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August 7

All the talk lately on Kyhan and the Kagan/Cohen surname comes just as "The US Senate confirmed Elena Kagan Thursday as the Supreme Court's 112th justice and fourth woman, selecting a scholar with a reputation for brilliance, a dry sense of humor and a liberal legal bent...She is the first Supreme Court nominee in nearly 40 years with no experience as a judge."

Why this push to get the "Jewish" Kagan on the high court? Is it coincidental, or is the Cohen-branch Illuminati in charge over Obama's affairs?

And what real connection did pharaoh Khyan's cult/bloodline have to Turkish/Khazar kagans and/or the Cohen surname, anyway? There was a long period of time between Khyan and the first Cohens proper of the Rus-viking era. Chances are, the Khyan Egyptians, related to the rulers of ancient Argos, were in Io's Byzantium too, for that is where I trace Cohens. It could very well be that the Rangabe surname of imperial Byzantium was a bloodline going back to the Khyan cult.

There is a difference between the Khyan cult and the Khyan bloodline. Egyptians who merely honored the Khyan factor -- all of them very anti-Israel with a vengeance - would not generally have been related by blood to Khyan. But the leaders of the earliest cult are expected to have been direct relatives. Who stole the ark of the covenant in the early days of Israel? The Khyan-based Hyksos, I'll bet, living in Philistine territory. Who claims to have the ark today? Will it actually show up?

The questions made me think of Lambert Dolphin; I have two chapters entitled, "Friends of Lambert Dolphin," and as I went back to re-read the second one, I noted Chuck MISSLER (a weird/suspicious sort of Christian), once a leader in U.S-spy organizations:

"System Engineer, Subsystem I of the SAMOS Program (highly classified reconnaissance satellite program); principal contributor to major developments in the gathering of ELINT (electronic intelligence) information via satellite..."

Why SAMOS? Are the Hyksos spying on us? The chapter mentions Missler's involvement in a Christian-owned telecommunication satellite (called SWANsat) that I fear could be used to gather intelligence on real Christians worldwide. I have the same fear of Lambert Dolphin himself. SWANsat is founded/owned by a Welty surname (Walter-like variations) using Zionist stars, conspicuous because Mr. Welty is an avid Zionist.

Interestingly, some of the topic in that chapter on Missler is parallel to the False Prophet theme of fire from the sky, BUT, the point is, I wrote that long before I came to suspect that the False Prophet would be from the Meschin family. I can find no Missler Coat, or anything like it, this morning. The closest I could find is the Mussel surname...using what looks like a variation of the Meschin Coat. The latter surname has Mascelin, Maskelyne, and Maslen variations, wherefore BEHOLD as I got down to a part where it says of a Zionist-Kabalist "Jew":

Kook was known for making alliances with secular Jews, the latter known as the "Maskilim" ("Enlightened Ones").

STRIKING resemblance to the Meschin variations. It gives the impression that the Illuminati became influential on Meschins, perhaps even founded by Meschin stock. Remember, the Mussel surname was likely linked to Musselburgh of Lothian, and in the Dolphin chapter I mention Roslin of Lothian. It's a reasonable theory that some mad doctors have come out of Roslin's genetic-research institutes who've attempted to create "alien" creatures by merging human genes with those of animals.

Later in the Dolphin chapter, in a quote by a "Christian" telling of his vision of Enoch: "And with that a great field of light was placed around my body and I sped upwards into the heavens; first into a region of stars called Merak and Muscida..."

A Musc term. Variations of the Mussel surname are Muscel and Muscelle. Then, at the end of the chapter, I relate the Aho website telling of website articles/titles that Dolphin had once shared for his readers, one being "Circle of the Muses." Remember, I felt compelled to add the Dolphin chapters to the post-trib book BEFORE I had come to emphasize a Meschin trace to the mythical Muses.

It was striking to find this morning that the Dolphin-surname Coat uses "nihil" for a motto term, for that term describes (I think) the Irish family stock founded by Khyan/Hyksos entities (see nihil comments in update discussions yesterday and days before that). Hmm, the only Dolphin Coat to come up is an Irish one.

The same Dolphin chapter has this quote: "To no surprise, the Department of Energy got the JASON Group to review the Human Genome Project, and a Steve Koonin, the current chairman of JASON, and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, gave a dissertation..." KOONIN??? This comes the day after mentioning the Coon and Koun surnames (sounds like Kun=Hun) as they should link to the Keons/Kanes/etc from Khyan elements.

Entering "Koon" brings up a German family first found in Bohemia and Silesia, which could speak for itself. The Conan/Coonan Coat is especially important because, in using the Sinclair Cross and nothing else, the Sinclairs of Roslin should have been Conans/Coonans above all else. The surname, said to mean "little hound," is therefore suspect as linking to Connacht elements. Irish Coonans were first found near Limerick (see yesterday for Limerick ties to "Shannon/Sheehan," possible "Khyan" variations).

At this point, I tried other Missler-like terms, and got a Mizzler Coat! It's one that was shown recently as the Muzzle/Mussel Coat, thereby verifying, apparently, that Misslers were Mussels! This Muzzle/Mizzler family has a Nusswell variation, in case you'd like to look deeper. For example, the Nuss surname brings up a Mussbaum variation, and Baum is a "Jewish" surname that I recently (fifth update in April) linked to BAMberg...and its Babenbergs, cousins of the bear-depicted Bernicians.

Here's how I got the Muzzle Coat in the last update page:

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."

Chuck Missler looks like part of the Mackay/Macey/Massey Rus, the bear-line Varangians of northern Scotland, the hub of Scottish Rosicrucianism. It would surprise me if he were NOT a secret agent of the Illuminati.

Well squeak me out! Just found a Misel variation by entering "Meisel," and as I was about to forgo comment because the Coat symbols didn't tell me much, I decided to check what sort of animal was used in the diagonal bar, as it didn't look like a lion. It turned out to be a mouse!! I don't think I have ever seen a mouse in heraldry, and having linked the mouse to the Meschin family by other means, perhaps all my house-mouse signs pertain to the Meisel/Misel family.

I decided to find where in my files I first found a write-up on a Massey-like surname said to mean "mouse catcher." It was on June 25, 2009. I saw that the German Mouser surname was mentioned, and clicking to it, I found this in the write-up:

"The name's literal meaning is 'mouse catcher,' or in some variations 'small mouse,' and stems from the Latin form 'Musculus.' Chronicles first mention Ulrich Mueselin of Bamberg in 1147..."

Bamm-Bamm!! That Muesel(in) variation, shown in the Mouser list, has got to be a variation of the Meisel/Misel surname with mouse symbol. Moreover, both Coats use gold on black, and both surnames were first found in Austria...where Babenburgs originated.

Recall the cartoon character, Maisy Mouse (end of April, beginning of May), for the Meisels/Misels have a Maisel variation. It's also Meysel/Maysel, reflecting the Meysey/Maysey variations of the Maisy Coat. The latter surname, from Meisi of Calvados (Normandy), uses cinquefoils, like the Muzzle/Mizzell/Misel Coat (Proto-Meschin Briquessarts were from Calvados).

I then went to the first Dolphin chapter to find mention of Tim La Haye, and the co-author of his Left-Behind series on pre-tribulationism, Jerry Jenkins. I had a good feel that his Hay surname links back to the Hayasa term among Hyksos, but at first didn't realize that "Jenkin" could be from the Yanassi/Jan side (discussed yesterday), even after seeing the axe symbol of the WELSH Jenkins Crest! The Jenkin surname, with Jankins variation, is said to be Flemish, and was first found in the Cornwall peninsula. Let's not forget the WELSH John and Jones surnames using axes in their Crests. The Jenkin's gold fleur-de-lys on blue is a Masci symbol, and the same Jenkin fleur-de-lys on black is the Mouser/Meusel symbol.

The Lambert Dolphin topic was introductory to Egyptian topics of the insidious kind. I suggested that his Stanford-based digs at Giza were somehow related to exposing the Ark of the Covenant. Why that idea got into my mind, I'm not quite sure; I felt as though gambling in asserting the theory. But the idea that Hyksos elements had stolen the Ark the last time that it was known to Israel sure does seem conspicuous in light of the apparent Hyksos links in today's Dolphin topics.

The first Dolphin chapter goes on to mention the occult nature of the Christianity of James Kennedy, and it just so happens that the Kennedy Crest uses dolphins as per the Dolphin Crest. That heraldry link never interested me before (don't know it even dawned on me), but the Kennedy occult is stellar-related very much in line with Lambert's. "Jan/Jen(kin)" could be a version of "Ken," and in fact, there is a Kannady variation.

The Kennedy motto, "Avise la fin," smacking of the Avvite capital (Avith) in Edom, is used by the Scottish Cassel Coat, which as you can see is a variation of the Kennedy Coat so as to show blood links between the two families. The Cassels use a different dolphin design in their Crest, which is the other dolphin design in the Dolphin Coat!

The Cassels were first found in Lincolnshire, where the Mussels were first found, this being VERY supportive of my Mussel-surname trace to the Keith-branch Catti of the Musselburgh area (it is said that Hesse and/or Hesse-Cassel was founded by the Catti peoples).

ZOWIE, having just taken another look at the English Mascal Coat because I took the time to share the Keith/Mascal link above, it turns out to use gold fleur-de-lys on black, just like the Mousers with Meusel variation! That's further evidence that Lambert's good friend, Chuck Missler, was of Mussel stock. In this picture where the Hesse-related families seem to trace to Esau's Edomites of the Avvite kind, the elephant in the Mascal Crest could be secret code for Eliphaz, son of Esau.

Anyone convinced of this might then trace the Republican elephant to the same Edomites, whereas the Democrat donkey traces to the Avvite donkey cult of Tartak. Either way, American power structures appear ruled by end-time Avvites of the Samson and Easu bloodlines. Don't forget the animated character, "Uncle Sam," that was also "Brother Jonathan."

America, surely, is a Hyksos enterprise. That's the secret, and we can be half sure that secret Hyksos-lovers today are devising ways to punish Israel and Christians together, as vengeance for the Ten Plagues.

As I trace "Kennedy" to the Heneti Paphlagonians, it jibes with an independent trace of the Hyksos out-of-Egypt to Pelops, king of the Heneti. Therefore, if true that the Heneti were named after Anat (ultimately from Anu/Antu Sumerians), Yanassi may have been named after her too. As "Brother Jonathan" (depicting the pagan "Levite" priest of the Samson-related Daniy; see yesterday) looks like an entity of a Yanassi cult, it's likely that the Yanassi cult partook in the Heneti>Veneti migration.

I've skimmed the news and found little to report. Goodbye boys and girls of the Mickey Mouse fanclub. But I should be re-visiting the topic, not only asking whether Missler's involvement in missiles is evidence of Meschin involvement in the end-time fire from the sky, but why "missile" reflects "Missler" so well.

August 8

Yesterday's mouse of heraldry touched the Keith clan (and it's links to Bernicians), which in the past has been elevated by God, I think, to important status in my work. Not long ago there was wild evidence that Keiths were fundamental to the Da Vinci Illuminati; none of that story, re-quoted below, was on my mind yesterday, and yet note the similarity of bloodline topics:

I wasn't going to mention the bird that flew into my window as I was on the computer a few mornings ago (June 19) as I started again on the Pendragon surname. The young bird looked dead on the ground, so I went out to see if I could resurrect it. Nope.

It had a gold belly, but at the time I thought nothing of it. Later in the day, or perhaps the next day, I recalled the Kay bird -- said to be a goldfinch -- that was discussed (quote below) on the very morning that the bird flew into my window (the same window that the black bear appeared in, the same window that the hare appeared in that also seemed like a sign). I had said: "The Apple/Appel Coat uses the Kay bird (!), used also by the French Pepins. The Pepins of royal French blood turned out to be major Pendragon entities.

The day before the bird died, on the first day that I discussed the Pendragon topic, I had said: "Irish Penders/Pendegasts use "vincit" for a motto term, no doubt hint of the Da Vinci bloodline." I link the Da Vinci cult to the black on white Fynch/Vince surname, you see, the colors also of the goldfinch-using Kay surname.

NOW, none of this on the possible sign of the goldfinch would have been mentioned here today, or ever, had I not happened upon the Burns/Bernes surname this morning in conjunction with seeing a bear out the window. In other words, I got into the finch topic above only because the Scottish Bernes/Bernice Coat uses "vincit" as a motto term. When I therefore decided to view the bird as Da-Vinci important, I did not yet know what I had forgotten, that the Irish Penders also use "vincit".

So there you go, yet another case of my not mentioning an animal event that was, nonetheless mentioned later for apparent good reason. And if this is yet another Sign, then obviously God wants people to know that the Da Vinci cult was part of the Pendragon cult of Bernicians and other liars.

...Wondering where God wanted me to take this morning's topic, one idea popping into my head was the similarity between the Paion variation of "Payen," and the Poeni and/or Paeoni Phoenicians/Tyrians who had colonized the Mediterranean. Although the symbol of modern Phoenicia, i.e. Lebanon, is the cedar tree going back to Biblical times, the pine tree symbol, and therefore the Pine/Pyne and Payen/Paion surnames, may have arisen from that same entity. (I kid you not, a bird just swiped along the glass of the window at a sharp angle).

The next thought was to enter Cedar-like surnames, and "Cheddar" entered my mind as per the Cheshire Cheadles from Hesse...It suggests strongly to me that the Cheddars were related to the Cheadles/Cheatles, but also to the Keiths/Keaths (that I link to "Cheatle") using a "vincit" motto term...

...Note that Keiths were first in Lothian {HADDington! to be exact), while the Lothian surname uses a pine tree...

...Let me tell you what came to my mind days ago when the first bird hit the glass and died. It meant to me that God is "killing" the Da Vinci code cult, now threatening the Christian faith of many, with "my" writings (and no doubt others). And you know, I can see the potential arguments that I find myself making here, that they are in fact lethal to the current Da Vinci cult. And consider that the second bird hit the glass just as I was on the Keith surname with "vincit" motto term.

(from the fifth update of June)

The signs using mice, bears, hares, and gold martlets/finches are starting to come together. I had traced the hare symbol to Hereford, yes, but also to the Haar/Hare surname of Germany. So I went to Wikipedia's article on Haar of Germany immediately after quoting the above from June's update, AND LOOK: the Arms of Haar use two pine-like trees, and an axe between them.

The symbols together smack of the tree stump symbol of the Brocken/Harz mountains (also in Germany) that I've traced the Stewart/Meschin dragon cult to. AND, I now see, the Harz-surname Coat is in the colors of the Haar/Hare Coat, while the Harz' were first found in Bavaria, where Haar is located! I should add that Hyksos elements were mentioned in the above quote, but I cut (no pun intended but well taken) those parts out to shorten it for you.

The idea here is that the Haar location and the Harz mountains further north (close to the north-eastern border of the German state of Hesse) were related by blood and a part of the Hyksos bloodline to the Brocks>Stewarts. I had traced the German Brocken/Brock surname (using tree stumps) to various Stewarts clans named "Stub(b)/Stubbing," but also to the red lion (English Stewart symbol) of the Brocks. Just as I'm thinking, for the first time this morning, that these German clans were Seleucus-related because I peg the Sellicks of HEREfordshire as Seleucids, I click the Irish Brocken link to find that they were first found in Mayo and SLIGO! It was just yesterday that I posed a Seleucid=Sligo theory. I mentioned Fiachrach twice in the last update page as Sionist>Hyksos related, and so read the Irish Brock write-up:

"First found in counties Mayo and Sligo, in north Connacht where they had been a part of the ancient Ui Fiachrach since before recorded history...They were...descended from a chieftain, O'Brogain...but claiming general descent through the HEREmon [!!] line of Irish Kings."

It certainly appears that Brocks of Ireland were from, or perhaps produced, the Brocks AND Haars of Germany. In fact, the Irish Brocken Coat is in the colors of the German Haars/Heres and Hartz'. If you're still not convinced, take a look at the tree stump in the English Here/Heyer Coat. Then there is the German Here/Herr Crest using blue wings just like the English Here/Heyer Crest.

In the English Here/Heyer write-up: "Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Hope, held by William Peverel, the natural son of King William who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086." As I was thinking that "Peveral" was a variation of Bavaria so as to make the Here link to Harr of Bavaria, I entered "Hope" to find the German Hopes/Hops/Hoops first in Bavaria. The English Hopes use the same gold-on-blue of the Haars, Heres and Hartz'...and the English Brocks.

Although no Peveral surname turns up, check out the Beber/Beaver/Beever Coat in colors reversed from the German Haar Coat, and as the latter uses the lys symbol (in the same colors) of English Brock Chief, note that the Beber/Beaver Chief uses the same red lion in the English Brock Crest.

It's conspicuous that I had mentioned the German Welty/Welter surname yesterday, but didn't mention it's Crest: a man dressed in blue and holding a globe above his head. It evoked mythical Atlas, but the point here is that a globe in heraldry is rare (so far as my directions have taken me, anyway), yet I find another globe today in the English Hope Crest.

Yesterday I had the impression that the mouse symbol of the Meisel/Misel surname linked to German locality of Meissen (also "Misena") and therefore to the Meissen surname, but I didn't mention it, especially as the Coat's three-leaf clovers meant little at the time, BUT TODAY, I find three-leaf clovers also in the Irish Brocken Coat.

As it turns out this morning, as I ventured to Wikipedia's Meissen article, the Arms of Meissen is a black lion on gold...colors reversed from the lion in the Meisel/Misel Coat.

I suppose that the Meysel and Maysel variations of the Meisels/Misels could have been groundwork for "Mayo." Or, the two entities could have been branches of the same cult. Certainly, the heraldic globe symbol, if it pertains to Atlas, traces the Mey/May and Mayo terms to families in honor of Maia, daughter of Atlas.

We really need to ask Mr. Tolkien why he had so-called Maiar elves in conjunction with his Hobbits. I realized not long ago that his Hobbits were the Hobbs and Hopps surnames et al, including Hopland and Copeland, so why not also the Hope surname? The English Hopes use a globe so that, indeed, they appear to be Atlas>Maia(r)-related. Note that the Hopes were first found in Shropshire (where Meschins were first found) and Yorkshire, ruled by Meschins...that also ruled Copeland (beside Yorkshire).

The Arms of Copeland include a central anchor in the Coat's Chief, the symbol of the German Hopes. The blue lion in the Copeland Coat tips me off to links to the Bruces of York, though they ultimately got their blue lion from their early relations in Brugg/Bruges, Belgium. It's therefore telling that entering "Broges" brings up the English Brock Coat. That is, the Brocks appear to have become the Bruces of Bruges before leading Scottish Rosicrucianism from the Scottish throne, in conjunction with the Stewart blood of that throne.

This gives us major reason to trace the royal Bruces to the Brocken witch cult, wherein, somehow, there were Seleucids (and Hyksos), I'm now quite sure. Fortunately, I've already traced Bruces to Abruzzo, where a mythical Maja/Maia named mount Maiella. If the Mayo entity of Ireland was Seleucid, as I expect that the Sligo entity was, then the Maia entity was Seleucid-related too. It just so happens that, when dealing with Seleucids proper, I linked them to Pamphylians, who lived in Anatolia roughly where Atlas was from: Antayla of the Pisidians.

This means that Atlas' daughter must have carried some Pamphylians to Abruzzo's mount Maiello, but why not also other parts of Abruzzo, and why shouldn't we expect some Seleucid blood there too since Seleucids took for their own the Syrian city of Daphne, whom I trace to Sabines of Abruzzo??? Sabines were a major Hyksos line to the Roman dragon.

WELL WELL, LOOK AT THIS, discovered only because I took the time to say the above while you may have been sleepy-headed in confusion. I decided to check the Brix surname because the Bruce write-up traces them to Brix, Normandy. The Bress/Briss-using variations of the French Brix surname should link to "Abruzzo/Abrussi," but it was the German Brix/Bricks surname that was striking, as it was first found in SILESia, the place to which I had traced the SELEUCid-based Meschins! I may have mentioned the Silesian Brix' in the past, but I can't keep this bag of chains straight in my tiny, bulging head. (English Brickles/Brockells use German-Brix colors).

I had on strong bases traced king Mieszko of Poland from SULCis in Sardinia to Silesia, and as Meschins are therefore found to be Seleucids, why shouldn't their Abruzzo/Abreu relatives be likewise...who likely ruled Cheshire as Avranches before Ranulf got the leading position??? Together, the Avranches and Meschins ruled blue-lion Macclesfield, if that helps to make the Bruce connection to them.

I hate to re-hash and re-hash, but the point now is: Bruces and their Brocken branches, including the Briquessarts that became Meschins proper, if they were not Seleucids to begin with, became such when merging with the Masseys/Mascis of Cheshire. AND BY INDICATIONS this morning, the related Seleucids made it to Sligo, Mayo, and other parts of Connacht, the very places to which I've traced Khyan-ite Hyksos in recent days. It makes sense to link Seleucids to Hyksos if we're expecting the anti-Christ system to be an end-time Hyksos enterprise.

I don't mind being called a nut-cracker, so long as I continue to crack the shells of the dragon. Let's continue, my fellow nut-crackers, and wait to see if an online reader with Maio surname can add to the bag of chains that help shackle the dragon's legs. The Dragon is destined to be shunned by the world when Light is shone upon it's deeds. It will be our Commission to make the dragon's chain heavy and tight.

If you're thinking that the Meissen/Misena locality links back to the Mitanni to which the Hyksos were related, and therefore to the Mysia>Mycenae>Messene>Messina line (Methoni was in Messene) to the Massi>Massin/Mason surname, it's exactly what I'm thinking. The short and skinny is: the anti-Christian mouse is from this line. Chuck Missler's involvement in the SAMOS spy satellite system seems so very pertinent. SAMOS stands for Satellite and Missile Observation System. "The satellites, built by Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, consisted of an instrumented payload attached to the nose of an Agena upper stage used with the Atlas and Thor boosters...The technology derived from the SAMOS satellites led directly to the much larger and more versatile Big Bird reconnaissance satellite. "

What happens to a nation, or a body of sky-masters within a nation, that photographs the entire planet from the sky? Does it begin to feel that it owns the planet? Does it lend its technology to those whose job it is to devise ways of conquering the planet? Such an exciting endeavor, who could resist? And that's the job of the fire-shooting False Prophet.

Where art thou, little mouse? Come, little rodent, to hover thine whiskered chin hungrily over some fine bait in a fatal trap Prepared just for you. Expose thyself, small wonder, and shine for a moment as time allows, for the swift end comes crashing down hard between your beady eyes, and even the 666 on that shining forehead shall fling off for the speed of the cold, hard metal. The MouseCatcher is on His way. If only you would look up, you might see Him before the Day is out. But fire is thine pleasurable game; and into fire thy shall be tossed, long tail and all, oh thou friend of fiends.

If I have time for poetry this morning, it's because the news is slow.

Did I mention that the mythical mouse was the Apollo cult of "Smintheus," said to mean "mouse catcher," though I think it was code for a Sam entity, as per Sam-Inthos ("inth" is a common Greek suffix, as in "Corinth"). I've yet to realize why the Samson cult was compared to a mouse. In Greek, a mouse is a pontiki, a term that could have depicted the Pontus, where Samsun was located. After coming to that idea, I googled "pontus pontiki" (without the quotes) to find a slew of quotes like: "...(Greek pontiki = muscle) at Pontus," where "pontus" is also the word for an elbow and "pontiki" a term for a muscle (of the arm?).

That is quite amazing, how "muscle" evokes the Mussel surname with Muscel and Muscelle variations. I get it: the Mussel surname ultimately traces to Samsun on the Pontus, which explains why the Mussel Coat is a roundel-using version of the scallop-using Meschin Coat, the same-colored scallops as the Samson Coat. AND, in support of my Mussel trace to the Masseys/Mascis of Cheshire, I had independently traced Hamo(n) de Masci of Cheshire to...Samsun/Amisos on the Pontis. Amazing.

Can anyone see "mouse" developing from "Amisos"? Amazons were Meshech, and they trace to Meschins.

In this picture, the Apollo mouse cult was simply his twin sister, the Amazon goddess, ArTemis, symbol for the Themis region of...the Pontus! AND, Themis was on the Thermodon river, what I say led to Teramo, the alternative name of the city of Aprutium in Abruzzo.

If the Statue of Liberty is Artemis, as I reckoned, therein is the mouse cult standing brazen, standing for the "land of the free rats," free from Christ, free to use Christ's people for their hard work, free to build the dark empire on the backs of the saints.

The Muscle in the Sky is coming. Watch for it, and stay out of the way.

In today's Jerusalem Post, the headline: Siemens parts caught headed for Iran. Apparently, the Siemens corporation doesn't mind breaking with Obama's sanctions. The article points out that "Siemens exploited slave labor during WWII in Auschwitz." I trace the surname to the Siemo terms in quasi-mythical founders of the Piast dynasty. Siemens is therefore a good candidate for being part of the end-time, anti-Israeli Hyksos. Remember, Pisidians, cousins of the Seleucid-related Pamphylians, are likely at the root of Piasts, while Poles are likely from the Philistines>Phylians.

August 9

Simply amazing, over and over again. Not many days ago, Emailer Patterson was cause for my relating to you that Hyksos were in Connacht, which then led to the idea that Hyksos-related "Seleucids" were in Sligo of Connacht. Discussions on the Patterson links to Hyksos-related Edomites and Samsonites started again as she showed me the Petrie/Petre Coat, evocative of the Irish Patterson Coat and surname, but the amazing point today is that she shared this surname as "Patria."

IN TODAY's NEWS very early this morning (it's only 7 am) I loaded a story about Iraq about Insurgents being alive and kicking. It quickly mentioned statements to that effect by the U.S. general, Patrick M. Higgins. This surname looked Hyksos-feasible, perhaps a variation of "Hickon/Hixon." The Higgins Coat not only turned out to use the Patterson-Coat blood drops; the Higgins surname was not only first found in Sligo and descended from the Neils; the Higgins motto is "Pro Patria"!!!

Just found that "Hickens" brings up the Higgins Coat. The term so evokes "Chicken" that it reminds me of the rooster symbol that E. Patterson showed from the Hahn Coat at the same time that she was showing the Patria surname. One theory (very confirm-able) is that the Galli immoralites/queers used a galina=chicken as symbol (see the rooster in the German Gaul/Gallus Coat). Another theory related to that one is that "chicken" was itself derived from Kikon-like terms because an egg was a kok-like term (I've forgotten the exact spelling). In my mother's Italian dialect, an egg is a coc(c)o. It's not likely a coincidence that "cock" came to mean two things. "Kikon," and "Ixion," reflect "Higgin/Hicken" very well.

How is it that we have a Higgins, and a Mattis soon coming up the ladder to top rung, who is replacing general PETRAEus??? Why does the English Petre Coat use MASCLES (= hollow diamonds) in the colors of the Scottish Mitchell-Coat mascles??? Why does the Mitchell Coat well-reflect the Meschin/MASCUline Coat? CLEARLY, the Meschin topic as it traces back to Hyksos and Edomites has not been in vain; it relates to the end-time scenario as we are in the midst of watching it unfold.

English Mitchells use gold scallops like the English-alternative Petre Coat. The Mussel/MUSCEL surname, with Meschin-like Coat, was first found in Lincolnshire, where one of the English Petre clans, the one using the MASCLES, was first found.

In this picture, the mythical mouse bloodline from the Pontus/Samsun (see yesterday) evolved into the Mussels/Muscels of Lincolnshire. It makes me suspect that there was a Meshech/Amazon peoples on the southern Black sea shores that went by a muscle/mascle-like name. It's known that Meshech there were called "Mushki," but thus far I don't recall such a term ending with an 'l'.

You may have realized yesterday that, while Meshech people don't fit well into the Edomite or Samsonite picture, the latter's migration to the southern shores of the Black sea is what caused their merger with Mescho-Gogi elements. The Galli rats lived there too. I expect an l-using version for a Meshech peoples to link to the mythical Muses. Entering "Mizzell" to bring up the Mussell/Muswall surname (Norfolk) using two white chevron on green is conspicuous beside the Chicken/Chikin Coat (Suffolk) using a green chevron on white.

Entering the Amazon-like "Mazon" brings up a Musin/Muson Coat, this family being from Moucon, Normandy. It has Must-using variations because it is believed by some that it was a Musset variation (so says the write-up). That evokes the Mousequette surname that comes up when entering "Must."

The Musin/Muson/Muston write-up tells that "Moucon" "may have been the surname of Gilbert of Ghent (Flanders) or Gand, or a member of his family." When one enters "Gand," a French Coat comes up using green hair on a man, and the Belgian Gand Coat (very likely linked to the Ghent/Gand of Flanders, Belgium) uses white-on-green, reflecting the green used by the Mussells and Chikins.

As I'm tracing these l-using Meshech/Amazons to the Thermodon-river region that flowed into the Pontus theater, note in the Belgian-Gand write-up the East Flanders location of Termonde. As I'm linking the Chickens/Chikins to historical Kikons, whom I say were encoded by mythical Ixion of the Centaur bloodline, it's conspicuous that the Gand family as a Gendron variation, for that smacks of the Kendron/Kedron river in Ladon-river Greece that was an alternative home to the Centaurs. In other words, KENDRon/GENDRon = CENTAUR. The other location of the Centaurs was in Thessaly, home to Ixion AND the Muses.

It is then suspicious that the English Massin/Mason surname -- resembling the Mazon variation of the red-and-white (Flanders colors) Musins/Musons -- was first found in horse-depicted KENT, though the Massins/Masons use a blue lion on gold used also by the Louvains of Kent but from...Louvain/Leuven, Belgium.

With my strong sense that Meschins have much to do with the False Prophet's alliance with a Mosul-based anti-Christ, the Mussels et al might just have been from Mosul elements. Perhaps in conjunction with the anti-Israeli, pro-Iranian Seimens company (mentioned yesterday) they will seek, or are in the process of seeking, to regain their ancient Mosul homeland. There is a Mosel surname first found in Suffolk...along with the Chickens and Mousequettes/Musts. Again, Mussells were first found in Norfolk (on the Suffolk border).

Perhaps the intermediate locale of the Petra-based Edomites/Seir-ians/Horites, when evolving into the Brit-based Edomites, was in Padova, a term that I trace to Batavi(ans) of the Netherlands. Batavians are said to have been a tribe of the Catti, and so I expect them among Cheshire's Meschins and the Mussels of Keith domains (Lothian). I'm keeping in mind that Meschins were Briques(sart)s and therefore Bruces of sorts. The Abreu surname was first in Padova, and I think one can trace it to Belgium's Louvains and Brugs, via the Bruce variation of "Abreu/Abrussi."

In other words, Bruges/Brugg in Belgium was named after an Abreu>Bruce clan of Eburo Celts. It just so happens that The Eburones...were a Belgic people of Germanic or Celtic descent who lived in the upper north of Gaul in ancient times. They lived largely between the Rhine and the Maas [= Meuse]..." When we enter "Brug," a Brigg Coat comes up, and its shield-on-shield-on-shield design smacks of the Polish Janina, an idea supported by the pelican in the Crest, wherefore the Brug/Brigg surname is suspect as Briques(sart) important. The Brug/Brigg surname was first found in Yorkshire, where the same-colored English Bruces lived, where Meschins ruled, and where the Ebroicum Celts (related to Eburones, I'm assuming) of Evreux had conquered York.

When we enter "Brugge," we find a Bridges surname derived, "occasionally," from "Bruges" of Flanders/Belgium.

I had mentioned (third update of March) the Higgins surname briefly when discussing pharaoh AkenAten, whom I trace to Varangian-related Nibelungs of the Vexin (Ebroicum theater of Normandy). Here's what I said:

As per the Wigenton location where the Wigtons lived, we check for a Wigen surname, and find one. The Crest uses a spur, suggesting horses. The surname looks like "wagon," and per chance this links to the "Cart" of "Carthage," and/or to the chariots of the Hyksos...

Keep in mind that pharaoh AkenAten may have been from Hyksos elements, wherefore note the similarity between "Aken" and "Wigen/Wegen." Seeking 'H' versions of "Wigin," I immediately found the Irish Higgins surname (Moreno castle and droplets), said to derive from "the word uiging, which is akin to the Norse word viking." Hmm, very good, for Nibelungs ruled also at the Vexen (Normandy), a term that I link to "viking." Can anyone imagine that "uiging" can modify to "Wig(ton)"? After all, "viking" was also "wicing." The English Wegg/Wagg Coat (with rings) has a resemblance to the Higgins Coat.

If you've forgotten where you had seen "Wigton" in the updates, it's where the Hanna surname, from Carthage/Tunisia in my opinion, was first found. I was suggesting that a family named in honor of carts/wagons became the Vikings, and that one such family was the Higgins. In that picture, "wagon" might even have been named after an Ixion element, for he was depicted in myth with a cart/chariot wheel. Ixion was made husband of Nephele=proto-Nibelungs.

A little bio on general Higgins:

"Army Col. Patrick M. Higgins was promoted to the grade of Brigadier General in a ceremony March 24 [2008] at Kelly Barracks.

Higgins currently serves as the Director, Special Operations Command Africa Transition Team and has been slated to serve as the Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command Africa, U.S. Africa Command, when it stands up in early 2009. Higgins previously served as the Commander of the 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina..."

Africa. Western globetrotters are going to have trouble there. After all, blacks are better at handling the ball and shooting.

More info in this Higgins interview by a MacKAUGEN surname. Higgins was in charge of north Africa at the time, but since then:

"U.S. Army Colonel Christopher K. Haas assumed command of Special Operations Command Africa from Brigadier General Patrick M. Higgins at a change of command ceremony held here yesterday [August 24, 2009]

...General Higgins served as SOCAFRICA's first commander...He said he was extremely proud of the command he will leave behind to become the Director of Special Operations Directorate-Iraq, Multi-National Forces-Iraq."

THERE WE HAVE IT! Higgins now in Iraq. Why? What do we think will be the job of the Special Operations Directorate - Iraq? Is Higgins in charge of the pull-out or the stay-in?

The Hass surname, a "Jewish" one from Bavaria, has Hesse(n)-like variations such as Haasen and Haesse. The Coat uses a "rampant hare." The "Jewish" Haas write-up: "The surname Haas comes from the Dutch word haas, which means hare...The surname Haas, is therefore, a Dutch-Jewish family name."

A Hase variation appears on the German page, and entering "Hase" brings up the Hayes/Hayse surname, smacking once again of the Hayasa-Azzi branch Hyksos. We then find a Dutch Hase/Hazes/Hazese surname...using a hare.

At about the time that Higgins was routed from Africa to Iraq, there were five other changes, two involving a MacDonald surname and one other a McMahon surname, the same as the Maghan/Mathuna/Mann surname that I had linked to the Mathie/Mattis surname. The Special Operations Directorates are all under General Mattis, soon. Of the two remaining surnames, one is Mangum, from the Niall/Neil bloodline and first found in Connacht. The surname is Manx-conspicuous because I link the Scottish Mathie/Mann surname to the Manx of Man.

Another page shows yet more surnames having undergone changes at the same general time, one being the Mann surname. What is going on here??? Weren't these changes made early under the O-term?

August 10

There's another warning today from a U.S. general on Insurgent threats in Iraq, and wouldn't you know it, the surname this time is Cone, registered under a family with Cowne, Cown, and Coun variations. The family is said to descend from a nephew of a bishop of Bayeux. The Coat uses three antlers, a symbol of the Zahringers and Veringens of Baden-Wurttemberg.

When one clicks to the German Cone Coat, the Cohen Coat comes up, no surprise. Ignore the false statement that roots "Cohen" in "Konrad," though the latter can be a Red-Cohen term, and thus the Hohens. The article says: "Lt. Gen. Robert W. Cone, the deputy commanding general of U.S. forces in Iraq, and his Iraqi counterpart told reporters that insurgents were also likely taking advantage of the lack of a government..."

The Irish Mangum surname, mentioned yesterday as part of the U.S. military shake-up under the early O-term, likely derives in "Queen Mongfind...was the wife, of apparent Munster origins, of the legendary Irish High King Eochaid Mugmedon [= father, with another wife, of Niall of the Nine Hostages] and mother of his eldest three sons, Brion, Ailill and Fiachrae, ancestors of the historical Connachta, through whom she is an ancestor of many Irish and European nobility today."

You may know by now that I ultimately trace the Mann/Manx terms to Manoah, "father" of Samson, and so see what the article above has further to say: "A prominent hill called Cnoc Samhna 'Hill of Samhain'...south of Bruree, County Limerick is associated with a tale connected to Mongfind." I view that as the Samson cult of Lemnos residing at Limerick/Luimneach. I didn't know until recently that Samson's Manoah cult became the Minoans of Crete and Danaan Sicily. Keep in mind the discussion of the last update page, where I traced Khyan-based Hyksos to the Sheehans/Shannons of Limerick (in Connacht).

I wouldn't call this hard evidence for a link to Minoans, but there's more. Let's not forget the Cruithen of Ireland, what appear to be Curetes of Crete, a people that were essentially Minoans. In the Cruithen article: "Their [i.e. the Cruithen's] most powerful historical king was Fiachnae mac Baetain, King of Ulster and effective High King of Ireland." Another Fiach term. At his article, what do we find but that he was "father of Mongan."

Can anyone sense that the Irish part of the Arthurian cult, what I would consider the proto-Arthurian cult, is wrapped up in these "High Kings" of Ireland??? I had traced the proto-Arthurians to the Maghan/Mann surname, the write-up of which links back to a "Mathuna" surname. Compare that term with High King Eochaid MugMEDON, father of Niall of the Nine Hostages, and of Hy/Ai Fiachrach elements of Connacht. Recall my trace of this very Mathuna surname, including that of general Mattis, to the Hykso-Mitanni station of Modon/Methoni [keeping in mind until later in this update that the Mitanni of Egypt were influential in the Atun cult leading to mythical Aedon].

I always knew that what I called "Irish Cohens," of Connacht elements, were not Cohens proper because the latter came forth centuries later, in my opinion, from the Byzanto-Khazar clan of Rangabe. But it is very gratifying to now understand the relationship, as both Connacht and Cohen-proper elements should trace to Hyksos...even Khyan-based Hyksos. The Coonans of Connacht were pegged recently as "Irish Cohens" merging with the Sinclair Rus (I think the latter were in-part from Cohen-proper stock in Transylvania), for Scottish Coonans and Sinclairs use exactly the same Coat.

As I trace the Transylvanian Khazars (i.e. Cohen-proper stock) to Moray, I don't think it's coincidental that the Moray-surname Crest and the Fairbourne Crest both use a scroll-in-hand. You see, the English Cone/Cowne/Coun surname, mentioned at the top of today's update, were "First found in Kent, where the Cone family was anciently seated as Lords of the Manor of Fairbourne (later Fairlawn)." Note too that the Coon Crest is likewise a hand, but now holding an arrow.

As the Fairbourne term and the Coat look Vere all over, I would trace the Vere term to the Veringens, for the Cones/Cownes use three antlers like the Arms of Veringens. Note that the latter Arms are in Vere and Fairbourne colors. Let's not forget that Veres lived in Ver(e) of Manche, the latter term possibly linking to "Manx."

It's now interesting indeed that entering "Fair" brings up Phair, Phayre, and Phares variations, smacking of "pharaoh" (and "Pharisee"). The Fair/Phares Coat is in Vere colors too. The French Fairs show Veirs, Vers, Fers, and Vair variations, using Vere-star colors.

The Vere-Coat write-up: "They were originally from Ver, near Bayeux..." The Cones/Cownes of Fairbourne were from a nephew of the Bishop of Bayeux. Thus, just as I suspected when finding the Cohen Coat in the French Fer Coat, Veres were Cohens proper. BUT NOW they also seem to be merged with "Irish Cohans"...if the Cones/Cownes/Kouns were such. The "nihil" motto term of the Vere Coat may speak to their Cone/Cowne side.

As the French Fers are said to have been from Dol, it's a no-brainer that the Scottish Stewarts, who use the Cohen checks too, were from the Fers of Dol. Note the two Vere-like motto terms in the Stewart Coat. From the Fer write-up: "The family were well established in the region of Dol and several members of the family distinguished themselves..."

Remember, I trace Veres to European Avars, who can trace to the Hyksos capital of Avaris, thus supporting the Fair/Phares trace to "pharaoh"...although that latter term was more-likely related to "Avaris" in the first place. The Varni Germanics and the Varangian Rus are potential Avaris trains to the West, and will later roll their wheels into the Lake of Fire.

The Fairs/Vers of France appeared first in Burgundy, home to the Nibelungs. This well explains why Nibelungs of Friesland and the Vexin had part in Varangian-viking make-up. If you recall my tracing Tolkien codes to Rollo's Rouen capital, let me show this quote from the Vexin link above: "The Gaulish tribe of the Veliocasses, whose capital was at Rouen, gave their name to the region that became known as the Vexin..." One could even begin to suspect that Tolkien's chief beings, the Valar, were the Veliocasses, for the Dutch Valar/Vel Coat could be the Fair Coat in colors reversed.

In any case, a main station in Burgundy of the bee-line to Bayeux was in the Boiotian haunt of Autun. I have the impression that the Aidhne region of Ireland, ruled by a Fiachrach faction, was of Autun elements. "In placename lore the [Aidhne] kingdom took its name from the mythological Aidhne, one of the ten daughters of Partholon by his first wife, Topha."

The name of Cilicia's capital, Tarsus, was previously "Parthenius" (evoking "Pretani" excellently, the alternative name of the Cruithen). I see that Parthen term as the line from Tarsus to Argos (think the Perseus code too). The Argo ship happened to be filled with Boiotians (from Orchomenos) otherwise called, Minyae. But I trace Autun to mythical Aedon -- of Boiotia -- you see, so that the Irish Parthalon line of Aidhne could have been from the same mythical Aedon>Autun elements. As Aedon was from mythical Merops, likewise a bee-line cult, "Fiach" might just have been from a Bia term.

The MinYae could very well have been the Minoans that settled Ireland as the mythical/legendary Mongan, mother of the Fiachs, and herself given birth by Fiachs.

In Greek myth, Parthenopeus was made a son of Meleager. The latter was on the Argo ship, which ship represented a Sea Peoples in alliance, that founded/conquered Western Atlantis. Tolkien disguised the Meleager line of Calydonians as evil "Melkor," king of the Orcs, the latter being a depiction of Orchomenos (think Orcho-Minyae) Boiotians that named Orkney (northern Scotland). It's now a no-brainer to link these particular Parthen-based Boiotians, who were also the Pictish Caledonians and the Pretani>Brits, to Hyksos.

"PARTHenOPEUS" seems to be code for the CassiOPEIA line to PERSeus Danaans. I had done only minimal work on mythical Parthenopeus, but here is one thing I had written: "Parthenopeus connection with Tarsus is seen as follows: 'Hyginus writes that [Parthenopeus] was exposed by his mother on Mount Parthenius [i.e. Tarsus]."

HYGINus??? That's a surname going back to the first caesars of the Roman empire (see Hyginus link above). It's likely the Higgins surname today. On the Higgins surname, with "pro Patria" motto, we read: "First found in County Sligo, where they held a family seat from ancient times. This distinguished Irish Clann was a branch of the O'Neills, said to descend from a grandson of Niall of the Nine Hostages..." This is very good evidence that the Patrick symbol of Ireland, and the Patrick surname that is said to be the Patria surname, was from the Patrician bloodline of Roman caesars.

If true that the Patrias, who are properly Petrie and Petre, are from Edomite Petra, then I'd say that Roman Patricians were, not from "father," but from "Petra." I had already been convinced, before knowing of the Patria family and the Higgins motto, that the Irish Patricks>Pattersons (use the Higgins blood drops) were from Edomites, even Amalekites (the latter lived in Petra).

August 11

Sometimes one finds that the surnames of archaeologists match the archeology concerned with. That is, the surnames go back to the places they are digging up. Here's what was quoted (thanks to Tim) in the seventh update of July BEFORE Emailer Patterson sent in the Patria surname with Petrie variation:

"Sir Flinders Petrie, when excavating Hyksos graves in Southern Palestine..."

Amazing, isn't it? It makes me very confident that the Patria and Patterson surnames, as well as other Peters and Patrick variations, not to re-mention the Higgins family with Patria motto term and Patterson blood drops, go back to Edomite Petra and/or Hyksos.

The idea occurred to me only in yesterday's update that Parthenius, the alternative name of Tarsus, was the Perseus-Danaan line to Argos/Mycenae. Adana of Kizzuwatna was/is a region at Tarsus. AND, let me re-quote late yesterday:

"[Mythical] PARTHenOPEUS" seems to be code for the CassiOPEIA line to PERSeus Danaans. I had done only minimal work on mythical Parthenopeus, but here is one thing I had written: "Parthenopeus connection with Tarsus is seen as follows: 'Hyginus writes that [Parthenopeus] was exposed by his mother on Mount Parthenius [i.e. Tarsus]."

It may be true that Hyginus wrote of the Parthens of Tarsus because he knew that his bloodline traced back to them.

And so the point today is that the Pretani of Britain, and therefore the Britons, are mainline Hyksos from Tanis on the Nile...if the Pretani were the Parthens of Tarsus and Argos.

You may have read recently where I linked Boiotians and Minyae>Minoans to the Argo ship, and the Argo ship to Scotland's Pictish and viking realms. The Argo relationship with Boiotia was mythicized wherein Cadmus followed a bull to conquer Thebes (in Boiotia). That bull must have been the Tarsus line, even mythical Io, to Argos.

I was going to talk about the Brit link to Hyksos before reading an email from Tim past night. I would have searched Parthen-like surnames for Hyksos symbols before getting to his email that included the Pruitt Coat. It is very helpful for the purpose at hand that his reason for sending in that Coat was in finding other surnames, beside the Welsh John surname, that use the same motto, "Deus pascit corvos," meaning "God feeds the ravens."

Take a look at the John Crest and see the axes; although I have no hard evidence for my assertion that these axes are a Hyksos symbol, it was stunning to find, moments after seeing the Pruitt Coat, that the Parson Crest uses the same axe!!! AND it has blood droplets!!! Those drops are not used only by the Higgins and Pattersons, but by the Welsh Jones/John Coat. Again, the English Jones Coat likewise uses ravens and axes, and is therefore a branch of the Welsh Johns.

Although the Jones axes are called battle-axes, it was fortunate to find that the Parson axe (same design) is a "halpert." I've never found this term to describe the same axe in any other surname Coat. Usually, strange names for symbols are clues for surnames, and we do see a Parson-like "pert" buried in "halpert." Then, the blood drops are called, "embrued red," which appears to have a Brit-like term buried within it (Brits were, in Arthurian myth, the red dragon). In fact, the term seems to have a "Pruitt" buried within it.

Tim discovered that the Welsh Protheroe Coat also uses the "God feeds the raven" motto. The Pruitt and Protheroe Coats and Crests are essentially the same, though the lion designs are different (lion colors are identical). This shows that the two surnames were identical stock. However, the Protheroe write-up traces to Rhydderc, Riderch, or Roderick, and even shows a Rhydderch variation along with P-versions such as Protheroe, Prytherch, and Prothers.

It indicates that the clan was red-Rus viking, as even the black raven (called a "rook" in some Coats) would indicate. I'm thinking that the clan was Redone-Rus, from Rhodes, as opposed to the nordic-Rus Saxons. If you recall, the Russells (red lion) use a Sara motto term, thus connecting with the Saracen-Rus of Sicily (Tancreds>Guiscards use red too) that included the Savage/Sauvage surname. The latter uses a black-on-white lion, the color of the Pruitt/Protheroe lion. AND, I just discovered while making that point, the Savage motto includes a "pro te" motto term smacking of the Pruitts. In fact, Tim found that entering "Proto" brings up the Protheroe Coat, and Savages use the lion style of the Pruitts (which was the lion style of the Dougals too, while French Sauvages use a red heart on white, the symbol of the Douglas Coat).

One is by now be getting the impression that the red dragon Brits/Welsh of Arthurian myth went on, or perhaps began with, the Pruitt/Proto/Protheroe clans. It doesn't escape us that while Merlin ("Myrddin" to the Welsh) is said to have depicted CarMARTHEN (Wales), and was of the red dragon Brits/Welsh, the Protheroes and Pruitts were first found in Carmarthen. We are dealing here with mainline Arthurian Hyksos, and it satisfies me greatly to have traced Merlin's wife, early in my traces, to Daphne, for I came to link Hyksos fundamentally to Daphne (without any thought of Merlin's link to her) and her father Tiresias...who was also "Tyresia." In the Bible, Tyre/Tyrus is the "daughter of Tashish=Tarsus."

The Parson Coat looks very much like the Arthur Coat. Note the Arthur write-up: "The Arthur family traced their descent from King Aedan Mac Gabrain, King of Dalriada..." Aedan and Riada/Riata smack of Redones of the Autun area.

I don't think I've realized until now, or at least I haven't emphasized it, that mythical Aedon (queen of Thebes) was symbol for the Hyksos of Adana. It makes perfect sense because Argos was founded by Tarsus elements (according to others too), and Adana in the Tarsus region represented the Danaan who followed into Argos, while Argives were mythicized as the bull of Thebes. In other words, the Aedui of Autun were Danaans. It then suggests that the Aten/Atun cult was Danaan as well.

I need to stress here that there are many Dan-like terms. We are not wise to link every Dan-like term across Europe and north-Africa to the Israeli tribe of Dan. Assuming that the Atun cult was not from Dan, and that it was linked to Tanis, we realize that Tanis elements moving through Israel/Palestine were not the Danites of Israel. It's simply a coincidence of terms.

It became my theory recently that the original city of Tanis on the Pelusiac portion of the Nile delta was the city of Bubastis (see sixth update of July), a term that now evokes Bibracte, capital of Autun. I had traced Bibracte to Bebryces Boiotians of Bithynia. The latter location (Phrygian theater near Io's Byzantine holdings were) is likely a variation of neighboring Thynia, a term very much reflecting "Aten/Atun" and "Adana/Adaniya."

The BeBRYCES term (entered only this morning, not at all on my mind last night) plays very well in today's topic, for as it evokes the ancient Brigians, an alternative name for the Phrygians, it also smacks of mythical Brigit of the Brits. Immediately after finding the Parson Coat last night, I entered "Prude" as per the Parson motto code, "embrued," and got the Bright/Brite surname of Cheshire. In fact, they lived in Bright of Cheshire. It is well known that mythical Brigit and the Bright and Brit terms are related.

After seeing the Pruitt Coat but before finding the Parson Coat I was focusing on Prett and Prett-like surnames. The Prett Coat uses a gold lion on red, the symbol of England. The Brit/Bret Coat uses a lion in colors reversed.

I recalled that I traced "Brit" to the Bruce clan. That is, "Brit" was a variation of an old Abreu>Bruce term/surname (think "Aprutium/Aphrodite"), for the Abreu Coat uses two gold lions of red, which must have been the two gold lions on red of the Arms of Normandy, and meanwhile it's believed by some that the three gold-on-red lions of the Arms of England were the two Normandy lions plus one.

I don't recall the details, but I had traced the Belgian Pratt/Praet surname to the Abreu/Bruce clan of PodeBrady (Bohemia) for more reason(s) than the identicality of the Belgian Pratt Coat to the Scottish Bruce Coat. Recall that Bruces proper derived from Bruges of Belgium (not my idea only). The English Pratts use mascles, totally expected because Meschins were Briques(sart)s while Bruttium (southern Italy) was also called by a Breck-like term. A 't' is not a 'ck' but one can imagine a Aprut>Abruz>Abrus>Bruce>Breck evolution of terms so that Bricks and Brocks could be Britons.

Immediately before finding the Parson Coat, I was entering "Purse" and "Perse" seeking Perseus-like surnames. The latter two terms brought up the Pearce/Pierce Coat, said to be from "son of Peter," but I don't think that makes sense. Instead, the Pearce/Pierce clan was linked to the Petra Hyksos and became merged with various Peter-like surnames. The Pierce Coat is in the colors of the Pratts and Bradys, and uses unicorns, a symbol that I identify, tentatively anyway, with the Inachus line of Argos. The unicorn, a horned horse, is an apt Hyksos symbol.

I don't think it's a coincidence that the German/Bavarian Rothe/Rothers Coat uses a raven, the symbol of the Protheroe/Proto surname with Ryderrick variation. Tim found that "Rothery" and Rothera" are variations of the Protheroe/Proto surname. I had caught wind that the raven-depicted vikings of Shetland (uses a unicorn) and Orkney had conquered and/or named Rothesay (Scotland, near Argyll), suggesting that these vikings were linked to Protheroes/Protos.

I had linked the raven-depicted vikings to the Mackays/Maceys of Moray, and they in turn to the Briquessarts>Meschins of Cheshire that later produced the Randolphs of Moray. It's therefore conspicuous that entering "Rothers" also brings up an English Randolph Coat (!), the surname of which was first found in Morayshire!! Like the Moray Coat, this Rothers-Randolph Coat (previously discussed as the Ruth-Randolph Coat) uses three stars. But so also does the Prude/Bright Coat, surname first found in Cheshire. Hmmm. As I had traced the Bauer>Rothschild line fundamentally to Meschin stock, note that the Prude/Bright stars are in the colors of the Germnan Bauers.

When I was working on the entities mentioned above some years ago, I had no idea that they were Hyksos in Britain. Now I see Hyksos as the entire underlying reason for the continuation and existence of major world-ruling cults under Rosicrucian banners. God singled them out in the Ten Plagues because He knew they would be the rulers of the planet. It was a small taste of what He has yet in store. Watch your axes, Hyksos.

In the Adana article: "According to an ancient Greco-Roman legend, the name has its origins in Adanus and Sarus, the two sons of Uranus, who came to a place near the Seyhan (Sarus) River, where they built Adana." Ahh, this was the Zeus cult, the one that YHWH has his all-seeing eye upon...for utter destruction. As per the Seyhan entity that smacks of the Say surname, I checked for a Sey surname to find a Dutch one (with Say variation shown) using the colors of the English Say Coat, and of the Satans/Seatons of Saytown. The bull in the Say Crest should now be traced ultimately to the Hyksos/Zeus bull symbol in Tarsus.

I entered "Club" to see if there could be links to the Seys/Says, for the latter use three-leaf clovers; I was thinking that these clovers were the same as the club symbol (as per the deck of cards). It was therefore amazing to remember, upon seeing the Club Coat, that I had linked Clap/Cloptons (of Cheshire) to the Club family of the Clovis Merovingians, and "Clap(ton)" to "Salop," the alternative name of Shropshire, for the English Says were first found in Shropshire!

AND, recalling now that I had traced Clovis' alternative spelling, "Chlodo," to Lothian (Wikipedia's Clovis article says that "Clode" was alternative to "Lode"), isn't it conspicuous that Satans/Seatons were first found in Saytown of Lothian?! The Scottish Clode/Leod Coat (surname from the isle of Lewis) also uses a bull head (i.e. like the Says). The Clode/Leod write-up traces to the Skye region of the Hebrides, which appears to be named after "Scythian."

The Clode/Leod write-up also seems to trace to Taurus entities such as the "Tormod branch" and the "Torquil branch." The latter evokes Torcy/Torville (France), founded (in my opinion) by the Ingelger line of Anjou Fulks (Ingelger, patriarch of the Fulks, was given a Torquil-like mythical ancestor). I had recently traced the Torcy/Taurecy surname to the Tuareg-branch Hyksos. As I linked Ingelger's family in Torcy to the HARcourts there, it's conspicuous that the Tormod branch held the territories of Harris."

The Harris Coat is not only in the gold-on-blue colors of Anjou on the one hand, and the colors of the Clode/Leod Shield on the other, but uses two suspicious motto terms: "patrium" and "reminisci," the latter evoking the Remi founder of Reims (possible Ramesses stock), where Clovis worshiped his bloodline cult. The other English Harris Coat uses a club/clover (as in a deck of cards)!! I've asserted that this was symbol for Clovis himself.

AND, the other Harris Coat also uses a cross type, in the same colors, as the cross in this alternative Clapton/Clopton Coat.

The Harris write-up traces to the Norman surname, "le Herisse." It smacks of Tolkien's code, "Eressea," by which I think he meant Rothesay. Hmm, I've just noticed the tail end of RotheSAY now. It's as if we're flushing out the full house of the royal Franks. Look: the Siol Torquil branch held Assynt and Cadboll, and the Island of Ramasay." That too is from the Clode/Leod write-up, and it suggests links back to pharaoh Ramesses of Avaris and Tanis. Near the end of the write-up, a king Haakon takes the lands of the Clodes/Leods.

That's Haak term very important, because the Club Coat uses three fish (said to be salmon) in the same manner, in almost the same Shield, as the Scottish Hykes/Hake/Hakke Coat. And that's part of the crooked truth, that the long-haired Merovingians were likewise Hyksos on a rampage.

The Clubs were from Clobberes of Farndon, Cheshire. There is a Farndon/Farnen (of Cheshire) Coat...with unusual purple Shield. ZOWIE, in support of a theory wherein purple in heraldry is secret code for the porphyria disease, the Farndon write-up: "On cramped disease-ridden ships, thousands migrated to those British colonies that would eventually become Canada and the United States." I've seen many, many Coats and read their write-ups, but few have that particular write-up. Why was "disease" used in a purple-Shield write-up???

I checked the Farr Coat as a result of the Farnen variation above, to find them first found in Yorkshire, where purple-lion Skiptons were first found (I think the Bruce-of-Yorkshire Crest is a purple lion too, though normally Yorkshire Bruces used a blue lion as in the Coat). By the way, I had traced Parkinson's disease (as with porphyria, based on bad genes acquired from incestuous parents) to Meschin stock, if that helps to support a porphyria link to Farnens of Cheshire (Meschins ruled in Cheshire and Yorkshire).

Not only is the Farr Coat in colors reversed from the Belgian Pratt and Scottish Bruce Coats, but I had linked the Farrs to Avaris elements on August 1. This is totally amazing, for while I am focusing today to a Pratt/Prett/Parson trace to the Perseus-branch Hyksos, here's what I found in August 1:

...I got thinking after the last part of the previous update that Aphar-using variations of "Avaris" could trace to theFarr 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!!!

Well, well, I re-loaded the Skipton Coat (which I don't usually do) to show you the purple lion, and what did I find but a "Pro Patrias" motto!!! That is the Higgins motto too.

Blue blood. The Brits. The old-Egyptian incest...of the Aryan Egyptians called Heka>Hyksos. They ruined the human gene pool by worshiping their own blood and sinning in other ways.

Tim found that the Corbett/Corbin surname also uses the motto, "God feeds the ravens." Corbetts were first found in Shropshire, and along with French Corbins (of TOURaine), they too use a black raven. First, note the Pruitt-like term in the Corbin write-up: "First found in Touraine, where the family was established in a seigniory, erected in 1331 for de Preaux."

Next, note the similarity between "Corbett" and the "Prewitt" and "Previtt" variations (found by Tim) of the Pruitts. This looks like a case of P-Celt versus C-Celt language, where one group of Celts uses a 'P' instead of a 'C' used by the other group. I have pointed this out various times over the years as per the "Cruithen" versus "Pretani" spellings of the same British peoples. In this picture, Corbetts and Corbins look like Cruithen...who I think were Curetes.

That leads to a new revelation on the identity of the Cruithen: apparently, as per the 'b' in the Corbett/Corbin term, "Cruithen" was also "Crvithen," smacking of the Krvats...who were the Croatian Serbs. In several updates I shared similar to the following (from the seventh update of August, 2009): "I identify Serbs and Croats/Krvats as Arphaxadites symbolized by the crow (= corvus in Greek)."

That is a perfect defense for my previous trace of Serbs and Croat to mythical SARPedon of Crete, for I also trace Cruithen to Curetes of Crete, and Sarpedon depicted Curetes we can be sure. The other new revelation may be that "Curete" became "Krvat," which in turn may reveal that Curetes/Cretans were named after mount Gareb at Jerusalem, for I ultimately trace "Krv" and "Serb" to "Gareb."

August 12

In Haaretz today, another article on the failure of the peace "talks." What talks? The failure is due to the Palestinian demand that Israel move out of the West Bank completely. The West supports this demand:

"The Quartet - the United States, the United Nations, the European Union and Russia - issued the statement after a meeting in Moscow on March 19. It calls for 24 months of talks between Israel and the PA that would result in an agreement on the establishment of a Palestinian state...

...The declaration even went so far as to mention that the international community does not recognize Israel's annexation of East Jerusalem."

So what is the Quartet's solution if after the 24 months of "talks" there is no give by Israel? The article doesn't say, and perhaps the Quartet didn't spell anything out on paper. The article seems to paint Obama and Mitchell as soft on Israel at this time, but I think the only reason for this is the dismal political condition of the O-crats for the fall elections.

Just as the Clubs/Clubberes and Claptons were dealt with in recent updates, we have this story out today to remind us of how the American military in Iraq appears to be painted in Hyksos colors:

"President Barack Obama convened his national security team Wednesday to discuss the situation in Iraq, with just three weeks to go before the official end of the US combat mission there.

...Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Obama's national security adviser Jim JONES [caps mine] were joining the talks, as is the new director of national intelligence, James Clapper."

Note that Clappers were from Danes, and that Rollo Claro was a Dane. I won't get into the reasons, but I had traced the "Claro/Clare" to the Claver surname, which, as you can see, uses a three-leaf clover that can be taken for a club symbol. Note the Clawer variation because "Claver" may originally have been "Clauer," as that makes an easy transition to "Clare." The point is, Clavers sound like Clappers. You get it; the Rollo vikings are in charge of Obama's Intelligence team.

Boring as it might be, I'm going to refrain from giving all details of the Claver link to the Mackays of Moray/Fortrin (see Irish Mackey Coat and compare with the Claver Coat). The quick point here is that the green-on-white (Clapper-Chief colors) Mackesy serpent links to Rosicrucians of Massino-Visconti, itself linked to the Massi surname registered under the Christianized Italian "Matthew" family with Mattis-like variations such as Matteuzzi, Mattussi, Mattuzzi, and Mattiassi.

NOW, recall that general Mattis was nicknamed the "Monk," and that on account of tracing his surname to the Irish Maghan/Mann clan (Mackays use "Manu forti" as code), I wondered whether he was from, not only the Manx peoples to which I trace the Manns clans, but the Munich surname, only to find Mannix, Managan, Managhan, Manahan, and Mangan are variations of the Irish Munichs. I mention this because the Clavers were from North Holland, where there are the provinces of Edam and Monnikendam (I ultimately trace Manns to Samsonites and/or Edomites). It turns out that Monnikendam is a Hebrew family: "Jewish families named Monnikendam trace their roots to this town." German Munichs/Munnicks were first in Rhineland (where Ashkenazi "Jews" were first found), and that river flows into the Netherlands, explaining why Holland was filled with "Jewish" Illuminatists/Rosicrucians of the banker kind.

The English Clapper Coat (there's a Dutch one too) looks like an alternative Hohen Shield with the "Jewish" Cohen sun on blue. The German Munichs/Munnicks use Hohen checks and a blue bar. The fish in the Clapper Crest is a pike naiant proper, and when we enter "Pike," what do we find but three-leaf clovers! Moreover, the English Pike Coat is in Hohen colors with a blue chevron.

This is made more interesting because I opened an email from Tim last night (he's been very busy in the heraldry department) showing the owl of the Irish Conlan Crest upon the Rodam/Rodham tree trunk. I figured that the Conlan/Connellen surname was part of the Irish Connell clan, and so if you go back and forth between the Connell Coat and the Irish Munich Coat, you will see the close match, BUT note the three-leaf clovers in the Connell Coat, as they are identical to those in the Pike Coat!

Thus, the Conlans and Connells, as expected, appear to be "Irish Cohens." Recalling the purple Farnen Shield yesterday and the assumed link to the Farrs of "Avaris," note that the Farr Coat smacks of the Scottish Pike Coat!! Do you happen to recall how we got to the Farnan/Farndon surname? The Clubs/Clobberes were from Clobberes of Farndon (Cheshire)!!!

Thus it appears very probably that Munichs/Munnicks and Connells were linked to the Munnikendam Hebrews of Holland. In fact, Irish Munichs were first in Cork (uses black and white checks) of MUNster (Limerick, Lemnians I think, is in Munster too), and Connells were first in Kerry, also in Munster (= all of southern Ireland). The Conlan page says that Conlans were first in...Munster. The Maghans/Manns (from "Mathuna") were in County Clare, also in Munster.

Yesterday, I linked the purple Shield of the Farnans to the purple lion of the Skiptons, BEFORE discussing the Munich and Connell Coats here today. I now find that the stag design common to both is the Skipton Crest. I would dearly like to know the etymology of "Skip," for the clan uses "Pro Patria" as a motto, which I not only view as Edomite code, but as code for the Higgins-branch Hyksos. The Noel Crest (Nobel surname?) uses the same stag.

The Higgins Coat uses the Moreno/Moratin tower in the colors of the same tower of the English Claver Coat. NOW, a break: "Skipton Castle was built by the Normans in the same year, but at the time of the War of the Roses, Skipton Castle was acquired by the Clffords." That's from the Skipton-Coat write-up. It came to mind immediately as I planted my eyes just now on the Kleever/Cleaver variation of the Clavers. It suggests that Cliffords were Clavers, and that Clavers took Skipton castle perhaps due to kinship reasons.

The Clifford Coat uses "paratus" for a motto term, which I'll bet a donkey's rear is identical to the patria term in the Skipton Coat. The write-up mentions a Clifford locality in Hereford, and meanwhile the Cliff surname, with Cleave variation, was first found in Herefordshire. As you can see, the idea that Clavers were from the Club/Clobberes clan is once again evident in the three-leaf clover of the Cliff Coat. CLEARLY, the heraldic clover depicts the Clavers, Cliffs, et al.

The black wolf of the Cliffs is now the fourth time that the symbol has crept into recent discussions, but I haven't recorded the other three surnames. I recall one in the Clode/Leod discussion (they lived on Lewis island), which reminds me that Julie wrote in a few times to insist that "Lewis" means "wolf," though I disagreed because she found that in a Freemasonry dictionary. My impression is that the Clodes/Leods and their Louis variation were linked to a wolf line and that in this way the surname came to be defined as "wolf."

The Clodes/Leods, remember, were rulers of Harris, while the two Harris Coats use a patri-like motto term and a clover/club. The Harris surname thus smacks of the HEREford Cliffs/Cliffords i.e. the Clodes/Leods were related to the Cliffs.

Last night, I caught wind from a busy Tim that the Parrow surname uses three axes of the same kind in the Jones and Johns Crests, the same kind uses by the Axel(rods)/Hawkeswell surname, the same kind that I have viewed as Hyksos code. "Parrow" certainly smacks of "Pharaoh," and Tim found the surname by seeking other surnames that use the Jones motto with "Heb" term; the Welsh Davis Coat uses the same motto exactly, and the Welsh Jones Coat uses it partially. Tim also found that the same motto is used by the Lloyds with Lwyd and Loid variation smacking of "Leod." Perhaps proving that Lloyds were NOT named after "grey" as suggested by the write-up, the Lloyd castle is roughly the Leod castle.

It was yesterday (as per the Parson Crest) that I found the official name of the axes as "halpert." I didn't get round to checking for a Halpert surname until now, and there is one, said to derive in "Albert." BUT, IT USES THE SAME AXES!!! AND A WOLF (I found this Coat AFTER mentioning the black wolves above). The Halpert wolf design is identical to the Lloyd wolf.

The English Albert Crest is a savage with a sledge hammer. That along with the French Albert details suggests linkage to the Nobel/Nebel-branch Nibelungs of Burgundy to the Aethel-using Saxons. I faintly recall linking Nibelungs to the line of Alfred the Great, a Saxon king of the Aethel entity. Hmm, I link the Nibelungs of Burgundy to Aten/Atun, which may have given rise to "Athel," and later "Aethelbert," the said derivation of "Albert."

It is interesting that while the Nephele-branch of the proto-Nibelungs was symbolized by a cloud, the Clode/Leod surname has a Cloud variation. Moreover, the Clodes/Leods are said to be from mythical Frey elements, and Nibelungs lived also among Frey-worshiping Frisians. One might theorize that Clovis was named after "Cloud," the Nephele-based cloud symbol.

As this bloodline topic started today on the Clapper surname that heads the American Intelligence community, may we ask if the three hammers in the Dutch Clapper/Clopper Coat link to the Albert-Crest hammer, and whether that hammer is a variation of the Albert/Halpert axe??

The Parrow surname is properly "Parry," and I was surprised to find in the write-up: "...the original form of the name was ap-Harry." I entered "Harry," and sure enough, it brought up the Harris Coat!

AND ZOWIE, the Irish Harry/Harris Coat, to my surprise this minute, uses the Nobel lion in colors reversed! That's evidence that the Parrows/Parrys/Harrys trace to Nibelung-branch Hyksos -- and the French Alberts of Burgundy -- in the Autun region of Burgundy.

The blue diamonds on white of the Parrow/Parry/Harry Coat could link to the Irish Bricks of Munster. Recently, I discussed links of Bebractes, the Autun capital, to the BRIGians of BeBRYCEs, and therefore to such terms in Briton as Brigit, Bright, Brick, etc. For what it could be worth, the Irish Whelan/Phelan/Failin Coat (surname also first in Munster) is essentially identical with the Irish Brick Coat.

I wondered whether "Phalon" was a l-variation of "Parrow/Parry," and entered "Parron" to find another surname (properly "Perron") said to derive in "Peter/Petros," and using black wolf heads! The Perrons were first found in Champagne (on the north of Burgundy), AND the Arms of Champagne well-reflect the Brick and Phalon Coats.

Irish Harrys were also Carries, and the English Carries/Carriers use Carrick colors...and black talbot dogs.

This is very interesting because it links Carricks -- a major topic from the Cheshire Meschins to the Moray Randolphs (the Randolph surname write-up traces to "wolf") -- to the Parrows/Parrys, which then supports what I wasn't going to show you for lack of evidence, that the Parr surname, using the Talbot Shield design, therefore links to Talbots...meaning that Parrs also link to the talbot symbol of the Carricks! That's evidence, in other words, for "Carrick" linkage to the Harry surname that is said to have formed the Parrows/Parrys.

It had been my impression that "Taille(bois)/Tal(bert)" was a variation of the Sellick/Selioc surname because it too uses the same Shield design. We now have more evidence of a Talbot-Sellick link in that Sellicks were first in HEREfordshire.

As the Meschin line to the Moray Randolphs through the Carricks was a Vere-Meschin line, it's clear to me that the Parrs, like the Phars/Farrs, were Veres. The Parrs use French Fer/Ferras colors, in fact. This is not the first time that Meschins and Veres trace to Hyksos elements, but with linkage to Sellicks/Seliocs, linkage to Apollo-wolf worshiping Seleucids is again realized. Carricks use a "Garde" motto term, and the Garde Coat uses a wolf.


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