Some surprising good news: "Republican Party Calls For End To NSA Domestic Phone Records Program". It could put a much-appreciated dent into the coming Christian persecution that Obama has started. He's doing a lot more than you may realize. I wasn't expecting the Republicans to do this, because they had many in favor of the snooping. Hopefully, this move is not a political sham.
...RESOLVED, the Republican National Committee encourages Republican lawmakers to call for a special committee to investigate, report, and reveal to the public the extent of this domestic spying and the committee should create specific recommendations for legal and regulatory reform to end unconstitutional surveillance as well as hold accountable those public officials who are found to be responsible for this unconstitutional surveillance...
That could bite deeply into Obama's backside for to spoil his legacy even more than it's tarnished to date. The only people supporting him at this time are the untruthful, and the Blacks.
Will it be time soon to get a tribulation retreat? Where? See "These Are The Most Godless Cities In America"
Compliments of a reader who steadily sends in on mark-of-the-beast progress, the article below is a fine work on the evolution and current progress of the 666 lovers...as they seek to implement their system like idiots rushing to Hell without fear. I don't think the writer makes a good argument where he mentions the calendar year 5773, but other than that, the article informed me that, while we sleep, the 666ers are actually busy trying to make their world happen:
The Annius surname, in Honor if Aeneas
Just hours after ending the last update on topics that included Marcus Annius Verus and a Seaton trace to Syphax of Numidia, I ran across something of a super coincidence: "The gens Annia was a plebeian family of considerable antiquity at Rome. The first person of this name whom Titus Livius mentions is the Latin praetor Lucius Annius of Setia, a Roman colony in 340 BC. By the time of the Second Punic War, the Annii were obtaining minor magistracies at Rome, and in 153 BC, Titus Annius Luscus attained the consulship. The gens remained prominent at Rome through the 1st century." Setia? Where's that?
Sezze is a town and comune in the Province of Latina, Italy, about 65 km south of Rome and 10 km from the Mediterranean coast. The historical center of Sezze is located on a high hill commanding the Pontine plain.
...The historical Setia appeared around the 5th century BC as the Volscan settlement member of the Latin League.
More coincidence: the Arms of Sezza uses a lion and a CornuCOPIA.
My first question was how long the Butteri were in the Pontine plain. My second thought was that Setia should trace to mythical Satyrion, founders of Taranto, where Butteri had been traced tentatively due to a Satricum in the Pontine plain. Satricum is shown on this ancient map, but Setia, not shown, is either the same location, or within 10-15 miles from it.
The last update ended about the time that Caffeys/Coffers were mentioned, the Crest of whom is used in the Arms of Taranto, and I even mentioned the "sed" motto term of that surname. It is completely interesting that Saids/Saddlers, said to be from saddle makers, use the Massin/Mason lion, suggesting links to Numidians, and then it's a blue lion, suspect as what I now call the Caepio lion, which appears in the Arms of Macclesfield showing a "copia" motto term.
If that's not enough. I trace Maxwells/Makeswells (Maccabee suspects) to the naming if Macclesfield (early called Makelesfield / Makesfield), and Maxwells (share the Kilpatrick saltire) are honored by a "make" motto term of Kilpatricks, the latter identified (years ago) with Butteri. Italian Botters, first found in Lucca, use a red-on-white star that's now tracing (tentatively) to Numidians in Algeria and/or Tunisia. The Annas' use the large star in colors reversed, and then share a gold Shield with Setty's/Setaro's (Naples), a surname that was just discovered now seeking Setia-line surnames.
Moreover, Kilpatricks are always linked to Annans that named the Annandale area in which they lived. Massins/Masons, who are expected as a branch of the Massar/Massai surname of Lucca, even use a "Dum" motto term for elements in Dumfries, where Annandale is located, and then the Bruces of Annandale use a blue lion, known to be the Louvain lion which is exactly the Massin/Mason lion.
Still more: Nitts/Naughts were first found in Dumfries, location of the Nith river, wherefore it stands to reason that the namers of Nottingham also trace to the namers of the Nith, where both Satins and Annas' were first found. In the last update while on the Seaton trace to Syphax (now suspect with "Caiaphas"), the Satin/Sutton surname was found (I rarely mention it) touched upon, using a blue lion in Crest. Is that not all very revealing? I think we already have the evidence to justify a trace of Annas' and Annans to Setia's Annius surname of multiple centuries BC. (For the record, the Satin/Sutton motto is used also by Maness'.)
It truly helps to establish as fact the theory that these surnames trace to the Israeli priests that plotted to kill Jesus. The Setty/Setaro Coat even uses bendy, linkable possibly to the Guerra bendy, for Guerra's had always been linked to a Setta valley (south of Bologna). As bendy in the colors of the Setty/Setaro bendy is used by Hectors, it's very interesting that while Hectors use another blue lion in Crest, they were first found beside Fife, and then Fife's use red-on-gold lions, the colors of the lion in the Setty/Setaro Chief.
Angus', sharing a red lion too, were first found in Fife, and I traced "Annas" to "Angus" only weeks ago, because both use white-on-red stars. It looks like that idea was correct, and it's tracing the namers of Angus strongly to Setia. Angus' share a red chief with Fife's and Annans (and Scipio-suspect Veys/Vivians.)
When I mentioned Sephtons/Seftons (in Caffey/Coffer colors) late in the last update, at which time the Satins/Suttons were found to link to them, I also mentioned Shiptons (share the eel with Chapmans), and found that they come up as "Shepton." I had not read the English Foss write-up when mentioning them in the last update, but have just read it now because I recalled that Dutch Foss's use bendy in Setty/Setaro bendy colors. English Foss' are traced in their write-up to "Doulton and Shepton Mallet on either side of Fosse Way".
This plays right into what more I had to say, for Doultons were first found in Alton, and are shown to be from the idea of, D'Alton. I was going to say that Altens were first found in the same place as Annas' and Satins/Suttons, while Altens share a man with bow and arrows with German Setters/SEZZers/Settgast. As ancient Setia became Sezza, that could be meaningful. Moreover, Setters were first found in Regensburg (Bavaria), where Wikipedia traces the Wittelsbachs who gave Bavaria its blue-and-white lozengy. However, I have it recorded from a heraldry webpage that Bogens (bow and arrow theme) owned the these lozenges before Wittelsbachs got them.
In other words, it appears that we can link something in Setia with the bow-and-arrow families of Bavaria, which got to the Bauer > Rothschild camp of Bavaria, as well as to the Setters/Sezzers. The definition of "Settgast" in the write-up is laughable or even pathetic.
By what coincidence do the English Setters/SatterTHWAITE's, while being first found in the same place (Lancashire) as Septons/Saxons, share white-on-black roses with Sax's/Sachs'? Why do Saxe's/Saxbys show a "Sit" motto term? While Saxe's/Saxbys share the green-on-gold garb with Chappes-suspect Wheats, the latter were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Septons/Saxons, THWAITE's, and Seagers / Sawyers. The latter trace to Segni's/Segurana's, and then there is a Segni location about 20 miles north of Setia.
If there is a question as to whether Thwaite's are a branch of Weights and/or Wheats, perhaps a statement from the last update can help: "Chappes/Cheaps' (the other ones with ears of wheat) even share a "virtus" motto term with Eyers/Ayers and Chapmans. Eyers/Ayers even look like they are using a version of the Weight Coat..."
The Weight hunting horns are used in the same colors in the Close/Clovse Coat, and as this Coat uses a cowboy spur, while the write-up traces to an animal-pen theme, and moreover for being in the colors of Italian Botters, it was the reason that I traced Kilpatricks of Closeburn to the Butteri cowboys.
The Satins/Suttons linked well to Septons/Seftons because the Satin lion was found in both colors of the Septon eagle just as Satins/Satans/Seatons were proving to be a Septon branch. The green lion in the Close/Clovse Crest can therefore be the green Satin/Sutton lion because Kilpatricks share a green dragon in Crest with the Satin/Seaton Crest. Moreover, the Patchie variation of Kilpatricks should trace to the Patch's sharing the black bugle with Weights and Close's. While the Arms of Traby use what looks like a 666, the Kilpatrick Crest has the right paw of the Levi lion on the head of a dragon, what seems like 666 symbolism.
Of further interest is that Segni's may be the makings of Sagans/Segans, and while the latter use the Julian/Gillian salamander-in-flames, one could venture a trace of Julius Caesars bloodline to Segni. That is so close to Setia that one can then re-entertain the idea that Caiaphas was a grandson of Julius and his mistress, Servillia Caepio(nis). After all, we saw all those blue lions associated with lines to Setia, as well as a cornucopia in the Arms of modern Setia.
The wreaths in the Septon/Saxon Coat, called "chapLETs." Letts, using one version of the Annan saltire in colors reversed, as well as the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annas', were first found in the same place (Gloucestershire) as Chapmans, Capone's, and Julians/Gillians.
The Septon/Saxon chaplets are not red, but scarlet, which may be deliberate 666-liner symbolism. However, I wonder what constitutes eligibility for the 666 bloodline? This is the second time that I've noted scarlet in a Coat; the first time was a few updates ago in the Treasure Coat (green dragons), a surname I've been recently tracing to the "double tressure" border used, for example by Levi-suspect Livingstons, and Sadducee-suspect Seatons. However, I think that 666 liners must also trace to the line of Julius Caesar, for his line provided the first three heads (Gaius, Claudius, and Nero) of the scarlet dragon (Revelation 17). He was a Patrician, and KilPATRICKs might just trace to Patricians in general.
It wasn't very many months ago when starting to realize that the 666 will be issued by Masonic lines from the Israeli priests that killed Jesus. I did not, at that time, discard by belief that the 666 bloodline had to connect with the Roman Caesars. Now, unbelievably enough, Caiaphas could prove to be a grandson of macho Julius himself.
Patch's use a black fitchee, the color of the fitchee in the Arms of Macclesfield showing at its Wikipedia article, serving as evidence that Macclesfields was named by Maxwells / Maxtons. The Treasures put fitchees in the mouths of the dragons. Is the fitchee yet another symbol of the 666 bloodline? Is it the symbol of human sacrifice, the stabbing tool of Boofima? Caepio-suspect Quints's use a fitchee in a lion's paw. The Fitch's (leopard "face's") are also "Fiz," and then Fessys/Face's use the engrailed cross of copia-using Macclesfields.
At the sight of Chapman, Shipman was entered to recall that they use the bend of Skulls, both surnames first found in the same place (Herefordshire), and possibly the bend also of Foix's/Foys.
Back to the Setia article for some grand news, probably:
...after decades of skirmishes and wars with neighboring Sermoneta and Priverno, [Setia] was conquered by the troops of the Caetani family in 1381. After 12 years the Setini revolted and exterminated the occupiers and, once free, they returned under the protection of the Pope.
It looked like the Caetani had been some sort of Setini kin. This is the first time I've seen the people of Setia called, "Setini," smacking of Seatons/Settins. Clicking to the Caetani article, it smacks of the Gaetuli. If correct, we have some hard evidence of Gaetuli - Seaton associations:
Caetani, or Gaetani, is the name of an Italian noble family princely family which played a great part in the history of Pisa and of Rome, principally via their close links to the papacy.
The founder of the house was Marinus I, Duke of Fondi, son of Docibilis II of Gaeta, from which the family gets its name. His successor was Constantine, who took the name Cagetanus and ruled in the latter half of the 10th century.
Pisa is perhaps less than 20 miles from Lucca, wherefore, if it was correct to trace the Gaetuli to Syphax, and Syphax' countrymen to the Massars (use the Gate lion) in Lucco, the Gaetani of Pisa could indeed have been Gaetuli. Just as I was at the map measuring distances, I saw La Spezia about 25 miles from Lucca. In the last update, the Space's/Speccots were one of the surnames suggested as possibly "Syphax" terms.
There is a Gaeta/Gaetani surname said to be from Caieta in the land of Latins (Lazio), which location is said to have been named by the mythical nurse of Aeneas. Just like that, we have reason to believe that the Aeneus line to Annas (the high priest) was involved with a Caet / Gaet entity. It's looking as though the Annius surname known to be from Setia was a branch (perhaps very distant kin, maybe not so distant) of the Gaetani.
The Gaeta/Gaetani Coat above shows the same red-and-white quartered shield as the early Arms of Caetani showing in the article above. The writer doesn't have the courtesy to tell us where Gaeta is located (if only just in brackets). It's because the Internet is running out of room. Gaeta (near Formia) is on the sea coast about 30-35 miles south of Setia. "It is the ancient Caieta...Gaeta was an ancient Ionian colony of the Samians according to Strabo, who believed the name stemmed from the Greek kaietas, which means 'cave', probably referring to the several harbours..."
There goes another Wikipedia writer giving a flat-out derivation (we are not to have any doubts because the writer didn't say "maybe") from some unidentified historian, and without giving more details on what others may have thought was the correct derivation. Besides, since when is a bay or shipping dock called a cave??? Hello? Does it ever strike historians that place names are after people names rather than some nearby geographical feature? Yes, of course, but we the common people are not supposed to know these things, quite obviously.
Was Porcius Cato from Caieta elements? Kite's and related Kaits/Kitts use three birds in the colors of the Gate lions. After writing that, it was found that Gate's come up as "Gait." As the bendy of the Setty/Setaro's led to Hectors, note that the son of mythical Hector was Cai/Kay. That not only tends to trace the Hector bloodline to both Setia and Caieta (suggesting that both cities had kin from one another), but it may be implying the Hector Trojans, the ones to which Virgil traced his mythical Aeneas. This means that Trojans had a Cait-like entity to discover as the probable root of Gaetuli.
On the page for the Caetani, you can see their Arms using only two wavy bendlets. The Kays ("kepe" motto term) use only two bendlets too. It really looks like a match. But I found at least two, perhaps three, Cai/Kay-like terms at Cappadocia, the place suspect with the mythical Trojan, Capys, likewise of the Hector line. Does it make sense to you that Capys led to "CAIAphas," and Aeneas to "Annas," and Paris (brother of Hector), to "Pharisee"? After all, these Trojans are even tracing to Sadducee-suspect Gaet / Setin elements. Proto-Trojans were (in my opinion) from a Kue/Qewe area of Cilicia.
By what further coincidence were Kite's and Gate-using Yate's first found in the same place (Gloucestershire) with Chapmans and Capone's? If that's not enough, Capys is said to have named Capua, while Capua's/Capone's were first found in the same place as Candida's, and then the mistress of pope Borgia (Alexander IV), with a Cattanei surname, is said to be of the Candida family (i.e. "Cattanei" is a Candida variation). Capua is about 15 miles inland from the gulf of Gaeta.
The Quido Coat is separated into four sections diagonally. One could say that it was quartered in red and white, the colors of the quarters in the Arms of Gaetani. But just gawk and see that both the Guido and Gaetani's use red, upright lions too. It's clinched, We now know where Guidi's were hanging out while trying to hide from me all these months.
It could suggest that descendants of Guerin of Provence bumped into Gaeta elements when evolving into Guido Guerra. As the Strange's (said to be from Guido le Strange) are always connected (by me) both to the Guido-Guerra line and to Forum Allieni, by what coincidence is Formia smack near Gaeta? You haven't forgotten that Guerra's use bendy too, the Setty/Setaro / Hector symbol, because I just reminded you. Nor have you forgotten that Guerra's and Seatons both use green dragons.
Mythical Hector de Maris was given (by myth writers) the Hector-surname bends. The Maris' are said to be from a Lemerais location, and then Merais' use bendy too.
Wikipedia's writer(s) for the Formia article tells us that it was named after "landing place," no maybe about it, no other theory provided. I think writers like that ought to keep things to themselves if they are unwilling to say more on derivations. According to who or what historical record was Formia named after "landing place"??? I cannot find a Formia-like surname, but German Froms/Fromme's are interesting for using a horizontally-split shield in colors reversed from the same of Popoli's, first found nearby Naples. The colors of the same Shield of Capitano's/CATTANO's are those of Pepoli's, wherefore it appears that while Cattano's were named after the Caetano's of Gaeta, Capitano's were named after the Caputi's variation of Capua's:
Prince Pandulf IV of Capua captured Gaeta in 1032...In 1038, Prince Guaimar IV of Salerno took it from him and, in 1041, established the Norman counts of Aversa, who were afterwards princes of Capua, as puppet dukes...
There is an Aversa surname (Sicily) using quarters in half the colors of the Gaetani quarters, and then Avers are listed with Vere's (with the Annas star, I assume) using quarters in half the Gaeta quarters, all three using red quarters.
Back to the Annia-gens page: "Other members of the [Annia] gens used Lucius, Publius, Gaius, and Quintus." That could mean that Quintus Caepio was an Annia/Annius liner. In any case, how do we get from "Syphax" to "Caepio?" Maybe we don't. I'm putting all pieces on the table, and not all must apply. Yet, I'm confident that Syphax was part of the Caiaphas bloodline. Quintus...is a Latin praenomen, or personal name...The name was regularly abbreviated Q. Perhaps the Q-like object in the Traby/Sadowski Coat applies. Might "SADowski" go back to Setia / Gaetano elements?
Another good point is that, while I had been tracing Porcius Cato to the Fano location, to Font de Ville's, Fontana's and Fonts', here is now found the earliest known Gaetani, from a Fondi location. The Fonts-et-al had even linked well to Capitano's/Cattano's. There is a Fondi/Fonts surname (only a white-on-red bend), first found in the same place (Languedoc) as Font/Fond-de-Ville's. As Winders use just a white-on-red bend, it appears that Winders, Winters, and Windsors apply to the Fond/Font bloodline.
"Fondi is the main town of the Plain of Fondi (Piana di Fondi in Italian), a small plain between the Ausoni and Aurunci mountains and the Tyrrhenian Sea." We can now ask whether "AURunci" was named after Aures, home of the Gaetuli. It sure looks good. Here's the Aur/Aures Coat, using red lions, the color of the Guido, Setty/Setaro and Gaetuli lions.
I have just had a brainstorm. The first part of it was when noting that the Arms of Fondi use a blue-on-red fesse, the color of the French Paine fesse. I didn't make more of this, other than to recall that Payens traced convincingly in the last update to the south side of Naples, at Nocera of Salerno. The second thought here was that "Setaro" and "Satricum" (and "Satyrion" at Taranto) suggest Satrae Thracians, living near the Paeoni. On top of that, the Gaetani that remain are from a so-called "Gaetani Dell'Aquila d'Aragona" group. Aragona in Sicily is at Agrigento, and where the goat-using Cabrera's lived. The Aragona of the Gaetani is not the one in Sicily, and yet it may relate.
The lion paw holding the broken spear in the Crest of English Paine's might just be part-code for Spears (crescents and star in the colors of the same of Algeria) using crescents in the colors of the same of Sprees, and then the latter use a diagonally-quartered Shield in the colors of the quartered Gaetani Arms. The Spree Coat is what I call "hourglass design," and it's in colors reversed from the Guido hourglass.
The Spree crescents are in the two colors of the Chapman crescents, and Spree's for me indicate Melusine elements from Lusatia. Melusine elements indicate Guerin of Provence, suspect from the Drago river. Chapmans use a "BROKEN lance with a wreath on the point," and then Points had been suspect with the Pinks, Reno's and Panico's/Pane's at the Setta valley. No surprise but very welcome.
Points may also be suspect with Ponts / Ponds / Bond's, versions of "Fondi". Italian Bondi's (Sardinia) "Biondi," and so let me repeat from the last update: "Aha! The Blonde/Biondi gates are also the Arch/Ark arches!" This had to do with the Blounts/Blonds that had merged with Pollocks of the earliest times, the Pollocks suspect, if not clinched, as Fulbert of Falaise...who was living during the Drengot move to Italy.
But to find gates used by a Bionde surname while other Bionde's are listed with Bondi's assures us (it's a no brainer now) that Blounts and some Bond-similar surnames were from "Fondi," the earliest-known location of the Gaetani.
Lest you've forgotten, a Blount liner became a Croc (crescent in Speer- / Spree-crescent colors), suspect from Creusa liners at Agrigento, and so I am finding multiple hints here of what was expected: a Gaetuli trace to Agrigento. But Creusa was married to Aeneas so that we are learning the realities here, that Aeneas liners became the Annius surname out of Setia. Why Setia? Why an Annas-like surname from a location with a name suspect for a long while as proto-Sadducees? In my opinion now, it's clinched that Annas of Israel was from Aeneas liners, the founders of Romans, and was moreover merged with Gaetuli Numidians. Weeks ago, I couldn't have dreamed of finding evidence this strong for that theory.
Bondi's/Bionde's look like they are using the Aude sword for a trace to Audeville and Pithiviers, which is the thistle bloodline to Renfrew / Paisley, where Speers and Aude-honoring Pollocks were first found.
Payens are also "Paiont," and then while English Ponts (first found in the same place as Drake's) use the Pek/Peck patee in colors reversed -- which are in the colors of the patee used by Jacques de Molay (Molle's and Crocs were married at the doorstep of Fulbert of Falaise) -- French Ponts are also "Puintz." It very much suggests that "point"-using Chapmans were from the Drengot dukes of Capua as well as from the Setta-valley Panico's/Panetta's/Pane's. There are Mieszko elements involved here, important because Mieszko was traced (by me) to proto-Fonts / proto-Conteville's / Visconti's) at Piscinas of southern Sardinia, and then the Bondi's, pegged by one writer as one of the 13 Illuminati families, were first found in Sardinia. It suggests the Chappes' that were otherwise known as Visconti's, or what I regard as Alan-Visconti's. Herluin de Conteville even married the daughter of Fulbert "the tanner" of Falaise while Tanners use PINE CONES," a double code, one for a Payen branch, and one for the Cone=Conti branch.
We then find yet another red lion in the Broke/Brock surname (Stewart motto), and this one is a definite Alan branch, important because we could be expecting Alans to trace to Formia.
Have you noticed all the red-and-white in this investigation? Tancred and Guiscard colors, and then Guido's come up as "Guis." Let's go back to the surprising quote: Prince Pandulf IV of Capua captured Gaeta in 1032...In 1038, Prince Guaimar IV of Salerno took it from him and, in 1041, established the Norman counts of Aversa, who were afterwards princes of Capua, as puppet dukes... "PANdulf" looks like he may have been a Payen / Panico liner. Or is it just a coincidence? It may even be that Chappes' of Ile-de-France originated from the Capua Drengots.
As the Font-de-Ville's were a Burgo > Conteville line to Pope Borgia, it appears that his Cattanei wife was a Caetani=Gaetani, and that Font-de-Ville's trace to Fondi. As the Conteville's married the Normans, to whom I think the Paine's belonged, lets not forget that Paine's are likely using the Arms of Fondi, and let's recall the Normans that we read about earlier, "puppet" rulers of Capua, and who ruled a Gaeta-associated Aversa location. The first Norman count of Aversa, Ranulf Drengot, predated the Conqueror's invasion of England by a generation. It just so happens that Drengs (Northumberland) use another red-on-white lion, and it's the Broke/Brock lion, and nearly the lion of Dreux's/Drews. These two lions are in the positions of, and colors reversed from, the lions used by English Paine's and Strange's.
On the Drengots: "The family came from in Carreaux, near Avesnes-en-Bray, east of Rouen. From Quarrelis or Quadrellis, the Latin for Carreaux, the family gets its alternate name of "de Quarrel." Some sources, however, place the family's origins in Alenšon." Dreux, the location, is east of Rouen, and so is La Falaise and the rest of Ile-de-France. It was suspect in the last update that Rollo Claro's family engaged Chappes' either in his generation (a little more than a century before the Drengots of Italy), or soon after. Compare the Dreng Coat to the Chiaro/Claro Coat, not a striking match, but a couple of similarities stand out due to the expectation of there being a link.
If "Avesnes" is from the Aves/Avis surname, it's very notable that the Aves Coat is just three gold-on-blue garbs, the Comyn Coat too. Comyns was a location ruled by the Burgos>Conteville's, but is suspect with the Komnenos surname of Byzantium, the founders of Trebizond Empire. Guerin of Provence (pre-dated Trebizond Empire) was suspect with involvement to the Trebizond Empire for additional reasons than his being involved with Melissena Rangabe of Byzantium.
It's very amazing to find here that Sinclairs -- suspect for years as a Chappes-merged line -- were dukes in Capua. One would think that historians, if they were truly concerned with teaching the masses, would make mention of this detail wherever Hugh de Payen's marriage to Elizabeth Chappes was mentioned. There must be historians who the ins and outs of this Drengot-of-Capua topic, which should be common knowledge to those wishing information on Templar formation, yet it isn't common knowledge. Norman dukes of Capua explains why Sinclairs were merged with Candia elements in Savoy, for Candida's were first found in the same place (Naples) as Capua's...and Settys/Setaro's.
I have not known about these Drengots before. It tends to convince me that Chappes were from Capua. But to find them also involved with Sadducee-suspect Gaeta is like finally finding the needle in the haystack. It's suggesting that Drengots may have been the original Templars, having contacted the Chappes line with the initial Jerusalem-oriented commission from them. The next thing that happens, still before the Jerusalem invasion by de Bouillon: the Guiscards (from the house of Rollo) invade Sicily. That effort seems inevitably to have been a plot from the Drengots.
There was some evidence that Dreux' were a Drake branch, though not conclusive. I expect the Chappes in Dreux, a term like "Dreng," and then the Quarrels (alternative name of Drengots) are in Varn colors probably for a reason, making them suspect with Guerin of Province two centuries before. Drummonds use a motto, "Gang WARRILY." Nicholas de Vere says that a Milo de Vere was a son of some fantastical Melusine, and so Melus may apply:
The first members of the [Drengot] family known are five brothers. Four of these accompanied their one exiled brother, Osmond, who had murdered one of Duke Richard I of Normandy's hunting companions. Sources diverge as to just who among the brothers was leader on the trip to the south...Amatus of Montecassino, and Adhemar of Chabannes name Gilbert Buatere [as the Drengot leader]. According to most south Italian sources, this last was designated leader for the Battle of Cannae in 1018...Some sources, like Glaber, claim that the band of 250 Norman warriors stopped in Rome to meet Pope Benedict VIII. They then moved on to one of the Lombard capitals: Salerno or Capua. From there they joined with Melus of Bari, the leader of the Lombard rebels in Apulia.
The Buatere brother could indicate that the entire Drengot family was from the Butteri...whom I traced to Apulia's Taranto location. "Taranto" can trace to mythical Turan at VELCH/Vulci, a location that I see named from "VOLScia," the latter being the area where Setia / Satricum (and the Liri river) are located. The Butteri herders were not only south of Rome in Volscia's marches, but north along the Maremma plains between Velch (southern end of Maremma) and Massa-Marittima (northern end). The latter location at this area is important because mythical Turan should trace to Tarun of Lake Van, otherwise called Mus, thus supporting my trace of Massa-Carrara and Muskerry both to Lake Van. As these are suspect from Cadusii Armenians, recall that I trace "Cato" to Sadducee-suspect CADUSii elements as well as suspecting Cato's to be a line of Gaetuli...which can reveal that Gaeta/Caieta was a Cadusii location.
With a trace of Drengots to Butteri elements removed to Normandy, you could argue that the Drengots were from the Geds and Kilpatricks on the Nith river, for Geds/Geddes should be suspect either as ancestral to the Gaetani, or from the same stock. Again, the Italian Luciano's (first found in Lazio), who may have been named after Lucca, where Botters and Massars/Massai's were first found, use the Luce / Geddes fish on the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annas'.
See the Massar-like Mesar term below, recalling that Massars use the Gate lion design in the same gold color. But even if the Mesar term doesn't apply to Massars, a little further north of Massa-Marittima, there were the Gaetani of Pisa, beside Lucca, itself beside Massa-Carrara. The Velch - Massa entity is to be regarded as the Italian Fulks together with the Massi/Mattis surnames, and thus they may reveal Flaccus liners at both Velch and Volscia, wherefore it recalls that Flacks use the Meschin scallops while Meschins were Normans, and Conteville's on one side. "Milo de Vere" of Anjou (possibly a code, not a real man) comes to mind with any talk of Fulks.
There was some evidence that the Drew surname (that Dreux's are listed with) was from Drusilla, wife of Felix, Roman governor of Judea shortly after PONTius Pilate had that job. I traced Pilate's father (years ago) to Butteri around Ardea and Lanuvium, which is smack in the area now under discussion, in the PONTine theater. The Nottings, probably tracing to the namers of the Nith, use the Pilate pheons. The Nitts/Naughts (Dumfries), who may be using the Patty/Pattie/Pady lions, are the ones sharing blue-and-white checks with Massi's/Mattis, Fulks and Fers/Ferrats. The Kilpatricks at their castle on the Nith (at Closeburn) are really tracing to the Butteri, aren't they, but to the Butteri that may be the founding of Pontius Pilate. The Patty/Pattie Coat looks like a version of the Saddock Coat, which can trace "Saddock" and the like to Setia / Gaeta.
Why were Rollo's first found in the place (Perthshire) that Pilate's mother was said to be? Rollo's share the black boar with Ponts. The evidence that Drake's may apply to Dreux's was where English Botters, first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Drake's and Ponts, use an eagle "standing on a silver perch," and then Dreux is smack beside Perche. The fact that Rollo's share the blue boar with Vere's is now more meaningful where Vere's of the Guerra kind are suspect in the Quarrels.
Masons > Templars are a mix of drunken Romo-Latins with vain Carthaginian-Numidians, the war-pollution of European history that has come to invent the most lethal weaponry of modern times. The world will worship this weaponry because it does not see the Spirit of God. It does not believe in God because it does not sense the Spirit...because God will not make Him known to them. They are to continue in the paths of their own choosing until the Judge has compiled enough evidence against them to punish them most severely, to the delight of Jesus whom they mocked, killed, and then maligned for good measure.
It had been my impression that the Perdix > Bari > Berry line named Perthshire:
Melus (also Milus or Meles, Melo in Italian) (died 1020) was a Lombard nobleman from the Apulian town of Bari, whose ambition to carve for himself an autonomous territory from the Byzantine catapanate of Italy in the early eleventh century inadvertently sparked the Norman presence in southern Italy [that must be the official reason for Guiscard presence in Sicily, but I think it goes beyond, to a stepping stone for a Jerusalem invasion]...
...Melus and his brother-in-law Dattus rebelled in 1009 and quickly took Bari itself. In 1010, they took Ascoli [from Hebron's Eschol?] and Troina, but the new catapan, Basil MESARdonites, gathered a large army, and on 11 June 1011 Bari fell. Melus fled to the protection of Prince Guaimar III of Salerno [where Hugh de Payen's family lived] and Dattus to the Benedictine abbey of Montecassino [near Arce], where the anti-Greek monks, at the insistence of Pope Benedict VIII, gave him a fortified tower on the Garigliano. Melus' family, however, were captured and carted off to Constantinople."
The idea here is that Melus/Milus was from whatever Milo de Vere in Anjou represented; I think he was from Byzantines of the Melissena kind, making it very likely that the Gari river was named after Guerin elements. You can see the Vatican on-side with Milus, a situation to be continued, giving the Templars their international status and the impetus for the several Crusades on Jerusalem.
"The Garigliano...forms at the confluence of the rivers Gari (also known as the Rapido) and Liri. Garigliano is actually a deformation of 'Gari-Lirano' (which in Italian means something like 'Gari from the Liri')..." That sounds correct, but who named the Gari?
Clicking to the Liri article: "The Rapido is a short river (c.40 km) which flows in the Italian province of Frosinone." The Liri has source waters at an Arce location, and flows a short distance east of both Sitia and Fondi. The Liri is suspect with the Lire/Lure sept of McLeods/Chlode's, first found in Aures-suspect Ayrshire. They share a gold star and blue colors with German Leirs/Layers, who look like L'Ayers. If correct, the Liri river could have been from Aures Numidians, you see, who are expected at Gaeta. All sorts of Ayrshire clans can then trace to the Liri, including the Carricks from Agrigento. I had even traced the Kyle's and Cole's to the name of one of the seven hills of Rome.
English Leirs/Liers/Layre's, first found in Dol of Brittany, even use the Meschin- / Flack-colored scallops. I think it's important to realize that the British elements at the Liri / Volscia theater were not there initially as per the 11th century, but originated there centuries earlier, before they initially step foot in Britain. Caracalla brought Geds and Luce's to Britain, and possibly also the Carricks.
German Leirs/Layers use two, thin, wavy bars, the colors of the same in the Arms of Gaetani.
Of interest now is the QUATRefoils used by Chappes-suspect Eyers/Ayers, for the Drengots were from Quarrel / QUADRellis entity. The Quarrel surname (Norfolk), in Varn colors, uses so-called "pewit" birds. The best surname that I can find to fulfill that code is the Pewters/Putters, smacking of Butteri. The Puetter variation smacks of the Drengot brother, Buatere. The Pews/Pugh surname shows a lion in the design of the Dreux lion, but in the colors and position of the Jewish Levi lion.
German Setters/Sezzers are said to be from "barley" (laughable), and the Barleys use two wavy bars that may link to the two wavy bars in the Arms of Gaetani. The Barley Crest: "A gold boar's head, discharging from its mouth a blue QUATRefoil." It now seems obvious what quatrefoils represent. it means that Eyers/Ayers really do trace to Drengots. Repeat from above: "If there is a question as to whether Thwaite's [branch of Setters] are a branch of Weights and/or Wheats..." Then, as Eyers/Ayers link by certain codework to Wheats, first found in the same place as Drengot-suspect lines, it's notable that the Wheat garbs are in the colors of the Saxe garb while Saxe's use a partridge, symbol of mythical Perdix that traces almost-certainly to Bari in Apulia, suggesting Barleys were a line through Bari.
Potter are trace to "to drink," but that's mere code, for the Drink surname is listed with the Drengs. Therefore, the Potter bloodline either named Buatere, or vice versa. Let it be reminded that, while Potters and similar others are suspect with potent-cross liners, Chats, who use the potent cross, were first found (with Chads too) in Norfolk. One can see here that "Chad" should link to "Quad," for Quarrels were likewise first found in Norfolk. The potent cross just happens to be the cross of Templar Jerusalem. Therefore, Quarrels were Sadducee elements of the Gaeta kind, all expected to trace to Syphax of Numidia, and that's aside from the evidence of the green eagle in the Quarrel Crest.
Take a deep breath for this one: Potters, first found in the same place as Drake's and Botters, are the ones tracing to the "flower pot" of Rinds, while Rinds are honored by the mill rinds of Dreux-suspect Felix', while the Felix-suspect location of Velch traces to Fulke's, first found in the same place as Quarrels, and then Flowers are a branch of Fletchers/FLAGers while Velch is on the Fiori = Flower river. At the Velch article below, the Fiori location is said to go be an alternative name, ARMENto, smacking of Armenians. The Canino area beside Velch evokes the Caeni, near the mouth of the Hebros (i.e. where Aenus was located to which I trace "Aeneas"), who lived near Lysimachia, an entity i tend to trace to Lys elements. It could be that the Fiori river was reamed by users / carriers of the fleur-de-lys, Fulke's being one of those users.
For those who don't know, see that while English Flacks/Flacks were first found in the same place as Fulke's, Belgian Flecks/Flegers use a split Shield vertically in colors reversed to the same of Fulke's.
The green spread eagle in the Quarrel Crest may have to do with a Syphax trace to Caiaphas liners in Gaeta...and Volsci in general. The green spread eagle is used by Henrys and Sephtons/Seftons while one branch of Henrys developed Josephs, first found in the same place as Botters and Potters, now suspect with the Drengots. Sparrs/Sparks use an ermined white-on-green spread eagle, possibly a deliberate reflection of the ermined white-on-green Fulke fleur. The Sparr/Spark eagle may apply as a colors-reversed version of the Henry eagle; the latter's Crest is a Fulk-suspect falcon. Scottish Sparrs (Crusader cross) use a spread eagle in the colors of the same of Ferte's. German Spars/Sperls are showing the eagle design used until recently by English Botters, though the Botters are now showing an eagle (different design) in the colors of the Ferte eagle...the whole of which tends to trace Volscia's Drengot-Quarrels. The "swan devouring a fish" in the Sparr/Spark Crest may be part-code for DeVere's.
The Spars are important due to the Sparham and Sprowston locations in Norfolk, where the Spars/Sparhams were first found (i.e. along with Fulke's and Quarrels). Spars/Sparhams use only one symbol, the stag design of Kenneths who were very-recently found very link-able to Guerin of Provence. Kenneths (trace to Kanza at Aures) are the ones with the "Lucco non uro" motto suspect with both Aures-Gaetuli and Lucca elements. This motto in itself can trace Gaeta elements to Botters and Massars of Lucca.
Having said that, let me repeat that the town sign of Sprowston (white birds), as shown at its Wikipedia article, is a good reflection of the Dutch Sprows Coat (white birds). The latter is a fair reflection of the Pewter Coat upon which we find white spread eagles. Weirs/Veres were first found in a Sprowestun location (Roxburghshire). The type of footless martlet in the Crest of German Spars/Spurls is used by Rutherfords, first found in Roxburghshire. The Spars/Spurls were first found in Mecklenburg, which place I trace to Maxwells / Maxtons, first found in Roxburghshire. Mecklenburg is where the Varni were located.
As Porters were Potters, is it coincidental that French Porters were first found in Berry, the alternative name of Bourges that smacks of "Bari"? This could indicate that heraldic barry (bars) is a symbol of the Bari elements to which Drengots were partnered. Bari is across the Adriatic from Bar, and it's the latter to which I trace the Kotor fish that became the Bush-fleur-de-lys. I think that Bush's and Butteri together trace to Butua/Budva, beside Kotor. This explains why German Bari's/Barys use fish heads and Bute's/Butts use a fish. This finding that Normans may have been Butteri liners before they arrived to the Butteri zone of Italy is new to me. Lombards had themselves been Nordics, from Sabine > Suebi lines.
Warrels/Worrals (suspect as Quarrels) are using the Bush goat head (almost), as well as a version of the Bush Coat, and were first found in the same place as Bush's, Walkers, and Wagrian-suspect Wagers. Wagrians lived on the Warnow river of the Varni, you see, and Varni may have been from "Bar." Yes, for the Bar / Kotor fish must have been a symbol of the Daorsi on the nearby Neretva river, which together can be gleaned as the mythical Nereids which were appointed Doris for a mother, and then the Varni worshipped Nerthus, a term so much like "Neretva" that I don't think it's coincidental.
This makes Pharisees suspect from Bar, if indeed Vere's were Pharisees liners. It's not necessarily contradictory to trace "Pharisee" both the "Bar" and to "Paris" of Troy. As Sadducees were from a house of Boethus, couldn't that term be from the Boeotians of Butua? Yes, I read that Cadmus and Harmonia (= Armenians!) migrated out of Greece to Butua, and there they were given a fish symbol. Cadmus had been the founder of Thebes in Boeotia so that Butua must have been named after a Boeotian element. I am sure that what you are reading, and what it implies, is absolutely true-to-history fact. The Israeli priests were from these Greco-Armenian lines off the Illyrian coast, and they developed into the Butteri. The problem is, I don't know how ancient the Butteri were at the Lazio theater, whether they were established by the Normans in the first place, or were there previously. I've tended to view them there from early-Roman times.
None of what's in the paragraph above was on my mind when finding Sadducees in the Pontine by means of Annius family at Setia, and the implications pertaining to neighboring Gaeta. Therefore, to be convinced that Butteri were likewise from Sadducees is a bonus for establishing this discovery. I am more convinced than ever that God has directed this revelation. Here's from the last update:
...I did not know when starting this paragraph that Italian Boys/Bove's/Boi's were first found in the same place (Emilia-Romagna) as the blue-lion Valerie's!!! The latter Boys even show as "Boetto," like the Sadducee house of Boethus/Boetus! Valerie's are using the Caepio lion, right? The Boy/Bove/Boetto bull is in the colors of the bull in the Arms of Turin, a city between Chieri and Chivasso.
Now look. The Boso(n) bull is in the design of the Chiaro bull, and Bosonids were counts of Arles until they produced William I of Provence, the turf upon which Orange is found. It is very possible that Boso's were the same as Boys/Bove's, and therefore from the Boiorix bloodline.
You have just read an excellent reason for tracing Sadducees to the Chiaro's, tending to clinch that the latter were from Joseph Caiaphas. "Boet(t)/Boets" gets the German Bute's/Butts, for all that could mean on top. Zowie, the surname also comes up as "Boetes"!
AHA! Black-boar Booth's come up as "Boethes."
Bush's share the black boars with Booths, and Booths were elements from Bute, making Bush's suspect from the Sadducee house of Boethus, and therefore tracing Butteri to Busca of Cuneo. The Stura valley of Cuneo can now be suspect with the Setty/Setaro line from Satricum and/or Setia. This is excellent because Satters/Setterthwaite's look like they are using a version of the Catter Coat (fish). The latter trace to "Kotor" as well as to the Saluzzo location beside Busca. Therefore, the Satters/Setters are discovered from Satricum / Setia, and even from Satyrion at Armenia-suspect Taranto. It's excellent that Satters/Setters are using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Tanners i.e. tracing to the Tanaro river of Cuneo. Therefore, Satters/Setters are looking like Keturah elements, suggesting very strongly that lines from her named "Satyr," the Satrae Thracians. And that should explain the Bush / Warrel goat, meaning that Busca elements had links with the Sadducee line to the naming of Stura valley. From there, it's not far to the Boeotian-suspect Orco river, location of Chivasso.
Bush's may be of more value to the Drengot discussion than at first visible, for Botters are suspect as Bozzers, in the same way that Setia became "Sezza." Warrels use ten crusader crosses in the colors of the same of Julians/Gillians, and then Guerin of Province was, in my opinion also, a Gellone surname. The Gellone's/Gillions were likewise first found in Yorkshire, and the previous Bush Coat shown at houseofnames had fleur-de-lys (one or two, I cannot recall which) either in red on gold (the colors of the Gellone/Gillian fleur), or gold on red.
Moreover, the three fleur-de-lys of Gellone's are in the positioning and red color of the three in the Pews/Pugh Coat, the latter perhaps a branch of Pewters (accessed from the "pewit" bird of Quarrels). The white dolphin in the Pews/Pugh Crest is used also in the Caesar Crest. We could expect Julians/Gillians in the Volsci area, perhaps near Segni, from their trace to Gela of Sicily, and also to the Gel founders of Agrigento. So, you see, we have just traced the Quarrels and Guerin of Province together to Gela elements on Sicily, which is super because I had wanted hard evidence of a Guerin trace to the Drengots for to assure myself that this was part of the Guerin line to Guido-Guerra elements at the Setta valley. The Setta is beside the Savena river tracing to lake Sevan's Armenians. There is a Butera location less than 10 miles north-west of Gela to which Butteri may trace. Thwaite's look like they are using the Putent/Putten fesse and besants.
It just so happens that the three Gellone fleur look like the three Thwaite fleur, and Thwaite's were first found in Norfolk too, as with the Segni-line Seagers / Sawyers. Thwaite's became a topic as per SETTERthwaite's. A day after writing this paragraph, I read the Thwaite write-up to see that it traces to "'pveit,' meaning 'meadow, piece of land,'" so obviously provided by liars as code for the pewit-liner Quarrels (pewits are a type of plover birds).
The Meadows/Medus' share pelicans with Meads, and while Meadows are an obvious merger with Wayne's, the latter are using a version of the Arthur Coat, meaning that Meadows and meads are Arthur kin too in some way, but the point is that Ardea is in the area of Italy under discussion. Never shy away from putting two terms in a motto together as one term, as the Meadow motto does when using "Mea dos." This surname is suspect with Modi'in lines. It was first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Blois', and uses Blois colors, while Blois' traced to the Arc river, location of Modane. Once you know that heraldry concerns the same Masonic lines, rather than any-old surnames, all surnames in heraldry are easier to track.
The Warrel write-up is lying to every person on this planet when tracing to a myrtle tree. First off, the code suggests the Mire/Mireux surname of Anjou, but then the Myrtle's (first found in the same place as Vere's) are listed with Martels, so interesting indeed because Mire's were a Melusine / Milo-de-Vere entity. It's disclosing that someone who mated with Melissena Rangabe was from Charles Martel. Did Charles Martel birth Inger the Varangian? If not, then I think I know what happened. Guerin of Provence mated with Melissena to provide the Milo-de-Vere entity.
The three Martel mallets are in the colors and positions of the Gellone fleur because William of Gellone (Guerin's father, some say) was Martels' grandson. Some historians reasoned that Landrada of Hesbaye, matriarch of the Capetian royals, and wife of SIGRAMnus (introduced 3rd update of December), was another daughter of Charles Martel, which would make William Gellone a first cousin of the Capetian line..totally expected under the circumstances to this point in this update. Couldn't it help to explain why the Guerin line got involved as dukes of Capua?
Seagrams are the ones using the blue lions, and Coat, of Gars/Gearys. Could this line have named the Gari river flowing past Setia. Recall the blue lions from the introduction of the Setia topic. It just so happens that Segni is at the sources of the Gari river! I didn't know it would come to that when the paragraph above was started. It means that Norfolk elements, such as Seagars and Sawyers, ought to trace to Segni, but then why shouldn't other Norfolk peoples trace to other areas along the Gari? Why shouldn't Sigramnus, patriarch of Capetians? It's perfect. I expect Caiaphas' family tree snaking through the Setia theater.
I don't think it's coincidental that Gars/Karens, who must have been the intended message of a snap vision I had recently, share the upright gold-on-black lion with German Garins/Gorings. That's why, even though no Gar-using terms are listed, the Gorings can be viewed as Gars. My snap vision was a red bend on a black Shield. I have not come across another one aside from that of Gars/Karens, and the reason that I took this half-second vision as a Sign of God to us is that, when I finally came across such a bend, it included a blue-on-white Gar surname too. See "snap vision" in the first update of January for details.
As I'm expecting the blue Caepio / Cappeo lion to trace to Blois, while Joan of Arc was ruling in Blois, it's interesting that Arce is a location about five miles from the mouth of the Gari on the Liri. Here's a quote from the December update: "The first Capetian monarch was Hugh Capet (c.940 - 996), a Frankish nobleman from the Ile-de-France..." Why doesn't the Chappes write-up mention this? Why hide it? Isn't it an honor, in the eyes of the worldly, to be part of a long royal dynasty?
If I recall correctly, the children of Landrada and Sigramnus led to rulers in Blois. Some have her listed as "Landrada (de) Martel," while others give her father as a ruler of Worms. Some spell her husband's name, "INGERamne," making him suspect as (grand)father / relative in Inger the Varangian. Sigramnus was grandfather to Ingerman of Hesbaye. Landrada's mother under a scenario where she was Martel's daughter was "de Treves," perhaps leading to Trebizond elements.
Look at this: Spanish Capets/Capeda's are using the split Shield of Fulke's, and the latter were from Velch, where the Fiori river flows. The Fiori Coat is using the same crown design, in the same gold color, that Spanish Capets and French Martels showed for years, until about the spring / summer of 2012. More evidence that DESIGN MATTERS at houseofnames.com. They don't chose designs on a whim or at random. When they change designs, they are to keep within the allowable designs.
I don't know whether the Florence location applies to Fiori's, though the Fierabrace term for William Gellone may apply to "Firenza," the alternative of "Florence." The French Florence Coat is essentially identical to that of Italian Bondi's/Biondi's. The Italian Firenze surname (scythes) shows a Fiorentin variation. The black wolf in the Firenze Coat suggested a trace to a black wolf in the Arms of San Lazzaro di Savena (see 2nd update this month), a location very near Bologna, where the Fiori surname was first found.
Thus, the Capetian line expected without doubt on the Fiori river and at Velch can trace also to the Savena river, the expected location of the proto-Sadducees from Soducena elements, though the neighboring Setta valley should also be a part of that picture. The Capitano/Cattano surname, now tracing in-part to Gaetani, was first found in the Bologna area.
Here's from the 3rd update in December:
Rorgon page [Count of Maine] Rorgon sounds like a Varangian, and his period (early 9th century) was contemporary with Inger the Varangian, whose wife was a Rangabe...As the Rangabe cross (see it at the Wikipedia article on Michael I of Byzantium) is that also of Bouillons ("belli" motto term, share a Moor head with the Chappes'), it's interesting that while Bouillons were first found in Auvergne, Odo II of Blois married Auvergne. This Odo controlled Dreux castle.
...Odo's mother (Bertha) was of upper Burgundy, which gets us to Etienne. She was from the house of Capet. Her ancestry goes back to Boso of lower Burgundy (Provence), and then the Boso bull design is that of the Charo's/Claro's (Ferrara)...
Odo II married Auvergne well after Guerin of Auvergne had passed away. Wikipedia seems to make a contradiction when saying that the first count of Blois was Theobald I (lived after Guerin had passed away). As I think Guerin should trace to the Drago river, see this: "Theobald I, Count of Blois served as Regent to Drogo, Duke of Brittany. Bertha of Blois, the daughter of Odo II of Blois, became Duchess Consort of Brittany through her marriage to Alan II, Duke of Brittany." I fully expect Vere's in Rennes.
The "House of Blois" article with the statement above has a William (no surname shown) as the first count of Blois, during Guerin's lifetime, which suggests that he could be either William of Gellone, or a brother. On this William of Blois, we read: "His brother was Odo, Count of Orleans, and he was also a kinsman of Bernard of Septimania." Although the article is only two paragraphs long, the writer didn't think there was enough room on the Internet to add that Bernard was a son of William of Gellone.
Back to the Drengot article:
In 1042, Asclettin [Drengot], who had thrown his lot in with the Hautevilles, was granted Acerenza in a twelvefold division of the conquest in Apulia.
By far the most significant event in the familial history of the Drengot clan was the conquest of the principality of Capua in 1058. In 1057, Pandulf VI died and Richard, the son of Asclettin, immediately besieged the city of Capua. It surrendered the next year, but Richard, though he took the princely title, left the city in the hands of its rightful prince, Landulf VIII, until 1062.
Richard also established his suzerainty over Gaeta in 1058 and sent his son, Jordan, to take possession of the city in 1062, though this wasn't accomplished until 1064..[blah blah, these pirates didn't deserve the gift of life]
The point is well taken that, some 30 years before the Templar invasion of Jerusalem, Capua and Gaeta had been well touched upon by Normans, diminishing any remaining doubts that the Crusaders were in cahoots with lines from the Israeli chief priests. Simultaneously, these historical facts (i.e. not just my theories based on what heraldry informs) clinch the identification of Sitten- and Gate-like terms with those same lines. We can ask how the name, Jordan, was arrived to at this time by Drengots? Were their minds turning to Israel already? Wikipedia calls these thieves and killers "adventurers." Imagine, traveling hundreds of miles from home to kill and steal from perfect strangers just to have their material things, and a princely title. Would you define that as adventurism, or demonic oppression?
What lines of the Israeli priesthood did the Norman pirates come from before engaging the Chappes? In other words, what sorts were they that joined with the Varni long before the formation of Varangians? The Gaeta term could suggest the Geats, a Nordic peoples. I did trace Annas lines to Angles, after all, and Saxons seem to apply to Syphax lines. It's turning out that British-Israelism truly is an Israeli enterprise, something I denied for years. But it doesn't trace to blessed Israelites, does it? The only logical explanation for the push of British Israelism is that the pushers knew whom they originated in, but wanted to make the world believe that it was a God-directed movement, even if it meant adding Christ to the movement with lip service. In the name of Christ, these beasts would go out to kill and steal, to destroy. What better definition for "False Prophet."
Their descendants in modern times are saying that all wars are based on religion, wherefore religions and religious people are evil. No, wrong. The evil is from those who used Christ as their mask for doing evil. Make a proper distinction. It wasn't Christians who killed Jews and Protestants in the Catholic inquisitions, but rather it was the brute beasts of satan.
The last update found evidence for the idea that the proto-Normans of Normandy had been from the Cimbri (led by Boiorix) and Teutons, the two peoples that defeated the Roman general, Quintus Caepio, the one who found the gold bars of Toulouse just in time to pass some of them the Caiaphas and the Herods. The Teutons are suspect from king Tut, who was a son of the pharaoh (Akhenaten) that founded the god, Atun/Aten, who traces to "Aedon" at Thebes, a Boeotian entity. this line to Aedon was identified (by me) as a Keturah line to mythical ATHENa (mythical Kodros, proto-Kotor character having the fish and boar symbols, was from Athens). As Aedon's Atun cult traces to Autun and neighboring Nevers (named after NEPHERtiti, wife of Akhenaten), by what coincidence do Daytons (Yorkshire), said to be named after "Autun," use the same lion, in the same colors, as the Dreux's?
It just so happens that Tattons share the crescent theme of Spree's, and the latter had traced above to Gaeta elements of the Guido kind. But while Sprees use their crescents on an hourglass Shield, Tattons use them on a quartered Shield...in the colors of the Gaetani quarters!!! So, you see, the Keturah-Atun elements are tracing to where Keturah lines had traced by other means. As Geddes' use fish, it seems that Gaetuli were named ultimately after a variation of "Keturah."
Duttons likewise use the quartered Shield of Gaetani's, and this evokes Dattus/Datto, brother-in-law of Melus of Bari, the ones who joined Drengots in seeking (but failing) to oust Byzantines from Apulia. "While Melus fled to Guaimar III of Salerno, Dattus looked to the protection of the Abbey of Montecassino, where he was aided by the Latin monks, and to Pope Benedict VIII, who loaned him papal troops to garrison a tower on the Garigliano, in the territory of the Duchy of Gaeta, then ruled by the anti-Byzantine Emilia." As the Garigliano is so near Segni, the Daddys/Date's, first found in Norfolk with Segni lines, should apply to Dattus.
As the Gaetuli were founded by a Marinus II of Gaieta, who was a duke of Fondi, by what coincidence do Marina's and Blounts/Blonde's both use "nebulee"? Blonde's trace to "Biondi," a term that was found to be of Fondi elements. In fact, the Clements use the nebulee in the colors of the Marina nebulee so that pope Clement VIII above seems to apply. See also the other English Clements, obviously related, but as they were first found in Oxfordshire, it's to be mentioned that the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Clements is that also of Agrigento. There Coat looks like it should link to Anchors/Annackers.
At first, I thought it was a good idea to conclude that Drengs/Trings (in Tarin/Taran/TARENT colors) should trace to a variation of "Taran(to) / Tarun / Turan, and as such if would go through the Massa-Carrara line to Muskerry. If correct, it can trace Drengots back to Varro Tarentius Murena, which jibes with "Marinus." but then I found Darrins/Araine's (in Dreng colors), first found in the same place (Northumberland) as Drengs, but from an Arraynis location...suggesting that Drengs are to be viewed as Arraynis elements, not a D- or T-term. The Darrin / Darwin bend is in colors reversed to the Fondi/Fonts bend, no small point.
Darwins/Darwents use basically the same bend as Darrins/Araine's, begging whether they should be regarded as Ar liners. There is a Array/Aries surname (in Drink, Darrin and Darwin colors) using a gold star in the size and location of the gold Leir/Layer star, and the Leir/layer star is used also by Leirs/Lure's, first found in AYRshire, suggesting that Arrays and Drengs / Darwins are from Eyer / Ayer elements.
However, Array Crest show a "flower," and Flowers are a branch of Fletchers/Flegers while the Arras/Arrows/ARWYS surname appears related to Fletchers/Flagers. We are now heavily on the Flack line, but, the point is, Arrays are leading us to Arras. Ultimately, you see, Drengs = Darrins can trace by their Arraynis location, and the Array/Aries surname, to "Aures," home of the Gaetuli.
It just so happens that Potters, to whom the Drengots traced, are the ones sharing the white-on-black cinquefoil with Flowers. The Flower write-up not only gives away their link to Fletchers, but suggests that, as flour makers, the Flowers were "Millers" (capital 'M') by occupation, and for me that refers to the "mill rind" of Flager-suspect Felix's because Rinds use "A flower pot containing gillie flowers." In other words, Felix' were merged with Millers and Flower-related Rinds. This inclusion of Flowers in a Felix / Flager discussion may certainly trace Flaccus liners to the Fiori river, location of VELCH. If "Dreng" is from "Taran" or something similar, then we could also trace this group of surnames to mythical Turan of Velch. Meanwhile, as was said, potters trace to Butteri.
One should trace "GAIeta" to the rooster-using Gays/Guets/Guaits, for Visconti's of Sardinia used the rooster, and they traced to Mieszko's in Sardinia...and zowie, I didn't realize until writing this far that a trace of Gaeta ancestry to Sardinia suggests lines from Porcius Cato, who had been stationed in Sardinia for a few years. English Gays use the lion design used by Oxfords until recently, and were first found in Oxfordshire. The English Gay Coat looks like a version of the Rollo Coat, especially as Sinclairs show a gold rooster in their crest. The lion now showing in the Oxford Coat is identical, colors included, to the one used by Dreux's and Daytons...not to mention the Cavans who throw in red-on-white crescents, the colors of the Tatton / Spree crescents.
Cavans traced well to "Sevan," but as they are shown as "Keevan/Keavaney," they just might be of the Varangians in Kiev. If that's correct, then versions of "Sevan" may have named Kiev, important where Soducena was at lake Sevan, and where Sittaceni were further north and nearer to Kiev. The Budini of the Kiev area are suspect as part of the Butua entity to Bute, and Boyds, said to be named after "blonde" (just code for the blonde Budini), look like they should link to Blounts/Blonde's. It's hard to trace "Bionde" to the naming of "Fondi," however, where one traces Font/Fond elements to Sardinia's Piscinas location. On the other hand, "piscina," while meaning "fountain," is also a pisces = fish term that can be expected from Butua/Budva elements.
Regardless of the unknowns in the paragraph above, Soducena elements by some names are expected at Butua where Budini elements joined them, or wherever Budini and Butua elements merged. I traced Budini to the naming of the Bodencus = Po river, and therefore to the Savena and Setta valleys at Bologna, the expected origins of the Maccabees. Again, the Boii of Bologna may have been Boiotians (same as Boeotians), and "Bononia" traces with Bones and Skulls to Hebron's Eschol valley, where Keturah lines could be expected...because she was wife to Abraham, living in Hebron with the Anakites suspect as the Aeneas line to the Annius surname at Setia (lets not forget Marcus Annius Verus).
English Gays were first found in the same place (Manche) as Vere's and Sturs, the latter suspect with Stura elements now tracing hard to Satricum / Setia. English Sturs were first found in the same place as Drake's. If you understand me, Gays are tracing Gaeta elements to the Stura valley. Then, Belgian Gays/Gayets use the talons of the Brays. English Talons use talons too, and Irish Talons were first found in the same place (Carlow) as Cavans/Keevans, thus making the latter suspect with Weavers.
Keep in mind that Drake's, Daytons, and Cavans use the same lion, almost, in the same colors, as the Dreng lion.
It just so happens that Weavers/Webers use a "GOTT segne" motto phrase while Segni is about 20 miles from Setia and yet a shorter distance to Satricum. Some think that Geats and Goths are related, but in any case, the Geat/GAED/Gedda surname just happens to share three white-on-blue crescents with s Savens/Savone's/Safins!! I didn't know that while writing above this paragraph. Then, Segni-related Seagers were first found in the same place as Savona's/Sabine's!
Moreover, the three stars that accompany the Saven crescents are used by German Weavers/Webers, while the crescents are in the colors of the Goth star. if that's not enough, the English Webers ("talis" motto term) and Gotts share gold-and-black barry, and then the latter Webers were first found in the same place (Somerset) as Savens! It is strongly suggesting what was expected, a lake-Sevan link to the namers of Kiev so that, indeed, Soducena / Sittaceni elements are expected as the namers of Setia (as well as Setta). Tallis' use what could be a Coat version of the Settle-related Stars.
The Shapley chevron is in the colors of the Tallis / Star chevron, and shares three scallops with the Tallis'. The Chapels were just looked up for links to Shapleys, and what do you know? The Chapels share green-on-white scallops with Tallis, thus tending to equate Chapels with Shapleys, making all involved into Caiaphas suspects. As Chapels use a chaplet, it's interesting that Chaplets were first found in the same place (Lorraine) as fish-using Bars of Bar-le-Duc.
Mythical Perdix was also "Talus," and Perdix traces to Bari. By clues available in the French Tallis Coat along with those in the Coats of Tailers, Corks, and Barry's, one can trace Barrys to Muskerry. Muskerry traces to Lake Van, but why couldn't some lake-Sevan elements be at Muskerry too? Tailers (Levi lions in colors reversed) were first found in the same place as Savens. This could reveal the elusive origins of Talbots in Perdix-Talus or even DaeDALUS of Crete.
Black-and-gold barry is used also by Talons, first found in the same place as Cavans/Keevans! That's a clincher, but then black-and-gold barry is used by Italian Garins/Guerins, which supports the link I make between Guido Guerra and the Setta valley. German Weavers/Webers (in Quarrel / Varni colors) were even first found in the same place (Saxony, uses black-and-gold barry) as German Garins/Gorings...who are now tracing to the Gari river, location, almost, of Segni, and about 10-15 miles from Setia. (Check out German Clements, first found in Saxony.)
NOW THIS IS AMAZING. In the last update, Saxons appeared trace-able to Syphax. Also in the last update, you can read for yourself that I traced Syphax elements to the namers of Kiev, and here I've loaded Weavers, which reminded that they use the same-colored fesse as Hazels, important because Hazel-related HESlingtons were found to be from HASdrubal, Carthaginian ally of Syphax! Here's what was said:
Syphax concluded an alliance with Hasdrubal, Hannibal's brother, and ZOWIE, while loading the HASdrubal page just now, "HESlington" came to mind, but when it had loaded, there was Hasdrubal with a head band just like head band on the white-skinned Moor or Saracen in the Heslington Crest!!! I've saved this image of Hasdrubal (on one of his coins), in case it disappears:
It means that Hazels and House's, as well as Dusseledorf, trace to Hasdrubal! AND ZIKERS, it's the Seatons who use "HAZard" in their motto, a term that was considered a double code, one for a Has entity having to do with HASmonean!!!
Later in the last update:
..."SYPHAX" is like "Kepke." Is that not amazing?
Moreover, this Kepke fellow was of Ukrainian background, and Kiev (where I've traced Keeps) is in the Ukraine. I tend to see Cheevers as part of the namers of Kiev...Interestingly, Walsers from Sion/Sitten use that [Cheevers / Cabrera] goat design too.
I went on to realize that Mosco's living with / beside the Cabrera's were involved in naming Moscow, for that place was founded by Varangians of Kiev along with whatever peoples were living in Kiev and allied to the Varangians. The Varangian king, YAROslav ("Garo" variation?), had a daughter, if I recall correctly, Anna. Why Anna? Anne's/Hanne's were first found in the same place as Warrels.
As Cheevers use goats, the CABRera / Capri symbol too, lets not forget that while Cabrera's were first found in Aragona of Agrigento, the goat-suspect Gaetani had a branch styled as "Caetani Dell'Aquila d'Aragona," as per a Dell'Aquila d'Aragona entity in CAPRI of Campania. note that the Arms of Caetani Dell'Aquila d'Aragona have purplish colors.
One could now reason that D'ARAGOna" is a term modified from the DRAGO river, or vice versa, suggesting that Drake's may trace fundamentally to D'Aragona elements, and, indeed, the Drake motto even uses "Aquila." Do I now need to confess error when tracing that motto term to Aquila in Abruzzo? Perhaps not, for while the drake dragon is in the colors of the Portuguese Capri goats, both Abreu's'/Abruzzo's and Ferrari's have Portuguese branches, and the Portuguese Ferrari's come up as "Fer" too.
As Cato's are expected from Gaetuli while Syphax is now suspect as a Gaetuli, and because it makes sense to trace Syphax elements to Gaeta if he was the line to Caiaphas, it's very notable that Porcius Cato's family is said to have been from Tusculum, on the south side of Rome. By the way, if I've been saying that Tusculum is on the Lazio-Etruscan border, it may have been another location by roughly the same name that was from that area.
Wikipedia traces the Butteri back only a few centuries. But I suspect that they are of the Boethus Sadducees. First, Italian Botters/Bottaro's are also "Bottin," and are in the colors of German Bodens/BOEDens. While the latter use red roses on their fesse, Botters/Buttins use a red star on their same-colored bend. It looks like a match, and the latter even show a BUEDen variation like BUATere Drengot.
Mazzars use what could be construed as the same fesse colors as Bodens/Boedens. Let me repeat from above: "Kenneths (trace to Kanza at Aures) are the ones with the "Lucco non uro" motto...This motto in itself can trace Gaeta elements to Botters and Massars of Lucca." Then:
The Butteri are a dying breed...Dressed in their traditional high boots, wide brimmed hat and velvet jacket, they differ from their farmer and shepherd compatriots because they tend their animals in the wild with their traditional MAZZARella or hooked wooden rod.
It may not be coincidental. Wikipedia calls their herding tool a mace. If we suppose that this mazza = hammer tool goes back to pre-Christian times, the Maccabees may have been named after it, especially if the Buttero in those days were Boii. About 15 minutes after turning up the dragon of the Sermon Coat, but deciding not to mention it due to lack of evidence for a trace to Sermoneta (location granted to Gaetani), the Mazza Coat was loaded to find the same dragon design. The write-up speaks of an early Mazza surname of Modena, which is the second place that I expect proto-Maccabees. See also the Pembroke Coat.
English Bodens/Boydens, first found in the same place as Arras'/Arrows, show the swan design used (and shown until recently) by French Josephs. Moreover, English Bodens use blue thistles as well as an "AUDentior" motto term, suggesting very strongly of their trace to Pithiviers (thistles) in Audeville.
Gillie's, first found in the same place as Seatons, and using the Clan-Chattan motto, could be from Gellone/Gillion elements. In any case, you should probably be reminded that Gaetani were also Caetani, suspect as Cattons/Cattans / Chattans / Chatans. It just so happens that the Botter/Buttin bend is in the colors of the Chattan / Chatan bend so that Botters can trace to Porcius' Cato's family as well as to Gaeta elements. Likely, the gates used by Seatons-suspect yates trace to Gaeta while Seatons/Setins trace to Setia elements. eptoSeatn . ...out of Tusculum.
As Bidens/Buttons are suspect with the Buttin variation of Botters (especially due to Bidens/Butons being first found in the same place as Potters and Botters/Budins), it needs to be reminded that Bidens/Button use the Capelli "chapeau," for we already have an abundance of evidence that the Butteri theater was stacked with Sadducee lines. But we can turn to Buttars too, for they use the same basic cross as Arras'/Arrows and Fletchers/Flagers, as well as a "Diriget" motto term smacking of "Drengot." Moreover, Buttars were in a place called, Ardoch, an apt replacement-term for a Scottsman who doesn't like the Frenchy, "Artois."
If that is not amazing enough, let me repeat what I've been saying for years, that while the Baathists of Syria and Iraq were founded by two men with Bitar and Aflaq surnames, Bitars/Buttars and Aflacks (Ayrshire again) both use a fat black-on-white cross, suggesting kinship. But Aflacks/AchinFLECKs (Flack colors) smack of Flacks who are under discussion in a trace to "Volscia / Velch," the two areas where Butteri (or "Buttero") worked their herds.
I don't know how Syrian surnames can trace to British surnames, unless some Western elements of the global-government kind chose the two men to found the Baathists for Western purposes. Baathists are a secular group, perhaps revealing that Westerners had the task of diminishing the powers of religious Muslims.
I think it's very meaningful that while Buttars use a "diriget" motto term, Drigs/Triggs share a sun in Crest with the Blount/Blond Crest. It's important whether Blounts trace to blondness of the Budini, or to "Fondi," where Gaetani had early origins who link to Botters/Buttins.
To help prove that Drigs/Triggs were Drengs/Trings, Drigs were first found in the same place (Cumberland) as Arrays while Dreng-suspect Darrins were from Arraynis. Plus, lest we had any doubt that these were drake liners, Drake's trace to "duck-like GAIT," while Drai's/Dray's/Dree's use ducks, important because Drigs show a "tienDRAI" motto term (suspect as part code to Tien's/Thames', Oxfordshire).
I had forgotten throughout this Gaeta discussion that Drakes use "gait" in their derivation. When's the last time you defined a gate as a "thoroughFARE," what the Gait/Gate write-up defines the surname from. Laughable, but sickening when you think about it. The command not to lie made in God's top ten, but in this world, it's not against the law to lie, and people can even get away with lying in court 999 times out of 1,000. Providing false information is a very destructive thing for the human family. Habitual lying is extremely negative and backward. People in the world no longer trust others, and this destroys community, the very purpose of mankind. All the commandments of god are for establishing a healthy community. Illuminatists are destroyers. Ask Obama. His chief aim is to destroy community even while he may claim to be a community organizer. Communists were community organizers, but they created a loathsome, Godless community.
Fare's/Phayre's were first found in Cumberland, and they show on an anchor in their Coat, likely for the Annacker line. Aha! French Fare's/Veirs/Veres', first found in the same place (Burgundy) as Drai's/Drays, use nothing but a white-on-red bend, same as Fondi's (!), colors reversed to the Darrin / Darwin bend!! It's undeniable: Vere's trace to Gaeta at Fondi, a location about 10 miles from Formia, and then Italian Fare's are listed with Ferrara's...from a city that was early called, FORUM Allieni. French Alans were showing ducks until recently!
Hopefully, this is the Cilnius Maecenas Line
I'd like to go back to the Mazza surname to make what looks like an important discovery. Mazza's are the one's sharing the gold Sermon griffin, with wings, that I think shows in the Crest of Irish Megans/Meekins. The Mazza's are Maccabee suspects if only for their mazza- / mace-like name, but they are said to have a noble member in Modena, as well as a noble member that was part of the cavalry in Messina, which may link well to Butteri cowboys using a mace / mazzarella stick. Messina is where I would expect "Maecenas" to originate, the Roman official whose family I suspected at the roots of Maccabees. It was due to seeking Maecenas-like surnames that MAEGEN came to mind, and so I arrived to the Megan surname, even while recalling the Maghen/Mann and related Maghen/Matthie/Mann surnames...the latter of which can link well to the Massi/Mattis surname.
A gold griffin head is shared by Magens and Mieszko-based Dobers. The Dober bend is in the colors of the Botter/Buttin bend, as well as in the colors of the Sermon griffin, which is white, the color of the griffin head in the Doberman Crest, and then Dobermans are in Megan/Meekin colors. A trace of Mazza's to Mieszko's wife (Dobrawa) seems evident enough, and it recalls that Mieszko II had a cup bearer, Mieclaw/Maslaw. Did you notice that the Doberman bend is in the colors of the Fondi / Fare's/Veirs/Veres'? Therefore, as the latter were first found in the same place (Burgundy) as Drai's/Drays, it can't be coincidental that Drai's/Drays and Meeks (in Drai colors) both use ducks, especially as Drake's were dukes of Masovia while Mieclaw had been a governor of Masovia.
It looks like Mieszko's / Mieclaws could be tracing to Gaeta. This must be the Mieszko-Visconti Sardinia factor to Fondi, not forgetting that Visconti titles passed to Sforza's, first found in Rome and using the Ferrari lion with a QUINCE. What were Quince's/Quincy's doing with members of the Rome / Pontine theater?
In this picture, ducks could be code for "duke" of Masovia, and it just so happens that Duke's are the ones using what I think is evidence of linkage to the Ottone Coat, and to boot, yet another gold griffin is in the Duke Crest. Thus, while Megans/Meekins (in Meek / Drai colors) are tracing excellently to Mieclaw, they might even trace to Mazza elements, and Maecenas himself.
A few updates ago, it was learned that the Griffin surname belonged either to Mieszko's in Pomerania, or to their allies there, but the Griffin surname is still on the table as an Agrippa variation. The griffins that we're seeing here are likely in honor of that Griffin surname. If the Maecenas family established Maccabees, then I would expect that surname to continue in some form to heraldry-land. As the Keele/Kill surname is suspect with the Cilnius ancestry of Maecenas, it could be noted that Kellys use a griffin that they call an Enfield. The Will griffins (including an Enfield) are suspect too, for Will could modify from "Cilnius," making Guilliams/Williams suspect too. And then there is "Gellone/Gillion," which may suggest a Cilnius origin in Gela of Sicily.
The Williamson sept of Mackays use Varn colors too, and Mackays, traced for years to Mieszko's, might just be more in particular from Mieclaw lines. The same may apply to Maceys / Masseys/Maceys. It makes good sense where Masovia smacks of Masseys. But, in this picture, I would view Masseys=Masci's as predating Mieszko, but Mackays not originating as such until after Mieclaw. It looks like MIEClaw and MIESzko had identical ancestry at the Mouse Tower.
The Gell/Jell surname (said to be from "Juliana / Gillian") is interesting for using the same-colored bend of Varns and Gripps/Grabbens, you see. These surnames are in the colors of the Will fretty, and then fretty is used by Modens/Medeys, suspect at Modi'in, home of Hasmoneans. Velis'/Vale's use the same colors, as well as the Julian/Gillian crosslet in the same black color, and the Wills showing the Enfield come up as "Velis."
I have mentioned all this before, but never in view of the Mieclaw bloodline to Masovia and Drake's, or with extra cause for linkage to Cilnius Maecenas. I now have the extra detail that Scottish Thwaite's/Tweats are using fretty in the colors of the Will fretty, and then it was established above that English Thwaite's (Norfolk) are using the Gellone fleur-de-lys! It really is starting to appear that Gellone's trace to "Cilnius." The Velis/Vane's were traced with Vains/Veyne's/Fane's is discussion had traced Wills and Velis with Jeffersons (griffins) to a Fano location in Eastern Italy, but there is a Mieszko-suspect Fondi location involved in this update that could apply, not far down the coast from where Maschi's were first found.
I had linked the Jefferson griffins to the Griffin griffins months before learning that the Griffin surname was with Mieszko's of Pomeranian...where the Varni lived. One possibility is that Mieszko's got involved in Pomerania due to being initially from the Varni. Wagrians on the Warnow had traced to Yorkshire with Edomite-suspect Bush's and Trypillian-suspect Walkers, and here we find that the Wills, using the same bend as Varns, were first found in Yorkshire. Moreover, as Griffins are suspect from Julius Agrippa, and he from Herod Agrippa, its very notable that Wagers us Herod-suspect hearts. Julius Agrippa was brother to Julius Bassianus, father of Julia Maesa, wherefore we can expect as a possibility a trace to "Mieszko / Masovia." The Varn / Will / Gripp bend is in the color of the same of Maccabee-suspect Mazza's.
I had checked the Boniface surname when learning (in the Caetani article) of "the election Benedetto Caetani to the papacy as Pope Boniface VIII." It just so happens that the Boniface surname (after Bone's/Bohuns / Bononia?) share's a black-on-white fret with Cattle's/Cattels (Norfolk again) whom I still trace to Cattolica, smack beside Fano. The Boniface write-up happens to mention Boniface VIII in particular. This tends to trace Caetani/Gaetani to the namers of Cattolica (Cato / Gaetuli suspects), and so it's now of special Fano-importance that Gaetani ruled early out of Fondi. I suppose that frets and fretty could apply to the same entity, suspect with Ferte-Mace, home of Maccabee-suspect Maceys (mace) who share the gauntlet glove with Vains/Veyne's/Fane's.
Glove's are the ones using what should be the crescent of Maccabee-suspect Alexanders and Motts, the latter likely from Modane elements. The Glove Coat looks like a version of the Catter Coat, itself suspect with the Satter Coat...not forgetting that Satters use "thwaite" while Thwaits use Moden-suspect fretty. Modens (gold fretty, same as the Thwaite / Will fretty) were first found in the same place (Berkshire) as Catters, other cat liners, and Enfields too.
Enfields are the one's using a Sadducee-suspect Shield, and the footless martlet in the colors of the same of French Josephs. The previous symbol of French Josephs, rather than the martlet, was the white swan seen now in the Boden Crest. Bodens/BOYdens were the one's tracing hard to Audeville, suspect in the last update with Mieszko-liner Pollocks, and so let's add here that Audleys use another fret.
The Inglefield variation of Enfields is now suspect with the Inger terms around Ingerman of Hesbaye, grandson of Sigramnus and Landrada. That's because I found (3rd update of December) Maine elements linking to Landrada. The Maine elements were from Rorgon/Rorich, son of Gauzlin of Maine. Rorich sounds like "Rurik," the first-known Varangian proper, founder of Kiev's Varangians. As Enfields/Inglefields use a martlet, it can reveal a line from Martel, suspect by some as father of Landrada. However, as the Enfield martlet is in the colors of Josephs, first found in Maine, it could indeed be hint of an Enfield trace to Rorich / Gauzlin of Maine. Rorys are the ones using the Caepio lion, and the ENESfield variation may suggest Annas, for the Enfield martlets are in the colors of the Annas star.
Gauzlins became suspect with Goz's, the latter using what I'm pegging as the Macey Shield, for "Gauzlin" also suggested "Jocelyns/Gocelyns" with a Maccabee-suspect motto, "Faire MON devoir," translated as "to do my DUTY," that latter term now suspect with the Datto character of the Bari Lombards. For Jocelyns are traced in their write-up to Josceline de Bohun, father of Reginald Lombardus, bishop of Bath, a location that traces to the Biden/Button write-up. There is a Duty surname using a "Data" motto term. The same motto uses "fata," evoking the Boniface write-up wherein it traces the surname in-part to "fate" (this may be code, not reality). Although they don't call it such, Jocelyns use a talon (of a falcon) in Crest, as well as a wreath in the Coat that is sometimes a "chaplet."
It's very feasible that Chappes were in Maine. As Bellamys of Perche (beside Maine) merged with Ferte-Mace, its notable that the Jocelyn "wreath" has "hawks BELLS."
The "deVOIR" term in the Jocelyn write-up may be for the Voirs/Voyers, first found in GRIPel, and using the Maschi lion. It's then interesting that while Talons (suspect with Guerin, son of Gellone) use what could be a version of the Capone Coat, the Capone stars are in the colors of the Gell/Jell stars that are on a bend of the same colors as the Gripp bend. Gripel is in Brittany, where Faire-suspect Fers were first found. French Faire's are the ones sharing the bend of Bondi's (neither surname uses symbols aside from their bend), which all tends to assure that the "Faire mon devoir-duty" of Jocelyns traces them to the Gaetani-Drengot-Datto merger.
Jocelyn of Louvain belonged to the circle of families at Levi-based Mons, capital of Annas-suspect Hainaut.
The Fers/Ferrats above were announced years ago as pert of the first Varangians, long before the Caiaphas lines were engaged. The Fers/Ferrats use the Cohen Coat, you see, and Cohens had identified with Melissena Rangabe, which information led to linking Fers/Ferrats to Inger the Varangian, contemporary with Rurik of Kiev.
I trace Illuminatists to the all-seeing-eye cult of ancient Uat/Buto, and to WITkowo's all-seeing eye, therefore, and to the Weights/White's suspect with Trabys, and therefore to Wheats/Wete's, Watts and Vatts/WATTERs. It's a neat package, seemingly fullproof, and "Buto" ought to trace to Butteri, you see, and all the surnames from them. As the Bodens/Boydens traced to AUDeville, "AUDE" is suspect from "Uat," and then while Butteri are suspect as "Buzzer," it's completely interesting that Nahor's first son was Uwts (Biblical spelling) while his second son was Buz. This is what makes it compelling to trace Buz to the Budini, not far from the Neuri, and moreover the Bug river of the Neuri might have been from a Buz variation. By uat coincidence do English Bugs (Varn colors), first found in the same place (Nottinghamshire) as Annas', use the "WATER bouget"?
Space's/Speccots, suspect with Spocks/Specks -- the killer of God in Roddenbury fiction -- use frets on what should be the Lorraine bend. Lorraine's use eagles on their bend in the colors of the Piast eagle, and then the fret is used by Audleys and Hoods/Hutts too, meaning that Space / Spock elements, suspect with "Syphax," need to trace to Uat-Buto too. It's then very interesting that mythical Set(h) of Egypt was part of the all-seeing-eye cult of Uat/Buto, for that term can trace to Setia...and the namers of Sadducees. If correct to trace Caiaphas' name to Syphax, then Caiaphas himself can thus trace to Uat/Buto. Herods are suspect from "Horus" that seem traceable to Horites of Edom.
Syphax lines are suspect from Agrigento to Chivasso, and Chivasso elements go to Chives/Shives, and branch of Sheaves and therefore of Shaws that are said to be from "Sithech." Then, "Set or Seth (also spelled Setesh, Sutekh, Setekh, or Suty..." When God commissioned me to seek Buzites, I had no idea it would end up on Caiaphas revelations.
I've just checked the Suty surname to find them with the motto, "Nothing HAZARD, nothing Have." The "nothing term could be for Notting elements of the Bug kind, but it's the Seatons/Setins who likewise use "Hazard," and that "Haz" part traced very well to HASdrubal, Syphax's partner. It looks very good, therefore, for a trace of this surname to mythical Set.
Sutys even use wavy bars in the same width, and in the colors, of the Arms of the Gaetani. Pope Boniface VIII uses these Gaetani Arms, with the Vatican keys...that could be secretly from the Sheaves keys.
The Suty write-up includes "Nicola Syddie a vicar of St. BOTHANa". The write-up says that Sudys/Side's are related, and perhaps codes such as "Ironside" relate. The eagles in the Sudy/Side Chief are identical to the ones used by Buz-suspect Bush's. The tiger in the Sudy/Side Crest is a rare symbol, but used by MEDleys, highly from Modi'in because they use the double-fesse bars of Mauds/Maids who in turn are using a version of the MONmouth Coat.
It only just occurred to me that "MonMOUTH" could be a Mon-Mott combination; where was my head until now? Then, while the Ulman lion design is used by Monmouths, the German Leirs who use two wavy bars in the colors of the two wavy Gaetani bars were first found in Ulm. That's a very powerful set of non-coincidences. Leirs should of course trace to the Liri river near Gaeta, and Maccabees are of course suspect from anything that housed Sadducee liners.
It occurs to me that Shute's/Shots ("guerre" motto term) could all be from Sudy / Suty liners. But as these swords are also the Sword swords, the Sewer variation of Shuters must apply, and Sewers/Shuters are the ones using a Saddock- / Chadock suspect Coat. Then, as Aude's also use the Sword swords, it's now clear that while Aude's trace to "Uat," Shute's trace to Set. Therefore, the Uat - Set cult from ancient satanic Egypt go to Aude, an area of Languedoc where we find Roquefeuil, suspect from the Roxolani partners of the Neuri / Budini.
I'm sure you'll have no problem viewing Drake's and Mieclaws out of Masovia as part of the all-seeing-eye cult at Witkowo, though we could expect other Polish locations for Uat lines, especially 666-suspect Traby. There is a What surname that I've just looked up, to find that it uses the chevron in the colors of the Star chevron, important because Stars use the all-seeing-eye. These surname are in the colors of the Drake-based TRACKs/Triggs that use a version of the Drig Coat. It's the Star-Terekers in your face, taking mankind to the "futuristic" world that includes, especially, electronic purchasing and keeping a watchful eye over your activities. How wonderful. Whats/Whadcocks were first found in the same place (Essex) as Vere's.
German Ulmans look like they are using a version of the Flack double bars, and then Flacks are tracing to the Liri theater. One English Ulman Coat looks like a version of the Fletcher-related Flowers, if that helps to make an Ulm link to Flack liners. English Ulmans were first found in the same place (Worcestershire) as Watts (show the bird that English Botters once showed). Thwaits share the black-on-white fat cross of Fletchers/Flagers.
Twitts come up as Thwaits/Tweats, and so the Twitter organization should be suspect by all as part of global surveillance. Don't kid with this, for these worms will use their information to jail and rob many utilizing government aids. Take Snowden's warnings seriously.
The Grail of the Pharisees is Suty on the In-Side
The Friday surname is actually FARaday/FAREday, and it's using crescents in Seaton-crescent colors. It's yet another one first found in Norfolk, as with Thwaits, for example. The Freyday and Freeday variation are important where Varangians had merged with Frisians, and where "Freemason" is code for the Freie and Mason surnames combined, who both use the same lion and colors. The Fact that their crescents are in Ferte colors may suggest a "Ferte" offshoot from the FERADay variation. Ultimately, this surname is expected at the feet of Pharisees, which is why the link to Seatons would be important. The Gari river to the vicinity of Segni (Norfolk elements) flows though FROSinone, and "Gar" of this picture can be expected from Far / Var terms.
Although Fentons are said to be from Fen-Town, so to speak, they could be a branch of Fontana's / Fano's/Fantino's / Fountains. The latter were first found in the same place as Fridays, and the three Fridays crescents may therefore be in use by Scottish Fentons (Angus).
I can't find Fros-like surnames other than the Frosts (Hampshire), and they use "two sprigs of laurel" rather than just the usual laurel branches, and then the fact that "TWO" is mentioned seems conspicuous where the Sprigg/Spragg surname uses two blue bars (thin) on gold, the colors of the two, thin bars in the Arms of Gaetani. Moreover, "sprig" is code for Plantagenets, who were Fulks, first found in Norfolk. The Sprigg bars are called "palets," similar to "pale" denoting a wider vertical bar.
Geoffrey Plantagenet, or someone on his behalf, used the code, "sprig of broom," part-code for Brooms/Brome's that use the ears of wheat shown by Chappes/Cheaps'. This recalls the Frome's mentioned earlier in this update, a surname that may go to Formia, near the mouth of the Liri, and then further back to Forum Allieni. Brome's/Brooms and Fulks / Flacks should be kept in mind for a trace to Formia elements, but it is to be expected that Flaccus elements, from the friendship between a Mr. Flaccus and a Mr. Cato, should be found at Gaeta, if the latter location did not predate Porcius Cato.
It's not likely coincidental that Frosts (the one with a "sprig") have a chevron in colors reversed to the Broom/Brome chevron, and in the colors of the Bromell chevron. In Arthurian grail myth, from the same author that gave, "Le Morte d'Arthur," a Sir Bromell de Pleche is associated with the home of the Fisher King. It seems clear from this that Pleche's ought to be a branch of Flecks / Fulks where Plantagenet had been related to Brooms/Brome's. The Broom chevron is in the colors of the Catter chevron, but the latter use fish. With this in mind, where Catters are suspect with Gaeta, recall the potential trace to Fondi to the Piscinas location that may have adopted a pisces = fish theme. Fondi, Gaeta and Formia are neat to one another. PLUS, after saying everything in this paragraph to this point, the Fish Coat (another tiger in Crest) was loaded to find it looking like a version of the Catter Coat!
The Fish chevron is wavy (rare), but used by Pierces, thus tending to clinch that Pierces are Percivals (I never doubted it), the latter being the so-called "Grail King" line. The Pharisees, right? Yes, the FRISians and the Percivals were one entity at some point, from the pirate line of Pharisees. The beautiful cups of Israel's priests became for them all the magnificent greed they could muster. Ah, the life, pirating, never working for a living, and more pirating, until the world is owned on the blood of countless many. This is the glory of the Arthurian grail cult.
Percivals use bears, and Dutch Fris' use "bear claws." My bet is that the Berne location of Zahringers, and therefore their Veringen cousins, were part of this. I had traced them to two FORST locations, a term like "Frost."
ZOWIE! I was just going to say that it was doubtful for Forsts to be Frosts from Frosinone. I then loaded the Forst Coats, and noting the curved chevron of German Forsts, it recalled the curved chevron (rare) of Swedish Gusts, only the latter's chevron has changed design. It's now identical to the Forst chevron (!) and in colors reversed. This is excellent because Gusts are said to be from Geats!!! Yes, the Nordic Geats that had been suspect from Gaeta. The Gusts are traced to a "tribal name" of "Gaut," a term that gets the fretty-using Cottins/COTARds. It should be recorded that Dutch Forsts use a chevron in the colors of the Quint chevron, for Caepio liners are expected in or around Gaeta.
Bromells use the fitchee cross design of Points, and then Sprigg Crest is "A sword with a crown of gold olive branches on the POINT." Expect the Excalibur sword in this grail picture. The Olive's have been suspect with Leve's/Leafs (i.e. Levi lines), and then the leaf design in the Leve/Leaf Coat is that also in the Sprigg Coat. Leve's/Leafs were first found, once again, in Norfolk.
Bremmers are in Broom colors and use an erect sword from a cloud, important because Nibelungs, suspect behind the heraldic cloud, were merged with Frisians as well as being in viking-suspect Vexin...beside Rouen, pirate headquarters for the Rollo family.
The Fish / Pierce merger brings us to the Bar-le-Duc fish, I gather, as follows. First, the Fish Coat looks like a version of the Scottish Brown Coat, and the "Floreat" motto term of Browns suggests Florence or even Fiori-river elements. It just so happens that Spanish Flora's use fleur-de-lys in the colors of the same of English Browns. Keeping in mind that Bars of Bar-le-Duc were out of Bruno/Brown suspect Brunswick, we find that Florence's (another erect sword) were first found in the same place (Lorraine) as Bar-le-Duc.
Lorraine's use more laurel, and then we find laurel in a grail in both the Laurie and Lowry Coats. It was the Frosts that used the sprigs of laurel, but I then found the English From(m)e's use laurel branches too.
Formia is about 20 miles from the mouth of the Gari river through Frosinone. At this time, the Pierce / Percival line is tracing to the Frosinone, and as the Liri river into which the Gar flows is suspect with mythical king Leir, I would suggest that Ardea elements of roughly this same Lazio area should trace to king Arthur. The Thwaits happen to share fretty lattice inside their fat cross with the same of Taffeys, and so it could be that Taffeys are from Daphne elements, for she had the laurel symbol. Daphne is expected all over Lazio = Latium because her father was Ladon. Ladon is the Revelation dragon.
We must not neglect, therefore, the trace of Porcia's to mythical Ceto and Pontus, parents of Phorcys and Ladon, all of which seemingly trace to the Gaeta / Pontine theater. It may seem that Pontine was named after "point," where the southern end of Pontine goes to a slight point, but maybe not. Perhaps the Points implied in the Sprigg Crest are from the Pontine.
As Thwaits merged with Setters/Setterthwaite's, we could expect these elements at Satricum. The latter location is a few miles east of Latina on a map at Wikipedia's Frosinone article below, and Ardea is a few miles west of Latina. The latter is smack in the Pontine. Read: "This arrival [of Indo-Europeans] is echoed in numerous legends, like those of Aeneas and Saturn: the latter, ousted by Olympus, would come to Lazio to help the men and found seven cities whose name begins with "A" (for example, Alatri and Anagni)."
I suppose that Anagni may have become "Anani." As the ancient Annius/Annii surname (not at houseofnames) was in Setia, about a dozen miles east of Latina, it's feasible that the surname was from Anagni, and so we might expect it to have some involvement with the namers of Latina, who are of course suspect with the Biblical dragon. "Anagni" may even have formed the Angus surname, which shares the same-colored star of the Annas/Agnus Coat. "ANAGni" may even suggest the Anaki in Hebron, which I trace through Greece with Keturah elements strongly suspect in the fish-using Catters. Saturn himself is suspect from "Keturah," and so the statement above, in telling that Saturn founded Anagni, is supportive of an Anaki trace to Anagni.
The greyhound must always trace to Anchors/Annackers. There is a greyhound between the laurel branches of Frome's. There is similarity between the Catter Coat and the Hound Coat, and the latter show the white-ermined lozenges of Thicks/Thecks, and in colors reversed to the black-ermined lozenges of SiTHECH-rooted Shaws, a branch of which uses grails. Shaws, shown also as "SHEATHanaich," are predicted to be from the Set cult of Egypt going to Setia, smack beside Satricum. Daphne had a dolphin symbol, which we see in the Arms of Taranto, a city co-founded by Satyrion elements. The Coffers/Caffeys who use the Taranto dolphin and rider are also using coffee mugs because they come up as "Coffee," and yet they are predicted to be part of the grail-line Laurie's and Lowrys (laurel in a grail). But what of that SheathANAICH term???
I've just entered the "mean" term in the Shaw motto to get the Megans/Meekins. What excellent timing for such an accident to occur. English Means/Minns were first found in the same place (Bedford) as Bedwells, and the latter's red-and-gold lozengy is what I've traced to the gold-on-red lozenges of Anchors/Annackers. That is some very good starting evidence for a SheathANAICH trace to Annackers. I would suggest that Bedwells, and the namers of Bedford, were from the Uat/Buto cult.
The six footless martlets in the Frome Coat, the surname using the greyhound between sprigs of laurel, are in the colors of the French-Alan martlets, but as these same Alans showed duck, it traces them hard with Drake's and duck-using Meeks ("ut" motto term) to the Drengot-Gaeta merger. English Alans show as both "AlaNACH" and AlanSHAW," very conspicuous suddenly. Meeks (along with Anchors/Annackers) have yet another Shield-and-Chief color combination of Agrigento, which may indicate that the white-on-red chevron, with red symbols upon the chevron, of Megans/Meakins, are to be linked to the same of Hebrons/Hepburns (i.e. where Anaki lived).
Another surname using that Shield-and-Chief combination is the Annan, and then the Annan Crest is a gold griffin, symbol of the Megan/Meakin Crest too. If the Megans/Meakins trace to Cilnius Maecenas, isn't he expected to be related to Annas of Israel if he founded Maccabees? Megans/Meakins share stags with Hanna's, Anne's/Hanne's, and Annabels.
Let's go back to the Florence's (Lorraine) that came up as per the Fish / Pierce line, keeping in mind that Pierce's must trace to Porcia-grail elements expected at Gaeta -- Pharisee liners, right, the ones with the beautiful cups on the outside, but filthy on the inside. Why else would Phorcys and Ladon be depicted as monsters unless they were representative of people-group killers for lusty things? Florence's are said to be from a Nancy area, and then the Nancy Coat uses the same type cross, in the same colors, as Saturn-suspect Thwaits. Anything Saturn is now suspect with Anaki, who were also called Anunnaki, a term that could develop into "Nancy."
Yet, the Nancy surname is listed with TRENGoffs. The write-up says, "Many use the name Trengoff of Nance." The Nancy Crest is an eight-pointed estoile, used also my Morte's/Motts. It's possible that "Trengoff" is a double term, Tren and Goff, and therefore not a Drengot line, but it's also possible that Drengots were named after Trengoffs.
I don't think Micky's are related to Meeks, but Id like to mention a few things anyway. I've just found Micky's/Mitchie's using the red, double-headed eagle of Spocks/Specks, and said to be from "Michael MacDonald of the branch known as MacDonalds of Keppoch". It's now apparent that this eagle is a version of the one-headed MacDonald eagle, but as FERTE's use it too, by what coincidence do we find FRETs on the bend of Space's/Speccots? Therefore, the latter are a branch of Spocks/Specks.
In the last update, it was suggested that Syphax of Numidia should trace to Kiev with a Kepke / Keep line, an idea coming to mind by what seemed a little God-directed soon after suggesting a trace of Syphax to Space's/Speccots and Spacks/Spocks/Specks. The idea was that "Kepke" (surname of an old friend with Ukrainian father) was a hard-C version of "Syphax." And here I find the Spack/Spock/Speck eagle with Keppochs.
Keppoch/Cuppage/Keepax Coat (from a Kippax location, Yorkshire) using red-on-white garbs. These garbs are evoking Iarbus, the only Gaetuli king seemingly known by historians. Keeps were first found in the same place (Sussex) as Hephers (branch of Gophers?), and the latter use red garbs too, while Keeps are in the colors of the MacDonald eagle and moreover use the MacDonald ship. That's a match all over. But then Hebrons are also HEPburns, and are the ones with the "Keep" motto term.
Hebrons/Hepburns were first found in the same place (Northumberland) as Lorraine's, and then the Keep bend is in the colors of the Lorraine bend, while the latter has eagles in colors reversed to the MacDonald / Ferte eagle. The Space bend is in the same colors again, and the Space frets are in the colors of the Lorraine eagles. Lorraine's are using lions in the colors of the Drig and Track/Trigg lions.
It was learned in the last update that Sophonisba didn't have children with Massena unless she birthed his child before their marriage. She was married to Syphax, and then I traced her name to Gophers/Goffers, who suddenly smack of Trengoffs, who lived in Nancy of Lorraine. Things are making sense. In this way, Sophonisba's elements can trace to Drengots at Gaeta, which is where the Sophonisba Gaetuli can be suspect for obvious reason.
I've not yet clinched that Sophonisba was a Gaetuli, but even Syphax has been suspect as such. I had even identified Sophonisba with Sophene of Greater Armenia (beside Syria), which I traced to mythical Daphne, and then the Daphne location in Syria was also called, Harbiye, which I identified with Garebites, expected to use the garb symbol. Compare "Harbiye" to "Iarbus." In other words, the red garb (used by Hephers and related Keppochs), especially as Algeria is red, may trace to Iarbus Gaetuli.
My first inkling that Sophonisba was important to heraldry was when Dan Brown (author of Da Vince Code) used "Sophia Neveu" as a code. I went long into that topic a few weeks ago, but can now report that the Nancy area was brought up in the first place because the Brown-related Florence's lived there. I didn't know until now (I had forgotten it), that Bruno's were first found in Florence! The write-up says that Bruno's were originally from Arretium, where Cilnius Maecenas was out of...now suspect with Meakins.
Wikipedia says that the ZENATA / Zenetes area of Algeria was a Gaetuli entity. The Massins/Masons were first found in THANET (Kent) so as to trace to king-Massena elements at Zenata. Was he a Gaetuli liner? Micipsa, Massena's son, might just be the root of Meeks / Meakins. It recalls the satanist, Mick Jagger, and his BROWN Sugar and GOAT's Head Soup, for JUGURtha was Micipsa's nephew.
If I recall correctly, Aphrodite (mother of Aeneas) first appears in Italy at Ardea. As she represented Hebrews on the Hebros, likely from Hebron's Anaki, it tends to trace Anaki to Aenus at the mouth of the Hebros. Hence, Aenus elements are expected at Anagni and in the Annius surname...near Ardea. Aphrodite and Ares were given sex-pot symbols (it was perverted), as were the Satyrs expected from Keturah. I not have an admission of possible, long-standing error. It started by asking where on the Hebros the Satyrs or Keturah elements may have been. As many C-terns lost that capital letter to form words beginning with a vowel, the Odrysians on the Hebros may have been a C-less "Kodros." Odrysians were at the mouth of the Arda, a term that I think named Ardea. If this is correct, Keturah elements are expected in Ardea, near Satricum. That works.
It had been reasoned that Keturah's son, Medan, evolved into Medon, mythical son of Kodros. This line is expected to mythical Oeneus, father of Methoni/Modon, the line to the city of Hasmoneans. The Has entity is expected at the proto-Seatons of Setia, and then I identified mythical Dryas with Odrysians while Dryas' son / father was Lycurgus, king of Edones, important here because Sithones were a tribe of Edones. Apparently, one can make a trace from Set(h) of Egypt to Sithones > Setia. It was both Seatons and Suty's that use "hazARD." You get it: Arda elements to Ardea. The only thing coming to mind with "Has/Haz" in this picture is the aes = metal cult of Aphrodite...which conforms to mythical Aeson, who I think was the same as Aedon out of Ephesus, the place said to be founded by a son of Kodros. Aedon's father was a Pan = goat term in Ephesus.
It begs the question of whether "Ceto" was that Set line. The Ceto > Phorcys line (originally a fish line) is expected to be the boar symbol of Kodros, from an Eber-like term that described Aphrodite's Hebrews. In other words, "Phorcys" may have evolved from the same stock that provided an Eber theme to our word, "pork." The implication is that, apart from God's calling of Abraham, and the choosing of his wife, Sarah, the dragon cult was destined to originate in he with Keturah, while she was a Cadusii Armenian, the same that named Sion, the summit of mount Hermon, as well as Zion in southern Jerusalem, where disgusting offerings were made to the dark gods. But the summit of mount Hermon had also been "Ardos" for some time, named, apparently, after the pseudo-Nephilim cult that became mythical Nephele. The old Jerusalem of Abraham's time was "Zedek," suspect as the makings of "Setekh = Set." Keturah's name is suspect from this Set line, then to Ceto, then to the Caetani/Gaetani. I'm just trying to make fresher sense of it with the new clues around Gaeta.
It occurred to be that the blue lion around Setia elements may have been from proto-Bruce's at FROSinone. The blue lion is used by Gars, and Frosinone is off the Gari river. The Freie/Frey surname (could be the Louvain lion because Frey was a Frisian god) uses a blue lion too. If I recall correctly, Aphrodite had the color blue while in Greece, and the Greek flag is blue after her. The Bruce's were an Aphrodite line. The idea here is that "Frose" stems from Phrygians that had also been called, "Briges/Brigians," terms somewhat like "Phorcys." APHRODite (easily modifies to "Frose") was a Heneti peoples out of Phrygia. In short, "Frose" can modify from/to "Brose," a term that gets both Bruce surname plus an additional one in France.
The Italian Brosin surname is also "Broggi," smacking of a Bruce trace to Bruge/Bruggs in Belgium. The surname is also "Ambrosia," the drink of the gods. There was an Ambracia location in the Epirus theater that was also "Arta," and I trace "Abruzzo/Abrussi" to "Epirus" for good reasons, one having to do with Aprutium, the old Abruzzo capital. It appears that Arta and Arda were of one entity, the Aphrodite line to Ardea at Rome.
If ever you agree that Aphrodite and Keturah were a close merger out of Hebron, know that Aphrodite was also "CYTHERea," named after Cythera, an island in Attica (Athens theater). Aphrodite was also called, "Cerigo," wherefore if you don't agree with Wikipedia that the GARIGliano river was named after a Gari-Liri combo, perhaps "Cerigo" applies. "ACRAGus" and the Craig > Carrick line is coming to mind, especially as that place is now clinched as the special location of Creusa and Aeneas, son of Aphrodite. But then we should expect Cerigo and/or Akragas elements at Anagni, at the sources of the Gari. The Garigliano is the continuation of both the Gari and the Liri, flowing into the Gaeta theater. One might imagine that, with the arrival of Aphrodite-Keturah elements to Agrigento (centuries before Sophonisba), the Gaetuli stemmed from this people group.
It's interesting that Brosins use a Shield split horizontally with blue on top, same as the Brenner Coat. The top of the latter's Coat is a lion in colors reversed to the lion of Bruce's and of Brescia/Brixia, and then there is a long pass through the Alps from Brescia to the Brenner Pass.
The Brugg surname shares a black-on-white cross with the Nancy surname, no small point, for Nancy's are suspect as Anunnaki while Bruces/Brose's use a version the Annan(dale) Coat. The Arms of Bruges is a bridge, and then the Bridge surname ("garderay" motto term) is said to be from "Bruges." As Brigantium (20 miles from Modane) is on the river of the Salyes, where I trace Childeric's ancestry, it's notable that the Bridge Coat is like the Chill/Child and Hebron Coats. This is especially important where the Keturah > Medan > Medon line named Modane.
The Nancy/Trengoff cross has ends not reaching to the borders of the Shield. This is sometimes called, "couped," for linkage to the Coopers/Coppers (more laurel, GARland), suspect from Cyprus, birthplace of Aphrodite. The couped Cooper chevron is ermined-white, as is the Catter chevron. Coopers are part of the Caepio / Cappeo lion line to the Bruce / Louvain lion. The Brabants (from Belgium), first found in the same place (Kent) as Louvains (who are using the Freie/Frey lion), use a couped fesse but call it "humette," the name given to the shortened Nancy cross.
Dutch Coopers use white-ermined too, in the colors of the Hume lion (that explains the humettee). Dutch Coopers show as "Kupker / Kuypker," terms like "Kepke." I can entertain a trace to Syphax here even if Coopers were not a Kepke line, simply due to the expectation of a TrenGOFFs trace to Sophonisba. Dutch Coopers are said to be from an area of Holland beside DRENth and Zutphen, the latter being a potential Suty line, and, if so, one could entertain a Drenth traced to Drengots at Gaeta. Sutys are the ones using "hazard:" now tracing to Hasdrubal, but they are also the ones showing wavy bars in the colors of the same of the Gaetani.
The Dutch Cooper Coat looks like it can link to the Caffey/Coffer Coat, especially if the Drenth location is a Trent / Tarent/Taran line tracing with the Caffey/Coffer Crest to Taranto, the place suspect with goat-liner Satricum, smack beside Setia, where Sutys trace. That would suggest that Cofferts/Coverts, first found in the same place as English Coopers, are from all elements in this paragraph. If it's correct to trace "numine"-using COPElands/Couplands to "SOPHonisba," then Sophonisba can be suspect from Cooper lines. It just so happens that while Gophers use a white-on-blue saltire, Dutch Coopers use a white-on-green saltire, thus making it very possible for the Kepke-like terms of Dutch Coopers to trace to "Syphax."
As Nancy's use the white, eight-pointed estoile of Motts, Nancys/Trengoffs can be traced to Modane, smack beside Brigantium (i.e. jibing with Bridge's using the same-colored cross as Nancys).
Having said that, lets recall the double, thin bars of Monmouths and related Maids/Mauds, while viewing Monmouths as Mon-Motts, the HasMONean liners tracing quite hard, in my senses, to Hasdrubal, Syphax, Sophonisba, and Massena. After looking up Fridays/Faradays at the top of this section, Mondays were looked up, but I had nothing to say at the time. They look like Munds rather than Mons, but they are notable at the moment for their purple lozenges, for Gaetuli were the manufacturers of international purple dye.
It just so happens that Brays use talons, the symbol in the Monday Chief. The Mondays are said to be from a feCAMP location, and then it just so happens that Camps and Talons use what looks like version of one another's Coats.
There were some CAMPania elements involved at times with the Gaeta entity. As the Capua location is in Campania while Capua's are also "Capone," we can now be quite sure that English Capone's are using a version of the camp / Talon Coat. The Gells/Jells, suspect with Gellone, father of Guerin, not only use stars in Capone-star colors, but were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Camps. The latter share the griffin design of Kaplans and Bridges. Bridges are the ones use "Garderay" in their motto, while Garters are yet another surname first found in Norfolk, thus making them suspect at the Gari river. Kaplans/KEPlaine's use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Cutters in colors reversed.
Gardners use the Camp / Kaplan / Bridge griffins design too, on nearly the camp Coat; the basic difference is that Gardners use an ermined-white chevron, the Catter / Cooper symbol.
It's now notable that Sabina is a land just over the mountains from the sources of the Gari, for the red scallop used by German Gardners is shared by the Sabine surname, first found in Norfolk! This is new to me, clinching the trace of several Gar-using surnames to the Gari river. As Moden-suspect Thwaits were likewise first found in Norfolk, I would suggest that the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Sabines is that of Satterthwaite's. This tends to assure that Satters and Catters (both use ermined white) are related, both Keturah liners.
It just so happens that the vertically split Shield of Gardners, in the rare black-and-red colors used by Gars/Karens, is in colors reversed to the vertically-split Shield of Mondays.
As it was verifiable to trace Gars/Karens with Kerns/Karens to Carians, we've just seen evidence to support the idea that mythical Cronus (father of Zeus) was named after the same people who named Carians. For Saturn is typically the Roman version of Cronus. Saturn's city of Anagni (and Segni) is at the sources of the Gari. Satricum is not far off the Gari. Tentatively, the Gari was home to Carians.
The Japodes are thus expected in the neighborhood of Satricum, in order to explain why Jupiter was the Roman Zeus. It just so happens that I identify Jeffersons / Jephsons as Jupiter lines, and they use the same saltire as "cupias"-using Yorks, and probably the Cooper saltire, therefore. The Japodes lived on the Kupa! It works. It's tracing Coopers are similar others to the Kupa, not at all contradictory with a Cooper trace to Sophonisba, for the Maezaei beside the Kupa and Una rivers are expected to be a branch of Meshwesh.
This is not to say that Japodes and Cronus > Zeus lines were identical, but that they may have merged at Rome. It would be interesting to find where the Japodes were in relation to the Gari. There are many clues in what's said above, and besides that, there is the clue that Japodes had been a Jabesh-Benjamite merger. It was evident that Coopers were from Taranto elements.
Another observation while at my atlas is the TURANo river on the one side of Monti Sabini. It flows to Terni, suggesting that these terms are from "Taranto." This is one way to verify what I once read, that Sabines were from Spartans, for Taranto was founded by Spartans. The Menelaus Spartans were identified with the Mander surname, which is itself a likely branch of Mondays/Mundys. Manders (share besants with Jeffersons, Yorks and Rhodes') are easily pegged as a branch of Rhodes' out of Rhodes, off the Carian coast, where the mouth of the Maeander is located.
The engrailed Rhodes cross is colors-reversed to the engrailed Monday/Mundy cross, wherefore the Rhodes' lions might just be the Gaetani lions. The Mounts/Monds share this upright red lion, important because Mountains share the Jefferson / York / Cooper saltire. The Monday Talons had linked to the Capone's, and then Italian Capone's are also "Caputi," a potential Japode term. Mythical Iapetus was one of the 12 children of Uranus, and was therefore brother-tribe to Cronus, but as their mother was Gaia, might the people group who named her have something to do with "Gaeta"?
I don't know whether Jays, said to be from a Gai location, relate to mythical Gaia, but I can tell you that Jays use the same-colored bend as Fondi's while Fondi is a location is about 15 miles from Gaeta. Perhaps the blue jay in the Poitvin Coat is indication that Poit elements trace to Butteri in Gaeta.
We can't trace "Caiaphas" to both "Japode" and "Syphax," can we? It depends on what named Syphax. If his name was a version of "Capys," note that Capys' father was made, Assaracus, much like "Acragas," terms that can modify to "Saracen."
Keeps (same bend as Space's/Speccots) were first found in the same place as Coopers, so that, if Coopers trace to the namers of the Kupa, so should Hebrons/Hepburns. Assuming it's correct to trace Keeps and Hepburns to Syphax, I would trace him back in time Hebron lines to Agrigento. The idea that Hazels and Heslingtons trace to the naming of Hasdrubal while Keppochs trace to "Syphax" is supported where the leaves of the French House/Hauss Coat are called "cabbage leaves," for Keppochs show a "Cubbage" variation while the House leaves are identical to the hazel leaves. The latter call them "hazel slips," revealing the Islips are part of the Hazel line. It just so happens that English House's/Howes' (in the colors of Cooper-related Hume's/Home's) use a cross in the colors of the Dutch-Cooper saltire.
First and foremost, Hebron lines to Agrigento include the Anaki > Anchors/Annackers, and then the English House's use an anchor in Crest.
The Halsewell variation of Hazels suggests a merger with the Hulse/Hulles surname, first found in the same place (Cheshire) as Hazels. In fact, to my surprise, German Halse's/Huls use the same leaf as Hazels, but in the red color (color of Cuppage's) of the House/Hauss leaves. Halse's call it a "heart-shaped leaf." As it's the same leaf design for three related surnames, you know yet again that DESIGN MATTERS.
Halse's/Huls are said to be from a Huls location near Dusseldorf, which is why we can include Dussels in the Hazels (both use a blue-on-gold fesse). Cabbage's, Islips and Hollys all use holly, and then Hollys share the white-on-black talbot dog with Halls / Halls. Irish Cullens (Melusine) have a "Holly" listing, and they use another red garb, symbol of Keppochs/Cubbage's and Hephers.
It appears that Irish Cullens/Hollys could be using a version of the Megan/Meakin Coat, for the latter not only use what I think is a version of the Hebron Coat, but the red stag of the English Hulse/Hulles Crest. Note that the three black piles of the Hulse's/Hulles' are positioned so as to form the letter 'M' in white. This is very important if Hulls and Halls can trace to "Cilnius." Dutch Halls use the same stag design again. Mythical Cilla was near Troy i.e. near Hellespont. Mythical Cilla was involved in the marriage of Dardanus to Teucer in forming Trojans, and was therefore a close relative of Capys.
If Hellespont elements were at Agrigento, Helen of Troy, her husband, Menelaus, and her abductor, Paris of Troy, were also there. The latter is suspect with Pharisee foundations, even as Aeneas is suspect as the line to Annas of Israel. It's known that mythical Helle depicted the Hellespont, but then her brother was Phryxus/Phrixus, a term I identify with Phrygians...meaning that he and she may have been at the Frosinone area. It just so happens that Hulse's/Huls use a ram in crest, the animal that was the golden fleece ridden by Phryxus to Colchis (Helle fell off the ram into the Hellespont).
This trace of what appears to be Hulls and related Halls to Agrigento is expected if I was correct to trace Hulls and Halls to "Hellespont," for that's where Dardania is located while Aeneas was of the house of mythical Dardanus (symbol of Dardania). The Hull Coat looks like a version of the Catter Coat, and moreover, while Hebrons are the ones with a "Keep" motto term, Hulls and Keppochs/Cuppage's were first found in the same place (Yorkshire), where blue-lion Hallams were first found. Elis' were first found in Yorkshire too.
Halls may trace to Agrigento where Elis' and Craigs share the same-colored crescents, and, moreover, Hallams and Creuse's almost have identical Coats...same lion, same colors, the Caepio lion. The same lion again is used by Italian Crose's/Croce's. Ditto for Crichtons. This is good, for Assaracus, father of Capys, is now suspect as the namer of Agrigento i.e. the Caepio lion is now going to Capys if that's a correct trace.
Hallams come up as "Halland," and then Hollands use the Gate/Gait lion design. Helen of Troy was at Gaeta, wasn't she?
As we seem to be on the Capys bloodline with Halls, its striking that German Halls use the split Shield of Capitano's/Cattano's. A link between them can be proven where Popoli's, first found in the same place as the Capys-based Capua's/Caputo's, use the same Shield while being link-able to Pape's/Papenburgs, the latter using a version of the Hall / Hull Coats. With Halls tracing to Capua, I'd expect them in some large role around Gaeta. She's a swan liner from the Ladon dragon of the Leda kind. She's expected as a child of the Ceto > Pontus monsters tracing to Latina on the Pontine, which begs the question of whether Pontus elements named "Hellespont." I've fully expected her to be from Elis of Greece, near the Ladon river flowing in the same place (Arcadia) wherein mount Cyllene sits.
If that's not enough, English Hel(l)ens are using the Hall / Hull / Pape/Papenburg theme / format but with the Pepin / Pipe horse heads. German Hellens/Hellers (Bavaria) look like a merger of Maschi's and Paine's from Moesia's Pek river, with a mouth on the Danube that flows out of Bavaria. As Voirs/Voyers (Brittany) use the Hellen/Heller lions too, while I traced "Alan" to "Hillion/Helion, the location that English Hel(l)ens are from, it suggests that Alans too are from Hellespont / Helen elements. The Pek river is at the Pannonia theater (where Paine's can be suspect), home of the Boii that may have named Voirs/Voyers.
The blue wing in the Hellen/Heller Crest is a Here / Hertzog symbol, and then, lest we should leave the House/Hauss and Hazel bloodline in the dust, it just so happens that the Has/Haase/HESLIN surname, first found in the same place as Hellens/Hellers and Hertzogs, uses a hare. Isn't this the bloodline encoded in the "hazard" term of Sutys and Seatons? Isn't this the Has term in "Hasmonean"? If so, Hellens and Hellers can be suspect with Kellers/Kelners and therefore from "Cilnius,' the ancestry of Cilnius Maecenas whose surname is suspect at the root of Maccabees. I'm sure you haven't glossed over the importance of Hall liners linking to Meakins.
The Suty description: "A HULL of a ship." Type "Suty" in the search bow below to verify for yourself; it's where most of the Coat descriptions can be found:
The "have" motto term of Sutys just happens to get the Belgian Have/Haaf(ton) surname with ducks, a symbol of Meeks. While the Haughts/Haughtons use what I see as the Arms of Trebizond Empire, the Half/Help Coat shows an hourglass design that I trace to Trabzon-based Trypillians. this can explain why Sutys (first found in the same place as Drummonds) are using a wavy-bar design, that also of Trabzon-rooted Drummonds. But the Suty bars are in the colors of the Gaeta rulers, which can now trace Sutys and Gaetani's back to Trabzon...i.e. on the Pontus, birthplace of Ceto (sea monster), Phorcys, and Ladon (from the Lotan sea dragon). Thus, Hulls can be traced to Gaeta's rulers, the Gaetani/Caetani.
As Hills look like they are using the Craig Shield, Hills trace to Agrigento. The Hill motto is AVANces," and then Avans/Evance's/Avons (HEREfordshire) use the Holland / Gate lion. Hills may be important to Hillion. Jays, from a Gai location, were first found in Herefordshire.
The Gells/Jells (= Gellone > Guerin line) may be in Elis colors for the reason that both are Gel/Gileki stock. The Gell/Jell stars are used by Capone's, you see, and the namers of the Gela location in Sicily are known to have founded Agrigento. But the Gileki are always to be placed in a merger with Cadusii suspect at the naming of Gaeta / Caieta. Again, Gaeta is less than 50 miles south of Latina. Lazio covers Gaeta, and then I identified the golden fleece (years ago) as Laz Circassians, while mythical Latinus was made a son of Circe. That's a good reason for tracing Hellespont elements fundamentally to Lazio.
The dancette of the Means/Minns/Mene's makes them suspect with Maenads, and therefore as a Maeonian line to Menelaus. Keeping in mind that Hall-related Megans/Meekins come up as "Mean" too, it helps to establish that Means/Mene's are from Helen's husband. The point is, Means/Mene's were first found in the same place (Bedford) as a Luton location, and as the Cruise's/Cruse's using a chevron in Quint-chevron colors. These are in the colors of the lozengy of Bedwells (Bedford, again), which in-turn are in the colors of the Anchor/Annacker lozenges (upon the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Arms of Agrigento). I think this makes the case for a Spartan trace to Agrigento, but also a Ladon trace, important where Aeneas was a Latin entity, and where Agrigento is the location of the Drago river. Then, on the bay of Gaeta, and very near to the mouth of the Acragas-suspect Garigliano river, there is a Mondragona location.
The question is whether it's correct to trace "Pharisee" to both "Phorcys" and "Paris." If Phorcys became the Paris entity, then that would seem correct. We start where Ceto was traced back to Keturah and Abraham, and then note how "Priam," Paris' father, smacks of "Abram." We could also trace Phorcys with Ladon, his brother, to Lydians, allies and neighbors of Trojans. We could also re-mention that "Cato" should go back to the Cadusii founders of the mythical Manes > Cotys > Atti > Lydus line. It took me years to resolve that Perseus and Aphrodite (the Eber = boar line) were identical stock leading to Paris, all part of the Aeetes > Medea-Hecate (golden-fleece) line to Hecuba (Priam's wife) and Hector (Paris' brother). Medea, who had a Perseus-like son, was the same as AndroMEDA, Perseus' wife. These elements were on the Parthenius river, beside the Hatti on the Halys, and then Heneti, the peoples represented by Aphrodite > Venus, were on the Parthenius. These are the ones that developed into Lydus, the proto-Latins.
The Cassino location, near the junction of the Gari with the Liri, is a term getting the Cassino/Cassius surname, first found in Modena...which could be important to the Cassius surname that married the line of Quintus Caepio for to produce Caiaphas himself. This surname smacks of Cassiopeia, mother of Perseus' wife, whose latter code was for Ioppa/Joppa (possibly the line to Japodes).
At the link above, Junia Tertia Caepio is the sister of Junia Secunda; the latter married a LEPIdus line, which, like the Libo's mentioned in the last update, could be versions of "Levi." I've never come across that thought on the Lapiths. Do you think that Lapiths were Levites to the Lepidus surname? Was Ixion and Nephele merged with Levites? I traced Ixion, a Lapith, to the Cygnus > STHENelus Ligurians, and then there was a mythical Sthenelus of Sparta from a daughter of Perseus and Andromeda. Mount Cassius in Syria / Cilicia was also "Saphon," the namers of which could have founded swan-suspect "Savona," the Ligurian capital.
"SOPHonisba" was suspect from "Saphon / Sophene," but Dan Brown revealed that she should be from the Neveu surname, one of which is shown as "NEPHew." This is the Neveu surname using the same fish as Geddes', which is quite the "coincidence" where Sophonisba is suspect as a Gaetuli liner as well as the line to the Levite, Caiaphas. This is quite amazing, for Nephele, suspect from the pseudo-Nephilim cult (the Nephilim wanna-be's, not the real ones), could have been the carrier of the Anaki bloodline to Aenus, wherefore her Lapiths are suspect at Caepio's...who married Lepidus' and Cassius'.
The Neveu's/Nephews are in Neville colors, but Neville's/Navelle's (suspect from Nephele no matter what the write-up says) use the Annan saltire in colors reversed, one "coincidence" after another. The Neville saltire is that also of Tess'/Techs, from the Ticino river, where Laevi lived. They even lived at NAVaro. The Tess/Tech Coat uses the leaf design of Leafs/Leve's and Spriggs, the latter accessed from the Crest of Brome's who were in-turn traced tentatively to Frosinone, on the Gari river along with Anaki-suspect Anagni. It was mere weeks or less after pointing out that French House's/Hauss' used this leaf design too when houseofnames changed the leaf design (it's welcome due to assuring House's = Hazels).
Tess'/Techs come up as "Tease," and then the other Tease surname was first found in the same place (Nottingham) as Annas, and share stars in the colors of the Annas star, assuring that Annas lines were linked to Ticino-river elements. Just compare the Cruise Coat (shares the Quint chevron) to the Tease Coat, important because Cruise's are suspect with Aeneas' wife. Recall the two Cruise-like surnames above using the Caepio-line lion!
You have just read very reliable information filled with clues for fishing out the reality: Annas and Caiaphas were from Nephele lines to the Laevi Ligurians (predated the two men). Again, I have only-just learned of Anagni, just over the mountains from Sabina, the expected namers of Savona. Annas had traced some weeks ago to the Marici, very-likely from the Marsi, and the latter's snake cult, ANGitia, suspect with "ANAKi", was traced to the Seager snake, excellent because Segni is smack beside Anagni!!! Undeniable linkage.
If that's not enough, Lake Fucino of the Marsi, and their city of Avezzano, is twice as close to Segni and Anagni than Monti Sabini. Fucino (now drained) was at the southern end of Monti-Sabini system. The lake is also called, Celano, after a location of that name, which might just indicate the founders of "Cilnius," for the Turano river (along Monti Sabini) has source waters near Fucino, while "Turano" is suspect from Spartans of Taranto, important because mount Cyllene was at the northern end of Sparta. If mythical Helen was not from "Elis," she may have been "Cyllene."
I've just looked up Kellens (don't recall seeing them before), seeking Cyllene elements, and found them using fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Brown/Bruns fleur!!! Those exclamatons are for Italian Bruno's, said to be from Arettium, where the Cilnius family lived for centuries before Cilnius Maecenas. Then, the other Browns use fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Masci fleur! I am therefore sure that Kellens are Cilnius elements, but there is more.
Just before writing the paragraph above, and before seeing the Kellen/KELLAN Coat, I noted a Salto river (Turano tributary) on my atlas, with source waters smack at Celano and Avezzano. Then I saw that Kellens and Browns use fleur in the colors of the Sale/Sallete fleur!!! Unbelievable, for I have been linking the Salyes Ligures to: 1) Sale's; 2) Laevi, and, 3) swan-line Ligurians. In Cheshire, Sales were known as Sales-of-Mascy.
By the way, the Kellan fesse is colors reversed to the Hill / Craig fesse, and the Craig crescent is colors reversed to the crescent of Keele's/Kills (in Kellan colors) who link definitely to Chives'/Shives'. These crescents are suspect as the Mott / Alexander crescent because the latter two surnames were from Maccabee descendants while Cilnius elements are suspect at the founding of Maccabees.
It makes sense for Pendragons to trace to Cilnius elements because his son, king Arthur, is expected from "Arettium." While tracing "Pen(dragon)" to "Payen / Pyne," I identified the Pendragon Coat with the Sale Coat, and here I find the Kellens were from a manor of PAINEsford. I had suggested that PENdragon may have been code also for the Pennines mountains of England, and suggested further a trace to the Apennines of Italy, though that was a shot in the dark. It may be a small point, but the Salto runs along the Apennines rather than away from them, and Celano is right in the center of the Apennine range.
I'm now able to see Celano and Cilnius both related to the Brown / Pendragon family (both use white-on-black chevrons, and sharing fleur). On top of this, the Pendragon-Crest helmet was traced to Helms because the latter share the Sale-Crest pheon, suggesting that Helms were from Celano elements. Therefore, Pendragons were from Celano elements...which could be expected from the Selene Carians. Hills and Keele's are suspect quite directly from Celano elements too. Don't miss the white crescent in the Hill Crest.
Carians traced well to the Gari river (location of Anagni), and while Gars/Karens are expected as a branch of Kerns/Karens, the latter's sleeping moon gives away their trace to the ever-sleeping man (mythical Endymion, from Elis!), mate of the moon goddess, Selene, at Latmus (proto-Latins?) of Caria. Therefore, "Selene" was play on elements leading to the Celano > Cilnius family.
I've just noted that the Aves/Avis surname shows an Avison variation, like "Avezzano." As the Avison Crest is an anchor (tracing well to Anagni) while the surname was first found in / around Norfolk (where Segni elements trace), I will identify the surname with Avezzano. The garbs in the Avison Coat are in the colors of the garbs used by the Arms of Cheshire, where Sale's/Sallete's were first found. This trace of Salyes Ligures to the Salto passing smack by the land of the Marsi is proof enough that the Marici were from Marsi.
"Avezzano" can be a C-less "Chivasso." Then, while I identify both Joseph surnames with Joseph Caiaphas, the Avison/Aviss surname uses garbs in the colors of the Joseph garbs.
Angitia, from Segni and Anagni, so good to know this. Note that Chives/Shives share the moline cross with Segni's/Segurana's and Seagars. Then, Sheaves/Chiapponi's were first found in Abruzzo, where Marsi lived. They named Marseilles, where Ligurians were founded, right? And capital Ligurians (Lycians?) were from Monti Sabini, right? The Marsi are predicted to be from "Marmara" ("sea of Mars?), a body of water connecting to the Hellespont waters.
"Sheaves / Shives" now looks to be from "Sabine/Safini," indicating that Chivasso at Turin was a Sabine entity, and that "Turin" should trace to the Turano river at Monti Sabini. It's suggesting that Caiaphas was a Sabine liner. Compare "Syphax" to "Safini / Shives." We can now trace "Syphax" to Chivasso.
The Pendragon helmet (same design and color) is in use in the Scottish Turin Crest. Turins were first found in the same place (Devon) as Chives' (!), assuring a trace to Turin of Italy. Kellens and Hellers were likewise first found in Devon, a location beside the Pendragons of Cornwall. I've traced the Dumnoni founders of Devon both the LaceDAEMONian Spartans, and to "SAMNite, the tribe of Sabine's. But there could be nothing special in the Sabine > Pendragon line, in my current opinion, had the line of Caiaphas not been involved. Myth writers created Pendragon mythology to honor their roots in Caiaphas, which they are simultaneously ashamed of (too ashamed to expose it).
The Turin bend is in the colors of the Space/Speccot bend, important because the latter surname was suggested for a trace to "Syphax." The Turins, first found in Aberdeenshire, beside FIFE, are traced early (in their write-up) to a FIVYN location, and then the Turin Coat is in Quint colors, that being support for the idea that Five's/Fifys and Fife's were named after the five derivation of "Quint." The Veys/Vivians, related to Fife's, were first found in the same place (Cornwall) as Pendragons. Quintus Caepio lines were in Cornwall, right?
As the Marsi were called Merovee-like Maruvii, the Salto river is very interesting where Childeric (son of mythical Merovee) has been recently traced to the Salyes. If Merovingians trace to the Marsi, one could expect Marsi from Merops of Kos, whose son, PANdareus of Ephesus, becomes suspect as the line to Pendragons of the Marsi theater, especially because Ephesus is beside Latmus. Pan was a Satyr, as was Marsyas of Phrygia.
For what it may be worth, there is a Pescina location beside Celano. This finding of a Kellar trace to Cilnius comes AFTER a Hall discussion that seemed to include Megans/Meakins, at the very introduction of a theory wherein Means/Megans/Meakins are from "Maecenas." It reminds me that I had traced Arthurs to Irish and Scottish Meghans/Manns, suggesting that Hellen-related Maeoneans had somehow adopted a Megan / Maecen name, and it just so happens that Menelaus spent the latter years of his life (or so I read) in Messene, location of Modi-in-suspect Methoni/Modon. Thus, while Caiaphas is tracing to Spartans of the Sabine kind through Taranto (where Caffeys/Coffers and likely Cafferys/Caffertys too trace), Maccabees that ruled Israel before Sadducees are tracing to Menelaus-Hellen Spartans. This tends to convince me that "Hellen" represented Mount Cyllene.
Cilla was an Apollo-worshiping center on the Troad (Troy area), but Hellen was brother to Pollux, the Spartan Apollo. I traced the pugilist symbol of Pollux to "Apulia/Puglia" (i.e. location of Taranto). And here I discover that Sinclair-viking elements (i.e. Drengots) had merged with Bari rulers who ended up at Gaeta. I had read that Leto, Apollo's mother, was from the Clarus area, which is near Latmus so that Leto and Latmus are predicted to be the same entity, even the line to "Leda." And there you have the reason that "Hellen" and "Selene" should be equated, especially as "moon" is a Mene-like term. Moons, using the split Shield in the color combination of Cattons, were first found in the same place (Devon) as Dumnoni Spartans, Kellens, Chives' and Turins. The "Cautes" motto term of Cattons gets the Cautes/Cotts/Cottins sharing the fretty (may have been "lattice" originally) of Modens/Modeys.
For years previous, I have linked Cotts/Cottins (fretty in Gust colors) to Swedish Gusts because the Gaut term in the Gust write-up gets the Cotts/Cottins, but here in this update it was realized that the Geats term in the Gust write-up should trace to Gaeta / Gate liners. "Gust" could be from "Guiscard," and the Guiscard brothers of Sicily were painted in a portrait with lattice design on their clothing. Here I discover that the Guiscards followed up on the Drengot "adventure" to southern Italy. The conclusion is that, as Sinclair vikings merged with Caiaphas liners, they ended up at the Gaeta / Capua / Apulia / Messina theaters due to the ancient derivation of Caiaphas lines from Hellen-Menelaus Spartans out of Methoni / Messene.
Then, by some super coincidence, Sinclairs were named "Claro" prior to their conquest of England, and moreover the Chives' can be traced by their Mosca leopard to MonteCHIARO, named by Charo's/Chiaro's/Claro's...honored in the Carian-suspect "charo" motto of Josephs that can trace to Carians at Clarus. These Josephs are the ones sharing the garbs of the Avison surname, the surname using an anchor as code for Annas lines. RIGHT? I think I have this right, or a cosmic-sized delusion has come over me due to cosmic-sized coincidences as numerous as the stars in the sky.
On top of those coincidences, the Cautes'/Cottins, and Cattons using the Moon Shield, smack of Caetani at Gaeta. Then, the fish-using Catters are using the format of the Fish surname that shares the fleur-de-lys in the colors of Browns and Kellens, both of whom are expected at the formation of Maccabees by Cilnius Maecenas' family. As Sale's use these fleur colors, we could expect that Gaeta/Caieta elements named the Cottian Alps, on both sides of which the Salyes lived.
I may or may not have mentioned the following before; I do not recall it. There is a French Brun surname (Pictou) using the same saltire colors as Gophers, which supports the trace of Sophonisba's name to "Gopher." Her name was also spelled, "SophoNIBA" (without the second 's'), suggesting that she was a SophoNeveu combination i.e. leading to the Neveu / Neve / Navy / Nevin surnames, all from Anaki-suspect Nephele liners. The Neve's, first found in the same place (Angitia- / Anagni-suspect Angus) as Navys (use the Caffery / Craig design), likewise show fleur-de-lys in the colors of the same of Browns/Bruns and Kellers...on a cross that should prove, on account of the lily in the Neve Crest, to be closely linked to the Arras/Arrow cross.
If correct to trace Childeric and his SALIAN-Frank ancestry to the Salto river flowing beside the Turano in the Marsi land of Maruvium, then it needs to be pointed out that the Sellers/Sellars use the Shield format and colors of the CHILLs/Childs and Hebrons/Hepburns of CHILLingham. Sellers are the ones using the Joseph swan design, and they smack of Kellers...wherefore they should trace to Celano, near the sources of the Salto. It just so happens that Sellers were first found in the same place (Aberdeenshire) as Turins, thus clinching the trace of Sellers to Sale / Salyes liners, as well as to Child / Hebron liners.
The Tarents/Tarans use the same format and colors, and in fact it's the Chill Coat in colors reversed. and while it's known that the Tarentius surname of Romans is from "Taranto," it tends to clinch the trace of the Turano river to Taranto.
As the Sale's and Salemans/Selmans/SALIAN (in Salmon colors) share a black-on-white bend, it should be added that Celano is between the Salto and a Sulmona location. The spread eagles of the Salemans, in the colors of the eagles of Bush's, from Busca, beside Saluzzo, can be viewed as the chill eagles too, but they are used in Saleman-eagle colors by Sady'/Side's, kin of Suty's (Seaton-related Sadducee suspects out of Gaeta), both of which use black-on-gold lions, the colors of the SITler/Schitler lion. (I think the Jewish Solmon/Solomon bear is in scarlet).
Sitlers were from SILESia, a place I trace with Mieszko's to "Sulcis" in Sardinia, beside Piscinas that may now go to Pescina of the Marsi area. It makes sense where Marsi named Marseilles north of Sardinia, and besides, "Sardinia" should trace to "Sardis," the Lydian capital, while Marsi are expected in close relationships with Lydo-Latin lines. Sulmona is at the sources of a Pescara river flowing to a Chieti location smacking of "Caieta."
Now that the Kellens are clinched in a trace to Cilnius Maecenas, especially if the Meeks and Meakins apply to his surname, let's show the Austrian Salts/Saltz Coat (eagle talon in Crest), using a white-on-black fesse, and nothing more in the Coat, the symbol of the Kellen Coat. That's a strong case for a Kellen trace to Celano. As Scottish Kellers/Keelers are in Kellen / Salts colors, and because Kellers/Keelers were first found in Angus, they can trace to the Angitia / Anagni elements belonging to the Marsi of the Celano theater.
Plus, as Kellers/Keelers are also "KEILLers, the snake in the Kyle Crest may trace to Angitia's snake cult. The eagles of German Kellers/Kelners/Cellers probably corresponds with the eagle talon of the Salts', but upon the first glimpse of the Keller eagles, the Jonathan roosters came to mind, in the same colors and expected to link because proto-Kellers / Kellens / Keele's were the ancestry of Jonathan Maccabee. I kid you not, that the very next Coat loaded after the German Keller/Keelers Coat was the Heller/Hellier Coat, with a rooster in Crest. Hellers were first found in the same place (Devon) as Kellens.
German Hellers use the same lion, in the same colors, as the Norths suspect with the Suty motto.
Why is the Meek boar said to be "couped"? Jewish Hellers use a couped / shortened fesse, suggesting a Meek link to Hell / Hall liners yet again. Then, the "Nothing" motto term of Sutys gets the Northern surname with a couped / shortened chevron, symbol also of the Coopers, the latter first found in the same place (Sussex) as the Norths (sharing a dragon head in Crest with Northerns). This is not at all to suggest that the "Nothing" motto term can't also link to Nottings, for the Nortons/NAUGHTons are suggested in the Northen variation of Nothings/Northerns. English Nortons are also "Northon."
This is suggesting a Suty / Sudy / Seaton link to the Mieszko > Swietoslawa > Cnut line to Nottings et-al. It recalls how the "have" motto term of Sutys suggested the Haughton-like Have's/HAAFTONS (Swietoslawa, Mieszko's daughter, was also "Sigrid the HAUGHTy").
Norrys were first found in general area of the Sutys and related Sudy's/Side's, but the latter are said to have been in Dunfermline (Fife) in particular, directly across the Firth of Forth from Lothian, where Seatons were first found. As Seatons are known to be Flemings, it's likely that the Suty and Sudy lions are in the colors of the Flanders lion for a kinship reason.
In light of the Suty trace to the Fondi theater, this would be a good place to mention the Lafin/La Font surname (Tipperary), honored in the Kennedy motto, using a lion in the colors of the Suty lion. The Kennedy motto, "Avise la fin," may also be in honor of Avezzano elements. Tipperary, where helmet-using Kennedys were first found, is where I expect Gaetulians.
While Scottish Fentons, first found in Angus, share red crescents with Seatons, English Fentons use an "ANGau" motto term. As these Fentons use the same cross as Nancys (somewhat suspect with "Anagni"), it's conspicuous that Italian Fantons use "human heads" while the Human/Yeomans surname (broken spear) uses what could be a version of the Brown Coat. It's Browns who honor Florence's of Nancy, and, beside's, Nancy's use a shortened cross called, "HUMEtee."
The Human/Yeoman symbols are called "cronels," and then English Crone's look like they could be using a red-Shielded version of the Brown Coat, especially as English Browns and Crone's both use an upright lion holding a fleur-de-lys in their Crests.
It makes much sense to identify the Crone Coat with the Wayne Coat, for the latter can be pegged as a version of the Irish Arthur Coat, and then Arthurs trace to Arettium, where Bruno's were from. This then identifies the Crone fleur as those of Masseys, for even the English Brown fleur were suspect with the Masci fleur, and then Wayne's use the gauntlet glove of Veyne's/Fane's, from Fano, the Maschi theater. Therefore, Fantons and Fentons are tracing to Fano/Fantino elements out of Fano.
Fano's/Fantino's use a knight, and then Grooms must be from the Croom variation of Crone's, for Grooms use "knights helmets," as well as a gauntlet in their Crest. Pendragons share the black-on-white fleur of Fentons and the chevron colors of Humans/Yeomans. Then, Grooms use "pennants." The write-up says that "groom" applies to shepherds, a load of cattle plop, for it's code in that the Groom Coat uses the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Shepherds.
Another surname using that Shield-and-Chief color combination is the Anchor/Annacker, and it shares lozenges in the colors of the same of Scottish Crone's. To trace Fentons and Fantons to Fondi as well as to Fano, take the Jays (in English-Crone colors) using the Fondi bend, and first found in the same place (Herefordshire) as English Crone's/Crooms.
It's easily discovered that English Crone's were a merger with Tudors, for they use the format and colors of Crone's, as well as more helmets, and were likewise first found in Herefordshire. But as Silurians of Wales are suspect with the Sellers, using the same format and colors as Tudors, it would appear that Tudors and Crone's trace with Pendragons to the Marsi area of Abruzzo (i.e. to the Salto river).
The next update's continuation will start off on Caiaphas as a grandson of Julius Caesar, the why's and how's.
On this page, you will find evidence enough that NASA did not put men on the moon.
Starting at this paragraph, there is a single piece of evidence
-- the almost-invisible dot that no one on the outside was supposed to find --
that is enough in itself to prove the hoax.
End-times false signs and wonders may have to do with staged productions like the lunar landing.
The rest of the Gog-in-Iraq story is in PART 2 of the
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