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March 2

From Bill: "Your site is the only one I have trouble with. Every time you open a new topic the Google banner appears. If you delete the banner then it pops you back to the previous topic and you loose the new screen." Others have reported similar problems that do not occur with my computer. The problem could be widespread, perhaps even by someone's design. If anyone is experiencing similar problems, consider letting me know:

If Obama is the False Prophet, destined to perform fire-from-the-sky miracles, the curiosity below is intriguing:

" caught this bizarre governmental coincidence. The U.S. Missile Defense Agency, which is part of the U.S. Department of Defense, went from using the first logo below to using a logo looking strangely similar to the Obama 2008 campaign along with the original agency logo."

Just click the above and see for yourself. Thanks to YS for that.

Is the following to good to be true? Should we hold off on going with solar electricity?

"The blogosphere is rumbling with anticipation of the 'Bloom Box', a pint-sized 'power plant' that could change the way we power our homes and offices forever.

The buzz began Sunday when 60 minutes aired an exclusive profile of the alternative energy fuel cell developed by startup Bloom Energy...the power plant in a box is set to be released Wednesday with California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin Powell on hand.

...In the 60 Minutes interview, Sridhar says his goal is for the price to come down to about $3,000 for a U.S. household within a few years."

That's cheap compared to solar panels, especially if it provides enough power for a typical household. We could get by with the least-expensive model.

Julie sent an email directing me to the long article below that I haven't yet read in its entirety. The topic near the beginning is on the Moors, but as per my trace of Musselburgh-branch Meschins to the Moors/Mauritanians of Africa, note the author's name cited:

"According to Gerald Massey in his book ' A Book of Beginnings'...He has evidence that Stonehenge...was built by a Negro architect, named Morien...

...The word 'Moor' is derived from Latin 'Maures' meaning black [actually, brown]. Here are a few derivations on that name:

'Maurice, Morris [that's the Moray surname], Morrero, Moore, Maureen, Morien, Mary, Marie...Also; Blackwell, BLACKWOOD [caps mine!], Cole, Coker, Lenoir and Brown refer to Black people...

The writer traces the Moors of north-western Africa to Ethiopia, but doesn't mention the locality of Meroe/Merowe (or the Amero peoples of another Meroe further south) so that, in all his theories on Moor origins, I think he/she misses the heart of the matter. I think that Moors, even without European blood, were dark rather than black. That is, I think they were Amorites with more white than black...more-likely to mingle with some Amazons, Gorgons and Berbers, all of the white "race" (there were no races; that's a term used by insulting, racist evolutionists of the brainless kind, who think they have both truth and a higher intelligence).

Note the Blackwood and Lenoir terms, smacking of the Vere-Meschins in Blackwood, Lanarkshire, before they became earls of Moray. Checking "Lenoir," we find it listed under a Neret/Nered surname, suggesting that it's intended as Le Noir = Black. "Neret" is very conspicuous because it uses the same Shield design as the Meret/Mery Coat, not to mention the Murton Coat. Therefore, per chance, Lanarkshire was named after these Neret/Meret clans with Moor blood.

Perhaps not by coincidence, CC sent an email (Feb 9), that I opened only last night, on the Wright surname (think Obama's Chicago church). It's write-up traces "wright" to the Faber surname (first in Suffolk), as in "fabricator, of metal." Seeking its branches I tried "Favor" (same Coat colors) and got variations such as Favre, Febvre, and Lefabre that well appear to apply. It suggested a crack at "Faure," which brought up a Coat smacking of the Blackwood Coat.

Of course, Obama's Wright-surnamed pastor is black. But look at the Wright motto: "Meritez." I don't think it is a coincidence, thank you CC! It smacks of Meret, the Normandy location to which the Merry/Merrie surname derives, and lets not forget the Marots (same as "Maurice") on the Maros/Mures river. Recall the article above suggesting that "Mary" should be lumped in with Moor-like terms. There is even a "black madonna/Mary" in Freemasonic circles, which of course has nothing to do with Jesus' bloodline.

The idea coming to mind is that "ferrari," meaning "worker of iron," modifies to fabri(cater), so that the Faure>Faver>Faber>Wright bloodline may trace to proto-Veres of Ferrari-clan, Italy. In fact, the Italian Fabers/Favers were first in Modena in the realm of Ferrara Veres. THEN, see that the Wright Coat's blue and white checks (Faber colors) are the French Fer Coat.

I guess that the Wrights were fundamental to Milouziana/Melusine of Vere myth code because the English Wright Coat uses bars like the Lusignan Arms. The write-up mentions a "Thomas Wright of Blakenhall in Lanarkshire," a Black term if ever we saw one. There is a Blakenhall Coat in the colors of the Blackwoods. Before the mention of Thomas Wright, there is a Ralph Wright, reminding me of Ralph de Vere[Meschin], father of Thomas de Vere, the first-known Veres of Blackwood! From these Veres came the Weirs, using white stars on blue, the Morris of Moray symbol but also of the French Maurice surname with Morise and Morison variations. Both the Maurice and the Faure surnames were first found in Guyene.

In a Scottish Morrison Coat, we find what I think are the same white-skinned Moor heads of the Scottish Moor/More Crest. AND, another Scottish Morrison Coat smacks of the Elis Coat (with what could be Mari, the Basque goddess, in the crest). The "Dun eistein" motto of the Morrisons is perhaps code for Eystein of More, father of Ragnvald, father of Rollo the Dane.

It's not correct to trace Freemasons of Templar roots to north-African Moors without the inclusion of Norse-viking blood...which is looking more Danish than anything else. In fact, I recall a Brittanica (1970) article, on vikings I think, mentioning (without elaboration) "dark Danes" of ancient writings. I always wanted to know who they were; now I think I know.

Going back to Blakenhall in the Wright write-up: the English Blake surname is said to derive from "black," and perhaps the leopard in the Irish Blake Crest got to Transylvania (and surroundings) as a symbol of Africa when the Sicels (of Sicily) brought Moor blood (I'm assuming) to the Szekely on the Mures river. The Blake Coat uses the same design as the English Mele Coat, while the Italian Mele Coat smacks of the Moor/More Coat. We've seen several anchors recently, one white one used in the Hood Crest, which Coat I mention because it has the same design (mascle on saltire) as the Mele and Blake Coats. BUT also, recalling that the Rait/Raith motto uses "meliori," while the Crest is a white anchor, recall from the last update that the Hoods lived in Rattery. I would therefore link the Rat/Rait surname to Rattery, in Devon.

The Moors/Mores were first found in Ayrshire, as were the Blackwoods. The Moor/More Coat, we notice, uses gold stars on blue (i.e. rather than the Moray white stars on blue), as does the Blackwood Chief. And speaking of the Elis clan, note that the Niger Crest (surname first in Cheshire) is the GermanElis oak tree. The Faure Coat uses the same oak, as well as gold stars on blue in it's Chief. Compare the Romely Chief to the Blackwood Chief (Romelys were Meschins of purple-lion Skiptons; see seventh update of February for related porphyria discussion).

If anyone is interested in the trace of Moray elements to Morgan elements (I think the two terms were variations), see the write-up in the Welsh Maurice Coat. In an email from Julie, she suggests that the Welsh also have a line to north Africa. The naming of Morgannwg/Glamorgan might just be that line. She mentioned the Silures with "dark complexion and curly hair." They lived in southern Wales where was home to mythical Merlin/Myrddin (think the Murton surname), smack in and around Morgannwg, beside the Ordovices (= Geryon's two-headed dog, Ortho, I think).

Perhaps Silures trace to Elymians of western Sicily, for Celts generally trace to southern Italy. Let me explain. First, mythical Uranus depicted Iranians, probably the Delymite Iranians (or a Delymite alliance with Iranians) that his "grandson," Zeus, belonged to in forming the Solymi peoples. We then find that "Salemi is a town and comune in South-Western Sicily, Italy, administratively part of the province of Trapani." Uranus had for his symbol a sickle, "drepane" in Greek, wherefore I think the Delymites that he represented came upon the western tip of Sicily, naming it Trapani (as it is to this day). The Delymites (Elamites?) then became the Elymians and the namers of Salemi. I just read that Elymians honored the dog.

The Elymians are traced back to Trojans, and that's where the fledgling Zeus cult was centered when it stepped off of Crete as a Curete-Rhea alliance (Cronus likely depicted the Curetes, perhaps from Horite Iranians). Just as I was wondering whether the Elis' and the Ales/Alicea surname of eastern Sicily were related to Elymians, I read this: "Other [Elymian] cities were Elima, Halyciae (referred to as Alicia in modern Italian sources), Iatae, Hypana and Drepanon" (brackets not mine)!

Hmm, as per the general-Makarov discussion in the last update, which I linked tentatively to Massar and Mascar surnames, there is a Mazaro river flowing through Salemi. To trace the Putin administration to Trapani is not so difficult...ever since I realized, this very minute, that adding a 'T' to "Halyciae/Alicia" gets us the makings of "Telchine," the cousins of the Curetes on both Rhodes and Crete. You get it: Moscow traces to the Varangian Rus, and they to Rhodes. As Danaans were on Rhodes fresh out of Tanis in Egypt, note that Tunis(ia) is very close to western Sicily.

But that is not all. The Sicanian inhabitants of Sicily may have been from Sicyon of Greece (not far from Elis), for that city was earlier ruled by mythical Telchis, myth code of the Telchines. The whole lot of the Sicyon peoples are traced, by myth writers, to Melia (ancient honey cult), wife of the founder of Argos.

I wondered yesterday why God would lead the topic to the Saracen-Rus of Sicily in February. Soon afterward, I found myself upon what seemed like good evidence for a Putin-administration (I'm generalizing) trace to the same.

There is a Mazara surname of Sicily, which makes it possible for western variations. Amazingly, although the Coat has no symbols, making it hard to trace to other families, it smacks of the symbol-less Italian Faber Coat.

In the Sicyon article (above), we find a Peratus, a son of Poseidon with the Telchis line. That term comes up plenty in motto terms. It could be coincidental, and I wasn't going to mention it at all...until I entered "Dalice," seeking evidence that the Alicea surname of Sicily did have a 'D' version so as to link with Telchines. Amazing, because both "Dalice" and "Dellis" bring up the Dalles surname of Moray, with "paratus" motto term! The same Coat is used by the Biggar surname, which I trace to Biharia of Transylvania.

My sense has been that the Tolkien surname derived from Telchines. If correct, the Touque\Tooke surname under which "Tolkien" is listed could lead us to British Telchines. Is it a coincidence that the Doke/Dokke Coat uses rings of sorts (i.e. wreathes) while JRR Tolkien, author of Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion, made rings the symbols of world power?

The Doke Coat uses a Shield in blue and white somewhat comparable to the Faber and Mazara Coat. In fact, apart from the black Chief, the Doke Shield is the Mazara Shield! AND, the Saur Shield is very comparable to the Massara Shield! That's not grass that the Saur lion is on, but rather it's green part of the Shield for a reason.

Tolkien gave the rings of power to Sauron, a term smacking of the Saur surnames that link to Saracens. In fact, Sauron was given the enemy, "Saruman." A Saracen-family power-struggle?

Could "SILMarillion" be code for an aspect of the Salemi location? Remember, the Mazara river flows through Salemi. The term was created after the rocks/jewels, "silima."

The Saracens were, I think, a Thracian branch in Rhodes. In that way, Saracens and Rus were virtually one and the same. I wondered (some years ago) whether "Telchine" wasn't an r-to-l switch from "Thracian." Since the Danaans came from Lindos (on Rhodes), check out Tolkien's similar code (caps mine): "The Silmarillion comprises five parts. The first part, AinuLINDALE, tells of the creation of Eš, the 'world that is'."

In Greek myth, Muse-family peoples called "Sirens/Seirens" were located off the coast of Trapani somewhere (not identified by the myth writer(s)). See Sirenuse and nearby Sorrento for possible identification with the Sauron-branch Saracens. Sirens were females with bird bodies, and therefore likely the Greek Harpies. In real life, they were probably merciless pirates, perhaps entertaining guests only to kill and loot them. A statue of Melusine, in Warsaw, is shown at the Siren article above (though I don't think she falls into the Siren category).

I think Muses were Meschins of the Sicilian>Musselburgh fold. I think that a branch of Meschins also lived at Avalon (as the nine Muse-witches who ruled the island), which Tolkien reveals as "Eressea" (because he places "Avallone" on Eressea). It looks like an Ares code. I trace the Rhodian branch of Ares to Arpad, SYRIA, if that helps to identify the Sirens/Harpies. But if Sirens were Syrians/Syriacs, then "Siren" may not be code for "Saracen."

The Melusine article: "The Coat of Arms of Warsaw consists of a syrenka ('little mermaid') in a red field. Polish syrenka is cognate with siren, but she is more properly a fresh-water mermaid called 'Melusina.'" In an earlier drawing shown, she's given a lizard's tail.

How do we think winged "Sirins" got to Russia??? The article says that they were often depicted as owls with female heads. That causes me to suggest the kingdom of Seir, in Edom, for I am sure that "Seirians" were at the root of the Lotan>Ladon dragon cult.

March 3

With the American nation being a staunch Christian hold-out amongst a global village, something has to be done about it...because Christianity is a cancer of society, right?

..."Towards the end of 2009, a number of sources and articles began appearing claiming that official disclosure of advanced extraterrestrial life was imminent. Late 2009 and early 2010 witnessed an unprecedented number of events that continue to suggest official disclosure of some kind is imminent. While predictions of official disclosure by early 2010 have so far not proved accurate, a preparatory process nevertheless appears to be well underway. The world public is being prepared for such an announcement by a series of scientific meetings concluding that discovery of extraterrestrial life is inevitable. In what appears to be a carefully calibrated process, Great Britain is playing a leading role in simultaneously preparing the world for an inevitable announcement concerning the discovery of primitive extraterrestrial life, while dampening down expectations about the visitation of technologically advanced extraterrestrials in UFOs."

It sounds as though the promise made by some articles, that we are going to be shown such things as alien bodies, are being sidelined for the moment. Instead, the British lunatics who see all of the incredible features of life forms as an accumulation of advancing evolutionary processes, are going to stress alien microbes instead i.e. try to convince us that certain microbes here are from other planets. Anything to murder faith in a Creator.

Perhaps, with Obama's swift ruination of Democrat-party hopes, the alien agenda has been cancelled. When I heard the report last year, it made me think that gene-fixing scientists, some of them at Roslin (Lothian), had creating human monsters, and were thinking to pass them off as aliens for to kill faith in God. I wonder where these "monsters" are being kept, locked up, lest they escape and reveal the story. I wonder how many have been killed because they didn't produce what was aimed at. I wonder whether they are seeking to create centaurs, satyrs, snake-tailed humans, mermaids.

God-betraying groups become mutations of the human family, and are capable an anything. Much of modern science traces to both the Royal Society of London, a Rosicrucian organization, and what was called the Lunar Circle...with which the father of eugenics, Francis Galton (cousin of Charles Darwin, no coincidence), shmoozed. Surprise, surprise, "After Galton's death, however, eugenics took a more sinister path..." It's predictable because they not only do not believe in God, but they come to hate those that do, wherefore their spirits are darkened in what they consider "illumination."

With the belief that the entire world's fate rests in the hands of men, they seek to control it for a better outcome. But, really, how can mutated spirits have a better view, than God, of what the world should be like? How will such aberrations of the human race keep the spirit of the devil from leading the way to their "better" things? Right now, they are dreaming up ways to steal the peoples' money, and to destroy those who stand in their way, because it's the devil who leads them. They may not even realize that they are destroying all that is good.

Perhaps the apostates have swiftly learned that all their plots are not shoe-ins as they had at first thought. Biblical end-time persecution of Christians suggests frustration and failure in the plans of the devil's sons, with blame going to Christians. We are seeing some of that frustration now, and judging by Obama's tones and body language recently, he's decided to play dictator: his agenda, or bust.

Bankers? You don't say:

"The Galtons were famous and highly successful Quaker gun-manufacturers and bankers, while the Darwins were distinguished in medicine Medicine.

Both families boasted Fellows of the Royal Society and members who loved to invent in their spare time. Both Erasmus Darwin and Samuel Galton were founder members of the famous Lunar Society whose members included Boulton, Watt, Wedgwood, Priestley, Edgeworth, and other distinguished scientists and industrialists."

The English Boult Coat; a griffin almost like the one in the Ali Coat. The French Boult surname (Moor head for a Crest) is listed under the same family as when entering "Bouillon." The Watt Coat, an oak tree with a single eyeball on top. The Dar Coat: three acorns. As per the Dary variation, I checked and found an Irish Dary Coat using the same old oak trees, and a demi Moor in the Crest.

The Edgeworths, first found in Lancashire where the Boults/Boultons and Darwins were first found, use a pelican-on-nest for a Crest. The Darwin Crest is a camel's head, I think identical in shape to the camel's head of the Irish Pattersons (Scottish Pattersons use pelicans-on-nest). Therefore, the scallops in the Darwin Coat should link to the Patterson scallops. Assuming that "Galton/Gaulton" were a branch of the Gaul surname, note that both the Galls/Gauls and the Darbons use roosters. The Gaul Coat could link to the Meret Coat...yet we do not live merrily ever after ever since evolutionists took control.

How did evolution work? How did a giraffe's neck become longer by repeated acts of stretching to reach leaves on a tree? The plotters had to dream up ideas, then go searching for evidence to prove them, and sometimes they "found" the evidence...that wasn't true: "Darwin had proposed as part of this hypothesis that certain particles, which he called "gemmules moved throughout the body and were also responsible for the inheritance of acquired characteristics."

These dreamers were inventors, but as such they were inventors of false ideas. They were engineers of false knowledge, and, as carriers of spiritual diseases, they succeeded in getting their false knowledge into the schools, into the minds of our children. Into our minds too. And the product is the modern world, festering with countless calamities. Many techno-inventions have been devised for the sake of the body, yes, and progressives rejoice over these things, but the soul of humanity is bursting at the seams under the pressures of internal gases caused by the bacterial growth of their sinful yeast. What good is it to gain the whole world of technological gadgets while losing the soul?

I'll bet you a couple of lunes that there are some scientists tasked with a manipulation of genes for to create alien-like features in humans, such as large foreheads and large eyes, to destroy faith in God. In fact, these sorts of monsters may already exist, explaining why we have been inundated with drawings of aliens having those very features. The modified people could then be killed, "humanely" of course, for to be passed off as dead aliens. But, because of the risks involved, of getting caught, it's not going to happen; they are not going to show such bodies publicly unless it can be arranged for no one on the outside to study the corpses.

Let's entertain. We imagine a small bug millions of years ago. It has already evolved from scorpion stock (say the lunatics) so that it, too, has eight legs. But at this point in the bug's evolution, it hasn't yet developed the ability to spin a web. It's a spider that can only hunt its food by chasing it. In order to develop a web, it's genes need to create 1) an outlet on the back side of the body; 2) organs to create the web material; 3) a method of pushing the web material out the hole; 4) a method of forming strands out of the material; 5) a method to make the strands sticky (not knowing that the sticky strands are useful for trapping food; in fact, genes don't know anything); 6) a method to keep the sticky material from forming a solid lump inside the spider; 7) feet that don't get trapped on the web material; 8) the instinctual ability to form a web attached to objects; 8) the knowledge that this is a good way to catch food so that it lives patiently on/in the web... You get it, the spider was Created by Someone who knew the how-to and the purpose of its web. The spider, and many other creatures, were created to make useless the plans of any fool daring a claim to self-creation as the mechanism for Creation. The good news: God forgives fools...such as I.

As evolution was the product of Erasmus Darwin, note the Danish Erasmus Coat, and ask whether the white unicorn isn't a symbol of the Thracian Horseman i.e. Ares. The German Erasmus Coat has the fleur-de-lys band going in the opposite direction, the same direction as the Masci\Mascar Coat (not forgetting that a white unicorn is the symbol of Macclesfield too). Seeing the Assman variation, I recalled the Ashman surname, and checking it, I found yet another fleur-de-lys band (in the colors of the Massey fleurs), with black talbot heads to the side, a Meschin-bloodline symbol. Furthermore, entering "RasMussen" brings up the Erasmus Coat. The Darwin Coat uses scallops, a Meschin symbol, on a diagonal bar (in Pullen style). These families appear to be a Rus-Meshech alliance. End-time Gog awaits their alliance, and a phony alliance it will be, to rape them to the bone in an act of brutal what we can call the evolution of Biblical prophecy.

As per the Dehr variation of the Dars, there is a German Dehr Coat with garbs in the colors of the Arms of Cheshire. The Dehr Coat reminds me of the Mazara Coat (Sicily) so that per chance "Dar" was a product of MaZAR. Hmm, not a bad idea because there is a Spanish Madara/Madeira Coat using the same Shield colors. AND, ZIKERS, as per the Dehren variation of the Dehrs, I ventured to the Darrin Coat, virtually identical with the Darwin Coat!

Couldn't "Dar" could modify from "Sar"? In this picture, the Saracens that became the Carrick-et-all surname could have put out other branches such as Derricks. There is an Irish Derrick Coat in Rus(sell) colors; the surname shows a Dericen variation. Hmm, we were on the Darque/Dark surname only yesterday.

The Sears were from the locality of Serez, Normandy. The Sears/Seers Coat uses red colors, even a red scallop. It's Crest eagle (stretched neck) looks like a one-headed version of the Maxwell eagle (the Darks use a black-on-white saltire like the Maxwells). Dears/Deers use what could be the Derrick chevron and Dark/Maxwell colors. As the camel of the Darwins and the Pattersons should link to Camulodunum, now Colchester, and knowing by now that Pattersons link to the Saracen-Rus, note the Sears write-up: "First found in Essex where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor of Colchester..." The Coles/Coals Coat? A white-on-red chevron like the Sears Coat!

Why would any Christian who understands Jesus want to be a Catholic:

"An Iraqi archbishop [yesterday] urged the country's Christians not to give in to pressure by migrating, after a series of fatal attacks in the northern city of Mosul targeted them. Louis Sako, of Kirkuk's Chaldean church..."

...Sako said that the easiest thing Christians could do was leave Iraq and find themselves a place abroad, 'in a way that ensures our lives, future and security.

'But we cannot live isolated from the rest of Iraqis, because we are from Iraq and we want to build our country along with the Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen and Muslims,' he added."

I wrote to AINA warning them to get Catholics out of Mosul, but the organization is not expected to heed a fool such as I? I mean, if I were not a fool, I would be a Catholic like them? But what sort of "Christian" do these "Chaldeans" think they are? AINA never uses "Catholics" when reporting on the persecution experienced in the Mosul region; they always use "Christians," as if reaching out to Evangelicals/Protestants for help.

What sort of Christian in his right mind says that he wants to live with Muslims? What union can there be between God's sons and satan's sons? Do Christians WANT to live among a vast majority of people who exchange Jesus for a sword-wielding Muhammad?

With yesterday's trace of the Sirens to Russia as well, and because the color of Russians is red -- as we expect the color of peoples who trace to Seir of Edom -- one could start to seek Russian roots in Seir-based Edomites. Or even to the marriage between Lotan's Seir line to a daughter of the Esau line. Imagine that, the anti-Christ from Esau blood so that the end-time drama is Esau versus Jacob. One could conclude: no wonder God hated Esau. It's interesting, as I'm expecting the anti-Christ to be an "Assyrian" ruling over Mosul, that the Chaldean Catholics call themselves Assyrians and Syriacs. I get the sense that they trace to the old dragon cult of pre-Christian times.

Did I show that the Hesse Coat uses the Ali griffin? I'm a long way from proving that Hesse was named after Esau elements, but there are some reasons (shown in the past few weeks) to consider the idea.

Back in pre-Babylonian days, in Sumeria, a dragon/snake was a "mushus." It could be that terms such as "Dumuzi" (also "Tammuz") and "Mosul" were named after the mushus cult. Per chance, Dumuzi was an Edom-Meshech combination, the mushus being a term devised in honor of the Meshech, whom the Assyrians called "Mushki."

March 4

With the Afghan war perking up a few notches last month, we find top-level globalists in the land of Gog:

"Spanish Foreign Minister, Miguel Angel Moratinos, whose country holds EU's rotating presidency, arrived in Tbilisi on March 3..."

"Georgia's contribution to the Afghan operation is 'extremely important', which has 'gotten far too little attention,' U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke, said on March 2."

This news caused me to take another look at the Holbrooke surname. Colchester/Camulodunum is just a viking spit away. Understand that we are stepping all over the "sacred" toes of proto-Freemason Templarism in these discussions. We are about to see that Obama's main man in Afghanistan is yet another Rus-pirate descendent, but not of just any Rus pirates, but of those who had world domination on the brain.

The Holbrooke Coat smacks of the scallop-using Tancred Coat. The reason for this will become apparent momentarily as the Brooke surname leads to Rus viking, Guiscard, son of a Tancred surname. When we enter "Hol," we find the Hall Coat, with talbot dogs. The write-up says that Halls are "directly descended from Earl Fitzwilliam...The younger son of this noble house, Arthur FitzWilliam, came to be known as "Hall" so as to distinguish him from his senior brother. Hence, Arthur Hall was the first known bearer of the name, appearing on record about the year 1090."

The William Coat then shows a talbot (expected) in the Crest, and the windmill-like symbol of the Scottish Cambell/Cammell surname. The English Cammell Coat shows camels, perhaps from which the Patterson and Darwin camel heads were taken. By the way, my Patterson email correspondent has a mother with an immediate Hall bloodline.

The Brooke Coat (blue beaver in Crest) uses scallops in the colors of the William and Campbell/Cammell Coats. A Brooke variation is Breck (though the clan is said to derive from Broc, near Anjou). The German Breck surname must be related, not only because it uses scallops in the same colors again, but because it features a gold lion on black, the symbol of the Welsh William Coat above. Not likely by coincidence, the William surname was "First found in BREConshire [!] and Monmouthshire on the English/Welsh border," evoking the Clares of that region, for most-likely the Williams were named after the Conqueror's bloodline...who placed some of his own family members on the Welsh border to defend against Welsh insurrections.

Having nailed down a HolBrooke connection to Breconshire, and that Hols/Halls started with an Arthur Hall, we are not surprised to find that the English Breck Coat smacks of the Arthur Coat, but what shocked me was the look I took at the Brecon Coat. It's the Guiscard design!! It's only the second time I've seen it. It therefore links Guiscards to the Brecks...which gets us so very close to a Guiscard link to Briquessarts, the ancestry of the Meschins aside from their Goz ancestry.

This, the Holbrooke Coat is likely a variation of the Tancred Coat.

The Brecon surname has Brich-using variations, and is thought to derive from Brechin in Angus. This could explain why the Scottish Mathie/Mann Coat also uses the windmill-like design, for there is another Scottish Mann Coat with Mangus variation. The latter Mann Coat uses the Russell-Crest goat.

I learned last night that my Patterson correspondent's husband, also having a Patterson bloodline, has a mother with the Stanfield surname. AMAZING, for as we have seen that Pattersons link to Russells, so the Stanfield Coat also uses the Russell Russell-scallop colors.

Conspicuously, the Stands were first found in Yorkshire, as were the Stanfields, and they use Stanfield colors. In the seventh update of this month, I traced the Stand surname to the Arthur motto term, obstantia. I also suggested the same-colored Stanton surname.

AMAZINGLY, I learned about the Stanfield surname last night, at which time I opened an email from Tim who asked me to look and see if there was anything interesting in his list of Coats. I saw only one that caught my attention: the AshBROC Coat. It is exactly the Stanton Shield! Possibly, there was an evolution of terms like so: Ashton > Stone > Stan > Stantown.

Let's go back to the identical designs of the Guiscard and Brecon Coats. Since the latter surname is traced (by the write-up) to Brechin of Angus, I should repeat the theory that "Angus" is to be understood as An-Guis.

I would suggest that the Brecon surname traces to the Williams/Halls of Breconshire, however, the underpinnings of the Holbrookes. In Wikipedia's Breconshire article: "The Lord of Brycheiniog was subject to the Mortimer family who ruled most of south and east Wales in an area called the Welsh Marches." I don't think it's coincidental that the Mortimer Coat is the Strongbow-Clare-related Burgh/Burk Coat. The point is, how is it that the Spanish foreign minister, with a Moratinos surname, followed up Holbrooke's visit to Georgia??? Is it because Moratinos link to Mortimers?

The Tancred write-up: "Tancred, whose barony was in Normandy in 912 A.D. was also the sire of the celebrated Tankervilles." Well last night in another email from Tim, I found earls of Tankervilles. In case you're interested in further insights, Tankerville's appear to have been linked to the Grey surname:

"Henry Grey, 2nd Earl of Tankerville (c1419 -- 13 January 1450) was an English peer. He was the son of John Grey, 1st Earl of Tankerville and his wife Joan Cherleton, coheiress of Powis.",_2nd_Earl_of_Tankerville

At the Tankerville page, we read that William Tankerville "was Treasurer to King Henry 1st, and Justice of England. He married Matilda, the daughter of William, the Viscount d'Arques." No wonder that Tankervilles were so celebrated. But how did they get so up-there? From their root in the Tancreds, obviously.

Good news. I don't need to go back through the updates to correct where I had called the Arthur-Coat organ rests, clarions. I don't understand why some call them rests, while others call them clarions, the latter supposedly being trumpets. In the webpage below, the symbols in two Arms are said to be clarions, including the Arms of Mid Glamorgan. The write-up: "The two clarions perpetuate the de Clare's badge, a playful pun upon their name."

Further down the page we see them again in the Arms of Talbot (a location, in West Glamorgan), where the write-up traces them to the Consul surname:

"The three gold clarions are the arms generally attributed to Robert Consul and William Earl of Gloucester (his son). Robert (the natural son of Henry I, who died in 1147), in granting the foundation Charter of Margam Abbey, gave all the lands between the Kenfig and Avan rivers to the Monks of Clairvaux..."

Henry I, a Crusader during the founding of the first Templars, was a Sinclair, wherefore that's the bloodline that the clarions of his son must have depicted. Henry's brother had a Curthose (= short-stocking) surname, wherefore see the scallops in colors reversed from the Russell and Meschin scallops. But the Curthoses also use crescents in the same colors, indicating, in my opinion, the Elis-branch Saracens of Guiscard associations.

Henry married Adeliza of Luvain. Two points. The Alice surnames among the Meschins were also "Adeliza," and the Louvain Coat uses a blue lion on gold, the symbol of the Massins/Masons. Both the Louvains and Masons were first found in Kent, to no surprise, but harken to the clues here to realize that Freemasonry proper, though not formed for centuries afterward, link back to this marriage of the Sinclair king to the Louvain line. At the Louvain article, one can see what looks like a blue lion on gold in the Arms of the House of Louvain.

King Henry's mother was Matilda of Flanders, daughter of the line of Baldwins, counts of Flanders. The Baldwin surname sat on the first Templar-Jerusalem throne shortly after Henry's life. As Waldwins and Baldwins share a green wyvern in their Crests, the two surnames likely match. The Waldwins, which includes a Wolfin variation, are said to issue from an Arthurian bloodline. As Matilda's mother (Adela Capet) was the countess of Corbie, I checked the French Corbie Coat to find the very ravens found in the French Consul Coat (the English Consuls use clarions).

CC shared an article on Aballava, now Burgh-by-Sands, that could have been a possible Avalon location:

"The name of the fort appears first in the Notitia Dignitatum of the early-fifth century, wherein is listed the station Aballaba, between the entries for Petrianis (STANwix, Cumbria) [caps mine] and Congavata (Drumburgh, Cumbria).

The Burgh-by-Sands fort also appears in the seventh-century Ravenna Cosmology as Avalana (R&C#153), between the entries for Uxelludamo (Stanwix, Cumbria) and Maia."

The location was at Carlyle (see map of Carlyle region), very interesting because I think the Pendragon cult lived in the valley leading to Carlyle, and no doubt also in Carlyle. The Maia location is VERY conspicuous because the Italian Maio Coat is the nine-acorn tree (used also by the Italian Apollo surname) that could link to the nine mythical witches of Avalon. Maia was the daughter of Atlas and is therefore expected in a previous mythical apple garden: the Hesperides of Ladon (location unknown).

Tim shared an article on some mysteries of Rennes le Chateau:

"When flipped and reversed the top letters on the Shugborough monument spell MAVSONO...In the early 1970's an actual tomb was located from Poussin's painting of the Shepherds monument on the outskirts of Arques approximately six miles from Rennes-le-Chateau...

Hmm, an Arque location near Rennes le Chateau, smacking of Arque in Kent.

There is a Mousson Coat with a red chevron on white, possibly linking to the same in the Tancred Coat (and therefore to the Holbrooke chevron). After all, William Tankerville "married Matilda, the daughter of William, the Viscount d'Arques." Behold. The Mousson/Muson surname (first found in Yorkshire, as with the Tancreds) is said to trace to "Baron Folkingham, possibly a nephew of Queen Matilda [= Conqueror's wife]..." In other words, baron Folkingham was a Mousson.

I recalled seeing the Folk term in the previous update, and going back to find where it belonged, it was found as part of the Dargen/Darque Coat write-up:"William d'Arques was Lord of Folkestone in [Kent]..."!! What makes this more enlightening is that the Massins/Masons were first in Kent, wherefore they look like a branch of the Moussons. The other possibility, seeing that there was an Arque near Rennes le Chateau, is that the Moussons developed a Mauson branch at Rennes le Chateau.

More revealing yet is that the D'Arque surname was found (in the last update) as a result of seeking the roots of the Margesson/Mackesy surname, for as the write-up traces to a D'Argenson location," I entered "Dargen" to find the D'Arque surname (from Arque, Kent).

In the previous update, the mystery of why the Mackesy surname was listed under the Margessen surname was enlarged when entering "Margie" to find the Mackie/Mackey Coat. The Mackie/Mackey Chief is the same lion used by the Margesson/Mackesy Coat, BUT now we can add yet another surname because it too uses the same lion: see the English Margen/Marshon Coat. PLUS, as per the Marsh term, see that the lion in that Crest is the same as in the Mash/Marsh Crest. If that's not enough, the latter surname was first found in Kent.

Possibly, the D'Arques were Macks/Masseys/etc. who added an 'r' to their surnames as per their home in an Arque location. Also intriguing is that there is a Nimmo variation of a NewMarsh surname, while the very article in which "Mousono" is found speaks on mythical characters called, "Nummo": "Through my research of the ancient African Dogon religion, I have found links between the fish and serpent like alien Nummo..." The Nummo were of course not from other planets, but merely typical pagan gods.

I haven't read the entire piece, but thought I should mention this:

"According to Masonic historical records James II, King of Scotland, had appointed William Sinclair, Baron of Roslyn, head and governor of the Masons ...The king wanted this dignity to be hereditary in his family and to belong to those that succeeded the barons of Roslyn. The title remained, indeed, in the family of Sinclair until in the year 1736, the time when the Grand Lodge of Saint John of Edinburgh was established."

During that period in which the Sinclairs held Roslin (Lothian), the Kerr surname held Lothian as per Mark Kerr/Ker, (died 1609), first earl of Lothian, and vicar of Linton. Hmm, I do trace the Rus to Lindos of Rhodes. The Scottish Kerr/Carr Coat sports red and white, Rus colors, while the Irish Kerr/Carr Coat shows a "Clavo" motto term (I trace Clares to the Claver surname).

Interestingly, the Kerr surname is said to derive from "the Gaelic word ciar, which means black or dark brown." Were these part of the so-called "dark Danes," the Saracen element among the viking Clares? Did you happen to notice the Kerr motto: "Sero sed serio," smacking of the Russell motto, "Che sara sara," or the "Qui sera sera" motto of the Folkes/Fulk Coat!! Those exclamation marks are for the Mousson links to Folkingham.

I think I can now trace the Massins/Masons/etc. to Frisians. Some years ago I discovered that the first Varangian Rus (as per Rurik of Wieringen, Netherlands) were largely merged with Frisians, and that Frisians were related to Nibelung-branch Merovingians very closely. I recall tracing Frisians to the Bernicians, and though I can't recall how so, I saw Nibelungs to the west of the Bernicians, perhaps in the Carlyle region, perhaps further north across the Scottish border. In any case, I learned last night (in the Aballava article) that Frisians had controlled Aballava BEFORE the Arthurian period. Thanks to CC for this key information, as it tends to link the Arthurian Rus to proto-Varangians.

The point is, I think Nobels were Nibelungs, and the Nobel Coat appears to use a sideway-facing version of the frontway-facing lion used by the Margessons/Mackesys, the Margens/Marshons, and the Margies/Mackies, these being D'Arque-related clans. The Nobels were first found in Cumberland...which is to the west of the Bernicians (!), where Carlyle (= ancient Aballava) is the capital.

Second, see the red crescents (in Kerr colors) in the German/Swiss Friesen/Fries Coat. Keep in mind that a red crescent is the symbol of the Nimmo-branch Massins/Mousons/etc. of the D'Arque kind, for as Frisians had Frey as they god, so the German Frey Coat is conspicuously like the Massin/Mason Coat. AND, the latter surname uses "spiro spero" in its motto, smacking of the Speers using red-on-white crescents (same as the Friesen/Fries Coat). In fact, the Speers also use a red-on-white star, the symbol of the Kerr Coat.

Why is the Frey Coat like the Massin/Mason Coat? Because they both use a blue lion on does the Nobel Coat!!! Those exclamation marks are very loud because it has been thus revealed the premier world-class Nobel-sucking rulers of modern times, the ones who proclaim to be for world peace (so long as they rule, that is), are the globalist pirates of old whose thirst for power sought even the Jerusalem throne belonging rightfully to Christ Jesus. They are the Vexin-related Vikings (Nibelungs ruled at the Vexin, Normandy).

March 5

Opened the first email last night from David:

"...I am a Macey and I think my family along with many other Maceys from Chilmark in Wiltshire (and Macy's in the US) are from the line of Hamos de Masci, son of Guilluame de la Ferte Mace...

If this is indeed true, as Guilluame was married to William the Conquerors step sister, and it is well documented that his lineage goes back to Charlemagne..."

I asked him how the line goes back to Charlemagne, but was happy enough just to know the father of Hamon de Massey. As a result, I found a super webpage on the activities and descendants of this Cheshire family. I don't think it's a coincidence that David's email was opened last night, on the very day that I had emphasized links to the Massins/Masons of red on white crescents. Let me show how these crescents touched Hamon de Massey.

In a piece by Herman W. Snell ("Descendants of William De Belleme"), he quotes from History of Cheshire, by Sir Peter Leycester:

"...This [land half way along the Mersey river] probably marks the area with the greatest holdings of the Barons de Mascy in Cheshire. With these lands Hamon de Mascy had lesser Lords who held portions thereof for him or under his 'right'. Examples would be Adae de Carrington and Alano de Tatton. Both constituted Estates granted to Hamon."

The Tattons, first found in Cheshire, use both red-on-white, and white-on-red crescents, as do the Speers (see yesterday's update for suspected Speer ties to the Massins/Masons of Kent). The Carringtons, also first found in Cheshire, smack of the Carrs/Kerrs (rulers over Lothian) for the first time only yesterday, when I was on the topic of red-crescent ties to Massins/Masons. A Carrington variation is Kerington. These may have been branches of the Carricks and Kerricks. Remember, I trace "Carrick" to "Sarac(en)," while the Kerrs use a motto, "Sero sed serio."

It is most-logical that Templars invaded the Saracens of Jerusalem with the confidence of the Saracens whom the Rollo-line Rus, via Guiscard, befriended. But now we have evidence that Saracens, as per the Carringtons, were already in Cheshire during Guiscard's life. It is therefore important to find Carrington ancestry.

The Carrington Coat's diamonds are comparable to the Aston Coat (Astons were also first found in Cheshire). Keep in mind that the Kyle Society webpage tends to link a black diamond to king Cole, for we are about to see another camel head. Also, as we saw recently, the term "Cole" is lumped in with other terms meaning "dark/black," as it is said about the Kerr surname. As the Kerr Coat uses red stars on white, while they were first found in Lancashire, the Lancaster red rose may even derive from Carrington-based Saracens.

The Carrington write-up: "First found in Cheshire where they held a family seat from very ancient times. It is thought that the first of the name in Britain was Norman Hamo de Carenton of Normandy, who came to Britain as a young attendant to his Uncle at Hastings in 1066 A.D., and was rewarded for his services by grants of land in county of Chester. The place named Carrington, Cheshire..." Possibly, Hamo de Carenton was already related to Hamo(n) de Massey i.e. he was a Massey too, and only after coming to merge with Saracens of Cheshire did he take on the Carenton surname. Or, the Masseys were Saracens to begin with.

Recalling that the red heart on white of Lanarkshire may trace to Sauviges/Saracens out of France, in/near Champagne, see the same heart in the Spanish Amor Coat, which is brought up when one enters "Amo." I have no argument with the idea that Biblical Amorites of pre-Jerusalem evolved into Saracens. In fact, I traced those Amorites to Zeus-Ares Thrace and Mysia (I then figured that Sionist Templars were Amorites from pre-Jerusalem). The Templar-related Moors, remember, were likely Amorites, but in any case I'm lumping Amorites and Saracens of north-Africa together until I find their specific differences.

We are about to find some evidence for Massey ancestry in Avellino of Campania (Italy), wherefore keep in mind that the two terms likely named Avallon in Champagne, and ask whether the red HEART of the Champagne region depicted the ARThurian cult at mythical Avalon.

There is a Carrin surname in Ireland, using the Massey colors and a camel head in the Crest, the same camel head used by the Irish Pattersons and the Lancashire Darwins. The latter could be from a 'D' version of "Sarac(en)," perhaps named after the "D'Arque sector of the Massin family.

By the way, the article above on Hamon de Massey shows his personal Arms; it's the Massey (and Vere) Shield, but instead of a white star in the top-left quadrant, as the Veres use, there's a white lion.

Irish Carrins were first found in Monaghan (beside Meath), a term ("Manachain" in Gaelic) smacking of the Maghan/Mann surname (derived from "Mathuna"), a branch of Scottish Manns/Mathies/Mathesons, in my opinion. The latter branch uses "spera" as a motto term, as well as the windmill-like symbol of the Cambells/Cammells, wherefore there should be a Camulodunum/Colchester link between the Manns/Mathies and the camel-using Carrins. As the Arms of Manchester use the Maxton bee exactly, I would suggest that Manchester was named after the Mathie>Mann sector of Massey stock.

The Mattie surname somehow became "Matthew" at times, wherefore I should mention that the son of William de La Ferte Mace was Baron Mathieu de La Ferte Mace. The Cambell/Campbell surname could be related because the article tells of Mace ancestry in Bell stock:

"Hamo de Mascy is thought to have been the illegitimate, or 'natural' son of William de La Ferte, viscount of the powerful Belleme (Bellamy) family of Normandy. The seat of his holdings was the town of La Ferte Mace (fur-tee ma-cee) located in the present day Orne district."

The Bellamys??? More red crescents.

Not only is the Bellamy Coat an apparent blue-Shield version of the Meschin Coat, but both surnames were first found in Shropshire. In support of yesterday's trace of Massins/Masons to Frisians (and proto-Varangians thereof) of the Netherlands, the Cambell/Mathie windmill-like symbol may actually be a symbol of Holland's windmills.

Bellamys can be linked to the Bells, for the English Bells use a Shield (aside from symbols) virtually identical to the Bellamys, AND the French Bell Coat uses crescents on the same-colored Shield (it could be colors reversed from the German Mathie/Matheson Shield). The greyhound in the Bell Chief should link to the greyhound in the Tatton Crest.

The questions are: were CAMPbells named after Avellino, anciently "Abellinum," in CAMPania, and were the Bells>Bellamys>Maces>Masseys related? Aballava in Carlyle may apply. There is an Abell/Aball surname (with purple band) first found in Kent. It uses three boar heads, wherefore let me share another quote from the Leycester piece:

"[Hamon's] title was Baron de Dunham, and his descendants would continue to live at Dunham Massey Hall [Manchester] until 1458 when it came into the possession of the Booth family by marriage to a Massey heiress. In 1085 the Masseys held nine lordships in Cheshire."

Not only do the nine lordships bring to mind the nine witches of Avalon, and the nine mythical Muses (= Mysians, I think) to which I trace the Masseys, and the nine Curetes, but I know for a fact that Bothwells were named in honor of Bute, wherefore the same may apply with the Booths. I'm not going to dispute that Aballava (not an island) was at least connected with Avalonian elements, but some cultist writers, as for example Tolkien, placed Avalon on a fictional island, "Eressea," wherefore I think that some cultists pegged Avalon as Rothesay, later Bute.

The Booth/Both Coat, like the Abell Coat, uses boar heads. The Bothwell Coat (pine in Crest) is in Bellamy colors; Bothwells were first found in Lanarkshire. As I link Saracens fundamentally to the Arphaxadites of the Thracian dragon symbol, I would suggest that the Hirpini peoples of Abellinum, aside from being the wolf symbol at the root of Remus and Romulus, were the Saracen element removed to Avalon.

The Irish Kerr Coat (in the colors of Bute), with motto term clearly linking to the Claver-branch Clares, use the same jellyfish-like star as the Bute Coat, which itself has a Shield identical to the Bothwells.

As we continue in the Leycester piece, we find the Masseys raised up by Rufus, the son of William the Conqueror. Before sharing the next clip, I would like to show what Coat pops up when entering "Rufus." It's the German Rothes Coat! The one with a black raven, wherefore William Rufus was of the black-raven depicted vikings of Shetland>Cheshire who also named Rothesay before it was Bute!! (The English Rothes were first in Salop=Shropshire.) As per my identification of those vikings with the Stout/Stowe surname, the Wikipedia article on king William Rufus shows his portrait with the following line under it: William II, from the Stowe Manuscript"

I think the Stouts/Stowes were (proto?)Stewarts, which explains why the Stewarts of Scotland seized Bute as soon as Stewart blood ascended the Scottish throne. Stewarts built monuments to themselves on Bute. Interestingly, the red-crescented Tattons should trace back to Alano de Tatton, a lord under Hamon de Massey. That is, it's suspect that Tattons were proto-Stewarts from the Alans of Dol. Hey, hey, both Tate Coats show ravens. Here's the piece:

"In 1092 King William Rufus was a guest at the Court of Hugh Lupus [D'Avranches] in Chester. at least two of his Barons attended the King, Hamon de Mascy and William Venables. They along with their entourage of adherents and servants of Hamon's, accompanied the King on a hunting expedition in the Wirrall Peninsula [there is a Wirral surname, first found in Cheshire, using the Savage of Cheshire lions]. This probably took place on lands which had been set aside as a hunting preserve of the King and treated as his possession, which had not been the subject of a grant, not even to Earl Hugh Lupus. No doubt it was a consequence of some occurrence on this hunting expedition that a new estate was given to Hamon I, in fee of Hugh Lupus...

Pontington, the area which is called today the village of Puddington, was granted by the King him self, so that there after the de Mascy Cheshire Barons held it in fee of the King rather than in fee of the Earl. For that reason Pontington was in later years especially prized. One can only speculate why King William Rufus made this generous grant. However, as soon as the hunting party returned to Hugh Lupus' Castle at Chester, Hamon sought out a scrivener, possibly a Monk whose duties were appropriate to the purpose of recording as follows:

'I, William, King of England do give onto Mascy all my right, interest and title to the hop and hopland (valley land) from me and mine with bow and arrow, when I shoot upon yerrow(the place), and in witness to the sooth(action or statement) I seal with my wang tooth.'"

Unless we knew this, we wouldn't know why an entering of "Puddington" brings up the Massey Coat!

The Venables, first in Cheshire, use the red Drake wyvern, used also by the Presleys/Priestleys, the latter having been traced (by me) to the Abreus/EburoCelts of Evreux, wherefore note the Venables write-up: "...descended from Gilbert de Venables, from Venables, in the canton of Gaillon, near Evreu in Normandy. Walter Veneur (ancestor of Gilbert), fought at the Battle of Fords in 960 between the King of France and Richard I Duke of Normandy."

Therefore, the Veneur family was early allied to the Rollo Rus. Hmm, the Abreu surname was first found in Venetia, at Padua, which smacks of "Puddington." In fact, the latter smacks of "Bute." In fact, I recall linking the Batavians (proto-Merovingians in the Netherlands) to Bute, but also to "Padova," the alternative of "Padua." I traced the Padova>Batavia line back to the Amorites of Merowe of ancient Ethiopia, a place also called, "Bedewe." In the fourth and fifth updates of January, I discussed this topic and resolved that the Bedow surname (first found in Shropshire) applied. See that the Bedow Coat uses black boar heads (as with Bothwells) on a Massey Shield!!! See also the Bush Coat.

The Mersey river upon which the Masseys held most of their holdings smacks of the Marsi of Abruzzo (probably the Ares>Mars and Aphrodite relationship), not forgetting that Ranulf le Meschin married Mercian blood. Entering "Mersey" brings up more Massey-like surnames, none of them shown with an 'r': Meysey, Meysy, Mysey, Maisie, Maysey, Maisey. It makes one think that Masseys are rooted in "Maia."

Entering "Mais" brings up a German Maya/Mai/May surname, though there was a Maya goddess that named the Maiello mountains of Abruzzo. Remember, the Italian Maio Coat is the nine-acorned oak that should trace to Avalon Muses. It's known that the month of May is named after Maia, daughter of Atlas, wherefore we are trudging here on the Atlantean kingdom...pushed to this day, by Rosicrucians, unto the New World Order. But do not worry, for their Golden Dawn will be the melting rocks of Armageddon.

The closeness of the Cheshire Masseys to the Conqueror's son is amplified where "William [de Ferte Mace] married Miss de Conteville, (stepmother of Hamon)...Other names for [her] were Miss (Muriel?) de CONTEVILLE BURGH [caps mine] and Muriel de Montaigne." Aha! There we see, for the second time only, that Contevilles were also Burghs!! Herluin (also "Harleven") de Conteville had married the Conqueror's mother (could "HarLEVEN" be from the location of "Louvain/Leuven," thus explaining why Massins/Masons use the Louvain lion???).

I would suggest that Ranulf le Briquessart became Ranulf le Meschin in the first place from ancestry in, or marriage into, the (proto-Massey) Ferte-Maces. I can't yet figure how this could have been the case. Ranulf's father, Ranulph de Briquessart/Bayeux, married the daughter of Emma of Conteville, herself said to be the daughter of Herluin Conteville/Burgh. As the latter was married not before 1035, while Muriel de Conteville (above) married de la Ferte-Mace in 1058, Muriel could have been either a daughter or sister of Herluin. In either/any case, the Leycester article lists four sons from this marriage, one of them the Hamon de Massey under discussion...making him -- the father of all English Masseys/Mascis proper -- a Burgh on one side.

The Leycester piece tells that Hamon Massey "held the towns of Dunham, Bowden, Hale [the Halls?], Ashley [uses the Savage lion, crowned] and half of Owlerton...Hamon also had land in Maxfield [= Macclesfield]." The Bowden location is Woden-interesting, especially if "Woden" traces to the Budini...which then warrants a Bute-Budini equation. The Bowden Coat smacks of the personal Arms of Hammon de Massey, but in gold and black quadrants. Bowden variations include "Bodin" but also the Boulton-like "Boulden." Boultens were first in Lancashire. I should also record here that:

"The manor of Dunham is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as having belonged to the Saxon thegn Aelfward [the Vere elf line?] before the Norman Conquest and to Hamo de Masci after.

Hamon married Margaret Sacie about 1099 in Dunham Massey, Bucklow, Cheshire, England. Margaret was born about 1077 in Dunham, Lancaster, Lancashire, England."

That tells that there was a Dunham counterpart in Lancashire. It also tells that Mascis took over a Saxon locale with the coming of the Conqueror, which may be traced to Lusatia (as per my trace of Saxons to that Kwisa river, Lusatia). But the Spree river, Lusatia, is also where I trace the Speers/Sprees to which the Mascis were obviously merged. Thus, once again, the possibility exists that king Mieszko of Poland put forth the Mascis>Meschins. I have floated that theory about for months and months, and now, finally, thanks to D. Macey's email, I have found Massey ancestry that can perhaps clinch the theory.

One new think I can add is my finding, just this morning, that the line of Ranulf le Meschin is traced back by the genealogy page below to Eystein, ruler of More. He's the son of Eystein, jarl of More, grandfather of Rollo! Just keep clicking the "father" link, and going back six clicks/generations you'll come to Eystein "Glumra" Ivarsson Earl of More, father of Ragnvald, father of Rollo. That tends to support my trace of "Eystein" to the Astons of Cheshire.

It took me this long to find that Meschins were themselves Rollo Danes rather than merely married to them!

March 6

An error from yesterday has been corrected; Eystein "Glumra" was not the brother, but the father, of Ragnvald.

The reason that I did not previously have a clue of Ranulf de Briquessart's ancestry in the Eystein>Ragnvald>Rollo line is that Wikipedia gives him no father for one to trace him back. Moreover, I had never searched for his ancestry. The page below gives his ancestry only as far back as Balso D'Espaine, count of Bayeux, suggesting that Balso's father is uncertain.

HOWEVER, yesterday morning something happened BEFORE I came upon the genealogy at the webpage (below) which does give Balso's ancestry in Ralph de Bayeux, and back to Eystein (as does this genealogy). I woke up, yesterday morning, with my eyes fixed on a half moon out the window. I've seen a moon in the window many times, of course, but sometimes things happen where I sense a message from the Spirit. Wondering what this particular incident could mean, my mind came straight to Halfdan, a quasi-mythical Norse patriarch. It seemed like a silly thing, to tie Halfdan to the half moon, so I thought nothing more about it...until I came. a few hours later, to the genealogy with Eystein as Briquessart's ancestor. Clicking to see who his father was, it turned out to be Ivar Halfdansson (Earl of Uplands). I had not seen or mentioned Halfdan in years prior, wherefore I think the Spirit was verifying that the trace of the Briquessarts to Eystein is correct.

This webpage also goes back beyond Balso, but may give hint of Visconti relations: "Ancitel's father is Balso Despaine and his mother was POPPA of Sulzbach. His paternal grandfather is Ralph De Bayeux. He had a brother named Viscomte de Bessin."

NOW LOOK. We can assume that the Macey/Mace surname (Coat differs from the Massey Coat) stems from the Normandy location of Ferte-Mace. As the latter named the Massey branch of Cheshire, we are not surprised to find that the Mace/Macy/Macey surname was first found in Cheshire. BUT, the Macey Shield is identical to the Macey/Mackey Shield...where the write up suggests "MacEy" or "MacKey," tending to suggest sons of Ey(stein). In fact, when one enters "Macey" instead of "Mace," the English Coat automatically spells it "MacEy."

In this picture, the Masseys/Mascis were not from the Meshech, but from "Ey(stein)"...unless Eystein was named after a Macey clan the surname of which had been confused as "MacEy i.e. "son of Ey." So far as I know, the vikings did not use "mac" to indicate "son of." Perhaps God will give us the truth in time to come.

As we see the Macey/Mackey motto being, "Manu forti," we can add that the Isle of Mann was ruled by vikings of similar clans. The Wikipedia article on the Isle of Mann shows a black raven/crow in the flag of Mann, and moreover claims: "The Norse Kingdom of Mann and the Isles was created by Godred Crovan in 1079..." That looks like Godred the Crow. Wikipedia calls Godred a "Norse-Gael ruler of Dublin, thus we find that the Irish, who did use "mac," had merged with vikings of the Macey clan. The Irish side of these vikings then created the idea of MacEy.

But the Isle of Mann was probably ruled, or co-ruled, by vikings before Godred, and before that by the Irish Gaels, and before that by the Irish Danann (= scythians from Greece), as for example mythical Manannan. One can read a story at the article on Sigurd Hlodvisson (born mid 900s), or "Sigurd the Stout," that the raven symbol started with him, and that he was allied in war with the Irish. Sigurd's son was named, Brusi, evoking the Eburo Celts. I'm thinking that the Maceys/Mackeys (northern Scotland) were represented by the mythical nine witches of the Avalonian kingdom, and I did note that Aballava, at Carlyle, was smack close to the Isle of Mann (see map of Carlyle region).

At the webpage below, we see a few Sigurds, one being Halfdan Sigurdsson. If you click on him, you'll see him as the possible father of Ivar (from "Ebur"?) of Uplands, father of the Eystein under discussion. Thus, where the other genealogy shows Eystein's grandfather as "Halfdan 'the Aged' Sveidasson," this one shows him as Halfdan Sigurdsson, perhaps related to the raven-using vikings, rulers of Shetland...but whom I traced to Durham, Rothesay, and Cheshire, and now to the isle of Mann.

You will note that "Upland" is also "Oppland," wherefore recall from yesterday the pronouncement of the Conqueror's son, William Rufus (keeping in mind that entering "Rufus" brings up a Rothe Coat with raven/crow): "I, William, King of England do give onto [Hamon de] Mascy all my right, interest and title to the hop and hopland (valley land) from me and mine with bow and arrow, when I shoot..." I will ignore the "valley land" definition, therefore, and instead link Hopland to Upland/Oppland. In other words, this is evidence again that the Maceys/Mackeys were, not only from the raven-depicted vikings from Sigurd the Stout, but from the Eystein under discussion, son of Ivar of Oppland. As William Rufus was himself from the Eystein line, I would suggest that Hamon de Massey got honors from him because the Masseys and Ferte-Maces were from the highlander Maceys/Mackeys of raven-viking elements.

As per yesterday's discussion on Massey links to Bute/Rothesay and Bowden, we should not miss the clues to Rothschild links. The Bowden surname could have had a Bower branch, which as you can see uses (in Crest) the five bunched arrows that are the mainline Arms of Rothschild.

Moreover, clicking back four generations before Eystein, we come to Svidri Heytsson of Norway, son of Heytir Gorrsson. We then find a single arrow in a German Heyt Coat, in colors reversed from the single arrow in the Rothschild/Rothstein Coat. BOTH the Rufus/Roth and Heyt surnames were first found in Bavaria, and entering "Rothchild (no 's') brings up the Rufus/Roth Coat. King William Rufus shot an arrow to determine how much land to grant Hamon de Massey. Coincidence? Or did Rothschilds use an arrow symbol to depict that one event?

I don't know whether you would agree, yet anyway, but I think God chose me to do this bloodline work because my Masci bloodline was the Rothschild bloodline i.e. because God wants to expose Rothschilds, not just in Massey associations, but more generally in the Rus vikings. Yet, I suspect more surprises, and greater Purposes. Note that the Heyt/Heidt surname smacks of Heidler and Hiedler/Hitler, for it is now thought that the Hitler/Thule Rosicrucians were essentially the same stock with the Rothschild-related Rosicrucians. These were the Golden Dawn Rosicrucians, the same as what started the Bavarian Illuminati, Marxism, and Russian Communism. It is all very end-time relevant, in other words, and I think God wants to skin both the pro-Israeli and anti-Israeli branches of this Rus cult to reveal its stinking sinews and rotten bones.

One could say that, thanks to satan, the Son of God was crucified for securing the eternal lives of the Elect. But one can also say that, thanks to the dirty deeds of the Rothschilds, the kingdoms of the world will be granted to the Elect.

LOOK>>> I previously linked the Heyts/Heidts to the Hoods/Hutts (the Hitler surname is said to derive from "Hutter/Huttler"). NOW look again at the German Hood surname, first found in Bavaria. I previously made mention that there are Hoop and Hope variations, but there is also a Hop variation! I get it. Oppland and/or Hopland!!

The Irish Blake Coatb uses the Hood mascle-on-saltire, while the English Blakes were first found in Devon, where the Hoods were first found. BUT look at the Blake variations, "Caddle" and "Caddle," evoking not only the Chatti founders of Hesse-Cassel, but the Cheadle surname/location of Cheshire. Cheadle variations include "Chettle." I think the green-Shielded Ches(ham) surname applies.

I've been wondering whether Copeland, ruled by Meschins, was related to Hopland elements. Wikipedia: "Angus Winchester (1985) upholds that the name kaupland derives from the Irish-Norse invasion of the area in the tenth century." The article shows a green and blue Shield for the Arms of Copeland, the two Shield colors of the German Bower/Bauer Coat (the Scottish Bowers use green only). The German Hopp/Hop Coat is also blue and green, and the surname was in Brunswick, where the Rothstein surname was first found. The English Hopp Coats use either herons or a blue lion, the latter symbol found in the Arms of Copeland.,_Cumbria

Copeland was ruled by William de Meschin of Skipton-Craven association; "Craven" could be a crow term too. The Copland/Copeland-surname Coat (in Craven colors) uses "numine" for a motto term, smacking not only of the Nummo religion mentioned earlier in this update, but of Tolkien's code, "Numenor," an island in Britain that Tolkien associated with Atlantis elements. I've just noticed that his code, Akallabeth," said to be "Atalante" in the fictitious Quenya language, smacks of Aballaba/Aballava (Carlyle), near Maia. Or, the Chalybes. Hmm, the Quenya code could be for the Quince branch of Saverys/Sforzas; see below. I identified mythical Numenor as the island of Arran, beside Bute, but only because I identified Tolkien's "Eressea" as Rothesay=Bute.

How interesting to find a Numenor-like motto term in the Copeland Coat, for the English Hopps were also Hobbs/Hobs, smacking of Tolkien's Hobbits! In fact, I'm convinced: Hobbits were Copelands and family. The Hopps/Hobbs were first in Somerset, beside the Hoods first found in Devon. There is a German Newman Coat using an arrow in the colors of the Rothschilds/Rothsteins.

EXCELLENT!! The French Savary Coat is identical to the English Hope Coat. AND the English Savary Crest uses a heron's head holding an olive branch, therefore linking to the heron of the English Hopps/Hobbs. This concisely links the Hopes/Copes (and Hobbits) to the Visconti-Sforza family.

I did not know Tim's bloodlines until he sent about ten of them in an email...I opened earlier this week. It amazes me more that, just as I've suspected God to provide other readers whose bloodlines have provided key clues, so it seems to be the case with Tim's lines. It looks like Tim's lines are predominantly from the very vikings at hand. First, let me quote this: "Angus Winchester (1985) upholds that the name kaupland [i.e. Copeland] derives from the Irish-Norse invasion of the area in the tenth century (Wainwright 1975)...Geoffrey Hodgson (2008) argues that this viking invasion accounts for the high frequency of the Hodgson surname in the area."

One of Tim's lines is Hodge. The Borderlands Hodge Crest is coiled green snakes, and the Coat uses rings on the Macey Shield! The English Hodge Coat is crescented and essentially identical to the English Savin/Saffin Coat, the surname first found in Somerset. Possibly, "Hodge" is a Hood variation; after all, "Hodgson" has a Hodson variation. .

Another bloodline of Tim's is Dodge. There's a blue lion in the Dodge Crest (Copeland and Massin/Mason symbol), and all-seeing eye in the Coat. Tim even has a Chattel bloodline, that surname listed under the English Chatterley surname...using gold scallops on blue.

If that's not enough, Tom has a Stowell bloodline (first found in Somerset), using the same cross as do Macclesfields, remembering that Macclesfield (Cheshire) uses the Shetland unicorn because Cheshire was from Shetland elements, no doubt from the Stout/Stow elements of Shetland. IN FACT, the Stowell cross is decorated with the lattice design used in the portrait of Guiscard and his brother, Roger of Sicily [no longer available at that article, but see it here]. The Hodge surname is said to derive in "Roger," but while it may link to Roger Guiscard, I don't think "Hodge" and "Ro(d)ger" are nearly connect-able.

The Stowell Crest is a dove with olive branch in beak, same as with the Mois Crest. I mention the Mois surname because "mois" is in the Saffer/Savary motto. Not only does the Saffer/Savary Coat use unicorns, but it has two "aut" motto terms that I suspect link with "Hauteville," Guiscard's ancestry.

Tim also has a Rolph bloodline. The Ralph surname uses a raven, but in this Rolph Coat we see the water bouges...that Tim broke wide open as linking to the Bugs and Bouzes surnames that ought to link with the Bogens/Bowers of Bavaria (details in seventh update in February).

Tim has a Murphy bloodline too. The Irish Murphy Coat uses Mackesy/Margessen lion (I should record its seven-acorned tree). The same lion is used in theMackie/Mackey Coat (with Margie variation), and uses a raven-with-arrow symbol. "Murphy" is said to derive from "Murchadha," and has a Morchoe variation, somewhat reflective of "Margie/Marges(sen)."

As some evidence that Hodges were Dodges, see that the Dodd Coat (Dodds first in Cheshire) is much the Hodgson Coat. The "copia cautus" motto phrase no doubt speaks to the Copia motto term in the Arms of Macclesfield borough, but I think that term should link to Copeland. As the Gaut/Cotte surname uses a lattice design, in the colors of the Stowell Coat (with lattice design inside Macclesfield cross), the Dodds appear closely linked to Copeland-Macclesfield elements i.e. the Meschins.

Interestingly, the Rodger Shield smacks of the Dodd Shield. The Dodge write-up says "...Dod being the short form of Roger." Could be, though I don't see it. The Dodge variations smack of the Dog/Doak variations, the latter said to link with the "Kilmadok district of Scotland" [in Stirling].

Future emphasis, I suppose, should be on the Halfdan entity, and from that I gather that we'd be back on the Samson cult, only now of Scandinavia: "Halfdan (Old Norse: Halfdan, Old English: Healfdene, Medieval Latin: Haldanus, Proto-Norse: Halbadaniz, 'half Dane')..." The Scottish Haldan/Haldane Coat uses an engrailed black saltire, as does the Woten surname of Kent. The Haldans were first in East Lothian, and their motto, "Suffer," may be code for the Saffers/Savarys. The article continues:

"[Halfdan] was a late 5th and early 6th century legendary Danish king of the Scylding (Skjoldung) lineage, the son of king named Frodi in many accounts, noted mainly as the father to the two kings who succeeded him in the rule of Denmark, kings named Hrodgar and Halga in the Old English poem Beowulf..."

Scyldings could be root to the Skeltons and/or Sheltons; the Skelton Coat shows a gold rooster, the Sinclair Crest symbol, and a raven central upon what could be the Bellamy Shield. Skeltons use fleur in the colors of the Masci Coat, AND there is a Shields Coat using the Macey Shield and the Stowell dove.

POSSIBLY, therefore, the lesson for today is that the RothSchilds trace to the Macey-branch Rus vikings going back to the Scylding Danes (or half-Danes?). "Halbadan" could also mean "white Dane," however. In such a case, Rothschilds should go back to the red or dark Danes; that's my suggestion as per the Saracen and Moor elements among the Meschins et al. The color red does not necessarily have to do with red hair, as is assumed by some, for red skin may also apply, though I think Rus red is from Rhodes. The Danaans of Rhodes, from Egypt, likely had red skin rather than red hair.

The Irish Shields use what is essentially the Irish Fox/Sionnach Coat (what I trace to Guiscard's fox symbol, but also to the Samson-cult Saracens to which Guiscard was merged in Sicily). However, the Shield page shows no variations; the link to the Fox surname should be in that Fox variations include Shingle, Shine, and other Sion of Sionnach-like terms.

The red-shielded Single/Singletary surname with SHINGLEton variation is in the colors of the Fox/Sionnach Coat, but now we can emphasize the horizontal birds because they are used also by the Dodds and Hodgsons; the latter has a Crest (dove with olive branch) identical to that of the English Shields and Stowells. As Guiscard was son of a Tancred (de Hauteville), I don't think it's a coincidence that the Tancred Crest is "An olive tree fructed."

As per the d-less Shields variations, we consider the German Shell surname, a red Shield but with a blue snake on white, possibly linked with the modern Visconti snake colors. These colors were also used, probably by Zionist Rothschilds, on the flag of Israel.


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