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June 16 - 19

Gog is Still Being Shy

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June 16

There's absolutely nothing to say about Netanyahu's speech Sunday. The story is here:

While Obama didn't want to cause waves at the speech, Jimmy Carter has decided to flaunt his love for Hamas right in front of Israel:

"The former US president Jimmy Carter will visit Gaza for a rare meeting with senior Hamas officials following his criticism of a key speech by Israel's prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, on Sunday night."

Carter is clearly not going away from this issue unless Obama makes the request. Carter actually lamented Netanyahu because "he demands that the Palestinians and the Arabs recognize Israel as a Jewish state, although 20% of its citizens here are not Jews. This is a new demand." What does the population type of Israel have to do with whether or not Palestinians publicly accept Israel's right exist?? He clearly thinks that Palestinians, under the circumstances of Arabs refusing to accept Israel's statehood, should be given a state within what is now Israel. That's why he's a nut. He's fast become Israel's worst Western enemy.

Here it comes:

"The Huffington Post has published an article that literally names evangelical Christianity as the primary source of domestic terrorism in the United States and that calls on the Secret Service and the FBI to investigate and 'infiltrate' pro-life and evangelical Christian groups. Frank Schaeffer, a New York Times best-selling author, posted an article on Huffington Post on June 10th entitled: 'Understanding Domestic Terror USA -- It's About the Twisted Theology Stupid!' The statements that Schaeffer makes about evangelical Christians in that article are absolutely chilling. In fact, there are reminiscent of the types of statement the Nazis would make about groups they sought to demonize in the 1930s."

The Schaeffer Coat was seen yesterday when on the Bode topic. It's the French Bode/Baux/Baud Coat. I'm not sure whether the French surname is linked to the German Bodes, but we do see that Schaeffers were first in Hesse/Bavaria. Believe me when I tell you that I had found the symbols yesterday (as soon as I ended the update) of the Chaffer Coat in such a way that shocked me...because they proved recent theories. I wasn't going to talk about it today, but now I need to. Here's what happened.

I closed yesterday on the Trevick surname. I read this:

"However, the village of Treaeake [a Trevethick variation from which "Trevick" derives] was held by Thurstan who was under-tenant to Count of Mortain at the time of the taking of the Domesday Book in 1086 and conjecturally, the family name may also be descended from Thurstan."

At first the Thurstan name was totally ignored because I was focused on "Mortain" being like "Myrddin" = mythical Merlin. After all, the Trevick surname was in Cornwall...near southern Wales, where Merlin's people lived. Then I saw that the Thurston Coat uses the Traby symbol: three bugles = goat horns! To this, add that the Treby surname was first found in Devonshire, and that the Treby Coat uses the Thurston colors.

This was just the half of the discovery, that Pollocks (using three bugles) trace to the Trevick surname of Cornwall and/or to one or both of the men mentioned above, Mortain and Thurston. The Murton surname belongs to one of the parent's of the Pollock I correspond with on porphyry. We again see the possibility that her bloodlines trace to Traby, now closer to home in Britain.

I tried for a Mortain Coat and got the same type of goat used by Trevick, no surprise, but it does verify that the Mortaine surname traces to the Trevethick location. One variation was "Morten," no surprise again, but convincing me all the more that Murtons could trace here. Keep in mind that the Trevicks use a mountain goat similar to the Schaefer ram.

The Mortain-Coat page gives Martin and Merton as variations, but no Murton. There is a distinct Murton Coat (has Merton/Merten variation), BUT we find that Murtons were "First found in Devonshire [Cornwall] where they were seated as Lords of the manor of Mertone from early times." It's hard to believe that Murtons don't link to Merton's, in other words, and therefore to Mortens. This is very important if the "royal disease" in my Pollock friend is to trace to the Mortains of Trevick.

At this point, I looked up the Marlin variation of Merlin. AMAZING!! The Marlin Coat (surname also "Marland") uses what should be the white-wave-on-red of the Jewish Pollock Coat. And it uses the same black birds (not crows) mentioned days ago, used by the Rutherford Coat (and Colin Coat).

The birds are used also by the Chaffer Coat. The Marlin link to Chaffer is hardened by the fact that both were first found recorded in Lancashire. This was not discovered until all the above had been found, BEFORE I knew I was going to open the article on Schaeffer's Christian persecution. What group does Schaeffer represent? The horizontal birds were discovered (in the May 5 update) to belong to the English Covert Coat and the Cobbs Coat; both the Cobbs and Coverts were first found in Sussex. Compare "Covert" with "Schaeffer/Chaffer."

The Chaffer Coat also uses the eight-pointed stars used by the Rothstein/Rothschild Coat, this fitting with the Rothe trace to the Staple-branch Stewarts mentioned yesterday; the Staples were in Staple Hill in Somerset near Devonshire. The Pollock trace to Devon works for that reason as well (Pollocks were earls of Rothes), but we can also see that the Chaffer Coat uses a white diagonal band that is almost wavy, this perhaps being a variation of the white Marlin wavy band (because Marlins also used the Chaffer birds).

But if Marlin links to Chaffer, then, for the same reason, the Pollocks link to Chaffer. We know Pollocks linked to Rothes, but now we also suspect that Pollocks linked to Rutherford/Rotherford because that surname too uses the black (Chaffer) birds. In fact, the Rothes may have been Rutherfords. This is important, because the main surname that Pollocks are known to have been linked to was Maxwell. In the Rutherford write-up: "The Rotherford family lived in the Parish of Maxton, where Rutherford was a town, near Roxburghshire." Maxton? Rother(ford)? These are the two entities that Pollocks are known to have merged with in earliest recorded history.

Note the horizontal bird in the Rotherford Crest!! I just noticed it. Could that horizontal bird be the black birds under discussion??? They look like sparrows today.

I don't know whether Marlin/Marland traces to the Merlin cult, but I did venture to theorize some days ago that "Murton" traced to the "Myrddin" representation of Carmarthen. Years ago I thought that "Merlin" was invented (I think by Geoffrey of Monmouth) as code for Mar Line. Now I see it may have been code for the Marlin/Marland family.

There is a Merlin Coat...using a diagonal band in the same typical Stewart-branch direction. I have not come across as many diagonal bands, all in the same direction, as I have since I've stressed Stewart branches in the past couple of days. The Merlin name was first recorded in Gloucestershire (near the English border with south Wales. Gloucester Cathedral...It is the burial place of King Edward II of England and Walter de Lacy (13th century). The Cathedral was used for scenes in the films Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone..."


The Iranian uprising might not die out quickly, raising tensions between the Ahmadinejad camp and Obama...because the latter's people are throwing their weight in with Ahmadinejad's opponents:

"Hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated [June 15] in downtown Tehran at a rally led by Ahmadinejad's defeated opponent, Mir Houssein Mousavi, who charges widespread fraud in the June 12 vote."

...Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who endorsed Ahmadinejad's election June 13, calling it a 'glittering event,' has ordered an investigation into allegations of irregularities.

I don't know if this plays out into Biblical prophecy. The issue is exposing to Ahmadinejad's people that Obama is opposed to them under his nice, two-faced talk. This does tell us lots about Obama. His agenda is manufactured by his team of advisors, but the true aims of the team are not necessarily, nor even majorly, what they purport to be. A major role for a president these days is to put as good face on a team and on its agenda.

What the Iranian election controversy is doing is pitting Iran's "Illuminati" with the Western globalists who wished to make in-roads into all the Muslim world with their Alliance of Civilizations. Iran is a major player in the AoC, and it was a major target to pacify and befriend. All that is at the threshold of a cliff at this point, and we await to see if the Obama team goes all the way and pushed the program over:

"The US president has said he is 'deeply troubled' by post-election violence in Iran after one person was killed during protests over election results. Barack Obama urged that any Iranian investigation of election irregularities be conducted without violence but said it was up to Iranians to choose their own leaders..." ...But he also said the world was inspired by the Iranian demonstrators..."

His under-squad, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton, are publicly crying foul elections results, and this is the true Obama position...masked when saying Iran has a right to run it's own elections. Why Obama wishes to be so obviously two-faced can only be explained by the stupidity of his team as it tries to juggle a nice face with its mean agenda. Netanyahu has been infected with this very two-faced attitude when dealing with Obama, saying publicly what he really doesn't mean. At least Biden, who speaks his mind, isn't two faced. It's important to be honest, because dishonesty will be found out, and will collapse whatever was fashioned on dishonesty.

The question is whether Ayatollah Co-Maniac will be honest in the investigations he has ordered. The UN chief, Waning Moon, is watching that investigation...from a chair outside of Iran.

The moral of this story is that globalism is on very thin ice no matter how far it succeeds. It's superficial, and the players will destroy one another. The destruction lies immediately under the ice, where a lake of fire awaits those who rebel against the Coming Globalism planned from the Foundation of the World. God is saying, "Okay, have your globalism, devil, and show us what you can do with it as everyone worships his own peculiar god."

I think that prophecy's inclusion of Cush among Gog's forces against Egypt and Israel requires a terrorist haven the Sudan theater, and we are seeing more developments now:

"American officials say they are seeing the first evidence that dozens of fighters with Al Qaeda, and a small handful of the terrorist group' leaders, are moving to Somalia and Yemen from their principal haven in Pakistan's tribal areas. In communications that are being watched carefully at the Pentagon, the White House and the Central Intelligence Agency, the terrorist groups in all three locations are now communicating more frequently, and apparently trying to coordinate their actions, the officials said."

The Americans can't see everyone who has made the move. The move of leaders is the key, as it reveals not so much a fleeing from the Pakistani scene, but a co-ordinated plot to expand the Somali front. These "few" fighters in various fronts are the ones that should suddenly explode with supporters at Gog's preaching. This picture speaks for a Gog that is not a Western agent.

One theory is that Chechen leader (Kadyrov), a Putin agent, will arise and invade Georgia under a Putin scheme...that Putin may not admit to. I've been waiting for evidence of this and here is some in today's news:

As part of his intellectual evolution, Ramzan Kadyrov has now progressed to an understanding of the secrets of the [Western] 'world conspiracy' and is eager to share his discoveries with the public...

On June 10, the website of the President and Government of the Chechen Republic published an interview with Kadyrov in which he says that the U.S. is trying to ruin Russia by provoking instability in the Caucasus. Here is a quotation: 'I like to call things by their proper names [good, he's not being two-faced]. The centre is located in America. In America they are working to bring about the collapse of the sovereign Russian state. It's not the terrorists, or the Islamists. There's not a whiff of Islam there. They've invented this system. They're creating problems for Russia, they want to ruin Russia.'

The head of the Chechen Republic possesses few of the qualities that would mark him out as an anti-Western leader. Similar accusations, perhaps more skillfully worded, have often been heard from the lips of Vladimir Zhirinovsky. Recently, however, the leader of the Liberal Democrats [= Zhirinovsky] has become much calmer [because Kadyrov is more outspoken]."

Putin took his troops out of Chechnya recently and immediately sent some/all to the Georgian front. My impression was that he made a deal with Kadyrov to meet him there when the time comes to invade Georgia. I have read two articles claiming that July is the pre-set invasion time. As expected in such a scenario, Kadyrov is speaking out publicly in June against the West's support of Georgia. If this mouthing off continues in an up-scaling manner, we might best watch that situation very closely.

The writer of the article implies (without full-blown assertion) that Kadyrov is not merely being philosophical but is aligned solidly with the Medvedev-Putin team. Medvedev has recently given the minor parties of Russia, including Zhirinovsky' party, more powers. I don't know the details but wonder if this isn't a pay-back scheme for Zhiro's support in the Georgian plot...which plot may be purely in my imagination and that of others who see it too.

The problem is obvious: Obama. He is clearly involved in a world-takeover conspiracy, and the Russians see it without trouble. Obama's team will bring about Armageddon because it insists on going forward with the global program while Russia and its friends are opposed. This is now becoming very clear. This is the foundation of Armageddon. But, before Armageddon, the two sides should form a superficial pact, and indeed those in the West who see the looming clouds are working on just such a pact.

I still have problems with a Kadyrov=Gog equation because one major clue (and I hope I'm not wrong about this) to Gog's identity is his becoming a ruler of Europe. An agent of Russia-proper has a good shot at such a lofty position in light of pact-making talks in some globalist circles. But what I can see amid these talks is a bone-headed invasion, by a Putin agent(s), into regions south of Russia, and of course Georgia should be where Russian reflexive actions make their first kick. I see (and Kadyrov sees it too) in Brzezinski a team who would push Russia's buttons, and a reflexive response from Russia can be expected sooner or later.

The curiosity is the wide acceptance of Israel that Putin is showing. In the article below, we see Israel's foreign minister, of Russian background, having a virtual party in Putin's "pad." The article's implication is that Putin is catering to Israel in efforts to supersede U.S./Obama influence in the Middle East. I find it very conspicuous that Lieberman is both of Russian background and getting on so well with Putin at the very time that I'm expecting a Russian Gog to enter the world stage. I have no idea what it means, though, if anything, as per prophecy fulfillment.

The Lieber surname was first found in Silesia, one place to which I have recently traced the Thule cult. I suppose it's possible for Lieberman to be faking loyalty to Israel. Again, the write-up in the Lieberman-Coat page says that the surname "was used as a nickname for a person known as 'flatterer' or 'smooth talker.'" This could be staggering. For those who don't know about those two terms, see my chapter, The First We'll See of Anti-Christ. Here is a piece:

In the following Daniel-11 text, the key word "enter" serves as evidence for the anti-Christ's foreign status among the Iraqis over which he comes to rule. That is, he will not be an Iraqi. Here is verse 21 in a word-for-word translation:
"And a rejected one shall stand up in his place, and they shall not give to him the honor of the kingdom; but he will enter while at ease and seize the kingdom with SMOOTH TALK" (v 21).

Who would "they" be, who reject Gog when he "stands up" to take the kingdom? Not the defeated Iraqi military (of Saddam) that he will make his own army, but rather the anti-Saddam (i.e. West-supported) Iraqis.

The Hebrew word, "smooth," is translated by some Bible versions as "intrigues" (from "smooth/slippery talk"). If this is indeed a correct translation, it clarifies this one thing: Gog will initially attempt to seize the power structures of Iraq, not with a military effort, but with political intrigues i.e. diplomacy.

I wrote that years before I saw the Lieberman Coat. There are Bible translations using "flattery" instead of my personal choice, "smooth talk." An amazing coincidence, is it not? Or is it a coincidence?

All Bible quotes in my post-trib book are my personal "translations" as close as possible to interlinear translations in my possession...though at times I change words after some investigation, as when I saw that the term under discussion was rooted in the Hebrew word, "smooth." That term is different than "deceit," and not necessarily "flattery." Smooth talk in my mind evokes a confident man. He'll pick up supporters by his smooth talk, talk that promises certified success. Flattery can be a part of the smooth talk, and so can deception.

As Jimmy Carter ages, his ability to thin straight wanes:

"'Tragically, the international community too often ignores the cries for help and the citizens of Palestine are treated more like animals than like human beings,' he said as he toured the war-torn, blockaded Gaza Strip.

'The starving of 1.5 million human beings of the necessities of life -- never before in history has a large community like this been savaged by bombs and missiles and then denied the means to repair itself,' Carter said at a U.N. school graduation ceremony in Gaza City."

Mr. Carter, come to your senses. Hamas has been a weapons-stockpiling agent of Iran, and has been sending killing-missiles into Israeli towns for years. Hamas' stated goal is to wipe Israel away. Until the day that you love such an organization that sends missiles into your property, endangering your family members, and until the day that you love such a group that swears in blood to annihilate your family members, SHUT UP and do yourself a favor. Don't go to your grave a fool.

To see that Obama and British prime minister are working for the same globalist society, see Brown's response to the Iran-election issue below. His made-for-public words are exactly the made-for-public words of Obama.

I was just about to close for today when I saw a headline (dated today) on another Nazi concentration camp. I wondered whether it could help my Thule-Nazi topic of late, so I opened the article:

A Nazi labor camp near Berlin where SS guards massacred more than one thousand inmates over 60 years ago was consecrated [today] as a Jewish cemetery.

The Lieberose camp, a satellite of the larger Sachsenhausen concentration camp north of Berlin, was open from 1943 to February 1945..."

The LIEBERose camp??

June 17

Evidence is surfacing that Russia is trying to compete with Obama in the Middle East, right where Obama considers it his own special mission: Afghanistan:

"Russia played regional power broker [June 15], hosting China and Central Asian nations for a summit that highlights the Kremlin's efforts to maintain clout in former Soviet territory and raise its profile in Afghanistan.

...Late [June 15], Medvedev had what he called a 'most productive and useful' meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and he promised that Russia will help Afghanistan create 'an efficient political system.'"

Then we have Ahmadinejad speaking the same words of contention from Russia and Chechnya's Kadyrov:

"The current regional conflicts and the global economic downturn have demonstrated that the unipolar world structure dominated by the United States is not viable, said Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad here [yesterday].

...'The end has come' for the current unipolar world order, said Ahmadinejad, since the United States and its allies were unable to cope with the [various world] problems.

One good thing, perhaps: King Kong Il of North Korea is ill. The bad news: he's passing power to one of his sons.

It's curious that I have never before come across news on Trabzon, until yesterday. The article is about two political murders and other rotten fruits of that city, but is not prophecy-important so far as I can see.

There's a story out on ABC is giving Obama some unique biased air time to push his health-care program. ABC is the media that uses/used a peacock as symbol. Since the symbol of CBC is what one might construe as an all-seeing-eye, the "eye" of the peacock feather comes to mind as a possible Illuminati symbol. That is, the peacock may be an Illuminati symbol for the "eye."

Just after jotting down the above story, I went back to the Labrador topic of Stewart branches, and discovered more important links, this time to the Washington surname. I started by trying for a Labrador surname then just plain "Lab," but no luck. Then, the third try arriving to the Labor Coat, using an all-seeing eye in the Crest. Moreover, the Coat smacks of the proto-Washington Wassa Coat. Hmm. This seemed interesting.

After trying "Labb" without luck, I veered into a search for collie-like names. The Collie Coat page showed a Caully variation, so I tried for a Cully surname and got a Coat distinct from the Collie Coat. The latter uses a crowned red lion, and because it's an English Coat, it cannot be the symbol of any other families but the English Stewarts (for it is they who own the red lion of England) or the family from which the Stewarts adopted the symbol.

The Cully Coat was interesting because it uses a golden lab! Seeing the ermines in the Cully Coat, I was starting to solidify my growing belief that ermines are not so much the symbol of Brittany (as I read elsewhere), but of the Brittany Stewart line alone. The surname was first in Derbyshire, where (i.e. to Erewash) I had traced the proto-Washington (Wassa/Wash) name in the previous update. Hmm, I'm thinking here that the gold lab in the Cully Coat represents the Labor-branch family that was itself Wassa-related.

Finding that the town of Cully was near Ashbourne, and seeing a possible "Wash" in that location, the Ashbourne Coat was checked out and found to use white stars on red (!) in the Chief, the Washington-Chief symbol in reverse colors. This page verifies that Ashbournes were from Ashbourne of Derbyshire.

Then I tried other Wassa variations not shown in the Wassa-Coat page. The two Gascon Coats were both found to be red and white (one uses cinquefoils), so I tried Gascon-like names. The Haskel-Coat page read: "The Haskel name...derives from any of a number of Scandinavian personal names, including the Old Norse name Askell, the Old Danish name Eskil, and the Old Swedish name Aeskil, a contracted form of Asketill." That fit with the trace (by others) of the Washingtons to Odin. Yet the write-up then veers to Wales and says that the Norman Haskel surname was first found in Monmouthshire (south Wales), right beside Morgannwg (for new readers, I had traced the symbols on the American flag to Morgannwg, and to related Mor/Moray/Amerike terms). If that's not enough, the Haskel Crest uses the exact tree in the Ashbourne Crest!! I was amazed at how quickly these things were panning out, but the climax had not yet been reached.

The "Asketil" term in the quote caused me to try the Hasket surname: a diagonal band in the same Stewart direction as before.

I then changed course to Labor-like surnames, and the Lieber Coat was the first to come to mind. I read there that the surname was from the Harz mountains and on the Elbe...which was also "Labe" (i.e. possible representation of the Labrador dog) to the Czechs!

In the previous update the Stewarts were traced back to the Harz mountains, but also the Traby-Polabian fold of Hanover (that I suspect named Derbyshire). The Harz-mountain community of proto-Stewarts was at Wernigerode, what was identified with Vere elements of the Warnabi Polabians, wherefore note that the Lieber Coat is a Vere Shield in reverse colors. I recalled that I had just shown such a shield in the previous update, and when going back to find which surname used it, I was amazed: the Stubbing Coat...using the Treby Coat roundels.

But that's not the main point here. The topics (in the previous update) on the Harz mountain including a Stubb and/or Stubbing surname trace (to Stewarts) from the stub/stump symbol of the Harz region of Wernigerode. Finding now that the Lieber surname traces to the Harz region while using the very same shield as the Stubbings can only mean that Stubbings and Liebers were merged! (see also Leeber Coat if interested in a possible Norman root of "Lieber").

The Wise surname was then re-tried (I'd seen it before but had forgotten) because I felt it was a Wassa variation. This time I made a special note of the ermines in the English Wise Coat because I had never found so much evidence before of a Washington link to fundamental Stewarts. The Wise crest uses a gold Zionist star that should link to the (white) Zionist star in the Wassa Coat, but a larger point here is that the star in the Wise Crest is held by a red lion!

It's therefore proof in my mind that the Wise surname was a Stewart branch, but keep in mind that the red lion was on the Collie Coat too so that the Staple-branch Stewarts might just prove to be the proto-Washingtons. Both the Staples and Wassas were first found in Cornwall.

I should also add that the Wise Coat uses a white triple chevron, a symbol of Morgannwg that I traced years ago to the founders of the Unites States; recently I tied it to the red and white stripes of the American flag. When reading that Wise family members were "Lords of the manor of Greston, at the time of the Conquest in 1066, a few Gres-like surnames were tried without luck of any Coats until I arrived at the Crispin/Crespin Coat: white and red horizontal the American flag!

Moreover, at the Crispin-Coat page we read: "First found in Oxfordshire where they had been granted the lands of Cowley by William the Conqueror for their assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066." Zowie, a collie-like surname. I naturally tried for a Cowley Coat, and saw a shield filled with ermines, and a Stewart-branch symbol seen a couple of days earlier (this symbol was an odd never-before seen variation of what looks like a fleur de lys). I was frantic. I looked back through the files to find which Stewart branch it was, to see whether it was the Staple surname with what looks like a border collie (in my impression, see Roth Crest for a match, though it's said to be a lion as per the Mousquette Coat). See the Staple Coat!!

You can even see "Colley" and "Cully" variations of the Cowley surname. It's an Irish surname first found in Ulster. The Colley variation is also in the Cully-Coat page (which one arrives to when searching "Collie"). It would therefore appear that the Cowley location of the Colley/Cully Saxons was taken over by the Crispin Normans, but that a branch ended up in Ulster. This is extremely conspicuous now, for when one compares the Ulster flag with the Wassa Coat, the similarity is seen (both use a white Zionist star on red). Moreover, as per the hand inside the star of the Ulster flag, see the hand in the crest of the Wassa-like Labor Coat (the all-seeing eye is on the palm of that hand).

There was more. I continued trying other Gres(ton)-like surnames (because the Wise surname was at Greston). The very next surname after discovering the Cowley Coat was Gris (surname first found in Brittany, France): the French Gris Coat has white stars on blue (!!), the symbol of the American flag.

That was all I did yesterday. But this morning I followed up and found a white triple chevron in the French Gras Coat. It's on a dark blue shield (almost black) and therefore evocative of the white triple chevron of the black Wise Shield. One could go on and on. The diagonal band in the German Wise/Weiser Coat (gold Zionist stars on blue shield) can now be linked to the Stewarts.

The German Weis/Wise surname was first found in Bavaria, but there is a distinct Weishaupt Coat (surname = founder of Bavarian Illuminati) with a very demonic, sharp-nosed and long-horned griffin. It looks like a witch symbol.

More revelations fresh. I looked up the Griston surname and found it registered under a Scottish Christian Coat using three gold cups. I had seen these recently so I checked my find what I had written in 2007 even though I didn't know then that "Staufen" is defined by Wikipedia as "grail bearers":

"Do the three gold cups in the Arms of Swiss Staufen indicate that the holy-grail cult was there? On the southern border of Staufen municipality there is Seon [map here.

Betty Rubble in Thuringia

But the Stauffen cups are not on a blue shield like the Griston Coat. However, I recalled that the Butlers also used cups with lids as does the Griston Coat, I looked up the Butler Coat to find gold cups on red, the Stauffen colors. Moreover, the Butler Coat uses the Randolph dancette! In fact, the German Butler Coat is almost-exactly (eight teeth) the English Randolph Coat (six teeth) in reversed colors! In the Irish Butler Coat, the Randolph design has six teeth. Suddenly, there is an Obama link back to Stauffen.

There is a German Staufer Coat with a hand holding (i.e. bearing") a cup, proving that the surname means "cup bearer." This Coat has one gold Zionist star on blue, the Weis/Wise symbol. Plus, the surname was "first found in Switzerland"! It's a match with the Stauffen location, but also with the Griston/Christian Coat. The importance of the latter Coat is that the English Wise Coat surname was first found in Greston!! This Wise clan was first found in Devonshire (Cornwall), where likely the Wassa surname (first in Cornwall) was first (or second) found.

To see how the Weis surname in Germany may have transferred it's symbol to Bauer, or vice versa, see the German Wies (reverse spelling) Coat uses a gold pentagram on blue shield, the Bauer symbol. Both the Weis Crest and the Wies Crest use their respective gold stars between the very same white wings .

June 18

I imagine that some readers think I'm making up stories when claim that a surname under investigation on one day happens to be in the news later that day or the next. Nope. I don't lie. It happened again today. I mentioned the Wies surname yesterday, and last night, right now, I came across an article in the Jerusalem Post about the Wiesenthal Center. It logs as many hate groups as possible, and after that I don't know what it does with the information. It could be an Illuminati information collector for future dealings. The article doesn't mention Christians as hater-mongers, not yet anyway. Mainly, the article attacks neo-Nazi types, saying that these groups are gaining much steam.

The very next thing I did was check the Drudge Report for any prophecy-related news. At the top of that page I found: "Tom Brokaw, who interviewed President Obama for NBCNEWS on June 5 is... appointed to President's Commission on White House Fellowships..." I thought to check the Brokaw Coat, therefore, and what do you know? Three red stars on white, the Washington symbol. The problem was, it's a French Coat, not English, so it may not be related to the Washingtons. However, a little investigation from that finding revealed that the Washingtons were from France, and in fact they look like the Basques. Here's how it works.

If you read yesterday's article, you know I sought proto-Washington branches by other variations not listed at the Wassa-Coat page. As per the Gaze and Gasson variations shown, I found a red (cinquefoils) on white French Gascon Coat that could be linked to the Wassas. I didn't say anything more on that Gascone topic, and in fact I was thinking of not including it at all.

I now find that the Brokaws were first found in Guyenne (an alternative form of "Aquitaine"), which was also called Gascogne!!! I mean, come on. I'm not lying. It happened just that way, and because this sort of this keeps re-occurring, I've just got to believe that there is true substance to the findings. At the Gascon page, you can read that the surname was from "the region called Gascogne."

That's not all. One think led to another, but let me first tell that Gascogne was beside Brittany, if that helps to make the Wassa-Stewart link even stronger than it was yesterday. Moreover, if one sails to Britain from Brittany, the landing place will be Cornwall, or Hampshire, or Kent, and between the latter two were the Cinque Port cities.

As I was reading the Wikipedia article on Gascony, I read that the name might have derived from "the Aquitanian Ausci tribe (whose name seems related to the Basque root eusk- meaning 'Basque'), in which case Aquitania would mean 'land of the Ausci'." (brackets not mine). It's known that "Basque" and "Gascogne" derives from "Vascon/Waskon," and while I've know all this for some years, and although I could never before root the "eusk" term before, suddenly I saw a clue due to yesterday's discussion. Here is what I said:

"Then I tried other Wassa variations not shown in the Wassa-Coat page. The two Gascon Coats were both found to be red and white (one uses cinquefoils), so I tried Gascon-like names. The Haskel-Coat page read: "The Haskel name...derives from any of a number of Scandinavian personal names, including the Old Norse name Askell, the Old Danish name Eskil, and the Old Swedish name Aeskil, a contracted form of Asketill." That fit with the trace (by others) of the Washingtons to Odin. Yet the write-up then veers to Wales and says that the Norman Haskel surname was first found in Monmouthshire (south Wales)..."

Is that not incredible? The Basques call themselves "Euskaldunak," very reflective of "Haskel." The mysterious Basques -- that no one seems to know where to trace -- trace to the Haskels...but I think these were proto-Washingtons too.

There's more evidence. After writing the above, I wrote: "The 'Asketil' term in the quote caused me to try the >Hasket surname: a diagonal band in the same Stewart direction as before." That's all I said on Hasket. I wasn't going to include it, but decided to do so after all. I didn't even mention the surname's symbols...because I didn't know where they could link. Now look at the flag of Gascony! I'd say it's a match (the symbols are called wheat "garbs").

Note the white lion in the Gascony Arms...because it's also in the French Bordeaux Coat This surname is important, not just because there's a Bordeaux in Gascony (map), but because it appears linked to the Labor Coat (shown yesterday), which I think is a variation of the Wassa Coat. On the map, note Libourne smack beside Bordeaux!!! I was about to leave the page without seeing the similarity with "Labor." I was a half-second from leaving when I spotted it. I also see a Tarbe location.

As per the Cowley/Cully topic yesterday -- which was found to be the representation of what looks like a border-collie (Stewart symbol) -- I didn't think that "Bordeaux" could possibly be linked to that symbol. Then I found a Basket Coat saying: An alternative derivation suggests that the name is derived from an abbreviation of the Old French word Basque..." The Baskets were first found on the Isle of Wight, off-shore of Hampshire. But, the point is, there is a Cowes location on that island. This may prove to be key to the Cowleys/Cullys. In fact, I just learned that both the Cully Coat (first in Derbyshire) and the Basket Coat use an ermine studded chevron, and both use a blue shield. The Cully Coat uses a gold Lab. Hmmm.

After discovering that Libourne was named after "Roger de Leybourne (of Kent), an English seneschal of Gascony," I got the Leybourne Coat up and saw a Laborn variation that could surely have become "Labor." There are also Labron and Laburn variations which might have resulted in the Labrador symbol being applied. Both the Labors and Leybournes are from Anglo-Saxons. I'm going to assume that because the Labors used a Coat like that of Wassa, that the Wassa family merged with a Leybourne branch(es).

I had just passed up on showing the Pascal Coat because I could see no evidence of a link to the Basques. But after seeing the eagle in the Leybourne Crest, I brought up the English Pascal Coat again to verify that it's an identical eagle design! The lamb at the center of the Pascal Coat is called a "Paschal Lamb." Now we may know why: it's a symbol of the Basques, apparently.

The French Paschal Coat has the same lamb symbol; the write-up says: "They later intermarried with the distinguished families of Colombier and Satolas." At the Colombier-Coat page, we find the surname first in Guyenne = Gascony! Might this family have named District of Columbia (i.e. The DC of "Washington DC")??? That makes sense now. Variations include Coullon, Coullont, and Collon, possible Cully-related surnames.


You've probably asked two questions in the read above: 1) how does the Stewart bunch in the Brittany/Gascony realm tie to the proto-Stewart bunch in the Brocken area, and, 2) why was the Brokaw surname first found in the Gascony realm? One question appears to answer the other, you see. The Brocken led to the Brock surname using the red lion of the English Stewarts, and the Brokaw surname uses red stars. This could make it evident that the red-star Washingtons were from the Brocken fold. The red lion is used also by the Wise (and Culley/Colley) surname.

In today's news, there is a Lord Butler (surname in yesterday's update linked to Staufer-branch Stewarts, and perhaps to Bute) taking aim at prime minister Brown today, and a British army chief of southern Iraq, Richard Dannatt (surname uses ermines), taking a shot at Brown as well. This comes amid the effort to unseat Brown by perhaps the same circle of elites.

The Schaeffer surname came up earlier in this update, and today I saw UN Secretary General Scheffer in the news. I checked and found that "Scheffer" is the Schaeffer surname; the Schaeffer Coat uses a lamb much like the paschal lamb (of the Paschal-branch Basques). I had earlier written: "The Schaeffer Coat was seen yesterday when on the Bode topic. It's the French Bode/Baux/Baud Coat. When one tries for a distinct Baux Coat, he comes to one that is almost exactly the same (using a horned ram instead of a lamb, but in the same position and in the same colors) as the Bode Coat, and in fact the Baux page includes the Bode and Baud surnames. I figure that this family was from the Bode river in the Harz/Brocken area.

Just as Russia announced its bid to support the Afghan theater, we find what the West had resisted not long ago, the sending of more troops into that region:

"Between 8,000 and 10,000 international troops will join a NATO-led military force in Afghanistan for August elections, the outgoing NATO secretary general said on a farewell visit to Kabul Wednesday."

Armed with years of heraldry experience, I've developed a theory (fresh this morning) on Basque origins from the Vaux fold of Angouleme. The Vaux Coat and the Arms of the Counts of Angouleme use roughly the same design (Cohen-like red and gold checks), though there is some evidence of Lusignan involvement. At the Lusignan article, one can see a red lion that was adopted by the Lusignan rulers, and then read: "Lusignan is a French town and commune, located...The inhabitants are called Melusins and Melusines." Just to let you know that Angouleme and Lusignan were two Vere realms (mythical Melusine was made ancestral to the Vere counts of Anjou/Angers, a place smacking of "Angouleme"). .

The point is, Lusignan was not far to the north of Gascony. Basque origins (likely) in the "Ausci" of earlier times evoked the "Lasci" term that belonged to the Lacys, and "Lasci/Lacy reflects "Lusig" quite well. Now turning to the Haskel surname (almost-certainly in honor of the Euskal term by which the Basques call themselves), we find a curiosity, that variations include Anschetill, Anketill and Anquetin (as well as Asketin). Those terms evoke Angouleme and if "Asket" was a corruption/modification from "Anket." It's just a thought at the moment: a suggestion that the modification took place because the Lusignans developed the Lasci>Euskal term, and since peoples of Angouleme were in the vicinity, their Angl root evolved into an Askel term. Angouleme is smack beside Libourne in "down-town" Gascony.

It would appear that the white-stars-on-red Ashbourne Crest uses the tree symbol of the Haskel Crest because "Ash" developed from "Ask." "Ashbourne" has the same ending as "Leybourne" (of Libourne, Gascony). I've noted that the German Leiber Shield is red and gold squares possibly related to the Angouleme fold, for the German Lieber Shield (vowels reversed) is a reversed Ashbourne Shield, and moreover Lieber uses oak leaves (i.e. the Ashbourne/Haskel tree may be an oak).

I was amazed that, while searching for an oak term in the Basque article, I came across what I had failed to read previously: "There are other three [sic] provinces claimed by the nationalist basque parties as parts of an expanded Basque Country: Labourd, Lower Navarre and Soule (Lapurdi..." "Labourd" seems conspicuous because I have been wondering about a Lieber/Leiber-surname link to the Labrador-dog symbol of the Stewarts/Comforts/Murtons. "Labourd" is more reflective of "Labrador" than any other term I've yet come across.

Earlier in the update, when finding that the Labor Coat was a Wassa-Coat variation, I wrote: "I then changed course to Labor-like surnames, and the Lieber Coat was the first to come to mind. I read there that the surname was from the Harz mountains and on the Elbe...which was also "Labe" (i.e. possible representation of the Labrador dog) to the Czechs!" This is all convincing me that Traby/Lusatian/Polock/Silesia elements removed to Polabia and the Harz regions, then removed to Lusignan and Gascony before jumping the waters to "holy-grail" Arthurian Britain. The Lieber surname was first found in Silesia, in fact.

The well-known writer of Arthurian myth codes, Geoffrey of Monmouth, may have been from the Basques because the Haskel surname was first found in Monmouthshire!

Well, well, I had missed this before: the Cully Crest also uses the Ashbourne/Haskel tree...behind a blue and gold Lab! The Cully Coat is the one using gold labs.

I had traced Goths to the Vaux term, and the fact that Angouleme used the Vaux symbol explains why Goths ruled Angouleme: "Angouleme (Iculisma or Ecolisna, later Angoulesme) was taken by Clovis from the Visigoths in 507." Clovis (a Merovingian) is thought to be the founder of the fleur de lys, and the Pollock bloodline is thought to trace to Clovis. The "Iculisma" term that describes the Gothic Angoulemes may be foundational to "Cully."

The Merovingian take-over of the region should explain why Basque paganism included a Mari goddess, for I maintain that Merovingians worshiped a Mari term...that traces them back to Amorite/Amurru city of Mari on the Euphrates. I also maintain that the Merovingian Mari term evolved into the Mary Magdalene cult out of sheer Kabalastic impishness (habitually mixing adverse satanism/falsehoods to Biblical doctrines). Today I discover that:

"Mari, Mari Urraca, Anbotoko Mari...and the possibly distinct Murumendiko Dama...was a goddess -- a lamia -- of the Basques."

The article points out that some connect Mari to a Mary of Jesus affiliation. But Mari was married to a serpent god, Sugaar. We see a swastika-like symbol in the Sugaar article, with this written underneath: "Modern rendering of Sugaar as serpent in the lauburu by Josu Goni."

I then find that the "lauburu" is the "Basque Cross" (!!!), black like the Nazi swastika, and revolving in a counter-clockwise direction like the Nazi swastika. We therefore expect that these Labrador-depicted Basques should trace to the Staple/Staufen-branch Stewarts as per the discussion on the Nazi swastika leading back to the Gorings, Garlands, and Stevensons (see previous update).

The Labourd Arms? A red lion! Plus, "Ancient Labourd was inhabited by the Tarbelas, an Aquitanian tribe. They had the port of Lapurdum, that eventually would become modern Bayonne, and give its name to the region" (italics mine). The Traby fold in Basque-ville? I think so. A Tarbock surname with "Tarbell" in the databank uses roundels, as does the Treby Coat et al. Note that the Treby Coat uses a white lion, a symbol found among Basques.

The Tarbock Shield looks like a version of the Randolph Shield. The Labourd article (above) shows Basque fisheries in eastern Canada...smack at Labrador!

I have been looking for an opportunity to tell of what LG discovered on the Maypole topic, and this could be it:

"Sugoi, another name of the same [Sugaar] deity...There's no likely etymology for the third name of this god, Maju. The reference to a masculine phallic power could be implied in it, if it has reference to the traditional 'Maypole' of fertility celebrations, called in Spanish the "Mayu" (Maypole). Maya and Mayo( "Macho"?) being her spring time consort."

LG emailed me: "maple" & "may pole" are related? I wrote back, "That's stretching it." I' had made the same brush-offs to her ideas in the past, and she proved to be right. Later, just after I reconsidered and said there could be merit to the equation if maypoles were made out of maple wood specifically, she emailed with just that evidence! For example, the online statement: "The maypole is a tall wooden pole (traditionally of maple (Acer), hawthorn or birch)..."

Then, after I shared to her that the maple leaf is Canada's national symbol but that the Toronto Maple Leafs were founded curiously on a blue maple leaf (why not green has been my question?), and that their uniform colors were blue and white, she got back with this:

John, "Out of loyalty to their new monarch the people of Bavaria painted their maypoles in the blue and white of the Bavarian monarchy. Numerous maypoles in Bavaria are still painted in the traditional blue and white.

Not only did a blue and white colored Amerike surname found "America" when sailing to the same region (Newfoundland) that was in-part named Labrador/Lavrador by a Labourd-branch Basque (probably), but Labourd became the region of "Bayonne," what may have been named by the same Baii peoples who named Bavaria and/or Baia/Baja peoples who named Bayeux. To the Basques, Bayonne is "Baiona." Thus LG's email is of prime importance precisely on the topic of the Basques. It makes sense that Basque Rosicrucians (possibly the Martinist branch) should trace to Bavaria.

The finger points to, not Jesus and Mary Magdalene, but to the Lapiths and their Nephilim cult of giants to which they were married. I am referring to mythical Ixion's marriage to Nephele (proto-Nibelungs, in my opinion). Ixion was ruler of Lapiths, and in Basque country we find Navarre and the regional Nive river.

I'm not going to get back into details of my trace of Nibelungs from queen Nefertiti (Atun cult) of Egypt (same general Upper-Nile region that Merovingians came from) to Nevers and adjacent Autun in France, but will suggest that Navarre is another colony of the same "Nephilim" Satano-giants (though I do not believe that Nephilim survived the Flood), but that Satanists created an Eden cult in Sumeria and called themselves after the Nephilim).

My point is that Lapiths elements may have founded Lapurdum (i.e. early Labourd). Amazingly, I had traced Lapiths to the Lapps of far-north Scandinavia, and, if I recall correctly, tied them to Canada's Eskimos. Note how "Eskimo" smacks of "Eusk," the Basque root!

The long and the short of it seems, at this first glance, to trace Labourd ancestry to the Labyrinth bull-worshiping Curetes that formed part of the Sabines" probably the Samnite tribe of Sabines (compare with Lapps, also called "Sami," and with "Semnones," a branch of the "Sabine"-like Suebi). Mari likely traces to the Marsi of Abruzzo (= mythical Mars), who used a serpent as their symbol even as did the Mari Basques. The Abruzzo region is home to mount Maiella, named after "Maja/Maia," similar to the Mayu term that Sugaar, the serpent god, was known in earlier times. Possibly, Maja/Maia was a daughter of Atlas. I had also traced Lapiths of Lesbos (!) to the Arpads/Arpii Thracians, who were largely of Magyar blood. Hmm.

The Mari article says that she may have been born in Lazkao, a term smacking of "Lasci" (= the Lacys). The Lazkao Arms uses the said Ashbourne/Haskel tree, the eight-pointed "Ishtar star," and hearts (possibly a symbol of Harz). I note that "Lazkao" sounds like "Alaska"...where Eskimos live(d) (I'm assuming they spread that far west).

With the Mayu link to maypoles (as per the quote above), I would tend to trace the religious object to the Marsi, who I trace to the Mures river in Transylvania. The Illuminati always goes back to the Marots of the Mures, who were the other side of the Magyar Arpads! But the maypole should also trace to the Biblical Asherah poles, a goddess likely the same as Ishtar. "An Asherah pole is a sacred tree or pole that stood near Canaanite religious locations to honor the Ugaritic mother-goddess Asherah."

Again, "Ugarit" likely named the Finno-Ugrians to which the Magyars are known to trace. The Sami/Lapps were likely Finno Ugrics in the main. Arpads were identified as the mythical Orpheus line in Thrace and Lesbos, predominantly on the Hebros river that was also the Maritsa. This was the Ares Arphaxadite dragon. Hebro-Cabalistic Rosicrucians trace most importantly to this Hebros-Ares cult.

The Avar and Varangian swastika can now be traced more specifically to the Hebrew Khazars of the Mures at the root of the Maya-worshiping Basques. Note how "Asherah" reflects both "Khazar" and the Ash(bourne) surname of Basques, suggesting that "Euskal" may have derived from "Asherah" elements specifically, though "Lazkao" seems to be a plausible derivative too. As the latter was "Lazcano' in older times, it smacks of "Lusignan." Finally, Basques have been traced by others to Caucasia, but this is argued as a non-certainty. The Laz were in Caucasia.

I've skimmed some more news and the importance level is not very high, so I'll be back for tomorrow's update. Don't be a basket case: praise God once in a while for the things he does for you, and get true rewards. If He's not doing much for you, start doing things for Him and witness his out-pouring on your life (your life is in your soul, not in your belongings). I assume that some non-believers are reading these things, and hope that these matters make them think again about their world view.

June 19

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The importance of not letting Iran go nuclear is underscored by the current situation with North Korea. Americans suspect that a N. Korean ship now in China is carrying weapons, and possibly nuclear materials. This find comes not many days after the UN sanctioned searches of N. Korean ships, and even less days since King Kong Il swore in blood that an unauthorized boarding of Korean ships would be deemed an act of war.

In other words, as the West is predicted to back down on searching this ship (I could be wrong), or at least to back down on searching most Korean ships, an anti-West nation possessing nuclear bombs will, if it shows backbone, be more free to ship nuclear materials to make a bad situation worse.

It remains to be seen what Kim Jong-il is up to as he asserts himself. His alliance with Iran frightens Western globalists. It means that Kim Jong-il (or his son) may play a role in the Gog axis, if only to deter the West to some degree from acting militarily against the king of the north when he finally acts militarily in Iraq. Iran is already playing that role, as Western globalists, in the main, are unwilling to attack Iran even before it acquires nuclear bombs.

The adverse affect that the Obamacrats are having by showing fear of Iran is to give the Islamics the confidence to go forward in their malicious plots. Bush's strategy was to show muscle, and to use it, causing the evil axis to go limp. Obama, who I think does not have an intelligent head on his shoulders, is the direct cause of the King-Kong muscle being shown at this time. Russia now sees opportunity in the Middle East, and we await events on that front.

Ireland's political leader, Brian Cowan (a Cohen?), is willing to grant Lisbon-Treaty status to the EU, under certain conditions. If Irish voters approve the Lisbon Treaty, the office of EU president will be created.

This office is to be distinguished from the president of the European Commission, now the most powerful office in the European Union." The latter office is appointed i.e. not elected by democratic vote. At the EU webpage below, you can see the EU symbol, gold stars on blue, the symbol that belongs also to the Bauers. This may not be coincidental since Rothschilds are expected to play a large role in European globalism.

The current president, Portugal's Jose Barroso, was born in Lisbon (hmm), and has a five-year renewable term ending at the end of 2009.

It is believed that mythical Ulysses was made the founder of Lisbon (Portugal), and I see the Laz in that mythical term. Ulysses was the same as Odysseus, the same pertaining to the dragon cult at the mouth of the Rhodanus river that spread west into Aquitaine...Gascony. There were Rodez-branch Redones there, and one can expect red to have become their color, the Wassa/Washington color. I still have not found solid evidence that Gascony (home to Vascones) is to be understood as Gace-cony, or Gass-cony, two variations of "Wassa." But my eyes are peeled.

Lisbon traces to the Lusitanians of Portugal, who had a capital at Merida. Together, the name of that capital with the name of the peoples evokes the Basque goddess, Mari, born at Lazkao. Moreover, as per my trace of Mari to the Marsi of Italy, I should add that I traced (some years ago) the Marsi to the founding of Marseille, at the mouth of the Rhodanus. I should also add that the Marsi branch in Marseille was found involved in the western tip of Sicily (i.e. Trapani), where Muses and Sirens were placed in Odysseus mythology that trace back to the Greek region of Odysseus' home in Ithaca. These particular Muses were stationed at Methone/Medon (Messenia), across the waters from the Taphian pirates (= Daphne), and on-shore of Ithaca. I traced Taphians (of the Ladon river) to the Safini = Sabines, in the midst of whom the Marsi lived. It works.

Romans traced Lusitanians to "the lusus associated with Bacchus and the lyssa of his Bacchantes..." Bacchus was an alternative name for Dionysus, and "Bacchantes" can modify to "Vacchantes" and possibly to "Vascone." The alternative "Lyaios" name of Dionysus comes to mind too. It may be as simple as this, that Washingtons trace to the Bacchus cult, which supports my impression that the Washington Monument depicts the Dionysus bloodline. I independently traced Dionysus to Methone, and meanwhile at Wikipedia you can read that MeneLaus ended up in Messenia, making "him" very-likely connected to the "Laus Deo" written on the Washington Monument. The Menelaus/Agamemnon line was to some degree merged with Egyptians of Memnon who, in Trojan-war mythology, came to partake in the war.

I traced Lusitanians to Lacydon (= Ligurian foundations in merger with mythical Gyptis) on the Rhodanus, a possible origin of the Lacy (also "Lassy") surname. Yes, I did trace the Lacys to the Leslie fold of Lusatia, but then on the Lusones of Spain/Portugal, we read: "Ethnological theories abound on the origin of Lusones, Lusitanians and the Lusatians, a West Slavic people of present-day eastern Germany..." Remember, the Melusine fold represented both Lusatians and Lusignans, and "Lusignan" appears derived from "Lazkano," an old Lazkao variation.

See, in this map of Messenia, that Messenia was also "Lacedae." I traced Lacedae to Lucania of southern Italy, where Laus was situated, and assumed that this Laus was a branch of the Spartan city of Laas, on the Mani peninsula, after which the MeneLaus myth-code was created. Laus was near Sicilian Messina (a branch of Greek Messenia) where the Charybdis monster of Ulysses mythology is thought to have been located.

I am starting to see Gascony/Basque roots in the related Scylla monster that was likely named after Sicilian elements. First, Scylla was, like Charybdis, on the Messina strait. Second, the wheat garb that is Gascony's symbol was the symbol of mythical Shala, wife of fish-tailed Dagon. I recently suggested that Shala was represented by "Scylla," and that the term then led to the Shelton/Skelton surname (thus far I haven't found that surname in Gascony). The curiosity is that the wheat symbol is technically called a "garb," a term evoking Gareb but also Charybdis.

I can barely believe it!! After writing the paragraph above, I took another look at the Sheldon Coat, having forgotten what symbol it uses. I found the same duckling (in Crest and Coat) seen yesterday. I couldn't recall which other surname used it, and when I found it, it turned out to be the German Gascon surname (!!!) with Gas/Gass/Gasser variations, very close to the Gasson variation of the Wassa surname. Plus, with all those red lions seen earlier in this update, there is yet another one in the Crest of the Shelton Crest!

I suspected that the ducks may be geese/goslings due to the similarity with "Gass," but at Wikipedia's goose article I see a Sheldon-like term for a duck-like goose: "A number of other waterbirds, mainly related to the shelducks, have 'goose' as part of their name" (italics mine).

The Shelduck article then says that "They were originally known as 'sheldrakes'...The namesake genus of the Tadorninae, Tadorna is very close to the Egyptian Goose and its extinct relatives from the Madagascar region, Alopochen." MadaGASCAR??? The Vascones of Gascony were from Madagascar??? Imagine, if true, that heraldry has just been the key to tracing the mysterious Basques to Madagascar elements.

Looking into it, I see that "The Sakalava is a traditional name for a group of people of Madagascar..." Sakalava elements sure sound like the makings of "Scylla/Skelton." On their origins, the article adds: "Another theory is that the word is possibly from the Arabic saqaliba, which is in turn derived from Latin esclavus, meaning slave." I had traced the scallop shell to Scylla, and "scallop/escallop" is virtually identical to "Esclavus." PLUS, as Basques called themselves "Euskals," note the similarity to "Escalop"!!!

I then found that "Menabe is a region in western Madagascar. It is named for the 18th century Sakalava kingdom of Menabe." I'm wondering if, long ago, the Egyptians among the Menelaus Spartans were not from old Menabe elements (old Spartan art looks very Afro at times). The ending on "Menabe" is similar to the Greek "ops" (as in "escallop"), and matches the multiple "abi" endings in Polabia! One could get the impression that proto-Merovingians (from Merowe/Merops in Sudan) were related to the Menabe, and indeed we see that the Sakalava of Madagascar were supplanted by the "Merina" peoples. Hmm, were Merovingians closely related to Polabians? It makes sense.


"The Meni were a Belgic tribe of northern Gaul in pre-Roman and Roman times. Their territory according to Strabo and Ptolemy is located at the mouth of the Rhine and from there extending southwards along the Schelde."

I traced Merovingians from Ethiopian/Sudanese Merowe (also called "Bedewe") to Batavi(ans) at the mouth of the Rhine!!! Absolutely amazing. One could argue with my trace of Merovingians to the Nile river before, but this is a clincher. It then suggests strongly that Merovingians were from MeneLaus, helping all the more to identify their fleur de lys symbol with the Laas>Laus peoples.

Note that Menapiapi spread out to the Schelde, another Sheldon-like term (the shelduck/sheldrake, likely the symbol of the Sheldon Coat, led me to Madagascar in the first place). The neighbors of the Menapii were the Morini, similar to the Merina of Madagascar. Other neighbors of the Menapii were the Atrebates, whom I traced to the father of Menelaus, Atreus!!

Hey, I'm excited. This is my personal discovery over years of work in efforts to prove that Merovingians were NOT from Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Their Mary/Mari symbol was SATANic. They are the SATANic guts of the founders of many entities, including the Unites States.

See that the Laus peoples ended up in the Schelde region:

"The Scheldt (Dutch: Schelde, French Escaut, Latin Scaldis) is a 350 km[1] long river in northern France, western Belgium and the southwestern part of the Netherlands... In Ghent, where it receives the Lys, its main tributary..."

Ignore Wikipedia's derivative for the Schelde river, and look instead to Sakalava elements. These peoples smack of the Sicels who named Sicily. As I trace the Traby Polabians to Trapani of Sicily, note that a city in Trapani was Lilybaeum, for the fleur de lys is fashioned as a lily for some reason, not by chance. I traced Lilybaeum to the Leleges-branch Lullubum, and indeed the Taphians were Leleges, as were the earliest inhabitants of Greece's Messenia. You get it: Merovingians were Leleges of Laas on the Mani peninsula where the Menabe>Menapii likely trace.

I know that I traced Polabians to the Poles, but I trace Poles/Polski to Pollux. It just so happens that Pollux's sister, Helen of Troy, was located (by a myth writer(s)) in Egypt along with her husband, Menelaus! There was a good Egyptian reason for the myth writer to make that claim.

I traced the Marsi of Marseille (also "Marsiho") to Lilybaeum because:

"Marsala is a seaport city located in the Province of Trapani on the island of Sicily in Italy...Marsala occupies the site of Lilybaeum..."

I do not agree with the Wikipedia article where it claims without hesitation that Arabs named Marsala of Trapani after "Marsa Ali." Marseille was previously the city of Massalia, a term that should trace to the Muses of Trapani on the one hand, to Messenia on the other, and to the Netherland river, Maas/Meuse, on the third hand. The mouth of the Meuse mingles with the waters at the mouth of the Schelde.

The Arms/Flag of Marseille is a blue cross on white, like the flag of Finland. This could be due to a trace of Marseille to the proto-Marsi on the Mures river. I identify the Marot Khazars there as Finno-Ugrics, you see.

If Gascony traces to MadaGASCAR, and if the Washingtons were named after the Vascones of Gascony, then the founders of America -- who, in the Great Seal of the Unites States, proclaim a new secular order based on Egyptian all-seeing-eye philosophy -- were also from Madagascar elements. Keep in mind that the all-seeing eye is a symbol in the Labor Coat, for the surname was likely from the Labourd-branch Vascones. Do not forget that the Labor Coat smacks of the Wassa Coat.

I have found the derivative of "Gascar": "The Malagasy (French: Malgache) ethnic group forms the vast majority of the population of Madagascar." The Gache/Gasy terms seen in that quote are strikingly like the Gace/Gason variations of the Wassa surname, and like the Gass variation of the Gascon surname. Amazing, is it not. Who would have thunk? There is a Malagasy language that should perhaps be compared to the mysterious, non-Indo-European Basque language.

The origin of the Malgache are not given, but we do find the possibly explanation as to why the Arms of the Isle of Man is strikingly the same as the (Traby-like) Arms of Sicily:

"There is a population of Afro-Peruvians in northern Peru that are of Malagasy descent and call themselves Mangaches or Malgaches and there is a section of Piura called la Mangacheria."

This quote is important in that it reveals the root of "Malgache" as "Gache," not Malga." Possibly, the Manx inhabitants of the Isle of Man(n) (Scotland) were a take on a European "Mangache" of some sort. The Scottish Mann Coat shows three black roundels on white, and goats, two Traby symbols. A variation of the surname is "Mangus," smacking of Manx. I wasn't going to show the three black roundels on white in the Basil Coat until seeing the ones in the Mann Coat. I arrived to the Basil Coat because the surname is found as a variation on the French Bason Coat page, the latter being a possible Gason/Vascon variation. See the Dutch Vassy/Vasse Coat, a perfect replica of the three roundels in the English Basil Coat!!

More than ever, this now traces the Wassa surname to the Traby fold, something that was strongly expected. As American symbols trace to Richard Amerike (a Welshman), I should now add some Scylla-like terms that I found among his partner at sea, John Cabot, discoverer of the Labrador region; his son settled Maine, a term that I traced to Mona (and perhaps the namers of the Isle of Man) because there is a Bangor locality (i.e. as there is in Maine) on the Menai straight beside Mona (northern Wales).

We first see that the Cabot Coat uses three red fish, and a scallop shell in the Crest. As I suspected that Cabot's crew was in some cahoots with the elements of the Sinclairs of Orkney, who were (theoretically) in eastern Canada a century earlier, I looked up the Arde surname when reading:

"Three cousins - Alexander de L'Arde, Lord of Caithness; Malise Sparre, Lord of Skaldale; and Henry Sinclair - were rivals for the succession to the earldom of Orkney."

Although this information comes when I was at the above article about two or three weeks ago, I noticed only now that, although it's an article on Henry Sinclair, the URL address (above) is "La Merika." It seems to suggest that Henry was linked to Amerike. The point is, the Arde/Orde Coat also uses three fish, suggesting bloodline links to Cabots. The Ardes/Ordes were first found in Somerset (Cornwall), however, but that could link to Amerike's Welsh roots, and moreover John Cabot made Bristol (between Cornwall and Wales) his voyage headquarters.

You may have noticed the "Skaldane" location in the above quote. It then reads that "in 1391 Sinclair and his troops slew Malise Sparre near Scalloway, Tingwall, Shetland." There are now three reasons for a trace to the Scylla lot of Shelton/Sheldon/Skelton.

But now look: as per "L'Arde," I looked up the Lard Coat and found gold roundels on black, symbols of the Treby Coat (surname first in Devonshire, beside Somerset). In fact, the Lard roundels are on a black Rake, itself on white shield, the exact Rake of the Scottish Yonges!!! I had traced the Yonge Rake to Hungary's Arpads, but at the time I did not know what the gold rings were on their Rake. They are Traby symbols!!! The Yonges merged with the Lards, and both were connected to the Trebys of Cornwall, explaining why the English Yonges were first found in Somerset.

This Lard Coat, if it connects with the L'Ardes of Caithness, is an excellent support for tracing the Stewarts/Drummonds of Caithness/Shetland to the Arpad Hungarians, which is just what I did some weeks ago. See the flag of king Stephen to compare with the Lard and Yonge Coats (I use "Yonge" because it better reflects "Hung(ary)" and "On Ogur" than does "Young"). Note the red lion in the Yonge Crest, what may indicate linkage to the red lion of the Labourd and Lusignan Basques...or even the Shelton Crest.

The Sparre surname of Skaldale led to the Spar Coat which was found to be a (red) stag, a symbol of the Hungarian Arpads. To this I will repeat that the Sicels of Sicily likely trace to the Szekely people (who lived on the Mures river, Transylvania) of Arpad ancestry.

I was wrong:

"The U.S. military is planning to intercept a flagged North Korean ship suspected of proliferating weapons material in violation of a U.N. Security Council resolution passed last Friday, FOX News has learned.

The USS John McCain, a navy destroyer, will intercept the ship Kang Nam as soon as it leaves the vicinity off the coast of China, according to a senior U.S. defense official. The order to inderdict has not been given yet, but the ship is getting into position."

I was also wrong about this issue blowing over. What is Obama doing? Playing hard ball? Isn't that Bush's realm?

In Iran:

"Iran's supreme leader said [today] that the country's disputed presidential vote had not been rigged, sternly warning protesters of a crackdown if they continue massive demonstrations demanding a new election."

George Obama is urging the protesters on!

I'm done for the day. God keep you.


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