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November 1 - 5, 2012

The Two Popes of the Roet Table
Dagobert Loved Apple Paestum
MontMorency and Nuclear Winter
You Never Knew All This About Romneys
The Exodus Pharaoh on Candida Chimera

Why do I think the CIA leaked the following timeline of events? To combat the report of Jennifer Griffin, that the CIA asked the Annex people to stand down and wait upon receiving word from the consulate that it was under attack:

The CIA timeline was described to me [David Ignatius] Thursday [November 1] by a senior intelligence official....

9:40 p.m.: A senior State Department security officer at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi called the CIA base, at an annex about a mile away, and requested assistance: "The compound is under attack. People are moving through the gates."...

10:04 p.m.: A seven-person rescue squad from the agency's Global Response Staff (GRS) leaves in two vehicles. The team leader is a career CIA officer; the team includes a contractor named Tyrone Woods, who later died. During the previous 24-minute interval, the CIA base chief calls the February 17 Brigade, other militias and the Libyan intelligence service seeking vehicles with .50-caliber machine guns. Nobody responds. The team leader and the base chief agree at 10:04 that they can't wait any longer, and the squad heads for the consulate.

...10:10 p.m.: The rescue team reached a chaotic intersection a few blocks from the consulate. Militias gathered there have several .50-caliber machine guns, which the CIA team tries unsuccessfully to commandeer; three militiamen offer to help. The rescue party now includes 10 people: six GRS officers, a CIA translator and the three Libyan volunteers.

There is some hint above between the lines that the fighters at the annex were told to wait, but there's no outright admission of it by the CIA. To the contrary, this timeline seems to be an effort to repair the conclusions many open-minded people (not including avid Obama voters) are coming to, that there was no urgency to stop the mission of the intruders. That's why we read, under 10:04, "I [senior Intelligence official] want them to have a sense of urgency." The timeline has the CIA calling in by phone the 16 Libyans (Feb. 17 Brigade) and two other groups before 10:04, and to help prove that this is a falsification, the report adds, "Nobody responds." There are only two ways to read those two words: 1) No one in all three agencies picked up the phone to receive the calls, and/or; 2) no one wanted to come out to help fight the intruders.

One problem with the times above, they seem falsified too early by 30 minutes or so according to Jennifer Griffin, who had Tyrone Woods leaving about 10:30. There's big difference in that half hour because I say that Sean Smith and/or the ambassador were slated to be murdered as soon as possible, and that no military teams were wanted at the consulate until that deed had been accomplished. The timeline goes on to tell that the CIA team entered the smoking building at 10:40, by which time I assume the dirty deed had been accomplished. There were sandbags prepared around the window where the CIA entered the smoky building to retrieve Sean Smith, and for all we know, there were men within the sand bags from the start who partook in the murder.

The CIA is saying, "Look, don't blame us, we called them right away, but they didn't respond." The reason for the falsification is that this Brigade didn't start heading out near 10:04, and, probably, it can refute the claim that it was called at such an early time. Others tell that 16 men of this Brigade along with six Americans were at the annex too during the time (9:40) of the initial attack, where Tyrone Woods was at the time. We read above that six men along with Woods left at 10:04, with no mention of the 16 Libyans doing so at the time. Jennifer Griffin reported that Woods disobeyed orders and left early, before the CIA wanted them to leave. It seems clear that the Libyans did not leave early too because, as Jennifer claimed on Fox News, the CIA ordered them to wait, to stay at the annex.

It just so happens that Fox News, on the Bret Baier show of November 1, the day of the release of the article above, there was breaking news telling that the military and the CIA conferring together, as they got initial report of the attack, deciding NOT to call in the counterterrorism squad that is the natural choice under such a situation. That story broke less than an hour ago as I write. Bret Baier reported that CBS was doing this story simultaneously. Here's the CBS online report:

CBS News has learned that during the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Mission in Benghazi, the Obama Administration did not convene its top interagency counterterrorism resource: the Counterterrorism Security Group, (CSG).

"The CSG is the one group that's supposed to know what resources every agency has. They know of multiple options and have the ability to coordinate counterterrorism assets across all the agencies," a high-ranking government official told CBS News. "They were not allowed to do their job. They were not called upon."

...Counterterrorism sources and internal emails reviewed by CBS News express frustration that key responders were ready to deploy, but were not called upon to help in the attack.

CBS News has agreed not to quote directly from the emails, and to protect the identities of the sources [actually. CBS wants to protect Obama's election hopes as much as possible while doing the story, and is probably temporarily withholding some information for this cause]...

...Another senior counter terrorism official says a hostage rescue team was alternately asked to get ready and then stand down throughout the night, as officials seemed unable to make up their minds.

The more the pro-Obama news media ignore this story at this time, the less the public will respect them as news agencies, which should explain CBS doing the story even though it hurts Obama. If it were only Fox doing the story, liberals would taunt. Liberals have thrown all truth to the ground, and spin lies at every opportunity to further their goals. Liberals are the anti-Christ's voice.

In another November 1 article: "...the State Department never requested military backup that evening, two senior U.S. officials familiar with the details of military planning tell The Daily Beast...On Friday, Fox News reported that requests from CIA officers for air support on the evening of the attacks were rejected. (The Daily Beast was not able to confirm that those requests were made, though no U.S. official contacted for this story directly refuted the claim either.)"

Does it not sound as though a murder plot was afoot? Back to September 15: "According to the CIA account, 'The currently available information suggests that the demonstrations in Benghazi were spontaneously inspired by the protests at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo...'" Therefore, the CIA was complicit with Obama and Hillary in the lies, and on the murder, and that's why back-up was refused, ultimately by Obama.

In all the photo's I've seen on television of the consulate, none appear to be the bedroom where Smith supposedly fell in the smoke. One explanation is that this bedroom has been made off limits for photographers. Bret Baier was in there, however, and revealing only the window briefly, his program showed that it was rectangular in the vertical direction, approximately 3 x 5 feet. Here's a good question:

Sean Smith's body arrived in the U.S. on September 14. It doesn't take a month to perform an autopsy and determine the cause of the death. You can be assured that the State Department and White House know exactly how each of the four men were killed. All Pat Smith just wants to know how her son was killed. Did he die of smoke inhalation? Was some of the blood that Pat saw smeared on the walls of consulate belong to her son Sean?

It's an interesting question? Whose blood was that on the walls? Who might have been shot in that location?

The latest news is that members of the Libyan Brigade at the annex were infiltrated by enemies of the consulate. That is, they were spotted taking photo's of the consulate, say the reports. But until now I didn't know that Smith had reported such a thing: "Foreign service officer Sean Smith observed before his death, 'We saw one of our 'police' that guard the compound taking pictures.'..."

Suppose that Obama was in cahoots with the people seeking to do harm to the ambassador. Might Smith have threatened that plan with warnings such as the above? Smith would have known the identity of the one (or more) Libyan police taking pictures, and Smith might have realized thereby what circle in particular amongst the Brigade represented the infiltrating spies.

Just found on the body of Stevens:

The suite where the body of the ambassador was found was protected by a large door with steel bars; the windows had steel bars.

His body was recovered after looters broke into the room. It appears his security detail left him in the room while they tried to deal with the attack.

Stevens security detail, an Ubben fellow, left him in the locked room to die, is more like it. According to Ubben's own report, he alone with Smith and Stevens left the smoky bathroom in the "safe room" without windows, and left the safe room altogether into a bedroom where it was known a window's steel bars could unlock and open from the inside. How, then, did Stevens end up in another room altogether?

There's a video below showing Stevens found more dead than alive. He has a bloodstain/scratch on his forehead, like one bumping the head into something hard. The question needs to be asked whether it is logical for Stevens to be in that particular room, but without better details, it's difficult to play Colombo here. I first assumed that the door / gate into the room was unlocked, thus allowing the Libyans to find him. I also assumed that, after Stevens was thrown or dragged in by the murderers, he was not locked in to secure his fate because a locked gate from the outside would indicate a murder plot. It made more sense that he was dragged in while drugged/poisoned already, and left to die by CO.

But then this was found:

[The Libyans] heard a panicked shout, 'I stepped over a dead man,' and rushed to see what was going on, al-Bakoush said. The body had been found inside a dark room with a locked door accessible only by a window. A group of men pulled him out and realized he was a foreigner and still alive.

The window tells us that this was not the safe room where Ubben claimed Stevens started out. A locked door from the outside may indicate that the murderers were stupid, or something altogether different. There is a story online that the intent of the insiders was to have Stevens abducted by al-Qaeda and held for ransom, in which case locking Stevens in this room could very well have been part of that plot. Perhaps the plotters did not have the fire as part of the plot, a fire that complicated the plot and caused it to fail as-planned.

No lights are on while he's being pulled out through the open window. If this window is to the exterior, we'd have to conclude that Stevens entered the room himself, or was brought in, from the outside (doesn't make for much logic), unless he entered by the door himself. It seems out of the question that he was brought into the room from the door, then locked in without the plotter(s) checking to assure that the window was locked. It's possible that the window goes to another area of the interior, as such cases exist where additions to buildings are built (later). But if there were no such additions built, then the tentative conclusion is that the open window goes to the outside. At the 33-second mark, there is a long ladder seen from floor up to a wall, indicating the outdoors.

Here's the video:

CBS has a video online of interior parts of the burned-out consulate, and yet neither there nor anywhere else can I find any video or photo of the room where Stevens was found.

Montmorency Role in Pseudo-Magdalene Cult

Late in the last update on the Romney section, a short message while I slept my last moment of sleep seemed tailored to the topic that was started on that morning. It seemed like a message that God wants us to know, perhaps indicating that Mitt Romney is prophecy-important because the message came about a week before the election. The message quickly got on to the identicality of the Savona/Saber bull with that of Spanish Borgia's, emphasizing that Savona's/Sabers use the Romney / Pullen scallops. There were other insights, the whole of which helped to explain the cult around Rennes-le-Chateau.

In early October, it was established well-enough that Guy of Montlhery (Paris, where the lines of the Israeli priests of Jesus' time had descendants) traced to Foix-Candale. My two-second Romney dream was that Romneys had merged with Candia's. It checked out in the last update, especially where the Romney Coat is a version of the Pullen Coat, and where the Savona/Saber Chief uses the Polesdon/Pulsipher stars, for John of Foix-CANDale married Margaret de-Pole. It became obvious (because of the dream) that the house of Candia was involved in the Candale entity due to Borgia's of GANDIA. Aside from these things, I don't know how to link Romneys to Candia's, you see, so that the Romney message drilled into my brain seems like a necessary part of this revelation.

But it wasn't until this morning, Tuesday, the day after the Romney dream, that I checked the article on Bouchard II of Montmorency. The reason that it was checked is because, when all of the trailing material of the last update was transferred to this page at the time of putting the last update online, the first thing on this page was the article on Bouchard II, founder of Montmorency. Bouchard was the uncle of Guy of Montlhery. Bouchard was a brother of Thibaud, founder of Montlhery. Here's part of the quote on Bouchard II:

Bouchard II (975-1020) le Barbu (the Bearded), was Lord of Montmorency.

He was one of the most significant lords of France under the first reign of Robert, son of King Hugh Capet [Caiaphas line very suspect here]. He had a dispute with the Abbot of S. Denis about Basset Castle. The castle was found in 998 by the king and his barons. He followed King Robert I to seat Avalon in Burgundy [suspect with Arthurian Avalon, and Borgia's should trace to the namers of Burgundy]...

He married N the widow of Hugues Basset, knight, of Chateau-Basset. His descendants include Bouchard III, Eudes, Viscount of Meulan, Alberic, Constable of France...and Foucaud, who came from the lords of Banterlu.

First of all, "Barbu" could be code here for Berbers. Note what should be the Annandale saltire surrounded by the Romney / Savona scallops in the Barber Coat. The Spanish Barbera Coat (Castile) uses the Moreno/Moratin tower exactly, even in the same colors. It's doubtful that the Barbera surname (hourglass design) was from Bouchard's beard. Isn't that the Borgia / Savona bull in the French Beard Coat? English Barbers have a bull in Crest, and use Borgia / Moreno/Moratin / Barbera colors.

It's very notable that Basset-like Bissets use a bend in the colors of the Romney / Chat(t)an bend (it was established in the last update that Chatans / Chattans were from Cattanei, the surname married by Borgia of Gandia). But the Foucaud character above struck me as a Faucet, and sure enough, entering "Facade" got the Faucet surname that traces without doubt to Foix! It's verification for what was established early in October, that Montlhery and/or Montmorency traces to Foix-Candale. And it's now tracing to a Romney element in Foix-Candale too, though it may merely be that Romneys merged with the Chattan / Basset line from the Foix-Candale entity.

It just so happens that there was a treatment on the Sitler/Schittler surname (trefoil) in the last update as it traced to various Sadducee-suspect surnames. The Sitler treatment started when I sensed that "SomerSET/SomerSAETE" should trace to Sitlers, and soon after I was exclaiming:

Just realized: the Sitlers, with SCHITTler variation, use a trefoil in the colors of the SKIT/Skeoch hourglass Shield, and in the colors of the Skit "potent" cross. The Scute's [trace-able to Placentia, where Sadducee lines are highly suspect]...were first found in the same place (Lancashire) as Sitler-like colors reversed to Sommers. Excellent. for this comes after the trace of the Sommer white-on-green to the Star white-on-green, finding now that the Settels use lozenges in the colors of the Star lozenges!

Checking the Setter surname (Lancashire again) because it could be mutual to "Star" and "Sitler," the Saber/Sabine (and Tanner) Shield-and-Chief colors came up! Sabers/Sabines are the ones using the [Arms of] Somerset bull!! [See also the Savone's/Saffins of Somerset.]

The Sabers/Sabines above are the same as the Romney- and Borgia-related Savona's/Sabers, and the reason for bringing Sitlers up in this morning's discussion is their Coat uses the black-on-gold Faucet-Coat lion, and then both Faucets and Sitlers show a black lion in their Crests too. I have been identifying the Faucet / Sitler lion as the upright Levi lion for far longer than this discussion. The very same upright lion is used in the French Vincent Coat (Languedoc), and that easily traces Sadducee-suspect Sitlers and Foix-related Faucets to Rennes-le-Chateau (beside Foix), but more importantly it traces the Da-Vinci code farce to Sadducees and the Levi surname, first found in the same place (Ile-de-France, Paris) as Montlhery and Montmorency.

For those of you tracking the Beaufort entity of Roets, there is a Montmorency-Beaufort location in the Champagne theater (near Avallon). Roets can figure into this discussion because Catherine Roet traces to the Redones of southern France, especially to Catherine of Foix.

By the way, one Foix surname uses the Romney / Chattan / Bisset bend too, if that helps to support the trace of Faucaud (son of Bouchard of Montmorency), to the Faucets / Foix. The other French Foix surname was first found in Ile-de-France.

Back to the Sitler / Faucet / Vincent lion. The Vincent lion is uses on the Shield-on-Shield found in the Arms of Rennes-le-Chateau, wherefore the three white quatrefoils used by English Vincents is capable of tracing the Croms to Rennes-le-Chateau, who not only use the three Vincent quatrefoils, but an upright black cat (suspect with "CHATeau") in Crest suggesting the upright black Levi lions above.

We just saw Sitlers and Vincents using that upright black lion, and then we saw that Stars are part of the Sitler bloodline to the Setters and related Savona's/Sabers (Saber- and "Severus-like surnames were traced in the last update to "Septimania," the area surrounding Rennes-le-Chateau, and to "Safor," the area surrounding Gandia). It just so happens that the Star Crest is roughly the same cat as in the Crom Crest. This is tracing Sitlers and other Sadducee-suspect lines to Rennes-le-Chateau.

It's intriguing that a Daryl Sitler became the captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs, founded by a Leaf-like LIVINGstone surname. I've investigated this topic before and resolved that the Caiaphas line of Levi were behind the Toronto Maple Leafs. "Toronto" was traced to "Taranto," using an Arms in the white-and-blue colors of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and then the Caiaphas-suspect Coffeys/Coffers use a version of the Arms of Taranto. "Maple" was traced to the "May pole" of witchcraft because it was taken from a maple tree, and as the Bavarian Illuminati was founded on May 1, Maypole day, I noted that the Toronto Maple Leafs were also in the colors of the Bavarian lozenges. These lozenges are known to be initially from the Bogen surname of Bavaria...suspect with the "water bouget" symbol that traced recently exactly to Bouchard II of Montmorency.

The Leaf surname was first found in Norfolk, where the same-colored Seagers and Sawyers were first found, and these white-on-blue colors are those of the Arms of Taranto. These are also the colors of the Savone's/Saffins of Somerset, where Sitlers have traced...meaning once again that Levi-suspect lines link to Sadducee-suspect lines. Romney-related Savona's/Sabers were likewise first found in Norfolk so that, indeed, Savona's/Sabers link to the Romanov line, perhaps being fundamental to Romanovs. There is a good chance that the snake under discussion is from the Angitia snake cult of the Marsi (of Abruzzo), for the Sabines/Safini lived in the same area as the Marsi. The Marsi lived at Lake Fucino, perhaps a term that links to "Faucaud."

Note the green snake in the Livingstone Crest, for Seagars use one too, as did SFORza's who were traced in the last update to "Safor," the area around Savona-related Gandia, the area suspect with the Saber and other variations of Savone's/Saffins and Savona's. Then, as Bouchard II was a brother to Thibaud, see a green snake in the Crest of the Thibaud surname, noting that it was first found in Burgundy, location of Avalon ruled by a Montmorency bloodline, and location suspect with Borgia's at Gandia. Moreover, the snake design of the Thibaud Crest is used by Save's/Saybe's/Seibes likewise using the Romney / Pullen / Bisset / Chatan bend.

The Sakar variation of Seagars is Romney-important because the Romanov surname was from Zakharians (see 1st update of October for that topic). It was also discovered (in the 1st October update) that the Jacob surname was of the Romanovs, thus linking Romneys to Jacobites, which was and is the quest to place Stewarts on the throne, the same task as the Da-Vinci cult (e.g. Lawrence Gardner's holy-grail themes). The Cave's, traced quite solidly in the last update along with Shaw- and Chaves-related Cavetts/Chevals/Chavo's to Gauden and Covenarum, and to the "holy-grail" line thereof, use a black greyhound, symbol also of the Jacobs. German Jacobs use the moline cross used also by Seagers/Sakars, which is one way to trace Jacobs to the Romanovs and Romneys.

As the white Gand/Gendron moline-cross design (in Star colors) was used until recently by Seagars/Sakars, it's evidence that the Romanov > Romney bloodline was in Gandia. Spanish Jacobs even use the Irish Burgh cross as indication that Jacobs trace to Borgia's in Gandia.

Like Thibauds and French Gands/Gants, Save's/Saybe's were first found in Burgundy, thus tending to prove that the Thibaud snake is the Save snake. The Livingstons, first found in West Lothian and using the double border design of Seatons/Saytons (East Lothian) -- whom have already traced to Gandia with Keiths/Keaths -- use a "demi-savage" holding a green snake, and the "man" in the French Gand/Gant Crest is called a savage in other surnames. As the Gand/Gant Crest is officially a "MAN'S bust," note the similar Mens Crest, for that Mens/Mengzies surname was first found in Midlothian. The Mens/Mengzies Crest is even called a savage. You understand here that, with the savage, the Save's/SAYbe's are in play, important also because Seatons/Saytons were from SAYtown.

It just so happens that the French Savage surname was first found in Champagne, the Avalon theater. It's suggesting the Montmorency line in Avalon and/or Montmorency-Beaufort in Champagne. Let me re-quote from the article on Bouchard II of Montmorency to show that the recent trace of "Beaufort" to "Beaumont" is accurate, for Robert de Beaumont, 1st earl of Leicester, was also the count of MEULAN: "[Bouchard II] married N the widow of Hugues Basset, knight, of Chateau-Basset. His descendants include Bouchard III, Eudes, Viscount of MEULAN, Alberic, Constable of France...and Foucaud, who came from the lords of Banterlu." It just so happens that the Bant/BANS surname was first found in Champagne, suggesting strongly that Foucaud of BANTerlu, who has already traced to Foix, is of the Bant surname. It just so happens that water bougets, symbol of Bouchard II, is used by BANESters.

The Leicester location of the Beaumonts and succeeding Montforts is where English Vincents (in the colors of York rather than Lancaster) were first found, important because French Vincents use the Faucet/Facade lion. It just so happens that Ban(t) was the name of Lancelot's mythical father, wherefore he is now tracing to the line of Faucaud of Banterlu. It seems evident from the Lancashire location of Banesters that "Lancelot" is part-code for Lancashire / Lancaster, where the royal line of John of Gaunt proliferated that should trace with Montmorencys to the Candale - Gandia entity.

This focus on Faucaud Banterlu is a new spin of the heraldic spider web on LanceLOT roots, but note too that there was a mythical Lot, founder of Lothian, location of the Faucaud > Faucet line!

French Banne's/Banes' use the triple chevron of the Waters...who are honored in the water bouget that partly honors Bouchard II!!! Excellent. It's proving that the Banes' and Banesters are from Banterlu. (The Water chevrons are use in the Arms of Eure-et-Loir, the area around Montlhery).

It's clear to me that the savage in the Mens Crest is a version of the "man's head" in the Sage Crest, wherefore I note that while Sage's are Seager-suspect, the Sage chevron is in the colors of the Crom chevron, thus suggesting that Sage's trace to Rennes-le-Chateau. The Sage-suspect Heads (Lancastrian roses) can trace to Foix (beside Rennes-le-Chateau) because they are highly expected with the Haddington location of Keiths and Faucets. The Haddin(g)s had traced by their "Suffer" motto to Safor, the area around Gandia, and therefore the Keith Catti traced to "Cattanei," but it just so happens that while Haddins use the Mens/Mengzies Shield-and-Chief combination, the Head unicorn heads are in the colors of the Pepin horse heads while Pepins use a "Mens" motto term! Bingo-bango, Merovingians / Carolingians of the Pepin kind have just been traced to the Cattanei bloodline that a pope Borgia had an affair with, but there is much more to glean from this paragraph.

Note that the red roses of the Heads should be those of the Hebrons because the Hebron Crest is likewise a white horse head. That suggests rather strongly that the Hebron chevron is that of the Sage's. I can then repeat that Hebrons were first found in Chillingham while Chills/Childs use the same-colored chevron again, but more importantly Childs trace to Childeric, the first Merovingian king. It checks out, and traces Hebrons to Merovingians.

Moreover, Pepins use an "est" motto term for the Franco house of Este's. It just so happens that the black unicorn in the Head Crest is of a black horse head design shown until recently in the Este Coat or Crest, and besides the Este Coat is now showing the Pepin horse heads in the same colors. Thus, the Merovingian elements at Rennes-le-Chateau's Magdalene cult are predicted to be in the Heads / Haddin(g)s.

It's important, therefore, that Sage's are a part of this Head / Haddin discussion, for as Sage's are likely of the Seagars because Heads and Seagars were both first found in Norfolk, note that the Sugar variation of snake-using Seagars is for the snake cult of Sugaar, husband of Mari, a pagan goddess not to do with Mary Magdalene at all. In fact, I trace "Pepin" to Hyksos king Apophis/Apepi, so that the Magdalene cult of southern France is rather from the Hyksos who merged in Hebron and Jerusalem with Amorites...from Mari in Babylon.

Save's/Saybe's may not only be a branch of same-colored Savone's/Saffins, but a branch of Says and Seatons of Saytown, suspect with Sadducees once again. In fact, Seatons and Keiths/KEATHS were both first found in the same place, East Lothian, the location of Haddington.

The Este's and Waters were both first found in Essex, where Vere's were first found who use a quartered Shield in colors reversed to the Say Coat. The Vere's are Haddin suspect, not only because they trace themselves to Merovingians, but because "Aubri De Ver was one of the great landowners of England and held his castle from the King at HEDINGham in Essex. He also held Kensington a suburb of London. He was ancestor of the Earls of Oxford." Interesting here is that the Kensingtons (yew tree, trefoils) use the same fesse colors as Boofima-related Boeufs while the Oxford beaver traces to Boofima elements in Bavaria.

It just so happens that the Kensington fesse is in the colors of the fish of Ken-like Keons who trace to Hyksos pharaoh, Khyan, who ruled immediately before Apophis/Apepi. It also just so happens that these colors are once again the colors of the Toronto Maple Leafs who trace to Bavaria, and that Dave Keon was yet another captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs not long before Daryl Sitler. The black Sitler lion is also the Keon lion!

As per the yew tree in the Kensington Crest, there is not Yew surname coming up, but "Jew" gets the Chews using the Catherine wheel, and first found in Somerset, where the elements of Catherine Roet lived (she used the Catherine wheel).

The upright black Levi lion of Sitlers / Vincents / Faucets / Palins (thus tracing Palins to de-Pole of Foix) must trace to the black lion of Italian Capua's/Caputo's, perhaps the Roman ancestry of Caiaphas, explaining why the "Jewish" Levi lion is in the same colors.

The Two Popes of the Round Table

It's Wednesday morning at 3 am. I awoke with Table's/Tapleys and Tapley-suspect Apple's on the brain, and before I was out of bed a few minutes later, it was realized that the BANTERlu entity of Faucaud was a PENDRagon bloodline, especially as the English Banes' use an Arthur-like motto term. Contrary to what you may think, I do not think about heraldic topics all day long. I have work to do after updates. I often wake with heraldic topics on my mind as though prepared as direction from the Lord.

In the last update, the Round and Table surnames had linked to Roets and therefore to Redones / Rhodians, explaining why Cecil Rhodes is often mentioned online with the modern Round Table Illuminati, and the Russells, suspect from the Redone entity of Roussillon, are said to be one of the 13 Illuminati families. We just saw Lothian elements playing hard into the trace to Foix, Gandia, and the Cattanei surname, but I trace Roslin of Lothian to Rosellon, the Spanish version of "Roussillon."

I've already taken a look at a few Coats this morning while entering surnames in logical fashion according to my methods after years of practice. And the Borgia bull design popped up along with the bend of Jacques de Molay, wherefore let me remind that the English Banes'/Baines' (in the colors of the Bant/Ban oak leaves) use a "dagger" while the Dagger surname uses the red Borgia bull.

The Banes' wolf is in the colors of the Quoid wolves, the latter being a known branch of Mackays along with the Bane's themselves. I traced the chains on the Quoid wolves to the chains in the Arms of Navarre months before knowing that the Navarre and Castile ancestry of Catherine Foix-Candale had to do with the mysteries surrounding Rennes-le-Chateau. The cross of Irish Burghs is probably in the Coat of Chateau's/Castile's (Artois), thus indicating in another way that Borgia's of Gandia are to be lumped in with Rennes-le-Chateau. But the same cross is used by Spanish Jacobs (said to be from Flanders), of the Romanov / Romney bloodline that has itself traced to Cattanei, Borgia's and the de-Pole surname of Catherine Foix-Candale. Once again, you see the Borgia trace to Foix, where we can expect the Faucaud of Banterlu line.

Keeping in mind that king Arthur was married to Veneti elements (suspect with Mus of Lake Van), it's known that Scottish Bane's/Beans/Vains, along with Vains/Vans, are a sept of Mackays (Mus-based), wherefore Bains/Beans/Vains link easily to English Banes/Baines' that use the Quoid/Mackay wolf. We already have evidence for a Banterlu = Pendragon equation where Banes'/Baines' use the "arte" motto term, and we can quickly trace Banterlu to the VANNoza de Cattanei / Candia (mistress of pope Rodrigo Borgia) because Bane's/Beans/Vains use the Clan Chattan motto as well as the cat design of Croms and Stars. The article on Vannoza of Cattanei says that she was involved with a Borgo location at Rome, and the Arms of Borgo use a wolf. Borgo is on the Tiber river, a term like the Tippers that I see in the Pendragon motto term "teipsum."

As Stars turned out to be of the Setter and Sitler/SCHITTler bloodline, note that Bane's/Beans/Vains use a small gold shield, symbol of SCUTE's/Scutts. I had been reasoned in a recent update that Scute's/Scutts were Shots/Shute's/Shutts, and then Bane/Bean/Vain Coat use the Shot/Shute sword design. In this paragraph, Sitlers are related to Croms too. Therefore, as the black Sitler lion is the black Vincent lion, Banes/Beans/Vains are tracing to Rennes-le-Chateau with the Cathar-suspect quatrefoils of Vincents and Croms. Reminder: Vincents and Mackays use muzzled bears.

Croms trace to the "Crom" motto term of Desmonds, who are a fundamental part of the MacCarthy/Artys of MUSkerry (i.e. from Lake Van), wherefore the "Arte" motto term of Baines'/Baines' looks like code for that Muskerry crew. It just so happens that I've identified the proto-Arthur surname, said to be in Ireland, with MacCarthys/Artys, but then proto-King-Arthur was mythicized as Pendragon, wherefore, in this picture, "Banterlu" does look like it belongs to variations of "Pendragon."

The Shot/Shutt surname became a topic at all due to the sling shot in the Arms of Dachau, and then the dagger (Mackay symbol too) in the Crest of English Beans'/Baines' gets the Dagger surname with DACKer variation. But why is the Borgia bull in the Dagger/Dacker Crest? Do Borgia's trace to Dachau (at Munich, Germany)? Dachau is in Bavaria, origin of the present pope. As the present pope uses a saddled bear, could his line trace with the muzzled bears of Vincents / Mackays to lines of pope Borgia at Rennes=le-Chateau??? Why is the present pope (with Roet-like surname) called, BENedict??? Two Benedict Coats use lions in Dempster-lion colors, and the Dutch Benedict lion could be holding the gold Banes/Baines and Scute shield.

German Benedicts/Benditts use three T-like objects (see the Tipps) called, boilers," and then the Boil/Boyle/BOGhill surname (could be a Bogen-of-Bavaria line) uses the Shot/Shutt / Dempsey sword in Crest, such a coincidence. Moreover, the Boil/Boyle/Boghill Coat uses the oak tree, a Roet symbol while pope Benedict was born a RATzinger surname.

Aha! As "Ratzinger" is suspect with the Singer surname, look at the bear of German Singers (Bavarian Swabia). It's the black bear of the Galts that is actually said to be "muzzled." Galts entered the holy-grail discussion in the last update, and their "Patentia Vincit" motto traced hard to Rennes-le-Chateau, and even to the floor of its Magdalene church! It was just moments ago when I was asking, as merely an aside, whether the present pope can trace to Rennes-le-Chateau!

Plus, English Singers use a "vincit" motto term. They also use the horse of Pharisee-suspect Freys and Free's/Phreeze's (they are now known to be the reason for "FREEmason"). How coincidental while Sitlers and Scute's / Shots/Shute's are Sadducee suspects. German Singers us the Bavarian Zionist stars belonging to the Weis' suspect at Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian Illuminati. The Benedict-suspect Banes/Beans/Vains use the Dempster lion because Dempseys and Dempsters also use the Shot/Shute sword in the same colors, and we just saw the Benedict lions in the colors of the Dempster lions.

It was the "boilers" in the German Benedict/Benditt Coat that led to the Shot/Shute sword of Boils/Boyles. As I now know the Dempster lion to be that of Bush's, note that the German Benedict/Benditt Coat uses the same Shield-and-Chief combination as Saluzzo's, thus tracing Ben clans to Saluzzo and neighboring Busca. Are these not Nazi lines since after all Dachau served as a concentration-camp headquarters? The Saluzzo combination is used also by the Roets that show the Singer-suspect oak tree!

Reminder: the Shot/Shute sword is used by Aude's who trace both to Savoy (where Cattanei/Candia elements lived) and Aude of Rennes-le-Chateau. Thus, it is very, very likely that the present pope links to pope Borgia, especially as the Faucaud Banterlu line traced to Foix.

Now the Rat/Rait surname uses what should be a version of the Sinclair cross, and Sinclairs are also "SINGular." This recalls the Singletons/Singletarys using what I see as the three Water chevrons in colors reversed, important because Benedicts are suspect from the Languedoc Banes' using the Water chevrons...used probably also by Clares. The latter's are suspect with the John-de-Burgo line because Dutch Burgs showed the Clare chevrons exactly until recently. The son of pope Borgia and Vannoza Candia was a John too i.e. suggesting that John de Burgo, of whom little is known, can apply to that son.

The T-like symbols of German Benedicts/Benditts should be compared with the T "or "tau") of Liptons/Luptons using the Pendragon chevron, in my opinion. They are lilies in the Lipton/Lupton chevron, same as the fleur-de-lys in the Pendragon chevron. Liptons/Luptons and Pendragons are in the colors of Uptons, suggesting that "Lupton" is to be understood as L'Upton, but it's important that Uptons and Borgia's use the Moline cross.

Uptons were first found in the same place (Cornwall) as Pendragons and Tippers. The Pendragon fleur belong to the Sales from Saluzzo, but the points here ar: 1) the scallops on either side of the T in the Lipton/Lupton Chief are in the colors of the scallops in the Dagger/Dacker Coat while the latter use the red Borgia bull in Crest!!! 2) I traced (years ago) the Lipton/Lupton T to the Tipper / Tipps surnames now suspect with "Tiber," and it just so happens that the Liptons/Luptons use a wolf, symbol of Borgo on the Tiber, where Arthurian-suspect Vannoza Cattanei had interests. What an amazing morning this is turning out to be, and I haven't yet gotten around to showing the other surname that popped up today using the Borgia bull design.

UNBELIEVABLY, I wrote the above almost forgetting what I've mentioned several times, that the Arms of the present pope use, not just a saddled bear, but a gold-on-red scallop, the colors of the Lipton/Lupton / Dagger/Dacker scallops! Note the small crosses at the bottom of the arms, for they look like the crosses used in the Arms of Jacques de Molay.

The Pendragon-chevron colors are those of the Cather/Catter chevron, and Cathers were first found in the same place (BERKshire) as Croms, if that helps to support the trace of Croms to the Cathars...who were found earlier to be linked with Jacques de Molay.

The Borgo location appears to be related fundamentally to Vatican Hill: "The territory of the Borgo during the Roman age was part of the fourteenth Regio, Transtiberim, and was named Ager Vaticanus, after the auguries (vaticinii), which were taken there by the Etruscan Augures." Does this mean that the Vatican was named after the Roman auger pagan priesthood? It would figure. Suddenly, the Borgia and Burghs are tracing to Vatican Hill of a before Burgundians proper.

So, the pope can trace to Rennes-le-Chateau along with the Dachau links of Borgia's, but of greater importance suddenly is that all of Freemasonry is now tracing to the Vatican Hill in pagan times before the papacy. The Borgia-related Romneys can be expected to be from these early Romans. The French Borgia's/Burgs were first found in the same place (Languedoc) as French Mountains, and it's the latter who use the Borgia bull, though in the colors of the Vincent quatrefoils.

With pope RAT-ZINGER tracing to the Tiber, the question now is whether the Table/Tapley surname traces to variations from "Tiber," wherefore lets keep in mind that the Roet tree is likely in one Singer Coat. Moreover, as the Table surname is of the Arthurian cult, I'm not forgetting my trace of Arthurs to Ardea south of Rome, where Rutili lived who smack of Roets. The THIBALds (in Table/Tapley colors), who smack of "Table," were first found in Burgundy, and that's where I expect Borgo-of-Vatican-Hill elements. It just so happens that the Mountains above use, not just the Borgia bull, but the saltire of French Messiers/Messeys, first found in Burgundy.

Then, English Mountains use half that saltire, which is the bend of Jacques de Molay, and it was astounding to find the martlets of this Mountain Coat because I awoke with the Table surname on the brain, thinking that they should link to Apple's (as in Table = D'Apple), and here the English Mountain Coat uses footless martlets, in the same colors, as Apples and Applebys! All three surnames use six martlets.

Applebys were first found in the same place, WestMorland, as the Liptons/Luptons using the pope's scallop, and then the Arms of the pope also show a Moor head. Thus, once can trace the Borgo location on the Tiber to Messeys and Borgia's of Burgundy, through to Westmorland's Round table bloodline in the Apples. Two good points can be had here, one being the association made by others between Arthurian Avalon and apples, and another point being that the Contevilles, from a Burgo family, trace to Messey-related Ranulf le Meschin, who ruled Copeland and therefore likely neighboring Westmorland. Burgundy's Avallon is suspect with the Avalon titles of the line of Faucaud Banterlu, the line being traced to Benedicts.

I've just noted that the Italian Conte Coat no longer shows the lion design of the Languedoc Ville's, but now shows the black-on-gold Levi lion used by Vincents / Sitlers! That is more meaningful because, I've only just learned, the Dutch Benedict lion design is, not only that of the Ville's and what Conte's used to show, but colors reversed from the Ville lion!

It can be added that I traced Ville's to Seleucids out of Sulcis in Sardinia. For one reason, Sulcis is beside Piscinas, meaning "fountain" in Italian, and then Ville's are shown as Font de Ville's. By that time, Sulcis had been established as the ancestry of Silesia, where Sitlers were first found!!! Zowie, yes, I understand, for it is expected that remnants from the Seleucid king, Antiochus IV -- the forerunner to the end-time anti-Christ who ravaged Israel in Maccabee times -- merged with Sadducee elements. And Italian Conte's were first found all around the Ferrara area, where Maccabee and Pharisee lines had been traced.

Plus, as Roets are figuring into the pope's bloodline while Sitlers figure into both his and pope Borgia's, by what coincidence do Roets use the crescent of German Kerns, first found in Silesia. Irish Kerns use the Star chevron and thus link to Sitlers of Silesia, explaining why Sitlers and Irish Kerns both use a black lion.

If Dutch Benedict lion holds a book, since one can see a black shadow/area at the top of the rectangular object, then it's important that the Roet Crest is a book. In this case, Benedicts link to the Books/Boggs, which recalls the Boils/Boyle with BOGhill variation accessed from the "boilers" of German Benedicts. Plus, Books/Boggs/Bogues were first found in the same place, bear-depicted Berwickshire, as Arthurs, while the present pope uses a bear that is tracing well to the Arthurian bear. The Book/Bogg stag design is used by Celts/Colts and related Rollo's, but more-importantly by the Keiths who trace exactly to Vannoza Cattanei of Borgo interests at Vatican hill. It can also be said here that the Rat Coat is probably the Sinclair cross in the colors of the Bogens and Bug's.

The hourglass in the Book/Boggs Crest can be traced to Renfrew, where Speers were first found who trace to the Spree river flowing in Lusatia through a small part of northern Silesia. The Rat motto, "Spero meliora," seems part-code for Melusine of Lusatia > Lusignan, part-code for Speers, and part-code for the Ore's of Renfrew. The Vatican orb symbol (though I don't know whether the Vatican calls it by such a term) could be for the Ore bloodline. The orb is used by Montreuils who show a white-on-royal-blue crescent suspect with the Roet, Savone, and/or Conte crescent.

As French Lemons use the orb too, I've just arrived to a purple lion, the design of which I am not at all familiar with, by misspelling "Lemon " as "Emon." The surname shows at "Emont," suggesting the Mountains, perhaps. I've been wondering whether Mountains and Montreuils are related since before arriving to the paragraph. French Lemons (Brittany) are in the colors of the Borgia bulls as used by the Languedoc Mountains. The Mountain bulls are in the colors of the Lemon orbs.

English Lemons/Leemans, I've just noted, use the fesse colors of Table's/Tapleys, very important because English Mountains use the martlets of Table-suspect Apples. English Lemons even use the dolphin design of Tiber- and Tapley-suspect Tippers, in-turn in Mountain and French Lemon colors. The question is, therefore, whether "Lemon" is part of the Emon/Emont/Emond surname, and the LaMonte/LaMonde variations of Lemons would suggest it. French Mountains are also "LAMONTaigne." This must be the Mormon-beloved Lemnites and Aphrodite to the blue apples.

Tippers are said to be from "Theobold, meaning bold people." It's smacking of "Thibaud," founder of Montlhery. The Thibaud/Thiboul/Tibbo surname happens to use a chevron in the colors of the dolphin-using Lemons/Leemans so that a link of Thibaud, Guy I, Bouchard II, and Faucaud Banterlu to the Arthurian Round Table is expected.

Now the "bold" term in the Tipper write-up looks like code to indicate that Thibauds/Thiboult, for example, link to Bold-like surnames. The Bolds/Bolts happen to use the black griffin of the Scotts (Kent, same place as Roet-related Chaucers) who show the Catherine wheel, important because the Scottish Scott bend was linked to the bend of Jacques de Molay while English Mountains with the Table suspect Apple surname use the same bend. Bolds/Bolts, already suspect with the Roet Table, were first found in Lancashire, where we can expect Roets.

The same black griffin is used by Wills who seem honored in the Mens/Mengzies (= Pepin Merovingians) motto, and then the latter surname uses Shield-and-Chief colors of Thibauds. It's telling me what was already suspected, that Thibaud was a Merovingian because Thibauds use the Chill/Child chevron in colors reversed. One of Clovis' sons (and of Childeric's grandsons) was Theobald: "The death of Theudebert, in 548, was soon followed by that of his son Theobald, in 555, and by the death of Childebert in 558, Clotaire I, the last of the four brothers, becoming sole heir to the estate of his father, Clovis."

French Boults get the Bouillons using the Moor head, wherefore let's not forget that the pope's arms uses a Moor head while Benedicts use "boilers" for a Boyle surname. Boults/Bouillons are also Bouille and Bouylle. It was already suspect that pope Benedict traced to the Banterlu sector of the family of Thibaud of Montlhery, but here he's even tracing to one of the founders of the Templars. Did you note that Boults/Bouillons use nearly the same cross as Borgia's/Burgs? Once again, the present pope is tracing to Borgia's.

The other Bolts use a "bird bolt," which is an arrow, symbol in the Bolton Crest (Lancashire again). The chevron of the latter is in the colors of the Thibaud chevron. Having thus found Thibauds to be related to Bolts/Bolds, note that while his line to Faucaud Banterlu was identified with mythical Lancelot, the Bolts / Boltons were first found in Lancelot-suspect Lancashire. I'm guessing that the stag head in the Bolton Crest is the one half-way down the Rollo/Rollock page, important because Rollo Sinclair was also "Rolph," while Scottish Rolphs/Ralphs use water bougets, symbol of Thibaud's brother, and of the Lancaster Banesters. Chances are, English Rolphs use the Thibaud Shield-and-Chief combination in colors reversed.

I haven't yet mentioned how I found, early this morning, the Borgia bulls in the Mountain Coat. It had to do with "A mountain lion holding a shield" in the Bane/Bean/Vain Coat. As you can see, their Dempsey / Dempster sword is likewise called a "dagger." The mountain lion here was followed after seeing the "A cat-a-mountain sejant guardant proper, on a green MOUNT with a paw resting on a gold estoile" of the Stars. Remember here that "guardant," used for the Crom cat too, is tracing to the surname of Lawrence Gardner, writer of da-Vinci code themes. The Mont surname shows the same lion (same colors) as the Bane/Bean/Vain lion.

It was suggested that the purple-lion Emonts/Emonds, first found in BERKshire, should link to Mountains (BURGundy), and so let me add here that Croms were first found in Berkshire too.

It just so happens, I've just learned, that the Shield-and-Chief combination of Mens/Mengzies and Thibauds is used by Gards! And that Bold/Bolt / Scott griffin just presented above is used by English Gards!! It's tracing Gardners, who almost use the present pope's scallop, to Pepinid Merovingians. That's very good because Merovingians were in marital cahoots with Basina, of the Bassianus bloodline that likes to use besants on blue, as you see in the Coat of Mere-related Ben(t)s/Bends (Lancashire).

It's very clear to me that the "Timere" motto term of Bens/Bends is for the Mere's and DeMere's of Cheshire, where Bens/Bends were first found. The Mere and DeMere ships reflect the ship of the Bane's/Beans/Vains, but more to the point, the Mere's are also "Meyer" while the ships are in the colors of Spanish Majors/MAYERdomo's whose checks trace to the floor of the Magdalene church. You can understand the Cheshire Mere's, therefore, to be the "Mary" part of the Mary Magdalene code, and once again that cult is tracing to Merovingians.

French Mere's/More's (Feller format) use the colors of the Mountains, and were first found in the same place (Burgundy) as Messeys who use the Mountain saltire. French Mere's/More's even use scallops in the colors of the Mountain bulls that surround the Messey saltire. Dutch Mere's/Meers use the Massin/Mason/Macon and Freie lion.

Thus, it's obvious that the Mere's/Meyers, honored by the besant-using Bends (Bellamy Shield?), link to the Massey-related DuMAS besants and therefore to the LaMAS the colors of the Mere scallops. But as Mere's/Meyers are tracing to the floor of the Magdalene church, it should be noted that these colors are also those of the Vincents, whose bear already linked to the Massey bloodline. The same colors are used by Penders (Cheshire) and Panters, terms suspect t with "BANTERlu." Irish Pender(gast)s use "Vincit" in a two-word motto reversed to the two-word Keith motto, thus tracing Penders to Borgia's / Chatans.

Aha! The Tape's/Toups use the Mens/Mengzies / Thibaud Shield-and-Chief combo once again, but with water bougets overtop. There are grails ion the Tape/Toup Chief. Topps use the same colors, with a GAUNTlet glove in the canton "square." It's supporting the Roet trace to "Round Table" (because Catherine Roet married Gaunt). Catherine Roet married a Swynford surname that can trace round-about via Sweeney- and Sweyne-related Neils to the Glory/Lowry surname using a white grail cup, the color of the Tape/Toup grail cup.

When we have a grail cup with a surname suspect with the Arthurian round table, we are probably on the heart of the grail line, and as you can see, it's the Pepin and/or Clovis bloodline. I had traced Clovis also to the Roman emperor Valentinian, wherefore see what looks like a version of the Pendragon chevron (white color as with the Chill/Child chevron) with what should be the white Pepin horse winged, in the Valentine Coat and Crest. The Valence/Vallant surname, first found in Kent, where some Roet-Chaucer elements are expected, uses the footless martin design of Apples / Applebys, and of course these martins/martlets trace to the Pepinid, Charles Martel...but likely also to mythical Merlin (originally "Myrddin"), code for the Martel bloodline.

The Blue Apples of Dagobert

I neglected to mention that, because the same footless martins (same colors too) as used by one of the two Appleby Coats are used in the English Mountain Coat (both surnames blue Shield), it may seem that the "blue apples" of the Magdalene church had to do with Jacques de Molay, for the Mountains above use the same bend as de-Molay. It just so happens that the Saunier surname (Perigord) uses a chevron in the colors of the de-Molay bend, and then here's on the builder of the Magdalene church:

Sauniere died in 1917, leaving the secret of where he got his fabulous wealth...Was it the lost treasure of the Knights Templar or the Cathars in the area?...Was Sauniere blackmailing the Church with some terrible secret? The evidence that points to the last possibility is that Sauniere's confession before his death was so shocking that the priest who heard it denied him absolution and last rites.

The mystery is rendered greater by a series of parchments found by the cleric in 1891, which contained an easily discovered cipher. They were apparently written by his predecessor, Abbe Antoine Bigou, confessor to Marie d'Hautpoul, in 1781. The same cipher appears on her tombstone...

Hidden within those Latin parchments were two messages in French:

This treasure belongs to Dagobert II King and to Sion and he is there dead.

Shepardess no temptation that Poussin Teniers hold the key peace 681 by the cross and the horse of God I complete this Daemon guardian at midday blue apples.

As with most every code from Masons, codes are for surnames. I didn't have the Dagobert (a Merovingians that cultists like to stress) topic here in mind when tracing the round table above to Merovingians. There is a good chance here that the Dagger/Dacker surname, with Borgia bull, traces to the same entity as "Dago(bert)."

I CAN SCARCELY BELIEVE WHAT JUST HAPPENED. I KID YOU NOT that after writing the last sentence above, the Pousson/Poisson surname was entered to find the same scallops as in the Dagger/Dacker coat !!!!!!!

These scallop colors are used by the present pope as well as between the 'T' in the in the Lipton/Lupton Chief. It's begging whether that 'T' is for "Teniers," but then zowie see that the Pousson/Poisson Coat also shows a dolphin in the style of the Tipper dolphin! And the Tipper dolphin is blue. It can also be noted that while the Sauniere surname shows a Saulnier variation, the Shaw-suspect Saul/SAWly surname -- with a Shield-on-Shield of in the colors of the same in the Arms of Rennes-le-Chateau -- was first found in the same place (Cornwall) as Tippers and Pendragons.

Entering "Tenier" gets the Tenarre/TenART surname using three chevrons in Saul / Sauniere colors, and because it was first found in Burgundy, I'm going to link them to the Mountain saltire (in the same colors), that being the saltire of Messeys from Burgundy. It very logical, not only due to the other Mountain Coat using the de-Molay bend and the Apple / Appleby martins, but because both the Dagger/Dacker and Mountain surnames use the Borgia bull design...which should ultimately trace to Burgundians of a surname using the bull.

As Mountains use a white-on-blue bull, it recalls the same of the Boso/Bosoni/Bosni Coat. This bull previously showed only in white, but now shows half white, half red, the latter being the color of the Borgia / Dagger bull color. I originally looked up this surname as per a certain Boso's, counts of Italy and of Turin. "Bos" can mean, "bull." See the Bosonid dynasty, from Provence / Arles (mouth of the Rhone), and married into the royal Carolingians, and do note that there is an Auriol location near Arles to which I trace the Lamas surname that's in the colors of the Boso bull, important because Lamas' traces to Julia Bassianus Maesa (= Clovis ancestry) of the El-Gabal cult thought to be from the bull-depicted Baal cult. In this picture, there is a good chance that "Boson" is from "Bassianus."

Reminder: I trace "El-GABAL" to "GOPLO" where Polish Mieszko's arose that I link to Mackays using the dagger, and then the Mieske surname uses a bull too. Besides, I had traced Mieszko to Merovingians, and so they do appear to be from Dagobert, especially as Mieszko was also called, Dagome. I even traced Mieszko's ancestry Bistue on the Urbanus river next to the BOSNia river. Note the Bassan and Boson Coats, the latter showing three arrows in the colors of the Roet crescent on royal blue.

The Boson Coat evoked the Ender/Inger Coat, which showed until recently with white arrows. It now uses red arrows, in the shape and positions exactly of the Boson arrows. Enders/Ingers were first found in the same place (Cornwall) as Saul's/SAWlys. It's probably important here that Bole's and Shaws use grail cups in the same colors, for Bole's (Pollock boar in black, color of BUSh boar) should trace to "Boleslaw," son of Mieszko I. His other son was BEZprym. Mieszko II was "Lambert," suggesting the lambs in the Lamas Coat.

It happens that Bosons were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as SAWyers and Seagers, while all three use a blue Shield.

Enders/Ingers were at Bottreaux, and a Bottreaux/Botterill surname happens to use besants, nine of them, the number of stars in the Gorze/Goss/Joss Coat, important because a daughter of Boso the Elder married Bivin of Gorze (smacks of "bovine"). I traced Mieszko's and Maxwells to the Rijeka location of the house of Este (related to Bute / Bude lines from Butua/Budva), smacking of Rixa, wife of Mieszko II Lambert, and then there is a Gorski location beside Rijeka that traced without doubt to Gores and Coles (use the Mieske bull). Therefore, this house of Gorze must trace to Mieszko's at Gorski.

As Bottreaux's use a cinquefoil in colors reversed to Potters, lets first of all recall that the Arthurian grail was traced chiefly, by at least one myth writer, to mythical Bors, while the Bors surname uses pots. The other point is that Potters use a sea horse, symbol of the Arms of Budva/Butua, where BOTTreaux's/BOTTERills can trace. Indeed, for it Botters and Potters were both first found in Hampshire!

A trace to Puters of Cornwall seems likely because Bottreaux is in is a Bude location. The Coat of Welsh Bude's (Cornwall) happens to use three gold-on-blue arrows pointed up, the colors of the Boson arrows pointed up. As English Bude's were first found in the same place (Essex) as Camulodunum (where Mieszko-related, bull-using Coles ruled), it's evident again that we are discussing lines from Nahor's second son, Buz, and Nahor's third son, Kemuel.

Don't Bude's trace to Avalon = Bute, an island depicted by apples, and aren't Apple-related Mountains and Messeys from Burgundy, location of Avallon? Bute's/Butt are in Bude colors, and both surnames use estoiles in honor of the Pepin-related Este's. Pepins and Pipe's (use the same Coat and Crest) use a camel as code for Kemuel elements in Camulodunum, for the Pepin horse head is at this time the Este's horse head design, in the same colors even, while Este's were first found in Colchester, previously Camulodunum. the same place as design .

The seven-pointed estoile in the Bude Crest is within a blue roundel (hurt) used in the Table/Taplow Coat. It's likely, therefore, that the arrows above trace to the Arrow/Artois surname using fleur-de-lys in colors reversed to the Pepin / Pipe fleur. Therefore, the TenARDES variation of the Tenier surname seems part with the Artois/Ardon/ARTES surname. It's important here that Tenier's and Apple's are in the same colors with blue Shield, for "Pousson Tenier" appears in the codeword with "blue apples." Then, entering "Pous" gets a POTTeau/Pote/Postel surname first found in Artois and using the cross and colors of Chateau's/Castile's, likewise first found in Artois!!! One important question solved: the Chateau/Castile surname does trace to Rennes-le-Chateau.

Moreover, the French Arden Coat uses the Saunier/Saulnier chevron...and a sun expected of their Solniere variation, especially as Sols/Solana's traced recently to Sauniere's. Ardens (Limousin) and Sauniere's -- using chevrons in the colors of the triple Tenier/Tenardes chevrons -- were first found beside one another in central France.

Let's go back to the Gorze/Goss surname to see that it links likely to a Belgian George/Jorge/Gorgen surname using scallops in the colors of the Pousson/Poisson scallops. The Gorze/Goss description: "A falcon with wings expanded, ducally gorged..." I ventured to trace "expanded" to Pendragon elements of Exeter, but if the "ducally" term, seen often in heraldry, is for Dougals, note that Piast-suspect Posts and Dougals use the same lion, the Bute lion in colors reversed.

It just so happens that the same-colored Mole Coat uses "Post" in it's motto...i.e. suggesting Post elements at Jacques de Molay's line.

Posts are being regarded here because of the Postel variation of the Pous/Pote surname. It's the Potter / Puter / Botter grail line, isn't it? Lookie here at what tends to prove that the "gorged" code of Gorze's/Goss' is for George's. When I saw the Vander Post variation of Dutch Posts, it recalled that I intended to check the VANDER surname for links to Faucaud of BANTERlu. If the "expanded" code of Gorze's/Goss' can be for Pendragons, it can be for Banterlu too. First, it just so happens that the English George Coat shows the Facade/Faucet lion in the same colors.

Second, while there is no Vander Coat coming up, one Danish Winter surname uses this description: "...a silver bear collared and seated." The "seated" code recalls that Sitlers use the Facade/Faucet lion, but the point is the Seat surname, using besants on blue, the color of the George besants that hold the Facade/Faucets / Sitler lions. Both the Seats and the George's above use a blue bird, the Seat's calling theirs "A blue demi cock, wings expanded." It can be ascertained, therefore, that the Winter surname traces to "Banterlu."

The Demy/Dumais surname (link easily to Messeys/Messiers), by the way, is suspect with the Dumas surname likewise (as with Seats) using besants on blue. It not only tends to prove that "demi" is for the Dumas / La Mas-of-Auriol bloodline, but just look at the (symbol-less) Demy/Dumais chevron, once again in the colors of Tenier/Tenardes / Arden / Saunier / Falcon/Falken chevrons. Reminder: Spanish Falcons use checks in the colors of the floor at Sauniere's Magdalene church.

The DuMAIS/LeMAIS variations suggest the Mais/May Coat with the Moratin castle atop the rock design now used by Roques of Languedoc. I've made a new discovery here when seeing the "Fa'side Castle" in the Facade/Faucet write-up. The Side/Syd surname was entered to find a lion in Facade-Faucett-lion colors. It suggests very strongly that Sitlers and Side's are related thereby to the Fawside/Falside/FAUKside location of Facade's/Faucets...meaning that Sitlers are tracing to Lothian's Haddington...and all that this implies for a Sitler trace to Rennes-le-Chateau.

AHA! What a new discovery it is proving to be, for FAUKs/Fage's/CHAULNnes'/CHOLNes' were first found in the same place (Perigord) as Sauniers/SAULNiers/SOLNiere's! Just like that, Facade's/Faucets and the line from FAUCaud of Banterlu are discovered merged with the builder of the Magdalene church!

Reminder: Sitler- and Settle-related Stars us a chevron in colors reversed to the Chaucer-suspect Shake's/SKAKERleys with MOLEhills, thus tracing Sitlers to Jacques de Molay. Plus, as Seats call their bird a demi cock, the Cocker-suspect Chaucers / Chalkers are coming to mind again with the Chaulnes variation of the Sauniers. Such surnames as the Caulan / Collen / Colin could apply to "Chaulner." Note that the Collen chevron is in the colors of the CHILL/Child chevron, suggesting the possibility that Chaulners and Sauniers (or at least the Saulnier variation of Sauniers) were Merovingians of the Childeric kind. The trefoil of the Collens may have been anciently understood as a clover as code for Clovis (Childeric's son).

As Chaucers married Roet, note that the gold on royal blue of Roets is in the Fauk/Chaulnes Chief. It's important because the Roets using those colors have the sleeping moon of Kerns first found in Silesia and found to be related there to Silesian Sitlers. But that's where CORNwall appears to come in, into the Kern bloodline, that is, for we have seen plenty of surnames (including the Sauls/Sawlys) in this discussion first found in Cornwall, and to that list we can add the Cocks/Cockers.

One Cornwall/Carnvale Coat uses the same fesse, probably, as Cocks/Cockers, and the other Cornwall surname has a motto tracing to the Levi-Salyes merger, or, more specifically, a Levi merger with Durants. The latter surname use the Gunn/Guine ship and has already linked to the Guienne entity of Catherine Roet.

While the Corn surname is also, CAWny, the Irish Cawly/Cauley surname uses the lion of the Cornwalls. Moreover, the Scottish Cawly/Cauley Coat (ARDENcaple) uses what looks to be a version of the Cornwall fesse...suggesting that Cornwalls / Corns/Cawnys are a fundamental part of the Saulnier side of the Saunier bloodline. To put this another way, these Caw terms trace to grail-line Shaws evident in the Sauls/SAWlys who use the Shield-on-Shield of Rennes-le-Chateau).

It appears that Caiaphas-suspect Shaves > Chaves > Shaw terms morphed into Sawl / Saul terms. English Cawlys/Caleys, with a Shield quartered into the colors of the Magdalene-church checks, were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as SAWyers (In Romanov colors), and then Sawyers show black and gold checks on their Apple-suspect blue Shield (that is, Sawyers use the footless martins of Apples / Applebys / Mountains)!! I had no idea until now that the Sawyer Coat traces to the blue apples in the codework above. Clearly, Sawyers and related Sakars/Seagars/Sugars trace fundamentally to Sauniers.

And it means that Romanovs at the root of Sakars/Seagars trace to Rennes-le-Chateau, even as Romneys did independently. I have just re-loaded the Romanov surnames, and am asking myself whether it was mentioned that both the Italian Romanovs and Quillans use the same white-wolf design (it's the Fleming wolf design). Quillan is a location smack beside Rennes-le-Chateau.

It is excellent timing to get the Quillan topic here alongside the mention of the quartered Shield of Cawleys, for the same quarters are used by Kills/Keele's, and then Quillans are also "MacKillan"! I recall this topic as it included the Zollerns / Hohenzollerns with the same quarters, suggesting that the Solniere variation of Sauniers and the Cholney variation of Faux'/Chaulnes' belongs to Zollerns.

Doesn't "Chauln(es)" and it's Chollens variation smack of Will-suspect "Quillan"? It could therefore be added that the black Will and Scott griffin design is seen in the Collen Crest, and it's in gold, the color of the similar griffin in the Crest of Quillan-colored Caulans. Both Irish Caulans, and Collens, use the footless martin design of Sawyers / Apples, and so the Saunier-suspect Chaulnes line is tracing hard to Quillan.

Scottish Caulans, showing properly as "Cowen," use the Annandale Shield-and-Chief combination, and were first found in Ayrshire, while the Arms of Ayrshire uses a version of the Annandale Coat as well as a "Shaw" motto term. You understand here that Annandale's trace to Ananias while Shaws trace to Caiaphas, his son-in-law. This is your filthy holy grail bloodline, still trying to murder Jesus Christ. Yes, they thought they were rid of him 2,000 years ago, but their ghosts live to this day seeking to destroy faith in Christ.

Collers/Koellers/Koelners could apply as they use a Herod-suspect heart pierced by arrows. Irish Collers use a version of the Ayer chevron (thus assuring linkage to Kill-suspect Kyles), but instead of quatrefoils, Collers use the leopard heads of Coppers/Coopers known (by me) to trace to the mother (Kypros) of Herod the great demon. (Coppers/Coppers use a saltire in colors reversed to the Messey / Mountain saltire)

The Kyle-related Coles'/Coals use what looks like a version of the green coiled snake in the Sakar/Seager Coat, one good reason to trace Kyles of Ayrshire and Cole's of Camulodunum to Sigrid the Haughty, and to Sugaar, devil-husband of the Basques goddess, Mari:

Occasionally the figure of Mari is linked to the kidnapping or theft of cows...Maybe the most famous were her two sons, Atxular and Mikelatz. Atxular represents largely the Christianized Basque soul, becoming a priest after having learned from the Devil himself in a church in Salamanca and then having escaped. Mikelatz instead seems to have a more negative or wild character and is sometimes assimilated into the spirit of storms, Hodei or embodied as young red bull.

The red Borgia bull? The Coller/COWley surname implied?

By the way, entering "Salamanca" gets the Spanish Salines Coat.

As I trace the Savona's using the same bull to the Exodus pharaoh (Khyan/APACHnas), the bull of Cole's (Cornwall again) is now in the design of the "steer" used by German BACHS. But this steer design, as well as the design of the Cole bull, are relatively new-showing. In past years, the gold Bach steer was a calf, convincing me that heraldry people knew the Bachs to trace to "Apachnas"...because it was during his reign that Israelites under Moses made a golden calf in their wilderness of sin. Cawleys/Cauleys and Welsh Bachs even use the same colored stars, colors reversed from the Kyle / Glass star. Yes, the Glass surname is now engaging the Caw / Shaw terms at Rennes-le-Chateau.

The Beard surname, shown earlier with Berber-suspect surnames linking well to Bouchard II Barbo, use the so-called steer design of Bachs, though Beards call it a "red bull."

Both the Ananias-suspect Caulans/Cowens of Ayrshire and Irish Haughts use "iter" in their motto, though I don't know what it's code for. The "alum" motto term of the same Caulans/Cowens gets the Yorkshire Hallams/Hallands...the lion of which was revealed by God's vision to emailer Patterson to be a lion named something like, "Cappeo." It had been quickly traced to Coppers/Coppers.

I've been saying that the Exodus Hyksos merged in their desperation with Amorites of pre-Israeli times, and so see what was just found (for the first time, I think). Upon entering "Steer," I recognized the "Tu ne cede" motto phrase from the recent usage of it in the Amore/Amoor Coat. Steers were first found in the same place (Sussex) as Collars/Collards.

Let's go back to the Winters that were tracing fairly well to the Banterlu elements at Foix. The Winter bear, which we can expect to link with the Vincent bear, is "collered," and then the Collers/Cowleys above use "A gold demi-griffin with a green collar." Moreover, the Collar surname is properly, Collard/Callard (Moor heads), smacking of the Cholney variation of Chalneys (Perigord) and therefore link-able to Saunier's/Saulniers (Perigord). Collars/Collards were first found in Essex, where Cole elements are expected (i.e. at Colchester).

But the Collar/Collard write-up includes: "First found in Essex and Sussex...", and Sussex is where the Coopers/Coppers were first found that use the leopard design of Collers/Cowleys. Now you know that Herod liners trace to Coles / Kyles who are themselves part of the Sauniere bloodline. English Collers/Collyers use a "demi negro."

Isn't this negro and the Moor head that of the Chappes'??? Interesting here is that French Colins were first found in the same place (Ile-de-France) as Chappes'...and Morencys and Montlhery, the very line to which I'm tracing Winters. As English Collers/Collyers use a "Nemo" motto term, let's see what Nimo's/Newmarshes can offer to this discussion. The Nimo saltire looks like the Annandale saltire as used in the Arms of Ayrshire. The Nimo motto uses "show," and then entering that term gets the Schauers with SCHAW variation. Doesn't this jibe already with the Chappes'? We are right back to the Caw / Shaw terms. The Nimo Coat uses a "boast" motto term while Bush-suspect Boasts/Boosts use the Cheney / Sale bend in the colors of the Collers/Cowleys...and of the Ayers with "sola" motto term.

As Collers/Collyers use a "demi" negro, by what coincidence were both Scone's and Nimo's first found in Stirlingshire? For as Demy's are properly DuMAIS/LeMAIS, the Mais Coat uses the same white-on-blue tower as Scones. The Scone tower is the design of the Moratins (in Morency colors) shown properly as "Moreno," smacking of Morencys. Thus, Montmorency at Ile-de-France, and suspect there with lines from Israeli chief priests, is tracing to the Stone of Scone. Recently, the Stone of Scone was traced (by me) to Herods, wherefore note that the Logan/Lennan heart is in Morency / Morenos colors, for the Morency write-up traces the family to "counts of LOGNy." As the heart of Logans/Lennans (AYRshire) is known to be that of Douglas', the black entity to which Douglas' are traced look here to be the Morency Mauritanians.

The full motto of Collers/Collyers is, "Nemo sine cruce beatus," and then the Beaty/Betty Coat uses keys, symbol of Sheaves/Chaves/CHIAPPoni's. Caiaphincidence?

The Beatys/Bettys even use a "COELeste" motto term for king-Cole elements in Essex, for it happens that the Lemon/Leemon/Lemans surname was first found in Essex with Beaty/Bettys also use a "Liumen" motto term. The Lemons/Lemans' are the ones using what should be the Table/Tapley fesse, wherefore they trace to the line of Faucaud Banterlu, where Winters have been traced. We would not be on the Beaty/Betty and Lemon/Lemans surnames at this time had it not been for the collared bear of Winters. To prove Winter links to Beatys/Bettys, compare the upward sword through a boar's head of Baits/Beaths to the upward sword (same design) through an "otter's head" of Venders/Fentors.

Now we know that Winters are Windsors mentioned in the Other/Otter Coat as deriving from Others/Otters. There's yet another otter in the Crest of Bee's/Beths/Beatons, said to be from king MacBeth. For me, this is the line of Buz, for Windsors and Stewarts must always trace to Nahorites.

English Winters use simply "A deer" in Crest, and then Deers (Bedford) use the black pale in the Arms of BEDford, thus verifying that Bedford was named after the Beths, Beatys, Baits, etc. In fact, a black pale in the colors of the Deer / Bedford pale is used by Beatys/Bettys. The Bedford surname uses "sequatur" while Beatys/Bettys use "sequamur" in their mottoes. As Collers/Collyers use both "Nemo" and "beatus," note that Bedfords also use a Nimo-suspect "Animum." In my opinion. Nimo's were merged with the Shaw bloodline.

The Beatys/Bettys are literally the Barney and Betty Rubble line...i.e. Hanna-Barbera productions, suspect from Hannibals and Berbers, named those cartoon characters after the Betty and Barney surnames, both using keys in colors reversed from one another. I've traced these keys to that of the Shaw-line Sheaves/Chaves. To help link Beatys/Bettys to Barneys, the same sword design seen through the Bait/Beath boar and the Vender/Fentor otter is in the German Barney Chief. Plus, English Barneys and Otters/Others both show three gold symbols on their same-colored bends.

Thus, with Winters now identified as Windsors, the Banterlu line is itself suspect as a Windsor line. The Vender/Fentor sword is used exactly (colors included) in the Chaine/Chenay Coat, wherefore let's be reminded of the Nimo-honored, Nahorite-suspect Boasts/Boosts tracing to George Bush, and using a version of the Cheney bend. Both Boats/Boosts and Nimo's use gold cinquefoils, symbols large of the Bus and Hamelton branches of Nahorites. Buckets/Bocards (in Apple colors probably not by chance) use gold cinquefoils too, important because they trace to the water bouget of Bouchard II Montmorency.

Thus, with Winters now identified as integral to the Shaw line, it's notable that the checks filling the English Winter Coat are in the colors of the Sawyer checks...which compare well with the Boyd checks. The latter are Stewarts-Alans from Dol, and traced hard to the Budini blondes / red heads. Boyds are known to be of Bute elements, thus placing them into the category of Baits, Beth, Bush-related Booths, Bothwells, etc. It should be mentioned here that Apples (whom I trace to Avalon = Bute) are in the colors of Butes, Bude's, and Beths. Barneys / Berneys fit into all this because they ought to be Bernicians, likely represented in the collared bear of the two Scandinavian Winter surnames.

To help prove again that Winters trace to "Banterlu," German Barneys/Berneys (using the Vender/Fentor sword) use the Shield-and-Chief combination of Tape's/Toups and Thibauds. But as Mens/Mengzies also use the combination, and as we are definitely on Merovingians with the Thibaud line, shouldn't MERovingians trace to the same Mauritanians as MontMorencys founded by Thibaud's brother? Aren't these the Amorites that crossed Europe as Hyksos of the Khyan kind?

ZOWIE, I've just found some pertinent bee hives. But first, let me mention some background info. English Barneys use the Keon fish trace-able to Butua/Budva, itself trace-able to Boiotians in Thebes because mythical Cadmus was made a founder of both Thebes and Butua (it's online that Cadmus was turned into a fish at Butua). Boiotia was a bee-line entity of mythical Melia, and bee-depicted Merovingians trace to the bee entity, Merops, on Kos, grandfather of Aedon in Thebes. This was the Amorite-Hyksos merger coming to Europe via Myrina on Lemnos which put out Amazons / Berbers of north-west Africa. I've just found bee hives in the Bender/Bander surname, and the hives are on a bend in the colors of the bend that is the Arms of Champagne, important because Faucaud of Banterlu was related to the Montmorency line at Avallon, beside the Aedon-rooted Aedui peoples at Autun, beside Morvan, and beside Champagne.

But as the bend of Borgia-related Romneys is in the same colors, note that Morencys use the Irish Burgh cross, a version of the Borgia/Burgh cross. Morvan is in Burgundy.

Shouldn't Morvan be suspect with Morency's? Shouldn't Morvan be a Merovingian location? Aren't Morencys Merovingians along with Thibaud? Merovingians are from Moors, and the Moor-suspect Morvan/Moreville surname, in Barney colors, was first found in Berwickshire, where Barneys are expected along with Merovingian-rooted Arthurs. I haven't tended to trace Bernicians to north Africa, but the Hanna-Barbera duo reveal to me that Barneys were Berbers...who lived in west Africa with Mauritanians. Bernicians trace to the Berne city of Zahringers of Baden, and then the Arms of Baden is just a red fesse (in the colors of the Morencys), symbol also of English Barneys. Moreover, the fesse of English Barneys is: 1) in the colors of the Morton chevron; 2) on a white-ermined Shield, used also by English Mortons.

May we ask why Morvans/Morvilles use the blue Vere boar suspect with the blue apples? As Vere's trace to the protectors of Baphomet, did you notice that the white-on-blue French Barneys use the Boeuf fesse colors? It makes Morencys suspect with the Moors of the Boofima cult. One of the Morton Coats uses a goats, in fact, and to prove that Mortons are Morvans/Morville's, the quartered Morton Shield is in the colors of Spanish Duarts. The latter Arthur-suspect surname is here as per Maclean of Duart and Morvan, the Arms of which show a white fish likely that of Keons / Kane's and therefore tracing to the identical Barney fish. The slogan at the Arms above: "Bas no Beatha." The Crest is a Moratin tower in white.

Try to memorize all the entities in the Morvan/Moreville write-up, as they will be discussed one by one: "First found in Berwickshire, where Hugh de Morville held the Abbey of Selkirk afterwards known as Kelso about the year 1120. He subsequently became Constable of Scotland, and founder of Dryburgh Abbey. His successor, Andrew de Morewic acquired the lands of Selside in Cumberland where they held lands from Roger le Poitevin." To me great surprise, it can be gleaned that this is the blue-apple bloodline on multiple counts, but do note the similarity between "Morewic" and mythical Merovee/Merovech...who trace's to Merowe/Bedewe of ancient Ethiopia. That Amorite-suspect city led to the proto-Merovingian Salians and the Batavi at the mouth of the Rhine, and we just saw a whack of Bat-like terms above linking to Barneys.

First, the Kelso motto use "DIGnitate" in the motto, and Poussons had just traced to Daggers and therefore to DAGobert. It's not a major piece of evidence in itself for unraveling the blue apple mystery, but then the DryBURGH surname (Berwickshire) happens to use the footless martins of the Apples / Applebys, albeit in the colors of Kelso's. The Daggers use the BORGia bull. In this picture, Roger of POITevin is suspect with the Pousson surname shown properly as POISson. A Poisevin-like surname is to be expected.

Note too the ermined white in the Kelso fesse, as it should apply to the same of Barneys and Mortons. It just so happens that ermines are the symbol specifically of Vannes (Brittany), at Morvan-like Morbihan! I even identify Vannes/Gwenea with king Arthur's mythical-code wife (Guinevere)n, albeit she is part-code for Vere's, apparently. Guinevere" even smacks of the Guienne entity of Catherine Roet, the surname of whom is now understood (by me) as the Round Table bloodline.

Recall the marriage of Catherine Roet to Swynfords that should apply to Swans/Sweyne's using the Vain/Van GAUNTlet gloves as code for her other husband with Gaunt surname. Then, there is ermined white (and more gauntlet gloves) in the Vannes-suspect Wayne Coat, itself a version of the Irish Arthur Coat; both surnames use pelicans and should therefore link to the Selkirk stars that themselves trace well to the stars of pelican-suspect Polesdons/Pulsiphers/PULCiphers. Both Arthurs and Table's use HURTs, and then the Selkirk Coat uses the Logen/Lennan HEART so that we are right back to the Morency counts of Logny. I'm taking the position immediately that Logny named Logens, and then the Swans/Sweyne's are not the only ones using swans, for German Logens/Lokens and Scottish Locks use them too. You can figure easily here that Logny was this swan line of Ligurians.

The Selkirk heart is that of Douglas' too, who traced via Foys/Foix' to de-Pole's of Foix, where Montmorency traced too on independent grounds. That's why the Selkirk stars must be the Polesdon/Pulsipher stars.

The Kelso surname is in the colors of Kills/Keele's who trace to Quillan bloodlines using the checks on the floor of the Magdalene church, and then the Logens/Lennans use a motto term '(majorum) suspect with the Spanish Majors/Mayers using the same checks. I've been asking whether "Quillan" is from the same entity that named Burgundy's Avallon, and it makes good sense where Avellino (Campania) was home to wolf-named Hirpini, for the Quillan Coat uses a wolf in the colors of the Avellino Coat. In this picture, the Avallon elements of Faucaud of Banterlu trace well to Quillan just because Faucaud traces to neighboring Foix.

Spanish Duarts use red and white checks, the colors of the Avellino and Quillan Coats, and moreover the Duarts use the griffin design of Scotts and Wills (Berwickshire), important where Wills trace to "Quillan." It could therefore be that Wills and Arthurian Avalon were one and the same line from Avellino.

AHA! The Quillan Shield-and-Chief combination is in the colors of the same of English Majors/Mayers. But Mayers are now suspect with the Mere's/Meyers, the Amorites at the crux of the twisted MARY Magdalene cult.

AHA!!! The following is huge in supporting the new idea above: the BenVENUTo/VENTo surname -- suspect with Windsors, Winters, Venters/Fentors that traced to Banterlu -- use crossed swords in the colors of the three Aude swords, important not just because Quillan and Rennes-le-Chateau are in Aude, but because Benevento is a city in Campania near Avellino!!!

Therefore, Champagne and Avalon elements founded Quillan, I'm now convinced, and peoples in the latter location should be found in Arthurian Avalon, which was called, Rothesay. Take a look at the oak tree again of Irish Rothes, a tree used also by Roets, for it's telling me that Roets were in Quillan. Does it make sense that the Arthurian Roet Table was in Rothesay, where Arthur's "Morte" code was at that can now trace to Morency elements? Remember, the Table surname is now tracing to "Thibaud." And let's not forget that Benders/Banders and Champagne's (Moor head) both use the same-colored BEND, a bend is in Benvenuto/Vento colors to boot, and is even the bend of Chatans / Chattans tracing to Borgia's long-term mistress at Gandia.

If that's not enough, the colors of the checks on the Magdalene-church floor are in the colors of the vair pattern that fills the Shield of English Champagne's! Reminder, Winters use a Shield filled with black-and-gold checks.

I don't think there is anything valued in original Masonry that doesn't trace to north-African Moors through southern Italy, and merging with Italians there. "Maffia" even gets the Massi/Mattis surname. After writing the paragraphs above, I was wondering what surname might honor the Hirpini of Avellino (because the Quillan wolf is now suspect with them), and "Irvin" came to mind. Amazingly, the Irvin(g)/Irwin surname (Dumfries) turned out to use a "Candide et conSTANTior" motto in honor of the Candida line at Naples, near Avellino. More amazing is that the Maffia/Massi/Mattis surname was included in this paragraph before I knew that it now shows the same eagle, in the same colors, as the only symbol in the Candida Coat!

Until recently, the Maffia/Mattis eagle was a bent-necked design suggesting the black, two-headed Roman eagle. It just so happens that Maxwells use a black two-headed eagle as well as a stag under a "holly bush," wherefore it's not likely coincidental that the Irwin(g)s/Irwins use holly! The black-on-white Maxwell/MAKESwell saltire even traces to the same-colored Kilpatrick saltire because the latter use a "MAKE" motto term, and the Patrician-suspect Kilpatricks were likewise first found in Dumfries. If that's not enough, the Irish Rothes, who were just mentioned shortly above apart from anything to do with this particular discussion, use a stag design in Crest that is at this time identical (aside from color) to the Maxwell stag!!! Although we have no write-up in the Irish Rothes page, we can trace them to the MacCarthy/Arty people at Muskerry due to the stag in the Coat, jibing excellently with a trace of Rothes to Arthurian Avallon - Rothesay.

Important here is that the Catholic Apostolic Church that invented the pre-tribulation theory was run by a Drummond banker but with a pastor having an Irving surname. There is evidence that the "Irvingite Church, as it was also called, had ties to Mormons, and indeed the Mormon church was founded in the same year (1830) as the Irvingite church (now "New Apostolic Church," a cult). Reminder: Bouchard II Montmorency married a widow of Hugh Basset, and Bassets share the Drummond waves. The Irving write-up: "According to family lore, they descend from Duncan 'the first of Eryvine,'...As far as records are concerned, the earliest listed was William de Irwin, an armor bearer to King Robert the Bruce. He received a grant of lands encompassing the Forest of DRUM, on the banks of the River Irvine."

Here's the Drum eagles, same as the Candida eagle design, thus tracing Irwins to the Naples theater to better identify them as Hirpini. The same eagle design is used by Irps/Erps/Yrps.

Aha! The "populo" motto term of Bassets is for the Popoli surname, in Basset colors and first found in Naples! It means that the white unicorn head in the Basset Crest is the white Pepin horse head i.e. that Popolo's were Pepin Merovingians. You can take it to the bank that Bassets were a line from Basina, mother of Clovis, all from the El-Gabal cult protected by Bassianus imperials. Then, the Pepoli's use a Shield filled with black-and-white checks that tends to trace Bassets to the floor of the Magdalene church. It's telling us that Bassianus-carrying Merovingians built that church.

The Bissets, you may recall, use the same bend as Chatans and Chattans now identified as the Candida / Cattanei line to pope Borgia. How amazing that Julie was banging on my email door time and time again, stressing pope Borgia, and all along I did not know that his line had this much to do with Masons as a whole, and even with the Da-Vinci cult. Plus, until now, I have not realized that the Da-Vinci cult and all of Masonry goes to Montmorencys, whom I have not stressed much at all throughout the years.

As Pepoli's were first found in Bologna/Bononia, home of the Boii, I'm ready to peg the Poisson/Pousson surname as a Boii line from that place. I'm seeing Pepinids joined to Boii out of BONonia and into NarBONNE. [As per the Poston/Boston surname that came up shortly below, where the surname becomes suspect with "Poitevin," it should be said here that the Narbonne surname uses the same white-on-blue Moreno/Moratin tower as Chatans of POITou, and that Post- and Bost-like Bissets use the bend of Chatans. In other words, it could be that Bassets of Montmorency were one and the same with the Pousson code in the blue-apple riddle, especially as Bissets / Chatans use the same-colored bend as Banders/Benders (tracing to Montmorency lines of Banterlu.]

As the Drummond / Basset waves are shared by Damorys whom can be identified as Montmorencys, note the blue bend through the Damory waves, for there is a blue bend through the cross used by English Candels...first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as English Maxwells, and as the Bush's honored by the Holly "bush" of Maxwells. As you can see that Italian Candels are the Candida's of Naples, it's not a coincidence that the English Candels use the same cross, in the same colors, as Irish Burgs...meaning that English Candels are definitely Candida's...whom in their heraldry have honored their ties to pope Borgia to the present day. And this tends to prove solidly that "Candi/Candida" is the same as "Conte > Conteville."

Let's not forget the "CONstantior" motto term of Irvin(g)s/Irwins, part-code for the Stant/Stand surname (a Sinclair branch) honored in the motto of Scottish Arthurs. Irish Irwins use the holly of Irvin(g)s/Irwins around a five-pointed crown suspect with the five-pointed MacArthur crown. As Maxwells just linked both to MacCarthys/Artys and Massi's/Mattis, note that the MacArthur crown is used also by Mathie's/Manns. I've been tracing the "Fac et" motto phrase of Mathie's/Manns to Faucets but can now trace also to Faucaud Banterlu.

Luckily, I recognized the Irwin crown design as that of German Bessens/Bassans (with two 'e's), who use a club as code for a Clovis line, but also an arm-and-sword seen in the Bessin/Beaston Crest. This is definitely the Basina > Clovis bloodline to the Arthurian Merovingians, but it should be noted that English Rothes (probably Roets) use the bend of Sales and Bessins/Beastons. Not until days after writing through this section did I know of Mitt Romney's Political Director, Rich Beeson, who has a surname variation shown on the Bessin/Beaston page. It's important because the Romney bend definitely traces to the Chatan / Bisset bend. Isn't this the global "Christian" beast -- the dragon wearing a Christian mask -- leading to the False Prophet?

While Hirpini-suspect Irvings / Irwens were first found in Dumfries, the location of Annandale, the Annandale saltire (as used by Bruces and the Arms of Ayrshire) is found in the Nemo/Nimo/Newmarsh Coat, important because Irish Irwens use a "Nemo" motto term. It means that the Hirpini are suspect in the line, not just to the Roman wolf of Romulus and Remus, but to the chief priest, Ananias. Reminder: the "show" motto term of Nemo's gets a SCHAW surname.

Then, the Irwin holly symbol traces definitely to the holly symbol of the Anjou Mire's/Mireux's honored in the green mirror of the MERmaid in the Holly Crest. But that Holly surname is what was shown earlier as the Collen surname that traced both to the Caiaphas-suspect Shaws and to the Sauniere builder of the Magdalene church. I said: "Note that the Collen chevron is in the colors of the CHILL/Child chevron, suggesting the possibility that Chaulners and Sauniers (or at least the Saulnier variation of Sauniers) were Merovingians of the Childeric kind."

Having said that, I can say what I was planning to say with more force. I was planning to trace the Holly bloodline to the Ali/Aliotta surname of Drummond-suspect Ali TERME in Messina. I was planning to make that trace because I've known that the Scott griffin design is the Ali griffin design...but it's also the design in the English Collen Crest. I was going to mention the Scott trace to Ali's of Messina when finding that Massi-related and holly-using Maxwells, first found in the same place (Roxburghshire) as Scotts, entered the picture of holly-using Irwins.

Immediately after that Maxwell discussion, the blue bends of Damorys and Candels came to topic, the color of the Scott bend, but the Messina surname not only uses a blue bend, but a white-on-red patee cross that is in the Arms of Jacques de Molay! That exclamation mark is due to the bend of Jacques de Molay, colors reversed to the Scott / Messina bend, and in the colors of the French Messey/Messier saltire. As the latter's saltire has been linked to the Apple- and Borgia-related Mountains, read the paragraph below.

I know what this is: the line of Mysians from the Hellespont leading to mythical Helen from Elis / Pisa. Scotts are easily identified as a branch of Talbots while the English Holly surname uses a version of the Hall / Hull talbot dog...which symbol is even in the Damory Crest. Talbots were a branch of Tailers, first found in the two places (Somerset, Kent) where Roets are expected, and where English Scotts were first found, and then Tailers/Taillefers use what looks like a Levi-lion version of the English Rothes Coat (both use white lions on black). It was Irish Rothes who use the Maxwell and MacCarthy stags. The white dolphin in the English Holly Coat is an exact design match with the white dolphin in the Pousson/Poisson Coat, and the Pousson/Poisson scallops trace easily in this picture to Scylla of Messina.

It can be ascertained that the TailleBOIS surname of proto-Talbots links to the Taillefer variation of Talbots, but the "bois" ending is now highly suspect with "POISson." It's easy in this picture to trace the bois term to the BOY/Bouie surname using the Maxton bee, for the German Talls/Thalls use bees too (and even showed the Bessin/Beeson bee design until recently). As Maxwells lived in Maxton, you can bet that the Talbot-related Scotts of Roxburgh lived in Maxton too. It's easy to see that this Taillebois topic belongs to Ranulf le Meschin (known to be from the Bessin/Bayeux), especially as Messina's use a version of the Masci Coat.

Thus, the Pousson blue-apply bloodline traces from the Apple / Appleby martins seen in one Mountain Coat, to Mountain-related Messeys/Messiers who had a Mesor/Masar branch first found in the same place (Lincolnshire) as where Ranulf le Meschin married Lucy Taillebois. And the Italian Massar/Massai surname was first found beside Pisa of Italy, where we can expect the Hellespont Mysians.

The Buy variation of Boys/Bouie's suggests the Languedoc Dupuys/LePUIS (which GD says were Payens) using the same colored lion as Scottish Monds/Mounts/Mounds! Good one, for it's tracing LePUIS-suspect Poussons/POISsons to Mountains once again. Plus, English Monds, in Talbot colors and first found in the same place (Shropshire) as Talbots and Meschins, use more bees. The red Talbot lion is even the red Dupuy/Lepuis lion. And, Payens/Pagans, whom I've already traced to the Naples theater, use Zionists stars in the colors of the Messina Zionists stars. White Zionists stars (and red roses on stems) are used by German Mundo's, first found in Bavaria i.e. suggesting the Weis stars are in play.

The Napoli Coat is in the colors of Payens and Sauniers, and then the Napoli write-up: "First found in the province of Salerno, just south of Naples." Could the Saulniere variation of Sauniers trace to "Salerno." It just so happens that the Salerno Coat is a smacking image of the Payen/Pagan Coat. Could the black wolves of the Sailers/Saylors, therefore, trace to the Hirpini near/in Salerno? The Sailer griffin design is that of Sheriffs, but its similar to the griffin used by Saluzzo-related Cutters / Kaplans.

It just so happens that Packens/Fagans and Sellers both use the same grail design along with white-on-red chevrons, suggesting that Payens trace to Salerno elements of the Seller kind. Then, German Cellers/Kellers use eagle heads in the colors of the eagles used by Candida's of Naples. And by the way, Naples was a bee-line entity of the Poseidon = Buz kind. As the Will griffin design is used by Packens/Fagans, the Will trace to Avalon-suspect Quillan begs us to trace the Cellers/KELLERs/KELLE's there too, and it just so happens that they were first found in the same place (Swabia) as grail-related HohenZollerns using the quartered Shield of Kills/Keele's in the colors of the Magdalene-church floor. It's the HohenSTAUFens who were painted as a grail cult as per the Staufer surname.

The above tends to reveal that Kills/Keel's and similar surnames trace to "Salerno," albeit the Salyes are suspect from there too where Sailers (in Saluzzo colors) appear to trace to them. I've never really stressed a Salyes trace to "Salerno." (but it's feeling correct here, especially as I identified Poseidon with Buz and traced him to Poseidonia in Salerno and Campania. That same Buzite line then traces excellently to Busca beside Saluzzo, you see. I have a strong tendency to trace "Pagan / Payne" to the Campania line of "ChamPAGNE."

It just so happens that Poseidonia today is Pois-like "PAEStum." And while Hugh de Payen married a Chappes, Paestum is a twin city with Capaccio. This is all new to me. The bees honored by Napoleon Bonaparte could be from the bee line of Naples as much as from Childeric.

It just can't be coincidental that the Dupuy/Lepuis motto uses "Vicit," for the Dupuys/LePuis' are tracing hard at this point to Rennes-le-Chateau's blue-apple riddle. The Pousson part of that riddle is tracing quite well to Poseidon elements of "PAEStum." Payens even use the same-colored chevron as Sauniers...who by the way use the same "ier" ending as "Messier." While Hugh de Payen was the first grand master of Templers, Jacques de Molay, whose bend is now tracing hard to the Messina / Scott / Talbot bend, was what one might call the last grand master of Templars...albeit we know there were more of them secretly and not-so-secretly. I insist that Hugh de Payen was of the Israeli chief priesthood, and then Talbots use a "prest" motto term.

Did Jacques de Molay trace to Cathars? The Talbot Coat is a version of the Scott Coat using Catherine wheels.

As the white Ali griffin linking to the Scott, Will and Collen griffins is seen in the Crest of grail-using Fagans/Feighans, it's cause to trace that surname to the Pagan variation of Payens, for this jibes with a Payen/Pagan trace to Messina, where Ali's were first found. While Fagans above come up with "Packen," it just so happens that Scottish Packens (in Payen/Pagan colors and suggesting the Arms of Burgundy) are shown properly as "Pagan/Pagnell."

My inclination is to trace Ali Terme of Messina to "Teramo," a city in Abruzzo that was previously Aprutium, named in honor of Aphrodite. The golden apples of myth belonged primarily to her. She moved into Italy with the Marsi at FUCINo, a lake smacking of "Fagan." For me, the "fidelis" motto term of Fagans/Fieghans gives away their links to Faith(ful) bloodline to Fussen of Bavaria, and then the olive branch in the hand of the Fagan/Fieghan griffin traces to the Olivers, first found in the same place (Roxburghshire) as Scotts, and using a FOEDera motto term, like the FOETes variation of "Fussen." It's the Faucaud bloodline, isn't it? It just so happens that "foedari" is a motto term of the Payne's/Paine's!

The Roxburghshire Olivers (crowned heart) above use the footless martins of Rutherfords, first found in Roxburghshire too, but as Rutherfords are suspect as Roets, note that the Roet oak tree is in the Coat of English Olivers, first found in the same place (Cornwall) as the Saul/SAWley surname using the Shield-on-Shield of Rennes-le-Chateau. Olivers trace to the Levi suspects, Leafs/Leve's, using the bee design of Talbot-suspect and Payen-related English Monds...both of which trace hard to the blue-apple riddle. You can bank on the Leaf/Leve surname (Norfolk) linking to same-colored Sakars and SAWyers of Norfolk, from the Romanov line on the one hand, and to the Sauniere/SAULniere surname on the other.

See the Harveys/Arvens, first found in Norfolk and using the Apple / Appleby martlets. Amorite-Garebites, right?

Aha! Scottish Olivers use two of the three white-on-red chevrons in the Coat of Sullys, first found beside Cornwall, but also beside Somerset where Percivals and Pierce's were first found whom I trace to the Perche surname using two chevrons in the colors of the two Oliver chevrons. This looks like the Water bloodline (from the Montmorency water bougets), important here because Scottish Watts use the Roet oak tree as do the Cornwall Olivers.

The Coat of English Watts compares well with the Water Coat (both use red with an ermined-white Shield), but it's all the more interesting because English Watts use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Shepherds. As the latter are said to be from an ancient "Sephirde" variation, the Joktanite Sepharvites are coming to mind, especially as I trace the oak tree to "JOKtan." I also trace "Joktan" to the ancient "ox" of Zeus, and then here's the Shepherd write-up: "Early recorded instances of the name include William Sepherd listed in Rotuli Hundredorum, in OXfordshire in 1279." It's very feasible that the red ox of Oxford is the red bull of Borgia's and others, not forgetting that pope Borgia was in Gandia surrounded by a SAFOR region.

It's been a while since I've identified Hyksos Hebrews with ancient Joktanites proper. As I trace Pagans/Payens to "Apachnas," it's important that the blue-apple riddle used "SHEPHERDess," for Hyksos were "Shepherd Kings." It's becoming apparent that the shepherdess code is for Safor elements. As the Buy variation of Boys/Bouie's just traced well to the Payen-suspect DuPauys/DuPUIS', by what coincidence does the Italian Boy/Boetto/Bovari Coat show the same gold-on-blue "steer" as used by German Bachs (in Pagan colors) that previously used the gold calf as code for Apachnas, the Exodus pharaoh???

The Steer surname uses much of the motto of Scott-related Amore's, and Payne's/Paine's use "mori" for the More area ruled by Malahule of the Sinclairs. The Sterr variation of Stars could apply because Stars use the all-seeing-eye along with Watts. Stars are the ones using the green lozenges of Sadducee suspects, the Settle's...whose cat traces to Rennes-le-Chateau along with the same cat of Ananias-suspect Croms.

Having thus traced Hugh de Payen to a Boetto bloodline, let's ask whether it traces to "Boetus," the surname of the Sadducees who married by a son of Herod the Great? After all, Hugh de Payen married a Chappes suspect with "Caiaphas." The claim that you are reading is now undeniable due to the prolific number of "coincidences."

As Payens traced to the Messina's, it should be added that Scottish Shepherds use what looks like the Payen Shield but with the fleur of Messina-related Masci's. The write-up of Scottish Shepherds: "First found in Peebles, where William and Walter Shepherd (recorded in the Latin form 'Pastor') were cited in legal documents in the year 1262. One hundred years later we find a branch of the family in Morayshire, where Henricus Scyphard held land in Elgin in 1363." Skiptons? Shiptons? In any case, what's with that Pastor term? Spanish Pastors look like they use a version of the Talbot / Scott Shield-on-Shield, and then the Pace's use purple, as do Skiptons. I even traced the Dupuys to the Pay variation of Italian Pace's/Pascels/PACENti's (Bononia, location of the Boii already tracing to Payens of the Boy/Bouie/Buy kind, suggesting that Pastors were from the Pascals), using the Levi lions. French Pascals were first found in the same place (Dauphine) as Payens. The Pace/Pascel surname shows a Pasutti variation that may trace to "Paest(um)."

But it's the French Pastors that give away their identity as the Dutch Bush/Bos(che) surname, for both use the same lion along with blue billets. Keep "PAST(or)" in mind as we change gears here, with an intention to bring up Bush/Bos-suspect Postons/BOStons. It's smacking of the PAESTum topic as it led from Salerno to Saluzzo and neighboring Busca. Trust me, this is the Exodus pharaoh coming up the west-Italian coast to his destiny.

Let's go back to the Arms of Duart of Morvan / Morvern, though they are technically of Sir Lachlan Hector Charles, current chief of Clan Maclean. Note the pointed mountain rock in the Arms, for the Poitevin surname uses the Rockfort bird on a similar mountain rock. Thus far, I've had no particular reason for tracing Poitevins to Morvan elements, and yet both became a topic at roughly the same time in this update. Roger de Poitevin entered the discussion when Morvans/Moreville's were under investigation.

We can glean that Macleans/McLains/McLANE's are part of the Dallens/DeLANEys at the root of "MagDALENE," but where the Lennan variation of Logens applies, it's important to mention what you have probably already realized, that Morencys trace in particular to the Mauritanians married by Glaphyra Archelaus...wife of Herod Archelaus who traces to Lannoys from Lyon/Lugdunum, a city on the north side of the Vienne location to which Herod Archelaus was banished by Caesar. I'm telling you this because the Poston/Boston surname uses a lion in colors reversed to the Lyon and Lannoy lions.

"Poston" was entered as per "Poitevin," when it was suspect that "Poit" is to be identified with the Poisson/Pousson surname. In the 4th update of September, a Pois location in Picardy came up in an investigation on Guy I of Montmorency-related Montlhery, and it just so happens that Lannoys were first found in Picardy...the theater of Bononia-suspect Bologne, where Boy/Bouie/Buy-suspect Bouillons ruled as they became part with the original Templars along with Hugh de Payen, who himself had some mysterious elements from turning out to be the Morency crew of Merovingians / Amorites / Mauritanians. Here's from that update:

The point here is that Ards, likewise first found in Ayrshire, have just been found to be the representation of the Logan heart, and the Ard Coat shows the Clapton wolf design while Claptons too trace to Herod Archelaus.

The Ard wolf is in the colors of the Gore/Core and Gower/Gore wolf [I don't think I knew Quillans yet at this time, who use a wolf in the same colors], and the latter two surnames traced to the Roquefeuil-related Gouy locations of Artois, where Ards ought to trace for obvious reason. The French Guys (buckles) were first found in Picardy, where Lannoys were first found whose English branch uses the helmet-and-plume symbol of Herod Archelaus. Do you understand what all of these "coincidences" mean?...

...The Power surname using the trefoils (and the MacArthy stag design in Deas colors) itself traces to Picardy: "Other instances of this same [Power] name are thought to come from the name of the town of Pois, in Picardy, France. Natives of this town were called Pohiers..."

It's not unfathomable that DuARTs should apply. The Lannoys who use an image of the Herod-Archelaus coin were first found in Bedford, and the Bedford surname (and related paw / Paw elements) were linked recently to the Powers and related Palins, and to 666-lovers.

To help prove that Postons/Bostons link to Poitevins, the Poitevin bird is used in the Crest of the Rockforts showing the same lion design and colors as Postens/Posts (and Dougals). This lion (used on green by Postons/Bostons) is in the colors of Chattans, important because the Rockfort motto uses "Candor" for what must be in honor of Cattanei / Candia, mistress of pope Borgia. The fact that Poitevins and the Arms of Macleans both use a rock-like mountain can now be entertained with Roquefort.

The Posten/Post lion is in the colors of the Dutch Posts who likewise come up as "Posten." These had been identified with the Mieszko-Piast line to de-Posts of Foix. It can be gleaned that these lines were the Butteri = Botters to Poitou/Poitiers, and Botters even use the same bends as Chat(t)ans / Champagne's / Benders. Why are Boofima-suspect Butteri linking to Banterlu?

I had traced Butteri tentatively but logically to the Bautica/Baltea river in Aosta, next to the Candia's and Aude's in Savoy, though I can't rule out Candia elements in Aosta too. I didn't know then that Candia's and Chattans were one. But in this picture, where Aosta is known to be founded by a Salassi peoples, the Postons, shown properly as "Boston," are to be traced to Bush / Bos(che) lines out of Busca, beside Saluzzo, explaining why Postens/Posts use a Shield-and-Chief combination in colors reversed to Saluzzo's. In this picture, the Bush bloodline is tracing to de-Pole's of Foix, excellent because both Pollocks (honor Aude in their motto) and Bush's are suspect with the Hiedler/Hitler bloodline now tracing to "Aude." It's a stronger case yet for tracing Hitler's mother (a Polzl) to de-Post Herod liners.

But with a trace of Postens / Postons/Bostons to the BAUTica river, the ThiBAUD name comes up, brother to the founder of MontMorency. And the white Moreno/Moratin tower is not only in the Maclean Crest, but in the Coat of Chatans, first found in Poitou! Scottish Chattans use "omniBUS" while Posten-related Rockforts use "Candor dat veriBUS" in their mottoes.

Roquefort is beside Cazeres, suspect with twisted, Templar-beloved Cathars. TheCather/Cater Coat happens to use a white fish, symbol in the Arms of Clan Maclean (here in the Crest of the Maclean surname you can see the Chattan tower, used also by skull-and-bones-suspect Narbonne's). It just so happens that Kelso's and Cathers/Caters both use ermined white on black, while Postons/Bostons were first found in the same Roque-suspect place (Roxburghshire) as the Kelso location belonging to Saluzzo-suspect Selkirks using the Polesdon stars.

In fact, English Poitevins are also "PORTwine," and then English Ports, first found in the same place (Hampshire) as English Botters, use the Saluzzo Shield-and-Chief combination! And French Ports/Porters, first found in Berry/Bourges, where Bituriges lived, show a bend in colors reversed with that of Jacques de Molay, himself traced to Cathars / Cazeres. The Port/Porter bend is used by Amore-related Scotts (Roxburghshire again), and the latter also use a CATHERine wheel. Thus, Cathers/Caters must trace to Catherine Roet as well as to Kelso.

There's more white fish in the Chilham/Chillman Coat, important not only because Scotts were at Chilham castle, but because the white-on-blue fish is from the line of Bush's / Bos(che's)'. The Cather fish should link to the Chilham fish, therefore. But as the Chilhams/Chillmans are also "Childman," king Childeric is assumed at their root. Variations of this surname evokes the Kills/Keele's who I'm linking to "Kelso." Reminder: Kellys and Scott-related Wills both use the Enfield griffin which trace's Hiedlers/Hitlers to Quillan. The Chilham/Childman Coat is one of many that I'm lumping in with "Feller format."

At this point, it was necessary to reflect on the possibility that Childeric was named after the Avellino > Quillan line. It suggested that "Avallon" at Champagne morphed into a Quillan-like term before Childeric was born, and that Childeric was named after such a term. Therefore, "Cailan" was find the same griffin design as the Cathers/Caters!!! Cailans must therefore be Childeric elements of the Chilham/Childman kind.

The Cailans are the ones coming up earlier in this update as "Caulan", a variation of "Saulnier." And Sauniere built his church smack beside Quillan. It had been determined that the Cailan/Caulan bend was that of the Other/Otter Coat, and the latter were the Windsors at Berkshire, where Cathers/Caters were first found. If one enters "," the Borgia/Burgh / Morency cross comes up with the black-on-gold lion that has already traced with Vincents and Sitlers to Rennes-le-Chateau. Reminder: blue-apple suspects, Daggers, use the Borgia bull.

There are more things to help prove Childeric links to Quillan. First, the Ayrshire Caulans use a gold scallop in Crest, the color of the Pousson/Poisson / Dagger scallop...two surnames tracing easily to Dagobert's blue apples. Moreover, Cailans/Caulans use footless martlets as code for Charles Martel, a relative of Dagobert III, son of CHILDebert III. The Avalon-suspect Apples / Applebys also use these footless martins so that the blue apples are tracing now exactly to Quillan.

Second, the Cailan/Caulan footless martlet design is used by Dryburghs, and then Merovingian-suspect Morvans/Moreville's were: "First found in Berwickshire, where Hugh de Morville held the Abbey of Selkirk afterwards known as Kelso about the year 1120. He subsequently became Constable of Scotland, and founder of DRYBURGH Abbey. His successor, Andrew de Morewic acquired the lands of Selside in Cumberland where they held lands from [Pousson-suspect] Roger le Poitevin."

The mythical Bors holy-grail line is suspect with the Dutch Bors/Boor/Bore surname using pots in Borgia colors. These pots can be suspect with Poitevin = Botter elements, and indeed the Potters were first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Botters. But I now find that Potters use an ermined white-on-black fesse, as do Kelso's...who trace to Quillan elements.

In my opinion, "Bors" is from "Borg/Burg" in the same way that "Phrygia" was also "Phrixus / Frixos" and then Frisia." The Bergens/Burgoigne's use, not just Borgia/Burgh colors, but a gold-on-red scallop, the colors of the Dagger / Pousson scallop. Most of the Burg / Berg surnames use red on gold (Bors pot colors), even the Dutch Bergens/Bergers that I have not been familiar with. And I now see that they use the small Candy saltires in the same white on red! Excellent, for it not only verifies that they are the Borgia-Cattanei line, but assure that Candys/Gandys/Gantys are indeed from the house of Candia. (Keiths use the same colors as most Burgs / Bergs) .

It's remarkable that Julie stressed John of Gaunt as well as pope Borgia for some years in her emails to me, but until now I had no idea how these entities would play into my work on the Da-Vinci exposure.

I'm noting that the Bergens above using what should be the Dagger / Pousson scallop also use scallops in colors reversed, meaning that they are red scallops just like those of Borgia-related Savona's (and Romneys / Pullens), suspect from the Safor area all around Gandia. The Bergen Crest even uses what should be the sword of the Savoy Aude's...which should now be viewed as a dagger in honor of blue-apple Daggers/Dackers of the Dagobert line. To this it can be added that Saf(f)ers (Burgundy) use eagles, a symbol of the Italian Candia/Candida Coat, in the colors of the Candy / Bergen saltires.

Both the Aude and Bergen/Burgoigne swords are called, "sword," but then the Sword surname, showing the same sword design (in Chill/Child colors), have a Clavin variation smacking of Clovis. The Clavers/Cleavers (Moreno/Moratin tower in white again) use a key, and then the Bergen/Burgoigne Crest is "A sword and a key in saltire."

THEN, how clever, the Sword description goes to the pomme = apple theme: A red shield with a man's head in profile couped at the neck proper between three swords erect silver hilt and POMMEL gold." It's indicating that other surnames using "pommel" are Apple / Appleby lines. As the Sword-Crest description uses "expanded," I'm seeing the Exeter entity to which I trace EXcalibur, meaning that the Excalibur traces to the Dagobert dagger. Compare "Chalybe" to "Claver."

Reminder: Mortons (Guy buckles) use the Exeter format, both surnames having a chevron in colors reversed to the Chill/Child chevron. But Exeters use bells in colors reversed to Pousson-suspect Porters. Here's the Porter write-up: "First found in Hampshire...A Milo Portarius, who worked as a porter at castle Winchester was also listed in Hampshire in the Domesday Book." Winchester was the domain of Saer de Quncy, and Sword-like SFORZa's, whom should link to "Safor," use a quince.

As the Winchester Coat (crossed swords) and Shute-suspect Scute's both use the small gold shield, it's cause for tracing Dogobert Merovingians (and Sforza's) to Dachau, the Bavarian city using a sling shot partly in honor of Shots/Shute's using the Aude-et-al sword.

To help trace Porters to "Pousson / Poisson" via the PortWINE variation of PoiteVINs, French Porters use the same bend as Scotts (first found in the same place as Postons/Bostons) while Pommers/Pomeroys (Devon) use the Shield-on-Shield roughly of the Scotts using the Catherine wheels. No Pommel or Pomme surname comes up. The Scott bend has already traced to Jacques de Molay, and to the Chaucer- and Chalker-suspect Shakes/Shakerleys using the mole hills.

The Pommer/Pomeroy surname uses two codes for the Burgo>Conteville line. One, they have a "fir CONE" in Crest, and a "comes" motto term for the Conte's/Compte's. Both the Cone's and English Conte's/Comite's use three antlers in colors reversed to one another.

The reason that Scotts can be traced harder to the Shakerley mole hills is, not just because Scotts have a bend in colors reversed to that of Jacques de Molay, but because English Scotts were first found in the same place (Kent) as Chaucers and Chalkers. To now prove that the Chaucer tortoise is code for the Turtle/Tuttle surname, the latter uses roughly the same Coat as French Conte's/Comite's. One can expect Chaucer-related the Roets in this picture, and indeed the Cone's, likewise first found in Kent, use a "gauntlet hand." It means that Roets and their marriage to Gaunt / Ghent / Gant are fundamental with Gandia and its Candia elements...explaining why Candia-related and Roet-suspect Sinclairs use a "COMMIT" motto term while Cone-like Conans use the Sinclair cross.

In other words, the Roet Table cultists are linking hard to Borgia's, the line from Herluin de Conteville to the Conqueror's mother, and she was "the tanner's" daughter suspect with Tanners, much like the Teniers surname (Burgundy) in the blue-apple codework. Here's that codework again: "This [Sauniere] treasure belongs to Dagobert II King and to Sion and he is there dead. Shepardess no temptation that Poussin Teniers hold the key peace 681 by the cross and the horse of God I complete this Daemon guardian at midday blue apples."

The Daemon term could be code for Dumnonii founders of Devon and Somerset, the latter being where the Roets and Savone's were first found, and then Savona's (with Borgia bull) use Shield-and-Chief colors of the Shield and Chief of Tanners. Again, French Savona's (POITou) use the same chevron as Sauniers (and Conte's), which are in the colors of the Teniers chevrons.

The Shepherdess term is an interesting one that can trace well to the so-called "Shepherd kings," an old phrase used for the Hyksos...whom I trace to Cuneo-suspect terms such as Cones / Conans / Conte. As there is an Imperia location on the Ligurian coast south of Cuneo, what about the "Imperio" motto term of Cunnings/Gunnings? The latter's write-up traces the surname to "battle friend," but then they are in the colors of the Friend Coat, a version of the Wayne Coat using a gauntlet. This is excellent because I traced (3rd update last month) the Guienne entity of Roets to Scottish Gunns, and because Friends were first found in the same place as Roets.

The Hyksos were mythicised as Everes, the shepherd seer, representing the Hyksos capital, Avaris. Everes was made the grandfather of Daphne and her sister, Manto, the latter known to trace to Mantua. It can be expected, therefore, that the Hyksos settled between Mantua and Dauphine (Cuneo is in that stretch), and indeed Dauphine, where the Durance river flows, is smack to the west side of Cuneo. That's important for the Gunn ship matching the Durant ship, for it's trace Gunns to the Khyan Hyksos of Dauphine. The dolphin in the Pousson/Poisson Coat may apply to Hyksos, therefore.

In Cuneo, there is a Borgo location to the near-south of the city of Cuneo. To the near-east of the city of Cuneo is a FOSSANo location to which "POUSSON" may trace. There is even a MONDOVI location closer to the east of Cuneo that seems applicable to the Mantova variation of Mantua. There might be a way to prove in all this that the blue-apple Mountain surnames trace to Manto Hyksos.

There is a Foss surname, the one using a fox and therefore suggesting the Faucaud / Faucet line to Foix, and then this Foss surname was first found in the same place as Gunning-related Friends.

The Friends and Durants both show signs of tracing to Glaphyra-related Mauritanians. For example, the "patty" cross of the Friends traces to the patee of Glaphyra-related Claptons, and then the latter use the wolf design of Cunns/Swans/Queens/Sweens. The "CONstant" motto term of Cunns/Queens can be partly for Cuneo elements, and partly for the Stants/Stands to which the Arthur motto definitely traces.

Moreover, the French Ports/Porters, suspect with Poussons, were first found in Berry/Bourges, anciently AVARicum. In this picture, Ports and "Bourges" traces to Hyksos at Cuneo's BORGO, thus tending to clinch the Pousson/Poisson trace to "Fossano." It's more remarkable if Fossano traces to Fussen/Foetes, for Julie was the one who stressed that location too, and she especially stressed its swan line that can trace to Liguria...location of Imperia that can trace to the Imperi peoples that operated the Boofima cult that was likewise a topic introduced here as per Julie promptings. It's as though she was prepared by God to give use these important directions.

Fussen/Foetes is on a Liguria-suspect Lech river, but then as Fussen uses the three human legs used also by Scotland's Isle of Man(n) (operated by a Manx peoples), the latter location should be suspect with Mantua. Interesting here is that Roets were traced to Mangs/Magnus'/Manus surname (Shetland, general location of Gunns) when Roets were traced to Gunns, and then entering "Mantua" gets the Mansons/Magnusons, first found in Catherine-suspect Caithness overlooking Shetland and the Gunn territory.

There was some talk of a Catherine Sinclair in the household of Henry Sinclair of Roslin, and this may have been the same Henry Sinclair that came to rule Orkney, where Gunns were first found. It's been said by many that Catherine Sinclair was married / involved with Hugh de Payen. The "menor ORIGINis" motto phrase of Mansons/Magnusons may be for "ORKNEY," as even the organ rests of Arthurs may be for Orkney elements.

Does Henry Sinclair of Orkney trace to the Khyan-suspect Gunns? Going back to the Hyksos-suspect Mantua/Manson/Magnuson motto, "ConSTANT and FAITHful," note first that the Stand/Stand surname (honored in the motto of organ-rest using Arthurs) uses engrailed bars in the colors of the engrailed Sinclair / Conan cross, for the Foetes-suspect Faith(ful) surname (five roundels) uses an engrailed saltire cross in the same colors. Moreover, the five Arthur rests, and the five keys on the organ, trace to the Five/Fify bloodline that was also the Vey / Fey bloodline evident in the FEYTh variation of Faiths. The Payne-colored and Wayne-suspect Fagans/FEIGHans could apply here, which may even suggest that Paynes, Faynes, and Waynes were one and the same family.

I traced the Fife bloodline to Pepin founders of Pavia/Papia on the Ticino river where one can expect Hyksos. There was much time spent tracing "Ticino" to Deck / Dack terms, wherefore note that the German Faith/Feit Coat uses what looks like the sword of the Shots/Shute's tracing to Dachau (not far from the Lech river of Fussen/Foetes), now suspect with Dagobert. It just so happens that while Pepins and Pipes use "Mens" in their motto, Mantua's/Mansons/Magnusons use "Menus." There is a Spanish Menus surname (baskets) using a black wolf, the color of the wolf used by Cunns/Queens/Swans who use "Constant and Faithful."

I also traced Fife lines to the Ukraine's L'viv area at about the same time that the heraldic crane was discovered to be code, at times, for "Ukraine." The Faith(fuls)s use a crane in Crest. It remarkable that L'viv was yet another topic prompted by Julie, and her ancestry is even from the L'viv area.

Bucks county, Pennsylvania, is in the area of Bethlehem founded by Moravian-Churchers (Mormon-related?), yet another topic prompted by Julie. Karl Rove mentioned the coal industry of Bucks county on Fox news late last week, saying that Romney was going to emphasize that area for winning the state in the election. Bucks county was then emphasized again by Fox news guests later in the week. And there was a report months ago that George Bush planned a victory event in Plumstead of Bucks county, though I don't know whether that event took place. Karl Rove is called the architect of the George Bush presidency. George Bush senior publicly endorsed Mitt Romney for the Republican candidacy. I've spoken much on Bush kinship with Mormons of the Smith kind. Smiths use a crane too and definitely trace to L'viv. There is even a Ukrainian Romanov Coat.

[Morse Code Insert -- This section above and below this insert was written during the day on the evening that Mitt Romney spoke in Morrisville of Bucks county, but I didn't know he was scheduled to speak there until the evening arrived and he was covered there by Fox news. MORRISville is perhaps part of Mormonism's roots? Indeed, loading the Morris surname, what do we find but ladders, evoking "LATTER Day Saints."

AND ZOWIE, when seeing that this Morris Coat was colors reversed to the Ladd/Ladon Coat, and seeing the black-on-gold wavy (almost dancetty) fesse of Ladds/Ladons, I recalled that I recalled that a dancetty fesse in the same colors was used by Irish Morris'! Unless you want to risk having part with the BIBLICAL Ladon Dragon, don't support or follow Mitt Romney. Suspect him, and watch him closely, if he gets elected, to see what he's really about. REMEMBER, trade and corporate wealth is part of the sin of Babylon the Great in Revelation 18.

English Morris' use the Dutch Bush lion. This insert comes late on Monday morning after writing this update in it's entirety. There are new revelations below on the Bush bloodline to the Naples area, to Paestum in particular. It's where Payens trace along with the blue-apple bloodline, wherefore don't miss that if you care to know the true identity of the Magdalene cult.

As per the Penn roundels below, note what I've just found in the Morse Coat. End Morse Code Insert]

Cheney's surname, suspect with Khyan / Cuneo elements, traces to Bucks county loosely because it was first found in Buckingham, the English area that named Bucks county in Pennsylvania. Both the Penns (Buckingham) and Faithfuls use white roundels called the colors of the Plumstead surname...which appears to use the white Masci wing, important because the Masci wing design, likewise in white, was shown until recently by Chaine's/Chenays. That's tracing the Mus household of the Khyan Hyksos to Bucks county, wherefore let's not forget Massey Energy, a large coal producer.

Hmm, Joseph Smith, visible founder of Mormons, found the Book of Mormon on golden PLATES (was he inferring the besant that traces to Childeric's wife, Basina?

Pennsylvania was named after William Penn, who had his home in Bucks county. "Penn is a village and civil parish in Chiltern district in Buckinghamshire, England, about 3 miles (4.8 km) north-west of Beaconsfield..." CHILTern??? The Chiltern/Chilton surname uses a chevron in colors reversed to the Chill/Child chevron, thus tracing Childeric Merovingians to Bucks county.

It's important that the Plumstead eagle is used apparently by the Balance surname, for the heraldic beacon is used by Belli's/Balli's. Scottish Belli's use "Per ACuta," in their motto, smacking of "Perche," home of Massey-related Bellamys. The Perche Coat even uses two chevrons (no other symbols in the Coat) in the colors of the single chevron of Chilterns (no other symbols in the Coat). That's a good match, now tracing the Baal cult of Hyksos to Bucks county.

As for the Beacons/Bacons look like they could be using the Shield-and-Chief combination in colors reversed to the Pepin-related Mens'/Mengzies. In any case, it just so happens that Plums/Plumes and Beacons/Bacons were both first found in Suffolk, suggesting rather strongly that Plums/Plumes trace to Plumstead. Plumstead in England is in Kent, by the way.

The Plume bend, filled with vair-fur bell pattern, looks like a cross of the two Champagne Coats, but then one Champagne Coat uses the same-colored bend as the Romney bend. All three surnames use bendlets beside their bends, and these should all trace to the Champagne elements of the Montmorency > Banterlu kind.

Moor heads, now suspect chiefly with the Morencys, are used by Champagne''s and Scottish Belli's, first found in Moray. The Weirs/Veres use the Moray stars on a Coat that I identify with the Nagle Coat and with the More/Moor Coat (Moray). Note that Irish Moors, with a CHAIN in Crest, use the Morgan / Duffy lion, as well as a CONlan motto term likely for Cuneo elements of the CHAINE/Chenay kind. A certain Nagle surname (of Rollock, Inc) is suspect in the 911 murder scheme in Pennsylvania... that I openly say was planned by Bush and-Cheney associated people in the coal industry.

My deepest apologies if Chris Nagle was not a part of it, but it was his company that owned a metal scrap yard at the site of the plane crash (Flight 93) that never crashed there. Instead, the scrap yard tossed metal scrap around the fake crash site, to fool the world into believing that a plane crashed. Someone at that scrap yard was guilty of this crime. The only employee mentioned at the website of Rollock Inc. is Chris Nagle. If the police are afraid to do an investigation into Rollock's part, it's a sign of the times that corruption rules the nation.

Already at Fox news there are sounds of anti-terrorist voices promising to re-start the war on terror in Bush style, and Romney might just carry that agenda out as re-payment to the Republican forces helping his election campaign. It was disgusting in my view that Huckabee had a program this past Sunday night prompting Christians to vote for Romney as he already boasted of doing. In my opinion, a Christian should not give a Mormon a vote, even it makes Obama's re-election more likely. My advice, leave these two men to God's will, and never mind jumping into political bed with either one.

If correct that the Moreno/Moratin tower belongs to Morencys, then the Morency traces already going to the blue-apply bloodline can be reinforced in yet another way. The Teniers are also "Tenardes," and it just entered my mind that they could be related to the Narbonnes/Nards using the Moreno/Moratin tower. That thought suggested that Tenardes' were Denardo's, and lo and behold, the Denardo Coat is the Narbonne/Nard Coat!

There is a Catherine wheel at the top of the Denardo/Narbonne tower, and then Denardo's/Narbonne's were first found in the same place (Naples) as Candida's, thus assuring that Teniers/Tenardes' trace to pope Borgia and his Cattanei/Candia mistress, yet another Julie emphasis. One may now ask whether the Apple surname is from "Naples." Apples / Applebys, Teniers/Tenardes' and Denardo's/Narbonne's all use blue Shields, as do Napoli's. In fact, Napoli's use the colors of Apple's / Applebys.

I'm therefore convinced that Apples trace more to Naples than to Avellino. But as Avellino is near Naples, we could, contrary to the traditional view, trace the naming of Naples to the idea of D'Avellino. That term evokes the Deville's and even to TanerDEVILLA, home of Tankervilles known to be at the root of Tancreds > Guiscards.

Was it wrong to trace "Teniers" to "Tanner." Not necessarily. The "tanner" of Falaise may have been secret code for the Denardo/Narbonne bloodline. What a coincidence that I intended to write this paragraph above the paragraph above that came naturally to TANERdevilla without any thought of the Tanner = Teniers topic. The paragraph above was born spontaneously from the paragraph above it, after I had already intended to make the Teniers trace to "Denardo."

It appears here that the Sinclair Rus who birthed the Tancreds were at Narbonne, a suspected Skull-and-Bones entity. Reminder: the Chill/Child chevron is also the Dutch Bone chevron in Skull-bend colors, and both Skulls and Bones use similar Coats while Schole' nearly use checks in the colors of the checks on the Magdalene-church floor.

As "chevron" is suspect as code for Chill/Child-related Hebrons of Chillingham, and as "bend" is suspect now with Banterlu elements of Montmorency, by what coincidence does "fesse" smack of the FAUCaud line from Montmorency? Or, by what coincidence did Thibaud, brother of Montmorencys founder, trace to a son of Childeric while the fesse-like Fessy/Vessey surname, with an engrailed cross in Chill/Child colors, was first found in the same place (Northumberland) as the Chilterns/Chiltons using the chevron of Chills/Childs in colors reversed???

Reminder: Fesseys/Vesseys use "vinces" in their motto...which may even suggest that "Vince" and Vessey" are related terms. That argument conjures up the Vance surname, and it happens to use a bend in colors reversed to the Skull bend. The "faithful" motto term of Vance's traces easily to Fessey elements of the Fussen/Foetes kind. This paragraph and the one above allow us to identify the Vaux variation of Vance's with "FAUCaud." There are plenty of checks in the English Vaux Coat, and the Voxe variation of that clan suggests the "vox" motto term of Nagles.

Nagle's are suspect for multiple reasons with Nickles/Niccole's, and I now note that the pheon used by Nickles is that of Scandinavian Mansons, which recalls that Fussen/Foetes uses the same sort of Arms as the Isle of Mann. As Fussen and the Poussons were just traced suggestively to Fossano in Cuneo, let it be reminded that these elements should trace to Imperia on the Ligurian coast, near Manx-like Monaco and Nickle-suspect Nice, itself beside Antipas-suspect Antibes. Monaco has been traditionally a home of Grimadli's who use the same sort of lozengy as Schole's.

I wasn't going to mention here that the German Nickel Coat could link to the Boeuf fesse, until the Monaco Coat was loaded to find a white-on-blue fesse, the color of the Boeuf fesse! That's important for the trace of Boeufs, first found in PERIgord, to ImPERIa.

Nickles/Niccole's use "vide" in their motto, while the Wide/Wade surname uses what could be the French Messey Shield that I link rather solidly to the two Mountain Coats, one of which uses the Apple / Appleby martins. The one using the Apple martins also uses a chevron in the colors of the same of Sauniers, first found in Perigord.


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