One-World Currency "Coin" Unveiled
Suicide bombings in Mosul yesterday and today have killed at least four dozen people. The article reads: "There has been a steady flow of attacks in Nineveh's capital, Mosul, many of them targeting Iraqi police and soldiers, since U.S. combat troops withdrew from urban centers on June 30." I'm trying to understand why the Iraqi government is the target of suicide missions usually thought to be from al-Qaeda. Why would al-Qaeda want to bring the Iraqi government down on themselves?
I have no answer. It makes no sense. If al-Qaeda is anti-American, why doesn't it attack American soldiers/workers/journalists exclusively? Think about it. It seems to be their total ruin to invite the Iraqi government down on themselves. They may have a foothold in Mosul, but that's about it. That foothold can't be that strong, the odd group of rats here and there living amongst civilians who would turn them in if they accidentally exposed themselves.
We need to ask? Is the recent spike in Mosul and Baghdad violence the work of Arab groups working for the American globetrotters? Do the globetrotters want violence as an excuse to maintain their Iraqi presence? Will it backfire by bringing Gog to rescue the situation? Or will the West plant their own Gog to "rescue" the situation?
It could be that Obama does not know that the globetrotters are doing this. It could be that some of Obama's closest advisors or workers are in on the globetrotter schemes in Iraq. Reasonably, mere politicians, and even American presidents, are strongly urged to follow the dictates of the Bilderberg/Kissinger teams of global organizers, and it is not for them to ask why. I'm assuming that these dictates come down to politicians from certain middlemen known to all, and politicians know what fate could await them if they rebel. To ease their consciences for following along, politicians would tend to convince themselves that the upper circles are intelligent and reliable men who know what they are doing.
The more that the upper circles are exposed for what they are -- bloodline worshipers from Satanic stock -- the less that politicians will be loyal to them. It is not al-Qaeda that the Illuminati is threatened by. It's people like me, middleman passing information on from the Highest Circle, from the One who is Reliable and who will indeed build a Global Government: a Theocracy to the shock of the secularists. This reality in itself is sheer torment for the Satanists.
Before you get the idea that I'm proclaiming myself a special agent of God, I need to clarify. I am NOT special. In fact, God can use people extensively who are not even in the Book of Life.
We saw yesterday that the Basques have some Gaul blood at their core. This is new for me. I previously traced the Gauls -- otherwise the "Gali/Galli" -- to the Galli sect of the secret-rites Kabeiri cult. Very likely, the Galli were named after the Halys river, but they were also known as the Dionysus cult. They were occult priests of Kybele, and their Khaldi neighbors should therefore have become the Celts. At times, Celts and Gauls are inter-changeable terms for historians.
I don't know where the core-group of the Galli derived, though I trace the Khaldi to "Chaldee," the Hebrew parts of Babylon. It could be as simple as two similar terms, Galli and Khaldi, created on different occasions from the same Chaldean stock. The Galli may have been the Halybes where the latter are somewhat distinguished from the Khaldi (not all make this distinction).
You'll be hard-pressed to find any information online on the Galli. They are usually described as true eunuchs (i.e. sex organs cut off), though this may have been a misunderstanding, or a short-term practice by a few. Like Dionysus, they were transvestites, and like Hercules and many other mainline gods, homosexuals. In an article claiming the possession of the only piece of Galli jewelry, we find:
"This artifact...instead it is in fact of the mystery cult of the goddess Cybele....This is a silver with mixed resins (possibly with some amber) choker necklace with a phallus pendant that appears to have been worn by a Gallus Priest...There is information contained in miniature art on this piece that suggests that it may in fact have been worn by one of the higher initiates of the Galli Roman priest college, who were apparently known as the Galli Saka (this translates as Gallic Scythians (or Gaulish Scythians)). As of right now this is the only known verifiable piece of Galli jewelry...An engraved inscription shows the name 'Sablia'...if a feminine name then it must have been a name that was only used in the priesthood, it is thought that in public the Galli only used masculine names.
...There are suggestions with this that the Galli in fact were named for the Gallus River in Phrygia"
If one reads on, there is talk of bees and honey in relation to a woman's private part. These were peoples akin to modern "porn stars," the lowest of the low, and it explains why homosexuality has so much political power today. DO NOT BECOME CONVINCED THAT HOMOSEXUALITY IS FINE. God has prepared the fire for these types. Heat they want, heat they will get.
All indications are that the Galli trace back to the Hermes caduceus and therefore the Cadusii peoples that named Hattusa (on the Halys). At Wikipedia's article on the topic, we read: "...galli, the plural of the Latin word for rooster." It also finds similarity between the Galli and "the priests of Atargatis," and mentions "the galloi of the temple of Artemis at Ephesus" as a possible Galli branch. And, "They were regarded as a third gender by contemporary Roman scholars, comparable to transgendered people in the modern world."
The article has a link to the Korybantes peoples of Troy's founding, suggesting that they were of the Galli cult. The term smacks of "Charybdis," the monster of Calabria/Bruttium that was paired with the Scylla monster;at least one of these was depicted with wolf features, the symbol of Artemis and Apollo, and the Khaldi lived amongst the Amazon hub of the Thermodon river...that I think named Trabzon/Trebizond. The frightening thing is, these were homosexuals with the sword of war. Today, they have missiles, and smart bombs.
It's high time to cut these peoples off from the face of this planet. This Creation cries out to eradicate them. They would corrupt your sons and daughters without a qualm. Like wolves they seek your children. They come but to destroy. The Lord is about to make them all lunatics, lost of mind, one pitted against the other. Their empires will fall, and the meek shall inherit the Earth. And they're not going to like it. They'll go underground and arise again after many years (Revelation 20) to a final fate.
To show the side on which the globetrotters are on the Iraqi oil claims:
"The new constitution, approved by Kurdistan's parliament two weeks ago...
The proposed constitution enshrines Kurdish claims to territories and the oil and gas beneath them. But these claims...were supposed to be resolved in talks begun quietly last month between the Iraqi and Kurdish governments, sponsored by the United Nations and backed by the United States. Instead, the Kurdish parliament pushed ahead and passed the constitution, partly as a message that it would resist pressure from the American and Iraqi governments to make concessions.
...The Obama administration, which is gradually withdrawing American troops from Iraq, was surprised and troubled by the Kurdish move. Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., sent to Iraq on July 2 for three days, criticized it in diplomatic and indirect, though unmistakably strong, language as 'not helpful' to the administration's goal of reconciling Iraq's Arabs and Kurds, in an interview with ABC News.
Is Biden's job in Iraq really to make a path of peace between the Arabs and Kurds, or to secure Kurd-region oil for the globetrotters? Is the Obama administration going to be guilty of what the Democrats accused Bush of: being in Iraq for oil?
The article goes on to paint a war-threshold scenario. What choices do Baghdad and the West have if the Kurds maintain their defiance to the point of war? Will the Kurdish government start to sign up Kurdish terrorists groups whose eager fingers are already on their triggers? If not that, won't they lose much of the oil? Apparently, the schism that I've been waiting for, deep enough to cause a Gogi entry, is about to happen. Don't stop reading now. Check in at least once each two weeks, or follow the Iraqi news in some other way.
I'm amazed again on the heraldry front. This very article says: "Mr. Biden said he wanted to discuss the proposed constitution with the Kurdish leadership in person but could not fly to Kurdistan because of sandstorms. Instead he spoke to Kurdish leaders by telephone on [July 7], and Christopher R. Hill, the new ambassador in Baghdad, met with them in Kurdistan on [July 8]." I couldn't recall what the Hill Coat was, and checking it, I saw that there was no way for me to find any link to the Basques in its symbol, a castle, the last time that I checked it several weeks ago.
But today, I recognized the castle; it's the Spanish Moreno-Coat castle exactly, used also by the Hopper surname. I discussed this on June 28, showing that the Clem/Clement Coat is the Italian Marino/Marina Coat, wherefore the Hopper surname should be the importance of the fictional character, Clem Cadiddlehopper.
The Hill write-up implies that the surname was an Anglicized version of "Monte": "First found in Worcestershire, where one line is descended from the De Montes of Castlemorton...land held by Odo de Monte, or Hill..." This was amazing because a minute before reading the sentence, I was wondering whether the Moratin variation of the Moreno surname was connected to "Murton/Mortan" and therefore to the Myrddin (i.e. Merlin) cult of Wales. I don't know if that's true yet, but compare "CastleMORTON" to "Moratin" (!), and that should explain why the Hills use the Moreno castle. The Hills were Morenos, in other words, and therefore likely connected to the Marino-Clement family.
The Spanish Monte surname, first found among the Basques of Spain, use what could be the leaf in the Waller Coat, which, once again, uses a tree symbol in the Crest. There's a small blue/purple object under the tree that I can't make out. I wonder if it's a blue Lab.
I say that because, when one checks the Hillend variation of the Hill surname, an Irish Holohan surname pops up, evoking the Irish Calahan surname that uses a tree with a dog under it. In the previous update, I traced this Calahan surname to the Cully surname, using a half-blue, half-gold Lab under a tree. I implied that the Cully surname, and others such a Kellog and Kala, were in honor of the Gauls/Galli.
The Calahan surname was linked (in the previous update) to the Dougal/Dowell family using the white lion on blue, the symbol of Gascony. I mention this because the Hillend/Holohan Coat uses white lions on blue. There are two lions between a castle, suggesting that this is a Hill-family branch. In fact, there are crescents (Merlin symbol?) under the castle in the Hillend Coat, while the Hill Crest uses a crescent on top of a castle.
My first impression from the Lab symbol is that Gauls (France was their special homeland) were at the root of the Labourds and/or Libournes of Gascony. The French Clement surname was first found next to Libourne in Poiters, and "Clement" should itself derive from a Cully-like term (I think "Colin")...perhaps suffixed with "Monte." As "Wales" can be a variation of "Gaul," so might the Waller surname have Gaul roots (Waller and Monte appear to use the same leaf, walnut leaves I am told by this Waller page, with walnut tree in Crest; the tree sounds like "Waller"). When one searches "Montana," only two Coats come up, the said Monte Coat and an Italian Coat using Zionists stars. Gauls always have to trace back to the Kabeiri-Hebrew cult, the essence of the dragon bloodliners.
I can't believe it. Well, yes I can; it's staring me in the face. At the thought that "Wall(er)" could be a variation of "Gaul," I loaded the Hall Coat to see what I would get. This was AFTER I wrote the paragraph above. The Hall/Hull Coat uses three white Labs!!!
The Dutch Hall Coat is the Clare (a branch of Sinclair Normans that moved to the Welsh border) symbol. Not only this, but the rooster symbol (depicting the Galli, very likely) of the Sinclair Crest suggests that Rollo Normans had merged with Gauls. The German and Swedish Halls use red and gold and are therefore likely linked to the Dutch Halls.
Tha Gall Coat? Two red stars on white (Washington stars?), and a so-called "ermine spot"...that for the first time appears (to me) to be a Freemasonic sex symbol, as per Galli-cult themes. In fact, as we saw that the Galli cult traced back to the coiled serpent of the Hermes caduceus, know if you don't already that the staff around which the serpents were entwined, as well as so-called "hermes temples" of the pagan world, were nothing but the male sex organ. What are we to think about people who worship in these ways? Is "deranged" a strong enough term to describe them? I don't think so. "Dangerous lunatics" would be better.
A variation of the hall surname is "De Aule," smacking of "Degaulle." A variation shown of the latter is "Gole," and when searching for a Gole surname, the Gall Coat pops up...using a MacAul variation. And, finally, I am now able to trace the Kyles (who claim roots in king Cole) to a specific group -- the Gauls -- as per the Cole variation of Gole/Gall. Note the serpent entwined around the staff of an anchor in the Kyle Crest.
Further evidence that Kyles were Goles/Galls is in their locations: the Kyles first found in Aryshire, and the Goles/Galls first found in neighboring Argyllshire. AND, the Kyle Coat uses a singe red star on white, a match with the two red stars on white in the Gole/Gall Coat. The Cole Coat uses a black bull and may or may not be related.
At this point, I was amazed again. I wondered where to go from here, whether back to the news, or more heraldry investigation. I have had two houseofnames browsers open for about a month straight, but I haven't used one of them since I talked on the Anam surname. I left the Anam Coat up on that browser because I had a feeling I'd come back to it soon, as it uses a red saltire on white (the colors reversed from the flag given to Gascony by pope Clement). I don't know what made me go back to the Anam browser just now, but I recalled that there was a surname directly ahead of the Anam page that was related. So I forwarded to it and found two red stars on white on the Anette/Arnott Coat.
I don't know whether I had mentioned the Anette/Arnott surname before, but I was thinking it to be linked to mythical Anat, and was waiting for evidence. It looks like "I" (not I, but the Spirit) just found it.
Noting that the Arnots were First found in the lands of Arnott in the parish of Portmoak, Kinrossshire," I checked for a Moak Coat and got a red crescent on white, a symbol also on the Anette/Arnott Coat. PLUS, the Moak Coat uses a gold rooster (the Sinclair-rooster color), and ermine spots. In fact, there is a single ermine spot in the red crescent, smacking of the single Gall ermine spot. The Anette/Arnott Shield is black and white like the Sinclair Shield.
Before I checked for a Moak Coat, I had checked for a Kinross Coat. I found it to use two crossed swords but thought nothing of it except that the same sword appears to be used in the Annette/Arnot Crest. This was no surprise after finding the Moak link to the Anettes/Arnotts. But what I had read earlier, that the crossed swords were the symbol of mythical Anat (likely the root of the Heneti), didn't dawn on me at first...until I remembered that the Anette/Arnott Coat was being kept at bay for possible future evidence of Anat links. Isn't that wild?
We're about to come full circle to the Wolfin surname here, for as I investigated, I thought to try Arnott-like surnames and found two of them to be related. The Irish Arney surname, which is also the Carney surname, uses what appears to be the same sword between two ermine spots (if they are not technically ermine spots, I'm convinced anyway that they and ermine spots are of the same essence). The English Arnold Coat uses three ermine spots and an ermine-studded chevron, smacking of the Wolfin/Wallin Coat. This is important, for it tends to tie the Wolfins/Wallins to the Halls/Galls (and no doubt the Wells) terms in honor of the Gauls. Yes, for I did trace the wolf symbol back to the Halybes.
Since the Wall(in) surname is also "Wald," it's conspicuous that the Arnold write-up says: "Arnold is an ancient Anglo-Saxon surname that came from the personal name Arnoaldi, which is itself derived from the Frankish name 'Arnuwalda.'" There you go: "Arnold" appears as an Arnu branch of Wallins. What's an arnu? The write-up says "eagle," but such definitions are a dime a dozen.
The German Arnold Coat is the Bouillon Coat. The Italian Arnold Coat uses a wyvern dragon, and while I don't want to repeat that this was a Vere species of dragon, see the English Arness Coat smacking of the Vere Coat. Now see the white stars in the Scottish Weir Coat (known Vere variation), that they are also on the Verne/Laverne Coat, and compare "Verne" with "arnu."
This is said because the German Arnold Coat uses the Bouillon Cross (in the same colors), a three-fingered cross that I discovered to be an Avar symbol (the Arnold write-up even mentions the Avars). But the same cross became a symbol of the Varangians (compare "Varan" with "Avar" and "Verne"). The Bouillon write-up says that the surname was first found in Auvergne (France), a term that could have given rise to the "arnu" of "Arnuwald/Arnold." Compare "Auvergne" with "Varangi."
It was the Auvergne term that made me check for a Laverne Coat, thus finding the three white stars used by Weirs of Moray affiliation. In fact, the Weir write up says that Weirs were "descended from Aubri de Vere," a name smacking of "Auverne."
There's a tree in the Laverne/Verne Coat, a symbol seen multiple times in various Coats belonging to Gauls...so that the underlying implication of "Arnuwald" is an Avar-Gaul alliance. I had seen this tree before because it appears to be decorated with fruit. I might not have found it again except that I decided to look at the Boyle Coat as per the Bouile, Bouylle, and Bouyll variations of "Bouillon," and there was the same tree with the same fruit!
In fact, there are nine fruit on each tree (all in the same locations), suggesting the nine witches of Avalon because the latter place is depicted as an apple orchard. Avallon in France was just to the north of Auvergne. Note what could double as crossed swords in the Boyle Crest.
In the Arness (English) write-up, we read that the surname is derived from "Agnes." The Italian Agnes Coat uses crossed swords, which is conspicuous because the English Arness surname has Aness-and-similar variations, smacking of the Anette variation of the Arnotts. Since the Anette/Arnotts were from Portmoak, while the Moak Coat also uses crosses swords, the Arness/Aness surname must be a match with the Arnott/Anette surname.
It would now appear that the "arnu" (of "ArnuWald") is not from "eagle," but from the Arness variation of "Agnes." The Arness write-up traces the Agnes name to the Greek "hagne," meaning "holy." But the Hagen surname is evoked (think infamous Kenneth Hagen), what looks like a Kagan/Cohen variation. It also looks like a variation of "Hegel/Hagel," said to mean "eagle," suggesting that "arnu," also said to mean "eagle," is a modification from the Hegel>Agnes surname. One can see a similarity in the top-left corner of the Irish Hagen Coat versus the English Hagel Coat, the latter somewhat comparable to the English Arnold Coat and Welsh Wolfin/Wallin Coat (with green wyvern on Crest).
This is important because the German Arnuwald surname should trace the German Wolfins/Wallins/Waldwins to Britain. Since the Obama line to mayor Wolfin of Orsingen strikes me as trace-able to mythical horse symbols of Kent, it may not be coincidental that the Hegels/Hagels were named after Aylesford of Kent. As I've said before, the Ayels Coat is reflective of one half of the German Hegel Coat, and moreover the Ayels surname was after Ayelsford, rooted in an Aegel term.
The Ayels were First found in Kent where they held a family seat from early times as Lords of the manor of Aylesford...This picturesque village is the site of the Battle where the Saxon Commanders, Hengist and Horsa, defeated the British in 455 A.D." There probably were no such men, but both terms are said to mean, "horse," and even the flag of Kent is an upright white horse on red, smacking of the Saxon horse (used also by WestPhalia). Therefore, Hengist and Horsa are mythical terms (perhaps given to men as well) depicting a peoples and/or geography, and "Orsingen" comes to mind, you see. So do the Centaurs.
PLUS, in Wikipedia's Kent article we read that Kent is the location of the The Weald, a forested location with a Germanic name. Might it instead have been named after the Waldwins of Orsingen???
We find in Kent's history that a it was ruled by Odo of Bayeux (half brother of the Conqueror), brother of Robert of Mortain. I of course checked the Mortain Coat to find a red shield with ermines on white, reflecting the Hagel and Wolfin/Wallin Coats. That's probably not a coincidence.
But in earlier Kent history we find what looks like the Basques, who call themselves by "Eusk":
"The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle entry for 455 says that 'Here Hengest and Horsa fought against King Vortigern in the place that is called Aylesford, and his brother Horsa was killed, and after that Hengest and his son Aesc took the kingdom.'"
Ayelsford? I didn't know that Hengest and Horsa were firstly rulers of Ayelsford when I wrote the above on the Orsingen trace to Ayelsford. It works. It's not a minor discovery for those who are interested in Kent history. Apparently, Orsingen's fighters lost badly in war while whatever entity was depicted by Hengest won. Having Aesc for a son suggests that Hengest was a Basque-stock peoples. Seeing that Kent history involves the Wolfins and the Bayeux bee line, note that a Danish Hengest was also mentioned in a poem called "Beowulf."
The Hengest article above tells that the Bunde region of WestPhalia uses two knights (white on red) shaking hands who are said to be Hengest and Horsa. Compare that image with the Bamberg Arms, white knight on red with eagle (Hegel/Ayelsford?) symbol, and then read that Bamberg is situated on the Regnitz river, for: "The extreme west of the modern county [of Kent] was occupied by Iron Age tribes, known as the Regnenses."
I trace both Kent and Heneti-branch Europeans to Anat: the root of the mythical Centaurs.
Why is Obama's military chief (Mullen) now saying that Iran is just one year away from producing a nuclear bomb? Does this have the purpose of beefing up American presence in the Iran theater on behalf of the globetrotters?
There's an online statement without a story: "Military observers and policemen from the UN mission in the Caucasus will complete their withdrawal from the region by the end of the next week, Michele Montas, a spokeswoman for the UN secretary general said." I didn't know anything about this. I'm assuming that the total withdrawal has been scheduled for now for some time, and it seems well-timed for the report of some that Russia was considering an attack on Georgia this July/summer.
However, what has just taken place at the G-8 meeting in L'Aquila (Abruzzo) may de-fuse Russian aggression. I'm of course wondering why the G-8 meet was in Abruzzo, and in a city named after the eagle, but in any case, what kind of leaves are on the one-world currency:
"The Russian leader proudly displayed the coin, which bears the English words 'United Future World Currency', to journalists after the summit wrapped up in the quake-hit Italian town of L'Aquila.
Medvedev said that although the coin, which resembled a Euro and featured the image of five leaves, was just a gift given to leaders it showed that people were beginning to think seriously about a new global currency.
'In all likelihood something similar could appear and it could be held in your hand and used as a means of payment,' he told reporters. 'This is the international currency.'"
In another article that doesn't add anything else: "'This [coin] is a symbol of our unity and our desire to settle such issues jointly,' Medvedev said, adding that the coin had been made in Belgium." He sounds very excited about the Euro-like coin. WHY? It isn't Russian. OR, does he know that one day the one-world currency will reflect a Russian entity? That's what I'm expecting, that Europe pulls Russia into the one-world currency by making a Russian leader the image of the system. It may be in the works already. Why are there articles out today telling that Medvedev in particular unveiled the coin to the world? As I write, multiple angry-sounding thunders are directly above me.
I've found a webpage: http://www.futureworldcurrency.com, and you can see the coin, at:
The Unity in Diversity logo (shown above) uses five stars, perhaps matching the theme of the five leaves (not shown). On the page below, the a photo of a Unity in Diversity coin is shown with what appears to be the American red, white and blue in the background; it's a circular design like the Obama logo. Note that the numeral '1' has five layers. There are five stripes below the "2009".
The following is suspiciously like a Western plot disguised as a Chinese plot:
"A policy paper from the governor of the People's Bank of China also laid out an alternative to the [global] dollar in the form of a special international reserve currency administered by the International Monetary Fund."
It sounds as though the West is to "succumb" to the Chinese plan under certain conditions. At first the West will oppose so that the Western peoples don't suspect that it's a West-globalist scheme. But at some point, the Westerns will accept the Chinese plan under the conditions of blah-blah-blah. Very realistically, we could have a global currency, very soon, accepted by both Russia and China. This has just got to be a Trilateral-Commission job.
On the webpage below, we find that the project involves five continents, but I have a feeling that this is an inferior, for-public-consumption definition of the coin's emphasis on five. :
"...It is therefore our wish to bring to life the project for a common currency, which has been given the provisional names, 'Eurodollar/Dollaeur' (initially), 'United Money', then 'United Future World Currency.
...Trials will be carried out at important international events, aimed at awareness, education and promotion. 'United Money' currency (banknotes and coins) trials will be entrusted to the best international professionals and experts in the appropriate fields...
...This project is driven by a firm belief in the unification and co-existence of different peoples. It aims to promote an increasingly equal distribution of the planet's resources and human intellect."
The website appears to be entitled with the "Laroche" surname, likely a Rockefeller variation. It's claim is that this is about more than money; it includes an Alliance-of-Civilizations theme.
I happened to be doing heraldry work last night (before I came upon this story), and came upon the Hague surname using a rock as Crest. I knew I had seen the rock before when doing an investigation of what I thought were a slew of white and blue Rockefeller-branch Coats (see June 9 for some details). Is it a coincidence that the Hague Coat is white symbol on blue??? Or that the French Rock Coat (white symbol on blue) also uses the rock symbol of the Hague Crest?
The Hague Coat smacks of Moray, but also of Scotland's roots in general in the Shetland region, which used a white cross on blue. Since Medvedev said that the international-currency coin was made in Belgium, the Hague-people are suspect in this plot...that should become the skincode system. I note that the surname and it's variations evoke yesterday's topic on Hagel/Hegel/Hagen.
The Irish Rockford Coat is a white lion on blue, the Dougal/Dowel and Gascony symbol. Recalling that I linked the Dougal surname to the Takala surname from Scandinavia, and then found short Kala-like variations in honor of Gauls, I've noted that the symbol in the Rockford Crest is the same bird found in the Gull/Goll Coat. The bird in the latter is likewise white on blue! (I don't think the bird is a gull, for in the Dutch Gull/Goll Coat, the bird appears to be the footless sparrow.)
Therefore, the Takala surname of LG may prove to be more important than I thought it would: it looks as though linked to Rockefeller families. Recently, I realized that the Kala/Kallaghan surname is short for the Takala>DeGaulle>Dougal surname, and last night I got verification when finding the Gala Coat, using green clovers on white, as does the Dutch Takel Coat (which I'm assuming is the Takala surname). But see too the "Jewish" Feller Coat, white-on-blue (!!) clovers. The English Rock Coat? A green clover (on gold)!
I've just found an English Takel Coat: white symbol (wolf) on blue! "Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the village and lands of Tackley, held by Robert from Earl Hugh [D'Avranches] of Chester..." Tackley is in Oxfordshire. "Tackley has existed since Anglo-Saxon times. After the Norman Conquest of England William the Conqueror granted the manor of Tackley to Hugh d'Avranches, 1st Earl of Chester."
The Kala/Kallaghan Coat is also green and white, by the way, and the Gala surname is from "Gallagher," similar to Kallaghan." Both surnames are Irish, and staring at the list of Takel/Takele/Takeel variations I noticed that "Kelly" may also be a (Ta)Kala variation; I was then thinking of the so-called "kelly green" shade that I think is what's used in the green clovers. Bingo! The Kelly Coat uses white lions on blue, but with a kelly-green wolf in the Crest. The lions are of the sort found in the Dougal Coat, verifying again that Dougal and Takala are in fact family branches.
At first, the castle in the Kelly Coat evoked the Moreno and Hopper castle (which is interesting because it was LG who pointed the CadiddleHopper term to me), but then I saw that it was not the same castle. BUT, no matter, for after trying the Kell surname, I tried for a Killin Coat and, I couldn't believe my eyes: the Moreno castle exactly!! Compare the bottom two rows of the Moreno Castle with the Killin/Gilin castle; they are the same. The Killin castle is in the colors of the Hopper castle.
The Kell Coat uses two red stars, and the surname is therefore likely linked to the red star of the Kyles. I can't recall what made me try the Kahl Coat, but I found one using a half-gold, half-blue shield with as half-blue-half gold griffin, which reminded me of the half blue, half gold Lab in the Cully Crest. But the Kahl variations caused me to try the Kahill Coat...to find it using the Kyle Crest exactly!
The Kahill Coat uses a black whale on blue and white shield, and later last night, when trying the Toll Coat, I came upon the same symbol, but a white whale on blue shield. The Toll surname is more-properly Dol/Dole but also shows "Dohl"...that I think is a Dougal variation.
Convinced that the Takala surname is a variation of Dougal/Dowel, I tried the Duval Coat and found white-on-blue crescents (Hague symbol), and an anchor. Keeping in mind that anything with white-on-blue and connected to Takala variations are suspect as Rockefeller branches, see the Irish Davis Coat: green clovers on white, the Gala and Takel symbols. Obama's true father is a Davis, and he worked for the Rockefellers. I should say that no variations are shown in the Irish-Davis page; it could possibly be a variation of "Duval."
As a member of LG's family decided to change his Takala surname to Gust---, it's suspected that the two names were somehow related. The Gus/Gess Coat could lend some evidence to this, for it uses red stars (the Washington stars, I'm sure) on gold, as does the Kell/Kelle Coat. Moreover, as Dougals and Gascony both use a white lion on blue, the Gus/Gust link to Takala seems more evident. Today, I found the duckling/gosling symbol of the Gus/Gast/Gascony Coat in the Devon/Deven Coat.
Some variations shown are Devanay and Deveney, smacking of the Dewey surname (like "Dow" of the Dowels). The latter was was first in Devonshire( Wassas were first in Cornwall), and appears named after Devon elements, but "This family was originally from Douai, near Lille, Normandy..." This Douai location could possibly be the Gascogne link to the Dowel/Dougal surname. I happened to try for a Doug Coat at this point but accidentally entered "Dog" to find cinquefoils; the Dewey Coat uses cinquefoils too.
The Dog surname is also "Doag" and "Doak," but the Coat is a white chevron on red, the reverse of the Swedish Gust Shield! Here we are now among the Wassa/Washington colors, but, the exclamatory point is, assuming that Doag/Dog are the root of the Dougals, it's a Takala branch using the same symbol, in reversed colors, of the Gust surname.
The Takala surname was not only shortened to Kala-like terms, but to Tack-like terms (the Doag/Doak surname may be one of them). The Tack Coat uses a garb, symbol of Gascony, but the write-up traces it to the red and white Tancred surname...using a red chevron on white!! It would appear that Tancreds, and their Tankerville relatives, were merged with Doags/Doaks.
After writing that, I checked the Tankerville Coat (having forgotten its symbol), and found it to use white cinquefoils on red (!!), the colors reversed from the Doag/Doak cinquefoils. What "luck" today that I accidentally typed "Dog" instead of "Doug." No Doug Coat shows up (!!!), and none of this would have been made known.
As for the cinquefoils we see, recall that Hastings was a chief "Cinque Port" city -- and keep in mind the five leaves (= "cinquefoil") in the united world currency -- and compare the Hastings Coat to the Tickil/Tickle Coat. Except for the latter's red and white colors, the Coats are identical, though I don't know what the symbol is. The Tickil write-up: "First found in Yorkshire where they were anciently seated as Lords of the manor of Tickhill..."
The white-on-red Doag cinquefoils match the Liecester cinquefoil. The 'M' symbol in the Hastings Coat was from the Arms of Huntingdon, where the Hastings surname ruled before arriving to Liecester.
The Wikipedia article on the topic writes that the 16th century earls of Huntingdon, having the Hastings surname, "represented Derbyshire and Leicestershire in the House of Commons and served as Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland and Leicestershire." The flag of Liecester (from webpage below)had the same 'M' symbol for that reason.
BUT, NOW, we can trace the red and white of Liecester to the Tichil surname -- that should be the Takala surname -- because it too uses the Hastings 'M'. If you've been reading me extensively, you may know that I trace the Rodham Coat (using white cinquefoil on red) to the Rutland location of Leicester, BUT now I have evidence of an Obama>Randolph link to Rutland, for the red-cross-on-white Dakin Coat uses the Scottish Randolph Shield in reversed.
There are multiple points of interest to make here. First, the Dakin surname sounds like a possible Tack/Tancred variation that was indeed at Leicester (as we saw above). Second point: the Dakin surname was First found in Rutland! Third point: the Leicester webpage above shows a horseshoe symbol, seen also on the Randolph Coat. Fourth point: the Dakin Coat uses red lions, a symbol in the Leicester Arms. Fifth point: the flag of Liecester uses a red and white Rake, possibly linking to the rake or "dancette" of the English Randolph Coat. Sixth point: the Dakin surname has Daiken and Deake variations that look like the white-cinquefoils Doug/Doak surname.
The biggest point: the Dakin surname is said to mean "kin of David." The Randolphs of Moray were very close to David I, and in fact the Randolph surname has been traced by others to David I. Huntingdon was ruled by David's immediate bloodline! The surname of Obama's true father, Frank Marshall Davis, may have been named after David I. By the way, when one searches "Dagan," that Dakin page pops up.
MORE. The Welsh Davis Coat is red and white, and uses a black lion, a Wells symbol. We have traced the Wells to the Wolfin/Wallin bloodline of Obama, and then we even saw a trace of the latter to the Randolphs. Now see that the Welsh Davis Coat is a near-copy of the Welsh Wallin Coat.
More. Take a look at the Swedish Wallin Coat: clovers, the symbol of the Gala and Takel Coats, BUT, the Irish Davis Coat also uses clovers.
Noting the axe in the Dakin Crest, see axes all over the Daw Coat, and know that "Daw/Dawes" is said to mean, "son of David." Noting that the Wallin clovers are gold on red, see the gold clovers on red in the Dabb Coat, a surname I looked up just now because I was looking for "Daw" variations! (The Dabbs were more properly the Dawbers.)
Finally, in considering all of this, shouldn't "Hast(ings)" be linked to "Gust/Gast"? The English Gaston Coat is filled with red and white Hohen checks, the colors of the Gust Coat.
The back of the Unity Coin, showing the five leaves, can be seen at:
If you're interested in a conspiracy theory of great weight, see the article below, claiming that Obama-circle globalists are seeking to murder Americans via forced vaccinations to the swine flu. It could be true, though I don't think the entire U.S. population is the target. It won't necessarily succeed, but we appear on the threshold of forced vaccinations coming straight ahead this winter, or, if unsuccessful, we may hear about it again next year.
Seeing the resemblance of Frank Marshall Davis to Obama, I was convinced immediately, in light of what admission has surfaced, that Davis is the true father. This admission, by the Obama people, is that the "Frank" (no surname given) in Obama's book, Dreams of My Father, is Frank Davis:
"A rebuttal to The Obama Nation released by Obama's presidential campaign, titled Unfit for Publication, confirms that 'Frank' was, in fact, Frank Marshall Davis, but disputes claims made about the nature of their relationship."
There are legal movements trying to unveil this via exposure of Obama's original birth certificate. The article below claims that Obama rushed to the bedside death of his grandmother to assure that she would not spill the beans:
"'Madelyn Dunham is the last surviving person who knows the truth about the switch. That is why as we closed in on Dunham, Obama went ballistic, cancelled his campaign and came to Hawaii to head us off.'"
Frank Davis, a writer with pro-Communist and pro-Black issues, had dreams, big dreams:
"'Dreams From My Father' bears no connection to dreams from Barack Obama [Senior]; there were none. It was Frank Marshall Davis who communicated his dreams to his secret son."
I wouldn't say that Mr. Obama had no dreams, and for all we know he too could have been a climbing pawn on the globalist ladder (I suspect that Obama's mother was such a pawn). But the point is well made that Obama's book has a theme with Frank at ground zero. This matters. It firstly does not sweep Obama's love for Islam aside, for Obama may have been led (by his mother et al) to believe into his 20s that his father was a Muslim. It secondly explains why Obama is a socialist and probably an anti-American president. It thirdly explains how Obama got to be part of Rockefeller circles. It fourthly exposes his underlying practice of deception.
We now watch his statements in regards to the global economy and its chains to the International Monetary Fund. We watch his attitude on the one-world global currency. The world was witness yesterday that he wants Africa in on the global scheme. His globetrotter job is to unite the world: Africa with the Muslims with Russia with Europe. It may be that America is a target of his Euro-peers, a target that is being shot for extreme changes in the way it operates and thinks. The stubborn Christians will need to be suppressed, and Obama should therefore show signs of betraying his own religious persuasion.
No sooner are the Americans out of Iraqi cities that we find the headline: "Obama warns of long Afghan battle." I believe that it was Obama, not vice versa, who launched an attack on the Taliban not many days ago. At the time I thought it was unusual. I suppose to justify troop presence, one only needs to start a skirmish. In any case, Americans should be in the Middle East for the duration of the Tribulation period...if it spans the next decade:
"...the U.S. military reported the number of roadside bombs in Afghanistan last month was nearly three times the figure for Iraq.
The attacks served as a grim reminder that the bloody conflict is widening, even as thousands of U.S. troops are being sent to Afghanistan to try to turn the tide against the Taliban-led insurgency..."
General WhiteWash-ington, are you absolutely sure that you should cross the Afghanaware river into the great unknown?
Mr. Times, this is the time.
But why now? Is it because you have no place to send the soldiers in Iraq?
Mr. Times, please don't repeat that in the press. It's a lie. We want into Afghanistan for noble purposes. Independence, Freedom, Democracy, and a foothold into the Middle East as solid as Mount Rushmore.
But that's what Bush said he wanted in Iraq, and yet you didn't stand behind him there.
That's because I work for the new Precedent. He says, "Out of Iraq, into Afghanistan, come Hell or High Water."
And you're not going to question that Precedent?
I did already question him, to his face. I said, "Mr. Precedent, am I going to be well rewarded for my loyalty in this dirt-bag mission?"
And what was the reward that he agreed to?
Just for starters, I get my picture on the new Dolleuro if I prevent his assessination.
You mean, "assassination"?
No. He said he said he could get assessinated without my help.
What does that mean, please, general WhiteWash?
It's his fancy term for the next election. Americans will assess whether he should continue as leader on the basis of his Afghan mission, and it's my special job to make it look good.
What do you plan on doing in Afghanistan, then, sir, with your revolutionary forces?
I'm gonna wash my horse, and they're gonna wash their horses, and then in the evening we're gonna attack dinner. Night after night, new jerky. We just gotta make it look good, "make a lot of noise," says the New Precedent.
The bottom line, please, sir. Are you going to win this war against the Death-Tally Band?
Hell no. You just don't seem to understand the New Precedent, do you?
But aren't you assuring his assessination by losing the war?
Mr. Times, you just don't seem to understand. It's your job to make it look like we're winning.
And what do I get for my loyalty in this dirt-bag mission?
Mr. Roundtable says he'll rescue you from Chapter 11.
There's a big celebration in Turkey:
"Ankara sent an invitation to Russia for the multinational [Nabucco] summit but has received no response so far, said officials.
Aimed at breaking Russia's monopoly over natural gas supplies, Nabucco will transport..."
The Russians are not happy about this party.
Yesterday was the first time that I mentioned the Kelly surname (looks like a Dougal branch), and today I came across an Obama-circle Ian Kelly:
"But US State Department spokesman Ian Kelly said the report was 'inaccurate' and that Washington stood by its position that all [Israeli] settlement activity must end as outlined in the peace process with Palestinians."
I don't find "Ian Kelly" anywhere in my files; it's the first time I've mentioned him. And here we have him involved on the Israeli issue. Since the Kelly surname, likely from "Takele," was found to be linked to red-and-white Takala branches such as Wolfin and Rodham (the Coats of the latter two are a near match), isn't it conspicuous that Ian Kelly is a spokesman for the State Department headed by Hillary Rodham?
Since "Takel" has a Takeel variation, I sought and found the Keel Coat, using a black and white quartered Coat, probably a match with the Caley Shield. As the Keel design shows a castle-like border, it likely links to the black and white Killin Coat using the Moreno castle shared by the black and white Hopper Coat which then links back to the black and white Clem Coat design (the other Clem colors, red and gold, match the Moreno Colors).
In short, the Keel surname, because it's black border is similar to the Clem design, may mean that "Keel" et all are at the foundation of the Columbus term in "Washington DC(olombia)" (I'm assuming that "Clem" and "Columbia" are the same basic families). I'm investigating, that is, whether the Takala/Dougal branches are the places to look to for Columbia roots. There is some preliminary evidence in a comparison of the Kell Coat, using (two) red stars on gold that may be a color-reversal match with the (three) gold stars on red in the Columb(us) Coat. The Clem Coat uses three gold roundels on red.
The red lion of the Kell Coat could be a Columb(us) symbol, for as the French Clement surname was first found in Pictone-founded Poiters, we then find that the Coul surname was Pictish. The Columb surname, you see, is listed first of all as "Coulombe," with other such variations shown (including "Coulon"). This is why I suggest that the Couls, using a red lion, may have passed their lion to Columbus branches such as the Kells.
I always tie proto-Picts to the Khaldi of the Trabzon region, where there was a Pyxites river. The Caledonian Picts are identified by me as the Khaldi>Celt evolution. Therefore, as I see the Keld variation of the Kell surname, I'm interested, especially as I've already traced Kell and similar terms to the Gauls (= Celts by another name).
It is my belief that the dragon cult of interest to us in northern Scotland was revealed by JJ Tolkien when he used a "Melkor" code to identify his "Orc" peoples...of what I discovered to be northern Scotland, and therefore the Celts of the Orkneys. For Tolkien was disguising Meleager of Greek myth, the ruler of Greek Cayldon. That is, the Caledonians (living in extreme-northern Scotland) were viewed by Tolkien as stemming from Meleager's Calydonia.
Now the Coul surname is also "Cowl" and "Cowell," and this brought to mind the Cobble/Cobel surname mentioned recently (on a totally different topic). As the Cobble surname is a red chevron on white, it evokes the same symbol of the Sparre surname that came from Sweden to northern Scotland. Yesterday, I was able to show evidence that the Gust surname red-chevron-on-white too) was linked to some Takala/Dougal branches, especially the white-chevron-on-red of the Doags/Doaks. Recalling that the Tekel and Gala surnames use green clovers on white, I can now add another surname to the growing list of branches, for the Irish Cullen Coat uses green clovers on white, in particular on the white chevron on red.
PLUS, as the Takala family ought to trace to Gascony's garb symbol (as per the garb in the Tack Coat), so we see that the central symbol of the Cullen Coat is a wheat garb. The Tack surname is linked, by the Tack write-up, to the red-chevron-on-white Tancred surname, and while I didn't know yesterday what sort of tree is in the Tancred Crest, thanks to Tim who shared a heraldry website that describes the symbols, I can now affirm that it's "an olive tree fructed."
Typically, an olive-branch is shown together with a dove, the symbol of Columbia. Variations shown of the Cullen surname have many Cul, and a few Col versions, but no "Coul" variations are shown. Still, a Coul/Coulomb link might yet exist. Cullen variations include Collin and Colen, while the Collin-Coat page shows Caullins, Caulling, and Caullis variations.
The French Colin Coat smacks of the design used by Amerike and the Babels: blue and white vertical bars. Recalling that the German Babels use Melusine, note Melusine in the Cullen Crest. I repeat a theory that the Clements, because they showed links to Drummonds, trace to king Cuilen who replaced Dub mac Mail Coluim. Is it a coincidence that "The original Gaelic form of the name Cullen is Mac Cuilinn or O Cuilinn..."?
I suppose that while Clement traces to Cuilen, the Columbus surname might trace to Coluim. Another clue is that the Cullen write-up tells of derivation in holly (the plant), and indeed when one searches "Holly," the Cullen Coat pops up. The English Holly Coat uses a white Lab, and this then reveals that the Hull Coat and (distinct) Hall Coat, both using white Labs, are related to the Cullens/Hollys. The Lab in the Hull Crest is said to be between two laurel branches," the symbol of Daphne and sometimes of Apollo.
I should add that the Cullen/Holly page claims the surname to be Flemish. If this tends to reveal the Flemings as a Gaul peoples, it's the first time the idea has come to me. When one searches "Haul" (assumed Gaul variation), all three Hall Coats come up. However, when one tries "Houl" (a Coul variation), a Welsh Howel Coat comes up that smacks of "Cowel," a Coul variation. This is good, very good, because the English Clement surname was first found in Wales.
One needs to search "Colomb" to find the Spanish Coat (using dove with olive branch) and the Scottish Coat with Colum variation. That's not a bad match with Dub mac Mail Coluim. Since I identified "Giric" of Dub Coluim and/or Coulin affiliation as George (proto-Drummond) the Hungarian Arpad, it should explain why the Scottish Colum/Colomb Coat uses stags (Arpad symbols).
The gold stars in that Coat should match the gold stars in the French Colomb Coat (using doves as well, apparently). The Scottish Colomb have the stars on blue only because the shield uses a blue saltire on white, colors reversed from the Scottish flag...which flag is called, "Andrew's Cross" (George was the son of Hungarian king Andrew I).
I have suspected for years that Flemings derived from the Mures-river Khazars, but this idea was independent of the claim at Wikipedia that the Hungarian Arpads trace to the same Mures-river Khazars, called "Marot." I now find evidence that the Columbs/Colombs trace both to the Arpads and to the Flemings. The reason for tracing the Flemings to the Khazars is due to the Biggar-branch Flemings of Scotland, which name I imagined to be from "Biharia" (Transylvania border with Hungary, near the Mures).
In any case, as evidence of a Biggar link to the Columbs, the Scottish Biggar Coat uses a blue diagonal band (on white) that could match with the same in the French Colin Coat, which band may be a "short version" of the blue saltire (on white) in the Scottish Colomb/Colum Coat (= Coat with stags leading back to the Arpads). But the Biggar Coat also uses three red stars on white, perhaps borrowed from Scottish Coll Coat.
There are a significant number of castles turned up in the Columb investigation. The last three have all been white on blue. For example, the latest, found immediately after writing the paragraph above (because "Aul" is a Coll variation), is found on the French Aul Coat. Another was on the Scottish McLeod Coat, found because the Scottish Colomb/Colum write-up says:
"In the mountains of Scotland's west coast and on the Hebrides islands, the ancestors of the Colomb family were born. Their name comes from the Scottish name MacCallum...The Callums were an import branch of the clan McLeod of Raasay."
The third white castle (sitting) on a blue shield is in the Arms of Oradea, that place being the capital of the Bihor county after which Baharia (or vice versa) is named. As you can see, the colors of Bihor and Oradea are red and blue, the colors found in the Biggar Coat. But (unlike the Biggar Coat), the red and blue of the Oradea Arms constitute the colors of the Shield's background, the same as in the French Columb Coat. The colors of the symbols in the Oradea Arms are white and gold, the colors of the symbols in the French Columb Coat. Coincidence?
The Welsh Howels/Houls, a surname to which I traced the Coul/Cowel surname (of Picts) that I think is at the root of "Coulumb," also uses white castles. Coincidence? The Coul/Cowel Crest uses a book, as does the Oradea Arms. The colors of the Coul Coat are red and white, the colors of the Flemings.
Let's go back to the Hopper castle (as it should relate to the Clem/Clement surname as per Clem KadiddleHopper). It's the Moreno castle, and the latter surname has a Moratin variation. I showed that the Hill Coat uses the same castle, and that the Hill write-up traces "Hill" to "Monte," specifically to "the De Montes of Castlemorton." Both Morton Coats are red and white, the Fleming colors, but I suspect that the names trace to Myrddin of Wales. As I hypothesized earlier in this update that "Clement" could be a Colin-Monte combination, so I tried, only now, for a Clemonte Coat...and the Welsh Clement Coat, out of five possible Clement Coats, was the only on to show. This is the Coat using the Marino symbol.
I kid you not. While I was writing the last sentence in the paragraph above, I was waiting for the Marten Coat page to load (I tried "Marthen" but no luck): A white castle on blue!! I tried the Marthen name as per Carmarthen, the Welsh city after which Myrddin (i.e. mythical Merlin) was supposedly named.
PLUS, the Marten surname was first found in Gascony. By this time I knew, and was about to inform (in case you missed it) that the French Aul surname, also using a white castle on blue, was first found in Gascony!
This gets better, assuring an Aul link to Marten. In the French Aul write-up, we find that the surname was "Hault" in Anvers. The German Aul/Ault Crest uses a gold lion, as does the German Martin Coat, BUT a gold lion is a symbol in the Oradea Arms! The white-winged angel in the Oradea Arms may then match the white-winged face in the Scottish Ault/Auld Crest.
A clue to the link is in the Marten write-up: "First found in Oldenburg in Lower Saxony..." I saw "Auld" in "Olden" (in fact, it was anciently "Aldenburg") and so tried for an Olden Coat, getting one (with Alden variation) using a gold lion in the crest and obvious similarity with the Scottish Auld Coat. PLUS, the German Fleming surname was "First found in Lower Saxony."
Is there evidence of an Oldenburg connection to Biharia/Oradea? Aside from the castle (in Moreno-castle colors) in the Oldenburg Arms, the flag of Oldenburg county is red and blue, the colors of Biharia and Oradea.
The Aul variation of the Aults/Aulds of Oldenburg/Aldenburg can also be traced to the Hauly/Hawly surname of Cornwall, for the Hauly Coat uses a distinct wave on its cross that perfectly reflects the German Aul/Ault Coat. The Scottish Aule/Haul Coat is the Hall Coat using three white Labs, which should then reveal that the Hulls were likewise from Oldenburg.
But there's more. The Dutch Haul Coat (albeit no variations are shown) is in the (red on gold) colors of the Oldenburg castle, but since the Coat is the red triple chevron symbol (no longer shown by houseofnames.com) of the Dutch Burgs/Burghs (I saw this many times with my own eyes and know it to be true because I had married the Dutch Burg surname), it may reveal that the Burgs are named after Oldenburg in particular. That's not the big point though.
The point is that the triple chevron symbol was passed on to the Clares when Herlwin of Conteville married the mother of William the Conqueror, a Claro, for Herlwin was a Burgo:
John de Burgo CONTEVILLE, Earl of Comyn, Baron of Tonsburgh (Tourborough) in Normandy, general of the Norman duke's forces and governor of his chief towns, hence the family name de Burgo, or Burgh...Children: 1. Herlwin de Burgh de CONTEVILLE b. abt 1000/01, d. c 1066
Is it a coincidence that the Sinclairs/Claros used a stag as symbol (the Clare Crest shows one) while the Dutch Haul Coat shows three stags surrounding the Burg/Clare symbol? In the Scottish Haul/Hall/Aul-Coat page we read: "The Haul family is directly descended from Earl Fitzwilliam..." I'm not sure whether this refers to a son of the Conqueror, but if so, the black and white colors of the Coat should be the colors of the Sinclairs.
Having said that, compare the Sinclair Cross to the Hauly Cross: a near-perfect match in design! Plus, as the Hall-like surnames had been traced to Gauls/Galli the symbol of whom should be the galina=chicken, note the rooster in the Sinclair Crest. Possibly for the first time ever, the Sinclairs are herein being traced to an Oldenburg stock of Biharians from Oradea.
The Sinclairs are a huge and "holy" subject among some Anglican occult. I'm going on to fill in some more dots so that the world can know where the Sinclairs derive. The same place as the Bruces. I didn't know this before, but the Bruces and the Sinclairs are both from Oradea. I had traced Bruces earlier to Bradd/Bratt/Pratt surname, and assumed it to derive from PodeBrady, but now I see an alternative, though not necessarily contradictory. Oradea is "Varad" to the Germans and Hungarians, and "Varat" to the Turks. When we check the Bratt Coat, a white lion on blue, evocative of the white castle on blue in the French Aul Coat, but the reverse of the blue Bruce lion on white. The Bratts were first found in Edinburghshire, evoking Roslin (six miles from Edinburgh), the home of the Scottish Sinclairs.
The English Hallen surname is listed under Hallam branches, using a blue lion on white, and also because it was first found in Hallam of Yorkshire, it is likely an Aul branch merged with Bruces.
Then we have the German Bratt Coat, a white anchor on blue...wherefore it's likely a branch of the Scottish Bratts. Then we have the Belgian Pratts using the Scottish Bruce symbol.
I've repeated many times that the Bruces and even the Arms of Normandy, two gold lions on red, are linked to the same in the Abreu/Abruzzo Coat, but I've never known where the white castle of the Abreu Coat originated. Now I think it can be traced to the white castle of the Aul surname and/or to the Crest of the Oradea Arms. On the one hand, a gold lion is a symbol of Oradea, and a variation of the Abreu surname was Bruzi/Bruzzi (Bruces were "Brusi"), a term easily modifying to/from Bratt/Bradd or Varad (= Oradea). On the other hand, the colors of Oldenburg (origin of the Auls) are red and gold, though these are also the colors of the Pratt-branch Bruces...of Bruges, Belgium (another Bruce variation shown is "Bruys," like "Bruges").
But what I am now going to report, thanks to all the above, is astounding, for a variation of the Alden surname is "Aldwin," smacking of "Waldwin," and suggesting the possibility that the Wolfin/Wallin/Waldwin surname to which Obama traces was from Aldenburg=Oldenburg. This is not the largest point to make, but as evidence for the possibility, the English Alden Coat uses a red and white shield with ermines on the white, as does the Wolfin/Waldwin Coat.
Now, BEHOLD, my previous work is about to pay off. I had already made a sound-alike link between "Waldwin" and "Baldwin," but that may have been before I had much clue that Waldwins traced to the Flemings. The Baldwins were counts of Flanders, you see, so that what we have here is evidence that Baldwins trace to "Alden(burg)", which then tends to reinforce the theory that Flemings were Biharians because I'm in the throes of making a sound Oradea link to Oldenburg.
I don't think I've ever shown the Baldwin Coat. It's a black saltire on white, a possible Sinclair-Cross variation, but more importantly here, the Baldwin Crest uses a green wyvern, the symbol, in the same color, in the Waldwin Crest.
I'm amazed that I did not find this before, when I suggested the Waldwin=Baldwin equation in the previous update. But there you have the evidence. Obama traces, through his mother's Dunham line, back to the Flemish Baldwins, the core Templars.
I've not so much as considered the white castle upon which the Waldwin wyvern sits, until now. I had no idea until the last paragraphs that today's subject would discover Waldwin origins. I don't think I've ever gone to 6 pm on an update, but today, it was more like 6:30 (15 minutes ago) when the topic turned to Waldwin. All my work on the dragon cult was to show that Obama, Hillary Rodham, and many others in the Obama circle of rulers, trace to these bloodlines.
Keep in mind that Waldwins claim to descend from king Arthur's sister, and that I have identified Arthur in multiple ways as depiction for a Slav-Rus bloodline (from the (C)Halybes). Firstly, Slavs proper likely originate in TransSYLVania (= location of Biharia/Oradea). Secondly, I trace Oradea and its near neighbor, Arad, to Rus origins in Arvad/Arpad of Syria, known as Arados to the Greeks. Note the similarity between "Varad" and "Arvad."
The Aldin surname also has an Auden variation, and while Odin comes to mind, I think more of Autun, France. For I link Nibelungs with Autun, who are known to have ruled at the Vexin (Normandy), near the Abreu branch at Evreux. Plus, the Clare-Coat page claims that the surname was from Clere in the Vexin (which term I suspect as root to "viking").
I've noted that the Eden Coat is in the (red and gold) colors of Clare, Normandy and Abreu, and uses the gold garb on red used also (i.e. in the same colors) by Gascony. That's just the first clue that Edens were linked to Washingtons, for the German Eden/Aeden Coat uses three red stars on white, the Washington-Coat symbol. I wrestled, and wasn't going to mention this possible link of Edens to Audens (= Alden variation), but no sooner did I decide to jot it down that the tiny Shield in the Arms of Oldenburg entered my head, for I had seen it earlier, though it struck me only now as being a red and gold version of the Washington-Coat red and white bars.
By the way, Tim informed me that the bird in the Washington crest is a raven!! See verification. What excellent timing that I should open that email last night, for here I am showing the Washingtons to be from the Sinclair vikings while the raven was a symbol of north-Scotland vikings. I had traced the raven to Stirgud the Stout, and meanwhile the stork (i.e. like "Stirgud") was symbol of Oettingen (Germany)...which showed links to the Odin surname.
I've just come to the point in this paragraph due to the last point above, that because the Odin surname is said to be descended from "Count Odo who was also ancestor of the Counts of Aumale and the Lords of Holderness," chances are that Holderness is an Oldenburg entity.
The Aumale Coat (surname also "Aubemale") shows the colors of Oldenburg but also what appears to be a variation of the Wolfin/Waldwin Coat...the surname of which has already been traced to Oldenburg. It would appear, therefore, from the Aumale write-up -- "the surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Holderness') -- that Waldwins were from Holderness as well. The Holder Coat looks like the makings of the English Randolph Coat (!), an important point for verifying what I've already shown, that Waldwins and Randolphs (two important Obama bloodlines through his mother) merged.
The Holder write-up verifies that the surname, and therefore likely Holderness as well, traces to Aldenburg: "The [Holder] surname holder originally derived from the Old English word Haldan."
The Odins and the Aumales were both first found in Yorkshire, and both use red and white Coats with a dab of gold symbolism. The English Edens were nearby in Durham, but because the place was "Dunholme" at first, it may have been named by its Eden clans. Remember, the Randolphs are traced by me to Ranolf (de Meschines) of Dunholme as they moved to Dunham Masci, and it is in this theater that Obama's mother, a Dunham, should trace. The other/Scottish Randolph Coat is a white cross on red shield, the colors of the Oettingen Arms: the white saltire on red.
This is very good, for as the Eden Coat uses garbs in the colors of Gascony, the red saltire was the flag of Gascony. It would therefore appear that Obama links back to Odin elements on both, his Dunham line to Randolphs, and his line to Waldwins. Washington elements seem to flirt with these lines. This must be why Obama is a president of America today.
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