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August 1

Just want to report a miracle, that my place has become a no-fly zone. Not one mosquito in the three hours spent (at a campfire) from before dusk to 11 pm. Believe you me, that is incredible as compared to last year and the year before. It is an extremely good situation for eradicating mosquito generations for foreseeable future years.

Thank you Lord if you have everything to do with it. I argued with Him over the creation of mosquitos since living in these northern parts. I argued that after working days, people should have the priority to own the fresh evening, not flies sucking blood and chasing us indoors. There used to be mosquitos humming away on all the screens all night long, but for the past two weeks, there have been none on the screens.

Point: one can argue a case with God and get His attention, but I argued a lot, not just once. The situation got progressively better, however, though I didn't expect to be answered like this. Black flies were gone early due to low rainfall, and rains have been plenty in incidents, but each has been low in volume so as not to form pools. I pray it keeps up.

Simply miraculous, as anyone around here will tell you. I've camped in these parts for more than 30 years and have never had a night without constant, insistent mosquitos. This situation is tribulation-necessary, as mosquitoes will attack during the hot day too when people walk through shaded woods.

Now, if God can just eradicate other kinds of pests:

"Hidden inside Ashley Hayes-Beaty's computer, a tiny file helps gather personal details about her, all to be put up for sale for a tenth of a penny.

The file consists of a single code -- 4c812db292272995e5416a323e79bd37 -- that secretly identifies her as a 26-year-old female in Nashville, Tenn.

The code knows that her favorite movies...It knows she browses entertainment news and likes to take quizzes.

...Ms. Hayes-Beaty is being monitored by Lotame Solutions Inc., a New York company that uses sophisticated software called a 'beacon' to capture what people are typing on a website...

...One of the fastest-growing businesses on the Internet, a Wall Street Journal investigation has found, is the business of spying on Internet users."

This double-cross of humanity has been going on for years, with government knowledge, and an evil, anti-Christian agency can do the same easily. There's a consumer side to spying, but also a social and behavioral side. Why not also spies concerned with political biases? You know it's got to be happening at the spy systems of all major parties; if one party does it, the other feels compelled to do it too. And so why wouldn't the Illuminati, or the Satanic spirit concerned with destroying Faith on earth, not make a list of those with Faith?

Maliki is not going to step down, yet, meaning the situation is still begging for a collision:

"One of Iraq's main Shi'ite political blocs has rejected Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's claim to a second term and halted government formation talks until his party nominates a new candidate, politicians said.

Though expected...

...'All parties of the INA have agreed that the obstacle is the insistence of nominating Maliki,' Qusay al-Suhail, a senior member of the Sadrists political movement, a main faction of the INA, told Reuters [today]."

The article doesn't say anything more than that, which we already knew, but it indicates that things haven't changed as time reaches critical. The Sadrists are strangling Maliki. The bigger story is: "Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki remains his party's sole candidate for the premiership in the country's new government, a party official confirmed [today], despite fierce opposition from other parliamentary blocs.",remains-sole-candidate-deadlock.html

Safe to say, the Americans don't want to get on anyone party's bad side lest it end up ruling Iraq and sending him a backlashing. That's why the O's say power should be shared as equally as possible. But, of course, when it comes to American politics, it is all Democrats, nothing for Republicans.

That makes for a good entry point for a mention of other infamous hypocrites. I got thinking after the last part of the previous update that Aphar-using variations of "Avaris" could trace to the Farr surname. But I could see no special signs in the FOUR FLEUR-DE-LYS SURROUNDING A GOLD CROSS ON RED BACKGROUND. As I read that the surname derived from farr=bull, mythical "Belus" (symbol of Pelusium where Avaris was situated) came to mind because I trace him to the bull cult of Baal (= Hyksos god).

My very next thought, I kid you not, was to try for a surname that could have arisen from an r-version of "Pelus(ium)," and as I was spelling out "Perus," I instead entered "Perez" to get the Spanish Perez/Peres Coat...using FOUR FLEUR-DE-LYS SURROUNDING A GOLD CROSS ON RED BACKGROUND!!! "Peres" is the surname of a present Israeli leader.

The English Rhodes Coat is very similar, and as they were first in Lincolnshire, they could have been related to the English Paris/Pares surname, using the same colors, and likewise first in Lincolnshire. The Prestons use the same colors and were obviously related to the Paris' because they too were first in Lincolnshire, while the Scottish Prestons use three unicorn heads as do the Paris'. A link to Troy is definitely developing here.

The Heber Coat uses a "Prest" motto term, and because they were first found in Yorkshire, they were the Eburovices/Ebroicum founders of Eboracum=York. BUT, the Parisii of Paris co-founded York, i.e. explaining why Hebers use the Prest term.

The Eburovices were the APHRO(dite) (i.e. Aphar-like) cult of Normandy, a cult called "Aprut" in Italy, where the Eburovices originated, smacking of the Apiru Hyksos. The Presley Coat uses the Abreu/Abruzzo lion, and the Abruzzo capital of Aprutium was traced back by an Aprutium article to PALEStine, the term that I think was linked to PELUSium.

Just who the are the peoples of the world clamoring for a Palestinian state in these end times? How ironic if they are, as I envision, Hebrews of another sort.

It turns out that entering "Phar" brings up the Farr Coat...a surname also first found in Yorkshire! These Coats are by-and-large gold and red, Vere colors let's not forget, and so why not include Pressina into this discussion, the mythical mother of the Vere-honored Melusine. The Vere-Melusine discussion is not a new one, but it comes with a new Hyksos element as the central feature.

Lookie: the Scottish Brusi/Bruce Shield is colors reversed from the Phar/Farr Shield; and Bruces too were first found in Yorkshire, though Bruces are traced in their write-up to Manche...where the location of Ver(e) was home to the Veres.

Perhaps a term that ultimately used the "Aphar" of Avaris as well as the "Perez" of Pelusium is "Pharisee." How much sense does it make for Jesus to be crucified, not only by Roman-branch Hyksos, but by Avaris-branch Hyksos who remained in Israel after expulsion from Egypt? "Pharisee" is said to derive in the same "dividing/parsing" term as "Persia."

"Sadducee" could trace to the Soducena region at the Aras river, and I suspected that Hera was from that place because I had traced proto-Zeus to the Sittacene region of the Assyria-Susa stretch. And we see the similarity between the Avaris god, Sutekh, with "Sadduc(ee)."

There is something very fishy in all this, especially as Amorite Jerusalem was called, Zedek, while Israeli priests arose called Zadokites. On top of that, there is the Farsi language of Persia (apparently a variation of "Parsi"), which incorporated the Gileki region to which I trace proto-Zeus et al before the Elamites and Kassites there moved south to Susa.

It gets complicated, like an octopus trying the grab all my limbs at once, and sucking the brains out my ears with it's ugly, sticky lips. I don't know if the world will ever repay me for the loss of my brains on this topic, or for the time spent; I could have been taking up golf instead with a beautiful woman without sticky lips. Or better yet, I could have been in my excavating machine digging up tree roots and making a beautiful park of my wild surroundings.

This topic, as it approaches ancient Jerusalem, is like the kiss of death. Did the Hyksos come from there initially, or did they join the Amorites only when needed after the Ten Plagues? How had the religious leaders of Israel become Hyksos-related Jerusalemites, and did God send Jesus to earth just as those leaders ruled Jerusalem strongly? How much passion was in the Heart of God to send Jesus to attack those religious Hyksos, and through his Sacrifice make an end of Hyksos in all power structures? Was it in the nature of political Hyksos to always take the power structures of a nation? Are they merely power-sucking fiends wherever they go? Yes, for Jesus revealed that Pharisees liked the first places of honor. Even Elvis Presley wanted to be the king of music, and he dressed on stage like a fairy idiot, seeking immortality.

I don't think it's coincidental that Pharisees were Hellenists. I think if we had more info on their roots, we could link them to Hyksos. They took pride in sitting in Moses' seat, and God allowed them to do so, but they did not live like Moses, and they loved be called, "rabbi." That was the extent of their lives, to be honored of men. It's like the conceit that can grow on any Christian who calls themselves Pastor So-and-High. It's best not to use such titles for oneself, because Jesus might deem us to love the title more than anything else, if it comes to that. And it will come to that, bit by bit, on the weakest days. Don't rejoice or take refuge in being a pastor, but rejoice in having the Gate within sight. You are the sheep, and there is only One Pastor. It is good to be a sheep within sight of the Gate; the food and water is right there, and the wolves are way out there.

It's conspicuous that the Presley surname is also, Priestly," a combination smacking of the Pharisees, priests of Israel. The Press surname is also Prest and Priest, and is said to derive in "priest."

It may not be coincidental that the so-called "footless martin" (I'm now thinking code for lame Hephaestus and Dionysus) in the Press Crest is used by the Sadd Coat. The Sadington location that they named "was anciently called SETINtone in pre-conquest days." Is that Seth/Sutekh of Avaris? The Sadd surname reminds me of a discussion some weeks ago here concerning the Sadowski surname as it may have been linked to the Seatons/Satans (green dragon, the Sadd color), who likewise use the familiar red and gold. Entering "Setin" brings up the Seaton/Satan Coat. Seatons were from Saytown, and so see the same red and gold in the Say Coat.

Perhaps there were some Freemason types who traced themselves to Israeli priests. I know that Cohens do so, falsely. And could it be that Khyan/Khian, the Exodus pharaoh I'm sure, was named after "cohen"=priest?

It recently became suspect that the cyan-blue of heraldry (cyan is the official name of heraldic blue) was code for Khyan, and so we find that the Cohens use cyan as their heraldry color. Although a Cian surname does not appear at, there is a Cean/Keane/Cain surname using a cyan Shield with white and gold, the Cohen color scheme.

Irish Cohens use a Kyne variation!! I've known this but never thought of linking it to Khyan, so far as my sucked-out brain can recall, because I had not stressed Khyan and the Hyksos until recently.

More clues to Hyksos links are in the Irish Cohen/Kyne write-up: "The ancient Coens descended from the Gaelic Caomhan, the Chief of his clann in 876 A.D. who was descended from the Princes of Hy Fiachra, and the great General King Niall of the Nine Hostages." Even if the Hy term does not link to the Hay family et al that I think links to the Hayasa, the Niall/Neil/Nihill family (shown recently to be the "nihil" code of the Vere motto) smacks of "Nile." That didn't occur to me until now, until I saw Hyksos at the root of the family. Hyksos in Ireland? Am I sure? Yes, that's where I trace Curetes, to the Cruithen of Ireland, and Curetes were anciently encoded with the number nine.

AND ZOWIE: the Chief of the Press/Prest Coat uses three jellyfish-like "estoiles," red on white just like the estoiles in the Chief of the Neil/Nihill Coat!!! This compels me to identify mythical Pressina as the Press/Prest/Priest clan and its branches.

As per the Nail variation of the Neils, we find a German Nail/Neil surname that is extensively Nagel-like, prompting a look at the Vere-colored Nigel surname, which turns out to have been first in Cheshire, where the Ferte>Veres lived as Masseys (also first found in Manche). "Another early mention is of Nigel (d. 1169,) who was an Anglo-Norman bishop of Ely, and Lord High Treasurer for both Henry I and Henry II of England. His son Richard FitzNigel, (d. 1198) was Bishop of London (1189-98) and treasurer of England (c.1158-98)." I would say that the Nigels are very much encoded in the "nihil" motto term of the Veres, especially as Veres ended up as rulers (for centuries) in Oxford of the London theater.

I had traced the Veres of Cheshire as Meschins to Moray, where Meschins carried the Ranulf name (says me) to the Randolph surname that became earls of Moray. The Wikipedia article on Thomas Randolph shows his arms, red diamonds on gold. The Nigels use gold diamonds on red!! Proof-positive that Nigels were the Vere-Meschins, AND one major additional point: Obama's bloodline was Randolph and (says me) Dunham of Dunham Masci/Massey. I've Nailed him!

In the sixth update of February:

Note that the Newmark/Newmarche Coat uses gold diamonds on red, very reflective of the same-colored mascles in the Quince, Rouen and Romer Coats. NOW SEE the mascle/diamond design in a portrait of Robert Guiscard and his brother, Roger I!! THEN let me remind you that the Arms of Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray, show diamonds in colors reversed! NOW, since Thomas was from the Carrick line, we can again surmise that the Guiscard related Saracens trace to the Carricks!!

Newmarks were also Nimos with familiar Coat i.e. like the Farrs/Phars and Perez'. The point is, the Randolphs of Moray had already been connected to Carricks, which were recently linked back to Hyksos...not to mention the Kerricks of Cheshire that use the Presley symbol, adding to the evidence of a Hyksos past for the Presley/Priestlys. IF the Priestly trace back to Pharisees, the man on the American throne today could be -- suffering suckotage -- a "Pharisee."

The Nigel Coat comes up when entering "Niger." Just saying. Would it be correct to say that Obama loves the first positions of power?

Remember, mythical Cyner was also Ector, and the Ector/Hector surname (uses the sun symbol of the "Jewish" Cohens) likely links to king Hector of Troy, son of Priam and brother to Paris. AND ZOWIE, where was my head, but up the snuffleupagus, when forgetting that Priam's wife was Hecuba/Hecabe!!! At one time I thought she could be code for the Hebrew name of Jacob, thinking also that Priam was a form of "Abraham," but then I changed my mind on an Israeli theme when realizing that these particular Trojans were linked to Pari Gorgons of Mysia, and to the Parisii Gorgons of France. Only now do I see "Hecabe" as a code for Heka=Hyksos!

Hecuba's father was Dymas, a possible Edomite entity. We have clues to trace Dymas to the Samson cult via their relationship Hercules: "Dymas and his brother, Pamphylus, submitted to Hyllas =[son of Hercules]." That's very good support for the Hercules identification with Pamphylians. These entities are traced to Dorians:

"Aegimius had two sons, Dymas and Pamphylus, who migrated to the Peloponnese and were regarded as the ancestors of two branches of the Doric race, the Dymanes and the Pamphylians of Anatolia, while the third branch, the Hylleans, derived its name from Hyllas, the son of Heracles, who had been adopted by Aegimius."

That's not-bad evidence for the idea that PamPHYLians were PHILIStines/PELESet, who I figure were named after PELUSium. And let's not forget that Hercules, the descendant of the Perseus Danaans, was from Joppa, very near Dor.

"Dymanes" could be a compound code for Dionysus Maenads. The mother of Hyllas was Deianira, daughter of Oeneus "the wine man" of Calydon>Methoni, wherefore Dymanes is Dionysus cult all over, which traces to Edomite Horites. Perhaps Hera and Heracles were Hurrians who had developed into Edomite Horites. I don't think it's a coincidence that a Hyllas story of war against Atreus included one Temenus, smacking of Temanites of Edom, and Timnah west of Jerusalem. Temenus succeeded in becoming king of Argos on behalf of the Danaan bloodline.

Brains or no brains, today's update opens the doors to further investigations of modern Pharisees, so to speak.

August 2

Yesterday's bloodline topic started on the Phar/Farr link to the Spanish Perez/Peres surname, the latter using a cross matching that of the French Bouillons so as to be a Templar cross, though the four symbols surrounding the cross make it a Rosicrucian cross in particular.

It's been called a three-fingered cross by me, and one with fleur-de-lys ends by others, matching the four fleur-de-lys surrounding the cross. It's also the Rangabe cross, the Byzantine imperial surname held by Melissena...who was half royal Khazar? Is it a coincidence that yesterday's Phar and Peres topic suggested a trace to Cohens as Pharisee-branch priests rather than to the Levite priests they claim to trace to? At the time, I did not have the present cross topic on mind, but for years I've been claiming that Cohens started with Melissena's Rangabe family.

Not only is the Rangabe cross white on blue, the Cohen color scheme, but when one enters "Kagan," the "Jewish" Cohen Coat comes up. HOW CAN THAT LINK TO LEVITES??? In that alone we know that Cohens were kagans, defined as priest-kings of Turkish/Bulgarian tribes, such as were Khazars. I've already mentioned that the Cohen/Kagan white stars on blue link to the same of the Morays, and that Morays trace to Moravian bloodlines of Mures/Maros-river Khazars/Kabars with Marot surname.

I have never (so far as I recall) entertained this idea, that the "Jews" known to have ruled the Khazars were from Pharisees. It would be an interesting twist to the modern movement of linking modern Israel to modern powers from Khazars.

In an attempt to disguise their true roots in Khazars, the Cohen write-up claims: "When many Jews were being forced to join the Russian Army for a term of 25 years, a number of them changed their last name to Kagan, because members of the clergy were exempt from service." But entering "Kyne" (i.e. like "Khyan," a major Hyksos king) brings up the same-colored Irish Cohen Coat, and then we see Barnicle variations smacking of "Varangi" and the Bernicians that I link Varangians to. Kagans are also known as "Khans."

The Bouillon motto starts with "A vero," and while that should be code for the Melusine-line Veres of Angers/Anjou, it also smacks of Auvergne, where Bouillons were first found. Thus, Bouillons could have been from the Arverni Celts that named Auvergne, but rather than tracing "ArVERNI" to "Avaris" as you might expect, I would link the term to their city of GERGOne, noting also the similarity with the Varni nordics (of Polabia) to which I link both the Veres and the Varangians. Melissena was married to a Varangian leader...apparently linked to Angers/Anjou, for his name was Inger.

The Arverni lived smack beside the Audui of Autun (see map), and you may know that I trace Autun to Merovingian-related, Nibelung-based Hyksos from the Amarna (i.e. not the Nile-delta) region of Egypt. Not shown, the Lemnites and Sintians of Lemnos (also Hyksos) lived to the west of the Arverni. It is very possible that the so-called pseudo-Avars arose from the Varni, and therefore from the Arverni, but note the Avar and Avaris-like region of Avaricumo to the north of the Arverni and west of the Audui.

The Sequani to the east of Autun smack of the Saka (I say they were derived from "sega" = "to cut" and therefore from Latins, possibly from the Sicani of Sicily) that could have become the white-dragon Saxons. In any case, one could get the impression that Celts were by-and-large Hyksos branches of various sorts. We might suspect that the beaver symbol ("biber" in German) of the Oxford Veres traces to Bibracte, the capital of Autun, and that the elf symbol of the Veres traces to the Helvetii at Switzerland's Sion/Sitten theater.

Asking how the leading Pharisees of Jerusalem may have ended up in Khazaria, perhaps they took flight there in relation to the Jerusalem war of 70 AD, because they, as the Hyksos of Avaris, were from true Avars of Caucasia. Just read "Varisee."

Interestingly, the Pharisee (the "high-priest") under which Jesus was murdered was Joseph CAIAphas (an important Khazar "Jew" king was named Joseph), and wondering whether the name could link to mythical Kay/Cai, I checked the Wikipedia article just now to find that the name was also "Kayafa." If this now traces Mackays and therefore Mascis to Pharisees, then I take back what I said about nothing worse than being a Philistine or Hyksos. Now I say there's nothing worse than being a Pharisee bloodline from the Pharisee who killed Jesus.

REMEMBER, Kays/Cai's mythical father was Ector (from the Paris Hyko-Trojans; see yesterday's update), whom Wikipedia also calls "Cyner." English Kynes use the Kay colors, by the way.

For what it might be worth, the Irish Cohen/Kyne Coat uses a "fusil" symbol, and THERE IS a French Fusil surname...that is more properly "Fuzi/Fusi with many-varied suffixes. AHA! Entering "Fuss" brings up an English Fusewell/Fussel surname, using a "moline" (two-fingered) cross. BUT, still, I haven't a clue where the surname could derive that might help trace Khyan elements to Cohens or Khazars.

The Basil name of Byzantium comes to mind, as there were Basils who ruled in conjunction with the Rangabe rule of Byzantium. The French Basil/Bazil surname uses Fusil colors (in Arms-of-Anjou format), and while Fusils were first in Dauphine, Basils were first nearby in Burgundy...perfectly expected because Byzantines had ruled northern Italy. There is even a Bezin variation that very-likely honors Byzantium. The Bezan/Besant Coat uses the Vere and/or Massey Shield (all three use a white symbol in the top-left quadrant), the colors of Byzantium's "Macedonian" imperials. "The [Besant] name is derived from a coin called the byzantius, whose name is derived from the city of Byzantium, where they were minted."

I would therefore link the Fusils, and the Cohens/Kynes who use the fusil symbol in their Crest, to Byzantines. This link via the fusil is a first for me and supports the Cohen trace to imperial Rangabes. Rangabes ruled as per Michael I Rangabe.

I had traced "Rangabe" to "Anjevin" and therefore to Angers/Anjou -- and am glad that I kept a record of the Anger-surname Coat, because I've just searched all my files for "gold diamonds on blue," the Fusil symbol, I found that the English Anger Coat uses them too!!! Perfect: the write-up traces them to Angers, France. French Angers use Rangabe colors, and let's not forget that French Fers use the German Cohen Coat, used also, apparently, by the Italian Fulk and Massi surnames, not to mention the Scottish Stewarts.

I had suggested (years ago) a trace of the Anjou Fulks to TheoPHYLACtos Rangabe, father of Michael I Rangabe, and a link of Ingelger, patriarch of the Anjou Fulks, to Inger (the Varangian of Byzantium). It just struck me that Michael's wife, ProKOPIA (9th century AD), might be the cause of the "Copia" motto term in the Arms of Macclesfield, and for the Meschin and Masci lands of Copeland and Hopland respectively. The Hobbits from Byzantium???

Macclesfield was not a Meschin/Masci domain alone, but was first ruled by the D'Avranches, a term linking quite apparently to "Varangi(an)" and/or "Bernici(an)." Hmm, the lion on the Macclesfield Arms is blue on white, Rangabe colors reversed.

Remember, Io, the Argos goddess linked to Hyksos, was also made (by myth writers) a cow/BISon entity of Bosphorus>Byzantium. As bison are buffaloes (Greek=boubalos; French="bubale"), it jibes with the Bouillon surname that I think was "Bovillon=Bobillon," note that Zahringers, cousins of Veringens, used prairie-buffalo horns.

In my chapter wherein the buffalo link to "Bouillon" was mentioned, I added this quote: "Built as a fortress in the early 11th c., [the Duchy of Bouillon:] was ceded by the famous crusader Godefroy de Bouillon to the bishops of Liege, who owned it until 1678. From 1678 to 1795, it was an independent and sovereign territory under the La Tour family..." That could now suggest a Bouillon trace back to Tuaregs and Meshwesh. In fact, the Bouillon Crest is a Negroid Moor head! The La Tour surname of Languedoc uses the Spanish Moratin castle / tower in Rangabe colors.

The Hugo surname, using the Melusine symbol of the Babel/Bebel Coat, was first found in Basel. It's very conspicuous of the Melissena Rangabes out of Basil-rooted Byzantium.

Caiaphas was the son-in-law of Annas. Khyan's eldest son that never made it to the Hyksos throne was Yanassi. Strange coincidence just now as I'm suggesting a "Caiaphas" trace back to Khyan, also "KHAYan," elements. Searching "Yanassi" without 'Hyksos" brings up a multitude of "Ya Nassi" terms, possibly linking Khyan to the Nuzi>DioNYSUS Horites and/or Hurrians (see yesterday's update for more on that). The ruler after Khyan was Apophis, linked no doubt to mythical Io and her son, Epaphus.

Also, as "Khyan" is said roundly to trace to the Amorite name, "Hayan," I should add that the Rangabes ruled Byzantium just before the Amorian dynasty...which bloodline included, say many, emperor Basil.

ASK; why the "phas" ending of "Caiaphas," the same (common-Greek) ending as in "Epaphus"? AND, is it coincidental that Sadducees were traced by me to Boiotians (can't recall which chapter that's found in), bee-line peoples, and that Epaphus was from bee-line Abas>Abantians of Euboea???

A search just found the chapter, Mede-Cow Disease Finds Washington, I couldn't recall. In that chapter I mentioned the Boiotian link to Sadducees along with an Anan term as per Biblical Amorites of pre-Israel:

It's interesting that the father-in-law of the high priest (Caiaphas) under whom Jesus was crucified was named "Annas/Ananus," of the high-priesthood House of "Hannan." Annas had been high priest before Caiaphas, and was involved in the proceedings against Jesus which led to his execution. There was also Ananias, high priest who had the apostle Paul smacked in the mouth (Acts 23:2)...

...I've never seen "Anaria" before for what it must be, a nation formed from sons of Anar, brother of Eschol!...Isn't it conspicuous that the Greek form of these terms, "Athamas," was king in Boeotia, evoking the Sadducee sect, the Boethusians? Isn't it shocking how "Boethus" (reputed founder of Boethusians) evokes mythical "Boeotus/Boiotus," the character that I claimed as co-founder of British Atlantis? I'm suggesting that the Hebrew leaders of the various Kabala sects were named by their parents after their sacred terms (e.g. Boeotus, Caria, Cadusia, Anar, Anakites, Satyrs)..."

I mentioned in that chapter that the Great Seal of the United States uses "Annuit Coeptis" as motto code, signifying the Aegyptus cult (that I didn't know was from Avaris at the time, though I had linked it to the Mitanni) that ruled Argos. I linked the Annuit code to the Anaki giants, but NOW why not also to the Hyko-Amorite entity of Khyan???

Think of it, peoples, that the Freemasons founders of the United States trace themselves to the Pharaohs who not only held Israel as slaves, but to the "priests of God" who killed Jesus. The latter idea is thus-far tentative but promising, and, God willing, we will find the great-golden-goose egg of the draco-goon hunt.

I was amazed as it struck me that "omniBUS" was code for the Byzantine elements in the Meschin cult of Cheshire. I was thinking to link the English Kyne Coat to the English Ashes because the Coats are identical, and when the Ash Coat loaded, not remembering which surnames used "omnibus," there was the omnibus code in the Ash motto.

The Macclesfield (of Cheshire) Arms uses the Davenport (of Cheshire) crosslet (the Coat is similar to the Kyne and Ashes) because the two entities were related, at least geographically, but the Davenport write-up mentions the locality of Astbury, and that surname (first found in Cheshire) evokes the Ashtons that I link to Actons/Axtons because the Astbury Shield is the Acton Shield. I mention this, what I was going to forego today to spare readers (because they have read this before), only because of the omnibus motto term, but there is the further point that Actons should link back, not only to the Ector>Kay/Cai line of Troy-related Hyksos, but the "Jewish" murderers of the One and Only Son.

The Spanish Perez/Peres surname has Petra-using variations such as "Petreza," which could be indication of Petra roots in Edom. The statement earlier in this update page seems to apply: "Zowie, I came across the Shirley Sherrod story just now, and thinking that her surname might be linked to Carricks, sure enough the Sherrods were first in Cheshire, and they too use red roundels, on white like the Everests/Devreuxs. In fact, both Coats use "invidia" for motto terms!" NOW I find that English Petras/Peters use "invidia" (and mascles in Carrick colors).

I failed to mention when linking Cohens/Kynes to Byzantium that upon the corner of their Coat there is a "a red canton on which there is a bezant."

August 3

Government agents pay agents to spy for them, and Internet service providers provide for whom?

"A semi-secret government contractor that calls itself Project Vigilant surfaced at the Defcon security conference [August 1] with a series of revelations: that it monitors the traffic of 12 regional Internet service providers, hands much of that information to federal agencies, and encouraged one of its 'volunteers,' researcher Adrian Lamo, to inform the federal government...

...According to Uber, one of Project Vigilant's manifold methods for gathering intelligence includes collecting information from a dozen regional U.S. Internet service providers (ISPs). Uber declined to name those ISPs, but said that because the companies INCLUDED A PROVISION [caps mine; what other provisions do they "provide" to government agents?] allowing them to share users' Internet activities with third parties in their end user license agreements (EULAs), Vigilant was able to legally gather data from those Internet carriers and use it to craft reports for federal agencies. A Vigilant press release says that the organization tracks more than 250 million IP addresses a day and can "develop portfolios on any name, screen name or IP address."

Obama does care:

"President Barack Obama declared [yesterday] that the Iraq war was nearing an end 'as promised and on schedule,' touting what he called a success of his administration.";_ylt=AgvLsUXkPdHaIUGoiwyhv4T5SpZ4

He cares about the situation in Iraq only secondarily; his numero-uno concern at this time is to use the "promise" word, the one he himself used when campaigning for president. He wants American voters to think that he is keeping his promise, and that this is the meaning of his "success." Everything else pales in significance. Another article undermines his "success": "Obama said the combat mission will end by Aug. 31 'as promised and on schedule,' but the pullout was, in fact, preordained by the U.S.-Iraqi 'Status of Forces Agreement' that took effect before his inauguration in January 2009."

The article ends with a humiliation: "In one of the more partisan periods in recent U.S. political history, Democrat Obama finds himself relying overwhelmingly on Republicans for support in Afghanistan." Another article uses the conundrum word:

"The conundrum is that [Obama's] buildup in Afghanistan is supported more strongly by Republicans than by his own party. In the House, 102 Democrats voted against a war spending measure last week, 70 more than a year ago.

...'The people who love him don't support him on Afghanistan, and the people who support him on Afghanistan hate him.'

Moreover, the skepticism on Afghanistan comes at a time when Obama is weakened politically. His standing in Georgia is low enough, for example, that former Gov. Roy Barnes, running to reclaim his old office, chose to skip a Democratic fundraiser starring the president after his speech to the veterans."

The worse his political condition as the end of this years draws near, the more complicated it will be for Obama to allow the remaining forces in Iraq to enter combat operations against Insurgents. Expect Insurgents to test the waters of his "promise" progressively in graduated steps. In no way am I suggesting that God is for the murderous tactics of Insurgents; there will be harsh Punishment for such.

We could speculate: perhaps God arranged for Obama's dire political situation at this time, specifically for the purpose of causing him to keep his promise, which he might not have kept had his political numbers been still flying high. Perhaps the old theory is still true, that for the entrance of the anti-Christ into Iraq, it is necessary for Americans to leave. Perhaps the Americans in Iraq have been part of His "restraining" force, of 2 Thessalonians 2.

The "game" of "black flag" continues:

"Suspected al-Qaida militants killed five Iraqi soldiers in a brazen dawn attack [today] at a western Baghdad checkpoint and planted the terror group's black banner before fleeing the scene, officials said.

It was the second time in a week that al-Qaida's flag has appeared at the scene of an attack."

There's a movement, not to oust Americans from Iraq, but to take the Iraqi nation. The al-Qaeda flag may be in use to disguise the reality that this is a Sunni-Baathist movement...though in unison with al-Qaeda groups.

On how Maliki is approaching the pressure to have him step aside, see Maliki says impasse over Iraqi govt not his fault. He even claims that he is willing to step aside, which is the very image needed for his hopes in winning the Iraqi people's patience as per his refusal to step aside.

The Petras/Peters Coat, mentioned yesterday as pertaining to Carrick-based Hyksos, is an English one. The write-up tells that the surname derived in Flemings, who were the guts of the Templars, but the Petres/Peters family wishes for us to believe that the surname links back to the Apostle Peter.

When one enters "Peter" instead of "Petres," the very same Coat (both English) comes up but with a different write-up not mentioning toots in Flemings. Now they are merely a people derived from a "Petrus" and first found in Lincolnshire (keep in mind that Rhodes', whom I trace to Arados>Rhodes, were first in Lincolnshire). However, there is an alternative-English Peter Coat wherein the write up traces to Flemings, BUT the clan using this Coat was first found in Devon.

The latter Coat uses a central rook-species raven that has become known here as a symbol of the Rus vikings, who were likewise guts of Templarism. I had traced both Flemings and Rollo-Rus vikings to Transylvanian's Arad and Oradea locations. Although it wasn't a strong link, I linked Peters to Pattersons (I linked the latter potentially to Amalekites recently), first found in ROSS-shire, and I independently traced the Rosses of Ross-shire to the Arpad kings of Hungary...founded in part by the Arad/Oradea Rus.

The German Peter Coat looks like a simple variation of the last Coat mentioned above. The German Peters (also "Peer") were first found in the Palatinate, a term that begs investigation. It is said to derive in "palace," but perhaps that was only a secondary meaning. First, there was a Hungarian Palatinate. Second, the earliest Palatinate (defined as a sort of earldom) mentioned in Wikipedia's article on the Palatinates, is the "County Palatine of Lotharingia 915-1085." The Hohen-branch Cohens were of this group.

I found myself asking whether "Lothar" was indication for my suspicion mentioned yesterday, that the Petrus/Peters surname traces to Edomites of Petra (it's known that Esau's Edomite bloodline merged with Lotan's Horite bloodline in Seir, near Petra and part of a domain wherein Amalekites lived). Clicking the Lotharingia link: "The Palatinate emerged from the County Palatine of Lotharingia, which came into existence in the 10th century. During the 11th century, the Palatinate was dominated by the Ezzonian dynasty, who governed several counties on both banks of the Rhine." I recall the Ezzonian dynasty, having mentioned it before as a possible EDOMite entity.

I mentioned Ezzo in the second update of February, as I was discussing Ladislaus I, king of Hungary, who ruled not long after Andrew I...whose bloodline I had traced to the unknown "Andrew" known to be at the root of the Ross founders of Ross-shire. This Ladislaus I has been mentioned several times (by me) as a root of porphyria, and as one shown at Wikipedia (link above) with a red diamond on gold, a symbol discussed yesterday, e.g. of Thomas Randolph of Moray (beside Ross-shire and tracing to the Mures river on/off Arad and Oradea).

I had at least once mentioned that the symbolism surrounding the image of Ladislaus appears to include elephant trunks, and so it should be mentioned now that it was Edom's son, ELIPHAS, who mated with Lotan's daughter, Timna, to produce Amalek for a son.

The original point is, I had this in the second update of February:

Following the mother of the wife of Ladislaus, 'Richeza of Lotharingia (also called Richenza and Rixa; b. ca. 995/1000...), was a German noblewoman by birth member of the Ezzonen dynasty and by marriage Queen of Poland... There is a German/Austrian Esse/Hesse Coat, but the English Esse surname is registered under the Ash/Asch family...with yet another red cockatrice/wyvern in the Crest."

I was suggesting that the Ezzo dynasty became the Esau-like "D'Esse Court" from which the English Esses/Ashes derived. This surname was also part of yesterday's topic, using "omniBUS" as a motto term...and having a Coat identical to the Kynes whom I traced to Khazars, the allies of the pre-Hungarian Magyars. The English Esses/Ashes were first found in Devon, where one of the Peters clans were first found. Note that the German Esse/Hesse Coat uses the "Jewish" (i.e. Khazar] Cohen sun in the same colors, and that the latter uses the three Moray stars that I traced to the royal Piast Poles that were rooted in Moravians of the Mures.

The Moray Coat shown above uses "Deum" for a motto term, smacking of "Edom." I had traced it's scroll symbol to something similar in an Arms of Oradea. Remember from the last update page that "Lotan" can trace to a Rutenu term that easily links to Arados in Syria, suggesting that Lotan's Amalekites were the root of Arad and Oradea, more-anciently in Arados.

With the "nihil" term and Neil/Nihill surname coming up plenty lately as Hyksos-suspicious, I should add that the Scottish PETERsons also use "Nihil" as a motto term. Petersons, like Scottish Pattersons, use a pelican. The "sine" motto term of the Petersons brings up the Swan/Swayne surname among the Rus, using a Coat that is Mackay/Meschin and Wayne all over.

Like the Devon-based Peters, the Irish Pattersons use scallops on blue background. Not only might the camel symbol in the Patterson Crest be a symbol of Edom/Edomites, but the write-up traces to a Soducena/Sadducee-like term: "First found in Connacht, where [Cussanes/Pattersons] belonged to one of the eight Sodhans. The Sodhans were septs which were located in the Hy Many (Ui Maine) country, but whose ancestors were not of that group."

Entering "Many" gets an Esse/Ash-like Coat. Although it's not an Irish surname, the Many/Mayne/Mainey surname could trace to the German Mays/Mais of Rhineland, home of Palatinate elements. "Some of the first settlers of this family name...Heinrich May, a Hessian mercenary..."

THEN, there's an English Maine/Mayne surname, first found in Devon, that likewise uses thin chevrons (i.e. like the Manys/Mayneys of Kent). It's conspicuous, not just because we're expecting Edomites in Devon's circle of Peters clans, but because entering "Sodan" brings up a Sowden surname first found in Devon (!) AND using blue scallops on white, colors reversed from the scallops used by the Irish Patterson surname...the same Pattersons that are said to be from Sodhans on the Many bloodline!!

The derivation of the Sowdon/Sowton surname is said to be "south Down." There is a Dunn/Doun surname (Dunhams were also Downhams and Dounhams) using a key in Crest, symbol of the Sheaves>Shaw surname that I had linked tentatively to Hagar Ishmaelites (who merged to Esau's Edomites too), and an "habito" motto term that is possibly code for "Avvite." Likely, Dunns were, not just from Danes, but from Tanis-related Danaans that evolved in the British Danann. In that picture, the Many surname et all could have been from "Manoah," the entity depicted by Samson's father.

BINGO!! Am I glad to have taken the time to re-load the page above to find the other variations of the Sodhan Maines. One other variation, in the very title of the piece, shows "Manning," a Norse surname first in Cheshire AND USING "Esse" as a motto term!!! It also uses the symbol of the Samson Coat!!

Another variation in the piece is "Manion," with Mannyon alternative. The piece shows that Sodhans derive from a man of that name, son of Fiacha Aruidhe of Ulster...apparently of the Dal-Riada/Riata entity of Irish-Scots. The Aruidhe surname looks like "Rutenu," the plausible Egyptian alternative for "Lotan." Note in the footprint photo at Wikipedia's Dal Riata article that the footprint is inside what looks like a Zionist "star of David," the Ulster-flag symbol too.

The idea that "Sowdon" is derived from "south down" while the surname was first in DEVON suggests that the Down term/entity was in fact Devon itself, and therefore likely of the Dumnonii Danaans of Devon. I traced "Dumnonii" to "Timna(h)>Daemon" long before catching wind of Edomite links to Devon.

The question yet to be answered is whether "Palatine" was a term devised in the Ashkenazi-Jew region of Rhineland specifically to disguise roots in Palestine/Philistines.

It is very conspicuous that clicking from the German Baez Coat to the Italian Palazi Coat shows identicality, for there is a Spanish Baez surname doubling as "Pelaiz." The Palazi write-up traces to "Piazza del Duomo" in Milan/MAIland, and as one can see, "Piazzi" has no 'l' and smacks of "Baez."

In this picture, the "palace" derivation claimed for "Palatine" might in reality be in the piazza/plaza of the Italians, and in particular linked to the Baez/Pelaiz surname(s)...that I've linked to the Piast Poles, and Pollock surname of Paisley (Scotland). I have recently (third update of July) traced the Pelaiz and similar terms term back to Philistines.

The English Peters use "Invidia Major" for a motto, and should this be code for a Major surname, I would suspect the Illuminati-like Spanish Major/Maior/MayorDOMO Coat. French Majors/Mayors use the same lion head, in the same color, as the Sodan/Sowdon Crest.

IN FACT, there is a Spanish Plaza Coat in Baez/Pelaiz colors and using a greyhound, the symbol of the English Major/Mauger/Magor Crest! There are nine acorns in the oak tree of the Plazas, who by the way were first found in the Vizcaya ("Biscay," I take it) part of Basque country. Hmm, Baez>Bas(que)???

I recall tracing Basques to "sheer Philistines," and I think that was when I was concentrating on the Pelaiz surname last.

The write-up of the French Majors/Mayors, perhaps not coincidentally: "Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Nicolas Mayeu, originally of Beauvais, who married Françoise PLASSAN..." (caps mine). Entering "Plasse" gets a Pelaiz-like surname in the DuPlaix variation of the French Plessis clan.

August 4

Good timing Tim!

I was wondering yesterday whether the Dunn surname with Doun and Down variations was a disguised form of "Edom" rather than a variation of "Dane," and in that theory I expected some Dum-like variations that don't appear in Dunn/Doun/Down Coats. But leave it to Tim; he not only found that "Doom" brings up the English Down/Doun Coat, but found surnames using owls that also bring up the Scottish Dunn Coat with "habito" (i.e. like "Avvite") motto term.

For example, entering "Odon" brings up that Dunn Coat but also an English Oldan/Oldham Coat using owls. There is no guarantee that this surname derives in "Old."

Tim found the Irish Dune/Dunn Coat with "A-bu" motto term, smacking of mythical Abas (what I say was the Avvites to Greece). The full motto of the Scottish Dunns is "Mecum habito," which brings the Arab "holy" site of Mecca to mind. The Crest uses a holly bush with a lizard, which would seem to apply to the nordic goddess, Holle/Holla. CHECKING JUST NOW, after writing all of the above, I find that she was also "HOLDA/Hulda/Hilda"!!! That SHOULD apply to the Oldham/Odon surname with owls. Tim found that the same Coat pops up when entering "Odien." But both "Odien" and "Odan" are registered in the Scottish Dunn family.

Holle was also "Frau Holle," smacking of Frisians, and while we might expect that Danes>Dunns merged with her cult, the Dunn term could link more closely to "Odin" than to Danes proper, explaining the Odan/Odien terms in the Dunn family. One website tells: "It is quite commonly accepted under scientific researchers (and their many neo-pagan followers) of germanic mythology in the past (f.i. Golther 1895) and present (f.i. G”ll 1991), that Frau Holle is one of the names, given in several areas in Germany to the wife of Wodan (Odin)..." Interestingly, as I trace Frisians to Phrygian "frogs," Odin's official wife was made "Frigg," suggesting that Holle was an aspect of Frigg's Phrygians.

Recalling yesterday's discussion on Esse/Hesse, see this from the article above: "Where Frau Holle seems to originate from the area which is now the northern part of the german state of Hessen, so originates Berchta or Perchta from what is now the german state of Bavaria." We then read that the cult was linked to Hohens of Frederick Barbarossa: "So is there f.i. the legend, that Queen Holle does the housekeeping of the 'sleeping' emperor Barbarossa, who will awake when Germany is in ultimate danger." Being told that she was worshiped at a rock called, Hohlstein/Hollestein, the Holstein region of northern Germany/southern Denmark should prove to be linked to her cult. Wikipedia's article on Holstein traces to "the Holcetae, a Saxon tribe mentioned by Adam of Bremen as living on the north bank of the Elbe, to the west of Hamburg."

The Holstein-surname Crest is A stag between a pair of blue wings, each charged with a gold star. The stag and star are seen as the symbol of the English Dunns/Douns/Downs.

The stag with star are also in the Dutch Hole Coat, and because I know for a fact that the Dutch Berg/Burgh(er) Coat at once showed the triple red chevron on gold used by the Dutch Holes (not to mention the Rollo Clares), I can now link the Dutch Bergs/Burghs to the Holla cult, not only because I traced Bergs to German counts of the Rhine region of Germany (i.e. close to Hesse where the Holla cult was found), but because the boudicca article above links Holle to a Berchta/Perchta goddess, adding: "Giving blessings, warnings and urgings [Frau Holle] wanders under the names of Holle or Berchta through the spinningrooms of Hessen."

Knowing that Cheshire traces to the Catti of Hesse, this is all conspicuous as pertaining to the Meschin bloodline, which was at first the BRIQUESsart surname...that originated in the Malahule character of the Danish Rollo-Rus bloodline. In fact, entering "Hole" also brings up the English Hall/Haul surname using talbots (a Meschin-related symbol). Also, it's known that Meschins of Cheshire had been from the Contvilles, otherwise described as "D'Burgho."

The talbot dog also appears in the English Holly/Hollie Coat, said to be a Flemish surname. The Rhine leads right up into Holland, and Holle is thought to have depicted that nation too.

I have gotten a theory that works well. When reading an article on the Holcetaea founders of Holstein, I thought that these particular Celts were, not from "Hol," but from a "Holc" term in Greece, and that evoked the Alki-termed giants of Greece which included the mother of Hercules, ALCmene (I see that term as a cross between the Alki and the Maeonians). Alcmene was made a daughter of ELECTryon (son of Perseus), even more evocative of the HOLCETaea. It's clear that the Alki giants were from the "giant" Anakites, for the mother of Alcmene was made Anaxo, daughter of Alcaeus.

This theory can explain why the Holstein-surname Coat uses a savage holding a club, the latter being a symbol of Hercules. You get it: Hercules led to the Danaan>Danes, thus making this entire discussion on the Dunns and Odans pertain to the Samson>Hercules cult in Britain.

I recall that Meschins of Yorkshire named their daughters, "Alis/Alice," what could have been derived ultimately from the Alki giants. There is a French Alex/Alesse surname first found in Normandy, and using a red eagle, the symbol of the Fertes (= basis of the Cheshire Maceys/Mascis whom likely re-named the Briquessarts to "Meschin"). The English Alis Coat uses the Macey and Mackay bear, in the same colors. The bear is said to be dressed with a muzzle, which could be yet another Macey/Massey symbol.

I had never acknowledged the muzzle, so far as I can recall, and I now find a Muzzle surname listed under the Mussel family...which I would link to Musselburgh, Lothian, where the Catti-descended Keiths/Keaths lived, whom I trace to the Catti founders of Cheshire. Remember, entering "Mascal" brings up the Keith Coat. AND LOOKIE: the Mascal/Keith motto is "Veritas vincit," while the Alis motto is "Vincit veritas." The Mascal/Keith Crest is a stag, likely linking to the stags-with-star seen above.

ZOWIE, I had traced the Mussel surname to the Meshwesh of Libya, and they to the Muzzi surname of Italy, which uses a star(burst), GOLD (!!), just like the Holstein star. The Muzzi star appears to be an eight-pointed star, on blue, just like the Polish Alex star!! The gold stars in the Holstein-surname Crest are each on a BLUE (!) wing, and the wings are on each side of a stag. [This paragraph was written after I had written the below; this paragraph and the one above it was inserted here between the below and the above on Alex/Alesse surname as a result of finding the muzzle clue, which clue and topic just happens to fit right into the Polish Alex topic below. Amazing!]

AND, the only other Alex Coat is a Polish one. Mascis>Meschins were recently traced (by me) to Mieszko, king of Poland!! This Alex Coat shows an eight-pointed star in gold, the color of the star in both the Holcetaea flag (see webpage above) and the Holstein-surname Coat. The Holcetaea webpage shows the starburst in many points, and the Arms of Holstein looks like a many-pointed starburst. AND, the Alex write-up could expose links back to Kos of Edom: "The family were associated with the royal tribes of KOScieza (caps mine) and Srexiawa."

The maid of Alcmene, Galanthis, smacks of the Gelanor character that ruled Argos before being tossed out by the coming of the Danaus-branch Danaans. It is thought by me that Gelanor depicted the historical Geloni among the red/blonde-haired Budini (I'm thinking "Woden"), and I did suggest (years ago) a trace of the Geloni to "Holland." Hmm, in the article: "In Greek mythology, Galanthis (or Galinthis) was the red-gold haired servant of Alcmene..."

In other words, the Galanthis line of Geloni could be the root of Holle, but as Galanthis was made related to the Hercules line, the son of Hercules, Hyllus, comes to mind. The capital of Holstein is Kiel, perhaps named after Hyll(us) elements.

Hmm, I had traced the Kyle surname to the Arms of Flanders, a black lion on gold (itself from the Hohens of Germany). I now find that the Dutch Holste Coat -- this surname being a variation of the Holstein surname -- uses what looks like a version of the Arms of Flanders. In this picture, king Cole (to whom the Kyles trace themselves) was of Holle elements of the Holstein line, AND being in the midst of tracing the line further back to Edom, it is conspicuous that the Cole motto uses "Deum Cole." This Cole Coat is in the colors of the Arms of Flanders.

The Cole surname is said to derive from "coll," but I'll venture a trace to the Irish Holly surname registered under the Cullen/Colin family. It uses Melusine as Crest. It's now more important that the English Holly/Hollie surname is said to be Flemish i.e. from Flanders.

To clinch the Kyle link to the Hollys, the latter Holly surname used Kyle-Coat colors. AND, Kyles used an Arm with Scimitar, seen in the Holly/Hollie Crest. The same colors are in the German Kole/Koell Coat. Perhaps not surprisingly, English Collars/Collards use Moor heads, suggesting links to the Bouillon Moor head and therefore to the Bouillon Flemings.

Last I dealt with Kyle links to Poles, I had traced them to Celts/Kelts/Colts (of Perthshire) and Colters, ultimately to KOLODziej, the Piast founder...from Samsonite/Philistine elements. The expected election situation in Iraq has been confirmed by the article below, that where Shi'ite blocks split apart, as they are in the midst of doing due to Maliki's refusal to step down, Allawi's party becomes the largest, and is therefore legally responsible for forming the government. Just skip the re-hash in the article.

On this day that reports an assassination attempt against Ahmadinejad, we also hear that Iran has the missile system that Russia said it didn't deliver. However, i heard some days ago that Azerbaijan bought the missile system from Russia, and then "sold" it to Iran. That's a "trick" allowing Putin and his military to declare that they did not deliver the system to Iran after all, even after signing a contract to do so:

"A semiofficial Iranian news agency says Iran has obtained four S-300 surface-to-air missiles despite Russia's refusal to deliver them.

The Fars news agency said Wednesday that Iran has obtained two missiles from Belarus and two others from another unspecified source."

Many are insisting that Israel will strike Iran imminently. But first, why not try to assassinate: "On Monday [two days ago], during a speech to a conference of expatriate Iranians in Tehran, Ahmadinejad said he believed he was the target of an assassination plot by Israel. 'The stupid Zionists have hired mercenaries to assassinate me,' he said."

August 5

Kabyles were Berbers/Amazighen. The Berber/Kabylie symbol looks like a double-trident (see end of page), a symbol going back to Poseidon=Pisidians (wasn't there a trident in one of the Coats shown yesterday?). Pisidians just happened to be a fellow tribe of the Cabelees. Big HMMM.

As mythical Kybele was married to the transvestite, Attis, note that the artistic characters portrayed at the top of the Kabyles webpage look like feminine males. We don't forget that Berbers were from Anatolian Amazons, and that the latter were myth-icized as a female-only branch of humanity.

The following is conspicuous in light of a trace of the Kybele cult (of Phrygia) to Heneti>Veneti>Vandal Paphlagonians:

"Except for the Germanic clan known as the Vandals, no other peoples have ever cohabitated with [the Kabyles] on their territory - neither the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Turks or the French."

The statement is not likely correct technically, as the Kabyles were likely a branch or mix of Pisidian Phoenicians. One main reason that they remained unconquered is that they lived in the peaks of the Atlas mountains. I trace the naming of the Atlas mountains to Antalya/ATTALeia...of Pisidia. Not likely a coincidence.

There is every reason to argue that Pisidians, and Plato's Atlas-based Atlanteans, were a major part of the Hyksos "Sea Peoples." This gets us nicely to the next topic, as per "Emailer Patterson," whom I'll call her, who happens to be the one that sent in an email tipping us off on the Kabyles to begin with (although Julie, who I think is still reading, was the first to tip me off back in 2006).

Emailer Patterson has been doing some digging on the Khyan term from the Hyksos of Egypt. She reminded me that "Kyhan" is said by some to be a variation of "John." I didn't mention that to you because I wasn't convinced of it, but the things dug up by E. Patterson has convinced me that the Khyan cult, perhaps over long centuries, was Christianized to the John surname (ironic once again that Satan's people should end up linking themselves to Apostles of Christ). This is especially important because I had linked the Piast Poles to the Polish Janina clan, and then traced the latter primarily to the John/McIan surname of Scotland...which in my eyes (with Kane/Kain/Kean variations) was potentially an Irish Cohen branch, something that now tends to support a Khyan=Cohen equation.

It was E. Patterson who found the John/McIan Coat when entering "Kayan." That is remarkable. Note the MacDonald ship, likely a symbol of the Sea Peoples known as Danaans>Danann (for the MacDonalds were the Irish Domnann of Somerled, likely from the Somerset Dumnonii). Also, as Hercules represented the Danaan sea peoples, note that the Johns/MacIan were first found in ARGYLLshire, for the Greek Danaans ruled Argos. Of course, that picture evokes the Argo ship (i.e. the MacDonald ship is secretly the mythical Argo), which was made, by at least one myth writer, to sail around the British Isles and to Scandinavia.

BUT, as Hercules rode to western Atlantis (i.e. Erytheia) in a ship of Helios in the shape of a (gold) cup/grail, note the very rounded shape of the MacDonald hull. Beside the ship there is a "buckle," which is what clinched (for me) the trace of the Johns/MacIans to the Janina in the first place, because I had known that the Sobek/Sobieski Poles, thanks to FE who married one, use the same buckle (in purple), and that the Sobek surname was part of the Janina clan. (My Find feature shows that the Janina topic was mentioned first in the 5th and 6th updates of last August, and again in the third and fourth updates of the following September.)

E. Patterson is already somewhat convinced that this buckle symbol is a Hyksos and/or Khyan symbol, which brings up my theory, that it had at first been a horseshoe and nail symbol. That aptly serves as a Hyksos symbol, especially as pharaoh Kyhan is the one credited with bringing horse-drawn carts/chariots to Egypt.

I had linked the Scottish Johns to the Irish Keons with Kewan variation because that clan too is said to derive in "John." I didn't think of pharaoh Khyan at the time that I was concentrating on these links, but as I then linked the Keons to the Irish Kanes/Cain for obvious fish and elbow reasons, NOTE NOW the Kayne variation of the Kanes!!

The Kane surname is said to derive in "Cathain," but one never knows whether it was the original derivation. The terms smacks of "Cassane," the alternative surname of the Irish Pattersons. Ironic. AND TRUE, because the Irish Cassane/Patterson Coat uses a black lion on white, the Kane symbol!!

Note the blood drops with the Cussane/Patterson lion, because E. Patterson also emailed the Welsh John Coat, and she suggested that the axes in the Crest are evidence of a Hyksos past. AND MORE IRONIC STILL, the Welsh John surname shows a Jones variation, wherefore look at what we find when entering "Jones": a Welsh Jones/Jonas Coat using a lion and blood droplets!! The Jones/Jonas lion is in the colors of the Cussane/Patterson scallops.

The "Heb" motto term of the Jones/Jonas Coat smacks of Hebe, daughter of Hercules, because the Sam/Sammes Coat is likewise a lion with blood drops. This lion is in the colors of the Flanders lion, discussed yesterday as linking to the Kyles/Coles of Colchester=Camulodunum=Camelot.

As Helios was from Rhodes, and as the Danaans of Rhodes were at Lindos, it seems a shoe-in that the Hercules-Helios Sea Peoples ended up in Lincolnshire (named after "Lin/Linden), where the Rhodes surname first appeared. BUT the English John/Jones surname, using the same crow and axe symbols as the Welsh counterpart, was also first found in Lincolnshire, exactly as expected if the John/Jones surname was allied with the Samson-cult Sam/Sammes surname (remember, I trace Biblical "Samson" to the Armenian god, Sames). BUT of greater importance NOW, the John/Jones surname should finally be revealed as the Khyan-based Hyksos among the Samson cult.

What a stroke of "luck" today, for I had gleaned that the Jones surname was originally from the pagan Levite priest of the Samson-related part of the book of Judges, for his name was "Jonathan." Do you understand??? The Samson story, and the subsequent Danite stories afterward, were mythical to a large degree, and "Jonathan" was given as code for the Levite priest because he depicted the Khyan-branch Hyksos, evoking the idea of yesterday (or was it the day before that?) that "Khyan" is a form of "kagan=priest" and "cohen=priest."

Entering "Jonathan" brings up the German Jonas(h) surname! WHAT'S MORE, I entered this surname just now, at least a couple of hours after E. Patterson showed the rooster in the "Jewish" Hahn Coat (no variations shown); the Jonathan/Jonas Coat shows rooster heads! The German Hahns use the same rooster, and show a Hahen variation, evocative of the Hohen-branch Cohens. Hahns/Hahens were first found in Mechlenburg, not far from Holstein (see yesterday's Holle topic).

The crow/raven symbol of the Welsh Johns and Jones then evokes the roosters used in the Crow Coat; it was suggested not long ago that the rooster is a symbol of the crow-line Rus (Sinclair-Rus use the rooster too) because roosters crow. It's COMPLETELY IRONIC that E. Patterson showed the Crow Coat to me this morning in conjunction with the Hahn roosters, BECAUSE the Crow Crest is the Cussane/Patterson camel!!

It is obvious that E. Patterson has become a part of this topic, over a long haul, because her Patterson bloodline (not her surname) would help to unveil the things that are now beginning to unravel. It all goes back to the Hyksos, something that she is very interested in aside from knowing me.

YS just emailed some days ago to say that a Republican candidate with Cain surname could end up beating Obama in 2012. Interesting thought in light of the topic at hand.

As Pattersons were first in Connacht, and as I trace that term to Irish Cohens, who appear to be descended from hound-like terms that morphed into "Conn," perhaps Connacht was founded by Khyan-honoring Hyksos. Wikipedia's Connacht article traces the term to Conn of the Hundred Battles, which symbolism evokes the mythical Hecatonchire (= 100 hands) whom I have a mind to identify as code for Hyksos in Greece.

It's interesting that while I do not think that Khyan" meant or was derived from any version of "John," his son was named Yanassi, what could morph into Jan terms...such as "Janina." I imagine that "Yanassi" was intended to mean "Khyan-assi." Imagine, then, if it's correct to identify Yanassi as the child-prince whom the Tenth Plague killed. Thanks to E. Patterson and some earlier work of the Janina, we have a ready trace of those wicked Hyksos to the Irish Kanes et al. We might now be interested in flooding those surnames with efforts in seeking further Hyksos clues. this is the toe of the dragon that we are not supposed to step on. BUT WHAT THE HECK, let's step as painfully as we can!

Connacht has five counties, four of which seem Atlantean or Rus associated: Galway (the Galli among the Kabeiri?), Leitrim (Leto/wolf-based Lydian?), Mayo (Maia, daughter of Atlas?), and Roscommon.

What's amazing-on-amazing is that E. Patterson found the Patria Coat with Patterson colors, and scallops (the Patterson symbol too). The Petrias are more-properly Peters and/or Patricks, says the write-up, and Scottish Pattersons are said to be from "Patrick," wherefore it's very likely that the Patrias were Pattersons. I'm thinking here that these were named in honor of Petra of Horite Seir in Edom.

I was sharing with her early this morning that the red scallops on white of the Patria Coat linked to the same of the Tancred Coat...because I had traced Cussane-Pattersons to the GUIScards, sons of Tancred. As Guiscards were the southern Rus linked to Tunisian/Carthiginian and/or Samson-related Saracens, I shared that the Patria Coat staghead reminds me of the staghead in the Hanna Coat and/or the stag in the Crest of the Han/Hand surname of Cheshire. I trace the latter two surnames to Hannibal-named Carthiginians.

The main point was the similarity between "Hanna/Han" with "Jan." The amazing-on-amazing came as I checked the Jan surname minutes ago, after writing on potential Yanassi links to "Jan." RED SCALLOPS ON WHITE!!!

MOREOVER, E. Patterson had found another red scallop of her own in the German Johannes Coat! I know the red scallop of the English Sabine/Savona-surname Coat too, and I do trace Sabines/Safini and Samnites of Italy to the Daphne-branch Hyksos, who later became the Savona/Safin surname and Dumnonii Celts of Devon.

As the Cussane term is said to derive in both the Irish "Casain" and Anglo "Kissane," let's look at the Kissane Coat (a red-on-white stag). It first of all uses a "nihil" motto term, which could be code for the Neils at the root of the Connacht bloodline (Cussanes/Pattersons were first in Connacht). Second, it was (2nd update in February) months ago) the Guissane variation that first clinched the Patterson link to the Guiscards. The Cashman variation suggests links to the Cass/Cash surname, the Coat of which is a shield-on-shield, the definition of heraldic "Janina." Note at that link that the Janina Arms is also "Tarcza/Tarczy," perhaps a Tuareg" variation in Poland. THERE IS a Polish Tarczy Coat, using a heron.

Just learned that the Irish Hand surname, also Lavan, was first in County Mayo and County Roscommon. No surprise. I had linked this clan to the Cheshire Han(d)s because it uses the symbol (red diamonds on gold) of Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray, who I trace back to Cheshire Meschins.

As County Leitrim is also in Connacht, note in the Arms of Leitrim, not only it's black-on-gold lion (borrowed from O'Rourke) that traces to the similar Arms of HohenStaufen and no doubt to the Hohen-related Arms of Flanders, but the so-called "water fountains," a symbol used by the English Cass/Cash Coat, thus confirming that the Casses/Cashes were of Kissane/Cashman, and therefore Cussane/Patterson, stock. Hmm, why JOHNNY Cash? The Leitrim Arms were

August 6

Yesterday's topic was incredible. I am FULLY convinced that Khyan- and Yanassi-honoring "Hyksos" became the Welsh Jones/Jones, Scottish Johns>Ians, Irish Kanes/Kaynes, and Polish Janina. It's amazing how these surnames had already been dealt with as the idea was presenting itself that Khyan-honoring Hyksos should trace to Western entities I had been stressing. Compare "Jones and "Janis" to "Yanassi," and then compare the latter to the "Biblical Jonathan.

Looking for an online quote on Jonathan for your better understanding of the situation, I came across the following quote mentioning the "Danite" locale of Mahanen," smacking of the Maghan/Mann surname that is also "Mahan," which surname I linked to the Irish roots of king Arthur's cult. Memory fails me early this morning on whether or not I stressed a solid Maghan/Mann link to the Maeonian/Maenad line of Samson and his potential-mythical father, Manoah, but it is certainly an expectation. The point now is, mythical Manoah could have depicted the Mahanen location:

"The Danites were encamped at Mahaneh-Dan or the camp of Dan which is in Kirjath-jearim in Judah. From there they went into Ephraim and removed the teraphim and idols from the house of Micah and established Laish and set up Micah's graven image in the house of God all of the time that it was at Shiloh[,] and Jonathan the son of Gershom the son of Manasseh the Levite, and his sons were priests there (Jdg. 18:12-13, 30-31)."

I don't of course believe that Jonathan was a grandson of Levy, but that the writers of this account were idolatrous liars, and sons of the devil, making up a code-laden story for to equate themselves -- Hyksos out of Tanis -- with Dan-based Israelites. I'm not seeking to coerce any reader to agree with me, but feel that this is the story that I must stick to if ever we are to know the Hyksos realities. I tried my best to keep my Samson views out of the Ladon book/topic, but finally risked all credibility in publishing it because I felt it was key to the dragon hunt.

One wants to check out the Janis surname in search of Yanassi-honoring Westerners, and that brings up the Jan Coat presented yesterday. It uses scallops and therefore traces to Sicily. But as I trace scallops also to Euskals=Basques, it's not likely a coincidence that the Welsh John Coat uses "pascit" as a motto term. The John surname was first found in CarMARTHEN (named after Carthage elements?), a location linked by others to Myrddin=Merlin the warlock.

Note the red-on-white scallops, and the blue lion holding a red symbol, of the Jan/Janis Coat, and compare with the red-on-white roses, and blue griffin holding a red symbol (a heart), of the Jay Coat, two surnames that could be identical stock because the Jan page shows a JEYnes variation.

The J'Anes variation brings to my mind that Hannibals of Carthage/Tunisia may have been named in honor of Yanassi/Khyan elements. It is very possible that, wounded by the Great Defeat, the Hyksos out of Egypt built a rally-cult under the name of Khyan's bloodline.

IT IS VERY CONSPICUOUS that Jays were first if Herefordshire, where shield-on-shield Sellicks/Seliocks -- and therefore the Western Seleucids -- were first found, for the Tancred write-up links the family to an Antioch location, the name of the Seleucid capital in Syria.

The Jays -- apparently a Rus peoples -- are said to be from a Gai location in Normandy, and that smacks of mythical Kay/Cai/Cauis, who I traced (tentatively) to the Gaius-named Roman emperors, but also to the GUIScard, sons of red-scalloped Tancred. The English Gay Coat uses scallops too, in the colors of Coruna in northern/Basque Spain. Gays were from Gay in Manche, that latter term linking (as per my traces) to the Maghan/Mann surname that itself linked, not only to the Isle of Man(x), but to the scallop-symbolized Sicels (see "Sic nos sic" motto phrase).

Did you read yesterday's update wherein the rooster symbol was mentioned beginning with the "Jewish" Hahn/Hahen Coat? The Italo-French Gays use the same rooster. It's exactly the Sinclair-Crest rooster (sorry for the repitition, but now we're linking the Rollo Rus to Khyan Hyksos), and I had independently traced the Sinclair/Rollo Rus to Savoy elements; the rooster-using Gays were first in Savoy. Also, the Sinclair surname was first found in Manche.

I've mentioned before that the Belgian Gay Coat looks linked to the Hixons/Hicksons of Cheshire.

I figured that "Kyhan" morphed into some S-using terms, and found the Sheehan Coat using an olive branch in the beak of a dove. The Tancred Crest is an An olive tree fructed. The Sheehans are Irish and might link to CUSSane-branch Pattersons (of Ireland), whom I've traced to Guiscards. The point is, the Sheehan write up traces to the surname, "O Siodhachain," smacking of the Sodhan clan to which the Cussane/Patterson write-up traces. The Sheagan variation is similar to the "kagan" term that I see developing from "Khyan." The Sheehan Coat is in the colors of the Patterson scallops.

That paragraph is a very good clue for identifying Sodhans with the Khyan-branch Hyksos, especially if other Sheehan-like surname link to Hyksos elements. There are Sheen and Shean surnames, but both bring up the Sheehan Coat. Trying "Shine," an Irish surname from County Mayo turns up, and that's very Patterson-interesting. I've discussed this surname before because it's the "fox" surname from "sionnach," wherefore I expect it to be linked to the Sionism of the Guiscard Rosicrucians/Templars.

The Shine(r) surname is traced to the Ui Fiachrach clan, which I think was the same as, or included, Hy Fiachra at the root of the Irish Cohens/Koynes.

BINGO!! I've always wondered to what the white-on-blue dove of that Cohen surname linked, and it happens to a dove in the same position and colors as per the Sheehans!!! What a great break!!! In the very search for Sheehan links to the Khyan>Cohen line, there we have it!!!! Like the Cussanes/Pattersons, the Cohens were first found in CONNacht, and Mayo (where Shines were first found) is in Connacht. (We might wonder whether the "acht" part of the term links with Ectors/Actons, perhaps even "Acte," the early name of Attica ruled by mythical Ogyges = Tunisia-branch Hyksos ruling in Athens as the Cecrops snake line.

Hmm, just learned of a Shannon river in Connacht, called the "Abha na Sionainne" or "an tSionna" in Irish. The river flows past Carrick-on-Shannon in the north, and Limerick in the south. The Sheehans were first in Limerick!!! As you can see at the river's map in the link above, Limerick is smack at the Shannon airport, thus tending to support a Shannon=Sheehan equation. The Luimneach and Luimnigh versions of the location smacks of Lemnos/Lemnites. AND, zowie:

The earliest settlement in the [Limerick/Luimneach] city, Inis Sibhtonn, was the original name for King's Island during the pre-Viking and Viking eras.

Sibhtonn??? As in the Sithones (that could have been Sintians of Lemnos) that I trace to Sion/Sitten in Switzerland?

Let's take another look at the Sionnach clan called "Shiner": "This most ancient Irish surname is derived from Sionnach, the Fox, an epithet used by the Chief of the Irish Cathernaigh Clann, a branch of the northern Ui Fiachrach." Cather(naigh)? The Irish Kane/Kayne surname (using three white fish) appeared in Gaelic as "Cathain." Then, when we enter "Cather," we get a Coat (English) using white salmon haurient. Although I don't yet know what species of fish the Kanes/Kaynes use, the Salmon-surname uses the same fish as the Scottish Hykes/Hacks (and Cabots), suggesting that the Cathers/Caters and therefore the Cather-based Shiners were, as I already suspect, Hyksos.

I expect the Shannon river to have been settled and named by Khyan-based Hyksos. The Scottish Shannon/Shennan write-up traced to the "Irish Gaelic name O Seanain," but unfortunately there is no Sean or Shawn Coat. Recalling the location, Carrick-on-Shannon, it's conspicuous that the Shannon/Shennan Crest is a black talbot, the symbol exactly of the Scottish Carrick Coat! The Carricks were on the Shannon. Why?

A look at the Cannon surname is in order, said to be derived from "cano" = wolf. The Irish Cannon/Cannan Coat is a shield-on-shield and similar to the Shannon/Shennan Coat. Cannons/Cannans were first found in Tirconnell, a term smacking of the Lydian entity of Tarchon that moved to Etruscan-ville. I expect Lydians in Lietrim of Connacht. The Anatolian god, Tarhun, might also apply:

"[Tarhun] is depicted holding a triple thunderbolt and a weapon, usually an axe (often double-headed) or mace. The sacred bull common throughout Anatolia was his signature animal..."

Tarhun's wife, Hebat/Kheba, smacks of the Hebrew side of the Hyksos, suggesting a Tarhun link to the Hebros and Kikon duo of Thrace. She is linked in her Wikipedia article to the Kabeiri of Kybele, and in fact Tarhun was given birth from the Anu cult using a homosexual picture. As Tarchon was the brother of Tyrrhenus, whom I trace to Tyre, it may not be coincidental that Tirconnell is also "TYRconnell":

" more commonly referred to as County Donegal, although the Kingdom and later Principality of Tyrconnell was broader than that, including parts of Sligo, Leitrim (present day Republic of Ireland), Tyrone..."

Sligo = Seleucus elements? I dunno.

Tyrone should link to Tyrconnell. The Cannons (of Tyrconnell) are likely of the Gannon/Gannan surname, first found in Connacht's County Mayo. The Tyrconnell/Donegal region was ruled by Donnels/Donalds, and that brings us back to the symbolism in the John>MacIan Coat. Note the raven in the Donnel Crest, used by the Welsh Johns and Jones.

Entering "Ian" brings up an English Ion/Ione surname, and as the MacIans were first in ARGYLLshire, the Ion clan should trace to mythical Io of Argos. That suggests that Johns>MacIans could have been from the same. The island of Iona in the Hebrides (north of Argyllshire) come to mind. Io depicted the Argos relations of the Hyksos.

The Kean variation of the MacIans brings up a distinct Kane/Kayne Coat, using the Kane fish. And, like the Kanes, the Keans/Kaynes were first found in county Londonderry, beside Tyrone. Londonderry could derive from Dorian elements: "The place name Derry is an anglicisation of the old Irish Daire (Modern Irish Doire) meaning oak-grove or oak-wood." I traced Dor of Israel to mythical Dryas (said to mean "oak") on the Hebros, near the Greek Dorians.

Just as I was about to check the Keen surname as a likely Sheehan and/or Kane variation, I read: "This new county [of Londonderry] would comprise the then County Coleraine, which consisted of the baronies of Tirkeeran, Coleraine, and Keenaght..." Suddenly, it appears that Connacht was named after the Keen clan. Unfortunately, entering "Keen" brings up only the Kean/Kayne Coat...with Cahan variation smacking of the Kagan variation of the "Jewish" Cohens. As you can see, the Kean/Kayne Coat is in Cohen colors. It's motto uses "Felis," perhaps code for the Felix clan of Italy...that I traced to Philistines amongst Hyksos. The Kean/Keon surname is also "Clusky," mysterious enough.

NOW, as it's strongly suspect that Sionists were from Guiscard Rus, and because it's known that Robert Guiscard (called "The Fox") was from the Rollo-line Rus, it's conspicuous that entering "Seen" brings up the Sinclair Coat (Rollo was a Claro>Sinclair). The Singular variation of the Sinclairs was (months ago) tied to the Sionnach=Fox clan of the Shine(r) surname because entering "Shing" brings that surname up. The new point now is that the Seen surname -- and therefore Sinclairs -- were likely Keens/Kanes/Kaynes et al from the Exodus pharaoh, Kyhan.

Tim would be interested in the owls of the Slice surname, which I entered seeking Sligo elements, the Surname is Sleigh, Sleech, Sliach, Sleth, Sleight, and Sley. This clan held a location of Ashe, which term, along with the scallop symbol, is traced by me-lonely to Ashkelon of Edomite/Avvite importance. The Slice Coat is in the colors of the German Ash/Asch Coat, and the latter uses the triple chevron in the colors of the same of the SINGLEtary Coat. The latter surname likely links to the Singular variation of the Sinclairs, and to the Shing variation of the Shines/Sionnachs. In Germany, this Asch/Aschen/Ascher surname likely pertains to the Ashkenazi "Jews," thought to be from Hebrew kagans among the Khazars.

The Keon/Kewan Coat uses the same fish as the Keans/Kaynes and Kanes, and this surname was first in Sligo. The red hand in the Coat was traced (by me) to the Miletian colonies of AbKHAZIA in the Caucasian part of the Khazar theater. In Ulster, the Keons/Kewans were "Mac Eoins," which explains why the Keon term is said to derive in "John," as is said of the Ian surname.

It therefore becomes suspect that the so-called "Red Jews" who ruled Khazars were yet another Hyksos branch...from Khyan's cult, but also from his successor, Apophis, whom I trace to Io elements. The "coincidence" that the Kyhan-like surnames of Ireland link to Ions/Ians/Eoins suggests that Khyan might himself have been linked to Argos or proto-Argos elements. Note "Inachus," the founder of Argos.

Is the big-Y in the Coon Coat a symbol for Yanassi? I tried the Coon surname (turns out to be the Cunninghams) as per the Koun variation of the Keons. The unicorn in the Coon Crest is interesting as I traced that to most-ancient Enki, who I in turn traced to "Inachus," and finally to the Innes/Ince surname.

The following may be difficult but I'll record it anyway. The Keons/Kouns were from Sligo, what could have been a Seleucid-line domain. The Cunny term brings up the cony-using Cony/Coyney Coat, and as a cony is a hare, I'm thinking of links to Sellick-branch Seleucids of HEREfordshire. In this picture, the Khyan kagans/Cohens/whatever became the Conneys/Cunnys of England, and from that rabbit-idea they branched into a Hares/Heres family that named Hereford, but also to a Koun family of Sligo. There could be other explanations, but the inclusion of Seleucid elements into this Hyksos discussion is a must, wherever plausible.

Zowie, after writing that without looking at the Here Coat, it turned out that the English Here surname was first in Derbyshire, where the Slice/Sleigh/Sleech surname was first found. That certainly allows a Here connection to Sligo's Keon/Koun clan. This opens other Seleucid possibilities in the Derbyshire domain.

As per the Sleight variation of the surname above, we find that the Slates/Sclates were likewise in Derbyshire. The Slate write-up traces to Shetland, home of the unicorn symbol that I trace to Cheshire's unicorn. The write-up speaks of Chesterfield in Derbyshire, suggesting links to Meschins of Chester, Cheshire. The Cony/Coyney Coat looks Meschin-Coat-like.

In the news...

Wait! Unbelievable. I was going to go to the news from an open browser having Wikipedia's article (that I hadn't yet glossed over) called List of Sligo people. I decided to take a quick look and landed on Mary O'Hara, wherefore I checked the O'Hara Coat to find the surname first in Sligo!!!

Here's a happy topic:

"Carbon taxes, add-ons to international air fares and a levy on cross-border money movements are among ways being considered by a panel of the world's leading economists to raise a staggering $100 billion a year to fight climate change.

...British economist Nicholas Stern told international climate negotiators...[blah-blah]

...'It will be extremely exciting, dynamic and productive,' said Stern, one of 18 experts in public finance on an advisory panel appointed by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon."

Don't you just love higher taxes, especially when they go to scams such as global warming? It is sooo EXTREMELY EXCITING.

Here's an interesting turn for those who think al-Qaeda has been a U.S globetrotter puppet:

"A suspected Al Qaida operative who lived for more than 15 years in the United States has become chief of the terror network's global operations, the FBI says, marking the first time a leader so intimately familiar with American society has been placed in charge of planning attacks.

Adnan Shukrijumah, 35, has taken over a position once held by September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who was captured in 2003, Miami-based FBI counterterrorism agent Brian LeBlanc told The Associated Press in an exclusive interview. That puts him in regular contact with al-Qaida's senior leadership, including Osama bin Laden, LeBlanc said."

Some say that Al-Qaeda is a globetrotter tool to form the excuse of keeping Western troops in the Middle East for various purposes. As the article above comes out on a global leader, the threatening and rising global reach of al-Qaeda comes out as the message of the Hillary department:

"Despite some setbacks, al Qaeda's core leadership in Pakistan remains the biggest threat to the United States, and the group continues to expand and strengthen worldwide, according to a new State Department report.

...'It has proven to be an adaptable and resilient terrorist group whose desire to attack the United States and U.S. interests abroad remains strong,' the report says."

It's a long article telling that Obama's war is still ON.

As Maliki weakens:

"As the two leading Iraqi coalitions have hitherto failed to reach an agreement over the formation of a new government, Iyad Allawi's Iraqiya may form a government joined by the Kurds and the grand Shiite coalition, putting aside the coalition of the caretaker Prime Minister Nuri Maliki.

A spokesman of Iraqiya says that their discussions have advanced with the Kurds in the north of Iraq, and the Shiites who have created the Iraqi National Alliance including movements such as anti-American Sadr Movement.

A senior leader of the Sadr Movement agreed that her coalition, Iraqiya and Kurds were more likely to end up forming a government."

We'll believe it when we see it. It's very possible if the expected is taking place, that being an American urging of Kurds to side with Allawi.

Totally unexpected by me, Saddam's faithful commander of his Baathist enterprise, Tariq Aziz, wants American fighters to stay in Iraq:

"Saddam Hussein's most loyal deputy, Tariq Aziz, has accused Barack Obama of 'leaving Iraq to the wolves' by pressing ahead with a withdrawal of combat troops in the face of festering instability and a surge in violence.

In his first interview since he was captured shortly after the fall of Baghdad more than seven years ago, Iraq's former deputy prime minister and long-time face to the world said the United States would cause the death of Iraq if it continued to withdraw its combat forces."

Aziz is more-likely trying to shoot the American policy no matter what it happens to be. Or, if Iraq is being left to the wolves, I assume Aziz means the Shi'ites. What he says does not support my assumption, that Saddam-loyal Baathists are waiting patiently for Americans to leave. Then again, due to his being confined for the past several years, he might not know it.

We wonder what Obama has in mind in particular with his letter to Sistani:

"President Barack Obama has sent a letter to Iraq's top Shiite cleric, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, urging him to persuade the country's squabbling political leaders to form a new government, Foreign Policy magazine reported [today].

...Obama sent the letter shortly after a failed attempt by Vice President Joe Biden to settle the dispute over the new government during a visit to Baghdad July 4, the report said.

A White House spokesman had no comment on the report..."

What's to hide? Some articles are calling it a "secret" letter. The short article below says "...'It was a request for his {Sistani's} intervention in the political situation to use his influence with the Shiite groups and get them to compromise.'" That sounds like Obama asked Sistani to "hire" a new Shi'ite prime minister and toss Maliki to the...wolves. Obama might even have suggested a name or two as means to keep Iran-backed leaders from ascending the Iraqi throne.

That's about it for this update page, which was called "Sad, you see," as play on the Sadducees. I did not end up finding Sadducee links to the Sodhans, however, aside from Sion links to Sodhans, Sheehans, etc.


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