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February 18

I was supposed to take a week off the computer, but was on all day yesterday doing today's topic. Today could reveal (or at least begin to reveal) why I think God wanted to stress the north-African elements that became part of the dragon cults of Freemasonry. I'm not sure whether He wants a warning to Christians about the movers and shakers of FOX News, or whether He wants a realization of where exactly the Moors and/or Saracens join the Nordics. The two seem to be related.

As we shall see, many hours after I started this update as a continuation of yesterday's Nimo topic, the FOX and Moor topics were discovered to share bloodlines from the Norman, Robert Guiscard. The curiosity is that the Guiscard surname was first found in Stirlingshire, where the Nimo surname was first found.

Where does the topic at the end of yesterday's update lead wherein the Pratts/Praetutti and Nimos were found to be merged? The Nimo/Nimmo variations of NewMarch/NewMarsh give clues to where they connect: the Welsh-English border Marches come to mind. The March/Marsh Coat uses the Kay and Kenner bird (perhaps a canary, after "Kenner," mythical father of Kay), and the Bratt (Pratt variation?) lion.

The March/Marsh Coat also uses a sun, as for example in the Somme Coat, AND the Nimmo surname shows a Nemmoke variation while the Moke/Mogg surname was first found in SOMERset. The Moke/Mogg Coat and Crest has a red crescent, proof of links to the Nimmo and Durham clans (the Nimo surname was discovered in the first place as per the "animus" motto term of the Durhams). Remember, the Durhams were first found in DUMfriesshire, for "Dum" could be related to "Somer."

Remember, the Burgh surname uses an "animo" motto term and should therefore apply to the Nimos. While I had traced Burghs AND 'N' versions of Somer-like terms to "Tonebrigg" (Kent), is it a coincidence that the Marches/Marshes were first found in Kent? I recognized the March Coat as that which one gets when entering "Mash," as if the Massins/Masons of Kent are related to the Marches. I did trace the Massis to the German Mathie surname...that uses a Shield exactly like the Mash/March/Marsh Shield.

Yesterday, I introduced a fundamental trace of "king Arthur" to the Irish Mathuna clan, which clan was previously linked to the Scottish Mathie surname. I made the link hard because the Scottish clan uses a Mann variation, which the Irish clan shows as a Mathuna>Mahan>Mann evolution of terms. Not only does the Scottish Mann Coat show "ardua" in the motto, but recalling the recent trace (end of third, and beginning of fourth, updates of February) of the Irish Mathunas to the Innes surname of Angus elements (and from there to Massino Visconti), note that a shown Mann variation is "MAngus" (capital A not mine)!! I didn't notice that before.

The Hanna surname (creators of the Flintstones) also use "ardua." The impression is that Irish groups using the hand symbol trace to Hannibal's Carthaginians, but, the question is, were Carthaginians a major part of the Arthurian surname? Or, were the pre-Hannibal Carthaginians responsible for Spano-British Atlantis of Freemasonic affections? Carthaginians were linked by myth to Poseidon's line out of Tyre, roughly the same family as mythical Europa. It's known that Poseidon elements founded western Atlantis (Poseidon was made its founder) but that they had settled around Naples, especially at nearby Poseidonia, very close to Eburum (at mount Alburnus) and Avellino of proto-Arthurian elements.

Today's update causes me to realize that vikings were linked with Irish hand-using clans, but then that merger may be the same as what caused the Arthur-Clare merger. I'm now thinking that the Irish Mathuna clans lived where the proto-Arthurian clans had lived earlier.

The saw-like symbol of the Mann Coat is used by the Swedish Hall Coat, and meanwhile the Dutch Halls use the triple chevron in the colors (reversed) of the English Maths/Mathesons. AND, since this is the Clare triple chevron, it's another sign that the Arthurs were also linked to Math/Mathie/etc. clans. The Mash/March surname (of the Nimos) should then trace to the Strongbow Clares of the Welsh-English Marches. Remember, the Irish Mathunas/Manns were first found in County Clare (Ireland), named after Strongbow Clare's forces.

Recalling the trace of the Irish Mathunas to Angus, let me insert here what was just found: the Angus-surname Coat, showing a Vere-ish motto and the Vere star, uses a red-on-white lion in the position of the red-on-white Mathuna/Mann lion.

When we go to the German Mann Coat, we find the Wild/Wilder "savage." The mysterious savage symbol is seen also in the Italian Ales Coat (surname first found in Messina). If you read a few days ago, you know the trace of the Elmer/Aylmer (i.e. as per Fudd) surname to Wild-Ales entities because the first Bugs Bunny cartoon was named, "Wild Hare." Compare the English Wild Coat with the English Bugs Coat, a match.

While the Irish Hare Crest uses a green snake (in a fox's mouth), so does the English Innes Crest. [As it will be shown that the Hare fox symbol likely links to the creator(s) of FOX news,] We should ask whether the Hares connected with the Mathuna clan of County Clare, since Mathunas were traced (by me, anyway) to Innes/Angus. Apparently, yes, for the "Prudentia" motto term in the Innes Coat leads to the Prude surname that is properly "Prat(t)," the surname that was, or at least that merged with, the Nimo clan (we're assuming the Nimo/NewMarches clan of the Marches joined Strongbow Clare in County Clare activities). Both the Hares and Prats use green three-leaf clovers, and the Hares were found in Connacht, where County Clare was situated.

The idea that "Angus" traces to Goz/Guis is supported by the Angos and Anguis variations of the surname. Of particular importance is that Robert Guiscard, a viking who conquered southern Italy as far north as the pope's armies, and who was related to Rollo, is said to be derived from "fox" [at this point in the update, I did not know that FOX News shakers would trace to Guiscard elements, nor that those shakers could link to the Hare Crest's fox]. Again, see the Italian Guis Coat (Guiscard colors), for it uses the Dougal lion-design, while the Mathuna link to Angus has everything to do with the Dougal surname.

The Dougals/Dowells were traced to the Dahlens, who use a Dallen variation, while I traced the MagDALENE cult fundamentally to the red-on-white lion (Dougal design) of the Irish Dallens. The Mathunas use a red-on-white lion too.

One can trace the Italian Guis clan to Britain, and to Guiscard! First, the Guis surname is shown to be more-properly "Guido": "The personal name Guido is derived from the Germanic first name Wido, Wito, in turn derived from Widu...The Germanic element Widu is actually translated into English as wood." Now, look at the Wis/Wise variations in the Scottish Guiscard surname. Those variations in conjunction with "Widu" suggest the Wide surname, so see the Scottish Wide Coat...with the Wilder/Ales savage AND the Ales tree! AND, the Wide surname has a Wood variation (!!) so as to link with the Italian Guido/Guis family, meaning also that Guiscard elements should be sought in Wood/Wide bloodlines. One could even get the impression that the Wides and Wilds were the same clan under variants. The importance of finding Guiscard blood in Wis/Wise-like terms may become enormous as per Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian Illuminati.

The English Wides, more-properly "Wades" (first in Durham), are interesting because they use blue scallops on gold, colors reversed from the Arms of Coruna to which I've traced the Pattersons (Coruna seems to have been an Atlantean domain under mythical Geryon). I had found reasons to suspect Patterson links to the Wilds/Ales. Those reasons include the Spanish Pedros Coat -- the Ales tree -- and the Padros write-up: "there is a village named Padron in the province of La Coruna." Not knowing what species the Ales, Padros and Wild/Wide tree is, I now see the nine-acorn oak tree in the English Vode Coat (the Scottish Wides/Woods use a Vode variation). It reminds us of the Norse tree of life linked to Odin...because the Vode variations smack of "Odin/Woden."

[The idea of Guiscard elements in Coruna, where we expect Moor clans to have lived, is in line with the theory, created in my mind later in this update, that Moors became special to Guiscard in particular.]

To what did "Guis(card)" trace? I've claimed a trace to Basques of Gascony, but I don't recall considering a "Guis" trace to "Gewisse," the name of the Wessex Saxons, and therefore to the Kwisa/Queis river, Lusatia. It dawns on me now only because I keep a theory that the German Wise/Weis surname is so linked...yet it sounds like a contradiction to trace "Guis" both to Basques and to Saxons.

BUT NOW, entering "Quis": a Queston>Cutcheon>Hutchen viking surname (Moreno/Moratin castle) first found in Ross-shire, where the Scottish Pattersons (pelicans galore = Patterson merger with a Polish bloodline(s)) were first found. Seeing the Patterson Coat again, it dawns on me now that, since Pattersons have been linked to Russell and Saracens, the "grege" motto term (of the Pattersons) links to the Carrick>Craig>Greg clans that were a hard-C version of "Saracen." The Question/Hutchenson write-up traces to Hugh, then to "Question," but I beg to differ, for there is a German Questen surname...with Wuest and Wyst variations. It was first found in Bavaria, AND BEHOLD; it uses a Wueston variation, smacking of the west(on) derivation of "Wessex"!!! There is an English Quest Coat using garbs, symbol of the Gascony Basques!

The English Kiss/Cuss surname, said to derive from "cuisse," appears to apply (I see "water fountain" links to the same of Leitrim, Ireland), smacking of the Kissane and Cussane-Patterson surname. Remember, the Kissanes have a GUISane variation, and Cassanes use "alis" in the motto.

The German Wise/Weis surname was first found in Bavaria too (!), and I suspect it's at the root of the Wassa/Washington surname as well. Again, Adam Weishaupt (Hebrew satanist) founded the Bavarian Illuminati (same year of American Independence), whom I think Glenn Beck (now on FOX) and Michael Savage (a Hebrew), and other movers and shakers of political Independents, could trace to (by blood if not by spirit). That is, I've suspected that Michael Savage is linked to a Hebrew Illuminati group of some sort, and watching Glenn Beck lately has me thinking that he is in support of current-day Illuminatists that trace to Jefferson-Washington-Weishaupt Freemasons.

The Weishaupt Coat uses a satanic-looking ibex, and when that term caused me to check Weishaupt links to the Beck surname just now, a pelican-on-nest in the Beck Crest!

Glenn Beck is a self-absorbed Christian fake who spends his broadcasts on money matters, showing the Glenn Beck logo at every opportunity because he wishes to become an American movement. But where is he leading to? It's wonderful that he and other Conservatives are effectively challenging the O-Circles, but where would the Becks of the new-news world lead America if they had the power to lead? Back to the Freemasonic agenda of Washington>Jefferson, where the agenda included lip service to Christians for the real purpose of creating a country based on toleration=democracy...with equal rights granted to the devil's sons?

The framers of the Constitution were clever to say that all men are born equal, but God does not want the devil's sons to have rights equal to His sons. The Constitution should read that all the living are to be treated equal, without favoritism. That's how God wants it. If the devil's sons do wrong, they should pay for it. Jail terms or worse for adultery and greed. But Freemasons favored their own bloodlines and brothers, and they set up their own judges to malign justice, and to keep themselves from being jailed for doing wrong.

Why does the English Jefferson Coat use what looks to be the Wide Shield, and a leopard? Why does the Welsh Jefferson Coat use a griffo-dragon? Why do we see a "cruce" motto term, an apparent Rosi-Crucian allusion? Does the "cruce" code have origins in the Carrick version of "Saracen," since after all Saracens were merged with the Rus (that I think founded Rosicrucianism)?

Both Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity of FOX support Sarah Palin, while the Palin/Pauley Coat uses a lion in the colors/position of the Savage Coat. Coincidences?

The Irish Patterson lion is identical, except that it's the Dougal design, and is given blood droplets. The Irish Reilly Coat has two lions, of the Dougal design, facing one another...with a hand dripping blood between them. Again, Saracens were possibly of the Hannibal Carthaginians to which the Hand surname (using a hand symbol) trace.

The Palin/Pauley Chief uses white stars on black, colors reversed from the Beck stars. But, also, the Bacon Chief is black-on-white stars, while there was a leading New-Atlantean Rosicrucian, Francis Bacon, where the New Atlantis was to be the United States by the powers of the British Crown under the Stewart royals. Bacon's fellow conniver was John Dee, a spy for queen Elizabeth I (that was more equal than other spies), and so see that the Dee surname (once again a Dougal-lion design) was first found in Cheshire, where the white-on-black-star Pulciphers/Pules were first found.

What's with the "Hic" motto term of the Dees? The Dee Coat colors are the same as in the Hick Coat, while the Hykes' use scallops in Meschin colors.

The Reillys were first in Cavan (beside Leitrim), while the Arms of Cavan use the motto term, Feardhacht, meaning "manliness" (code for the Mann surname?). But "Fearadhach" (only slightly different) is said to be the derivation of the Irish Hare surname...the one with a fox's head with a snake in the mouth" that links to the green snake of the Innes/Angus Dougals! The Hare lion is, once again, the Dougal lion design. The Cavan article: "In medieval times, Cavan was known as East Brefnie, or Brefnie O'Reilly after its ruling Gaelic family..." that was more equal than other Gaelic families.

The "fear" motto term of the Hares finds a Vere alternative in the Fear/Fere surname, in case one doesn't accept a "Fer" link to Veres. The Fear/Fere write-up actually traces to the Veres on Manche/Coutances. Hmm, the Couto Coat (which has the Innes-Crest castle, uses waves that can link to the English Kiss/Cuss surname said to derive from "cuisse." That is, "Couto" may link to "Cuisse/Guis" so that "Cussane" was a Coutan(ce) variation. The Kiss/Cuss waves are called "water fountain," a symbol used in the Arms of Leitrim.

As we see in the Innes write-up that the clan was from the Innes location in Urquart (in Moray), so the Urquart/Orchard surname uses Melusine (as does a Moray Crest) with PALM leaf in HAND.

As for the Hannity surname, it smacks of the Hands, one branch of which was first in Cheshire, as were the Savages. As I showed, the French Sauvages use a red heart on white, symbol of the Scottish Douglas clan. The red heart is a symbol of Lanarkshire, where the Vere-Meschins were before jumping to the earldom of Moray. But as they were more exactly in Blackwood of Lanarkshire, the Douglas write-up is conspicuous where it traces the surname to "black stream." Not that I believe "Douglas" means "black anything," for it's more likely a Dougal variation, but that the Douglas clan was associated with Black/etc. surnames.

This is the first time that I've looked into FOX news people to check for all-in-the-family, so to speak, Illuminati links. And, ZOWIE, emphasis recently on the Ales and Ale terms seems to have reason here: "The [FOX] channel was created by Australian-American media mogul Rupert Murdoch, who hired Roger Ailes as its founding CEO." I recall tracing the Ayls/Ailes surname of Aylesford, Kent, to Ayrshire via the Hegel (from "L'Aigle") surname. I NOW see that it's the Savage Coat in colors reversed!

As Ayrshire was called Ale, note that the Murdock surname, smacking of More/Muir/Moor/Moray elements, was first found in Ayrshire. It uses ravens. The Scottish Hares were first in Ayrshire, and it now dawns that the surname smacks of "Ayr." In fact, the Hares have Hehr and Heher variations that easily modify to "Hagar." I get it! The red fox of the Hare clan ties to the Murdocks!!!

Compare the FOX News logo (link above) with the only symbol of the Guiscard Coat.

"Murdock," said to be from "Muirchadh," reflects the Irish Murtha/Murtagh surname, said to be from "Muircheartaigh," and besides the Murtha surname's green snake and black eagle was solidly linked (third update this month) to the same of the Visconti family. The Muir/More/Moor surname was also first found in Ayrshire. It looks like we're dealing with the Mauritanian element among the Moray vikings when it comes to FOX news, AND ZOWIE, Robert GUIScard ("the fox" from the Rollo line) makes ABSOLUTE SENSE since he conquered southern Italy, so close to both the Saracens and north Africa!!

In Latin, Guiscard was VIScardus or VIScart, evoking both the Carthaginians and the Visconti family to which the Saracens of southern Italy linked. I GET IT!!! I could never figure out why vikings and Moors would link up in a sacred family match, but Guiscard makes it all make sense. He brought Moor blood to Norman Britain.

At the time of Guiscard, Normans of all sorts were on the verge of conquering all of Europe, nearly grasping the Roman empire once again, with Jerusalem included! Guiscard was at the spearhead of the Jerusalem invasion. It looks as though this Robert Viscart and some Saracens were linked somehow, ending up as the Viscontis. The Arms of Milan and Piedmont, being the Templar cross, can then be explained with Milan/Piedmont connection to Viscart bloodlines.

LOOK. The Guiscard surname was first found in Stirlingshire (borders Pertshire), while the Stirling Crest is a Moor-head!! That was found AFTER writing the above. The Scottish Nimo surname, also first found in Stirlingshire, should connect with the Saracens among Guiscard's bloodlines in the Marches. As the Nimos connect to the Durham surname, I'll bet that the red crescent of the Durhams is the Guiscard-red color of the Guiscard-related Saracens. Recalling that Durham variations smack of the Drummonds, it should explain why Drummonds, first found in Pertshire, named Drymen in Stirlingshire.

The Stirling surname is traced (by the write-up) to "Stryvlyn" (assuming a lyn suffix), and kicking around some similar terms with "Stubb" in my head (because the Stubb Coat is colors reversed from the Stirling buckles), I came to the German Strub/Struve Coat, similar to the Ottone Coat (!!), the name of the first Visconti ruler of Milan.

As per the Massino and Massi/Mattiassi link to the Viscontis, I linked them to the German Matte surname because the Coat is an image of the Ottone Coat with Masci/Massey symbols. The Welsh Matt/Matthew Crest is a MOORcock (!), and the motto includes, "fydd," evoking Elmer Fudd. Remember, the Daffy/Davis surname is a Welsh surname, and it too, like the Welsh Matthews, uses a black lion (lots of black lions today). In FOX News history:

"In May 1985, Australian publisher Rupert Murdoch announced that he and American industrialist and philanthropist Marvin DAVIS intend to develop 'a network of independent stations as a fourth marketing force' to compete directly with CBS, NBC and ABC..." (caps mine).

As per the GUIS term, see the QUIESCAM motto in the Stubbing Coat!! (It evokes the Queis/Kwisa river, Lusatia.) Very apparently, the Guiscard bloodline was responsible for the Stubbs, Stubbings, Struves and Strubs, but why not also the Stive/Steven surname (as per Michael Stivic of All In The Family) with Moray stars and Ross-Crest green ring (Ross-shire and Moray were doubled up at times)? I'm keeping an all-seeing-eye out for evidence that the Stive surname is a branch of the Stivics, which then links to the Polish-Transylvanian/Moravian bloodlines. The "Coelum" motto term of the Stives should link to the green snake of the Coles Crest; the Coles Coat has leopard heads (= Transylvanian symbol).

Shocking. Just hours after writing the above, I found myself back to the All In The Family article, where I was reminded that Edith Bunker was played by Jean STAPLEton (i.e. close to "Stubbs/Stubbing"). The Stapleton Crest has a Moor-head. The Coat's another black-on-white lion, and another "Fide" motto term.

Archie Bunker was played by Carrol O'Connor, and the Irish Connor Coat appears to use a sword encoiled by a green snake!

Then there's one of the composers for the All In The Family theme song, Charles Strouse. I recall linking the Strauss surname, with Strouse variation, to the struthio=ostrich bloodline from Poland. I now see that "Strouse" could have developed from "Struves." There is a question as to whether the Schleswig (German-Danish border region) links to Schlesien/Silesia (Poland).

Then there's the producer of All in The Family, Norman Lear, with a surname said to be from "L'Eyre," as if from Ayrshire elements if the show's main crew was linked to the general bloodlines of FOX News founders/starters AND the Loonie Tunes crew. In fact, as per the suspicion that "Loonie" is rooted in Luneburg(-Brunswick), see the Strouse write-up: "...other chronicles suggest the true origin [of the Strouse surname] to be the ancient province of Altmark, later the duchy of Brunswick." So, throw the Flintstones in too. As per the Silesian ancestry of the Leon Schlesinger, who founded Warner Bros. Cartoons, see the Warner write-up: "Branches of this estimable family held estates near Hanover, at Trebitsch in Silesia, and at Tolitz in Pomerania."

The English Duke/Dook Coat smacks of the Ottone Coat, both using blue and white rings on white/blue backgrounds. We then find a Duck surname "derived from Old English words duk, dukke, duck, doke, and dook, which all mean duck. However, these words are often indistinguishable from the various Old English words duc, duk, duke, douc, and doke..." Are we stepping on the webbed feet of Daffy Duck here? Recall the Douglas surname, using a red heart, then see the Irish Duck surname with red heart! How odd: "Spelling variations of this family name include: Lohan, O'Lohan, Loughan, Loghan, Logan, Duck and others."

Fortunately, Irish Lohans can be identified with the Scottish Lennans, first found in Aryshire...where the Murdocks were first found. The Murdock surname founded FOX News, remember, and when we enter "MurDUCK," can it be? CAN IT BE?? YES.

It looks like Mur/Muir/MoorDucks were from the raven clan of vikings. No surprise. The Taffie Coat and the Lennan/Duck Coat both use "hoc" as motto terms! The Irish Lennans use "stirpe" as a motto term, close to "Stryve/Strub." There is a Stirpe surname first found in Nottinghamshire, where the Bugs surname was first found.

The "signo" motto term of the Taffies should link to the secundo term of the Murducks. In the Irish Logan/Duck page, the curiosity of the Duck variation is said to be from the Irish word, "lacha," meaning "duck." Therefore, compare the German Lach Coat with that of the Taffies. Then, as per the "majorum" motto term of the Logan/Ducks, see the black and white checks (also in the Lach Coat) of the Spanish Major/Mayerdomo Coat.

I need to say that the movers and shakers of FOX News may not be joined to any Illuminati circles, for it's possible that they were at first chosen to be part of Illuminati-run news media, but later disconnected themselves due to the corruption which they saw. It's too early for me to say one way or the other, but beware FOX news anyway, just in case.

I see the Guiscard/Viscarte Normans in southern Italy merging with Hannibal remnants, even though there were several centuries between the two. BUT, I think they merged in Britain. That is, I think the Guiscard family merged with the Hand et al surnames, for the Fox-surname Coat uses red hands (in the color of the red fox). The surname (in the colors of Swiss Sion) uses "Sionnach" as a motto term. On January 30:

As per the Shingletary variation [of "Singletary"], there's an Irish Shing/Shinick surname said to derive from "Sionnach," so I looked to see if there is a Sion Coat, and found it registered under the Swan/Swein family. "Fidelitas" is the entire motto, very significant because it's a term in the Singer motto.

The Shing Coat is exactly the Irish Fox Coat because "sionnach" is said to mean "fox." The Singletary Crest has a broken spear, as does the Wren Crest, keeping in mind that the Wrens were in the origins of Rennes (Brittany) and the Rain surname from "Randolph." The Singletarys changed their surname to Dunham, and Dunhams had merged with Randolphs in order to adopt the English Randolph Coat. Now we know that Randolphs -- and Obama -- trace to Wrens.

The Reilly Coat also uses a hand, remember, and the surname was from "Raghallach," which, for the following reason, should link to Hannibal Carthaginians. "Ragin" is said to be the derivation of the Rain surname, and Wrens were first found in Durham; the Durham Crest shows dolphins, the same design as per the Reagan/Ragin Coat (meaning that Obama traces to the Reagan surname too). But I freaked when I saw the English Ragin/Ragan Coat, for as it uses the deer-head design of the Hanna Coat (another ardua motto term), which surname was solidly linked to Hannibal, the Reilly surname (with hand symbol) must also link to Hannibal. In other words, the hand is now certainly a symbol of Hannibal remnants in Britain.

Does anyone remember the Tancred surname? "Robert Guiscard was the sixth son of Tancred of Hauteville." I often linked the Tancreds in round-about ways to the Gust(ov) surname, both using chevrons in the Guiscard (and Hare-fox) colors. I also suggested that "Gustov" has a "Gus root (as opposed to "Gust"), which now looks true as per "Guis."

In the past (January 13), I had seen another curved chevron aside from the Gust chevron, and it happened to be in the Strub/Struve Coat! Let me repeat what was said above because the Guiscard surname was first found in Stirlingshire:

"The Stirling surname is traced (by the write-up) to "Stryvlyn" (assuming a lyn suffix), and kicking around some similar terms with "Stubb" in my head...I came to the German Strub/Struve Coat..."

Obama traces to Daffy Duck, who bragged before he had his head shot off (with Elmer's shotgun). Hmm, FOX News is Elmer.

February 19

Today's update shows evidence that God has been wanting, though the assistance of readers, to reveal on the Saracen factors. This time, instead of Tim, Lee sent an email to emphasize the Sforza surname that, as Visconti in-laws, took over the Visconti hold on Milan. There is a Sforza Coat, with a gold lion (Dougal style!) on blue, probably a variation of the Ferrari lion, for already there are clues of Sforza links to the Italian Veres/Fers.

The Sforza lion is holding something. It's called a "quince." There is a Quince Coat, which, perhaps not surprisingly (though it shocked me at first), links to Rollo's Normandy domain, for the Coat, seven gold mascles on red, reflects the nine gold mascles on red of the Rouen Coat (Rollo ruled Normandy in Rouen). Perhaps you were reading some weeks ago when I had linked Romans of some mysterious sort to the Rouens...because the Romer Coat uses seven gold mascles on red!! Obama's chief economic advisor is a Romer.

The Romer Coat is not exactly the Quince Coat, but close enough to link Romers to the fact that the Sforza family was first found in Rome! Suddenly, the trace of Romney (Kent) and perhaps even Rompuy (EU president) could link to Sforza-Quince elements. What this Sforza link to Rouen also does is to support the trace (of yesterday) from Robert VIScard/Guiscard (Rollo bloodline) to the VISconti family. Hmm, "Guiscard was succeeded by Roger Borsa, his son..." Could "Borsa" have evolved into "Sforza"???

The reason for the mascles (Meschin symbol) is apparently revealed in the Romer write-up: "Hence, conjecturally, the [Romer] surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Revesby held by Ivor Tailbois who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086." Apparently, that man was the father-in-law of Ranulf le Meschin, Ivo fitzRichard de ROUMARE Taillebois (caps mine)!!

That effectively traces Romers to a merger with the Meschin family. But there's more, lots more. As per the Revesby location of Ivo Tailbois, we find an "animum" motto term in the Reves/Reeves Coat (not to mention the green Leslie dragon that could now be linked tentatively to the green Visconti snake). This motto term will come up yet again today when I get back to the Daffy Duck (= Daphne cult, I figure) topic as per an email from Tim, so let me remind you that "animum" is reflective of the Durham-surname motto term, "animus." And for good reason, for I don't think it's a coincidence that one online article has Ivor Tailbois as the "Baron of Kendal," while the Kendal Coat uses the same dolphin design as in the Durham Crest (Coat uses Moray/Weir stars). Kendal, although in WestMORland, may be named after Kent elements, for example the Marlays of Kent who use the same dolphins.

The article above mentions the Meschins of Coupland/Copeland, and that William de Meschin granted land holdings to the son GOSpatrick, Earl of Dunbar, by which I mean to point out that Meschins are herein linked to the Dunbars known to be involved with Randolphs of Moray, thus serving as further evidence that the Randolphs were named after Ranulf le Meschin's line. One has cause to link the Dunham surname of Obama's mother to Dunbars because the Dunham's picked up their dancette design from merger with Randolphs. Dunbars may trace either to Dunholme (= Durham) or Dunham in Meschin Cheshire, or both. As Dunbars were first in Lothian, this would be a good place to show the talbot dog in the Lothian Coat, standing beside a pine tree. The Lothian bugle is in Traby-bugle colors, so keep in mind that I trace Polish Trabys to the Trave river, Polabia. The Dunbar write-up:

"First found in the barony of Dunbar in the Lothians where they held a family seat from very ancient times; ever since the 11th century, when Cospatrick was deprived of his Earldom of Northumberland by William the Conqueror, and fled to Scotland."

Page four of the online article above says that the Conqueror gave the counties of Cumberland and Westmorland to Ranulph or Randolph de Meschines..." The next paragraph tells that Ranulph gave some territories on the English-Scot borders to "friends and followers," keeping in mind that Roxburghshire (where Maxtons were first found) is a border-region. The paragraph tells that Ranulph kept for his own territory the land between the Eden and Shawk river, from Penrith to Carlyle, which is exactly the land that I had traced the beginnings of the Pendragon>Arthur cult to before stressing Meschins in any way. The English Eden Coat, showing scallops and garbs (two Meschin symbols), is named after Eden in Durham! I had read that Meschins of Cheshire came from Durham. The Eden motto includes "prudentia," a term recently traced to the French Prudes/Prat(t)s; the Eden Coat is in the colors of the Belgian Pratt/Praet Coats (English and Irish Pratts use mascles).

We then read that Ranulph named his own territory, Englewood. So I checked the Engle surname to find a German Coat using a raven (!), the bird used for the Ralph Coat (I think "Ranulf" was named after "raven" before developing into "Ralph/Rolph" (Rollo was a Rolph)). It could therefore be that the raven-depicted vikings of Shetland>Cheshire were from the Engle surname of Germany (instead of vice-versa).

The Engle Coat is in the colors of the Durham-surname Coat; in the previous update, I showed that Shetland links to Durham, not just because they seem to share a red crescent, but because I had traced quasi/proto-Drummonds from Polabia to Shetland while Durham variations include Drummond-like terms. I now find that the Engles were first in Bremen (>Bremmer surname), to the east of Polabia, in the domain of the Angles.

I had suggested a trace of the Randolph surname to the Rani Polabians, namers of Rugen (or vice versa). The Reagan Coat uses dolphins too, remember, and the Rain surname was derived from "Ragin." Likely, Rollo's father, Ragnvald, was from Rugen/Rani elements (not necessarily contradicting a trace to Reghin on the Mures river). In other words, the raven-depicted vikings of Shetland>Durham look like a branch of the Rollo vikings. Guiscard might then have come from the Gospatricks of Northumbria.

Durham was in Angle-ruled Northumbria, but it was, previous to the Rollo vikings, the land of the Bernicians. Note the similarity between the sword of the Scottish Doun/Dunn Coat and that in an Arms of Durham. The white lions on blue are in the colors of the Gascony lions so as to allow a Gospatrick link to Gas(cony). As per my trace of the Bernicians to Brunswick, note that Bremen is not far from Brunswick, but also, the Arms of Bremen is a key, recalling the Barnier key and Barney (Rubble) links to both Brunswick and Bernicia. We see a key in the Doun/Dunn crest. Hmm, the Arms of Brunswick are just gold and blue, the Engle- and Durham-surname colors.

NOW, see the two white sickles (top center) surrounded by peacock feathers in the Arms of Brunswick Duchy (are the two men/savages the so-called "green man" sculpted in the Rosslyn Chapel?) Sickles were a myth-related symbol of Trepani in Sicily (though that idea needs to be ascertained). Keep in mind that I trace the Nordic Rus to the antler symbols in the same Arms, and where there are Rus of this Rosicrucian kind, we expect Saracens:

"[Robert Guiscard] Invading Sicily with Roger, the brothers captured Messina (1061) with comparable ease: Roger's men landed unsighted during the night and surprised the Saracen army in the morning. The Guiscard's troops landed unopposed and found Messina abandoned. Guiscard immediately fortified Messina and allied himself with Ibn at-Timnah, one of the rival emirs of Sicily..."

As expected, Guiscard made an alliance with Saracens! I found this only today because I didn't have time to read the entire article yesterday. But look at the Timnah term. I was going to suggest a connection to the Samson cult when, just minutes later, while seeking info on Ibn at-Timnah, I found this:

"Following the death of Hasan as-Samsam in 1053 three warring emirs divided control of Sicily. Ibn al Hawas ruled northeastern Sicily (Val Demone) from Kasr'Jannis (Enna), Ibn at Timnah ruled southeastern Sicily (Val di Noto) from Siracuse and Catania, and Abdullah ibn Haukal ruled western Sicily (Val di Mazara), a region which included Bal'harm, from Trapani and Mazara."

!!!!! We have found the Samson cult of Freemasonry!!! It traces from Sicilian Saracens to the Carricks, I'm already sure. In that fold were the Dunns, perhaps the Daniy of Laish. The Dunbars were first in Lothian!! That suggests a Laish>Lotan>Lothian line. Lothian is also "Lodainn". ZIKERS, were you reading not many days ago (February 9) when a trace was suggested, of both Biblical Lotan and Samson elements, to Lilith, the night demoness of the Edom owl cult? I now read that West Lothian was known as "Linlithgowshire"." SHOCKING, for Lotan's sister, Timna, married Esau's son (Elephaz) (Genesis 36:12, 22).

Tim emailed to say (I opened the email only last night) that Daffy Duck was "Daffy Domus Duck," by which he suggested linked to European Edomites (Tim was the one who got me to consider Edomites in the first place, leading me at first to suspect the Dumnonii Celts of Somerset and Devon, who were fundamentally the Daphne cult of Devon! It's rather perfect to thus link Daphne with "Daffy." BUT NOW, note that the Gaelic name for Linlithgow (also "Lithgae") is "Gleann lucha," for the Irish Duck surname is said to derive from "lacha," meaning "duck." I did link "Lilith" with "Laish," which makes the Lothian location of Linlithgow very conspicuous. Either the links are true facts of history, or there is a cosmic coincidence in play. Perhaps the Val Demone location in the above quote applies to the Dumnonii, or even the LaceDaemonians of Sparta (to which I tend to trace the Dumnonii). Lace = lach???

Samson met DeLILAH in Sorek, wherefore let's keep in mind a possible connection to "Sforza."

In the Samson story (book of Judges), there is much code, one being the number 30; 30 companions and 30 garments and 30 sets of clothes (Judges 14:11-13). Then we find 300 foxes (15:4), and after that 3000 men from Judah (15:11). Therefore, the following Guiscard history, being too hard to believe, is code for the Samson cult:

"According to the Byzantine historian Anna Comnena, [Robert Guiscard] left Normandy with only five mounted riders and thirty followers on foot."

Yesterday I linked the Nimo/Newmarch surname's red crescent to the same of the Durham Coat, and suggested a link also to the Saracens of Guiscard associations. 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 the portrait of Robert Guiscard and his brother, Roger I!! [No longer available at that article, bit see portrait of Robert Guiscard] 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!! STUNNING, absolutely STUNNING! One then has reason to link "Gos(patrick)," and other Gos surnames, to "Guis(card)."

I recall suggesting that "Gustav" is to be understood as Gus-tav, BUT NOW, shock upon shock, the "Gustaf" variation looks like a Gus-Daffy, so to speak, combination. I am referring to the Taffie surname, which brings me to addressing an amazing find from last night. After Tim's email caused me to go verify the Daffy Dumas Duck name, I read the article, and from the line, "Daffy's catchphrase is 'you're dethhhhhhPICable,'" I tried for a Deth surname; Deth/Daeth surname not only uses crescents (and a dragon), but the crescents are white on black, the colors of Daffy Duck: "The Mel Blanc voice characterization and the white neck ring contrasting with the black feathers, are about the only aspects of the character that remained consistent through the years."

THEN, the next thing you would have done is check the Cable Coat, and you would have been flattened by its lattice, because the Taffie Coat (in the Piedmont/Templar cross) uses the same lattice!! AND, the same lattice is in the portrait of Robert Guiscard and his brother, Roger of Sicily!!! Someone knows besides us that the Guiscard bloodline links with the Taffies! I am running out of exclamation marks, but I must use more where the Cable/Cabel/Cabbell surname was first found in SOMERset!!! Why not a trace back to the Cabelees, the fellow tribe of the Lasonii Lydians (!!), to which I had traced "Laish"!!!!? Thank you Loonie-Tunes crew, for giving the clues needed to trace Daffy Dumas Duck to the Kybele cult, for that is also where I had independently traced the Viscontis!

You may have noticed that the Taffie and Cable crests are similar, BUT the Taffie Crest is identical to the Fox-surname Crest!!! I gather this is MORE evidence of a Daffy Duck link to Guiscard/Viscard "the fox" (not necessarily meaning that his surname derives from "fox"). BUT, let's not forget the creator of FOX news, Murdock/Murduck, for the Murduck motto uses "secundo," while the Taffies use, "signo."

I'm going to need to go to the bank today to borrow money...for more exclamation marks. The Deth surname is said to be from "D'Ath," while "The Gaelic form of the surname Taffie is Tath"!!! You now know as a certainty that cartoons are laced with bloodline codes. Please, call me John the Cartoon Buster as affectionately as you can.

Amazing!! The D'Ath surname evoked the Welsh form of the Bath surname: "ab-Atha." The Bath motto uses "despertire," what could be code for the Deth surname. The Bath motto also uses "Habere," and meanwhile the Coat is the Piedmont/Macclesfield/Randolph/Taffie/Templar cross. In this way, the Baath party may have been founded by Syrian surnames tracing to Saracen clans of Britain.

Let's go back to the Quincy surname using the mascle design that is probably used in-code in the portrait of Guiscard and Roger. I was shocked by the write-up: "First found in Northampton, where they held a family seat from very early times and the first of several to bear the name Saer de Quincy (Saer I) was lord of the manor of Long Buckby....This line produced Saer de Quincy (1155-1219), 1st Earl of Winchester." Aside from the "Quin(cy)" similarity of "Win(chester)," let me say that I traced the Saer surname, because it is also the Sayer surname, to Saracens/Sarasins!! That trace was also due to the work of Tim by which I figured that God was onto something special of Saracen roots, and ties to the European dragon cult. We have NOT been disappointed. I NOW see that the Saer/Sauer lion design is that of the Fox Coat!

I cannot find how I came across lattice-filled Shield of the Cullie Coat immediately after seeing the Cable and Taffie lattices last night. I think I had searched my files for "lattice." I now see that "Cullie" smacks of "Cable/Cabel," especially when "Cauly" is used...wherein the 'u' modifies to a v/b. The Irish Pattersons are a sept of MacCauleys, by the way, and when I took another look at the Irish Cauly Coat, the Fox Coat!!! Except that the lion is now "armed" with blue claws and tongue. Readers were reminded yesterday that Pattersons link to Saracens, so let me remind you here that the Saers also use the Fox/Cauly lion.

The Cullie motto is yet another that includes "animo"!!! The surname is said to derive from "Cullach," what may have been Cul-lach = Cul-duck. The Cullies use a red lattice, same exactly as in the lattice-filled Cotte Coat. The Cottes link directly to the Gaut derivation of the Gustav (think Gus-Taffie) surname. The conclusion from these things is that at least one Guiscard bloodline was merged with the Daphne cult from the Cabellees\Lasonii, who became the Cottians of Visconti realms, no doubt from mythical Cotys, father of Attis, husband of Kybele. The Cullies were first found in Somerset.

It eluded me yesterday that the Irish Duck/Logan surname was from the Welsh Taffies, no doubt, for in the Duck/Logan write-up we find: "The annals tell the story of how the men of Teffia (County Meath)..." The MacCauleys were first found in WestMeath.

The English Struthers Coat uses a blue lattice with the saw-like design used by the Clampet/Clement Coat (the Clampet surname was in with the Loonie-Tune crew). The Clampets and the Averys (Tex Avery worked with Looney Tunes too) both use gold roundels on red, but the French Dumas Coat uses gold roundels on blue. It's hard to say at this point whether "Dumas" (Languedoc) was from the ideas of D'mas or Le Mas, or whether it was vice versa. If vice-versa, I see a Mash surname, which brings up the March Coat. The Mash/March surname was first found in Kent and uses the Massin/Mason (of Kent) colors (the Dumas colors too). Possibly, therefore, "Dumas" does not link to "Dumnonii" (or Edom-based terms). Yet, the Mash Chief uses a sun, symbol of the Somers.

The Clampets were first in Brecknock, Wales, and the Taffie and Daffy surnames were first found (among the Davis clan, it is said) in Wales. The Clampets/Clements apparently merged with the Nimo/Newmarch clan: "A bearer of Clement is said to have arrived in the Norman Conquest of England with Bernard Newmarche..." (Clement-Coat write-up). The Newmarks/Newmarches were first found in Breckonshire, no surprise.

Brackets not mine: "By 903 the Arabs (or "Saracens" or "Moors") controlled all of Sicily, and Islam was the official religion." We could therefore expect that the Moor-head symbol of the Moor/More/Muir surname (and others) is one and the same a code for the Saracens of the Guiscard fold. The English Amore/Amoor Coat not only uses the saw-like symbol in the Struthers and Clampet Coats; the Amore Crest not only uses a talbot; the motto not only uses "malis"; but the Amore surname was "First found in Sicilia or Sicily..."

An "amore" motto term is used by the pelican-studded Pelham/Pellan Coat. The peacock in Crest suggests links to the Peacock variation of the Pollock surname. We have seen these pelicans in the Pullen Coat, and (as per its "pallescere" motto term) the Pelles Coat. The point in repeated this here is that Italian Pall___ surname (first in Rome, like the Sforzas) might apply while also linking to the Guiscard-Amore bloodline(s). The Pall--- symbol happens to be the same arm as in the Fox Crest. The Taffie Crest uses the same symbol. AND, the Peacock Coat uses mascles in the colors of the Quinces, Rouens and Romers. The Quinces were from Saer I, remember, while German/Austrian Saers use the Fox lion.

The Quinces link to Sforzas because the Sforza lion holds a "quince." Therefore, the Zauer variation of the Saers/Sauers starts look a little like it could have developed into something like "Szfore" (we can assume a "Sfore" too), a shown variation of the Sforza surname. The Saier surname (Languedoc) uses white stars on red, a symbol used also by the Italian Amores (Sicily). One could begin to see Saracen links, if indeed the Sara/Saier/Saer surnames are indeed Saracen clans, to Amorites.

Noting that the Quince surname comes from the Roman-Gallo, "Quintus," a look at the Quinn Coat is in order: crescents (!) in the colors of Guiscard and the Amore/Saier stars. There are snakes too, and a Cuinn variation, possibly from "Guis." The Quinn-v-Guis reminds us of the Genny variation of "Guisnes."

As the Wayne/Weyn surname (pelican in Crest like the Pullens) founded Wayne country, Michigan, while Romulus in that Wayne county was founded by Pullens (and Pules), we can ask whether the Waynes were not a variation of a Quinn-like term, as for example, "Wynn." Hmm, WINchester is where the Carters were first found, which family uses a cart/wagon wheel, while "Wayne" could be symbolized by, or even derive from, a "wagon." That works because Winchester is in Hampshire, while the Quinces were first found in NorthAMPTON, to the immediate north of Hampshire (and likely named after Hampshire elements). BUT ALSO, Guiscard had an VisCART that Carters may have been named after Guiscard elements and/or Carthaginians.

The Genny Coat (surname said to be descended from Guisnes) is the framework of the Pullen Shield! We can begin to assume that the Pollock surname, traced back (by me) to the Turin and Fort families, links to a Guiscard line to Piedmont i.e. the Visconti-Sforza (the latter means "force") umbrella. Compare the Genny Coat to the Wayne Coat. The Scottish Guinne Coat: white stars on red (!), like the Saiers and Amores.

The following is awesome. I tried the Cart/Carta surname, and found palm trees!!! The Cart Crest is what looks like the Hanna stag (= Hannibal Carthaginians!!!) with a green snake (!!) in its mouth. You get it. The palm is a symbol of the Hand surname tracing to Hannibal elements. The Fox Coat, for one, uses a hand.

Low and behold. I've been waiting for time to check the Fulk Coats to see if there would appear any links to the fox line of Guiscard, and what do I find in the Italian Fulk Coat but a version of the Massi Coat!! By this time, I had found a blue lion on gold, the Massin/Mason symbol, in the Docks/Dox Coat. Not sure if that last surname links to Ducks of any sort, or to the "What's up Doc," spoken by Bugs Bunny as he eats his carrot (code for the Cart surname?).

But the Scottish Dock/Doak Coat uses white cinquefoils on red, the symbol of the Tankervilles/Tanerdevilles...who are said (in the Tancred write-up) to be the main stock for the Tancreds. Robert Guiscard's father was a Tancred, you see, so that we might expect Guiscard bloodline to the Dock surnames. The Tancred tree is an olive tree, symbol of Templar Israel/Jerusalem, perhaps.

I'm keeping a read daily in world news. I'll report when something goes beyond the ordinary.

February 20

Yesterday was a great day of discovery, when rulers were found among Sicilian Saracens by the names of Samsam and Timnah. Overnight, it dawned on me that "Sorek," a region in pre-Israel where the Samson-Delilah merger took place, smacks of "Sarac(en)." Albeit that I'm satisfied with a Saracen trace to "Thraco," it could be that Thrace was named after Sorek elements. In that case, Sorek was the early home of the Draco. Hmm, Samson's father, Manoah, lived in Zorah (Judges 13:2).

It's now clear to me that all my work on the dragon hunt has importance in the Samson cult. God has been kind enough to give me a short cut, thanks to tips from readers, to spare me prolonged searches for this beast's links to Masons. The finding of the Samson cult among Saracens of Sicily explains much. Robert Guiscard's father, Tancred de Hauteville, first of all explains why the Tancred surname uses scallops, as code for the Scylla monster of Greek myth, which monster depicted the Sicels living on the eastern side of Sicily. But it also reveals that the Tancred surname was in fact in honor of Tancred of Hauteville.

There is no Haute Coat, but Gaute pops up the Cotte Coat -- with lattice -- the surname that links to the Gaut>Gustav surname!! If not for LG, we would not have known this key. Note how these terms smack of "Ottone," the name of the first Visconti ruler of Milan. I would guess that Ottone was a Cottian, therefore, which traces to mythical Cotys, father of Attis, of the Manes line that I trace back to Samson's father, Manoah.

The east side of Sicily was also Messina, which should have something to do with explaining the scallops used by Meschins et al. It's now more clear that the Samson surname uses scallops (in Meschin colors) due to a trace to the Sicels, and/or Sicily as a whole. The Pattersons use scallops and a lion with droplets, but a lion with droplets is used also by the Sam/Sammes that Pattersons too should trace to the Sicels, while the Cussane/Kissane/Guisane variation of the Irish Pattersons should trace to "Guis(card)." The suspicion that Pattersons linked with the Ales surname of Italy now proves to have teeth, for the Ales surname was first found in Messina.

This is really wild, for had not an emailer with the Patterson surname been following the updates, we may never have come to these realizations, and very important they are for explaining the Priory of Sion. I recall tracing the Priory of Sion (years ago) to Guiscard's Templar faction, but I didn't know then that the Fox surname is "Sionnach" to the Irish. I don't know how "sionnach" came to mean "fox," but what seems obvious is that the Priory of Sion DOES link to Guiscard, though perhaps more fundamentally to the fox symbol of the Samson cult among Sicily's Saracens. One theory is that the Nordics emphasized an assault on Jerusalem due to the insistence of the Samson Saracens. Templarism was a scheme of a European group of Saracens, in other words, and they convinced the Rus to join them.

It's not my personal discovery that Guiscard was in the Priory of Sion. Others have made that realization too. But where God wants us to know this today, and the details surrounding it, it's likely due to the end-time assault on Jerusalem by the same Samson-Templar cult.

In myth, the Scylla monster had a partner of sorts, the Charybdis monster with wolf features. I was able to trace this term, via Greek-myth codes, to the Arpii/Carpae of the Carpathians (Transylvania)...which lends support to a Sicel trace to the Transylvanian Szekely peoples, around Oradea and the Mures river. And that's where the Nordic Rus of Guiscard's ilk merged with the Sicel bloodline, probably explaining Guiscard's curious appearance in Sicily in the first place.

The Szekely's claim to be at the roots of the Hungarian Arpads, thus linking to the Carpae/Arpii. I linked the Apollo dogs, the Dacians (of Transylvania), to the Arpii as per Apollo's harp symbol, which gives me reason to identify the Charybdis wolf symbol as code for the Apollo cult in Sicily. The Arpii lived north of Thrace, or perhaps what was northern Thrace at times, by which I mean to suggest that they were Thracians. I trace "Saracen" to "Thrace."

The BIG question is whether the Samson-Hercules cult was fundamental to Thracians. That is, were Thracians defined more than anything else as the Samson cult come to Greece as Hercules? Yes, but no. Thracians were of Ares, a proto-Rus peoples, yet he had a Hebrew/Arphaxadite dragon...from Arpad in Syria.

The trick is to explain how the Samson cult was in Arpad of Syria. Coastal Syria was home to the Daphne cult, though she traces, as per her father Peneus, to Panias almost smack dab at Laish, at the foot of mount Hermon, a summit of which was called "Sion." Therefore, the Daphne cult must have been among the Samson Daniy that conquered Laish, but then also among the Sicilian Saracens of Sion-Priory importance, explaining why Taffie-and-related clans seem to link with Guiscard bloodlines. Myth located "Sirens" on Sicily, but these particular Muses can be traced to that part of Greece where Taphians (pirates) came to live, north of Peloponnesia.

It's more clear, therefore, that MeneLAUS elements of Spartan Messene, and their Spartan Lacedaemonian ancestors, came to settle Messina and Charybdis, the latter being, in the opinion of others, the tip of Italy's toe (Calabria). My sense is that Calabria was named directly after Halybes of the Halys river, but not named after "Charybdis," yet an 'l' version of the latter seems likely to have named Calvados...where Meschins and others lived before jumping to Britain with the Rus-viking invasion.

The picture of Daphne and Samson in Sicily dictates that Greek Danaans should have played a role in the Scylla-Charybdis domain. I would suggest that their first Greek city, Mycenae, came to name Messene and Messina, wherefore Meschins of Calvados should trace to Scylla as well, which explains the Meschin scallops.

The best I can do to trace "Lothian/Lodainn" to the Scylla-Charybdis entity domain is at Laus, where the foot of Italy rounds northward into the leg. This makes sense because Lothian should trace further back to the Lotan of Syria > the Ladon of Greece dragon that was made Daphne's alternative father, wherefore we suspect linkage with "Laish," a Laus-like term. If this is the Biblical dragon, since Revelation 13/17 even gives it seven heads (as Lotan had), then shouldn't the anti-Christ be connected to it???

We expect the False Prophet to be connected to the Lotan dragon, so that he may connect it to the anti-Christ, and that's why it's important to God, apparently, to reveal Obama's trace to the Meschins, and to the Dunham-related Danaan>Dane Rus.

The Rani Polabian side of the Meschins traces to Poles = Pollux, son of Leda the Ladon dragon among Spartans, known also as the "Sparti" dragon of Ares. Thus, Meschins trace to the same dragon cult whether through their Polish side or their Sicilian side. The suspicion that Meschins of sorts had also been fundamental to the earlier Arthurian cult is evidenced by a trace of Arthurian elements to southern Italy, from Calabria up to Avellino, and even further north into downtown Lazio, home of the Latins.

The Rosh and the Meshech have been found in Lothian, as namers of Roslin and Musselburgh, and ancient Gog must be in Lothian elements even as ancient Gyges of near-Ezekiel times was a king of Lydo-Mysians. Edinburgh (of Lothian) could trace to the Eden river where Ranulf le Meschin came to live (which he called Englewood).

There must be an heraldic symbol to depict Gog, which, for the Masons, must be the entity deserving the most honor. The dragon/griffin comes to mind. But there must also be a Gog-like term known only to the Masons. I think that this is where "Goz/Guis" comes in, as a soft-c version of "Gog." The Goz ancestry of the Meschins would then be a Gog-Meshech merger (not forgetting that this sort of pact was made much earlier in the Gargarian-Amazon merger that produced the Alan Sauromatians). I also think that the Gace surname (a variation of the proto-Washington surname, Wassa) applies to Gog.

The Irish Griffin Coat uses a griffin in Meschin colors, but also a talbot in the Crest (tracing to the Meschin merger with the Tailbois family). The motto, ""Ne vile Velis," seems to be code for the Nevil(le) family. The Nevil Coat is interesting because it uses the saltire cross granted by pope Clement to Gascony, while the Nevil write-up traces them to Gacey, Normandy. The Nevils can be linked to Meschins of Durham, for Nevils were first found in Durham. If you enter "Gace," you will find the Wassa Coat (Nevil colors) with Goz/Guis-like variations: Gaish, Gason, Gasson, Gaze, Gace, and Gaco (the Waison and Waize variations smack of "Weis").

It was thanks to FE for finding a clue that the Goz surname was part of the Geroie/Geroy family, leading to possible links with mythical Geryon (Gorgons?) of Coruna (near-England Spain). It is therefore VERY CONSPICUOUS that entering "Gary" brings up the Irish Hare Coat with a green lizard...that looks like a gecko! The Hare Crest is the red fox with green snake in its mouth!!! This find comes just now, while I was in the very throws of tracing Guiscard to the Goz=Gog family of terms.

The gecko. A symbol for Gogi bloodlines linking to the Gace surname??? "Sauro(matia)" means lizard." The Gary/Hare motto uses "mait," noticed just now only because SauroMATians were likely named after the Maeotis sea (northern Caucasus=Gogasus), itself likely named after the Medes (anciently "Maat") of mythical Medea (of Colchis) importance. The land (i.e. the Crimea) to the west of Maeotis was called, Taurus, a Sauro-like term. Not only were Sauromatians on the Tanais river (empties into the Maeotis), to which I trace mythical Danaus (founder of the Greek Danaans), but mythical Perseus (one of the first Danaan codes, founder of Mycenae) wedded AndroMEDA (in Joppa, near Samson territory) to give birth (this is myth-speak, not true history) to Gorgophone.

If that's not enough, Maeotis was also the Azov sea, a term that could have evolved into/from "Gaz(e)." If so, I would trace Euskals (what Basques/Gascones call themselves) to "Azov." Indeed, others say that Basques trace to northern Caucasia!! We could even ask whether "Gas" was short for "Caucus." Or, if that's not correct, it's interesting that Samson, just before meeting Delilah in Sorek, sleeps with a harlot in Gaza. Gaza could then link to Azov, which makes sense for tracing the Azov proto-Danaans to Philistine territory. In Blood, Sveti, and Tears, I quoted the following and then commented:

"In much literature on the lost Tribes the patriarchal Tribe of Dan and the matriarchal Tribe of Dinah...have been confused. The Tuatha de Danaan of Ireland are not of Dan but of Dinah. She is the Goddess Dana or Dona..."

I had earlier claimed that the Danaans were not from Dan, but from the Biblical Dinay (Ezra 4:9, though not included in all English versions), which certainly seems identical with the "Dinah" above. In Ezra 4:9, the Dinay are lumped in with Chaldean Semites, living in Israel but opposing the Israelites. I claim that these were the Kabala/dragon cult in Israel, and that they have since attempted to hijack the promises made by God to Israel, concerning Israel's Millennial rule over the world.

For more information, google "Dinaites." They could have become the Tinia term of Etruscan mythology, i.e. the chief Etruscan god, leading to "Odin." The Dinay are mentioned in Ezra 4:9 with Apharsathchites, and Apharsites. Aphar? Also a part of the Ezra text is one ruler named, Shimshai," which may have been linked somehow to the Sames/Samson cult. "Shimshai" evokes the Simson surname, which reminds me that a key point was neglected yesterday when quoting the following: "The D'Ath surname evoked the Welsh form of the Bath surname: 'ab-Atha.' The Bath motto uses 'despertire,' what could be code for the Deth surname. The Bath motto also uses 'Habere'..."

Why is it in particular the Simson motto that includes "desperandum"? The D'ath surname was the Deth surname that was found as per the Deeeeethpicable code used by Daffy Duck. Why do the Scottish Simsons use crescents, and an "Alis " motto term? Why is it that "an area named Simpson was listed in the Domesday Book (1086) as being held by the Bishop of Bayeux"? That Bishop, from the Herluin Conteville bloodline, ruled in the Bessin (Calvados) among the Meschins.

The Dinay are mentioned in Ezra long after the Samson cult was in Greece, but they may have been from the "Daniy" used of Samson's bloodline, whom the myth writers may have confused, intentionally, with the Israelite tribe of Dan. I did link the Samson cult in pre-Israel with the escape of the Hyksos and proto-Danaans from Egypt/Tanis, and then traced Hyksos (independent of any Samson considerations), through the Manes>Attis>Lydus cults, to the Trojo-Lydian participants in the proto-Etruscans and proto-Latins. I would suggest that Hyksos Danaans lead to Tinia elements, therefore, founders of Rome.

After trying "Gary," I entered "Gery," getting a Gery/Warre Coat with griffin in Crest. The idea coming to mind is that "Vere/Fer" derived from "Geryon" remnants, Gorgons depicted in olden days with snakes for hair. Yesterday I saw a white winged horse in the Quinn/Cuin surname (suggested as per the Quintus derivation of the Quince>Sforza family), which could link to the Guisnes/Genny surname of the Veres who founded the Moray Randolphs. In myth, when the Medusa Gorgon was killed by Perseus, she was raised as Pegasus, a white winged horse. Just as Perseus won a war against Medusa Gorgons, so Hercules defeated the Geryon Gorgons, thus linking, perhaps, the Geryon Gorgons to the Medusa faction. Clearly, Hercules, a descendant of Perseus, belonged to the Gorgophone Gorgons (that won the war against the Medusa factions). Some locate the Medusa in northern Africa, which would them make them suspect among Saracen/Moor elements. We should like to know why Tancred de Hauteville named his son, Guiscard.

"[Tancred de Hauteville] was a minor noble near Coutances in the Cotentin, but it is not even certain which of the three villages called Hauteville he held, though Hauteville-la-Guichard is most often cited."

There is the evidence that "Haute" links to "Gaut/Cotte" and the Cottians. Is "Guic(hard)" the reason for a gecko symbol?

The Gery griffin has an antler in its mouth. The antler by itself was a symbol of the Veringens and their Zharinger cousins/brothers (of Baden, which term was traced to the Bath = ab-Atha family in Wales), wherefore we can suspect that this Gery/Warry surname is in honor of the Veringens. It dawns on me just now, because I have Saracens on the brain as per the SarMatian variation of "Sauromatian"), that Zharingens were a Saracen family! Or, at least, a Sarmatian family (I haven't yet made a solid Saracen link to Sarmations).

All of this explains why, a month or more ago, I felt in my heart that the Goz surname had to be treated separately, as with great importance. I allowed no pre-conceived ideas to direct my thinking. Links should come naturally as additional clues fill the jigsaw puzzle. That puzzle is now nearly finished. I have even found the origin of "Sforza," I think, in the Safer/Safre surname, first found in Burgundy (i.e. not far from Piedmont). The English Saffer/Savery surname is said to derive from the German "Sava-ric." Tim should like this very much, as it should link to the German Sauer/Saier family from the Sau/Dava river. I didn't know the Saffer surname yesterday, when I suggested a Sforza link to this very Sauer/Zauer surname. See also the 'v' versions of Sawyer-like surnames in the Saver-Coat page.

This all amazing coming five hours after I awoke this morning at 5 am with "savvy" sounding in my head, It came out of nowhere; I thought that the Holy Spirit was calling me savvy. I was up at 5:30 writing this update because I sensed to be verging on the Masonic keys. I would link the Saver surnames to Savoy more now than ever, suggesting that the house of Savoy was a Saracen entity...if the Sarah/Saire surname is a Saracen entity.

Not only did I think that God was directing me with Tim's lead to the Sauviat/Savage family of peoples, but now "savvy" was sounding in my spiritual ears. Why? Where is this to go? When I enter "Savy," the Savery Coat comes up! The Saverys use "A heron's head holding an olive branch in its beak; the latter should link to the olive tree in the Tancred Crest! It's more evidence that Guiscard/Viscarte links to the Viscontis.

The Savery surname was first found in Devon. As I trace "Devon" to "Daphne," note that "Savy" could be an 'S' version of "Daffy/Taffie." I've not mentioned that my father's sister married into the Taff surname.

I would place my bets at this point on a Savery/Sforza trace to Sepharvites, whom I figured were the Subartu of old Assyria who founded Spartans, but why not also the founders of Sybaris in southern Italy, and their sister city, Laus? Adam Weishaupt (Illuminati founder), who may trace to Guis/Viscard, used "Sparticus" as an alias. Carl Marx took Weishaupt's torch; his surname evokes the Nimo/NewMarches, but in any case, the German (i.e. Hebrew) Marx Coat uses a gold lion holding a gold Zionist star, while the Sforza Coat is a gold lion holding a gold quince. The tails of the two lions are identical.

February 21

There once was a man, Sam, whose wife called him "Save[h], short for "Savere." As curious as that is, it can suggest a trace of the Savy/Savery surname to the Samson Saracens. In other words, the Sforza clan that took over the Visconti hold on Milan once again appears to trace to Guiscard's merger with a Timnah-surnamed Saracen. Look at where he ruled: "...Ibn at Timnah ruled southeastern Sicily (Val di Noto) from Siracuse and Catania, and Abdullah ibn Haukal ruled western Sicily (Val di Mazara), a region which included Bal'harm, from Trapani and Mazara." Siracuse? That sounds like it's rooted in "Sarac"(en).

Catania appears to be a version of "Occitania," founded by Joktanites...whose fellow peoples were the Sepharvites! Yes, I'm sure that this is what we are to understand in the Savery surname, not only that Masonry is fundamentally the Samson cult, but that the Samson cult included the child-sacrificing Sepharvites, a most stupid and degraded peoples as they entered the Christian era. The Sephardic "Jews" of Spain.

Let's look at the other Saracen ruler with the Haukal surname. The English Hauk/Hawk Coat shows "three purple pilgrims' staves," and when we look for a Pilgrim surname, we not only find an English Pilgrim Coat with three pilgrim staves, but the write-up: "It was a name for a person who had made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land..." Likely, it was a Templar family, and very likely linked to the Haukal Saracens. The Pilgrim Crest shows what some consider to be the Saxon sword, but isn't it really the Muslim sword??? Can we ask whether Haukal links to the Hykes/Hack surname (and/or to Hyksos) since the Coat uses scallops in the colors of the Samson Coat? The flagitium motto term has been deciphered as the Flag/Fleck surname using the same-colored scallops.

As per the purple pilgrim's staves, I checked for a Stave surname and got the same Steven surname as when one enters "Stive." This grouping of Steven surnames may not be the originals, but may be Christianized versions of some other term.

The French Samson surname was first found in Manche (!!), where Robert Guiscard's family lived. The Samson write-up links somewhat to the Bessen/Bayeux where Meschins lived, explaining the Meschin-Samson relationship. But, note also the solid link to the Sinclairs: "First found in Normandy where this distinguished family held a family seat at Saint-Clair-Sur-Elle in Manche in the arrondissement of St.Lo, where one Ricardi Samsonis, the Latin name for Richard Sampson is described in a charter to Philip the Bishop of Bayeux in 1142, and he is named as occupant of the castle of Saint-Clair."

My impression is that Robert Guiscard was a Bessen-based Meschin somehow, somehow through these links, especially as Ranulf le Meschin was partly from the Goz bloodline. As Guiscard's father was a Hauteville, wherefore linkage to the Gustav>Gaut/Cotte surname is evident, let me repeat that the Scottish Hykes/Hakes/Hacke Shield (i.e. aside from the symbols) is, not only identical to the Tancred and Codde Shields, but reflective of the Swedish Gustav Shield (the Hykes symbols are hake fish, a cod species no doubt for the reason of linking to the Coddes.

The point I'd like to make is that the Hykes write-up derives the surname from a "hook": "The first people to use the name Hykes were Vikings who settled in ancient Scotland in the medieval period. Hykes was a name for a crooked person." I can't recall the exact Kuk/Guk-like spelling that means "hook" in one language or another (old Aryan, I think), but I realized that God, in Ezekiel 38:4, uses a hook in Gog's mouth because a Gog-like term meant "hook." And so I thought it was relative to this theme when I saw the hook (on a pulley) in the portrait of Robert Guiscard and his brother Roger. There were two surnames mentioned recently using "hoc" for motto terms, but I can't recall which ones.

I may not have mentioned it except that the Hockley symbols are crescents (in Hook colors) and "holey" black stars on white, colors-reversed from the holey stars in the Sabine Chief. As you can see, I entered Saber to get to the Sabine surname...because it's nearly "Saver."

You get it: the Holy Spirit whispered "savvy" to me on the same morning (see yesterday's update) that I happened upon (without thought of the savvy term) the Savy/Savery surname, which should link to the Sabines. Note the red scallop as the Saber/Sabine symbol, same color as the Tancred scallops. "Savvy" is derived from "Sp[anish] sabe, pres. 3rd sing. of saber to know [also from] L[atin] sapere to be wise..."

Wise? Isn't "Guis/Vis" a Wise variation??? A coincidence, perhaps. Or, the Saver surname from Sabine elements modified to "saber" because it meant "wise," and from that idea the Freemasons claimed to have secret wisdom. Yes, "secret wisdom" as per the secret Guiscard root of their Rosicrucian cult. It's no wonder they don't want us to know the secret, for they were part Saracen, perhaps more Saracen than Rus. All pirates, all mafiosa, all greedy, all killers, all bent on empirehood, all shameful and condemned, liars, crooked, twisted, deceitful.

As promised, I'm now going to show how Adam Weishaupt and his follower, Carl Marx, link to, not only to two Wise surnames, but to the Savery>Sforza surname. I showed yesterday that the Marx lion is the Sforza lion, both lions holding their respective gold objects. In the case of the Marx lion, it holds a gold Zionist star, the symbol of the German Wise/Weis Coat (surname first in Bavaria). I checked for a Haupt surname and found it listed with the French Hoopais/Houpays family (Carl Marx was in France, developing his Communist manifesto). The Haupt/Houpays surname was first found in Provence, close to Italy. It uses a black boar.

Next, we ignore the pays suffix and seek a Hoo/Hou surname (gold stars), then a Hugh surname because a Hoopays variation is "Hupais," and finally we take a look at the Hough surname (black wolf-head in Crest) because I recall it being in honor of Hugh D'Avranches of Cheshire (his father was a Goz!). In fact, the Hough surname is said to be derived from "Hoo"! All three Shields, the Hoo, Hugh, and Hough, are black on white, which we can assume, tentatively, to link with the black boar of the Haught/Hupais Coat. If true, it begins to look as though the Weishaupts were partly from the D'Avranches fold of Goz'.

After trying the three Hugh Coats fully in succession (without trying other Coats in-between), I entered "Wise" to see what it would wring. Not only was the English Wise Coat white-on-black, but the motto couldn't have been better for the purpose at hand: "Sapere aude"!!! That has got to be code for the Saver(y)>Sforza bloodline, meaning that the English Wise/Wyse clan is from the Guiscard>Visconti Sion-Illuminati cult. The "aude" motto term could even be code for "Haute," the surname of Guiscard's father.

The Wise crest shows a lion/leopard in the Guiscard-fox and Tancred-scallop color (red). The lion holds a mace, a symbol of the Maceys of Cheshire, who use "holey" gold stars on blue, the colors of the German Wise/Weis stars. The Hugh motto is "Kymmer-yn Lydiemoe," which, because it's a Welsh Coat, smacks of the Cimmerians to which the Welsh trace themselves. The motto term could reveal Hugh-clan links to Bavaria (I can't recall the details for which I traced the Masci surname to Bavaria), as per the Kimmer/Kammer surname first found in Bavaria. The Kimmers use a red lion on white, symbol of the Rus(sells)...who I trace to Rhodes, a major city of which has long been Kamiros (made mythically a son of Helios, a Gorgon peoples). The Lydiemoe motto term may also be code for Lindos, another major (Danaan) city on Rhodes.

In Lycia, which was continental Rhodes, there was a mythical Chimaera dragon, a symbol used by the Etruscans, showing that Etruscans trace in-part to the Lycian elements depicted by the Chimaera. I would suggest that these elements were the KamiROS Cimmerians of Rhodes, maybe even from the Biblical Rosh...which could have been the Cimmerians living at Sinope, near Samsun, who conquered the Armenian (UrARTU) domain ruled from Lake Van, where Rusa-named kings had ruled. It's very logical to trace the Norse Rus to these Cimmerians, especially now that the Nordic Rus have been linked solidly to Samson-cult entities. I stopped making a distinction between the Ares-based Rus that lapped over into Rhodes, and their Hebrew partners. They became one.

Possibly, as Lycians may have been the root of the Ligurians, Chimaera elements may have moved to the region between the Etruscans (i.e. Tuscany) and Liguria. Indeed, that's where Pisa is found, likely founded by Pisidians, who did live in Lycia. The Chimaera was "killed" by Pegasus elements i.e. the Medusa-Pegasus branch Gorgons defeated the Lycian Cimmerians in war; this could have been the Royal-Scythian invasion of Lydio-Lycian domains in the time just before Ezekiel...yes, the invasion of Biblical Gog that made it chief over Rosh, Meshech and Tubal.

The Scottish Macey Shield matches that of the English Maceys, but note the "Manu" motto term because a Sicily link to Manche can now be made via Guiscard's family roots being in Guichard, Manche. AND, as per my trace of "Manche" to the Manx peoples of the Isle of Man(n), shouldn't this explain why the Arms of Sicily and of the Isle of Man both use three human legs connected to a central hub?

The Shaffer/Schafer Coat is in Macey colors, and the surname was first found in Hesse. The trace of the Catti of Hesse to the naming/founding of Cheshire, and to the naming of Shetland, should explain why the Scottish Maceys were first found in Sutherland, near Shetland. The Sutherland article at Wikipedia mentions that Sigurd the Stout, using a raven symbol, ruled Sutherland. The Stouts also conquered Shetland. Then:

"Sutherland, especially the great North-West corner of the County, traditionally known as Strathnaver, was the home of the powerful and warlike Clan Mackay, and as such was named in Gaelic, Dłthaich 'Ic Aoidh, the Homeland of Mackay."

"Strath(naver)"??? That sounds like the struthios/ostrich bloodline from Poland>Polabia. It appears that the Stouts could have been named after those struthios elements. I recently traced the Rani side of the Meschins from Polabia to Shetland, and then it's clear to me that the so-called Mackays/Maceys were the Mascis/Masseys who named Dunham Masci in Cheshire. It may even be that the Maceys named/founded Cheshire's Makeslesfield (uses a unicorn, the Shetland symbol, for a Crest). Note that the surname was rendered "Kay," however, for that could be the makings of the Chee surname that I think named Cheshire.

If the Macey clan came from Polish elements, then I would trace it to the German Mieske/Mesech surname from Polish king Mieszko. The Mieske Coat uses a black bull-head, as does the German Hoff Coat. That picture suggests that the Mieske surname named the Cheshire Meschins, but also transferred a black-on-white bull to the black-on-white Hoo/Hugh/Hough=Hoff stock of peoples from Hugh of Cheshire. In other words, it makes so much sense that the Meschins do appear to trace to king Mieszko.

We don't lose sight of the fact that Mieszko's ancestors included two kings with Siem-rooted surnames, which should link to the Samson cult. In fact, Mieszko I had SiemoMysl for a father, and a shown Meschin variation is "Masculine," another "Maslen." The Siemen Coat? A crescent! The Siemen Crest? The Zharinger horns! A Siemen variation? Siemsen!! Compare the English Simson Coat with the English Sam/Sammes Coat.

The other Siem-rooted king was SiemoWIT, evoking the Wide>Wise surname. In fact, the Italian Guis/Guido surname is traced by the write-up to "Wito." The English/Durham Wides (German-Wise colors) use scallops, and fleur-de-lys in the Italian Masci/Mascelli colors (surname first found in Piedmont).

The Simson surname is said to derive from Simon, but I think Simsons link to Siemo-Samson entities rather than the Simon/Shimon name proper (going back to ancient Israel), for the "Jewish" Simon Coat (variations not shown) is a red fox!! It could therefore be that Siemo-honoring clans, moving to the West with their Mieszko-honoring relatives, merged with the Rollo Rus so as to bring the fox symbol to Robert Guiscard's family in Normandy, Vis/Guiscard himself named after Wit>Weis elements.

To show Simson links again to the Siemowit, I've got to repeat that the Guis/Guid write-up traces to "wito/wido": "The Germanic element Widu is actually translated into English as wood." We then find that the Shaves/Shaw write-up traces to "dweller by the wood," though I don't believe for a second that the surname is so derived. Rather, someone knows that the surname links to the Woods, for the English Wise Coat is similar to the Shaves/Shaw Coat. The Wise motto, "Sapere Aude," suggests links to the Shaves if the motto is code for the Savery surname (i.e. that could have a Shaves variation).

The point is, there is an English Wood Coat that pops up when one enters "Wide," and variations include "Vould/Would" so that the clan can be a branch of the Wilds, for both the Wilds and the Wides/woods use the same tree (like the German Wise/Weis clan, the Wilds were first found in Bavaria). And the Dutch Wildt Coat uses gold Zionists stars on blue, the Bavarian Weis/Wise symbol. The point is, finally, that the Wild/Wide tree is used also by the Ales/Aliscio surname of Messina, while the Scottish Simsons use an "alis" motto term. THUS, the Simsons should trace to SiemoWIT stock, especially as these Simsons use crescents.

I've not noticed before, but the nine-acorned tree seen many times, as for example in the English Wood Coat, has an identical green portion with that of the Scottish Woods/Wides (and Wilds, Ales). Therefore, the latter use the oak tree.

The importance of the Savy/Savery surname, aside from links to the Visconti>Sforza bloodline, is where it links to the Shaves>Shaws, for in recent months it was suggested that Shaws were Ishmaelites. Now we find Shaws tracing to Saracens, fully expected if Shaws were Ishmaelites. In that case, Saracens included Ishmaelites.

What we can clinch rather solidly is that the scallop symbol of the Messina Sicels, linking as a certainty to the Guiscard>Visconti line, can be traced back to the coiled snake of Asklepios, for a coiled snake is the Visconti symbol too. But we also know from past considerations that the Siemowit>Mieszko line traces to Dagon at Ashdod, and his wife Shala, symbol of nearby Ashkelon/Ascalon. Although Samson was the enemy of the Dagon-cult Philistines, he merged with some Philistine groups, and these groups may have traversed Europe with the Samson cults. A check of the two Ash surnames shows signs of links to the Wises/Wides and Shaws.

The problem is, Ishmael had a son named Dumah, meaning that terms such as Dum(fries) and Domme could trace to a Dumah tribe rather than to Edomites. We saw that a heron was used by the Domer/Domme surname, and then saw a heron again in the all-important Savery Crest. Coincidence? I say "all-important" because I believe that God wants us to emphasize the Savery surname at this time.

The Savery motto starts with "Aut," what should be code for "Haute" (surname of Guiscard's father). It then uses "mois," what looks like the Hebrew for "Moses." The Savery heron holds an olive branch (Israeli symbol?) in it's beak, though usually it's a dove that does so. However, the Mois/Moses Crest has a dove with a laurel leaf (= Daphne symbol) in its beak. I recognized the Mois Coat symbol as one in the Kane Coat, where we again see the Wild/Ales oak tree.

For many years I have remembered the roundel symbols of the French Savard Coat because I suspect that the surname links to Sepharvites, and that the surname would prove important one day. I just couldn't recall their colors. It turns out they are in the colors of French Dumas Coat roundels. We may suspect that the Dumas surname links to Daphne via the cartoon code, Daffy Dumas Duck. But the Seffer/Savery surname may also link to the Daffy/Taffie clan. And the Savery -- also "Savary" -- surname is why I bring up the Savards...with Sabary variation! There are an assortment of conclusions and lines to be drawn from these things. For one, the Savary/Sabary>Sforza bloodline of Sabines/Safini links to the Daphne-cult Taphians of the Dumas family. But who were the Dumas entities?

The Samson element of the Sabines is in the SAMNite branch of Sabines, and they lead to the DUMNonii of SOMERset, where the Savone surname was first found. Yet, I don't think that the Dumas term applies to the Dumnonii.

The Savones, like the Simsons, use white crescents of the same style. The English Elis' use the same white crescents while the creators of the German Elis Coat attempted to draw the Ales (of Messina) tree but didn't get it quite right. The Simsons use an "alis" motto term, remember, so that the Elis family should trace to the Messina Saracens of the Ales/Alicia surname.

One could even get the impression that the Siemowit>Siemomysl Polish royals were from the SEMNoni branch of Samnites, for Semnones (a branch of Seubi Germanics) lived up by Poland way.

But now, see an English Tomas Coat, a replica of the English Elis Coat! What could be the significance?

I trace the Siemowit royal line, called the Piast dynasty, to the Pisidians (fellow tribe with Cabelees and Lasonii), and then view Pisidians as the founders of Pisa in Elis, Greece. Near Pisa of Elis was a Sybaris location, the people of which are known to have founded Sybaris in southern Italy. The latter branch are known to be founders of nearby Laus, no doubt named by the Lasonii portion of the Sybaris peoples. We can then assume that the Sybari became the Savary/Sabary clans (one of them was first found in Devon i.e. where the Daphne-related Dumnonii landed in Britain). But we can also assume that the Pisidians among them founded Pisa of Italy...on the same western coast as Poseidonia.

NOW, near Poseidonia, the Tomas/TomMASSO/TomMASSI surname (also "ToMASSICH") was first found. Rather than being short forms of "Tommasso," the Masso/Massi surnames may have been the originals, whereafter, as per French, they became D'Maso, etc., and finally Christianized to "T(h)omas." The Drake Coat motto term, "muscas," led earlier to the Musca/Moschina surname...first found in Pisa! This allows a trace of Piast king, Mieszko, assumed (by me) founder of the Norman Meschins, back to the Moschini of Pisa (!!), but also to the ToMassich of Poseidonia.

The Masi/Maso Coat uses red roses, symbol of the Rus, but as they were first in Piedmont, they likely were a Massi and/or Masci branch. The Maso write-up traces to "Tommaso." The new point is, the Shield is a white chevron on blue, the same as the English (Cheshire) and Scottish Macey Shields (!!), the ones that I traced to Mieszko earlier in this update.

SO, if Pisa of Greece traces to Pisa of Italy, some of the Pisa peoples should have named themselves after Elis (Greece), and should then explain why the Elis and Tommaso Coats are identical...meaning that the Elis clan in Italy merged with the Massos/Massis/etc. IN FACT, the German Elis Coat uses gold rings on blue (symbol of the Elis Olympics?), as does the Irish Macey Coat (albeit it's a wreath rather than a ring proper). The question then is: are the gold-on-blue roundels of the Dumas Coat linked to the blue-on-gold rings of the Elis and Macey clans?? Apparently, yes, for the Dumas clan must have been the Tomas/Tommaso clan. See also the Italian Mazzi Coat.

What's fortuitous is the Dumas surname tends to prove that the Massi surname came first, and was then modified to "D'Massi," for the Dumas write-up traces to the French location of Le Mas. THEN, because the French Savary/Sabary Coat is nearly identical to the Dumas Coat, not only do we link the Massi-et-al clans to Savary stock, but we trace the Ladon>Daphne cult to it. In fact, Grecian Sybaris was near Bura/Boura, south of the Laden river, nearer to the northern coast of the Peloponnese. The Taphians had no doubt lived on the Laden river, though it's known that they lived out to sea from the coast near Bura.

Just to the north of Pisa is a Massa location. Both Pisa and Massa are in Tuscany. The Arms of Tuscany is a white winged horse. The Pegasus Gorgons?? The ones who killed the Chimaera? I traced "Tuscany" (and nearby Tusculum) to mythical Dascylus (depicting a location of that name in Hercules-based Mysia), father of king Gugu/Gyges of Lydo-Mysia. In this picture, Biblical Gog looks like the Medusa>Pegasus Gorgons. But to what did the Pegasus cult trace?

The Pagan/Payen Coat uses "holey" gold Zionist stars on blue, roughly the German Weis symbol, AND the Coat smacks of the Savery Coat. The Pagan/Payen surname, first found in Dauphine (near Piedmont), was that of the first Templar grandmaster, when Hugh de Payen was made leader over nine original Templars. It is said that he married Catherine Sinclair of Roslin. This gives reason to view the Templar invasion of Jerusalem as an invasion by a Gog-Rosh partnership, a runner-up of sorts, we may deduce, of the end-time invasion. That is, the same Templar elements still desire to rule in Jerusalem. But why? Why was modern Israel founded predominantly by ROTHschilds out of Bavaria and Hesse-Cassel, who gathered Russian Jews (and no doubt some non-Jewish Hebrews) to create the nation?

Were the nine Templars code for the nine-acorn tree of the Ales et-al, or of the nine witches of Avalon (the Apollo surname also uses the nine-acorn tree)? Apparently, the Ales of Messina link to the proto-Avalon cult in Avellino, near Poseidonia? (Although the Ales tree doesn't show acorns, we now know it's the same oak tree).

The English Samson Coat uses "pejas" as a motto term!!!!! Remember, the French Samsons were from the St. Clair location in Manche, and therefore connected to the Roslin Sinclairs, explaining why Hugh de Payen would marry a Sinclair, for he must have been of the Samson clan as per the pejas code. There is no doubt in my mind. The Masons were predominantly a Rus-Samson cult, from the Samsun Cimmerians, and merged with Gogi AND Meshech.

Perhaps the white unicorn of Shetland and Macclesfield was a symbol of Pegasus Gorgons. In any case, the Meschin and Samson scallops, being found in the Flag/Fleck Coat, tells me that the Mescho-Samson cult led to the founder, with Aflaq surname, of the Syrian Baathists. We await Biblical Gog, who will ally himself to those Baathists, to renew the Seleucid empire, long-ago ruled from Antioch, previously the city of Daphne. We might even trace the Aflack duck (in the commercials) to Daffy Dumas Duck elements. Remember, the duckling is a symbol of the Gas/Gasson surname. It's a sheldon species of duck so as to trace to the Sheldon and Skelton surnames...which should in-turn trace to Scylla-monster Messina.


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