole. Entering "Mort(er)" brings up Motts, first found in Essex.
Perhaps the code, "Mordred," is for a red-colored Mord/Mort clan. The only one I can readily find at the moment is the Morten clan, both of their Coats using red. It just so happens that one Morten Coat uses buckles, the symbol in the French Mallot/Malette Coat (red Shield). The Mallot/Malettes smack of hammers and therefore of Martels, you see, and it just so happens that the author (of Le Morte d'Arthur) had a Malory surname.
In this picture, Malorys are suspect as a Maccabee line, and it just so happens that the closest thing yet to Pilate's mother, found far below, uses a red-on-gold lion, as does the Malory Coat. Moreover, that closest thing yet will be found from old-Cheshire elements, evoking the Mortens, first found in Cheshire...but removed to Dumfries. Then, the Malory-Crest horse head is that of the Massey/Macey horse.
If you're asking yourself which came first in the Maccabee line, the mallet or the mace or the martel, so am I? The reason I bring this up is because Pontius Pilate has been traced strongly to the Payens, who were likely a branch of Paines ("Malo mori" motto phrase linking to Malahule of More) that I trace to the MALAhule>D'Espaines line of vikings. The question is whether Malahule was named after the Mallots/Malettes (they both use red Shields).
If we follow the Morts/Motts to Mottleys, we find no Coat, but the write-up traces to Motley Hill in Rainham (Kent), the latter term's "Rain" easily linking to the Ragin-rooted Raines surname and therefore easily linking to Rollo's father, Ragnvald...who was Malahule's brother!
There is even a Rainham Coat using the three besants on blue, the same symbol as the BUCKING(ham)s that I trace to Payens/PAGANs, and to the BUCKLE symbol that we've seen twice above in this very Mort > Mallet discussion. Rainhams were first found in Forfarshire, where the closest thing yet to Pilate's mother will trace, far below. I can tell you up front that the mystery surname will trace somewhat to Buch-related Duncans, first found in Forfarshire, beside Perthshire.
English Mallots/Mallets have this write-up: "The name Mallot is also derived from the given name Malo, a popular form of the name of Saint MaCLOVIUS [caps mine], the 6th century Welsh monk who gave his name to the church of Saint Maclou in Rouen." It's possibly here for "MacLovius" to have been "MacClovius" too, and then my trace to McLeods/McClouds to the Clode-like variations of king Clovis is made possible by this surname. Note that a Clovis-related surname linked to Mallets can make the Mallet=Martel argument.
As per possible connections with Hawtys, to be introduced below, the English Mallot motto uses "haut," and the Jenkin/Junken motto uses "caute." It just so happens that Duncans are also "Junkan. The Yonge piles will trace to the location (Stirlingshire) of Arthur's mortal wound as per the Guiscard piles, because Guiscards were first found in Stirlingshire. But Guiscards were from Tankervilles and Hautevilles, and Hawty-like Hawthorns; the cinquefoils of the Hawthorns and Tankervilles are then in the Duncan/Junkan Coat! There's a lot of dirty fodder there for future use. It's very much as though the Yonge / Jung trace to the mother of Pontius Pilate involves the Duncans/Junkans...and by the time of this insert, Duncans had already been stressed below.
Read and learn where no man has ever gone before, realizing that Israelites just before and after the time of Jesus, those who had been dispersed by God's demolition of Jerusalem at 70 AD, were part Scots of the Caledonian kind. This has got to be the reason that Freemasons are infatuated with British- and European-Israelism. It could just be that, after 70 AD, many Jerusalemites linked to Pharisees had reverted back to Scotland or other places in Europe. In this picture, I could be dead wrong for excluding Israelites and Jews from the body of Freemasonry. BUT, that does not deter me from tracing non-Israelite Hebrews to Templarism's many branches.
Tim just sent in, after most of this update was done, a list of Rose-clan septs, and there in the Coat was a chapeau, symbol of Bidens/Buttons, and of the Italian Capelli. This update discovers with undeniable evidence that the two mainline elements of Freemasonry -- the Goplo Poles and Hungarian Arpads -- trace to Juno and Jupiter between the Kupa and Una river. That place was the common string for the Poles and Hungarians, wherefore the chapeau symbol of the Capelli should be related to the Goplo side. See the evidence in the paragraph below.
The Fairleighs, listed as a sept of Roses, are shown alongside many Far terms, and then the only three Ph-versions use PHAIR. It may suggest that Pharisee lines were also Fairs and Phairs. It's especially Pharisee-interesting that Phairleighs/Fairleys use a "Paratus" motto term, smacking of the two Yonge motto terms (discussed below) that trace to priests of the Prude and Praet(er)/Pratt kind. The Phairleighs/Fairleys even use the Bradd/Bratt lion head that becomes an Apachnas-important topic far down below. In this picture, the "Paratus" motto term starts to look like code for Bradds/Bratts too.
It just so happens that the German Rose surname, first found in Silesia, uses a Shield that is essentially the English Yonge Coat! Tim didn't say anything about that, meaning that this Rose topic looks like a tip from the Spirit of God once again from Tim. And wait till you see what else was obtained from Tim last night (it's Monday morning as I write, the day this update is due). Tim also sent in the Rolph Coat (water bougets) to show that their symbols link to Scottish Roses (a lyre, likely code for the Leirs), and for me the Rolphs look like Rollo-liner, raven-depicted vikings.
It's known that one Rose clan lived where the Ross clan lives, at Ross-shire and area, and it can therefore be expected that Yonges, being of the Hungarian Almos line, should be amongst the Ross clan (that I say was founded from Andrew I of Hungary). I see that French Roses use the same Shield essentially as German Roses, but adding gold-on-silver stars, same as the Leir surname, traced in the last update to Ulm's proto-Hungarians. So phar, so good.
The Scottish Roses were first found in Nairnshire (Ross-shire area), and so checking the Nairn Coat, there were quatrefoils in the colors of the Ayer and Hayer quatrefoils, not forgetting that the robes painted on Almos, in his Wikipedia article, look like quatrefoils. The Nairn quatrefoils are on a wreath that looks too Roman, and moreover the wreath is called a "chaplet," smacking of the chapeau...that is now tracing on two counts to the proto-Goplo elements between the KUPA and Una rivers...where proto-Romans had lived. I'm not going to show you the map now because it will spoil the surprise. You'll just have to read the update to find out how it links to Goplo.
We are seeing that, just as with the Yonges, the Roses show both their Hungarians and Goplo sides. As it has seemed to me that these two entities combined to form Freemasonry, by what coincidence is it that Roses should play a part, the symbol of Rosicrucians?
The Nairn chaplet=wreath, and the quatrefoils too, look like they're made of linden leaves, likely code for Lindos on Rhodes. As we saw that the Roses and Yonges both use red roses, so too the Scottish Linden/Linton Coat. By now, way below, there was a super discovery involving Lindos elements to proto-Pepins, and it just so happens that both the Goplo and Ulm elements have already traced to Pepin Merovingians. I did trace Merovingians proper to the Ross-shire / Moray theater, and I did trace the Salian side of Merovingians to "Silesia," where German Roses were first found. But I had also traced proto-Merovingians to Redones and Rhodes. So phar, still so good, and Roses are looking Merovingian.
The Scottish Lindon/Linton Crest is an eagle with an acorn. An acorn is the fruit of an oak tree, and I trace the oak tree to Joktan elements (non-Israelites Hebrews) that founded Occitania...in the Redone theater. Although the Nairn page shows no Crest symbol, there is a description of the Nairn Crest (at the "chaplet" link above): "A trunk of an oak tree sprouting leaves." Then, the "Sero sed serio" motto of the Nairns smacks of Seir Horites=Edomites, and I now think everything red out of Rhodes was Edomite, not forgetting that Merovingians trace to king Merops of Kos, an island near Rhodes.
The oak theme of the Nairns above is seems miraculous, because I finally got to an old email from Tim last night, in the same hour that I had opened his Rose email leading to PHAIRleighs and FAIRleys. Tim was asking about a "Goff's oak," whether it could link to "Goeth's Oak." I had no answer for him...until I saw the oak stump in the Rose-related Nairn surname. It just so happens that "Goeth's Oak" (BUCHENwald, Germany) had been cut down so that it was also Goeth's oak stump. Amazingly, by the time of this insert, many Buch-like terms had been investigated (details below), and linked to the mother of Pontius Pilate, and to Herod lines out of Dauphine (Redone theater again).
One wonders how "Gofair" developed as play...on what? As part-play on GOPlo elements? If so, couldn't we expect Goplo-like "Gavil" or Gofair-like Gavril terms? What about Gavril Radomir, the Hungary-related character that was instrumental in tracing proto-Hungarians to the Pavia/Papia theater not many updates ago. Dutch Gavils show "Gavre" and "Gafert" variations. The English Gavil Coat just happens to show pheons, and a stag in Crest that could be the stag of German Jungs. The Gavil pheons are even colors reversed to the Yonge-Chief rings...of the Yonge Coat using piles! REMEMBER that I had gone out of my way to indicate the white-on-blue colors of Gavril Radomir, the colors of the Pilate pheons.
[Both the The Gavil-like Capelli and Cavallo surnames were first found in Ferrara, the place to which I traced the Pharisee line. And I've discovered that "Caiaphas" was named after the Chaves surname. Therefore, keep an eye out for the so-called "covered grails" below of a clan that is no doubt related to Pontius Pilate. By the way, Gabriels/Gabellos were also first found in the Ferrara theater.
It just so happened that the Goff/Goffert/Goffin surname uses the Hawty/Awty talbots exactly, but in colors reversed. By last night, the Hawty surname had been introduced for the first time ever, in this update, as a possibly surname developed from Sigrid the Haughty, daughter of Mieszko I. The Hawty talbots suggested that the line Mieszko's daughter had linked to the Halls (use roughly the same talbots) and therefore to the Norwegian Hallands/Hollands...who I think were Danes of the Rollo-line relations.
Fortunately, I took the time to load the Gopher/Gofer/Gover Coat, and there was what I'm assuming is Andrew's Cross (= Scottish flag) with blood drops. Not only do the Yorks and Malcolms/MalCALLAMs use Andrew's cross in colors reversed, but the Yorkshire HALLAMs/Hallands use blood drops on their "Cappeo lion."
The Goffs use white-on-blue boars, and so I'm seeing the Fairs>Veres here, and the blue Vere boar in colors reversed. The Rollo Coat uses a blue boar too, not likely by coincidence. BUT LOOK: the Gophers write-up traces to "GoFAIR." It suggests a root in the Fairs. That's two Phair- and Fair-related emails from Tim, opened back-back, leading to clans that have already been identified with the Pharisee bloodline. Might this reveal that Pharisee elements had been in the line to Mieszko, and/or linked to his "Haughty" daughter's descendants?
Prior to his marriage to a princess from Andrew's Hungarian court, Malcolm III (Duncan dynasty) had been married to Ingibiorg of Halland. Her first marriage had been to Thorfinn Sigurdsson. At the latter's article (accessed from Ingibiorg link), we find this sentence that I can't fully understand, saying that Thorfinn was: "One of five brothers (with Brusi, Sumarlidi and Einar), and Hvelp sons of Earl Sigurd Hlodvirsson by his marriage to the daughter of Malcolm II of Scotland." Who's marriage to a daughter of Malcolm II??? In any case, at the article of Malcolm II, we find: "...the Prophecy of Berchan [sound mythical, double-speak myth codes to be expected] says that [Malcolm's] mother was a woman of Leinster and refers to him as Mael Coluim Forranach, 'the destroyer'"
The "destroyer" nothing. It's double-speak, referring in reality to the Phairleigh/Fairley clan that shows a few FARIN variations. As Phairleighs/Fairleys were a sept of red-rose Roses, so we find red roses in the Coat of the Forrans, said to be from "FURANain."
The quote above sounds as though Thorfinn had been a son of Sigurd HLODVIRsson, smacking of "Clodvis," or "Clovis. It just so happens that: "Sigurd Hlodvisson (circa 960–23 April 1014), popularly known as Sigurd the Stout, was Earl of Orkney." That is, Ingibiorg of Halland married the raven-depicted vikings, and did you note that, in the quote, "Hlodvir(sson)" had become "HLODVIS(son)"? The article even mentions the "Raven Banner" that was his symbol, but now we have reason to trace raven-depicted vikings to king Clovis (a "sacred" Merovingian). Everything in Freemasonry is tracing to Merovingians, but I'm not forgetting that I identify the raven vikings with Rollo-line Danes, sacred to Templar pirates and other human aberrations that didn't come to control the world's banking system by keeping nine-to-five honest jobs.
You may have gleaned above that the Phairleighs were of the Ferrari>Fergus line of Veres that I had traced in the last update to the (proto)Pharisee priesthood. It can be proven. I happened to marry a Dutch woman with a Burg-like surname, and for that reason I repeatedly mentioned to my sons that her surname uses triple-red chevrons on gold (no longer shown at houseofnames.com). It just so happens that the Dutch Halland Coat uses the same triple chevron, and as evidence that Hallands were Rollo-line Sinclairs, the English Clare Coat uses the same chevrons again. In fact, both the Dutch Hallands and Clares use stag heads.
The colors of these triple chevrons are used by the cross of the Irish Burghs, and in their write-up the Burghs are traced to Strongbow Clare. The Burgh cross is used in colors reversed by the Dutch Lindens, and then the Lindons that were shown above with the Rose-clan roses were first found near Haddington (home of the Keiths) in Lothian, Lothian being where the Sinclairs were first found.
We are therefore on the Rhodian line to the Templar / Rosicrucian Rus, mainline thieves of the world still stealing as best they can. The point to bring home here is that the Rollo line was traced strongly to the line of Pontius Pilate, and Pilates were first found in BURGundy, the place to which I trace Burgs.
Moreover, the evidence will build in tracing Pontius' Pilate's line to the Pharisee line, and so I ask why the Ferrari lion is used by Spanish Clares. Later in this update, we will see the Keiths of East Lothian tracing to the clan that is thus-far (as of the end of this update) traced most-closely to the mother of Pontius Pilate, traced equally well as the trace of Yonges to her.
To prove further that Clares were of the Rose clan, itself of the Yonge clan, the Yonges will be linked shortly in this update to the Traby line of Tudor Trevor. Five white ostrich feathers, the symbol of the Crest in the Arms of Traby, is found in the Irish Clare Crest (in the colors of Spanish Clares), meaning simply that Strongbow Clare of Pembroke (Wales) was a Traby>Tudor entity.
Again, it is suspect that the Yonge motto terms are codes for Pharisee lines.
If anyone wants to really give this subject the screws of investigation, one suggestion is to copy the Coats of relatives side-by-side, and then have them printed on pages that can be seen at a glance for future reference. I work almost wholly on memory, and often it fails me. Some elaborate and well-organized system of printed pages, making it easy to make further links, would be a boon. Below the printed images, one can indicate in what updates the Coat links were made...because it will allow you to access more info on the surnames of concern, just when you need it, should you want to dig into them. This is a job for the scientist type.
The Clovis-Merovingian bloodline is suspect in the Close/Clovse surname (in Botter colors), but now the raven king, son of HLODVIS, may also trace to that clan. It uses a spur centrally, and the spur just happens to trace smack to the theater of the Roses. Kilpatrick-branch Butteri was in a Closeburn location (Dumfries). Later in the update, the Dumfries geography will be investigated, and it will be that investigation that finds the closest thing yet to Pontius Pilate's mother. End Insert]
In the last update, a few spurs came up, possibly code for a Spur-like surname and not at all what I claim, symbol for the Butteri-Latin cowboys. However, a few months ago it had been shown that the Spurr surname uses the Italian Botter bend, and, like the Botter bend, a central lone star. I'm not sure how to explain it; it's as though the Spurr surname developed out of the Botter spur symbol.
The Botter star is in the colors of the Callus/Cole and Kyle stars, and the Botter (and Spurr) bend is in the color of the Pilate pheons. The Callus/Cole pheon is colors reversed to the Pilate pheons. The first part of this update seeks more details on the Pontius-Pilate trace to Caledonians of the Callus/Cole kind.
These colors matches are not in my opinion coincidental because spur-using clans can be traced to Pollux and Leda from the Ladon river, who had been the Leto and Apollo cult of Lydia, who were the Pelops>Atreus line of Pisidians ..that is suspect for founding Pylos in Pisa and Pylos in Messene. It just so happens that the wife of Pelops in Pisa was named, "horse woman," i.e. "Hippodamia." We may therefore get the impression that the Butteri trace back to Pisa, and indeed the Butteri were in Tuscany (i.e. as is another Pisa), and moreover Botters were first found in Lucca, smacking of Lycians that were of the Apollo cult too, and living beside/in Pisidia.
In the last update, evidence turned up that the line to Pontius Pilate was from in Pylos. That is, "Pylos" was the entity that named Pilates. If the trick is to use that info to discover whether or not Pilate was from Scottish Caledonians, then it's necessary to trace Pylos elements to Scotland, and since Pylos elements were the golden-fleece bloodline, the trace can be made by various methods.
It just so happens that in this update, a line to the Pilate-related Caledonians, that of the Yonges, is via the Goplo Poles and Ulm Hungarians, two topics that became large only recently. How can that be coincidental? How can it not be Direction from God? But what does He want us to know?
It was necessary, it seems, to first discover, as it was in the last update, that the heart of Freemasonry traces both to Ulm in the Baden part of Germany, and to the Mouse-Tower region of lake Goplo in Poland (near Gniezno, named by the Goplanie. Here it can be considered that Poles, beside Lithuanians and Latvians, already smack of the Leto-Apollo and Leda-Pollux cults. If Pilates trace well to Poland, and thus far they have, we may even trace Pylos elements to the very naming of the Poles.
Later below, there is a compelling theory arrived to and presented: that Pontius Pilate was a direct relative of Valerius Gratus. It can be shown, and will be again below, that Valerius was from Massa(r) = Maccabee elements out of Lucca, a city smacking of the Polish Lechs that are lumped into Polish foundations. In this picture, Lucca may have been founded/named by Poland's Lecks, and they may have settled the Pisa theater just because other Lycians, in the form of Ligures, were already there. Or, Lecks may have originated in Lucca.
The spur is used also by the Dingwall Coat. Dingwall was the capital of Ross-shire at one time. I had traced the Dingwall fleece symbol to Atrebates in Hampshire, but that was before I knew of the Butteri line to Hampshire's Botters and Bidens/Buttons. The Dingwall trace to ATREbates was due to my finding that the golden fleece was a symbol of the Pelops>ATREus line.
I've never emphasized a Butter-like term to be part of that Pelops fleece line. However, the fleece was identified as the Laz Caucasians living in the very area (Kutaisi, Georgia) where Jason's Argonauts removed the fleece. As Pelops was a king of Lydia, it was my impression that the Laz>Lydian (or Lydian>Laz) line was the representation of the golden fleece. The Butteri may have been the Bats who lived in Georgia beside/amongst the Lazi. I am more sure that Butteri had been the Boiotians as they developed into the "Sparti," and indeed the same Sparti dragon had been located by the myth writer(s) in Kutaisi. That dragon of Kutaisi even protected the golden fleece.
Therefore, you can join me in viewing the Butteri of Hampshire as the Sparti dragon, the Boiotians that had become the Atreus>Menelaus Spartans. How these peoples arrived to Dingwall is a mystery to me, but what I can add is that the Spurr-Coat garbs look like the ones in the English Gobelin Coat, and although variations of that surname vary significantly, the clan was first found in Hampshire. Gobel(in)s have recently traced to Goplo, and there is a way to trace Dingwall to Goplo by what was discovered in the last update, that Goplo Poles were the same peoples as the Ulm Hungarians. In fact, both peoples were found to be Merovingians, and for years previous, I had traced Moravian-branch Merovingians to Moray, smack beside Ross-shire. Therefore, the impression is that Dingwall was a Merovingian capital of Ross-shire.
Royal Hungarians ended up, says me anyway, in Ross-shire. The stag in the Dingwall Crest suggests that Hungarians ruled Ross-shire along with the spur-line peoples implied by the Dingwall spur. We just saw evidence that a Spurr-related clan, that looks very Goplo-ish, was in golden-fleece Hampshire. Did you notice that the Spurr Coat shows two solid signs of linkage to Leirs and Lures, both of which trace (without doubt) to Hungarians at Ulm? Dingwall therefore appears to have been a center of that Goplo-Ulm alliance/relationship, and to that we may add the Mieszko trace I've long made to Mackays and/or MacHeths of Moray and Ross-shire.
The "Yonger," "Yong," and "Aberdeen" terms in the Dingwall write-up also suggest Hungarians, especially Leslies of Aberdeen who use a bend in colors reversed to the Botter and Spurr bends. But I don't forget that Scottish Yonges use piles, suggesting for me that Yonges had merged with the Pilate bloodline in Scotland. You may wish to disagree with my pile=Pilate equation, but then you should read recent updates that explain the matter.
It just so happens that Yonges in themselves will figure below as an Ulm-Goplo alliance/relationship. But before going on, I'd like to present an idea just occurring now: heraldic piles look like the fangs of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Why should teeth-like symbols be "piles," when piles are cylindrical-shaped objects like pillars / columns? It just so happens that it was the teeth of the dead Boiotian dragon of Ares that came back to life to form the Sparti on the one hand, and the dragon of Colchis that protected the golden fleece on the other. To me, this means that those teeth were the Pelops>Pylos line...just because tooth-like symbols are called, piles.
In the last update, Yonges happened to trace to the Turul-Hawk entity that was myth code for Almos, patriarch of Hungarians, and himself code for Ulm. But, if you're still doubting the Polish nature of Dingwall, three spur-using clans, the Akis/Acherson, the Mickles of Liddesdale, and the Liddells of Liddesdale, all traced (in the last update) to the Mieszko Poles. Mieszko was of, and ruled, Silesia, and yet Gallus Anonymous traced his ancestry to Goplo.
The white-on-red fleur-de-lys is not only used by the Massey-branch Mieszkos, but by the Liddels...and the Litts...first found in Silesia! How useful is that for tracing "Mickle" even better to Miecislaw, the Polish version of "Mieszko"?
Aside from gleaning that Litts and Liddels were some part of the Laz fleece line (Lithuanians come to mind, who had a Lada goddess), a major point now is my old trace of "Salian" Franks -- a major part of Merovingians -- to "Silesia." The fleur-de-lys was, after all, a Merovingian invention, and as I traced that invention to Lille, it doesn't seem coincidental that the fleur-de-lys in the Arms of Lille is in the very colors of the Litt fleur. One can also glean here that the same peoples who named the Lys river near Lille also named Lusatia, at Silesia.
You will see below Washington's all-seeing eye in the Goplo area, in a town smacking of mythical Siemowit...who is shown at Wikipedia with lattice on his stockings, symbol also of the Wassa-like Wisharts/Guiscards. You will also see a Wis-like motto term in a clan that is without doubt named after Goplo elements. You will see Washington bedrock in the Mieszko Poles, the Merovingians at Goplo. It explains why the French Freemasons gave America her statue of "liberty." Liberty to paganize the nation degree after degree. The Freemason mystery is becoming smaller, yet the global dragon has never been larger.
The German Gobel write-up traces to the "name for a maker or dealer of 'goblets' or 'tankards,'" which for me is code for the Tancred>Guiscard line...and possibly for the pagan holy grail. After all, the Gobel Coat uses fish (in the last update, these fish were traced to the fleur-using Bush clan with a super revelation on Bush roots). As it turned out, the Goplo-like clan (i.e. "Gallup") with Wis-like motto term linked to the Yonges of Wales / Cheshire, the ones that I've long-traced to Traby Poles...with 666-like bugle strings.
From whom did the Yonges get their piles, we would like to know. I would like to know whom they merged with in Scotland that may have been the Caledonia-Pilate line. The Priestly and Praet / Prude/Prat topic near the end of the last update coincided with the Ferrari>Fergus topic that discovered the Pharisee line in Scotland, and it just so happens that early in this update, Scottish Yonges are a topic who use this motto: "Roberi prudentia praestat." It suggests that Yonges link to both the Pilate and Pharisee line.
The Latto/Latter Coat (Ayrshire) uses piles in colors-reversed to Yonge piles. We can assume that Lattos/Latters are part of the "tankards" of the Gobel write-up, and therefore part of the Litts and Liddels of Goplo elements. I linked "Latter" to the "Latter Day Saints" code of Mormons, partly because Mormons baptized Rollo of the Saint=Sinclair surname, and partly because piles are used also by Guiscards...i.e. of the Rollo line. If that traces Mormons / Moors to the Laz dragon of Ares, there is probably a Moravia reason for it.
The "sanitas" motto term of the Liddels (spurs) caught my eye as code for the Saint/Sinclair surname, for the latter's Crest uses the same rooster as the Crest of the Akis'/Achersons (spurs). In the last update, Liddels were identified with Ladds, but in this update it dawned on me that the wavy Ladd fesse is used by the MacCabes/MacAbees (in Arran, beside Bute) who in turn appear to use a version of the Massar Coat, the latter being a surname first found in Lucca. To no surprise, Ladds and Liddels appear to be of golden-Fleece Lydians to Latins, but then the Ares dragon in Boiotia that protected the fleece line smacks of Arran and Bute! (Forgive, in the last two updates I spelled "Arran" as "Arras").
The Saint surname has been traced (by me) to Saintes, France, named after Santones Gauls living beside the Lemovices Gauls of Limousin. We can be sure, therefore, that we are dealing there with the Sintians of Lemnos. We can be fairly sure that the Saint/Sinclair rooster is code for a Galli=Gaul entity/clan, as per "gallina" being a chicken/rooster in Italian. In fact, the German Gall/Gallus Coat uses the same rooster design, now black-on-gold, the colors of the Koppel/Coppel rooster...that traces to "Goplo."
The point here starts with some repetition: the Galli in Anatolia were satanic priests of the Kabeiri Hebrews, and these Galli were, in all likeliness, the Halybes that had a KHALDi tribe very trace-able to the CALEDonians of Scotland. And, entering "Gall" brings up the Callus/Cole/Aul clan that I say was the Pilate bloodline. The sacred island of Hephaestus was Lemnos, and he was leader of the Kabeiri cult and therefore we expect his Galli priests in the Limousin and Saintes parts of Gaul. We could therefore expect those priests to enter the Saint/Sinclair bloodline, and we can moreover follow the Galli wherever we find the Sinclair rooster. To no surprise, Galli priests should be found in the Koppel and Akis/Acherson Poles...that is to say, at Goplo. Remember, the Goplanie were also GOLpeani.
I can't get the all-seeing eye of the Goplo region out of my head as I write here. It's making me feel sick as I realize that "Goplo" was at one time more like "Goplo," evoking "gallup." It reminds of the Gallup polls taken, not only to monitor the states of elections, but to influence them. The Gallup poll was founded by George Gallup (born Iowa). I then loaded the Gallup surname to find the Mackesy / Mackie lion, a good piece of evidence already for a trace to Mieszko elements at Goplo. The Kells/Kelds of Hampshire use the Mackesy lion too, but then the Kells/KELDS also use the Callus/Cole/Aul stars!!! REMEMBER, PIAST the Wheelwright was surnamed KOLODjiez" by Gallus Anonymous.
I feel frightened at this. The Gallups are making me feel sick. I feel world-control like control with an iron hand. I've already caught glimpse of Gallup links to the Bavarian Illuminati. The Koppel surname was first found in Nuremburg, Bavaria, and then Gallups use "wyse" in the motto, smacking of the Weis/Wise surname first found in Bavaria, and of the "Jew," Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian Illuminati. It smells bad, and it seems to include the executioner of Jesus Christ.
Although Yonges are emphasized below (in an investigation on their Pilate roots) apart from emphasis on the Gallups, it turned out that Gallups, when they were investigated further below, linked to Yonges, in particular to the Yonges that I've long known to be a branch of Traby Poles suspect as a 666-loving family.
In the last update, Yonges were found to use rings (Illuminati symbol) in colors reversed to Hogens, and the latter had been traced to the Turul hawk of Hungarian-Ulm elements. I hadn't focused on the German Hogen Coat when I made that trace, and in fact, I didn't really look at the German Hogen/Hoger Coat until now. It uses three arrows that I identify with the three Kabar/Khazar tribes that went into making the Hungarians, and then it also uses goat heads as symbol, I am sure, for the BOOFima > BAPHomet cult that traces to "BAVaria," and to Baugh / Bough (pronounced Bawf) terms thereof. German Hogens were first found in Bavaria too, and they smack of Bavarian Bogens using a bow (for arrows). In fact, Hogens are in blue and white, the colors of the Bavarian lozenges that were adopted from the Wittelsbachs of Bavaria, who themselves acquired them from Bogens.
AHA! The Hoger variation of Hogens smacks of the Augers, the latter being the surname instrumental for initially tracing (starting around the 4th update in August) proto-Hungarians to Euganeo (Padova). The AHA part is for "Auger" smacking of "Ugor" (!!!), the Finno-Ugrian root of the Hungarians. In fact, "Hungary" is said to derive in "On-Ogur," conveniently said to mean, "ten arrows." You can bet your best copper-colored horse that these arrows were code for Hungarian Hussians, not neglecting that the first Bauer-Rothschild (Illuminati-suspect) started his career of wealth in Hesse. Entering "Huss" brings up the Hesse surname, and entering "Hussian" gets the Hessian surname.
Rothschilds use arrows too, and the Washington all-seeing-eye is often traced by others to Rothschilds.
NOW WATCH. Goplo is in Gniezno county, and so is the location of Witkowo. The "kowo" part is a suffix so that "WIT" is the root of the term, which can only be the meaning of mythical SiemoWIT, Nazi entity and son of Piast Kolodziej. The Arms of Witkowo use the ALL-SEEING-EYE inside a PYRAMID, smacking too much of the all-seeing-eye in the Great Seal of the United States.
Moreover, the all-seeing-eye of Horus was merged in Egypt with the Uat/Buto cult, and so my trace of "Uat" to the White / Hwit surnames is proving correct in the Witkowo all-seeing-eye alone. Trust your dragon slayer here at tribwatch, so long as God carries his work to you. There is danger in the air, but fortunately, there is another Dragon Slayer who wants to have a little talk with those who murdered Him 2,000 years ago.
You can read in the Weis/Wise write-up that the term means, "white." It should explain why Wassas use a white Zionist star.
I'm spying Nazi bedrock here in the Goplo region. The administrative district of Witkowo has a Skorzecin location smacking of Otto Skorzeny, the Hitler-ite who gave a deathbed confession that president George Herbert Walker Bush was born of a Nazi spy-family infiltrating the United States (see 4th update in April for chilling details). I don't believe in such claims lightly, but I believe in that one heavily.
One heraldic website I've often quoted (don't know where it is now) reveals that the Bogen lozenges transferred to the WITtelsbach lozenges, and the latter surname seems applicable to "Witkowo." However, in the past, I traced Wittelsbachs to the Hungarian capital, suggesting a Witkowo link to Hungarians. It just so happens that Siemowit's son, Lestko, smacks of Leslies that are supposed to have been Hungarians, though in the last update they came out looking like Mieszko Poles.
I sense that the link between Hungarians and Poles was Moravia elements. From the Litt write-up: "Alternatively, the name may be derived from 'Littau,' the name of a town in Moravia." Below, we'll see how the Litt write-up uses code for a trace to Mieszko Poles, as they should, but also to Yonges = Hungarians.
Note that while Wittels use talbots, the Weis Coat uses the French-Talbot and German-T(h)all bend. Was I correct in the last update when suggesting that the Nazi Thule Society traces to Thalls = Talbots?
Gallus Anonymous gave the father of Piast Kolodziej as Choscisko, and the "cis" part of that term has already been identified with the Kiss, Kissane, Kissinger, and Akis surnames. But today I find a Kiszkowo location likewise in Gniezno. The Gniezno article tells that Gniezno was "One of the Piasts' chief cities...Mieszko I might have moved the capital to Gniezno..." I'm not sure how to read the Malachowo-Zlych Miejsc location in Witkowo, but it does smack of Mieszko. The article also mentions that the city of Plock (Massovia) was a Piast city, and I trace Plock to Scottish Pollocks/Polks, a Maxwell=Butteri sept first found in the same Borderlands region as the Yonges.
The Scottish-Yonge write-up doesn't give the clan's specific location in the Borderlands, but I know that Poles congregated there. The black Yonge piles in combination with their gold rings are in the colors of the Traby bugles, and then we read that Yonges were a "Strathclyde-Briton family." I had traced "Strath" to "struthios," the Greek for "ostrich," and the Traby Crest's five white ostrich feathers are precisely the key that allowed me to link Trabys to Yonges of Wales (explained below). I had traced the ostrich to the German term for "Austria," and it just so happens that German Yonges/Jungs were first found in Austria.
The Strath Coat, like the Maxwell Crest and Young/Jung Coat, uses a stag, symbol of Hungarian ancestry. The Straths were first found in Aberdeen (where Hungaro-Polish Leslies congregated), and later settled Perthshire, where Drummonds (more Hungarians) were first found. There was a branch of so-called "Strathclyde Drummonds."
The Struthers motto even uses a hawk as code for the Turul hawk, I assume, and yet other indicators point to Poles. You may know of Sally Struthers who played the wife of "meat head," the Polock in "All in the Family." It so happens that "gloriam" is a Struther's motto term. The Struthers Coat uses lattice (Siemowit symbol), and a gold on blue bend like the Thalls and Talbots. Remember, a Siemens organization was pro-Hitler during WW2.
The theory here is that the Traby ostrich links to Struthers and Straths. I kid you not that these two surnames were looked up only after I had suggested the Traby-Yonge link. It just so happens that while Yonges use the motto phrase, "prudentia praestat," that is Pharisee suspect, Struthers use, "AcciPITER praedam" (caps mine to indicate "praeter"). In the translation, "prey" is used. In fact, the translation is: "When the hawk sees it's prey, we rejoice." It smacks of the mythical hawk that was Horus, and his all-seeing-eye that was in ancient times considered to be the eye of a hawk.
Therefore, SiemoWIT in Witkowo, as well as the lattice-using Struthers, were indeed of the Uat all-seeing-eye cult, and the Turul hawk that is the ancestry of Almos is likewise suspect as an all-seeing-eye cult, explaining why Ulm and Goplo elements were the same peoples or at least allied/merged.
In the last update, two white ostriches were mentioned, one in the Carrick Crest (Coat uses talbots!). The topic happened to be on the Kerrick link to priestly elements such as Prestbury and the Priestly/Presley surname. There was also a white ostrich found in Farris/Fergus Coat (Galloway!) during a trace of Farris-like clans to "Pharisee."
Uat is going on here? Pharisees were ostrich-using clans, and therefore in Austria's Yonge clan? YES, for even in the last update, while linking the Peter surname to pater=father=priest terms, there was a white ostrich found in a Peter Crest...the Coat of which uses mascles. And by what other ostrincidence is it that the English Farris Coat is a red lion, the color of the Yonge-Crest lion? Were Yonges a part of the Pharisee line? I am ready to say, YES! The all-seeing-priests, and the all-controlling praeters.
[INSERT (Washington topic continues afterward) -- After making that Peter link to Yonges, it was realized that the Peter lion, black on gold, is not only in the colors of the English Sam/Sammes lion that I link to the Welsh Jones/Johanna/Jonas lion (because both use blood drops), but in colors reversed to the lion of the Welsh John Yonge Coat (greyhound in Crest). You're going to have to trust that the latter lion is that of a Tudor-related John Yonge, or else see if you can find it online (where I got it). It's the same Coat as the Welsh Tudor-Trevor surname, and that's how I linked Yonges long ago to (Trevor-related) Trabys. (Tudors used ostrich feathers too.)
[The day after writing this insert, the German Hungar Coat was found with nothing but a greyhound (!) with chain around its neck. There is a Czech Hungar Coat too, using a lion in the same white-on-red colors as the greyhound, the colors of the Bohemian lion. Bohemia was in Czechoslovakia...beside Moravia that traces to the Khazar/Mures side of Hungarian ancestry.
Remember here that a white two-tailed lion was just linked to the Ulman lion, and that the Bohemian lion is a white two-tailed lion. It suggests that Yonges trace, once again, to Almos-based Hungarians. However, we may also be reading in the chain symbol that Polish Chaine/Chenay elements can be expected amongst Hungarians too, thus presenting a theory that the common thread between Goplo Poles and Almos Hungarians was the Khyan bloodline.
[Earlier, the Hoger variation of the Hogens was traced to "Ugur" and "On-Ogur." Immediately after saying that, the German Hessians and Hungarian Hussians were brought up. As with "Hus" bringing up Hessians, so German Hungars were first found in Hesse, a point that should prove relevant to the goings-on of the first Rothschild, whose banking business swelled in Hesse-Cassel. The growing suspicion is that Hussians were Khyan Hyksos, and that the first Bauer=Bower Rothschild was smack in that picture. Later in the update, Hogers are enlarged upon significantly, but I don't want to spoil the surprise here. End Insert]
The Jones/Johanna and Sam/Sammes surnames play into "Biblical" Jonathan, pagan Levite priest, described below, but can be assumed to link to John Yonge. What this tends to do is to trace the Jonathan-Hyksos priesthood to John Yonge. It's exactly the sort of thing expected of the Yonge motto. The Trevor write-up tells of a Trevor location in DENbigh (Wales), where the Jones/Johanna surname was first found.
As I trace "Trevor" to "Traby" using a 666-like formation in bugles that are likewise black and gold, what about the Trevor Crest being the Drake wyvern dragon looking as thought the shape of its tail may have been drawn as a secret 666? Although the two wyverns are not identical, there's an axe in the Drake Crest that should link to the axes in the Welsh John/Jones Coat. Do the axes not smack of what I call the Jonathan-Hyksos cult?
The John-Yonge and Tudor-Trevor lion is gold (on an ermined Shield), and so was the lion of the Egyptian lion goddess, Bast. She was also WADjet and so "Uat" for short (Watts use an all-seeing-eye). The Trevors are said to have been of a Wittington location, and entering "Witting," there was a large gold leopard head on an ermined Shield. There is a Wittington Coat using an "aude" motto term. We get it now. That the Wittington Crest is a goat while Wittings use a leopard suggests that the Boffima>Baphomet cult traces back to Uat/Buto. As I trace "Traby" to "Derby(shire)," so the Wittingtons were first found in Derbyshire...beside northern Wales, where Danaan-like Denbigh is located.
As the Jonathan-Hyksos cult is linked to pharoah Khyan, by what coincidence do we find three gold-on-blue besants in the Witting Coat? The Bucking(ham)s and Knottings use the same, and Buckings are traced to "Apachnas" while Knottings, known to be Canutes, are traced to the Khyan bloodline in the Cheynue/Chanut surname. The similar Che(y)neys (in Yonge and Trevor colors. ermined Shield), as in Dick Cheney, were first found in Buckingham, and I see that they use a "prudentia" motto term, EXACTLY THE YONGE TERM!!!
In fact, the motto has the phrase, prudentia major," while the major term is found also in the Peter motto of the Peter Coat that was responsible for this insert, the Peter surname that entered this discussion only due to realizing that its lion was in the colors of the Sam/Sammes Coat. To cap it off, both the English Yonges and Sams/Sammes' were first found in Essex! It's very effective for corroborating the suspected Yonge link to the Pilate line because Pilates are traced to the Callus/COLE pheon, and king Cole was of Camulodunum in Essex. There is moreover no contradiction, quite to the contrary, in the trace of both Yonges and Kyles to the Piast poles.
As the Jonathan-Hyksos cult is identified as the proto-Massey surname -- especially as the Chaine/Chenay surname using the Masci wing -- it should be added that the Wittington Coat smacks of the Gobel Coat with Masci wing. It suggests that the Uat cult in the Siemowit>Massey entity of Goplo was also in Wales amongst Tudors. It's no great surprise. Ask Cheshire. End Insert]
I had noted that the all-seeing-eye in Witkowo was colors reversed to the gold-on-blue eagle in the Great Seal of the United States. But then, clicking to the Arms of Gniezno County," there was the Piast eagle with a blue Shield on its breast, with gold symbols. There are blue-on-gold eagles in the Struthers Coat, and Straths are also in blue on gold.
MOREOVER (skimmers stop here), the eagle in the Great Seal also has a Shield on its breast. Moreover some more, if you look at the Gniezno flag beside the Arms, there are red and white bars that could have translated into the Washington Shield. German Ulmans even use the Washington Shield in colors reversed!!
I've already mentioned in the past that the Weis/Wise surname, now found linked to the Gallup surname out of the Gniezno-Goplo region, may have developed into/from the proto-Washington Wassa/Gace/Gasson surname. "Gniez(no)" is not a far cry from "Gace/Gasson." And I'll tell you uat just came to mind just now. The Nassau surname (blocks symbol, links to Blocks and block-using Plocks) could prove to be a variation of "Gniez," for not only does the Nassau Coat use blue and gold too, but Nassaus surely link to the Ness surname (Fife)...using the Washington Shield!!!
ASTOUNDING BREAKTHROUGH, for Ness'/Nests/Nass' were just traced (last update) to mythical Nestor at Pylos! Washington-surname stars are in the colors of the Callus/Cole/Aul stars, and the latter uses the Pilate-surname pheon in colors reversed. IT AGAIN APPEARS that Freemasonic Washington was a Roman entity from the Pilate and Valerius bloodline.
It assumes that Gniezno was an establishment of the Nestor cult, that the Polish bedrock at Goplo was of Pylos, and that neighboring Massovia was of Messene elements. Plock in Massovia may even be a variation of "Pylos." Where Menelaus is said to have spent his last years in Messene, his Las entity traces well to "Luzica," all of which can explain Polish links to the Atrebates (and others?) of Hampshire...not to mention Atrebates of Arras=Atrecht in Artois. Might that latter location be linked to Arran beside Arthur-infested Bute? YES YES, for here's what was said in the 1st update of October:
First, see the red-on-white wyvern of the Drake Coat in the Arms of the Duchy of Mazovia. Veres run an evil Drakenberg organization. Then, see the white-on-green flag of Massovia, and ask why these colors are used, for in the last update, white on green applied to at least two entities (the MacCabe surname and Hamar in Norway) that strike me as European Maccabees.
MacCabes were first found on Arran. It is verification of what had already been claimed as near-fact, that Maccabee elements had been founders of Masovia. MY EXCITEMENT knows no bounds here because Drakes were first found in Hampshire!!!!! It all means that the Menelaus cult out of Messene, and other Messene elements, did in fact found the Poles, Lusatia, Massovia, etc., all the way to the naming of Washington It also means that the Maccabee line was in Messina and Scylla of Sicily, and that Meschins are indeed from the same peoples who furnished Maccabees...the house of Khyan! Astounding, for it implies that Maccabees were not blessed of God, but were the satanic elements (always seeking to over-throw and take-over God's rule over Israel) leading to the same in the Pharisees amongst them. God forgive me if this is wrong.
Let's not forget the similarity between "pharaoh" and "Pharisee," for it can suggest (I'm open to coincidence of similarity here) that "pharoah" was in the Perseus>Paris cult of Hyksos Danaans as they evolved into the Paris-Hector Trojans...who were allied with Menelaus' "wife." She (Helen) was the Ladon cult to Ligurian swans. The fact that the same swan line traces to Poles explains why I have seen Polish links to Pisa, Lucca, and Massa-Carrara on the Ligurian border.
Recall the Hungar-surname lion (of the Yonge bloodline) above, traced to the Bohemian lion, for Montforts use the same two-tailed lion, and then there is a Monforte location in the Montferrat theater of Piedmont. The Montfort write-up has the bit: "Montfort near Pont-Audemer, also in Normandy." AUD??? We just saw an "aude" motto term of the Uat-related Wittingtons, who were introduced as per linkage to John Yonge in particular, and here we now find reason to trace the Hungar surname to Pont-Audemer, a Hungar surname that in Germany uses a greyhound, just like the John-Yonge Crest.
It should be added that my trace of the greyhound to the mythical Graeae hags looks correct here, for the hags passed one eye around between them, possible code for the Uat cult. ALSO, the Gray/Grey surname uses a white-on-red lion too, suggesting that Hungars and Yonges link very closely to the Grays/Greys. That jibes with my trace of the Hungarian stag symbol to that of Hannibal-Carthaginians lines (for the Graeae were Amazons / Gorgons in north Africa). The two instances of "Anchor" in the Gray/Grey Coat may link to "Yong / Jung" elements. The Anchor Coat (compares with the Audley mascle) uses a red bull head (style of the Say Crest), but the red bull is a symbol also of Lower Lusatia...and Oxford.
If you agreed with me that Warwick traces to Warsaw of Poland, I'll repeat that Montforts were first found in Warwickshire. Warsaw uses Melusine (code for LUSignan / LUSatia) in its Arms, and then I trace Melusine-related Veres to Montferrat...and the Lys river of Ferrat. I point some boring things out just to show that the traces work well to the point of being reliable. The Weirs=Veres of Scotland use the Moray stars while Morays/Murrays use Melusine, as do Massins/Masons, for which reason we can know that Massins/Masons trace to Massovia. It was Masonic bedrock, as was Goplo.
If these Polish entities trace back to Messene and Menelaus, may we ask which entity thereof founded Goplo? It's a difficulty unless we assume that the location was originally Goplo as per the Golpeani peoples. It allows a trace to Golls / Gauls and therefore to the Galli, whom I trace to the Hellespont where was the Gallipolis location, and this region in my mind was Helen, wife of Menelaus. It may be incorrect to trace GalliPOLIS to the Poles, but one never knows. Perhaps "Pollux" (Helen's brother) was code for the 'polis' ending on that location.
As I'm tracing Pilates to the Caledonians, by what coincidence is it that the sister of Helen and Pollux was CLEITomnestra? Hmm, was the "nestra" in that term part-code for the Nester line? Hmm some more, for as Gallus Anonymous made the father of Piast, Choscisko, what about Castor, their brother too? Wasn't the "cis" part of "Choscisko" traced (last update) logically to the Casts/Cass' because they use the Kiss/Cuss fountain?
Although my conjecture now is that Romanish Washington-government buildings are in honor of the Pilate and Valerius bloodline, I maintain my trace of the Washington Monument to DioNYSUS. At the top of that monument, which is nothing short of a disgusting hermes temple (evidence of the rotten side of mankind, the laughing stock of the world), it is written, "Laus Dio"...in honor of the Laz bloodline to MeneLaus, the city of Las on the Mani peninsula of Sparta. It's the golden-fleece bloodline to the False Prophet...whom I expected out of Washington before I came to realize from "acts of God" that he will also be a Massey bloodliner. You do understand that Washingtons out of Goplo were Massey bloodliners? Wasn't the all-seeing Siemowit a mythical expression of Mieszko ancestry?
By now you should know that these very Polish Masseys trace to the naming of the Levite, Moses. They were the proto-Massey Meshwesh (of Tanis) that made up the royal house of Hyksos to which the Exodus pharoah belonged. Haven't I maintained these past three years that God was prone to using a Massey bloodliner to knock the pants off of this dirty secret? But I also have a Ferrari bloodline. Scaaa-rry.
Some Levites became corrupted, as for example a Jonathan in the Biblical book of Judges, who appears to be a Samson-ite priest of the Danaans out of Tanis (they were given the myth code, "Danaus"). Siemincidence? Didn't I trace Manoah, father of Samson, to the Dionysus Maenads (= Maeonians on the Maeander river), and are not Meon elements in Hampshire where the Atreus>Menelaus line ended up?
I had traced "Washington" to "WASSUkanni," capital of the Mitanni Hurrians in the days of Moses. The Mitanni were in Egypt, and yet I traced them to Methoni/Modon of Messene, and Methoni was traced to Modena of Italy in the very theater of Ferrara, the root of the Pharisee line. Methoni was mythically a daughter of Oeneus, using the Greek "oen" term for wine, symbol of Dionysus. Wassincidences?
When things click along this good, the horse hooves of God's angels can be heard coming to destroy end-time Mitanni. On a completely independent trace, mythical Aegyptus, brother of Danaus, was traced to Methoni. I had no idea at the time how Aegyptus could link to the Mitanni, nor did the question even enter my mind. Later, I realized that the "Annuit Coeptis" motto in the Great Seal of the United States was part-code for mythical Aegyptus, but I don't think the trace of Washington to "Wassukanni" was yet made at that point. The Hyksos ruled Egypt for 200 years about the time of the Mitanni empire, and then "kanni" could just have named the Exodus pharoah, Khyan.
Others tell us that "Khyan" was the "John" of the day, and then we have a Jonathan Levite priest amongst what I interpret to be Danaans in Israel, not Danites of Israel, though the two appear to have mixed. Even the first-born son of Khyan, who never made it to the Egyptian throne, was a John-like "Yanassi." Fast-forward to John-like "Oeneus," father of Methoni. Conspicuous, is it not? This is a brand new realization this fresh minute. Place your bets on whether Jonathan was the Samson-Dionysus cult tracing to Oeneus. It's a very simply way to trace the Khyan cult to Methoni and Messene, and should prove helpful for pegging Khyan lines elsewhere, especially in the Sava river theater where the Oeneus river flows!
With the thought in mind that Oeneus elements are suddenly tracing to Pharisees, note that Pelops married a daughter (Hippodamia) of OENomaus (king of Pisa), telling us that Pylos elements in both Pisa and Messene linked to the Methoni>Modena line...meaning that both Pontius Pilate and Pharisees, as expected, come from the same gold-fleece bloodline out of Messene, all the way to the Ferrari-Fergus clan.
Back to the Liddesdale Mickle/Meickle-branch Mieszkos, who were Liddells, who were in-turn Litts of Silesia. First of all, Lights/Lytes (emphasized in the 1st update of this month) use ostrich feathers. Liddels and Litts both use the Massey fleur-de-lys, and then in the Litt write-up: "These names are all derived from the Old Slavic 'ljutu,' meaning 'wild' or 'grim." Only I amongst a million could catch the hogwash in that statement, for my mother is not only a Massey bloodliner, but has a Grimaldi maiden name. And the Grimaldi Coat is in the red and white of the Litts and Lights/Lytes. The latter's Coat even used swans (Grimaldis are of Liguria), suggesting that "Light" is a Ligure variation.
One can also suspect that the Wild surname plays into the Litt et-all bloodline. The German Wild surname was first found in Bavaria, and uses a savage in a Masonic apron. The English Wild surname was first found in Berkshire (home of Windsor castle), beside Oxfordshire, and so I don't think that the "untamed" definition of the Wild write-up is anything but code for the Thames river, and the Tame/Thame surname (mascles and martins) first found in Oxfordshire. (CC should be happy to see that). The Tame mascles are red, colors of the Grimaldi diamonds/lozenges. The Tame martins as well as Tame colors (same as the Windsors) are found in the Grimm/Grimes Coat (*Cheshire), which effectively traces Wilds and Grimms to the Litt write-up...and therefore to the Mieszko Poles. German Grimes were first found in the Polish area of Germany where Wends lived who became Windsors.
Grimms use nine martins, but so do Marlins. In this picture, it's uncertain (in my mind) whether these particular footless martins are code for Merlin=Myrddin, or for a Martin clan(s), or both. The Marlin Coat looks Drummond-ish.
Pontius Pilate was traced to the Mieszko line at Goplo, and here we are about to find more evidence. Recalling the Masci wing used by Koppel-like Gobel(in)s, we turn now to the Gobels that are shown properly as Godbolds/Goodbows. The bows in the Coat and the and arrow in the Crest suggest a trace to the Hungarian side of Freemasonry, and so it's noted that Yonges and Goodbows were both first found in Essex, where mythical king COLE lived who was the Kolodziej-Polish side of Freemasonry.
Remember the Pilate pheon in the Callus/COLE/Aul Coat, for we are about to see white roundels called, "plates," in the Godell/Goodell Coat, as well as two crossed arrows. The latter's motto uses "Toujours," as does the Yonge motto, wherefore it's plain that Godells/Goodells were Godbolds/Goodbows...and therefore Gobels. We thereby have the Polish-Goplo and Hungarian-Ulm bloodlines mixed in these clans. Any such mix is suspect as prime Freemason fodder for world rule.
The Goder/Gaedert surname (Bavarian again) uses the split fleur-de-lys of the Litts on a diagonal. Goders were found in an investigation of GUDbrand KULE, a Norse ruler of the Massey-related Halland bloodline. You can see Sigurd names at the Gudbrand genealogy (link above), the Norse name also of Mieszko's daughter (Sigrid the Haughty). Did you read the recent part where Pontius Pilate's line was traced to Harald Blatand (Danish royal line) of that very Mieszko>Sigrid bloodline?
Lest you're thinking I'm way off the mark on a Polish-Hungarian alliance because I had traced the heart of Rosicrucians to Varangians, I'll add that Ingibiorg of Holland/Halland, in the genealogy above, was treated in the 1st update of September in an important point linking both to Hungarians and Varangians of Kiev. BUT, anyway, Rosicrucians and Freemasons are to be distinguished somewhat, and so what I'm seeing is that Freemasons are the Polish-Hungarian line as it merged with Varangian Rosicrucianism. It's interesting that Goplo's Mouse Tower is in KRUSzwica, home of some nasty Mazurs...that were linked at the top of the update to Maccabees in relation to French Martels (i.e. assumed Carolingians).
Goders of Bavaria should prove important for the Grimaldi-lozenge link I make to Bavarian lozenges, for the Guden Coat (Baden) uses the swan design of the German Lochs/Lokens which is easily traces to LOHENgrin, the Arthurian Swan Knight, code for swan-depicted Ligurians. Grimaldis were from Liguria and rule parts of it to this day. This is the first time that I've found evidence that LohenGRIN is part-code for Grimaldis.
This would be a good place to add that I had mistakenly called the Bauer wing the Masci wing. The designs are nearly the same. But I did trace Mascis to Bavaria by other means, and so now is the time to bring up the Gobel wing, which is the Masci wing. But at the top of the Gobel Coat, stars in Bauer-star colors. German Gobels were then first found in Bavaria.
The Litt fleur-de-lys is important for the same-colored fleur of the Lys surname and of the Arms of Lille. "Laz" may comvert to Lyd terms such as Leto and Leda, mother of the Apollo cult, or to Lus terms such as Lusatia, which is Luzica to Germans. Just so you know what we're dealing with here. The Lys river is in Artois, tracing to Arda on the Hebros, where the Atreus gold-fleece bloodline passed through. It arrived as an Apollo=Pelops branch in Pylos of Messene, and that's where we find the Pilate, Maccabee and Pharisees lines before entering Italy.
Now, as it was discovered early in this update that the Yonges are threatening to prove instrumental to discovering Pilate's mother amongst the Perthshire Picts / Caledonians, we naturally want to include the Yonge-related Litts as part of the instruments for that dissection. I had no idea at the top of this update that Litts and Yonges would link.
We had the Yonge motto term, "Toujours," used by Godells that moreover use plates as code for the Pilate line. Godells were Gobels from Goplo, where also the Litts traced easily. We saw that the Litt-related Latter Coat using piles (like "Pylos / Pilate") in colors-reversed to Yonge piles, and then the Saints/Sinclairs, who are already discovered to be the Valerius-Gratus bloodline, traced nicely (above) to proto-Caledonian Khaldi, inventors and workers in iron. We can therefore have the notion that the Ferrari>Fergus line (to the Pharisees) was a Khaldi one in that Ferraris were also workers in iron.
In other words, things are clicking along too well for this to be anything but the sound of my hammer to the nails in the coffin of end-time Pharisees. If God is going to uncover this low-lying mystery at the banging of my keyboard day and night, it's going to help put an end to Pharisees in Washington and abroad, for God doesn't expend himself this long, to my complaints at times, for nothing.
A further clue of the Yonges is their "Roberi" motto term, and Rober(t) were not only linked to the Rollo-related Valerius-Gratus line, but the French Rober(t)s use the Mackesy lion too, as does the Gallup Coat. There are simply too many things in this update alone tracing the Yonges to Goplo, the Washington bedrock. The Gallup Crest uses a different lion design than the Mackesy one in its Coat, and it happens to be the lion design of the Gros/Graut Coat, the surname already traced to "Gratus." Both Robers and Gros'/Grauts were first found in Burgundy, where the Pilate surname was first found.
The Gallups can be linked to Yonges by way of the broken arrow in the paw of the Gallup-Crest lion, and by way of the "Bolde" motto term of the Gallups, for Godbolds/Goodbolts/Goodbows were just linked above the arrow-using Godells/Goodells (plates)...i.e. who use the Toujours" motto term of the Yonges. The English Bolds/Bolts (Lancashire) use a griffin in the colors of the German Bolt Coat using just an arrow. The Bold/Bolt griffin is the Tolkien griffin wherefore the Toujours term could be code to Tokers, trace-able to mythical Teucer.
The red roses of the English Yonges (Yorkshire) suggest linkage to Lancaster, where Bolds/Bolts were first found. Therefore, per chance, the Bold/Bolt and similar surnames might help to discover whom the priests were that the Scottish-Yonge motto ("Roberi prudentia praestat") implies.
The trace to the Laevi neck of Italy cam be made via the Brians, who trace to Briancon on the Durance river (home of Salyes) without doubt. The Rober(t) = Mackesy lion is in the colors of the Irish-Brian Mackesy lions. French Brians use red roses used also by Yonges. English Brians use more piles.
The English Yonge motto, "Toujours juene," smacks of Juno, the chief Roman goddess ("Uni" to Etruscans) who was traced recently to the Oeneus/Una river (see left-center of map of Roman Illyricum">map). See also this Celtic-Illyrian map for the "Una" spelling). Roman-The Maezaei are stamped on that river, marked the "Una" river on Wikipedia's Illyrian-Celt map. Let's not forget mythical Oeneus of Messene, but then didn't I just trace Khyan Hyksos to this same Oeneus river, tributary of the Sava?
Yes, and the Japodes to the north of it were mythical Jupiter, husband of Juno! I had traced Japodes to "Joppa," and that's where Perseus was placed in myth, that being more corroboration that he depicted the Khyan-Danaan Hyksos. It then verifies that Khyan was linked to the Uat/Buto cult because Chemmites of that cult traced themselves in ancient times to Perseus. It squares with the trace of Uat to the Polish>Washington line, and to all other Illuminati tentacles.
What I'm seeing is a Yonge line from Juno of Rome to Uni of Tuscany, through Pisa of Tuscany as per Oenomaus of Grecian Pisa, then into the Salyes domain of Ligurians, linking there with Briancon. The Ferrari line was in neighboring Piedmont and Aosta, in particular the Montferrats and Ferrats, the latter being on a Lys river in Aosta, where also a Salassi peoples lived that can be linked to Salyes. It seems relevant that entering "Jung" or "June" brings up fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Scottish-Yonge piles. A "Jeun" variation is even shown, but not let's not neglect the entire English-Yonge motto, "Toujours juene," suspect as code in-part for Teucer Trojans.
In therefore begins to appear that the priests implied by the Yonge motto were the same Ferrari>Fergus line to which Pharisees traced, but then this is only a start. We've yet to link Yonges to the Laevi. Yet the Praet Coat shows the Annandale cross as used by the Arms of Ayrshire, and Bruces. Yes, true, the Young motto term is, "praestat," but then the Prest/Priest Coat is nothing but a black Shield, and a chief (with estoiles), and the Hogen Coat is nothing but a black Shield and a Chief with rings in colors reversed to the rings in the Yonge Chief...of the Yonge Coat using "praestat"! German Hogens use Bavaria colors and were first found in Bavaria, while German Jungs/Junes (stag) use Bavaria colors and were first found in Bavaria.
Both Bavarian clans use white on blue, the colors of the Bar-le-Duc fish that were traced to the Bernard area of Aosta. I'm assuming the Prest/Priest estoiles are code for Aosta elements because the Scottish Prude/Pryd Coat uses long curved fish, as are the fish of Bar-le-Duc!!!!! Five exclamatons are warranted because the trace of "Bar" to "Bernard" in Aosta was risky, I knew all along.
The above tends to clinch both a trace of the Scottish-Yonge "prudentia" term to Bars of Aosta, and to a priesthood-bloodline of Aosta. The Ferrat region of Aosta is starting to become suspect as that priesthood, and Nicholas de Vere is a head honcho of a Drakenberg organization that, likely, has a priesthood.
Did we see a black wolf in the English-Yonge Crest? Yes, and there's a black wolf head in the English Pratt Crest. To hammer down this Yonge-Pratt link further (not neglecting that "praeter" can mean a priest), the same Pratts use both mascles and martins, as with the Tames/Thames (Oxfordshire) that had been accessed from Litt codes. The point there is that Yonges had been linked to Litt elements. Plus, the Litt Coat is nothing but a large fleur-de-lys used by the Arms of Lille at the Lys river, Artois, which we can assume traces to the Lys river in the Ferrat region of Aosta.
As Litts were first found in Silesia, and should therefore be rooted in "LUSatia," recall my theory from a genius moment, that the fleur-de-lys lily was originally a fish in Laus, later called Ragusa, and only as per Lille did it turn into a lily. Evidence for the theory came flowing in shortly afterward, like a stream of pregnant salmon, wherein the curved Bar fish had to do with the transition from fish to lily by adding two curved fish to the sides of a single central fish and calling it a lily. I now find the two curved Pratt fish tracing to Aosta, where there is a Lys river. It's not a genius moment if the realization isn't true, and so I'm maintaining that I did have a genius moment. After all this work, can't I even have one?
Gobels/Godbolds were, as with Yonges, were first found in Essex, and then there is a German Gobel Coat using curvy white-on-blue fish.
Possibly, the three black chevrons of the Levi surname are the Pratt chevron. Remember, both the Lys and the Levi surnames were first found in Ile-de-France, suggesting kinship. When we get priestly entities linked to the Levis, and where they trace to the Laevi, I think we have found the Pharisee line. Remember, Belgian Pratts use the Annan and Bruce saltire...and the Bruce-Crest lion design is used by Pretts.
Now is the time to remind that Godbells use the "Toujours" motto term (of Yonges), and that Godbells had been discovered as Gobels from Goplo, even as Yonges traced to Goplo by various methods. Goplo elements had been gleaned by surname associations as Gauls and Khaldi>Celts, and therefore as the Galli priesthood in Europe. The Laevi and Ananes were Gauls. It's hard to say whether Caledonians were Gauls proper, but in any case I tended to trace Kyles and Coles to Caledonians. Again, Gobels/Godbolds were, as with Yonges, were first found in Essex, the home of king Cole, and the Italian Gobels use a camel as code, no doubt, for king Cole's Camelot kingdom.
The line from Juno to the Ligurians that was made earlier suggests that On-Ogur = Hungarians may have been the Juno-line Yonges to begin with (i.e. "On" was the "Yonge" = Juno entity), and as they passed through Ligurian realms, they ended up on the Ticino river (where I had traced proto-Hungarians). It works like a charm because Yonge-related Hogens were also Hogers, smacking of "Auger" and "Ogur." The "Toujours" term may even apply to the Auger line.
Therefore, when emailer Patterson sent in the Auger surname that got me going in a Hungarian direction, it was an "act of God." Augers use the Ferrari lion, and were traced to the Ferrari theater (of the Veneti). French Augers, in the same colors but using the Bellamy Shield, were first found in Provence, where the Bellovesus Gauls came from when conquering much of northern Italy.
The Yonge investigation has therefore jibed with a trace of Pilate elements to the Caledonian Picts. Let's not forget the Pictones beside the Santones and Lemovices, for the latter two are tracing to Rollo Sinclairs, and I fully expect that Sinclair vikings trace to Caledonians at about the time of Christ. The broken arrow in the Gallop Crest is suspect as the arrow of Meleager (king of Calydon), which killed the Calydonian boar (sent by Artemis, goddess originally of the Khaldi theater). That suspicion was born long ago as per the arrow in the Pollock-Crest boar. It seemed to me that clans of long ago knew of their traces to Calydon. Although Pollocks have long been traced to Poland, and even to Mieszko, there is reason to trace their British sides to Caledonians, and that suggests that the broken arrow of the Gallups, because they too were from the Goplo region, should trace to the Caledonians.
I smell the hide of a Kyle beast. Although Kyles and Coles trace to Poland's Mieszko line too, they have a side that I trace to Caledonians, and often I'm correct in such guesses. I think we'll find the mother of Pontius Pilate in a Kyle. I think the Kyle clans will give up that secret one way or another, and already we have found the Kyle star in the Callus/Cole/Aul Coat.
What we're looking for is a clan that links to these arrow-using clans, like the Yonges, and moreover that uses at least one Pilate symbol, like the piles of the Yonges. But then the Toujours-using Godells also use plates.
After writing the above, and all of the above, WOW, the Toker possibility of the Yonge's "Toujours" motto term came to mind, and then came "Taggart" to mind. I've mentioned Taggarts/Toggerts (owls) before in relation to Tokers, but there when the Coat was loaded by eyes were fixed on: "The Gaelic form of the name is Mac-an-t-sagairt, which means son of the priest." As I identified Tokers as Togarmites / Tocharians that named mythical Teucer, I had figured that Taggarts/Toggerts were Togarmites too. And that should explain the wolf in the Yonge Crest. I'm thinking the Apollo-Oracle priesthood because I trace Apollo to Togarmites and Gog.
Consider that others trace the Tiber river through Rome, as well as other fundamental Roman entities, to Tubal. We can begin to guess here that the Apollo wolf line at the heart of Romulus was merged with Tubali, but in any case the Juno cult looks Togarmite, explaining why the Juno-related Yonges are now tracing well to Taggarts/Toggerts. I had some difficulty tracing mythical Daphne to Tubali, but that's what I did and maintained. Daphne was part of the Apollo Oracle at Delphi, and that's the place that got her a dolphin symbol. It may be that mythical Melusine is the Daphne cult, especially as the Drakenberg Veres locate her Apollo-founded Avalon.
It just so happens that Melusine myth gave her magic rings, and that the Yonges (and Hogens) use rings. Plus, ring-using Hogens were first found in Tipperary, where dolphin-using Kenndeys were from, and then Tippers also use dolphins. I suppose that "Tipper" could have developed from "Tubal." If you're thinking that rings trace to Tubal, so am I, but then I tend to trace rings to Pisa and Elis, to the Olympic games. The Ladon river flowed in those parts,, and Daphne was placed by a myth writer in the Ladon river, where Apollo wanted to be with her.
Or, heraldic rings may link to Ringerike in Norway, and related surnames (I didn't just pick Ringerike out of a hat; there's reasons for it). The Litt fleur-de-lys may be in the Ringer Coat, not forgetting that the Litts just traced to Lusatia, where also I had traced "lys/Lys." It's roundly understood that Melusine depicted Lusignan, but I traced Lusignan to Luzica's Lusatians. That trace was made by "Pressina," Melusine's mother. Lusatia was in Prussia. BUT NOW, the Press surname comes to mind that should link to the motto of ring-using Yonges. Entering "Press' brings up the Prests/Priests!!! Wow, I had no idea when starting this line of thought that that would happen. Just like that, Yonges are linked to Melusine of the Veres, whom they say was a Pictish peoples!
It looks very good again, therefore, for a trace of Pilate's mother to the Vere bloodline, not forgetting that both Kyles and Veres (both are suspect) are from Poland. The Pollock-Crest boar is also the Vere boar, and that could trace Veres to the Meleager Calydonians. Yes indeed, it works.
As Yonge elements proved to form the Ogur / Ugor Auger Hungarians, what about the idea that "Meleager" was a combination term of Mele-Ager or Mel-Eager? Greek myth had many mele=honey terms.
Okay, so what if Pilate's mother was a Caledonian. Big deal, what now? Well, Pharisees traced to Ferrari>Vere elements too, and that suggests Caledonians again. What does it mean when Levites in Israel are also Caledonians? I think it means a British sector of the ancient the Galli/Khaldi Halybes. I suppose that Apollo-Daphne priesthood -- of a major false-prophet cult -- was just of those Galli dogs. It's no wonder they called homosexuals, dogs. One can therefore trace the Galli to Bute=Avalon, and as possible proof, there is, off-shore of Avalon and down the coast form the Kyles of Ayrshire, a Galloway region.
Remember, the symbol of the ancient Galli was a snake entwined, just like the snake-entwined Kyle anchor. What does it mean when Jerusalem in Jesus' days was abandoned to Levites from Scotland's Druids or worse? For one, it means that Templars are suspected to be from those Scottish elements in Israel that God destroyed in 70 AD. The Templars wanted to turn God's will for Israel on it's back, but God gave them a painful time of it, I suppose. God wanted Israel abandoned for a long haul, and here today the country finally thrives under an Illuminati foundation that is more Khazar than Jewish.
Rothschilds created modern Israel. The Yonge-related Hogens use arrows, just like Rothschilds, and were in Bavaria, just like Rothschild roots in Bauers/Bowers. I did trace Bauers/Bowers to Bogens, suspect as Hogens. The Hogen/HOGER arrows are now tracing amazingly well to the arrow that shot the Calydonian boar. Didn't we just see that the arrow belonged to Mele-Ager, after seeing that Yonges and Hogens traced to Augers et-al?
Hogans use red arrows, the color of the Gallup broken arrow. The question is on a Gallup link to Yonges, therefore. The Gallup Coat write-up traces the surname to "wallop," and what do we find in the Wallop Crest but Melusine!!! I did not know this until this very spot in this update, after all the above was written. I did not know beforehand where I was going with this investigation. I'm not trying to trick you into thinking I already know where I'm going, and then making myself sound surprised by fakery. There are times, however, when I know something beforehand and add exclamation marks to measure importance and/or relevancy.
Wallops smack of the Welsh in this case because the Gallup Coat is much like the Welsh David and Davis Coats. But if correct, what are Mieszko Poles doing in Wales? Actually, Welsh Davids were first found in Cheshire, where we expect Mieszko elements, and the Meschins of Cheshire had the task of keeping the neighboring Welsh in check.
I now see that the David lion is the Bruce and Prett lion, and didn't we trace the Yonge motto to Pretts already? By the way, were not royal Bruces grand masters of Scottish Templars? Can we suppose that only priestly lines get that "honor"? Wasn't Hugh de Payen the first grand master? Why does the French David Coat use the Pagan Shield? These Davids were first found in Brittany, and then royal Bruces merged with Stewarts from Brittany.
But why would Levites use a Pagan surname? Whose lyre is it in the David Coat, anyway? Is it really a symbol of king David of Israel, or of the Apollo cult from the Liris river? "Daphne" comes to mind as a possible root for "David/Davin." Who's two lilies are in that David/Davin Coat?
Italian Davids even have a Shield (i.e. diagonal bars) like that of the Italian Galls. Wasn't Daphne just traced to the Galli priesthood? The bugle in the Italian-David Chief is in the same design as the one in the English Brian Crest (piles in Coat), and then French Brians were first found in Brittany too. In fact, English Brians are said to have been first found in northern Wales (close to Cheshire), thus clinching the David link to Brains. But the link also goes to Gallups, especially bas both Gallups and Irish Brians use the Mackesy lion.
The other Irish Brian Coat has this motto: "Lamh laidir an Uachtar". The Lamh term is also used by Salyes-based Sullivans. The Sullivan boar is the Pollock and Vere boar, now being traced to Mele-Ager, and then we see the "Uachtar" term that could apply. Hmm, the Ector Coat uses diagonal bars in the colors of the Italian Davids and Galls, both first found in northern Italy, not far from Dauphine, where Gauls had lived before invading northern Italy. Doesn't that trace Davids to "Dauphine"? [I couldn't believe the juicy details discovered as per the Oxford Coat, to be explained below, one discovery of which is the trace of the Brian motto term above to Aachen, and then the Merovingians of Aachen to Goplo.]
I kid you not, I had not come this far when suggesting a David link to Pagans/Payens. Finding myself in Dauphine, I recalled: that's where the Pagans/Payens were first found! That's as good as any evidence that Davids above were initially Dauphines. The trefoils of Irish Davis'/Davies trace to Languedoc, do they not?
Don't trefoils trace to the Rocks of Languedoc, perhaps named after rock = father = priest? Were not the Rocks also RoqueFEUILS, a term traced to the Valois/Valour surname and therefore to Valerius elements? Can we see again how the Davis treFOILs can link to the Pagans/Payens that were Valerius kin?
Scottish Pagnells use diagonal bars too, but in the colors of the Arms of Burgundy, and the Gros/Graut surname to which I trace Valerius Gratus was first found in Burgundy. French Paines, from Payen in Normandy, show a PainDAVOINE variation.
QUERRY: the Valery surname was first found in Dauphine, using a chevron in colors reversed to the Pagans/Payens. Suppose that Payens were pagan priests. Might Valerius Gratus have had a part in choosing which Pharisees and/or Sadducees would rule Judea, and may he have chosen one from the Payen/Pagan line just because he himself was related to them? Could that explain why Hugh de Payen was first-thing in Templar Jerusalem as the grand master of the Templars?
My guest-imation picture at this point goes like this. Valerius Gratus was from the Roman theater somewhere, with ancestry likely in Valeria to the east of Rome, and/or in Lucca (the Valery wave is almost the Lucca wave). He was rising up in elite circles because he himself was a Patrician, a Butteri bloodliner. A Roman ambassador was sent to the Caledonians / Picts who was of the Valerius family, and he had a son, Pontius Pilate. The Roman governor in Judea, Valerius Gratus, either arranged for Pontius Pilate to take his position, or Pilate was chosen by someone else for being a close kin to Valerius.
Why do English Paines/Paynells use a broken spear? Is it, like the broken cross called a "peace sign," a satanic symbol of Christ's death?
I was just asking myself how Valerius in this picture could have been linked to Pharisees, and that's when I ventured to the French Paine Coat to find the Paindavoine and PainLEVE variations. Couldn't that have made Valerius related to the Laevi too?
WOW! After writing that, I wanted to dig in. I tried the Page surname for extra clues, and there were three downward pheons!!! Beside the pheons, doves. Is this why God made the Holy Spirit land on Jesus like a dove...in full view of Jerusalem's priests who perhaps called the dove their own symbol? Didn't we see doves of the Olivers and Lief(r)s tracing to the Laevi???
For new readers (the Internet brings many people to these updates by unintended means), the Pilate surname was first found in Burgundy, where the Gros/Graut surname was first found, and the Pilate Coat uses three downward pheons.
The English Olive Coat uses greyhounds, a symbol min the Gros/Graut Coat, Both Olives and Greys were first found in Northampton (beside Leicestershire). The pheon-using Pages/Paiges were first found in neighboring Sussex. By the way, I've just seen the six footless martins that are the Arms of Sussex.
French Pages/Pagenels were also first found in Dauphine, but I have no idea at present to whom their Coat should link. Perhaps the blue and white bars of the Arms of Lusignan, which could identify the proposed (by me) Daphne = Melusine equation. The Page/Pagenel surname was of Vienne, and yet the Vienne surname was first found in Burgundy. The Vienne motto includes "tout," which is also a Rollo motto term that was treated in-depth (1st update this month) and traced to...Valerius Gratus!!
It could be that descendants of Pontius Pilate ended up with Valerius elements in both Burgundy and Dauphine, as it only makes sense if the two men were close relatives. In that picture, Pontius Pilate may have been closest to the pheon-using Pages, or at least at some point in history, the two clans got married. How long they remained close is anyone's guess.
Didn't I say that Pharisees should trace to pharoah Khyan? But wasn't he also "Apachnas"? Yes, and I think now more than ever that the term traces to the Pagan surname. One Pagnell Coat (English) even used fleur-de-lys in Masci-fleur colors, important for my identification of Khyan's house with proto-Masseys. The Viennes use an eagle in colors reversed to the Ferte eagle, and the latter were no doubt the Ferte Maces that issued the Macey / Massey clans....suspect as Maccabees, remember.
IN FACT, did you catch the "bien vienne" motto phrase of the Viennes, for it smacks of the Bains/Vans and Vains/Vanes (Mackay septs) who use the Macey metal glove. The Macey metal glove is with a mace, what "Maccabee" is said to mean. Is that absolutely startling? The question is, were Maccabees proper in Israel from the Pages/Pagenels of Vienne, or was it vice versa? If it was vice versa, it could explain how Valerius got to Judea in the first place, by invitation of the Maccabee rulers.
Remember, the French Messeys/Messiers were first found in Burgundy with Pagan/Payen and Page/Pagenel colors. And the Valery wave is almost identical to the wave, not just of the Lucca surname, but of the Massar/Massai/Mazzei surname. first found in Lucca. The latter surname is in the green and white of MacCabes/MacAbees, who may not have been Cabes nor Abees to begin with, but always Maccabes and Macabees.
I DID NOT NOTICE THE LAST TIME (last update September) that the MacCabe link to Massars was suggested that the two have very similar waves. IN FACT, the MacCabe wave is identical, I think, to the Valery wave!!! WWWOOOWWW.
The MacCabe motto term, "mori," is used by English Paines. The latter surname was found to be the Sinclair-line of Malahule > Balso D'espaines, and we have already traced that line to Valerius!
But by what mechanism may Maccabees have originated in southern France? The Hyrcanus surname of Maccabees proper in Israel suggested in a recent update that they were Hircinians/Hernici living smack beside Valeria at Rome.
If I'm not mistaken, the Seleucids had been enemies of the Romans then in the midst of rising to world power. The Maccabees fought the Seleucids of Israel, and may therefore have been empowered by Romans for that very task. In Daniel, the Roman beast (chapters two and seven) smashes the enemy with iron, quite like the theme of a mace.
The Strath surname (suspect as the ostrich line) mentioned way above as part of the ostrich = Pharisee line was linked to Yonges for other reasons than the priesthood expected in the Scottish-Yonge motto. I can now add that the Strath Shield is also the Pagan Shield. But if the Strath chevron were to be made a fesse, that with its red crescents would roughly be the Bellamy Coat. Earlier, while mentioning the red bull of Oxford (home of important Veres for centuries), I was looking at the Oxford Coat, realizing that it had the Brian lion in the Chief. And while struggling to decipher this Oxford surname, an Auchen-like idea popped into my mind as per the OXENford variation. But there was no Auchen Coat, and so "Achen" was entered to find a red lion in Crest. The Yonge-Crest red lion came to mind, and with that, the Yonge-Chief link to the Hogen Chief came to mind (both Chiefs share the same rings in colors reversed), The idea was that "Oxen" was the same bloodline as "Hogen." Let's not forget the rings under discussion can link to Melusine of the Veres.
I was reading that the Achens are also "Aachen," and that an Aachen location (Westphalia, Belgian border) is where Charlemagne preferred to rule. I was simultaneously clicking to the Scottish Achen Coat when black roosters appeared, of the style used by the black Koppel rooster. It was terrific because I had traced Merovingian Pepinids to mythical Popiel of Goplo, an idea that readers may not have swallowed. It's known that Charlemagne was a French king only because certain Pepinids betrayed Merovingian royalty in favor of Charlemagne's line from Charles the "Hammer" (suspect as Maccabes). It was at this time (approximately 800 AD) that I see Merovingians founding Moravia, and then forming the Ulm and Goplo Merovingian entities, the double hubs of Freemasonry's wagon.
Moravia (Czechoslovakia) was beside Bohemia. Didn't we see John Yonge's greyhound tracing to Hungars of Czechoslovakia and Germany? I now find that while the red lion of German Aachens appears trace-able to the Yonge lion, the Scottish Achens/Aikins/Aitkens use a "Robore" motto term, matching the "Roberi" of the Scottish Yonges, the same Yonges using the red lion! Just like that, Yonges link to the host of Charlemagne...and to Veres who claim to descend from Charlemagne. Their claim is evident in the Oxen link to Aachen alone.
After realizing all these things in a flash moment (that took a half hour to write), I was back at the Scottish Achen/Aachen page reading: "There was also an ancient city named Aachen, which was originally called Aix-la-Chappelle by the French, and founded by the Romans." I wonder which Romans founded it, for that place was the one where Charlemagne took his seat, and since he was of the Goplo line, as was the Aachen surname and city, might the Pilate- and/or Valerius-related Romans have founded Aix-la-Chapelle? By what coincidences are they that: 1) while the German Achens use the KOPPEL/Coppel rooster, the name of Aachen was originally "CHAPPELLE", and 2) the Koppel rooster is in the colors of black-on-gold eagle in the Arms of Aachen?
Here's how Veres of OXENford can be linked to Khyan (it's not the only way). It's now certain in my mind that Oxens were Hogens/Hogers, themselves a branch of Yonges. Even the Oxford beaver (why is it green?) is trace-able to Bavaria, where Hogens/Hogers were first found...who use the Baphomet goats that I'm sure link to de-Vere's Drakenberg. As we saw that Yonges were from Juno, herself from the Oeneus river, just-like-that we have a link to Khyan...if indeed "Oeneus" was a John term linking back to "Khyan" or similar-and-related names (the evidence is strong to that effect). What this paragraph effectively does -- if "Yonge/Jung" was a variation of "Juno" -- is to trace both "John" and "Yonge" to "Oeneus."
Remember, de-Vere traces Veres to ancient Mitanni that I traced (long before this paragraph) to Methoni, daughter of Oeneus. We can only wonder as to how de-Vere knows (or thinks) that Veres should trace to Mitanni. It is believed by some that pharoah AKHENaten was from a Mitanni family...from Yuya, a horse trainer of his dynasty. Hussincidence? Doesn't this coupled with the Aachen topic above strongly suggest a trace of "Oxen(ford)" to "Akhen(aten)"? In fact, I had found that the Varni peoples (Polabia), to which I trace Veres and Varangians, had an Oxonae tribe, mentioned by Tacitus (the one who gave historical records the Varni and others). Oxford was originally, or at least early, called, Oxenaford, and other such variations.
Apparently, if one researches the Oxonae, a Hellusi term/tribe comes up, smacking of Aeolus, husband of Enarete, the latter smacking of Nerthus, the goddess worshiped by Varni and Oxonae. Moreover, Aoelus was a son of Hellen who provided Greece with Achaeans, who lived in the Pisa / Elis theater. The mother of mythical Achaeus was Creusa, and "another" Creusa was made the wife of Oeneus-like Aeneas, Trojan (read as the line of Khyan) founder of the Romans. "Another" Creusa was "bore Hypseus, King of the Lapiths..." Ixion was a Lapith king too.
It was pharoah Akhenaten that I traced to Nevers and Autun, and to Nibelungs, and therefore to the Centaur cult of Ixion and Nephele. Ixion had been identified (by me) as a Khyan line. It was Nibelungs who were part of, or merged with, Varangians to form the vikings of infamy who succeeded in rising to power throughout Europe, and by spoil and pillaging became the Templar / Rosicrucian bankers. It's the Veres who are the Mason-Rosicrucian junction, for Veres were both from Massovia and from the Redone Rus that provided Varangians. So says lonely me.
Back to the proposed link of "Oxena(forda)" to Aachen = Aix-la-Chapelle. The Capelli surname was from the Venice theater, where the Vere-related Ferrari were first found. We read: "The Capelli family lived in the city of Ferrara [Modena area], where the Cappelli family occupied many of the first seats in the Estensi Court in the 12th century." I assume Estensi to be of the nearby Este location beside Euganeo; the latter place had traced a few updates ago to Hoger-like Augers (Ferrari lion)...as well as to Aachen = Aix-la-Chapelle!!
Moreover, the Capelli Coat is the same cap or "chapeau" as the Biden/Buttons Coat, while Bidens not only use bull/ox horns, but were first found in Hampshire, where Drakes were first found. That gives reason to trace Oxford to the cattle industry of the Butteri Latins, which reminds of the trace made of the African Boofima cult to Butteri. The trace was never made hard by any means, but something(s) tipped me off that it should prove true.
The above tends to be cause for a "Capell" trace to "Goplo." It works because I traced Merovingians both to Goplo and to Euganeo (not to mention Este). In fact, the Euganeo-Este trace to Merovingians and Aachen came first, and it reminded me of the Merovingian claim of their descent from Veneti-branch Trojans. This does not contradict a trace to Aeneas-branch Trojans, for Venus>Veneti was his mother.
It all looks good for an Oxford trace to Hogens/Hogers and therefore to Yonges. Both Yonges and Hogens are proposed here as the line to/from Pharisees, and so note above that we again got to the Pharisee-suspect Ferrari line, via the Auger=Ferrari Coat to Oxena(ford). It strongly suggests that de-Vere's Drakenberg priesthood, if it is that, is Pharisaic to the very blood. It was suggested that Hogens use the black Shield of the Prests, the ones using the estoiles that were traced suggestively above to Aosta. But now that Hogens/Hogers are tracing to Euganeo, the Prest estoiles link also to Este. In a nutshell, that lends support for identifying both Hogens/Hogers and Prests as the Ferrari>Pharisee (or Pharisee>Ferrari) line.
How many Christians have claimed that Kenneth Hagen is a "Pharisee" (so to speak) in evangelical circles, beautiful on the outside and money-sick on the inside? LOOK AT WHAT WAS JUST FOUND. The "agendo" term in the Auger motto suggested that "Hogen" was also "Hagen, and even as the Hagen Coat was loading I recalled that it uses a quartered Shield in blue and white, exactly like the quartered Shield of the Hogens/Hogers!!!!! Five exclamatons for that surprise and it's implications.
The Hagen fish and the Hagen boot suggest Butua = Butteri. The Hagen lion is yet another Ulman-style lion, which tends to support the recent trace of Almos>Arpad Hungarians to Euganeo. If I recall correctly, I made the Euganeo trace first to Hungarians, then to Merovingians, and only later proved that Hungarians were Merovingians by the fundamental Ulm link to Goplo...that is represented in a nutshell by Yonges.
Knowing now that Hagens were Hogans/Hogers of Bavaria, the white-on-blue lozenges in the Dutch Hagen Coat are likely the Bavarian lozenges. Kenneth Hagen could be one excellent example of a Bavarian-Illuminatist infiltrating evangelical circles, not just to rob, but perhaps to keep private notes on his membership, for future persecution by the Illuminati.
The HagenBACK HagenBECK variations of the Dutch branch had me looking at the Back Coats, suspect as Apachnas elements. The German Back/Bach Coat looks very applicable, a gold calf -- in Hagen colors - the symbol, I've maintained, of the Exodus calf...fashioned with the intent of returning Moses' Israelites to Khyan. The Back/Bach motto includes "cruce spes," partially traced (by me) to the Space/Speccot surname. It was the "agendo" motto term of the Augers that got us to the Hagen surname, but then Augers also use Spectomur" that seems Speccot-applicable.
The blue Back/Back wings are almost the blue Bauer wings, and exactly the Herzog / Hare wings. Herzogs were first found in Bavaria. Trevors were first found in Herefordshire, and Hares use the same blue wings.
The other Back Coat uses a black eagle, perhaps the personal eagle of Charlemagne. Welsh Bachs show a greyhound in Crest that could link to the John-Yonge-of-Wales greyhound, and ZOWIE YES, for there is a Trevor location in Denbigh, where Bachs were first found (the John Yonge Coat is identical (in essence) to the Trevor Coat). The Witteltons, found It was the Baughe and Bawghe variations of the bachs that helped to trace such terms both to the Boffima>Baphomet cult, and to Bavaria's Bowers / Bogens. To find Bachs/Baughes/Bawghs now linked to Yonges verifies what was already understandable, that Rothschilds were in their ancestry the Yonges and Hogens. I feel I can make that claim without error.
But yes Bachs are also suspect as Rothschild ancestry, and this is where it gets Pilate interesting. It was suggested at the top of the Yonge topic that they should link to the Pilate Caledonians, and here we now find Yonges in the Bachs, the latter showing stars in colors reversed to the Callus/COLE and Kyle stars. I wasn't going to mention this because further evidence for a Bach-Callus link was not yet in, but then I happened to load the John-Yonge Coat to compare its lion to a Rothschild lion in my files, and though they are not identical, I happened to see a pipe in the mouth of the John-Yonge lion. Go ahead and see if you see it.
Years ago, at a Kyle-Society webpage, there was a gold lion and a pipe (yes, the kind one smokes) that the page linked to king Cole. I realized at that time that the black on gold lion in the Arms of Flanders had a pipe-like shape for the lion's tongue, and I now see that the John-Yonge and Trevor lions are gold-on-black. We therefore have a link of the Yonge clan to the same Callus/Cole/Aul clan/bloodline highly suspect for providing Pontius Pilate's mother. Again, Yonges use piles. Again, the Valerius bloodline, suspect as the Pilate bloodline, was traced to a greyhound symbol, and to a Pagan surname that I think is kin to the Backs and Bachs.
Yes, the Khyan entity. As I trace both "John" and "Yonge" to the Khyan entity, remember that the Jones/Johanna surname was first found in DenBIGH, where Bachs were first found, and where Trevors lived. The Trevor write-up traces to a Wittington location, and Wittingtons too were first found in Denbigh. The Wittington Coat uses only Bauer-colored stars, and there's a goat in Crest that should link again to the Boofima Bavarians / Bauers. Wittingtons should have been Trabys (in Bach colors) because they were first found in DERBYshire, and because Trevors (in Traby-bugle colors) are suspect as Trabys.
After writing all the above, the Bogan (with an 'a') Coat was loaded to find "Black with a silver cockatrice." The Trevor Crest: "A black cockatrice."
The Back stars are in the colors of the Beck/Bech cross, and the latter use a pelican in Crest. I was amazed to find just now that German Becks use the Yung/Jung stag design!!! German Becks (metal on metal) were first found in Westphalia, where Aachen and the Aachen surname developed. It raises the question as to whether "Aachen" traces to "Akhenaten" or to "Khyan, for Becks and Bachs smack of "Apachnas."
With this link of Becks and Bachs to Yonges of the Traby fold, can it be said that the Traby 666, if it is a 666, and the Drake 666, if it is a 666, was fundamental to the Khyan = Apachnas line? Is there a 666-club in the modern world of Freemasons who joke about their "sacred" number? What sorts of means did they design to disguise it from us, or at least to portray it in such a way as to have recourse for denial when needed? Might they long have used 9-9-9 as code for 6-6-6. What the fact the 9-9-9 is now in our faces as per a Cain surname that may soon sit on the Washington throne? I'm asking with caution not knowing whether Herman Cain is in the Book of Life or not; I'm not trying to judge.
Here's some clip from my writings: "...the sovereign of the Dragon Court of the Royal House of Vere." At another webpage, that of "The Ancient and Sovereign and Order" (this is where de-Vere is "prince")...The page of the Ancient and Sovereign DragonCourt and Order shows a red wyvern..." Then, another red wyvern at the page of "The Sovereign Grand Duchy of Drakenberg, where we read: "The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court is a closed fraternity of individuals, fronted by those who trace their ancestry and affiliations back to the ancient Grail and Dragon families." It's signed:
HRH Prince Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg KGC, KCD,
Sovereign Grand Master and Magister Templi
For lack of exercise in the True Light, the fraternity is going to suffer a fatal blood clot. We read: "The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court is the ancient Household Court and Order of the senior Angevin descendants of the Imperial and Royal House of Vere of Caledonia, Anjou and Lorraine, and the physical embodiment of the Sovereign Princedom of Drakenberg; which is recognised under European Law as a sovereign ethnic racial group; the principle nation state of the Draconian peoples."
If the EU accepts it, how many leaders in the EU are fellow stooges of this bloodline? Can I form my own country too based solely on blood type? Oh, you mean I'm not important enough? Oh, my blood type isn't important enough? No wait, I'm a Ferrari and Mason bloodliner.
You know they're fooling themselves about having a country of their own. You can't have a country that's closed to others. Everyone else will despise it and bring it to spoil. They'll throw their garbage over the fence and into their yard, just for fun. The insiders will be too afraid to step outside, which may be why never see Rothschilds on the news. Come to think of it, I don't see too many Veres either. Nothing like being a rich recluse, I guess. Like Jesus said, the people of darkness are afraid to come into the light, where the day exposes their evil.
Did you catch the Caledonian part of that "principal nation state" hoopla? I'll bet you two pints of blood that it's the ghost of Pontius Pilate behind it, dangling chains. Did you catch the Lawrie topic in the last update, as it links to Herman Cain's 9-9-9? The Lawries linked to Lorraines. It had seemed to me that the Lorraine Coat and the Arms of Lorraine use a version of the Space/Speccot Coat, this being the surname implied by the Ferrari-related Auger motto, of a bloodline that traces to "Oxenaford/Oxnaforda."
After writing the above, an different topic altogether came to mind and yet it led to a Ferrari-like motto term, which I haven't seen many of, if any at all. Last night or earlier this morning as I awoke, the idea occurred that "Tortona," in Alessandria, being a place to which I traced Hungarians, was related to "Horton," using a stag. We're entering the Herod zone here, for the Horton Crest is a dolphin, traceable to Dauphine. The dolphin is a purplish blue that reminds me of "blue blood," and Vere are suspect for worshipping "blue blood," likely that of the blue and white Stewarts. But Pilates are also in blue and white, and they originated, according to my findings thus far, in the Pagans and Valerys of Dauphine. Herods are expected there as Redones.
Moving on, the idea being Tortona=Horton is that Hortons were originally "Thorton," and entering that term, what came up but a purple lion in Crest, and "hawthorn trees"...that appear to be code for the "Thornton" variation of Thortons. And, the Hawthorn Coat (compares with Tancred and Tankerville Coats) has been shown before as a variation of Hautevilles, the ancestry of pile-using Guiscards. The Hawthorn Coat also uses hawthorn trees.
The Hawthorns, Tancreds, Tankervilles and Guiscards all use red (and white), the color of the torteux (roundels) that I link to Tortona. The "tuta" motto term of the Thortons suggests the Valerius line that was led to by the "tout" term of the Rollo Coat. The term led to red and white Touts/Toots/Toothills, and to Thistles. I'm keeping in mind that down the Rollo-Coat page, a stag appears in the Crest. The Horton stag can possibly link to the Rollo line just because Thortons were of the Guiscards, a Rollo line. The Rollo Crest is a black boar (Vere-boar design), possibly (highly likely) indicating Esau-ites, jibing with the proposed Herod theme of "Hort(on)." In case you've forgotten, the Rollo surname was first found in Perthshire, where we expect Pontius Pilate's mother.
It may mean that Thortons, and therefore Guiscards, were Herods, but why not also the Rollo line itself since I identify it as Varangian Rus (we expect red here, of the Redones), same as I identify Veres. And it just so happens that the Rollo Coat uses blue boars, the color of the boar in the Vere Crest. But if Thortons are Herods, it explains why torteux are red roundels. The Arms of Tortona, a red Shield.
Reading down the page at the Tortona article, we find a legendary Saint Marcianus of Tortona, which pagan horseplay can be understood as the Marici peoples of that area, allies of the Laevi. Then, as some direct proof that Thortons were named after Tortona (earlier "Derthona"), the motto includes "merces." It may certainly apply that "Le Morte d'Arthur" was initially, "Le Morte DARTHur," not just because we expect Arthurs to have been Herods / Horts, but because the Darth surname (uses the Vince/Vinch griffo-dragon) is also "Death." Instead of a "trefoil," the Darth griffin has a "three leafed clover," perhaps code for Clovis. Here's the Clover Coat, with the Moratin tower.
ZOWIE, there is a Derth/Arthe surname (just a blank white Shield with a blank black Chief) first found in Stirlingshire, where the fatal would of king Arthur is believed to have taken place. "The saga of the Derth family begins among the people of the ancient tribe of the Picts. They lived in the barony of Airth in Stirlingshire." How's that for tracing the Arthurian cult, as expected, to the "Pictish girl," the mother of Pontius Pilate? "Airth" could certainly link to Ayrshire and the Ayer/Air and Hayer/Air surnames, explaining why Pilate blood seems to trace to Ayrshire as well. Don't forget, when Arthur was wounded, he retreated to, and died in, Bute, off the Ayrshire coast.
The Thorton write-up: "First found in Cheshire where the founder of the family was Peter Thornton, Secretary to the Blundells." Entering "Mercy," we find the Meysey/Maisie clan (cinquefoils) out of Stewart-infected Brittany (alluding to blue-blood there), but expected in Cheshire as a Massey-related clan. Moving to the Blundells, a "ferar" motto term occurs, making the clan suspect as the Ferrari>Pharisee line. The "Unus" motto term is easily deciphered as the Inces beside Cheshire. INCE'S USE TORTEAUX!!! I just realized that this minute, I kid you not.
The Blundell write-up: "First found in Lancashire where they were granted lands at Ince by William the Conqueror in 1066 A.D. William Blundell or Blondell, Lord of Ince." The Scottish Ince/Inch clan was first found in...Perthshire.
Excellent, yet another successful claim to Holy-Spirit guidance. It just can't be coincidental that I could start with a Thorton suspicion to Tortona, and then find torteux so quickly from direct Thorton kin.
The Blundell Shield is blue, and the motto is translated: "I will be borne along one and the same." It almost sounds like bloodline worship, the blunder of the royals who brought incestuous-based diseases on the rest of us. The Blundell symbols are blocks that I might trace to Plock in Massovia, since after all Pollocks/Polks use the same boar...that I suspect as the Calydonian boar. You get it, I'm inferring Pilate's mother.
The Blundell blocks are called "ten silver squares." That is, the Coat is white on blue, Pilate colors, Stewart colors, Macey colors. Blue blood colors. My Masci-line mother said that I was born blue. She said that it was due to getting to the hospital late, but I have a feeling that God intended it for this very discussion. You could say that He had me pegged for this project from birth.
The Blundell Crest is exactly the Aachen-Crest lion. The same lion is also used by the Fergus', and so let's not forget the "ferar" motto term of the Blundells...for I traced Ferraris solidly to Fergus' in the last update.
The French Blundells were first found in Picardy, as with the French Blonds (said to be of Guisnes elements). The latter use "An armed foot in front of the sun, proper," and then we have the Foots, first found in Cheshire, using a black chevron, same as chevron of the Thortons (likewise first found in Cheshire). In fact, yet another motto term of Thortons, "fidele," has in the past been traced to Foetes (Bavaria). But the "foot of a mountain" suggested in the Foot write-up reminds me of "Piedmont," said to be derived in "foot of the mountain." It just so happens that Tortona is in Piedmont.
Moreover, the Foot Crest is a (red) griffin, and the province of Alessandria (where Tortona is found) uses griffins in its the Arms of its capital city of the same name.
For the sake of anyone who wants to go deeper, the Thorn-using clans could be linked to Thistles, as they had been linked to Touts / Toots(hills). The Blundell "squares" may be code for the same clan as the Tout square, called a "canton." The MalaSPINA clan of the Piedmont theater could apply to thorns and thistles, for that is the meaning of "spina," and not only did I trace Malaspinas to Malahule of the Rollo line, but the Spines and Spoons were first found in Warwickshire while Spoons use a boar head in colors reversed to the Rollo boar head. To be exact, Malaspinas were found by me to be of Massa-Carrara, which was traced to Massovia, but that was before learning that the capital of Warsaw, was indeed linked to Warwick. As the Blundell squares are similar to block-like objects of the Plocks/Plucknetts (Oxfordshire) and Blocks, the Blundell squares likely trace to Plock of Massovia.
It took until now to try "Ferar," the Blundell motto term. It shows a Farrow variation, and brings up horseshoes, assuring linkage all the more to Ferraris. Ferars/Farrows were first found in Yorkshire, as were Thorton-suspect Hortons, and then neighboring Lancashire and Durham is where Thorton-related Blundells and Hawthorns were first found. My guess is that the purple lion in the Thorton Crest belongs to Yorkshire Skiptons, who were Shiptons (said to be from "scip"), first found in Oxfordshire. Shiptons use so-called "bellows," and the Bellow clan, first found in Cheshire as with Thortons, use cinquefoils in Tankerville-cinquefoil colors, and colors reversed to the Hawthorn cinquefoils.
If the purple lion of the Skiptons and Thortons is code for porphyry, the "royal disease," it's no surprise that it traces to Veres. We've seen two clans come up in Oxfordshire, but after that, "Hort" was entered to find yet a third. Horts, properly shown as "Hurt," even use more cinquefoils, and a stag in Crest. By what coincidence are Horts/Hurts and Shiptons first found in Oxfordshire while Skiptons and Hortons were both first found in Yorkshire? Therefore, as Thortons use a purple lion too, it can appear as though Hortons and Thortons are from the same term modified, just as I thought the Holy Spirit implied when the idea presented itself out of the blue last night or early this morning.
Why does God want us to know that detail? Were the Hortons and Hurts the Herods? Why do the Arms of Oxford use a chain-wielding elephant? As I trace the elephant to Esau-ites, and as Herods are suspect as Esau-ites, could we reason that "Hurt" and "Hort" came first, and only afterward did they become Thorton- and Tortona-like? Does that trace Herods to Tortona? I did trace the Alis' to Alessandria, and they are definitely Maceys=Maccabees. In fact, Alis' became a topic at all in my investigations only because Meschins of Cheshire merged with Skiptons of Yorkshire and named their daughters, Alis/Alice. Shortly afterward, i traced the Alis surname to the Ali family of Messina, not knowing then that Alessandria used griffins, the only symbol in the Ali Coat. The Ali griffin is white on red, the colors of the Tortona lion.
I wrote the latter parts of the paragraph above while thinking on a new idea that just came to mind, that Sigrid the Haughty (daughter of Mieszko, queen of Danes) was a Hauteville / Hawthorn. It certainly explains why Guiscards have traced to the Mieszkos. The Hawty Coat was loading while I was writing on the Alis', and then I noted that "Hallis" is an Alis variation just seconds after seeing the white-on-black talbots in the Hawty Coat!!! Mama mia, Hulls, you see, use white-on-black talbots too, and were first found in Yorkshire, as with the Hawtys. AND, the Alis/Alices are said to have been in northeastern England...where Yorkshire is found.
Did it appear when I started the Horton-Thorton discussion that they traced to Pontius Pilate? He traces, so far as I have established the groundwork, to the Callus/Cole surname with "Aul" variation, same as the Aule variation of Halls (black on white talbots too). Doesn't the Hull Crest look Romanish?
Whose blue lion is in the Crest of the Arms of Oxford? Emailer Patterson's vision from God -- I do truly believe -- concerning a blue lion, called "Cappeo" to the best of her recollection, took place while I was on the Hall and Halland topic which she herself had steered me toward (she has a Hall bloodline). Hallands/Hallams not only use a blue lion, but were first found in Yorkshire. Veres trace themselves to the Picts as they developed into the Scots, suggesting linkage to the early Scot king Malcolms/MalCallams. While "Callam" smacks of "Hallam," the Callam saltire (in the colors of the Hallam lion) is used also by the York surname. It was me, not emailer Patterson, who found the York Coat some days or weeks after her vision, and I was floored to find a "copias" motto term there. To boot, the Coppers were discovered shortly afterward, likewise using a blue saltire.
I can't make out whether the Malcolm/MalCallam stag heads are those of the Horton Coat. But even if not identical, the Herod link to the Malcolms can yet be made tentative by an assumed link to the Horton stag. The following part of the Malcolm write-up then becomes large: "The Callums were an import branch of the Clan McLeod of Raasay." McLeods are the ones with a Herod-surname sept, and they are also the ones having a Lure sept that was just traced to Ulm = the Almos Hungarians...depicted with a stag. Consider too that the Thorton investigation led straight-away to Inces/Ines', while the McLeod castle is used also by the Innes clan.
To no great surprise, actually, the Lure Coat uses a gold star on a blue chevron, reflecting the gold stars on the blue Malcolm saltire. And then the blue York saltire has a gold besant. Lures also use red roses, symbol of English Yonges. I've already mentioned that the Great/Grete Coat is a blue-on-white saltire, but because it uses royal blue, Malcolm comes to mind. Note that the Great/Grete saltire is "engrailed." The surname was first found in HEREfordshire.
The topic is coming full-circle to the Yonges, for the Innis motto uses "Prudentia," as with the Yonge motto. And Yonges were Hungarians too, if not the proto-Hungarians that provided for Almos in the first place. For what it may be worth to you, the Innes motto, "Spectomur agendo," is identical to the Auger motto. We saw that Augers were Hogens/Hogers, kin of the Yonges. As Yonges are suspect as the people group which gave birth to Pontius Pilate, which thus far looks like Vere-rooted Caledonians, we have the peculiarity of the DunKELD dynasty, the dynasty from which Malcolm III was descended.
As the Rollo-Dane line is also suspect in the Caledonian line back to Pilate's mother, we may suspect that the Rollo line was in the Dun part of "Dunkeld." The point waiting to be made is that the CALLus/Cole/Aul surname (with the Pilate pheon) was first found in Argyllshire, as with the Malcolms/CALLums. It's no wonder that Malcolms were appearing to link to Pilate's mother.
Lures were in neighboring Ayrshire, and we may suspect that Lures had a non-Hungarian side. We know that, as per king Leir, Lures linked to Leicester's Ligurians, but we expect Lures to trace back to wherever McLeods trace. I recall tracing Tokers to Teagues, and later it was discovered (thanks Tim) that Teagues are yet another sept of McLeods. I mention this because Toker elements are implied in the "Toujours" motto term of English Yonges.
What we have clinched now is McLeod and Dunkeld involvement in the Pilate bloodline, and the colors of both the McLeods and Malcolms are Pilate colors. It may have been wrong to say the "non-Hungarian" side of Lures because Lures may have been the proto-Hungarian line of the Yonges. The reasoning is that Lures and Leirs were from the Rome-area Liris river, beside the Hercinians who were in turn beside Valeria. The "Toujours jeune" motto of the Yonges had traced to Juno, chief goddess of the Romans, a Khyan bloodline from the Oeneus river. Might we expect Juno elements to have crossed the English Channel with Liris elements when Caesar began his British conquest?
Yes, but these were not the Caledonians. However, as the evidence for Pilate's birth is pointing both to the Yonges and to parts of the McLeods, we can assume, as the evidence has just demanded, that these Roman entities had merged with Caledonians. We might even equate McLeods with Yonges, as even the Lure roses are the Yonge roses. Or put it this way, that as Yonges and Lures both trace to Ulm, and as Lures and Malcolms are sub-entities stemming from McLeods, chances are, Yonges and McLeods were closely related in some way. While McLeods use the Innes castle, and Innes' use the Auger motto, Augers were Hogens/Hogers, the latter using the Yonge rings in colors reversed.
It's a complicated mess, but God wants me to fish some sucker out of this and hang it up on a line for all to see.
Thus far, McLeods are Merovingians in my view, as are the Innes' at Moray. The Innes motto traces to Aachen, home of the new Pepinids in support of Carolingians. Camel-using Pepinids trace to king Cole, and he it is that should trace to Caledonians. He is it that should trace to the mother of Pilate just because he was a major mythical player. Strip away all the Polish, Frank, and Roman elements from Britain, and the Kyles are still there as Caledonians. That's my view, anyway.
But the Rollo clan is suspect amongst the Pilate-related Caledonians, which I bring up again because I don't recall showing a comparison of the Rollo stag (see half way down the page) and the Celt/Cult stag. IT'S THE SAME STAG DESIGN EXACTLY!!!
The Celt/Cult Coat has the Pilate pheon too, and was a clan first found in Perthshire. Although DunKELD-based Malcolms were first in Argyllshire, as with Callums/COLes/Auls who use the Celt/Cult pheon (not to mention that Cammells were first found in Argyllshire), the Duncan surname -- the founding surname of the Dunkelds -- was first found in Forfarshire, beside the Celts/Cults of Perthshire. The Duncan Coat uses two white cinquefoils on red, suggesting links to the Horton>Thorton discussion. That's the second time, at least, that the Malcolm line has linked to Herods in this discussion.
I recall tracing "Forfar" to "Forez" (beside Burgundy i.e. where French Pilates were first found), and so let me show the horseshoes of the Ferriers, a surname first found in Forez. The suspicion here is that the Ferrari>Pharisee line was in Forfar, smack beside the place where Pontius Pilate was reportedly born. This is not the first time that the idea of a Pharisee-line alliance with Pilates in the Perthshire theater has come up. The previous idea had been that Pharisees got control of Judea because they had been related to the Pilate line. The Ferriere horseshoes, three of them, just happen to be in the white-on-blue colors of the three Pilate-surname pheons.
When we go to the Forez Coat, it's nearly the Herod/Hurl Coat. Did we see above that the McLeod sept of Malcolms was first found in Argyllshire? Yes, and ditto for the McLeod sept of Herods/Hurls. Did we trace the "tout" term to the Valerius>Pilate line? Yes, and the Fores/Forez motto is "Tout travers." Can we see a link of that motto to the John-Yonge relationship with Tudor Trevor?
The Travers are suspect as Herod-line relations, therefore, which gives up the importance of Trabys to the Freemasonic world. Travers just happen to use a chevron in colors revered to the Derby(shire)/Darby chevron, in case you were doubting a link to Cheshire-theater Traby. Travers also use the same boar head as Rollos, who use theirs in the blue of the identical boar heads of Irish Darbys/Dermots. The Ferrers, whom we will meet below, were of Derbyshire holdings.
Perhaps the green of the Forez' and Herods/Hurls is that of the MacCabe-branch Maccabees of Arran. It works where the Forez surname was first found in Savoy, where the French Masseys were first found who use a boot as code for Bute, smack in the Argyll theater and beside Arran. Rollos had their Candie / Candida line there in Savoy, and the Rollo-Coat red "canton" was linked to the same of the Tout Coat...and identified as code for the Candie / Candida clan. The mystery is becoming smaller, and yet far more intriguing.
When we look at the Travers Coat, the Meschin scallops come up. I peg the Meschins in the Travers scallops for multiple reasons. First, the "Temere" motto code of the Travers has already been traced to Meres and DeMerers, both first found in Cheshire and using colors reversed to Travers. Also, and this is not the last of the reasons, Ranulf le Meschin was the next ruler of Chester after the son of Hugh D'Avranches, and Hugh was not only in charge of Welsh issues, but some of his titles passed to the Ferrers clan:
After William became king of England, Hugh was given the command of Tutbury Castle in Staffordshire, but in 1071 he was promoted to become the first Earl of Chester, with palatine powers in view of Cheshire's situation on the Welsh border where he was to function as the main bulwark against the Welsh. Tutbury with its surrounding lands was passed to Henry de Ferrers.
The Ferrers Coat likewise (as with Ferrieres) shows white horseshoes, but on black, the colors of the Travers and Meschin scallops. We might already be thinking that the "tout" terms used by Rollos and Travers were of Tutbury, and indeed that clinches the Ferrers link to Ferriers, VERY IMPORTANT because it links the Ferrers to the Pilate line.
It's now necessary to repeat my trace of Ralph de Vere, mentioned by Nicholas de Vere, where Ralph was traced (by de-Vere) to Blackwood in Lanarkshire, where the red Lanark heart symbol is suspect as a Herod line. The Lanark surname was first found in Argyllshire, where the Dunkeld Malcolms were first found, and the top of the Lanark Coat smacks too much of the Duncan Coat to be coincidence. It was the Duncans, first found in Forfarshire, that started the discussion now leading to Lanarks. The last time that I was on Lanarks, they were traced to Lanuvium at Rome, beside Ardea, itself identified as the Herod line to the Arthurian cult. The Duncan Shield (minus the symbols) just happens to be the Arthur Shield.
The point was, when I was working on identifying Ralph de Vere (1st update February 2000), I traced his son, Thomas de Vere, to a kin of Hugh d'Avrances, and moreover claimed that it was part of the Ranulf-le-Meschin line to Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray. The Arms of Thomas Moray are shown at Wikipedia, three mascles in the colors of the Vere Coat. Also, the Scottish Veres/Weirs use Moray stars...used also by the Douglas' beside their red heart. By what coincidence have I just identified McLeod-based Malcolms as Herods while Innes', using the McLeod castle, were from Moray and use stars in colors reversed to the Moray stars? Moreover, Innes' also use Zionist stars in the blue-on-white of the Israeli flag.
Again, the Blundells that were lords of Ince had been the Thortons, discovered only above as Hortons = Hurts/Horts.
There's lots of good fodder above for the serious investigator to get deeper into the mouse stash. It's no small matter if it can be discovered that Freemasons are, at their heart, the multiple bloodlines that killed, or lent support toward killing, Jesus Christ. It's no wonder that they would want to cover their mouse tracks.
While in the latter part of the above discussion, I found an English Pilotte Coat with a chevron in the colors of the Pagan/Payen chevron, and colors reversed to the Valery chevron. The Coat uses grails (!), and they happen to be "covered." The Pilottes/Pillows, in the colors of the piles of the Piles, were first found in Lincolnshire, where I trace Redones that I suspect named the Herods. The German Covers use the same colors, and the gold leopard head in the red Pile canton (!) might be that of the Covert Crest. More on this Pilotte discovery as it comes to mind, but I can tell you this, that my knowing a long-time emailer with the surname, Covert-Maness, is suddenly starting to make some Pilate-related sense, for both Maness' (in Pile / Pilotte colors too) and Piles were first found in Northumberland.
Continuing with the Innes-of-Moray topic, let me recap. Moray was a Merovingian bastion that held the Mackay Maccabees, the Rollo Pilates and Valerius', the Ferrers>Pharisee Veres, the McLeod>Malcolm Herods, and the Hurt>Horton>Thorton>Ince/Inis>Innes Herods. Anyone of those entities at Moray are likely to have merged by marriage with any or all of the others, creating a foul pool of incestuous children threatening the human race with genetic malfunctions and diseases. I have heard over and over again the pain suffered daily by emailer Pollock as to her porphyry disease. And emailer Covert-Maness has described her own daily pain due to her ailment(s). An emailer with a Tuttal/Tuttle bloodline (related to Toothills) also has porphyry, and so I feel that the message from God to me personally is that these diseases trace to the Vere-Masseys...who in a nutshell describe Freemasonry. And Nicholas de Vere has laid it out online, in the full view of humanity, that Drakenberg is a closed genetic-pool society. The dragon has been practicing this closed society for who knows how long.
Imagine how healthy Europe would be if the kings down through the centuries were not all closely related by design. But even the practitioners of modern democracy practice Freemasonry, and choose their own kind for political positions, and for marital alliances. Where does this nonsense end? At Armegeddon, when God will no longer allow the children of the anti-Christ to rise up and rule the world. At that time, when the lines of current rulers are no longer important, their youngsters will choose any one in their own neighborhood, regardless of blood type, out of pure fancy, as it should be.
The Travers, highly suspect in the 666-Traby bloodline, use "timide" as a motto code. In fact, I come across many who use the Travers motto exactly, "Nec temere nec timide." I've been slow in trying to decipher "timide," and of course "Timothy" comes to mind. But recently (last update), it was shown that Timms/Times of Kent, related to the Massins/Masons of Kent, were the line to Moray's "Deum Time" motto. The motto was traced to the marriage of Esau's son to Timna, sister of Lotan.
Keeping in mind that the John-Yonge Coat is exactly that of Tudor Trevor, let me quote from the top of the article on High D'Avranches: "Hugh d'Avranches (born c. 1047 - died 27 July 1101), also known as le Gros (the fat) and Lupus (Wolf) was the first Earl of Chester and one of the great magnates of early Norman England." I wasn't conscious of the Gros part when I traced Valerius Gratus to the Graut/Gros surname using a greyhound. Not only does the John-Yonge Crest show a greyhound, but the English Yonge Crest is a wolf.
Did you note that the personal wolf of Hugh D-Avrances (shown at the article) is in the white-on-blue colors of the Pilate pheons? These are also the colors of the Ferriere horseshoes, which recalls Hugh's titles going to Ferrers. Scottish Veres to Moray, who were the Ferres by the proof of this page the Sheriff of Berkshire shortly after Henry de Ferrers was Aubrey de Vere, I think the same man who founded the Vere earldom in Oxford), used the same colors in their Moray stars. Does this not trace Hugh to the Pilate bloodline with some great certainty, as expected where his lineage was of the Rollo bloodline? Didn't we see the Rollo chevron to be the same as the Pilotte chevron?
Has it not been made plain now that the Valerius underpinnings to the Pilate bloodline, which somehow incorporated the Pharisee bloodline, is represented in Hugh d'Avrances' Gros bloodline? Therefore, when we are told that "gros" means "the fat," it's just fodder thrown onto the mouse stash to keep us from exposing it. I smell something very bad in that mouse stash, and it smells like the urine of the Vere-Masseys, building up over the centuries. It can no longer be contained because the whole world is starting to smell it on Obama's pants.
I have seen online evidence that the Goz side of Hugh was also "Gois" and "Gros." The Goz side was in the mother of Ranulf le Meschin, now exposing that he was of the Valerius-Gratus bloodline...that Rollo had married in Poppa of Valois. Rollo married kin of the line that helped to murder Jesus Christ. And Obama is doing his best to murder Israel, restrained only by the fact that the Appointed Time has not yet arrived.
In the Sheriff of Berkshire page above, there is a list of sheriffs, with Hugh of Buckland sandwiched between Aubrey de Vere. The Bucklands were first found in Buckinghamshire, suggesting that Bucklands were from pharoah Khyan. The Buckland Coat shows red-on-white lions, the same lion as in the German Buck Coat, and in the latter's Crest (not to mention the Buckess/Buches Crest), the same wing design as the Herzogs and Heres that I trace to Herod elements. But the "Virtute" motto code of the Bucks is traced (by me) to both Veres and to the Valerius line, for in English, the term is translated as, "valo(u)r."
The Buckleys/Bulkelys (anciently styled "of Mascy") were of Cheshire, and use the motto, "Nec temere nec timide," and they are in Mere and Demere colors. The motto was just found in the Travers Coat (Meschin scallops), and the latter use the same Shield as the Buckles/Bulkelys. The bull head in the Buckley/Bulkely Coat is likely that of the Mieske Coat, for both Veres and Meschins trace to Mieszko. Heads up on the "hole" term in the Buckley/Bulkely write-up, as it's code for the same-colored Halls/Holes, first found in Lincolnshire, where the same-colored English Bucks were first found.
You've seen plenty of black and white in these Buck-like clans, the colors of the Bacon-Chief stars. French Bacons use what looks like a version of the Lanark Coat, the one with the red heart. The idea here is that Apachnas lines were also Herod lines. Why? Probably because Pagans/Payens were in Redone country?
As the Khyan=Apachnas line was just traced to Oeneus=Juno, and Oeneus=Juno to the Yonges, while Yonges were identified as proto-Hungarians, what about the Hungarians settling in Aberdeenshire, where Scottish Buckens/Buchans were first found? Don't they sound like Bogens, whom were linked above to Hogens/Hogers, a Yonge-related clan? By what bowincidence were both Bogens and German Buckens/Buchers first found in Bavaria? Entering "Buchanan," and ignoring the write-up's trace to "cannon," we find a lion in the colors of the Bogen bow. We also find another "hinc" motto term, which can trace to the Hinch/Ince surname that was just traced to Herods.
It's possible that Cannons ("tutus" motto term and a so-called "pellet") originated in Buchanans, but not vice-versa so far as I'm seeing things. However, I'm open to a Khyan-like term first founding Cannons / Cannings, and then evolving into Buchanons when, for example, meeting up with Buckens / Buchans. Judging at first glance by the TirConnel location of the Cannons, and their "wolf" code, Cannons were from canine-like Cannels/Connels (Muskerry elements). Conns/Cauns were first found in Aberdeenshire (!), that exclamation mark meaning that I didn't know it until that part of the discussion. It's not surprising actually, as Scotland had a Buchan region in northern Aberdeenshire.
ZOWIE!!! The heraldic pellet (black roundel) was proposed as a Pilate-line symbol BEFORE I had found the Pilotte grails above. I had forgotten what the Pellet Coat uses: the same grails, in the same colors, as the Pilottes!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh yes, I'm reminded now that these same grails, in the same colors, are used by the Shaws, first found in Perthshire where the birth of Pontius Pilate has been reported (by Wikipedia, for one). ZOWIE SOME MORE! The theory had been that Caiaphas (the one who most wanted Jesus dead) was named after the Chaves elements of the Shaw bloodline, and shortly above we saw so-called "COVERED cups" in the Pillote Coat!!! Just like that, the pagan grail cult is traced to the cup of the Pharisees that Jesus condemned! And it verifies that Pharisees and Pilates were somehow related in Perthshire.
Can anyone imagine that these Pilate-Pharisee-Herod-Maccabee-Khyan clans of the end times combined have been master-minding a massive persecution against Christ's sons? When they are enabled to carry it out, that will be the Appointed Time for the burning up of the mouse stash. Is God aloof from mankind at times? Not when his sons are being persecuted. Plague after plague will befall the world to signal the Doom Time, and to keep the mouses busy fixing things up. Are the mouses concerned for global warming? Not when the Doom Time comes, for the Heat will then be right at their tails. We might laugh if it were not so sickening, but then yes, God will laugh at that time, and we will sing the Doom-Time tune, when the white stars of God go up into the blue of the skies, with sunlit clouds wind-swept along under their beautiful feet. And their hearts will swell. You don't believe that it could ever happen? That's because the grim of this present world has the effect of making us lose hope in the Promise. The only brightness in this world is mere perception, the false promise of a bright future. Ask Obama's fantasial election promises. Where did all his giddy cats go? They're thinking of joining Hillary Clinton.
Khyan's descendants had traced to Trojans and therefore to Romans. It had been suspected that Khyan was ultimately given a canine=wolf symbol where the Caeni peoples were merged with mythical Priam / Paris at Parium/Parion (this was discussed in the 1st update of this month)a recent update). The Apollo cult at Rome is therefore suspect as the Khyan line there. Now, compare the oak tree of the German Bucken Coat with that of the Italian Apollo/Polloni Coat. It's the same tree, with nine acorns likely code for the nine witches of Apollo/Polloni-like Avalon.
Then ask why the Italian Pilos/Piloni Coat uses spears, same type spears as in the Pace/Pacenti Coat? Both clans were first found in Florence = Firenze (Tuscany). While the first clan smacks of the Apollo-Pollonis clan, the latter smacks of "Apachnas." In fact, the English Pace Coat is three gold roundels on a purple Shield, much like the three gold roundels on blue of the Bucking(ham)s and Cheney/Chanut-related Knottings.
Check out the cleverness and stupidity all at once of the Knotting write-up. After tracing to "Cnut / Canute," it gives the added blurb: "It may be that this is the origin of the English saying 'Brown as a nut,' used for someone who has spent a lot of time in the sun." The Brown Coat not only happens to be in the same colors, but uses "Floreat" for a Florence code. Yes, Browns use three fleur-de-lys, but they also use the Pilotte Shield, and fleur-de-lys are chief grail-cult symbols reflecting the three grails in the Pilotte Coat.
Therefore, Britain was recently ruled by the Brown-branch Pilotte bloodline linked to Apachnas elements, and is now ruled by a CAMERon with the five Rothschild arrows in Crest (note the ostrich feathers in the Rothschild Crest, and the "gritas" in "Intergritas"). Camerons were first found in Angus, and the Arms of Angus show the Douglas red heart and some Stewart-related buckles.
Angus (the same region as Forfarshire) is not far south of Buchen. The Duncans, first found in Forfarshire, because they were identified as Herods, might just link to the red heart of the Douglas' of Angus, for we saw that the Lanark Coat used a red heart and the cinquefoil part of the Duncan Coat. The Arms of Angus even shows a cinquefoil.
Browns were first found in CUMBERland. I traced "Cumber" to the Chemmites of the all-seeing-eye Uat cult, and Rothschilds are said to be a chief all-seeing-eye, world-controlling, closed-society, incest-mongering cult. Isn't "closed society" the very definition of Soviet Communism? And didn't the whole world hate Soviet Communism? It's no wonder Rothschilds are rarely on the talking-heads shows; they are snobby anti-social, money loving grubs in fine suits.
Spit! Come out of your think-tank holes and give back to the world the money you have stolen by endless market-controlling methods. Take us to court for slander, but you'll lose more than you can gain in the meantime, which is why Rothschilds never take conspiracy theorists to court...unless it's to their own kangaroo courts where execution may be first, then the trial. The press rarely covers their activities. How can that be?
I don't know by what coincidence it was that, after covering the Browns by way of the Apachnas discussion, I had nothing more to say on it, and so I went back to the Travers Coat and contemplated on its "timide" term. The Timm/Times Coat was re-loaded (which begs the question of whether the Times media relates), and there were three fleur-de-lys in Brian fleur colors! I now recall that the Timm/Times fleur were linked to the MontGOMERy fleur, which surname smacks of the Cumber/Comer, Camber/Commer, and Cameron clans.
The Doom Time is coming, Mr. Rothschild of London, to force your people to give back the trillions they control. Once a family gets so wealthy, it ought to practically give away profits, to the workers and customers alike, from its manufacturing claims. The goal in the Kingdom of God for any one bloodline shall not be to absorb the entire wealth of the planet no matter that it's done by shrewd and consistent "work ethic." The suffering of the poor is on your shoulders. The fake liberal politicians that cry for the poor when in public do not come to make the case of the poor before you, but it is you, and the likes of you, who has their money locked up for future investments.
I recall that the Moray Coat no longer shown at houseofnames.com, the one with the "Deum time" motto, used a lock in the Coat. I saw the same lock design in the Arms of a location viewed yesterday, but can't recall which location.
Thus far I have the mother of Pontius Pilate coming from the Kyle bloodline, and suspect from the Arthurian cult in days when history is foggy. As it's expected that the Pharisees were linked to the Kyle bloodline, let's show an Arms of the Kyles using the Annandale saltire. In this map of Galloway, Annan is smack beside a Gartus-like term, and across the water from Carlisle (only partly shown). I traced the Pendragons of Cornwall to Carlisle an d the adjacent Pennines. I identified the Arthurian cult as Edomite, and there beside Annan we see Dumfries. To the west of Dumfries in Galloway, where the Galli-based Caledonians are expected. Not far north of Maybole is Ayr, the location that named Ayrshire, where Kyles settled. One could imagine a migrational Kyle trek from Annan through Galloway to Ayr, especially of Kyles can be linked to the Arthurian cult at Carlisle.
One can begin to link Kyles to Arthurians by the king Cole who ruled Yorkshire. The idea of "old king Cole" might just have been invented (by cultists) as per the distinguishing of the Cole line from others who came later. That is, the Coles were Caledonians, in Britain before Romans and Normans. While Bruces ruled Annan, note that Bruces were also in Yorkshire. While Bruces used the same blue-on-white lion as Bute, note that Kyles had titles in Bute. While Bruces invited Stewarts into their royal line, note that Kyles of Bute use the Stewart Coat. However, I assume that Bruces entered Britain late, as the Eburovices Normans, co-founders of York.
As Bute was named by Butteri, note that Kilpatrick-branch Butteri were first found in Dumfries.
As Butteri were from Rome, the Caledonian mother of Pontius Pilate may have been a Butteri Latin. One can half-expect that the Roman ambassador to Perthshire was of Ardea-of-Rome elements, in an effort to better negotiate with the earlier wave of Ardea>Arthurian elements that had become, or merged with, Caledonians. That picture is where the Allan river in Stirling (beside Perthshire) may come in, as that river is suspect as the location where Arthur's death began to take place, though the death was not final until he had been on Bute=Avalon.
I have an old theory that the Alan>Stewarts had seized Bute as soon as they mounted the Scottish throne because they had been on Bute prior to the Norman invasion. I reasoned that they were chased out of Britain by war, along with the Welsh-Brit tide into Brittany. Might they had named the Allan river in pre-Norman times? It wouldn't be surprising if Stewarts are the chief keepers of the grail secret simply because they were one of the parents of Pontius Pilate. Recall the grails in the Butler Coat. The father of Pontius Pilate may certainly have been a Butteri, because Pilate was already traced to the Valery surname using a border like the Lucca clan.
The Guiscards were first found in Stirlingshire, and they use piles as code for the Pilate line. It's not altogether true that Rollo-related Normans entered Britain late, for Danes, as the Dananns, were in Britain at the same time as Caledonians. It can be assumed that the Guiscard Danes merged in Stirlingshire with the Pilate line. If the father of Pilate was of Butteri elements in connection with Ardea, it explains why there developed a secret grail cult in Arthurianism. Pens of the myth writers danced all over the grail and yet refused to unveil what they were talking about. It's now come out that Pilates were definitely part of the grail cult.
Frankly, I don't know whether it's correct to trace Caledonians to British Danann. But I do think that heraldry and/or Arthurian myth will give up what we need to know, and lead straight to Pilate's mother, as best as the cultists had figured it out, or tracked it, via hear-say and legend. Or, perhaps they had reliable written records.
The Thornhill location north of Annan and Dumfries brings Thortons/Thorntons to mind, who were identified as Herods. AND, the Thornhill surname was first found in Yorkshire. Remember from above, hawthorn-using Thortons were discovered to be of the Hawthorn=Guiscard bloodline. I wasn't going to mention, for lack of any apparent relevance, that the Thornhill Shield is the Wassa Shield in colors reversed. But then I noted that Thornhill is on the Nith river, while "Wassa/Gace/Gasson" was discovered above to be of "Gniezno" elements of Goplo, and that they had become the Nassaus and Nests/Ness'. This is no small point if correct, for Pilate traces to Pylos, the city that Nestor ruled. The implication is that Nestor elements were on the Nith. However, according to Ptolemy's geography, the river was previously, "Novius."
If we imagine that the peoples migrating across Thornhill were the Arthurians out of Carlisle, and, as I've said, earlier still from Atrebates out of Hampshire, then let's not forget that Atrebates were from the Atreus golden-fleece line through Arda (Hebros river), for that same fleece line in the form of Atreus' son was in Messene, where Pylos is located. If one takes the Nith river to its source, there's just a small hill country between it and Ayr, where Pilate elements have traced too.
Assuming that the Gret-like location at Annan (it reads "Gretn---", but other letters are off the map) was the Valerius-Gratus bloodline, let's not forget the trace of the same line to the Crait/Cree surname, for the Cree river (running into Wigton) is just three valleys over from the Nith. Then, the Crait/Cree surname was first found in InverNESS, where there is a Ness river. If that's not enough, zowie, the Crait/Cree Chief is three red-on-white stars, identical to the Washington Chief!!! AND, French Craits/Cretes/Creys were first found in Burgundy, where Pilates were first found.
Again, the Ness/Nest surname uses the Washington Coat, and one Ness clan was first found in Fife, beside Perthshire and Forfar. The Duncans were first in Forfar, but Malcolms were first in Argyllshire just off the Galloway map. Then, the Crait-like Great/Gretes use the Malcolm saltire (I'm assuming) but with an engrailed, royal-blue saltire.
The river beside the Nith is the Dee, though Ptolemy identified it as the Divas." There is a Dee river in Cheshire, where the capital, Chester, was previously Diva. Online we read: "Dijon began as a Roman settlement called Divio..." I had traced Diva to the Dien/Dyves/Dyon surname (looks Danish) with Masci wing, from a Dives location in Normandy. Washingtons, because they were from Goplo (the Masci wing is also in a Gobel Coat), were Mascis to some large degree to begin with. I don't know whether Romans named Divio outright after their own elements, or whether it already had a similar name (from Dane elements?), but I tended to trace Diva to Daphne elements in Devon.
Entering "Diva" or "Divas" gets another Coat, of a clan from "Dives near Caen," which must be the same clan as above. It uses the Chee/Cheatle DANcette, and Chees were not only first found in Cheshire, but they appear to be fundamental to "Chester" / "Cheshire" elements. It looks like I may have been wrong with a trace to Devon, for the Dives are traced in their write-up straight to Kent / Canterbury, though earlier from Calvados (Normandy home of Meschins), verifying that the white Diva/Divas scallops are those of le-Meschin.
What this does is to trace the Meschin relatives (i.e. not Meschins themselves) in Cheshire way back to the Roman era Diva location and Divas river. Meschins were Rollo-liners, and Rollos were Danes. But I've claimed for years that Greek Danaans entered Britain in Devon as Dumnonii and settled with the Daphne cult in Devon.
As Valerius and Pilate blood is tracing not-bad to the Nith, the neighboring Dee that was earlier the Divas is now suggesting that the Pilates and Valerius' (suspect in the Rollo line already) were the Diva entity that Meschins merged with. The Meschin involvement here makes sense where Pilate liners were also at Goplo. In fact, I was pretty sure in this update that Poles were from Nestor's Pylos. But I kid you not, that the idea immediately above of a Nestor and Pylos trace to the Nith river did not enter my head before I got to the Divas > Dives topic. Divincidence?
Okay, so what we have as speculation thus far is a immediate Pilate ancestry in Butteri-related kin of Valerius Gratus, and a mother from the Danes (whatever they were called at the time of Pontius Pilate) that somehow linked to Caledonians in Perthshire. If we could just find a Diva-like peoples in Perthshire...and the Duffs come to mind, first found in Perthshire!!! WERE DUFFS OF FIFE / PERTHSHIRE NOT TRACED TO ARTHURIAN AVALON=BUTE AS THE FAY PORTION OF MORGAN LE FAY? Yes.
As just one reason for that trace, the Morgan Coat is also the Duffy/Duffer Coat.
LOOK again at the Duff Coat. What do you see but a red-on-gold lion standing up, just like the red-on-gold lion that Wikipedia displays as the personal lion of Ranulf le Meschin! This is fantastic, making excellent headway all in the same day (Friday).
Does a trace to Duffs contradict or compliment the proposed trace of Pilate's parents to Yonges? The Duff motto uses "juvat," and youth-like theme. And, as Yonges were traced to Juno, wife of Jupiter, note that he was also "Jove."
Did we trace the Rollo canton to the Valerius line? Yes, and entering "Jove" gets a red canton with a small saltire within it that is the small Candy/Candie saltire!!! Just like that the canton symbol is proven to be the Candie symbol. Were the Yonges, known to have been related to Hogens/Hogers, linked to "Oxen(ford)"? The Joves, shown properly as Jeeves/Geeves, were first in Oxfordshire.
We read: "Jove is an ancient Anglo-Saxon surname that came from the baptismal name for the son of Genevieve." The Vivian variation of the Fife-related Veys comes to mind...and this surname uses the same chevron as the Rollos. If Jove>Genevieve elements were mythical Guinevere, Arthur's wife, then it makes perfect sense not only because Vivians/Veys trace to Avalon, but because Vivians/Veys were first found in Cornwall, where Arthur's father (and Carlisle-like Gorlois) was from.
For new readers who don't understand how Duffs were Fays, the Irish Fie/Fee/Fey surname (in Vivian/Vey colors) shows a Duffie variation. The sword in the Coat strikes us as the Excalibur, which I trace in-part to Exeter, in Devon. As you can see for yourself, the Fife surname uses the Duff lion, and the Vivian/Vey Shield-and-Chief combination.
How amazing was that, that by following the Juno and Jove clues we land on the Duffs again? It is amazing because the Yonges were by this time, and only-just by the skin of my jovial teeth, already traced to both Juno and the Pilate line. The Duff crest is a red lion with a sword, as is the Yonge Crest (!), tending to verify that the "Juvat" of the Duffs links to the "juene" of the Yonges. We have another sword in the Irish Fay/Fey/Vahey Coat (Esperance" motto), and it pierces what I assume is the Speer boar head.
By what coincidence is it that Duncans (in Duff-lion colors) were first found beside Fife and Perthshire, when they use a JUNkan variation??? However, at the moment I can't find good evidence of a Jung, Junk, Jenkin, or June link to "Junkan."
Lest we leave the Butteri out of this surprise, let's show the boot, with spur, of the Dutch Vey/Vay Coat, not forgetting that Masseys of Savoy use a boot, for Joves had linked to Candies of Savoy while we can assume the Jupiter elements of Romans to have included Butteri.
Let's not forget that the Esperance term of the Irish Fays is likely code for the Hesperides elements that were linked (via the Spalding>Hink link) to the Latin/Latoni surname using the Annandale saltire (!!!) and stirrups. I did not have this in mind when other factors not far above caused me to identify Pilate's father with the Butteri Latins.
As the Duff bloodline was just traced to the Divas>Dee river in Dumfries-Galloway, note Moffat on the Annan river, for the Fie/Fey/Duff surname shows curious Maffie and Maffey variations. (What named the Mafia, anyway?)
All-in-all, the fact that I loaded the Galloway map has turned out, miraculously. the very ticket needed to move this mystery along by leaps and bounds. I'll have to digest what it means on a night's sleep. Lord willing, the last strings will be untied soon...when we get to see what exactly is inside this Pandora's box. Yes, for the Freemasons, this is their panders' box. Chaos everywhere inside their fine-tuned circles, when Freemasons abandon their posts which the inner-circle stooges relied upon in order to satisfy the man at the top of the pyramid.
Look at how strong these findings happen to be. Have I maintained for more than a year that the Magdalene grail code was for the red lion of the Stewarts, and the red lion of the Irish Dallens? Yes, but that was before I traced the red-lion Yonges days ago to the Ulm Hungarians, and before it was discovered only days ago that the Stewart lion was the Ulman-lion design. Moreover, I did not have in mind whatsoever, when the Duffs were found to be the Pilate grail line, that I identified the Cilicians, especially the Cati of Cilicia, as the pagan grail line. How possibly could those Cati get to the mother and/or father of Pontius Pilate? Via the Chees/Cheatles! I had linked the latter to the Keith/Keath Catti! I had maintained that Chees/Cheatles and "CHESter" traced to HESSe, where Catti lived. Now I find that the Chee dancette is used by Divas surname of Chester, which surname in turn evolved into the Duff surname...and moreover that Romans were in Diva=Chester.
But how do the Duffs translate to the Caledonians that I've imagined at the parentage of Pontius Pilate? The only thing coming to mind at the moment is a trace of Duffs to the Daphne cult..which my the way I had identified as the wife of Merlin and therefore a Welsh entity. I identified her as elements northern Wales, beside Cheshire, before I knew that Cheshire was important. One can find that info in my chapter, "My Hunt for the Calydonian Boar," in the Ladon book (link at bottom of this page). I say that because there is cause thereby for a Duff link to Caledonians. Merlin wept for Caledonians when they were defeated in war, and one can assume he lamented the loss of Arthur to Mordred in the Stirling / Perthshire theater.
The Duff link to Yonges is just fantastic because it more than verifies that it was correct to trace Yonges to the mother of Pilate. There is further corroboration that Duffs were of the Diva = Chester location, for both the Cheshire and Yonge surnames were both first found in Essex. The Cheshire surname is strongly suspect as a part-Herod line in connection with Lures and other McLeod septs, and then Lures and Yonges both traced to Almos>Ulm.
It's been hard until today to figure how Daphne was the very same Hyksos as the Khyan line. There was a good clue in her trace to mount Hermon's Panias and Laish, and then to the Cilicia-Syria border to Saphon, beside the Cati in Kizzuwatna / Adana. The latter places are where the Khyan-Danaan Hyksos trace. Daphne, daughter of Ladon, then traces to Lydians; think Pelops and his Pisidian ancestry in the Atlantean capital of Attaleia=Antalya. She also traced to the Ladon river to the east of Pisa (Peloponnesia)...and significantly north of Argos where Danaans from Adana had their rule. Khyan is, as of this update, tracing to Oenomaus and Hippodamia of Pisa, where we find horse and chariot wheel symbols given to Oenomaus (one can expect Khyan's Hyksos to be depicted by chariots, as per the Biblical story of the Exodus).
Daphne was of the Pisa domain in that she was also made a daughter of the Peneus river (flows through Elis), near the Ladon. The Ladon was tributary to the Alpheus,and "The [Alpheus] river begins near DAVIA [caps mine] in central Arcadia...The Alfeios then flows west along Olympia and empties into the Ionian Sea in the prefecture of Ilia, near Pyrgos" [capital of Elis]. In other words, the Ladon system runs through the area ruled by Pelops and Hippodamia.
In Elis of Pisa, there was the ancestry (so say Greek myth writers) of Aetolian kings, assuring that Aetolians were the Atlanteans of Attaleia (this place named Atlas). In Aetolia was the city of Calydon; it's king, Meleager, married Atalanta. We get it. (I'm the only one in the world to bring you this identity of Atlantis...probably because no one else has had the opportunity to take as much time as I have -- thanks be to God who arranged it -- to investigate these things with an eye on code work. Other modern writers on mythology do not share ideas on code work, and so we may assume that they are either oblivious to it, or shy in using it.)
I haven't got to the point yet. The Aetolians and Calydonians were from Elis and therefore likely of the Pelops>Pylos elements that gave birth to Pontius Pilate in Perthshire. But that's still not the point. The point is that Daphne on the Ladon had become the Taphian pirates, whom Wikipedia locates across the waters from the Pelopponese, on the land mass where Aetolia is found, and moreover where a certain king of Muses lived that trace to Sirens of south-western Italy...whom I see as Seir-ians. Those Muses were on the Achelous river shown on this map of Aetolia. The point is, a Taphian peoples at Calydon smacks of the proposed Duff link to Caledonians of Scotland.
Note the Oeneon location at the south side of Aetolia. I'll throw the following to you at the risk of being too far-fetched. Beside Oeneon if Naupactus. In pig-Latin, where the idea was to disguise the meaning of terms, one could say "hog" as "oghay," or one could say "pork" as "orkpay," or one could say "swine" as "winesay." The capital letter is added to the end of the word and then ended with "ay." But there must have been other forms of pig-Latin, and so don't neglect that, with Aetolians, were are dealing with the Ladon line, likely to Latin "Italians." The father of Aetolus, Endymion (the eternal sleeper that can be traced to sleeping-moon symbols in heraldry, e.g. Kissingers), was at LATmus.
In other words (and I'm just throwing this out there in case I find other examples), "Naupactus," if the "tus" ending is ignored, could be pig-Latin in reverse for "Apachnas." I wouldn't have shared this if I didn't think neighboring Oeneon was founded by the Apachnas line.
Did I trace the Pontius Pilate line to the Payens/Paions, and therefore back to the Greek Paeoni? Yes, and so note that mythical Paeon (something I didn't know consciously when making the Pilate link to Payens) was a son of mythical Aetolus, father of Calydon.
It's interesting that Paeoni's brother was Epeius, and that the mother of Aetolus was, at times, Hyperippe, for these look like hippi=horse terms. In other words, there is cause for tracing Aetolia and the Paeoni to HIPPOdamia of Pisa, daughter of Oenomaus that is himself suspect at Oeneon. In this picture, the Paeoni look like a hippo term too, and even as Hippodamia herself. Unfortunately, we can't by her name identify her as any particular people group, but as we can assume strongly that she was merged with Pelops>Pylos line, it's making some sense that she was the Paeoni peoples.
The key question is obvious: was Hippodamia a Daphne entity? Her father was Peneus, after all, which river I trace to Panias at mount Hermon...known to be a Pan-goat center. Couldn't Paeonians have been from Panias? Shouldn't that picture trace back to Lake Van, as all the dragon cult should? Didn't I trace the pheon to the Biaini founders of Lake Van? Doesn't this explain why the pheon-using Pilates link to Payens/Paions?
Was Pontius Pilate traced to Valerius Gratus? Didn't we find the Valerius bloodline in a Valeria part of Pannonia (see also bottom left of map)? Yes, for as we see the Hercuniates there, there were Hircinians=Hernici in Valeria near Rome. Can we imagine Paeoni in Pannonia? These many questions are not posed in a braggart way, although I am delighted to present them because they quickly make so much sense of recent findings.
The only thing missing in Pannonia is a Daphne-like term that I expect there. However, to the south-west side of Pannonia, we see the Ladon-like Latovices smack beside the Japodes, and the latter were the Jupiter cult traced above to the "Juvat" motto term of the Duffs!!! It's hard to deny now that Duffs were named after Daphne, wherefore the Feis/Fees and Feys must have comer later after a DufFIE-like term. This traces Daphne elements to Bute, something we may not have realized otherwise, though it makes sense where Daphne was a Ladon>Latin line...to Butteri.
Doesn't the above suggest that Daphne was the wife of Jupiter? There would be no contradiction in a Juno = Daphne equation if Daphne was the Oeneus cult, for Juno traces to the Oeneus = Una river beside the Japodes. And didn't we see that Daphne's father was Oenomaus (!!!), making her too an Oeneus bloodline??? If that traces Daphne to the Yonge surname, I'm fine with that excellent key for further discovery. Let's lift up the hem of Daphne's skirt to see what other filth we may find hidden there. Was she really a virgin? I read that Lydians gladly gave their own daughters as temple prostitutes for the gods. And I'm sure they gave their best virgins. Not even Muslims treat their women that badly.
Did I just find that Meschins were exactly the Duff line to Pontius Pilate? Then see the Maezaei marked on the Oeneus river. Isn't that amazing where Daphne definitely looks like Juno at this point?
How amazing is it for identifying the Daphne-branch Hyksos as the Khyan-branch Hyksos??? For those who don't know, Daphne's third father was the blind seer, Tiresias, son of Everes the shepherd seer, code for the capital (Avaris) of the co-called "shepherd kings" of Egypt, the Hyksos. Don't let the mistakes of modern historians fool you, for Hyksos ruled Egypt 200-plus years when Israelites were enslaved to Egyptians about the same length of time (the 400 years of the Bible includes all the way back to Jacob's family). After Khyan's rule, Hyksos Egypt fell apart to the true, southern Egyptians. Manetho, who described the "shepherd kings," was clearly of the Manto cult, sister of Daphne and grandson of Everes. In other words, Manetho was himself a Hyksos bloodliner reporting on Hyksos myth codes.
Did I trace Hircinians to Ayrshire? Did we see Pilate and Valerius lines in Ayrshire, amongst the Coles / Kyles there? By what colincidence is it that the Japodes are shown on the map at the COLupis river? Did we just see that Kyles and Bruces were extra-close? Then note the Breuci (on the Sava) between the Colupis and Pannonia. Did we see Bute playing a role in the Kyle-Bruce alliance. Then spot with your hawk eye the Boii in Pannonia.
My first inkling of a Hircinian trace to Ayrshire was by the Hares/Hehers, first found in Ayrshire. There was more to it that similarity of terms. It led to realizing that Ayers (Ayrshire) and Hayers/Ayrs (spur in crest), both using quatrefoils, were the same Hercinians. Then, Scottish Hays/Hayers were first found in Perthshire. Very suspicious, but behold the magic to follow.
Weeks later, and just days ago, it was found that Yonges traces to the Ulm Hungarians, at which time also a quatrefoil-like design was found in the robes of mythical Almos (at his Wikipedia article), code for Ulm. That tended to trace Ulm elements to the Ayrs et-al, explaining why Kyles and Stewarts (using the Ulman lion) were closely related. BUT NOW, WOW, the Hays/Hayers use "jugum," a motto term that I had cautiously linked to Jungs=Yonges.
Therefore, the Hayer line from Perthshire to Ayrshire is also suspect at the root of Pontius Pilate. It had become a strong opinion that the small red-on-white Shield of the Hay/Hayer Coat was that of the KOLODziej-related Holdens ("Nec Temere nec Timide" motto), noting too that Holders and Hares/Hehers use roughly the same dancette (compares with the Dunham, Randolph, Butler and Fisher dancettes).
If we're doubting the "jugum" link to "Jung," let me say that Yonges were found to be of the Trevor-Traby line, noting therefore that Hays/Hayers were first found in DERBYshire. Then, entering "Jugg" brings up a curious write-up tracing to "Jordan," and showing the surname properly as "Judd." It just so happens that at Wikipedia's Traby page, we find a Jordan variation (i.e. who use the Traby Arms). Was it suggested above that the Drake wyvern shares a 666 theme with Trabys? We now find that the Jugg/Judd Crest is a red wyvern, same as the Drake wyvern.
Drakes, from Massovia, were traced to Warwick, and Judes/Judges (said to be from "juge") were first found in Warwickshire. The Jude/Judge Crest, like the Drake Crest, uses axes. Judge for yourself, but not before seeing that the Travers Coat is just about the Irish Jude Coat!!! Both Coats use the same chevron and white-on-black scallops.
Where else did we see white scallops? Ah, yes, in the Divas Coat that linked to the Duffs out of Meschin's Chester.
It could occur to us that since Daphne was from seers = diviners, and because Daphne was herself a fundamental part of the Apollo Oracle (at Delphi), the Diva location and term -- not to mention "Daphne" itself -- was a known and recognized DIVINation cult. By the way, Delphi was in Phocis near the eastern border of Aetolia.
Note how the Taffie cross is like the Welsh Bath/Atha cross, of Bath and Wells near Devon. The same white-on-red are used by the Welsh / Cheshire Davids...who come up when entering "Daffy." The Taffies use Latin-like lattice, and this reminds of the Lazi relationship with Bats, for the Scottish Randolph cross is identical too, and then the Randolph Crest is a bat.
The black lion head in the Daffy/David Crest can now start a discussion that links the Daphne cult to Apachnas, as was the suspicion above by other means. That black lion head is the only symbol in the Scottish Buckan/Buchane Coat, and so begins another discussion on Buch terms. There was the Buchen-of Bavaria oak tree used by Italian Apollos/Pollonis that now speaks of the Apollo and Daphne partnership in divination cults. We note that while Baal at Saphon (assumed to be proto-Apollo) went to war with Lotan (assumed to be Ladon>Daphne), Daphne does not want to make love with Apollo when he sees her bathing in the Ladon river. She runs away from him, suggesting that when a Baal cult (may even have been Pelops) moved into her Ladon theater, she as Taphians went across the waters to the Aetolia area.
The Scottish Buchan Crest is a sun shining on a sunflower, and then the Flower surname (only a large white-on-black cinquefoil on an ermines Shield) was first found in Daphne-suspect Devon. The (white) lion design in the Flower Crest is identical to the one in the Bucken Coat, wherefore we have a kin match. It occurred to me that Exeter in Devon should have been named after a Hyksos-like term, for example the Hecate cult...which I trace to Hector, the Trojan ruler and brother of Paris. Recall that I identify Parisii as the Percival and Perse/Pierce surnames of Somerset, for the Dumnonii founded both Exeter and Somerset regions.
The diagonal Ector bars, in the same red and white colors, are used by English (Hampshire) Backers.
The Flower cinquefoil is colors reversed to the Dover cinquefoil, also on an ermined Shield. It suggests that Devon=Daphne elements were also in "Dover." The Daphne trace to mount Herman is evoked by the ermines, suspect as code for a Hermes-related surname, the Ermines/Armines especially. The latter (the Vanne-of-Brittany ermine in Crest) use what I'm pegging as the Annan(dale) saltire, for the latter's saltire is known to be used (with a gold Shield, however) by the Arms of Ayrshire. See it again in this Kyle Arms. The Ermine/Armine surname is also AIRmine, you see, smacking not only of Ayers/Airs of Ayrshire, but of Hayers/Airs.
The Ananes and Laevi-Ligurian priesthood is already suspect here due to the Latin/Latoni = Annandale saltire, but more evidence to that effect is coming. Ligurian elements all over this discussion: the Luton theater was Ligurian, for example, as was Rutland, The Daffy/David bend is also the Rodham bend (and even better the Baldwin bend), the Rodhams using ermined cinquefoils. Ligurians of Leicester (where Rutland is found) use an ermined cinquefoil too. The Hayer/Air motto, "Lighter than Air," is no doubt code for the Ligurian Light surname (first found in Somerset!) showing ostrich feathers on a swan.
A super point here is that the Kyle or Arms-of-Ayrshire saltire is used by as the Italian Latins/Latonis (!!!). Moreover, Latins/Latoni were first found in flowery Florence. If that's not enough, Dovers were first found in Bedford, where Lotan-like Luton is located. More and more, the Pilate-and-related bloodline appears to be a Lotan>Ladon>Latin Daphne entity.
So many things of relevance are coming up that I'm off the Bucker topic before I even dig in, but did you note that "Pax et copia" motto of the Daffys/Davids, as it smacks of "Pack" elements.
Remember that as Duffs had linked to the Cheshire capital called Divio / Diva, Duffs were likely the root of Daffys/Davids because the latter were first found in Cheshire, and moreover Daffys/Davids use a motto term ("copia) used also by Macclesfield of Cheshire...a location that links to Maxwells / Makeswells, very Maccabee suspect. The Baldwin saltire is the Maxwell saltire too, and so we may glean Butteri here in this line tracing to Latins and Tuscany. The Hayer/Air Crest even uses a spur.
The green wyvern in the Dover Crest is used by Baldwins and Waldwins (write-up traces to king Arthur's sister), which once again tends to make a Dover link to "Daphne" and therefore to the Duff line out of Diva / Divio. Waldwins have an ermined white-on-red bend that should absolutely link to the white-on-red bend of the Daffys/Davids, the surname that started this Bucken adventure (as per the Buchen = Daffy black lion head)! In the Baldwin write-up: "Baldwin of Exeter [!!] (c.1125-1190) was Bishop of Worcester in 1180 and Archbishop of Canterbury between 1185 and 1190."
The Bald Chief shows red-on-white stars (i.e. the Pilate-related Kyles and Callus'/Coles use it too) and a ship in colors of the Pilate pheons. Remember, Taphians were pirates and Atlanteans. A red star appears on the Dover lion head. Again, it appears more and more that Pontius Pilate traces to Latin>Daphne elements...which we may expect to have been part of the Butteri. It begs the question of which Butteri-cowboy branches were sea-faring pirates leading to Kilpatricks and Maxwells. Cowboys and pirates don't go together at all, unless the cowboys were cattle thieves.
By now we realize that Baldwins trace to mainline Belgian Templars, and Templars became pirates too. In fact, Balders were first found in Lothian, and use the Sinclair-viking cross, no doubt a version of the Templar skull-and-crossbones saltire. Balds were first found in Peeble, beside Lothian. We don't forget here the trace of Cheshire's Chees/Cheatles (relatives of the Divas surname) to Keith/Keath Catti of Lothian, the latter highly suspect as Lotan-of-Seir elements from Edom. Remember, Taphians link to mythical Siren elements.
See the skull-and-bones saltire in the English Baker/Backer Coat, using what I'm assuming are the Meschin scallops. The surname was first found in Durham, and the Durham Crest is blue dolphins (same as Tipper dolphins) toward the purple end of the spectrum. However, the Durham surname ("fert" motto term and Bellamy Shield in colors reversed)" was first found in Dumfries, where a skull-and-bones saltire is used by Kilpatricks. I guess that the Durham Shield is the Scottish Vere/Weir Shield. (This may be the best evidence for tracing one side of Normandy Veres were Fertes of Fetre-Mace, themselves known to be from, or merged with, Bellamys).
To make the Devon>Daphne link even stronger to Balds and similar surnames, the Baldwin Coat uses the DAVENport crosslets in the same colors. The link of the Daphne cult to Baldwin Templars is certainly interesting, but we can now keep in mind that Daphne has just been discovered as a Paeoni entity...linking in all likelihood to the Payens/Pagans/Paions, the surname chosen to represent the first nine Templars. We may find online that Hugh de Payen visited the Sinclairs of Lothian after leaving Jerusalem, and even married a Catherine Sinclair there.
Let's not forget the AIRth location in Stirling, suspect as king Arthur's fort, where he was wounded and forced to retreat to Ayrshire. The Kyle and Ayrshire saltire shared by Ermines/AIRmines is used also by Belgian Pratts/Praets, the latter suspect as the priesthood leading to Pharisees, and this is being repeated because the Bradds/Bratts were not only first found in Lothian's Edinburgh, but use the same lion head under discussion used by Daffys/Davids and Buckens/Bucchans. The idea in this discussion is that Taphian pirates were from Apachnas=Khyan, recalling a very good theory of mine that the ancient so-called "Sea Peoples" were various Hyksos branches in alliance, seeking their Egyptian throne back. German Bratts even use an anchor...in the white color of the Kyle anchor, and in the two colors of the Bratt lion head, and of the Pilate pheon. The red lion in one Bratt Crest is suspect as the Duff lion.
It may sound as though I threw the Pilate pheon in the paragraph above without teeth for the suggestion. But one Pratt Coat (Yonge wolf) uses "pellets." We've understood that the Pellet surname is a branch of Pilottes.
If we ask whose red lion is being used, ultimately, in this line to Pontius Pilate, a Rhodian lion makes sense, even a Herod-line lion. German Bucks use it too, with a "Virtute" motto term that i see as code for the Valerius line, and the Here and Herzog/HERTog wing in Crest. That is all very good for identifying the Duff red lion on gold, used as a chief symbol of both Scotland and Ireland, as a Herod-line symbol.
Compare the German Here Coat (with Buck wing) to the German Bratt Coat. Both use the blue-Shield-on-gold Shield design, and both surnames were first found in Prussia. The Herzon/Hertog Coat uses the same two colors, the Payen/Pagan colors too. That is, we once again get the impression that Buck-branch and Payen/Pagan-branch Apachnas elements were merged with Herod elements.
AND LOOK AT WHAT I JUST FOUND as per the Gertzog variation of Herzogs: the "Toujours fidele" motto of the Gert/Gard/Guarde surname. That not only explains why both Irish Gards and Yonges ("Toujours juene" motto) show the same wolf design, but uncovers the mystery as to why Irish Gards are also "Uniak," for Yonges were traced to the Oeneus=Una river...which was mythical Uni to Etruscans! The Irish Gard Crest is a hawk's lure, as with the Herod/Hurl surname. I note that Garts/Garths use the Davenport crosslets.
NOW BEHOLD. The Colupis upon which the Japodes (= Duff line) are marked on the other map is now the "Kupa" on the map above. Why are the ColaPIANI marked smack between the Kupa and Una rivers??? "CoLUPIS" smacks of play on the Romulus lupus-wolf symbol, and so see the Romula location smack between the Colupis and the Una river on this map of Roman Illyricum. One gets the impression that the ColaPIANI entity was linked to the Romulus founders of Rome.
BUT THEN, as I traced the Maezaei elements near the Una to the Mieszko-Piast bloodline at Goplo, WOW, it occurs that the Golpeani founders of Goplo were from the Colapiani!!! MOREOVER, as Daphne was just identified with the Paeoni as well as with the OenoMAUS-of-Pisa line to the Oeneus/Una river, we have just found her exactly where she is expected, in the Colapiana entity! I had been wondering why there wasn't a Daphne-like entity at the Una river, but then didn't we find that the Duff lion was also that of Ranulf le Meschin?
We have simultaneously discovered that, it's true after all, that the Khyan Hyksos who founded the Trojans trace also to the Romans, the Biblical dragon beast.
Irish Gards/Uniaks were first found in Cork, smacking now of the MUSkerry cult of Desmonds that I traced to the pheon = Paeoni elements at Lake Van's Mus region. It suggests that the Maezaei were indeed those Mus elements, even the Mus elements that I traced to the household of Khyan. I had noted the Waldwin motto term, "gward," but wasn't going to mention it...until now.
It is highly suspect by now that the pirates under discussion trace to the Meres and DeMeres of Cheshire, both using ships in black and white. These are the colors of the Buckles and Buckleys/Bulkelys-of-Mascy, both of which use the "temere" motto term. It was to these clans that I traced the buckle symbols of the Hesperides-based Spaldings, but I can now report that the Spalding Shield is split in half in colors reversed to the split Herzog/Gertog Shield, and that Gerts/Gards use the same two colors in a Shield-and-Chief combination.
These are the colors of the Massins/Masons of Kent, mentioned not only because Gerts/Gards were first found in Kent, but because the Massin/Mason motto, "Dum spiro spero," that smacks of the Hesperides (Atlantean kingdom of Ladon), is used by the Buchels. If that's not enough, the Buchel Coat uses blue roundels officially called "hurts"!!! Even the Devon surname uses, "spero," as well as the same border type as in the Shield of the Valery surname, first found in Dauphine!
That is some rather remarkable evidence that Freemasonry is wrapped up in a Herod-Apachnas alliance, which, in my current estimation, was in existence from at least the Payens/Pagans of the Redone theater. However, I do trace Khyan-Danaan Hyksos to Lindos of Rhodes, so that there was even, back then, prior to the founding of Argos Danaans, a proto-Herod-line link to Apachnas blood.
This brings me to a fantastic revelation worked out overnight, in bed, while I couldn't sleep. It reveals king Arthur roots in Pepinid Merovingians, but rather in the Lindos ancestry of Pepin Merovingians. We start as per mythical Gorlois, ruler of Cornwall, whom I identified many years ago as Carolingians, even though Carolingians proper didn't arrive until centuries after the Arthurian period. In myth, Pendragon took the shape of Gorlois and mated with Gorlois' wife to birth king Arthur. We readily understand the myth writer's implication that Pendragon and Gorlois were allied entities, which is why I traced "Gorlois" to "Carlisle" at the northern end of the PENnines.
That is, the Gorlois code-work entity of Cornwall had merged with a dragon/witchcraft cult in the Pennines, and together they were stationed in Carol-like CARLisle. This idea occurred to me AFTER I had identified Gorlois with Carolingians, now suggesting that Carlisle was the place where proto-Carolingians lived.
I had also traced "Gorlois" to a Gorlitz location in LUSatia, suggesting that "Gorlois" was play both on Carolingians, and LUSatia...and therefore the Lys symbol of the Merovingians, a Lys entity that was also of the Arthurian cult, especially at the Lys river in Artois, smack beside the Belgians that furnished the original Pepins. Please do note what appear to be linden leaves in the Arms of Gorlitz, for I had not known about these last night when tracing Pepins to Lindos.
It occurred to me that Oxford Veres played a role in Arthur's birth, for he was born in relation to the rule of Uther Pendragon in London. The Windsor castle is in that London theater, and we have already seen that, while the Windsor surname is traced in it's write-up to the Other surname, Other ancestry was disguised somewhat as "Uther Pendragon." Windsors also trace to Wends of the Gorlitz theater. By a trace wholly independent of these idea, I had traced the red Oxford bull to the red bull of Lower Lusatia.
The Carlisle link to Oxford occurred to me because Carolingians ruled in Aachen, a location that in this very update has been linked to "Oxonforda." It was at that precise moment that the Landon ancestry of the Belgian Pepinids was realized in "London," and thus the Pepin trace to Lindos. It turns out, checking only just now, that Landons were first found in Cornwall!!! It becomes very apparent that the Landon chevron (surrounded by the Arthurian bears) is the Pendragon chevron (filled with fleur-de-lys) in colors reversed. Thus, the entire Gorlois>Carlisle>Carolingian theory proves wildly correct, especially as Veres honored a Melusine entity that traces to Lusatia and Lusignan.
The helmet in the Pendragon Crest traces to Helms/Helions and likely to Ulm. This is important where Arthur's mother, and Gorlois' wife, was "Igraine," what I had pegged as an Ugor-related code. I had no idea then how Hungarian Ugors could fit into the Arthurian cult, but now we have a slew of Masonic entities tracing to Almos>Ulm elements, including the Wales-important Yonges that trace back to Traby Poles. To keep it simple, recall the trace of Ugors to Hogens/Hogers, a branch of Yonges, and to Aachens. It all fits like the head of a warlock into a metal helmet.
Can we use this information to trace "Arthur" to "Herod." Yes, for the Pendragon chevron is the Buckle and Buckley chevron, and the Pendragon motto term traces to Tipper(ary)-related dolphins, code for Daphne elements. We just saw the blue Buchel hurts, seen also in the Irish Arthur Coat. The Buchel-Crest wings are used in the same fashion in the Schlesinger Crest, the latter surname known to be rooted in "Silesia." Did we just trace Pepin ancestry in London and Carlisle to the Silesia theater, in particular to Gorlitz...where we saw what appeared to be linden leaves? Yes, and so see the same gold-on-black Schlesinger leopard heads in the English Lindon Coat.
By what gorincidence is it that both the Buchels and Lindons were first found in Somerset, roughly the Gorlois theater? The "spiro spero" of the Buchels traces to the Spree river, Lusatia.
Buchels use so-called water "bougets," symbol also of Bugs (who I trace to Bogens of Bavaria) and Banesters, the latter traced to Ban, father of Lancelot. Pendragon is sometimes, "Bendragon." See also the Banes Coat. Both Bug Coats are in the colors of the Bogen bow and of the Hogen rings. The latter's rings are colors reversed from the Nottingham rings! Hogens were first found in Tipperary.
Nicholas de Vere traces his bloodline to Robin Hood, but Robin was part-code for the Bugs (Germans Bugs show "Bugler," like Buchels), first found in Nottingham (see Robin Hood in the Alten Crest, surname first found in Nottingham). Robin Hood was also part-code for Hoods, in Buchel colors and first found in the same general area (Cornwall peninsula) as the Buchels. Again, the Notting Coat uses the Shield of the Buckin(ham)s, first found in Oxford, but now it can be added that the latter Shield uses what must be the Duff / Herod lion. Bucking(ham)s are also Beckings, and then another Becking/Baring surname (Shield filled with checks) was first found in Nottingham.
If we doubted that Duffs were from Daphne's Devon kingdom, Duffys/Duffers (using the Morgan-le Fay lion) show a Dowey variation smacking of the English Deweys, first found in Devon...but earlier from "Douai, near Lille, Normandy." Lille in Normandy? The Flowers were first found in Devon, and large single cinquefoil is colors reversed to the large single cinquefoil of the Dovers, but now Deweys are found with cinquefoils in the colors of the Dovers. AND HEY! The Flowers are traced to "arrow," what I've thought in the past to be mere code for the Arrow/Arras surname and therefore for the Arras location in Artois...where another Lille is located!
The Arrow/Arras write-up even traces to the Toenis, an important Cinque-Port entity (Dover was one Cinque-Port city): "Sir Robert Arras held the village of Bromley in that shire from Robert De Toeni, he was Lord of the manor of Arras in Buckinghamshire. But the main branch of the family moved north into Scotland in the train of King David I of Scotland about 1130, who granted them lands in Dumfries." For me, that write-up traces Herods and Khyan-ites of the Mero-Arthurian kind to Edomite-infested Dumfries, from Apachnas-infested Buckingham.
Does anyone recall where the Bush surnames had traced? German Bush's/Buschs use a fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Hoods and Buchels, and then the latter are also "Bushel." The black Bush boar traced to Esau-ites, and now the Buchels/Bushels are tracing to Herods and Apachnas Hyksos, and the "Dum" motto term of the Buchels/Bushels obviously applies to Bush's/Bueschs, now revealing that Bush's were a Hyksos line (keeping in mind that the Bush's who sat on the American throne were not Bush's, but were adopted by Nazi-suspect Bush's).
Robin Hood is also part-code for the Robin surname (white pheons) already traced to Pilate and Valerius lines. There are a slew of traces to corroborate this idea. The Tipper motto uses "robere" while the Tipper Crest is a white anchor, same as the Hood-Crest anchor, and then both Tippers and Hoods were first found in the Cornwall peninsula. Tippers also use "spes," which I would link to the Space/Speccot Coat using frets, the Hood-Coat symbol. Both Spaces/Speccots and Hoods were first found in Daphne-infested Devon. German Hoods (Bavaria) use an anchor in the colors of the Space/Speccot bend...which I think is the Arms of Baden, for the Baden/Battin surname (an eye ball, axes) was first found in the Cornwall peninsula. I peg Hoods as the Hiedler/Hitler bloodline.
MORE. English Beckers (Horton stag head) use the same "vivit" as Robins. The piles of the Bogarts/Buchards ("A lily and holly branch in saltire") should be recorded here, not neglecting that the piles of Guiscards got us to the Stirling / Perthshire theater. The < A HREF="http://www.houseofnames.com/buger-family-crest">Bogers/Bugers show a Robin-Hood-like character (he wears the same pointed hat as Robin Hood in the Alten Coat). German Bogarts are also "BaumGARTen," and then Gartens, as with Bogers/Bugers, were first found in Bavaria.
The Becker show a "Bis" motto term that seems to apply to the Becket bee theme, and Beckets use the Buchel lion heads that started this discussion at the same of the Daffy/David surname. Beckets were traced to the "Baiocasses" founders of the bee-depicted Bessin, and besants (gold roundels) are used by both Buckin(ham)s and Nottings.
If it seems daft on my part that it has taken a decade to discover the chief enemies of Israel and of Jesus Christ as the heart of Freemasonry, I think it has to do with the necessity of first learning the background info that could prove it. I at present feel well in control of the heraldic and mythical topics required to prove it. It's one thing to forward to readers the theories that Herods, Pilates, Pharisees, Maccabees and Exodus Egyptians all seem to be implied in certain surnames and symbols, but it's quite another thing to systematically use heraldry and myth to prove it beyond a shadow of doubt.
There are many things I've left unsaid for lack of room in all of my investigations. I'm sure you've caught a few or more of those things left unsaid. You're on your way. Keep a disciplined memory, but if God is your helper, you can do it with a bad memory too. Dig deeper using the keys I've laid out, and dangle this beast before the world.
Especially for new or confused readers
MYTH CODES 101
shows where I'm coming from.
For serious investigators:
How to Work with Bloodline Topics
Here's what I did when I had spare time on my hands:
Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose
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