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July 12

[I apologize. Just found out at 8:30 tonight that this page was wrongly loaded and therefore inaccessible to you. I loaded it as "July3.htm" instead of "Jul3.htm." One wrong letter and that'll do it. I think I'll not have an update tomorrow on account of this, especially as I think this update is important]

Well well, lookie today:

"Historians claim to have found the site of Camelot

Researchers exploring the legend of Britain's most famous Knight believe his stronghold of Camelot was built on the site of a recently discovered Roman amphitheatre in Chester.

Legend has it that his Knights would gather before battle at a round table where they would receive instructions from their King.

But rather than it being a piece of furniture, historians believe it would have been a vast wood and stone structure which would have allowed more than 1,000 of his followers to gather.

...Camelot historian Chris Gidlow said: 'The first accounts of the Round Table show that it was nothing like a dining table but was a venue for upwards of 1,000 people at a time.'

...Mr Gidlow said: 'In the 6th Century, a monk named Gildas, who wrote the earliest account of Arthur's life, referred to both the City of Legions and to a martyr's shrine within it. That is the clincher. The discovery of the shrine within the amphitheatre means that Chester was the site of Arthur's court and his legendary Round Table.'"

Not that I think king Arthur existed, as Arthurian writers typically wrote in codes rather than in historical realities, but the centrality of Cheshire's capital is well taken by me, as I have recently ventured to link the Meschins of Shropshire and neighboring Cheshire fundamentally to the remnants of the Arthurian cult. And this topic crops up again below as I see the Cornelius family in Macclesfield of Cheshire.

The Cornelius family of Italy could have been named after both the bull and goat horns attributed to Zeus, but I favor the goat horn, not only because the CORNucopia, a goat horn, was a special symbol of the Sabines, but because the Faunus entity of the Cornelius clans was linked to goat-footed Pan. Thus, we can now trace the Cornelius family to Cretan Zeus, whose Taurus symbol was from Tyrus/Tyre, where he abducted Europa and took her away, on his back, to Crete with him. This is the picture of the Revelation-17 harlot riding the eighth head of the anti-Christ dragon.

As that seems to trace the Cornelius families back to Tyre, it jibes with yesterday's assessment that Cornelius families of Britain trace to Phoenicians. AND, it becomes apparent that the Cornelius bloodline will continue to the last days representing the anti-Christ system. THIS IS THE NEW REVELATION: Cornelius.

Let's not forget that the heraldic hunting horn or bugle is likewise a goat horn. The Arms of Macclesfield (Cheshire) uses a black bugle horn, and a uniCORN, as do the Polish Trabys that had representation in the Trebys of Devon (CORNwall and Devon was the special haunt of Cornelius clans, see yesterday). I do not know as yet to what extent the Valeri families of Italy were merged with the Cornelius clans, but as Tolkien made the Valeri supreme, it's worth re-mentioning that the Italian Valer Coat is a blue lion on white, the symbol of the Arms of Macclesfield. The article traces the blue lion to the earls of Chester, which we assume were the Avranches>Meschins.

The Arms that Wikipedia's Macclesfield article used to show showed a white unicorn as Crest, and a "copia" motto term that I ventured to link to both the CornuCOPIA and Tolkien's Hobbit bloodlines such as Copes, Copelands, Hobbs, and Hopps, all Meschin and/or Masci-of-Cheshire bloodlines/entities (Meschins ruled Copeland and Mascis of Dunham-Masci ruled Hopland). Fortunately, I happened to have saved the Wikipedia image on the Arms of Macclesfield.

Then, as per Tolkien's Tatyar elves represented by Tata and his wife Tatie, note that the Macclesfield-write-up says: "The red lion [in Crest] represents the Egertons of Tatton..." I don't think it's a coincidence that Wikipedia's article on the Italian Valeria linked them to Tities, BUT, if we read on, we also find what should have been the proto-Mascis:

"The Valeria gens for a time possessed the right that one of its members should exercise the kingly power for the Tities, to which tribe the Valerii must have belonged, as their Sabine origin indicates...

...The earliest [Valeria] branches...The other branches appear only from the mid-fourth century, starting with Corvus or Corvinus, apparently descended from another great Valerian consul. The Messalla or Messala branch, so prominent in imperial Rome..."

The Messala surname is a reference to Messina/Messana (Sicily), for in Wikipedia's article on Manius [MANius, huh?] Valerius Maximus Corvinus Messalla, we read: "His relief of Messana obtained him the cognomen Messalla, which remained in the family for nearly 800 years."

I've known for a couple of days, but have not mentioned, that the Italian Messina/Messana Coat is a near-replica of the Italian Masci Coat!! (There's a German Messa Coat in the same red and blue colors). Note the Mascelli/Mascello variation's similarity with "Massalla," and, as per my trace of the Messana surname, with Massina variation, to the Massi/Mattis surname, note that both the latter and the Masci surname were in Piedmont.

Therefore, ignore the Massi/Mattis write-up where it traces to "Matthias/Matthew," as that was likely a Christianized form to create distance from their pagan roots. Instead, trace to Messina, then back to Spartan Messene, and then back to the mythical Muses of Mysia, the latter location named after the Meshech...who had been Amazons from Trabzon.

NOW, as per my trace of the Massin/Mason surname of Kent to Massino-Visconti of Piedmont, which is a trace also to the Massi/Mattis surname, is the blue lion (on gold, however) of the Massin/Mason Coat that of the Valeria clan as it evolved into the Macclesfield lion? [Golly-polly, after writing that I found that the Arms of Messina uses a gold lion on blue, colors reversed from the Massin/Masin lion]. One website (can't recall which) suggested that Macclesfield was closely associated with Ranulf le Meschin, and Meschins have a "Masculine" variation; does not "Maccles" evoke both that variation and "Massalla."

NOW LOOK. A while back I remarked that there is a unique bumpy line in both the Mackesy and Massar Coats; variations of the latter include Massiani and Massei. SO LOOK: the French Valery Shield, which looks like the Irish Mackay Shield, uses a very similar line, wavy but almost bumpy, and in colors reversed from the Massi/Mattis Shield. More evidence of a link is in that the Valerys were first found in Dauphine, i.e. which bordered Piedmont.

I would not have known about the Mackesy surname and it's peculiar Margeson variation and all that it could mean, had it not been for Tim who emailed in a Mackesy Coat with green snake wrapped around a sword. The reason that he emailed it is because I was on the topic of the green Visconti snake at the time. It was a most-excellent find.

Note the red and blue sleeve that holds the Mackesy sword, for Cornelius- and/or Valeria-related Shields (Mascis, Messanas, Taddeis, and Felix' are good examples) seem to use those two colors...which are the most popular Shield colors in Polish heraldry. I noticed yesterday that the two colors are used also by the logo of EMV (stands for "Europay, MasterCard and VISA," possibly our future 666 master). I now find that the dolphin in the Arms of Dauphine is red and blue.

As you may know, I was able to link the Meschins of Moray to the Randolphs and Mackays of Moray, and while I was also able to trace the white-on-blue Moray star back to the Polish royals of the Piast dynasty as they merged with Moravians, I now find that the Italian Felix Coat also uses the white star. I should mention here that, when I first discovered the city of Aprutium (now Teramo), capital of Abruzzo (where the Massi/Mattis surname was first found), I read that it traced to "Palestine" (named after Philistines) which jibes with my theory of a couple of days ago, that the Italian Felix surname with Felici, Felician, Feliziani, and Felisati variations traces to the "Philistine" and/or the Peleset sea peoples thought to have been Philistines.

As you know if you read yesterday, I traced the Faunus horn cult of the Cornelius clans to Veneti=Venus=Aphrodite...after whom Aprutium was named. The Abreu/Abruzzo surname (= an Aprutium variation) was first in Venetia. Genesis traces Philistines back to Casluhites, possible relatives of Caphtorites, and Jeremiah 47:4 tells that Philistines were from Caphtor(= alternative name of Crete). And, Sabines had a Quirites cult that I trace to the Curetes of Crete...who were the ones that were associated with the goat cult of Zeus. It's probably not coincidental that I traced the Abreu/Abrussi surname to the Brusi/Bruces of Britain while the Bruces of York used a blue lion on white, the color of the Valer and Macclesfield lion.

If you read yesterday, you know that I traced the Faunus cult also to the Vaux/Vallibus surname...which is thought to be named after "valley," but I think that was a later add-on theme. The point now is that the Cornelius clan was also surnamed loftily with "Maluginensis," a term smacking of Malahule, Rus-viking of More, and ancestor to the Meschins. Rollo's grandfather, Eystein, was from HalfDan (i.e. Dane) elements that ruled of Oppland, and it was he who fathered Malahule, explaining why Mascis of Cheshire ruled Hopland. But look, for as the Mascis of Cheshire came forth from the Bellamys, while the French "belle" is also "beau," the Danish Beaumonts (from Harcourts), with Bellemont variation, ruled Meulan, while the Illuminati-like Arms of Meulan are identical to the English Vaux Coat. The French Vaux surname is listed under "Beliveau/BeliVAUX," and uses red blocks on a red Shield. (Does anyone recall that I was once tracing Mali-like terms among Meschins (Mussels of Lothian, I think) to northern Africa's Moors/Mauritanians? I can't recall the details.)

Therefore, wouldn't the Vaux/Vallibus surname trace back to the Valeria clans??? Seems logical enough. As such, I would peg the Vaux of Normandy as Tolkien's Valars proper. This may explain why the Beaumonts use the same bull head (using Massey-Coat quadrants) as the Fane Crest (in the last update page, I traced the Fanes strongly, without doubt, to the Faunus cult). (I don't think it's a coincidence that the Beaumont Coat uses a white lion on red, for the Montforts use a white lion on red, while Montforts took the rule of Liecester from the the Beaumonts of the Harcourts.

As you may know, I link the Meschins>Randolphs of Moray back to the Veres of Macclesfield as they arrived as Moravians from Transylvania, and then became the white-on-blue star Weirs of Scotland's Blackwood region. BUT, Nicholas de Vere, dragon-cult master, says that Veres descended from the Mitanni Hurrians...whom I've traced to Methoni ("Modon" to Italians) in Messene (near Sparta) and then to Modena of northern Italy. The point is, the Messene>Messina link to the Valeria clans.

I had traced: the Montforts to Montferrat of Piedmont (interior Liguria); Liecester to Ligurians; Montferrat to the Veres; Alba of the Montferrat region to the elves of the Veres. Coincidence, or were Tolkien's elves the elves of the Veres? Note that the Vaux colors are Vere colors.

Now, as Nicholas de Vere revealed that the Vere elves were ruled by Milouziana/Melusine, let's get back to her as she appears in the Massin/Mason Crest as well as the Moray-surname Crest. Her mother, mythical of course, was "Pressina," which I traced to Lusatians in PRUSSIA. The point now is that the Mattis surname, as per the online quote shared yesterday, was a surname first in Prussia before being in Russia before being in America. I get it, for the Mattis term brings up the Massi/Mattheis Coat.

That is, general Mattis is from the Massin/Mason bloodline from Melusine Prussians/Lusatians. Therefore, if he is the anti-Christ, or a major part of it via the False Prophet circle, all my past emphasis on Lusatia has anti-Christ importance, and Lusatians lead back to the mythical Laden dragon, which (I've claimed) represented the entities that were the Revelation dragon. I define Revelation's seven heads of the beast as Roman emperors starting with "Little Boots" Gaius in 37 AD, and ending with Nerva in 98 AD. I ignore three consecutive emperors (Galba, Otho, Vitellius) ruling in the short span of mere months. In my chapter, The Horus-icrucian Rose in Akkadia, I wrote:

The Horus website above mentions the cornucopia as Horus' symbol. This was the symbol of the goat peoples who raised Zeus on Crete, but also a symbol of the Ops/Opis cult of the Sabina Italians. This is strong evidence that Zeus was from Opis [in Babylon], and behold that the Roman Ops was made the mother of the Roman Jupiter.

Julius Caesar, and all forthcoming Roman emperors up until Nero, were all of "sacred" Patrician blood, which was itself of the Opis-Sabina bloodline. The next three emperors after Nero were not of this bloodline, and they (Galba, Otho, and Vitellius), all dying in 69 AD, are the three uprooted kings of Daniel 7, uprooted by Satan himself...probably because they were not of Sabina blood. After these three there ruled Vespasian as Roman emperor, and he was of the Sabina bloodline...His father, Titus Flavius Sabinus..."

The next two Emperors (Titus and Domitian) were sons of Vespasian and so also of Sabina blood. The next emperor, and the seventh head/king, whom Revelation said would rule a short time, was Nerva, of the Julian/Patrician bloodline. Immediately after Nerva, Roman emperors became "good." Thus the evil/Satanic rulers, the seven mentioned in Revelation 17, were Gaius, Claudius, Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Domitian and Nerva.

The Biblical Seleucid kings (forerunners to the anti-Christ according to Daniel 11) set up their Babylonian capital, Seleucia, at Opis. The above trace from Opis to the Sabines supports the current theory, that the Sulla-branch Cornelians were either of the same stock, or even ancestral to, the Seleucid kings. General Mattis quoted Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix, who was officially classed as a "dictator" as opposed to a caesar, and this dictator title was given one more time to the next Roman ruler too, Julius Caesar, who married into the Cornelius clan!

Thus, as unbelievable as this is, THERE WAS A SELEUCID BLOODLINE LINK TO ROMANS (which eluded me and I think every other prophecy writer), AND NOT ONLY THAT, BUT THE LINK IS TO THE SEVEN HEADS OF THE REVELATION BEAST!!! This is the bloodline that killed the Son of God, the bloodline that the 12 Apostles were raised up to defeat. Imagine that, a dozen unschooled, ordinary men raised up to defeat the Roman ceasars, and the Twelve did come, did see, and did conquer...the Julians. PRAISE GOD! There remains only a SWORD of Heaven to slash the Snake to pieces, soon.

My chapter above mentions: "...This Satyr-Opis connection becomes more obvious as we find the Satyr nest in Gozan, the kingdom that held the city of Opis." The chapter has significant things to say about Gozen, and links the Kassites of a Gozan-like location (at Nuzi) to Gaza. If true that Gozan linked to Gaza, then my trace of the Biblical Avvites of Gaza (which Joshua left alive) to Opis is supported, but it once again brings to mind the possibility that the Felix/Felicia clan were Philistines.

This is an important thing because, to date, I have not stressed Philistine bloodlines in Europe or into the modern day as they could relate to the end-times drama. I distinguish Philistines from Avvites, Hyksos, Kassites, Amorites, and other (non-Israelite) Hebrews of the Gaza theater (later ruled by non-Hebrew Philistines out of Caphtor=Crete).

It's interesting that Revelation 17 reveals the destruction of Europa by the eighth head of the seven-headed dragon that she rides, for in the fifth century AD, Goths conquered the Roman empire whom I and others trace to the Vaux and/or Baux of southern France (it's known that the Rome-conquering Goths agreed to be transferred to southern France). In my eyes, that was dragon slaying dragon, what the Armageddon scenario appears to be. But for good measure the Slashing SWORD will come, though He's coming to slay them all before they ruin the planet irreparably; otherwise no flesh would survive (Matthew 24)...which is how we know that Armageddon will be a nuclear event.

FINALLY, I have found the place where I wrote about a Massa-like term (that I couldn't recall the spelling of) near Mosul; it's in my chapter above:

Strabo associates the Mygdones with mount Masius (north-east side of Nisibis), and Bochart identified that mountain's name with Mash (website below), brother of Gether..."

"Masius" is very close to the "Massi/MATTIS" surname said to be derived from "Matthias."

In another chapter, I wrote: "Mesha is taken to be mount Masius by some," and by Mesha I'm referring to the place that Genesis 10:30 locates Joktanites. Some writers come right out and claim: "The sons of Joktan possessed the whole country between mount Masius and the mountains of Sephar, or Sepharvaim." (google "mount Masius").

The Catholic Encyclopedia has "Mygdonius at the foot of Mt. Masius." "Armageddon" (named after "Megiddo") may have been named after the Mygdones, a peoples, in my opinion, from Megiddo. "Armageddon" may have been named, therefore, due to the Mygdone bloodline ruling the earth's anti-Christ system.

The anti-Christ is to have headquarters at Mosul and is to conquer all the way up Mesopotamia to the Syrian-Turkish border...through mount Masius. Coincidence? Or will it be due to that mountain being the ancient homeland of his bloodline?

Some say mount Massius was inhabited by the Masu: "[Bey] is satisfied to identify the Dardani with those of Kurdistan (comp. Herod., i. 189), the Leka with the Ligyes (comp. Herod., vii. 72), and the Masu with the people of Mount Masius." Others link Masius to the Meshech of Mazica: "...mount Masius in Mesopotamia, and from whom the river Mazeca, which has its source in that mountain, takes its name."

Another quote found as a result of Googling "mount Massius" (page 5 now) links to Antiochus elements (name of the son and grandsons of king Seleucus I): "In their country lies Nisibis, which is also called Mygdonian Antiocheia; it lies at the foot of Mt. Masius..."

One website helps us to locate mount Masius north and east of Mardin. This is Kurdish territory of what was once Assyria. Think Isaiah's "Assyrian" i.e. the anti-Christ. Massius was in Mitanni-ville too, the Hebrew-Amorite parts of the proto-Aphrodite cult, thus evoking my theory that the Mittani led forward to the Messene>Messina migration that brought forth the Messana/Massina surname amongst the Valeria Italians.

As Daniel tells us that the anti-Christ will worship only one god, a god of fortresses, note: "Mardin is an Aramaic word and means 'fortresses' (link above).

"Mardin" is also "Merdin," smacking of mythical Merlin who was originally "Myrddin," thought to be of the Carmarthen locality of Britain. Perhaps heraldic martins are code for Mardin. Wikipedia on the city of Marden: "Mardin is likely the Maride and Marida of the Greeks and Romans." I'll bet those versions led to the alternative name of the Hebros river in Thrace: "Maritsa." For, the Aphrodite cult (named after the Euphrates) was on the Hebros, along with the Kikon Hyksos. As her mate was Ares, who was Mars/Marsi in Abruzzo, it appears that the Mars cult links back to Mardin...which may have been a sister settlement of the Mari location (on the Euphrates) ruled by Amorites.

I've got to reiterate. For the past year or so, I've been getting the impression that the anti-Christ would be a Masci, and that idea assumes that God will reveal the anti-Christ through me (and some of you) because I have a Masci bloodline. I know that some readers were thinking me to be a little self-interested in making the Masci link to an anti-Christ that had not yet been revealed. Then, days ago, a Mattis surname was made poised to become the leader of the American military. If you don't think this shocks me...

Mattis comes to the fore during a stretch of time wherein I started to think that the anti-Christ would be a Rosicrucian Rus of the Obama circle because no Russian seems to be in play in Iraq to this day.

Isaiah 10 tells that the Assyrian anti-Christ will conquer to Carchemish:

"Carchemish (called Europus by the Greco-Romans) was an important ancient city of the Mitanni, Hittite and Neo Assyrian Empires, now on the frontier between Turkey and Syria. The city is said to be known locally as Jarablos..."

It's interesting that the Greeks called the place after Europa. It lies west of Masius, the latter not far to the south of Lake which I trace Pan, the Europa Phoenicians, and the Faunus Phoenicians. To this day, there is a Mus location to the immediate west of Lake Van.

There's some news out of Iraq. It's the postponed word again. "...the Parliament has put off its second session for two weeks...Lack of agreement between the political blocs caused the postponement, reports say." In the meantime, as Iraq weakens, BP has gripped fast Iraq's oil:

"BEIJING (AP) -- State-owned China National Petroleum Corp. said [today] it and BP have taken over operating Iraq's Rumaila oilfield, the country's biggest.

...Rumaila, in the southern city of Basra...

BP PLC owns 38 percent of the venture, CNPC has 37 percent and Iraq's South Oil Co. has 25 percent. China has become a major player in Iraq's oil industry after CNPC and other government-owned signed a series of production agreements.

CNPC, based in Beijing, is Asia's biggest oil and gas producer by volume."

ASIA's biggest??? Remember, "kings of the east" is pluralized.

Do we think that Obama opposes BP? Some say he doesn't, but that it's all an act to create an opportunity through creating a crisis. But there could be a genuine rift between Rothschilds and Rhodians. What if that rift carries over to Iraqi oil? Obama and Mattis for the Rhodians, against BP and China's oil interests??? Obama and Mattis shooting fire from the sky to amaze the world? Can anyone see that coming?

I don't think the following statement has input from Mattis, as he's not yet in charge:

"Iraqi security forces are well prepared for the withdrawal of the last of the U.S. combat troops from the country on Sept. 1...according to senior U.S. military officials.

In areas across Iraq, U.S. troops continue to pull out. The 3rd Infantry Division has gone from 22,000 U.S. troops to 15,000 in nine months, according to Col. Thomas James, the division's chief of staff. What's more, of the 41 U.S. bases that were operating in the north of the country as recently as last November, only eight remain open."

The coming of Mattis to top-dog in central command could change all this. But it's not wise to speculate on thin air. Let's wait to hear a few things from him before trying to interpret his direction for Iraq. By that time, Iraq may be in a fault-erng crisis of opportunity. I believe that the Iraqi parliament is giving the politicians two more weeks only to form a government.

Meanwhile, "Russian energy firm, Lukoil has issued tenders for work at Iraq's supergiant West Qurna Phase Two the south." Surely, the energy giants "care" about who the next Iraqi leader will be. With Russia having political fingers in just about every nation on her doorstep, why not in Iraq too? I'm going to continue covering Russia as though the anti-Christ will be a Russian, just in case.

What if the next Iraqi government isn't to Russia's liking? Or, what if one of the Iraqi blocks forces itself onto the throne apart from the other block's liking, which is exactly what's expected to take place? Will energy giants with Iraqi commitments seize the moment to get their block into power instead?

July 14

I apologize for the length of this and other long updates. The topic is a discovery of Philistines in the West, If, not interested, skip.

I was thinking that readers didn't bite too hard when I suggested that Felix" might mean, not "happy" as it's claimed, but a surname derived from "Philistia" elements. I'm not suggesting that there isn't a felix/felicita term meaning happy, but that with surnames or nicknames, one may never know what they derive from before they look like dictionary terms centuries later.

I take it that the English Felix surname, because it uses a red and blue Shield, is related to the Italian Felix'. This gives us a chance at finding more clues. Variations here include Fellicks, Felicks and Fealix. What struck me was the suggested origin in a man with Manche-like surname: "Saxon surnames survived and the family name was first referenced in the year 1122 when Felix Monchus held estates in that (Sussex) shire." Monchus? There was a discussion here in the updates two days ago about the Manx, Maghan, Moyne...and MONK families that the Mathie/Mattis names links to. Coincidence?

Not likely. It suggests that general Mattis quoted Lucius Cornelius Sulla FELIX due to knowing that he stems from the dictator. In fact, Wikipedia tells that "Felix" was the dictator's agnomen i.e. nickname, and "Warrior Monk" became general Mattis'...nickname. If you read two days ago, you know that I also linked the Mathie/Mattis surname to Munich surnames, and so it's conspicuous that a bust of Sulla (the dictator above) is in the Munich Glyptothek.

IN FACT, the German Munich Coat page, which traces to "monk," shows Munch and Monsche variations, very evocative of Felix Monchus. AND, this Munich Coat has a red and blue Shield, essentially, like both Felix Coats.

Thus, having more evidence now of a Felix-surname trace to the Cornelius clans, and recalling the associated Valeria clans, why couldn't "Felix" have been code for, or variation of, a Valeria entity (= Tolkien's Valar)?

BEHOLD. After writing all the above, and immediately afterward, I started looking for Felix links to Fell, Valais, Valois, and Falaise surnames, all of which I've discussed in the past as Rockefeller important. I thought that the Falaise surname, to which William the Conqueror married, looked much like the Italian "Felisata," a Felix variation, and then I tried for a Fall surname, and got one. It's SHOCKING EVIDENCE of being on the right track, for it's exactly the Dutch Valar Coat that I had loaded a couple of days ago! That's because the page shows both a Fall and Valar variation.

In my mind, this proves what I asserted above -- I kid you not, I asserted it before finding the Fall Coat just now -- that "Felix" pertains to Valeria clans. AND, the theory now is, Rockefellers were from the Valeria.

It smacks of the evidence I showed a few months ago (in March) that Tolkien's codes were centered around the very Rus that the Rollo-to-Conqueror line represented -- albeit it was more central in the Guiscard part of the line -- and here we find that the Conqueror may have married Tolkien's Valar i.e. his supreme god-like beings. Evidence that the Valar trace to Romans is his Maia-like code representing the mythical Italian Maja, likely the Greek Maia (= Atlantean deity), foundress of mount Maiella in Abruzzo.

Days ago, I showed that the Mathie and Maghan surnames showed Mann variations, and that it related to the Isle of Man(n), but look:

"...(The lesser Valar they called the Maiar.) Among the Valar were some of the most powerful and wise of the Ainur, including Manwe, the Lord of the Valar..."

MANwe. The father of Samson was Manoah (Judges 13:2).

There is no Falaise Coat at, but I recall entering Fallis to find an Italian Coat that is exactly like the English Fallis Coat. It's typical Rockefeller white on blue, as is the French Valais/Valois Coat. AND, to prove that "Valais/Valois" links to the Valeria, the Shield (aside from the Chief) is nearly identical with the French Valiere/Valery Shield. It is thought that Rollo married a Poppa de Valois.

Of course, if "Valeria" came first, before "Felix/Felicata," then there is no evidence that the clan is from "Philistia." But if "Valer" was the modification from an original Felisata-like term, the hunt is still on.

I've noted that the Fallis Coat is a white lion on blue, colors reversed from the Italian Messana/Massina (= Messina] lion leading to Macclesfield. The Fallis' were first found in Lothian, where the Rollo line settled as Sinclairs, and the write-up: "Another derivation suggests that the name is a local reference to the area of Falaise, Normandy."

This all becomes intriguing as the Polish royals that I've stressed can be linked to Philistines as well as to the early Roman/Italian families under discussion. Keep in mind that the English Felix surname is said to be Saxon, what may have been a variation of "Dagon."

The Spanish Pelaiz surname has been linked (by me) by its Baez variation to Paisley of Renfrewshire, and to the Piast dynasty of Poles. I've mentioned that the upper half of the Pelaiz/Baez Coat is half the Scottish Pollock Coat, surname first in Renfrewshire. NOW, something completely new on the Pollocks; first, note in the write up that the first known member of the family was FULbert (i.e. like "Fall, etc), and secondly see the Jewish Pollock Coat, a white diagonal bar (wavy) on red, in the same direction as the diagonal bar, in colors reversed, of the Fall/Valar Coat.

As I've traced Pollocks (early "Pulloc and Pollok") to Poland's Pollux bloodline, might "Felix" have been a variation of "Pollux"? As I had traced Pollux, not to Philistines, but to Peleg Hebrews, the game just got confusing; "Felix" might just be a Peleg variation and not related to Philistines.

The Plock surname has a red diagonal bar in the same direction, and BLACK FOOTLESS MARTINS ON GOLD. If the Pelaiz surname can be a Pollock variation, then why not "Poles" (i.e. with an 's' like "Pelaiz")...which term brings up a German Pollman surname (earliest known member was a Petrus, just like Fulbert Pollock's son), reminding me to see the English Pullman/Pullan Coat again: BLACK FOOTLESS MARTINS ON GOLD!! The motto includes "PALLEScere"!!! There is a Pelles Coat in the same blue and white colors as the Pollmans and Pullmans...and the Pelles Coat shows yet another PELICan, suggesting ancestry in a 'c' version of the surname, as for example "Felicita."

Again, general James Mattis was born in Pullman, Washington, in the county of Whitman, and the Whitman Coat has an 'M' symbol said to be a "maunch." The Pullmans use a pelican that smacks of "Peleg," but also "Felicita." I'm not willing to entertain Philistines as Pelegian Hebrews.

It should be said that use of a maunch to the Whitmans suggests linkage of these families to the Whites and Blanks. Saxons were known in Arthurian myth as the white dragon. The first Russian-Communist leader (Lenin), a Rothschild agent among "Red Jews" of Russia, married the Blank surname.

The impression is that Pollocks had s-ending variations, like "Philis(tia)." At that sentence, I asked whether there are any potential Pollock variations with the 't' of "Philist(ia)" and "Peleset." I immediately thought to check the Pulsipher/Pulcipher surname...because it has s-endings ("ipher" is likely a suffix, as on "Jennifer")...not knowing that it has PulesDon and PullesTon variations. Pulsiphers also show Pilson and Pillson that better reflect Philistia.

Next, we try for surnames that would have honored the Gittites of Gath (near Gaza), home of Goliath. The first one to be tried was the Gidian Coat, in Pollock colors, and traced by its write-up to Israelites. Seeing the Giddy/Geddy variations, I next took a look at the Getty surname (which turned out more Geddes); it uses a shield-on-shield in the colors of the Jewish Pollocks, and, THIS IS A BIG BREAK: it uses a "Capta" motto term smacking of Caphtor, where Philistines originated according to Jeremiah 47:4! It's as if the Geddys/Geddes' know or believe that they come from Philistines. Note the fish symbol, for Dagon of Philistia has a fish tail, according to some.

Gosh, the Gace surname that I know is a Conqueror-associated variation of the similarly red and white Wassa surname, with Zionist star, came to mind, and it has a Gaze variation like "Gaza." Like I said: GOSH, because the Wassa surname was the proto-Washington surname, wherefore, gosh, I have never imagined, the America-founding Freemasons may have been, not only Hyksos of Gaza, but sheer Philistines proper of Gaza.

In the past, I had traced the Piast Poles to Dagon of the Philistines (the god belonged properly to Amorites), and so it wouldn't be surprising should some Philistines have come along on the westward wagons, and of course they would have ended up in Poland with the Piasts. Wouldn't they be primary in the present quest to create a Palestinian state? Or, if Goliath was a forerunner of the anti-Christ, might not the anti-Christ be a "Philistine" after his Gittite bloodline? We should not forget the Geddes surname with Capta motto term.

Note that the English Gos(s) Coat uses red stars on white, the Washington Coat symbol. Germans Gos' have a Goz variation and use white stars on blue, the symbol on the American flag. When I first theorized on the origin of the blue and white stars of the flag, I suggested the Douglas stars (which were the Moray stars), and doesn't "Doug" smack of "Dagon??? Remember, I trace the Goz/Gois surname to Dagon-related Ashkelon/Ascalon.

Is it any wonder now that Meschins, from Mieszko the Piast Pole, had a Goz/Gois bloodline in the mother of Ranulf le Meschin? I've already traced the Goz surname of the Meschins to Philistine territory because the Meschin escallops/scallops have been traced to Ascalon of Philistia, a Dagon-associated city. Dagon's wife, Shala, represented Ascalon, in my opinion, and she with Dagon's symbols included a sheaf of wheat, what heraldry calls a "garb," the symbol of the Meschin's Cheshire. The garb is also the symbol of Gascony, a region named after the Euskals...whom I trace to both the escallop symbol and Ascalon. There is no doubt about it that Pollocks and their Meschin relatives (Pollocks are a sept of Maxwells) and their fellow Illuminati bloodlines (e.g. Rothschilds) trace to Philistine territory, but my senses have been that they trace to Hyksos, not to Philistines proper. However, suddenly, the Pollocks might just be some of the Philistine bloodlines.

Philistines should be found amongst Goz-like clans. For all we know, the mysterious Euskals=Basques could be pure Philistines.

As Philistines originated on Caphtor=Crete, a remnant of Philistines, or proto-Philistines by some other name, might have lived on the island as the Zeus cult arrived. I once shared with my Pollock friend that the bugles in the Pollock Coat trace to the cornucopia cult of the Sabines, and then from there to the cornucopia/goat cult (= Amalthea) of Cretan Zeus. But the goat cult must have been Phoenician, from Pan and Agenor elements, not Philistine. And Minoans must have been from the Egyptian Min/Amun cult. Who were the Philistines on Crete? I've never asked the question. Has the revelation been reserved for last?

An ancient myth expert in the Levant claimed that Zeus was related to Dagon, but it could have been the non-Philistine, Amorite Dagon (that was borrowed by the Philistines).

Genesis 11 says that Philistines came from Casluhites, assumed to be near the next-listed Caphtorites. Were Casluhites the namers of Cassel, at Hesse, since after all I trace Hesse to the Samson cult, while he was heavily involved with Philistines?

As I traced the Samson cult to the Siem terms used by two early Piast kings, could "Piast" itself be a corruption of "Philist(ia)"? Did "Piast" lose the 'l'? Was "Piast" at first a Pelaiz-like family/entity? In the past, I traced "Piast" to "Poseidon" and the Pisidians. Now we have reason to believe that Poseidon, Zeus' brother, formed the Philistines. If anyone finds a Caslu-like term in Poseidon mythology, that would clinch it.

I'm not suggesting that Poseidon was founded on Philistines, but that the Casluhites were re-named after Poseidon elements. As I trace "Poseidon" to the idea of Buz-Eden (in the Mesopotamian theater), and therefore to the bee-cult, and as I identify the bee cult of Philistine territory as the Avvites (think the honey in the Samson myth), and as I linked the Avvites to ABAS of Greece, it appears that Avvites were Poseidon=Buz elements. I traced Pisidians not only to the two Pisa locations, but to Opis on the Tigris (in Mesopotamia), which was also called the "InDIGNA, what I think was in honor of "Dagon."

Not many online, if any, seem to have any idea as to where or what the Casluhites were. Working my brain to smoke on this one, I found something interesting, VERY INTERESTING, in entering "Cashel." It brought up the Cassidy Coat, and immediately (I couldn't believe my eyes), I saw the motto term "flectis."

As I studied for a few seconds, it hadn't yet dawned on me that I had traced the Fleck surname to the Samson surname, for both use the same-colored scallops. Instead, I was studying the nearness of "Felix" to "flectis"...and there is also the 't' needed to make a link to "PalesT(ine)." The Cashel/Cassidy Coat is in the red and white colors of the Geddys Coat with Capta motto term. So now I have reason to believe that the Flecks/Flacks/Flicks/Fleggs may have been the Felix elements amongst Sabines. The Samson Coat uses a motto term starting with "flag," and uses the Eaton symbol, which surname ultimately could have been in honor of the Eden cult of Sumeria.

Zowie, after that I tried the Cassel Coat (much like the Cassel Shield) and got an Avvite-like motto term in "Avise." That cannot be coincidental!

Did you ever read me where I traced the Avvite donkey god (Tartak) to Hesse and other ass-like terms? As silly as it sounds, it looks very good at this point where the Cassel family traced itself to Avvites. Keep in mind that Avvites lived in Edom's Avith location, and that Hesse smacks of "Esau," a ruler of Edom. I assume that he was the jack-ass, and that his bloodline would, in the last days, oppose Israel...and the very concept of the Israel of God.

The Khassi region of Cilicia, where the Cati lived whom I traced to the Catti founders of Hesse, are coming to mind as a possible Casluhite domain. This doesn't mean necessarily that the Cati were Casluhites, for I think it is solid to trace the Cati to Cadusia and Hatussa of the Hatti. But as Hyksos coming out of Egypt, who I identified in-part as Avvites among the Samson cult, lived in Cilicia after coming out of Gaza, I'd say that the Cati Armenians of Cilicia (Hyksos had been Hayk/Haik-based Armenians) lived amongst both the Hyksos Avvites (I peg them largely in Adana) and the Casluhites.

INCREDIBLE!!! I almost didn't do it. I almost didn't check Wikipedia's article on Kothar-wa-Khasis for links to Casluhites. I decided to check the article instead for the Kothar-wa-Khasis link to an Egyptian deity, Ptah, and whatever that might have scored. And I read:

" a Canaanite god...Kothar is smith, craftsman, engineer, architect, and inventor. He is also soothsayer and magician, creating sacred words and spells...The god-name Ka-sha-lu in texts from Ebla suggests that he was known in Syria as early as the late third millennium."

AMAZING!!! Ka-sha-lu!!! AMAZING. It's the Casluhites! Kothar-wa-Khasis, whom I traced years ago to Cilicia's Khassi region, represented the original Philistines! I'm amazed to now have a good handle on Philistines. Khassi was in Kizzuwatna, suggesting a Hyksos alliance with Philistines proper. As a craftsman, Kothar could trace to Hephaestus and Aphrodite, and if true, the Philistines would be some mythical term(s) associated with the two.

By the time that I wrote the above on Khassi, I had viewed the Caffie and Coffee Coats seeking links to Caphtor, but decided not to mention either surname for lack thereof. BUT NOW, as the Cassels (Irish) use a dolphin in the Crest, see the dolphin in the Irish Coffee Crest. A dolphin is not only the symbol of Daphne, but of Poseidon and the Nereids.

The Coffee Coat is in Pollock colors, tough these are common Irish colors, however. Caffees were first in Wigton, where the Hanna surname was first found, and I've identified the latter as remnants of the Hannibal Tunisians/Carthiginians that also founded Sulcis at Sardinia. I linked the Hannibals to the Danaan-branch Hyksos at Tunisia.

Didn't I just say moments ago that Cassel in Germany traces to the Casluhites? I might not have checked the Cassel surname had I not tried the Cashell surname first. The Cassel Coat is Daphne-of-Cheshire all over, from the dolphin to the DAVENport (of Cheshire) crosslets. I don't see any Philistine clues in the German Cassel Coat, however. The German Castells are also red and white, and, like the Cassels, were first found in Bavaria.

Pollux' brother was Castor. Hmm. Castor was a sea-faring God, according to Strong's concordance.

The Cast/Cass/Cash Coat? White-on-red again, with shield-on-shield like the white shield-on-shield Getty/Geddy surname with Capta motto code. The Cass'/Cashes use a sea symbol too that I think is one of Atlantis.

The Gettys/Geddys use a "majora" motto term, and two Major Coats are red and white. The English Major Coat uses a white anchor, a sea symbol, on red...AND red roses in the chief that likely represent the Rose clan because the Gettys/Geddys write-up tells: "First found in Nairnshire where they held the lands of Geddes, formerly held by the Rose family." I had traced both Nairnshire and Nereids to the Nairi=Nahorites of Lake Van (Armenia). I thought that Nereids, a Poseidon entity, were named after Nahor because I traced Pos-Eidon himself to Buz, son of Nahor, and/or other men named Buz in the Nahorite bloodline.

Entering "Hassle" brings up another white-on-red Coat, of the Astels (i.e. like "Castel"). There's a green coiled serpent in the crest.

It occurred just now that a c-less "Ascalon" may have been named by the Casluhites. If so, mythical Asclepios (symbol, a coiled snake) was a Casluhite entity. And, the Euskals indeed look like sheer Philistines. In this picture, since I trace the Asclepios serpent to the two coiled serpents of the Hermes caduceus rod, the Casluhites look like Cadusii Armenians. Not that Hermes was a Philistine entity, but that Philistines were from Hermes Armenians migrated to Crete. That gives us a clue for seeking Casluhites of Crete in a Cadusii/Hatti-like term, and therefore for seeking Philistines amongst the Hatti.

As I identify mythical Atti(s)/Atys as a representation of the Hatti, and as Attis was all about the male sex organ, what about mythical Pallas??? He was of Lycian-wolf elements (i.e. son of mythical Lycaon), as were the Pisidians, and represented the "founder of the Arcadian town of Pallantion." Remember, Nahorites were a wolf peoples too, and related to Slavs whom I trace to "Halybes" of the Halys river, where the Hatti lived.

Hmm, lookie. Pallas was the father of Chryse, the mother of Phlegyas. The latter is a Peleg- and Pollux-like term but also Felix-like. Phlegyas was the ruler of the Lapiths leading to Ixion-branch Hyksos, which is now reason to link "Phlegyas" to Philistines. The webpage below also says: "Chryse Island is an island in the Mediterranean where, in Greek mythology, Philoctetes was bitten by a snake." Another Pollux-like term, but also evoking the PamPHYLians after mythical Amphilocus.

Philoctetes was a honey/bee-line entity, and Homer had him bitten by a snake on Lemnos, the sacred isle of Hephaestus. THEREFORE, there is the Philistine-like mythical term that was expected in the Hephaestus cult. The father (Poeas/Poias) of Philoctetes was a friend of Hercules, the latter being the extension of the Samson Avvites, thus explaining the Abas-like term father and the bee-line elements such as Meliboea, the city over which Poias was ruler.

The honey in the Samson myth (Biblical book of Judges) was inside a lion carcass, and that was a symbol of a lion-depicted peoples that became the Hercules lion: SANDon, whom I trace to SINTians of Lemnos. The Kabeiri cult of Hephaestus/Lemnos was created on SAMO-Thrace, according to Greek myths. It was created by the brother of DARDanus, and the latter looks like "TARTak," the Avvite donkey god. Samson killed too many Philistines to be a real story, 1000 of them, with the jawbone of a donkey i.e. he was allied to, or merged with, Avvites.

It would appear that the Poias>Philoctetes entity was an Avvite-Philistine one, showing that, in Greece anyway, Avvites were inseparable with Philistines to some degree. As the Mieszko bloodline of the Piasts merged with Bohemians, who were from a Boii peoples, might they have come from mythical Poias elements? Could we therefore, if true, seek Philistines amongst Bohemians?

The Hazels/Hassals of Cheshire could apply to Casluhites, and they appear to use a version of the Bellamy Coat. As I trace Cheshire's founding to Hesse, note the Hassel variation that should link to Cassel elements. The Hazels could be sheer Philistines.

So far, the hunt for Philistines in the West has not brought up links to general Mattis, as expected when seeking Felix-like terms, or when tracing the Felix surname to Philistine. BUT, there is yet hope in the Fulk surname, which could be a Felix variation somehow.

Let's not forget that Veres trace to the Fulks almost fundamentally, and then Veres also appear to trace to the Felix clan; they share the white-on-blue star, and Veres were just traced to the Valeria Italian fold. The Valeria were linked (by me) to the Vaux/Valibus, who have Voxe, Voaux, Vokes variations evoking the Faux, Fooke, and Fowke variations of the Fulks. And, while the Vaux use a shield-full of red and gold checks, the Italian Fulks use a shield-full of blue and white checks...that looks like the Massi/MATTIS Coat!!!

Remember, I had traced the Mattis surname, by an online quote, to Prussia, which I identify as the mother of fish-tailed Melusine, and she was depicted by the Veres as the foundress of the counts of Anjou just before the Fulks took that position i.e. one has reason to believe that Fulks were from Melusine elements. My independent trace of the Fulks, via their first-known ancestor, Ingelger, went further back to the Harcourt Danes (of a Torcy/Torville location, the same Harcourts that put forth the Beaumonts).

There is definitely a push by Turkey taking place to eradicate the Kurdish problem inside Iraq [at this point, I ended the Philistine topic and did the news...but would immediately come back to what look like Philistines in Italy]. Turkey makes a good point when accusing the Iraq government of not doing much militarily to stop the Kurdish problem. The article above explains the lame Iraqi excuse, that military solutions have been tried but to no avail. And, it says, the Americans won't fight the terrorist Kurds with military either. Mattis could change that.

The point needs to be made that the anti-Christ does not necessarily become militarily involved in northern Iraq based on fall-out from the failing election controversy, but purely for the purpose or excuse of dealing with the rebel Kurds. Or, due to both scenarios at once.

While Mattis would fit the role of anti-Christ by being the chief of any American decision to use military force against Kurds, Shi'ites or Sunni insurgents, the problem is, the anti-Christ needs to be the eighth head of Revelation 17. The world must not only be amazed that the strong Roman empire of seven Roman emperors has returned, but must honor Mattis as the leader of that Rome. Frankly, I just don't see it.

However, I am fairly-well convinced that he traces to, and that he knows it, the Cornelius bloodline that may have been part of the first official Roman emperor, Augustus. Although he was a nephew of Julius Caesar and not from Caesar's Cornelian wife, August's Octavian bloodline was apparently itself from the Cornelius fold. It's also interesting that the father (Gaius Octavius) of Augustus was the great-great grandfather of the first three seven heads/emperors: Gaius, Claudius and Nero.

I once traced the Greek Pelasgians to the Volscians on the Latin/south side of Rome, and in fact I traced the Volscians to the Veres, though I can`t recall the details. The Polski (= Poles of Poland) could very well have been from the Volscians. AND, of course, the Volscians may have been of the VALerians. Let's read about the Octavian bloodline of the first Roman emperor (not to be confused with the first of the seven heads of the beast), and see the VEL-like location of the Volscians:

"The Octavii originally came from the Volscian town of Velitrae, in the Alban Hills.

...The nomen Octavius is a patronymic surname, derived from the praenomen Octavius, which was widely spread in Latium. Many other gentes obtained their nomina in this manner, including the Quinctii [did the heraldic quince symbol of the Sforza family depict the Quinctii???] from Quintus, the Sextii from Sextus, and the Septimii from Septimus.

The chief praenomina [= first name] used by the Octavii were Gnaeus, Gaius, Marcus, and Lucius. Examples of Publius and Servius are found under the Empire.

Most of the Octavii of the Republic were descended from Gnaeus Octavius Rufus, who had two sons, Gnaeus and Gaius...

During the Republic, none of the Octavii of this family bore any cognomen [= third/extra name] other than Rufus...

A few other persons named Octavius were not descended from Gnaeus Octavius Rufus, or whose descent cannot be traced. They bore cognomina such as Balbus, Ligur, Marsus, and Naso. Balbus was a common surname...Ligur refers to one of the Ligures, the aboriginal people of Liguria, while Marsus refers to one of the Marsi, an ancient people of central Italy, who later allied with the Samnites."

The Rufus "surname" came up in the Cornelius clans too:

"The Cornelii Rufini appear in the latter half of the 4th century BC, beginning with Publius Cornelius Rufinus...A descendant of this family was the first to assume the cognomen Sulla, about the time of the Second Punic [= Phoenician] War. The name is probably a diminutive of Sura [proto-Saracens? Syrians? Sirens?], a cognomen found in several gentes, including among the Cornelii Lentuli...The Sullae continued in the highest offices of the state well into imperial times. Some of them bore the agnomen Felix."

The question is whether "FELix" relates to the VOLscian location of VELitri, and sure enough, the latter comes from a Felix-like term: VELestria. "The Latin term for 'swamp' was 'Velia'...From this root came the place name Velestrom, the place next to a swamp or marsh, was probably used by Volsci to call old Velletri." Well, here they go again guessing at what geographical thing a location might be named after. "Honey look, a swamp! Let's call ourselves the Swamps." Instead, compare "Peleset" with "Velest(rom)." I'm convinced already: the Velletria location was a Philistine one.

We're keeping in mind here that Polish king Mieszko was personally linked to Dagom/Dagon elements, AND according to an online article he descended from SARDINIA (off the coast of Volscia), thought to have been the home of the Sherdan/Shardana sea peoples that had associations with the Peleset sea peoples. In that picture wherein Mieszko traces to Philistia in two ways, but apparently also to SARDIS -- of Lydia which named the Latins of Latium/Lazio where Volscia and Velletri were located -- the evidence seems to have backbone for the idea that Poles/Polski were descended from Volscia.

Can anyone see a Folk/Fulk in "Volscia?" Why does the English Folk/Fulk Coat use "Qui sera sera" as a motto, nearly identical with the Russell motto? Doesn't it reveal that Fulks were partly from Saracens of GUIScard's alliances? The question becomes important as we ask why the Octavians used the Gaius term. For new readers, Guiscard allied himself to Saracen leaders in Sicily named Samsam and Timnah.

The Latins are the Biblical dragon, and Volscia was in Latin-ville. The first Roman emperor was from Volscia, and the first of the seven heads of the beast was from August's bloodline. Perhaps now we may see why I have been stressing Polish royals as foundational to the anti-Christ system, though when I began to stress the royal Poles, I did not have Volscia in mind at all.

Had I not been from a Meschin bloodline, I might not have concerned myself with Mieszko whatsoever. But realizing that my Masci bloodline was important to the dragon hunt by the time that I first arrived to Mieszko, I dug in. I feel certain that it has led to the discovery of a Seleucid bloodline in the Latins of the Romans. But look at how deeply I am still digging. It stinks down here. I think I smell the rotting corpse of Goliath, the one with the profane mouth...whose forehead was forced to eat a rock from God.

In this map of Volscia, see how close Ardea is to both Rome and Velletri, and then enter in the mythical Arda domain of Tolkien's Valar "gods":

"[The Valar] are first mentioned in The Lord of the Rings, but The Silmarillion...develops them into the Powers of Arda or the Powers of the World. They are angelic powers, the Ainur that chose to go into the World (Arda) and complete..."

Ardea is in downtown Latium, and Arthurian writers often made allusions of Arthurian links to Rome. See how close to Ardea the SAMnites were (term looks like "Timnah," to which Samson was allied). You can also see the location of Circes, which is conspicuous because mythical Circe was made the mother of Latinus. The Satricum location appears to be named after Satyr elements, possibly from Satyrion, an entity in southern Italy founded by a son (Taras) of Poseidon. As I trace the Goz bloodline of the Meschins, known to have also been "Gois," to Philistia, what about the Gaius name that the Octavians liked most of all? I don't know why the Octavians named themselves after "eight," or why the Quinctii from Quintus named themselves after "five," but, after comparing the Gwyse variation of the Gois surname with "Quince," compare the Gois Coat to the English Quince Coat: both use seven diamonds (the Quinces use "mascles," special symbol of the Meschins/Masculines).

The Quinces are in fact traced to Romans: "These place names all derive from the Gallo-Roman personal name Quintus, meaning 'fifth-born.'" But this explanation seems shallow in light of an entire clan/bloodline at Quintus named Quinctii. The Quince write-up continues to peg the root of the family in "Saer de Quincy (Saer I)." Saer??? Is that the alternative term, Sura, for the Sulla branch of Cornelians??? Was Tolkien's SILmarillion an allusion to the Sully/Silly surname with roots in the Sulla amongst Cornelians?

Does the purple lion of the Silva surname link back to the mythical Silva term in Rome's founding, since after all purple was the Roman royal color? Is the purple of the Revelation beast an allusion to the Silva bloodline that I think linked to the Seleucids?

The quince symbol is used by the Sforza surname, first found in Rome. This family was linked closely to the Viscontis that I trace to Guiscards/Wiscards. It appears stronger now that Guis(card) was from Gaius elements amongst the Scandinavian Rus.

The Romer and Rouen/Rohan Coats are very evocative of the Quince Coat. Tolkien stressed the Rohan-branch Rus in his codes. As more proof that mascles depicted Meschins, the Romer write-up traces to the Taillebois bloodline that Ranulf le Meschin married: "...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."

The question is: why are the same mascles used for the Rouens? I reasoned that "Rouen" was a variation of "Romen," but the point is, Rouen was the city that Rollo ruled, which meshes nicely with the trace of the Meschins to Rollo's grandfather, Eystein. I'm suggesting that Rouen was a Meschin stronghold somehow, and tracing back to Italian Quince and/or Gaius elements. Why does the Gois Coat use "Quo" as a motto term?

Remember the Sadowski/SANDowski 'Q'. I was able to trace the Sadowskis to the GASTons of Surrey and to the Surrey/Sark surname, which I traced to Surru/Tyrus (Tyre). BUT, I recall a major location in Tuscany (Etruscan realms) with red and white checks as symbol, the symbol of both the Gastons and Surreys/Sarks, and that now brings to mind, not only that Etruscans were TYRRhenians, but that the brother of mythical Tyrrhenus (both Lydians and therefore Latins) was TARCHon. I had traced the Sark surname to the Darks/Darques, you see, who use a PURPLE arm. The Darques had been found to be Mackesys, and Gois-based Meschins married purple-lion Skiptons (Silvas use a purple lion too).

The Gois page shows Guy variation, smacking of the "Gai" that "Gaius" infers. Note the blue-on-red Gois Shield, the colors that I had mentioned recently as pertaining to Cornelius/Felix clans, and the most popular amongst Poles. The English Gays from of Gaye le Manche in France could apply to Gaius blood. The Masseys/Mascis/Maceys were first found in Manche. It all comes around.

The following news statement suggests that Americans are in charge in northern Iraq. Why should this change when the pull-out is "complete" after August?

"...The United States is now allowing Turkish unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, to fly into the airspace on the Iraqi side of the border in order to gather information about PKK movement inside Iraq."

The Americans are allowing? Since when did they rule Iraq? Doesn't this reveal that Iraq is allowing the Americans to rule in the north? And doesn't it explain why Iraq refuses to do anything significant about the Kurd-terrorist problem for Turkey? It's because Americans don't want to push Kurd buttons s too strongly for fear of losing business ground in Kirkuk.

Mythical Pallas and his Athena identity were a peoples in Libya (I think Athena elements in Libya named Tunisia). In that picture, Amalthea of Crete, the goat goddess that tended the Zeus cult, may have been a Philistine/Casluhite entity. It's known that the bee/honey cult of Crete was closely linked to Amalthea. It suggests a Tyrian (i.e. the goat part) alliance with Avvite-Philistines:

"Speaking generally, Amalthea's horn was regarded as the symbol of inexhaustible riches...and became adopted as the attribute of various divinities -- of Gaia, Demeter, Cybele [wife/mother of Attis], of Hades [probably the same as Attis of the Cadusia>Hatussa line] in his manifestation as Plouton, the bringer of wealth, and of rivers as fertilizers of the land."

PLOUTon??? Was this brother of Poseidon the depiction of Philistines? I'm convinced as per the discussions above. The three brothers, Zeus, Poseidon and Hades, depicted Levant peoples, including Philistines. I did trace "Hades" in particular to "Cadusia," suggesting that a Casluhite trace to the Cadusia is also in order. Perhaps not to Cadusia proper, but to a region or other entity in Cadusia.

I think I have found what the "flectis" motto term, and the mythical Philoctetes entity, stood for:

"...The Messalla or Messala branch [of Valeri], so prominent in imperial Rome, is a sub-branch of this [Corvus]. The origins of the Flaccus branch is less certain...In late republican Rome, the branches of Messalla (or Messala) and Flaccus were the best-known and most influential."

I see a Flaccus root in the "nickname, "Felix." As I trace the Messalla/Messina surname to the Massis>Mascis of Piedmont, it supports my trending trace of the Mascis to Philistines. If you think I like makes my skin crawl. No one wants to be a Philistine.

General Mattis could be a Philistine, therefore, and his mouth does appear to fit that of Goliath's. We await to hear what his position on Israel is. If American military gets involved at Gaza, I suppose that Mattis will have some charge of the situation. Hold your nose while waiting.

Likely, the Samson-surname "flagitium" motto term proves in itself that the Messana-Flaccus family was of Messina Saracens. This could have been the Pollux line to the Poles. Note that I had traced "Corvus" to Sorbs. The article also says: "The cognomen Messalla...with the praenomens Potitus and Volesus..." The latter term could have created the Bole(slaw) surname of the Bohemians and Mieszko's near-descendant.

In this picture, the "letho" motto term of the Samson surname evokes Leto, mother of Apollo, which could suggest that Apollo was none other than a Philistine peoples.

Uh oh, Saddam loyalists -- 55 of them -- kept in American-guarded prisons are now being given up into Iraqi hands. Along with Tarik Aziz, "the detainees also include Saddam's former oil and culture ministers." Those are the men likely to know Saddam's money bags, and money means war machines.

The article says that the Americans will continue to hold other prisoners for the foreseeable months. The release of Baathists is not evidence that Americans plan to keep fingers off of Iraq. Americans are required by their deal with Iraq to at least make the appearance of taking fingers off. The military leader in Iraq: General Odierno Warns: Militants trained in Iran prepare to attack US bases in Iraq. It is in U.S. globetrotter interests to make it appear that Americans are still needed in Iraq.

July 15

There will be more hope for Indonesia on the Day of Judgment than for the United States: Indonesia to ask internet providers to block porn.

Another correction. The Libyan ship is not called "Amalthea," but Almathea. The ship is said to be docked in Egypt, apparently not making waves in any way.

Everyone but Obama's press secretary seems to be pooh-poohing on Obama. His crunch time is at hand, for not only have months gone by with unfavorable ratings, but it's been steadily worse to the point that the entire Democratic house is worried. His socialistic agenda has been stopped in its tracks as a result. He is being made to concentrate on getting jobs back for the people, and this will take his steam away for the things he hoped to be doing at this time. Besides, he really doesn't like doing things for the common people, it's become obvious. He wants glory amongst the elite, but now even Europe is complaining:

"Europe's disappointment with Barack Obama's presidency is laid bare today as the EU's most senior figure calls for a dramatic effort to revive transatlantic relations. The President of the European Commission told The Times that the new era at the White House was in danger of becoming a 'missed opportunity' for Europe. Josť Manuel Barroso said that the EU-US relationship was 'not living up to its potential' and was being marred..."

Obama promised everything to everyone (except Republicans and Israelites), and now he's got burn-out. He even invited Bill Clinton to his meeting on how to ramp up the economy. You know that if he invites Bill, he's so lost for solutions that he's back-treading.

YS sent in an email with more Mattis quotes: "Kenneth Allard, a former Army colonel, said Mattis -- who has been compared to the legendary World War II leader Lt. Gen. Chesty Puller -- is 'my ideal of the perfect warrior.'" As Mattis was born in Pullman, is it a coincidence that "Puller" brings up the same Pullan Coat as does "Pullman"?

Tim has added to the findings as per his email recently. It tends to prove that the Cornelians were in fact linked to the Valeria, though Wikipedia doesn't go as far as linking them. He did "his excellent thing" by searching motto terms in their English translations to find a list of surnames using the Pullen/PULLMAN motto, "Nulla pallascere culpa." He found that Pattons and Winders use the motto. German Winders use the Dutch Valar/Fall Coat exactly!

The English Winders use the bull head that I now think (as per the last update page) links to the Faunus horn cult after which the CORNelians were named (see recent days for explanation). As I traced "Faunus" to Venetians/Venus, note that many trace Wends to the Venethi of Poland, and therefore to Venetians! Apparently, the Winders were Wends/Vandals, and ditto for the Pullmans.

BIG NOTE, the German Pohls/Pohland/POHLMANNS use a bull head!! They were first found in SILESIA!!! French Pohls use a gold lion on blue, used also by Aurels and French Laurels.

The Aurels and Laurels are important as per another Mattis quote sent in by YS:

"In his book 'Fiasco,' Thomas Ricks calls Mattis 'one of the more intense intellectuals in the U.S. military,' and writes that he always packed the 'Meditations' of the Roman stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius when he deployed and required thousands of pages of reading material for his officers. Yet, as Ricks quotes the general, one of his rules was, 'Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.'"

As the Cornelians and other Sabines were found in the Cornwall peninsula, the north end of which is Somerset, is it another coincidence that the Ricks were first found in Somerset? I figured that Ricks/Rixons were named after a hard-c version of Rus, and so checking "Rucks" I found a red-on-white Coat, the colors of the Ricks Coat. Some of the Rucks were of Silesia, but, the write-up says: "First found in Hessen..." Hesse, that is.

Next, we look at the Aurel Coat as per the Roman, Aurelius, and finding L'Aurelle variations, we should check for links to the Laurel surname, and expect links to Daphne, for she was depicted as a laurel tree because in Greek, that's what her name means. The Laurel Coat uses only a gold lion on blue, the same lion (red tongue too) as the gold lion on blue in the Aurel Coat. NOT COINCIDENTAL.

The Daphne cult, remember, is what we are tracing to the Cornwall peninsula when tracing the Cornelius/Sabine clans there. You may have spotted that the Ricks use the DAVENport-style crosslets. The Ricks Crest is the Ali griffin, and Alis were from Messina. As per the Rueck spelling of the German Rucks, I checked for a related sift-c version, finding that the Rues were first in Cornwall, and from Rewe in Devon. There is a Rowe variation.

That caused a check of other Rowe Coats, and FINALLY, the EXACT stag head has been found (first time for me) as used by the Hanna Coat...with Davenport crosslet, in Davenport color, in the Crest. And, this Rowe Coat uses Hanna colors (blue on white). (The Davenport crosslet is used in the Arms of Macclesfield, and the latter location was traced earlier in this update page to the Cornelius clan.) We can now ask whether the Hanna motto term, "ardua," is code for Ardea in Volscia.

The Aurel and Laurel lion (minus the red tongue) is exactly the Italian Ferrari/Fer Coat. As the Ferraris were first found in Modena, the place to which I trace the Mittani-descended Veres, it's likely that Ferraris were Veres. In that picture, Ferraris were not named after "iron," as thought. The Italian Sforzas use a gold lion on blue too, but a different design.

The Laurels were first found in Languedoc, where the Rockefellers grew out from their Roquefeuil surname. Thanks to Tim for finding that one, and for finding that the family merged with the Rodez/Rodes surname of Languedoc, which was obviously the Rodez/Redone/Ruthene/Russi peoples from Rhodes. There in "Roque," which is also Rocque, we have a hard-c Rus version...that I link to the Roxburgh surname and location, which is in the Rocque colors of white on blue, and Rowe colors of blue on white.

The Roxburgh surname has a Rokesby variation; I showed the Rokesby/Rocksby Coat during my first serious Rockefeller trace (fourth update of last July). It led to the idea that Rockefeller families used black chevrons on white...the symbol also in the Cornelius Coat. It also led to the knowledge that the Rook surname was related to the Rokesbys, but see that the raven in the Rook Crest is called a "rook." That's the Rus-viking raven, as you may know, that founded Rothesay = Tolkien's Avalon.

Remember, Roxburghshire is where we find the Pollock clans of Maxwell and Maxton, and the RUTHERford Rus, and while Pollocks use "Audacter" for a motto term, the Roxburghs use "Audax." Maxtons were found to use the bee symbol of the Arms of MANCHester (albeit the term can be understood as "MAN-chester). I had traced (third update in last September) the Arms of Manchester to Anubis, whom some say was the same as the Avvite god, Nibhaz.

IS IT A COINCIDENCE THAT the Rook Coat uses "cornices" as a motto term (see rook-link above)??? I had pointed out that the rooks in the Rook and Rokesby Coats have the tops of the moline-style cross, and that the cross is used by the Moline surname...first found in Devon i.e. where the Cornells/Cornwalls were first found. As you can see, the Scottish Cornells use a rook=raven!

The Cornelius Coat write-up mentions a pope by that name with significance at ROSnay (Flanders), and although I don't find that surname, the "Jewish" Rosen surname -- first found in Silesia -- might apply because it uses three red roses, perhaps the same as the three red roundels of the Cornelius Coat. After all, I did link the Cornelians of Italy to Silesia-based Seleucids (out of Sulcis).

The Ricket surname (originally "Ricard") uses three red roses on gold, the Rosen colors. Rosen variations include Rozen and Rosler; the latter evokes the Russells, first found in Dorset...beside Devon! The Russell write-up traces to the Briquebec surname that was that of Ranulf le Meschin, explaining why the Russells use white scallops on black, the colors of the same scallops of the Meschin Coat:

"[Russells were] First found in Dorset where they were originally descended from William Bertram, Baron of Briquebec, living in 1012. His son Hugue (Hugh) named de Roussel attended Duke William at Hastings, and became Marshall of England."

Let's not forget that the Marshall surname was also the Keith/Keath surname from the Catti of Hesse, and that these were traced to Ranulf's Cheshire. I don't think it's coincidental that the Russell lion is exactly, colors included, the English Cornell/Cornwall lion, though the latter has a crown denoting English royalty.

The English Cornells use a "Durante" motto term, and though at first I couldn't find the significance even though there is an Italian Durante surname, it occurred that the surname may have been from D'rant. I then found a Rant/Rand Coat using the red Cornell lion! It was first found in Lincolnshire where I trace the Redones, as for example the Rhodes surname was first found there, and it too uses the same red lion, on white like the Russells and Cornells. As expected that Russells trace to Languedoc, Randons were first in Languedoc.

The German Rhodes' use three red the Cornelius Coat!!

By the way, the Sully surname of Devon has a Sullo variation registered. Just found that now. I had traced it to the Roman dictator, Sulla of Cornelius. NOTE, the Sulla/Sully design, a triple chevron, is found in colors reversed on the Rand/Rant lion.

As per the Rynd variation of the Rands, I checked "Rind" to find a "fragRANTtior" motto term. Sneaks! The Rind Coat is in Italian Durante colors.

The latter Coat might use the Somerset sun, though it could be a symbol of the Sulla clan for obvious reasons. I did trace "Seleucus" to "Telch"ines of Rhodes, the island of Sol=Helios. I identified "Helios" with the Gilecki/Gels of Iran's Gorgon regions -- south-Caspian -- and so ask whether the Rind Crest, "A flower pot containing gillie flowers," applies to the Gileki. Remember, I trace the Gileki to mythical Glaucus, who loved mythical Scylla=Sicilians (i.e. the scallop symbol from Ascalon of the Philistines).

Yesterday's trace of the proto-Philistine Casluhites to Cadusia brings us to the border of the Gileki. As you may know, I identified one of the two caduceus snakes (coiled, like a helix) with the Gileki>Glaucus line to Helios. Then, on a totally different investigation, I traced the Guti and their Kassite relatives to Gath and Gaza of the Philistines. I then found that the Caspian sea was named by Kassites. I also found that there were Hebrews in the gaza region, and figured that they were the Habira tribe of Kassites. In that picture, the Casluhites look like the Kassites. Kassites lived smack in or next to the Gileki and/or Cadusii theater.

The German Casper Coat has a write-up tracing to a Persian Gaza-like term, "khazana-dar." There is even a Polish Casper surname with lion holding what looks like the Freemasonic compass. The write-up traces to the eastern/Slav branches of Rhodians, and to Traby roots in the Radziwills:

"First found in Polesie, the largest province of Poland. It is inhabited by Ruthenians, called Polesians, of Ukrainian descent...It was in this province that the renowned Radziwills and Sapiehas held their vast estates."

The idea that Casluhites were Kassites is a new idea NOW. Recalling the trace of Cast-like entities (e.g. mythical Castor) to Philistines, perhaps Casts were rooted in "Kassite" objects. We don't neglect the GASTon surname, therefore, which I linked without doubt (see third and fifth updates of June) to the Gostwyn region that was significant to the Sadowski clan (entering "Traby" brings up just one Coat, the Sadowski Coat).

Gastons use an owl and scallops, two signs of the Asclepios cult (which I assume was at Ascalon). If I'm not mistaken, I linked that cult to the Gileki snake as opposed to the other snake of the caduceus rod, which other snake I linked, only out of logic, to the Cadusii peoples themselves. The French Gastons (a mouse/hamster cage, apparently) were first in Languedoc, where the Rodez>Ruthene lived.

Remember, the Irish Cassidy Coat with "flectis" (i.e. like "Philistia") motto term; it too uses the Russell/Cornell red lion on white. The surname is said to drive from "Caiside" (i.e. like "Kassite"). We saw yesterday that the Cassidy Coat comes up when entering "Cashell" i.e. like "Casl(uhite)".

I arrived to the Rocksby surname (last year) only because I was convinced that Rockefellers were linked to Rigbys. And with that term, we have come full-circle to the Ricks surname, which was the underlying suspicion in discussing Rockefeller families again today. There was a Rus god, Rig. It was a Ricks surname that praised general Mattis, and the latter quotes Sulla, which is the reason that I have investigated the Cornelius clans...with many key findings.

I cannot say that "I" have discovered Rosicrucian-important bloodlines, for this has been the discovery of several of us. While some have not been able to keep up with the storyline because it is too long and/or confusing and/or irrelevant, Tim has been very determined. He looked into the Cornell motto and suggested that "warily" was code for a 'v' version.

Checking "Varily," we find a Varly surname from an early Verleio (Ver-Leo, apparently) variation. It's clearly a Vere branch, as the "Veritas" motto term suggests, but to prove it: "First found in Norfolk where they were descended from Hugh and Roger De Verleio, two knights of St. Martin De Aubigny in Manche in the arrondisement of Coutances." Although the Vere write-up doesn't mention it, it's all over the Internet that Veres were from the location of Vere(e) in Manche.

It's no secret that I've traced Pollocks to Veres, and so see that the Varly/Verley Coat is the upper half of the Pelaiz/Baez Shield that I link to Pollocks...and possibly to Philistines. Let me remind you that the "Pallescere" motto term of the Pullmans seems to apply to "Pelaiz."

Also, I traced the so-called "Vere star" (white pentagram) to the white star in the Arms of Italy. This star is in the Italian Pall--- surname with Pallas variation registered; it's white on blue like the Weir Coat stars (it's known that Weirs were Scottish Veres). And just as I trace Pollock branches to Roxburghshire, the Weirs were first in Roxburghshire. We expect Veres in Roxburgh if that place was named after the Rus, for I trace Veres to Varangian Rus, especially of the Inger and Melissena branch (the latter was a white-on-blue Rangabe, and I suspect that Inger was related to Ingelger, patriarch of the Fulks of Anjou/Angers).

As Tim found the Pattons to share the "nulla Pallescere culpa" motto with Pullmans and Winders, let's consider the Patton Shield, said to be "A shield divided fussily ermine and black with a red canton." I checked "Fussil" and got nothing, but "Fuss" brought up the English Fussel Coat with moline cross.

Wikipedia says: "[General Patton of World War II] was also widely known for his controversial outspokenness." Who else is outspoken? Oh yes, the anti-Christ and general Mattis. Then we find links to Obama's Singetary>Dunham bloodline: "As a boy, [general] Patton read widely in classics and military history. Patton's father was an acquaintance of John Singleton Mosby..."

Remember, Singletons use the triple chevron on colors reversed from the Sully/Sullo Coat, suggesting that Singletons/Dunhams were related to general Mattis. I think that Singletons/tarys were Singulars, the latter being a shown variation of the Sinclair Danes.

"Moseby" is registered under the Mooresby/Morrisby surname (Patton colors), of Moray-Murrays apparently and/or of the Rollo-Rus More. One can see that the Mosby/Moresby Coat is a Sinclair variation. The gold cinquefoil (a Norman symbol, I think, of their conquering the Cinque Port cities in Kent) on black should link to the same in the RIGsby Coat (I once traced mythical Rig to a merger of Roxolani Rus with Danes). Mosbys were first found in Cumbria (England), but Denmark was known by that term too. It's traced generally to Cimmerians/Gamiri, but I would peg them as the founders of Kamiros on Rhodes.

Sinclairs were from Manche, the write-up says, and we do not lose sight of the maunch and similar terms used by Pullman and Mattis relations. It should also be recorded here that the Clare triple chevron is used by the German Cassels, for I have seen multiple inklings of a Rollo-Rus trace to Hessians, Bavarians, and Franfurters.

General Patton was related by marriage to a MADISon clan: "Another of Patton's ancestors was Francis Gregory, a first cousin of George Washington. Gregory married Francis Thornton III, a first cousin twice removed from James Madison..." It's probably not a coincidence that Madisons and Varlys both use axes, for we've seen that Mathunas/MAGHANs/Manns (first found in County Clare) were Mathies/Mathis', while Varleys (of Manche) use a "Magna" motto term. There is an Italian Magna surname from the northern Italy near to where Veres are traced. The Magna bar evokes the Maud bars; the latter surname was from Mont Alto in Italy.

Why did an artist in Poland use Mickey Mouse alongside a Nazi swastika? See image. It could be coincidental, but I linked Mickey Mouse to Meschins from Polish royals, and to the Mitch/Muscat surname with Coat identical to that of the Sulla/Sully Coat. Is the swastika (black on white) secretly in the Sinclair cross??? Didn't I suggest that Hitler's Rosicrucians were from Israel's ancient enemies? Yes, I did suggest that Nazis may have been Ishmaelites and/or other Arab Hebrews, but what about Philistines? The swastika was traced anciently to Varangians, but also to the Gileki region of the south CASpian.

It's curious that I should come across the Mickey-Mouse story today, on the very day that I entered the Durante surname. See that the French Durante ship is in the Mickey/Mitchy Coat.

It's not a ship design I see very often, but MacDonalds use a ship too while the Mickey/Mitchie surname is said to be from MacDonalds...whom I trace to the Dumnonii of Devon. The DuRANT link to MacDonalds should explain why the Rand/Rant Coat is in MacDonald colors. The Rucks (in-part from Silesia) double-headed eagle is in colors reversed (in the Piast-eagle colors) from the Mickey red-on-white double-headed eagle.

Interestingly, I first caught sight of my theory that the seven heads of Revelation depicted ten-minus-three Roman emperors starting with Gaius-Caligula (37 AD) when reading from the anti-Christian, Will Durant, who wrote that these ten kings were the most evil emperors. When I discovered that three were quickly uprooted, I had my theory that Daniel's ten-minus-three Roman kings were just those ten that Durant spoke badly upon.

For an article on how an American ambassador in Iraq is informing the Turks that the U.S. military will help them in their war with Kurds by getting out of the way, see Deconflict. In other words, the message is, we Americans won't stop Turks in their war as it crosses into northern Iraq. But we won't help you more than that. Mattis may change that.

The story of Iraq presently is one word: vacuum. And a vacuum demands a rush of stuff to fill it. Abdul-Mahdi (Iraqi vice-president) has released a statement that asks the West to back off on putting fingers in Iraqi politics. That's because Mahdi is a front-runner to become the next Iraqi leader, and he sees Americans still involved in doing anything possible to not have him be the next leader, for he is an Iran tool.

Like I said, Mahdi's also a Muntafiki, and that's the alternative of the Mitch/Muscat surname. One can almost sense that Mattis and Mahdi are from the same bloodlines. If so, will they form some sort of merger?

There's a "nuclear option" of sorts coming to America, maybe:

"Buried in a Financial Times article about Obama's 'growing credibility crisis' and fears on behalf of Democrats that they could lose not only the White House but also the Senate to Republicans, Robert Shapiro makes it clear that Obama is relying on an October surprise in the form of a terror attack to rescue his presidency.

...Shapiro’s veiled warning should not be dismissed lightly. He was undersecretary of commerce for economic affairs dung Clinton’s tenure in the Oval Office and also acted as principal economic adviser to Clinton in his 1991-1992 campaign. Shapiro is now Director of the Globalization Initiative of NDN and also Chair of the Climate Task Force. He is a prominent globalist who has attended numerous Bilderberg Group meetings over the past decade. Shapiro is clearly communicating the necessity for a terror attack to be launched in order to give Obama the opportunity to unite the country around his agenda in the name of fighting terrorists..."

It's an infowars article so that we take it with a possible dash of hype, BUT one never knows. If we see the option taking place, it could just be a fake crisis by the O-people. I have been half-expecting a fabricated crisis (i.e. "intrigues" of Daniel 11) in Iraq so as to seize the vacuum. But that's only under a scenario where the anti-Christ is an Obama agent.

I've already read articles that apologize for brash statements made by Mattis. In fact, he's painted as one dog that Americans can rely on for security. Some portray him as a class-act, in a positive sense. BUT no matter that sinners the world over would see him in a positive light, I don't see this man becoming high in the EU. Perhaps NATO.

The "riddle" of how an anti-Israeli ruler of Iraq, with Sunni at his side, could become the ruler of end-time Rome eludes me. Let's assume that Mattis "saves" Iraq as it soon erupts. He fights against Shi'ites using Sunni, and meanwhile solves the escalating Gaza crisis. He then forces the Palestinian state that mainline globalists in Europe want to see. Could he then be elevated to E.U heights? An American military man in charge of the EU? I don't think so. But asked whether he could replace Rasmussen as NATO's leader: easily (unless there is something I'm missing).


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