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Tolkien's Embarrassing Ruses

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March 7

Let's see what happens when we identify Tolkien's Hobbits as the Hobbs/Hopps family, and linked to Copeland in Cumbria and/or Hopland to the south in the realm of the Cheshire Masseys. There is a Cope surname using "animo" for a motto term, which was linked (by me) to the Nimo/Newmarch surname on the Welsh Marches. The Copeland surname uses "numine", which may then unveil Tolkien's "Numenor" island as a place founded by the Nimo surname. It's hard to say. The Cope Shield is in colors reversed from the Macey Shield, and also because Copeland was in the hands of the Meschins while Hopland was in the hands of the Macey line, I think Tolkien's characters must center somewhat on Maceys, but no doubt with special treatment on the elf symbolism of the Veres. Al in all, the Rus from Rhodes must be ground zero for Tolkien's codes.

Before I go on, I'll show the Hobb/Hopp Coat again because it uses a black eagle on gold, the old symbol of the Sforza family. I say this because the Hopes use the same Coat as the French Savary Coat so that indeed there appears to be a Hobb/Hopp link to the Sforzas. The Hobb/Hopp eagle is identical to that of the Ferte Coat, the latter, not too surprisingly, in Vere colors. "Ferte" reminds us of the Italian Fort(e) surname to which the Italian Veres (i.e. Fers/Ferraris) were linked, but "Fort" also smacks of "Sforza" itself. Remember, the Veres of Manche and the Masseys use the same Shield.

We shouldn't confuse the locality of Macey in Manche (Normandy), from which the Mace/Macey surname is said to derive, with Ferte-Mace in Orne from which the Macey>Massey clan of Cheshire descended, but quite apparently the two locations were related. BUT LOOK: when we enter "Orne," the Heron/Horne Coat comes up showing herons as symbols, which is a symbol also of the English Savary Crest.

Recalling that the Sforza topic was under discussion as the Elis and Saracen clans of eastern Sicily were also under discussion, see the quote below. When I was stressing eastern Sicily, I did NOT know of this quote: "Tolkien is reported to have identified Mordor with the volcano of Stromboli off Sicily"

The problem with identifying Mordor with Stromboli is that Britain is no longer in view; I think that Britain is much the setting for Tolkien events. Tolkien may have been deliberately misleading, therefore, and yet not, when he connected his characters to Stromboli, for behold where that place is located: " a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, containing one of the three active volcanoes in Italy. It is one of the nine Aeolian Islands, a volcanic arc north of Sicily."

Why nine? We are going to see more nines in the Tolkien story, and even allusions to the original nine Curetes of Zeus-based Crete. Could these Curetes have been so symbolized to be code for the nine Aeolian islands? After all, the symbol of the Zeus-based Cretans was the Taurus, which I trace to Tyrus/Tyre. I also trace Tyrians to the Tyrrhenian sea. Now, as per my identification of Tolkien's Sauron character with "Taurus," but also with Saracens of Sicily, read the following quote, keeping in mind that "Taurus" elements also furnished "Tros/Troy" (known to be founded by Curetes), in my opinion, and therefore "Thrace>Sarac(en)":

"In J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional universe of Middle-earth, Mordor (from Sindarin Black Land and Quenya Land of Shadow) is the dwelling place of Sauron, in the southeast of Middle-earth to the East of Anduin, the great river. Orodruin, a volcano in Mordor, was the destination of the Fellowship of the Ring (and later Frodo Baggins and Sam Gamgee) in the quest to destroy the One Ring..."

Many points to be made. Sam Gamgee, no doubt code for the Samson-Saracen cult of Sicily to which the Guiscard>Visconti clan became allied. Mordor itself smacks of the Moors/Mauritanians that I lump in with Saracens, and the Tolkien definition of "Mordor" as "Black Land" speaks to negroid skin among the Moors. But the Orod(ruin) code speaks of Rus elements among the Mordor entity, and since "Tolkien" smacks of the Telchines of Rhodes (cousins to the Curetes), it speaks for itself. Frodo, a major Hobbit character, could depict Ferte elements. As Strombali is also "Strongule," it may not be a coincidence that the English Strong Coat (surname first in Somerset) is, in colors reversed, the Ferte (Sforza?) Eagle. The "Quenya" language could be code for the quince symbol (held by the lion) of the Sforza Coat. All in all, I think we now have Tolkien undressed and looking very humiliated. LOOKIE BELOW, for the half moon the other day, verifying Halfdan elements in the Rus-viking line to the Meschins, seems to apply:

"Hobbits are a fictional diminutive race in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium who inhabit the lands of Middle-earth. They are named 'Halflings' by most of Middle-earth and 'Periannath' by the Elves...Hobbits are 'relatives' of the race of Men."

As the Halfdan family ruled at Upland/Oppland, the quote tends to verify that the viking royal line from Oppland to Hopland (and/or Copeland) are indeed the fabled Hobbits. It's therefore very interesting that the Middle surname was first found in Shropshire (beside Cheshire), and that the Middle symbol is the same lion design as the Sforza lion, but in the black-on-white colors of the Savage lion; Savages were first found in Cheshire. Again, Hamon de Massey was granted control of Ashley (Cheshire), while the Ashley lion is the Middle/Savage lion but with a crown, indicating that Ashleys made it to the English Crown.

As the Halflings were further encoded as "Periannaths," see that there is a Perian surname...using crescents! The term evokes Parion, in Mysia, from which the Pari Gorgons came forth to found the nine Muses of Greek myth.

The "race of Men" could be code for the Mann surname, the isle of Mann, or even the inhabitants of Numenor (New Men?). The English Newman Coat? White lions on black. There is an "amor" term in the Newman motto, and the "Ubi" motto term might just speak to the Hobbs, for Hobbs were first in Somerset while Newmans were first in Dorset (to the immediate south of Somerset).

The German Newmans were also "Nuemans," and they were "First found in West Prussia and Pomerelia..." The Isle of man was populated by mythical Manannan, a group of Irish Danann -- I think the Domnanns from the Dumnonii of Devon and Somerset. BUT, as the myth goes, Manannan Danaan were joined by a Lug faction of the Fomorians, and I think the latter (= Irish sea pirates) became the Pomeranians (coast facing Scandinavia). Thus, the Neumens of Pomerelia could have been named after the Isle of Mann, and perhaps I was wrong to identify Numenor as the island of Arran; perhaps it's code for the Isle of Mann...which uses a three-legged symbol as its Arms, almost identical with the Arms of Sicily.

The Scottish Mann Coat in Newman colors, uses the Russell goats and a saw-like symbol almost identical with the one in the Middle Coat, while the German Mann Coat uses the Middle-style lion. The Scottish Mathie/Mann Coat (surname said to be descended from Domnanns) uses the same lion, and the same windmill-like design seen in the English Hopper Coat. The same lion was found when I tried "Oppel," an term that I got from "Oppland." It's the Ebbs/Epps surname of Germany/Bavaria. The Oppenheimers?

There is a Norwegian Frederick Coat using the same lion, in the same colors and even with the crown, as the Ashley lion (the rulers of Upland/Oppland were Danes, or half Danes, from Norway). Possibly, Frodo (the Hobbit) represents a "Frederick" entity, and perhaps "Ferte" may have derived from the same. The English Fredericks use the same two doves as per the Stowell and Mois/Moses Crests (the latter surname is found as motto term in the Savary Coat).

Frodo is given a Baggins surname. Coupled with the location of Bag End, I think Tolkien had a Baggin/Baggen-like entity in mind. There is a French Begin/Beguin surname from Normandy, using scallops in the colors of the Meschin/Samson/Russell scallops. Also, compare the Scottish (Lothian) Men/Mennes Coat (with Manx-like variations, e.g. "Mengzes") with the Bacon Coat.

See now what could be code for the ten-minus-one Curetes (there were originally ten, it is thought):

"[Frodo] is a principal protagonist of Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. He is also mentioned in The Silmarillion. He was a hobbit of the Shire who inherited Sauron's Ring from Bilbo Baggins and undertook the quest to destroy it in Mount Doom.

...After the Council of Elrond, [Frodo] is given the title 'Ringbearer'. After the fulfilment of the quest he is referred to by the bards as 'Nine-fingered Frodo' or 'Frodo of the Nine Fingers'.

The Curetes of Crete were also called "Dactyloi," said to mean "ten fingers," though I think that's secondary code (myth writers typically have two meanings, or more, to their codes). Wikipedia's article on the Dactyloi:

"...nine Kouretes, for each of these begot ten children who were called Idaian Daktyloi. (Strabo, Geography 10.3.22)

The Cabiri (Kabeiroi) whose sacred place was on the island of Samothrace, were understood by Diodorus Siculus to have been Idaean dactyls who had come west from Phrygia and whose magical practices had made local converts to their secret cult.

An Idaean dactyl named Herakles (perhaps the earliest embodiment of the later hero) originated the Olympic Games [at Elis/Pisa] by instigating a race among his four 'finger' brothers. This Herakles was the 'thumb'...Jasius [founder of the Kabeiri] (ring finger/healing finger)...

On Rhodes, Telchines...nine in number, remembered by Greeks as dangerous Underworld smiths and magicians [think Hephaestus, ruler of the Kabeiri, whom in Italy was given a volcanic home near/among the Aeolians]..." (square brackets always mine, round brackets not mine when in quotes).

The Frodo article says that he has the alias, "Maura Labingi"; "Maura" should connect with the dark Moors. Also, Sauron is called the "Dark Lord," which may not be code for spiritual darkness only, but his dark north-African/Cretan/Rhodian skin. "Labingi" could be code for the Cretan labyrinth or the labyrs axe.

Clearly, Tolkien's ring of power traces to Saracens of the Curetes-Telchine fold, the most despicable humans ever to slither upon this planet, peoples bent of demonology without repentance, without shame, without mercy on the better humans which they control and exploit. If you feel proud to stem from these bloodlines, think again.

Frodo was made the "the son of Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck." Note the "mula" in his mother's name, for that suggests the mule symbol of the Samson cult. IN FACT, the Welsh Brandy Coat (in Radnor colors) uses the Samson symbol!! This symbol could be two superimposed double-headed axes, called a labyrs, a Cretan symbol. The English Samsons were first in Gloucestershire on Welsh border, and Brandys were first in Radnorshire, beside Shropshire; likely, the Radnor Chief is the Clair Chief as per Strongbow Clare's presence on the Welsh border. There's a Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire that may connect to the Tolkien/Touque surname:

"[Frodo] left the Shire with three companions: his gardener Samwise Gamgee and his cousins Meriadoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took. They escaped just in time, for Sauron's most powerful servants, the Nine Nazgul, had entered the Shire as Black Riders..."

Hmm, why SamWISE??? Because of Guis/Vis/Wiscard? I think so. I think Tolkien knew of Samson-cult links to Guiscard, the very center of his work, in fact.

When one enters "Took," the same Coat comes up as when one enters "Tolkien," the Took/Touque Coat as per Touque, Normandy. Thus, Tolkien WAS infatuated with his own bloodline(s). The Tooks were first in Kent, but stem from Pont-le-Eveque on the Normandy coast. The Sinclair write-up also touches on L'Eveque: "...derived from when families lived at St. Clai[r]-sur-Elle in La Manche and in St-Clair-L'Eveque in Calvados".

The Meschin line from Halfdansson of Oppland came to live in Calvados, upon Rollo's conquering of Normandy. Think about it. The line from Eystein through his son, Ragnvald, conquered Normandy, and the Claros therefore settle lived at Calvados; the line from Eystein through his other son, Malahule, leads to the proto-Meschins of the Bessin/Bayeux, also in Calvados, a term smacking of the "Halbadan" variation of "Halfdan." Eystein's father was Ivar Halfdansson, of Oppland. But because the Meschin line was represented as Hobbits, we'd expect the Rollo line to be in code somehow too.

The Nine Nazgul ("gul" should be a suffix as in "Strongul") could represent the Nasi/Nazo surname from "Naso in Messina province, Sicily"!! I don't have to tell you that the Nazi/Thule Scandinavians/Rosicrucians may have been from this Nazi clan. Although Tolkien wrote the Hobbit before the Nazis came to power in Germany, the Lord of the Rings, in which the Mazguls appear, was written in the very time (1937-49) that Hitler came to power. I long ago traced the Sviar-branch Swedes to Sybaris of southern Italy, and peoples honoring Sybaris could have developed into the Savarys/Saffers and Sforzas.

The Nazi/Nazo Coat looks like a cross between the Meschin and Bellamy Coats (the latter was the ancestry of the Massey-related Ferte-Maces. As the Nazguls "were nine Men who succumbed to Sauron's power and attained near-immortality as wraiths, servants bound to the power of the One Ring," note that the Wraith/Raith Coat uses the Sinclair cross; Wraiths were in northern Scotland, at Nairnshire (in and beside Moray). The Nairn Coat (from Nairnshire) might be construed as a ring. The anchor in the crest attests to links with the Belgian Rait/Raet Coat...with a Shield in colors reversed from the Macey and Macey/Mackay Shields.

The Maceys/Mackays were in northern Scotland too, said to be a furious warrior peoples. Northern Scotland was, in my opinion, the realm of Tolkien's Orcs, no doubt Orkney inhabitants. In the Nairnshire article: "Another sizable portion [of Nairnshire] existed in the county of Ross, around the village of Urquhart, on the Black Isle." I would therefore identify Urquharts, also "Orchards," as Orks of Sauron and/or Melkor associations (Melkor was another evil ruler, akin to Sauron). The Scottish Orchards/Urquarts were first in Elginshire, beside Nairnshire; the English Orchards/Orchars should be related because they use a Shield identical with that of the Nairns...and a raven for a Crest!

Tolkien codes highlight the Arthurian cult at Avalon:

"At the Inn of the Prancing Pony in the village of Bree, Frodo met Aragorn, also called Strider, a Ranger of the North, who became the hobbits' guide while journeying through the wilderness towards Rivendell."

I would like to know where Rivendell is located in the real world, but so far no luck. "Aragorn" could be a branch of "good" Orcs of the Argos-ship kind (think Argyll, Scotland). I traces Orcs/Orks (years ago) to Greece's Orchomenos. Not only was the crew of the mythical Argo ship largely from Orchomenos, but one prominent crewman was Meleager, a Calydonian ruler and husband of Atalantis, the latter no doubt being a symbol of western Atlantis. I think Tolkien took Meleager's Calydonians, understanding them as Scotland's Pictish Caledonian tribe, and named them "Melkor" (i.e. after Meleager), the evil ruler to which Tolkien's Orcs belonged. Thus, Tolkien believed that the Orchomenos Greeks named the Orkneys (it could be true).

Argyll is a region around Bute/Rothesay, which I identify as Avalon according to Tolkien's Avallone being on Eressea. Therefore, I suspect that "Aragorn" depicted inhabitants around Bute, and that smacks of the Maceys as well as the Arthurian cult. So when we learn that the Arthur-Coat symbols are called either clarions or organ rests, we enter "Organ" to find the Irish Aragon/Harrigan the colors of the Arthur Coat. These were possibly a branch of Orchards/Urquharts, which is interesting because Avalon is said to mean "apple orchard." Also, the apple orchard of Greek myth was a dragon principal of western Atlantis.

It's interesting that I had found evidence for a trace of Melkor elements to the extreme southern tip of Ireland (see my Tolkien Tells All chapter), especially to mount Carrauntoohil (in County Kerry). The Irish Organ/Aragon surname was first found in County Cork, also at the extreme south of Ireland.

Aragorn is given an alternative code, "Strider." The Strode/Stroud surname (from Stroud, in Somerset) with Stride variation uses a Savin tree. The crescented Savone/Saffin surname (Somerset!) has a Savin variation. That seems to fit. Savones/Saffins should trace back to the Sabines/Safini of SAMnite Italy. BUT, "Savin" also brings up the Scottish Savage Coat.

Hmm, "Frodo and Sam made their way through Emyn Muil, followed by the creature Gollum..." Is that another mule code, coming as it does with Sam. Hmm, there is a Mule surname, first found in Devon, beside the Samsons in Gloucestershire, and the Strides in Somerset. AND, Gollam was Originally known as Smeagol, a Stoor Hobbit..." Could that be Sameagol?

I'm wondering whether "Stoor" is code for Stewarts:

"The Harfoots [Harcourt Danes?], the most numerous, were almost identical to the Hobbits as they are described in The Hobbit. They lived on the lowest slopes of the Misty Mountains and lived in holes, or Smials [another Sam code?), dug into the hillsides. The Stoors, the second most numerous, were shorter and stockier and had an affinity for water, boats and swimming. They lived on the marshy Gladden Fields where the Gladden River met the Anduin (there is a similarity here to the hobbits of Buckland and the Marish in the Shire.

The Marish? Perhaps the Welsh Marches, defined as that land between Wales and Cheshire/Shropshire, but also to the south of the latter. I would suggest that Tolkien's "Shire" depicted either Cheshire or Shropshire.

The Harcourts were in Harcourt, Calvados. The German Har/hare Coat smacks of the Bellamy Coat (surname first in Shropshire) in conjunction with the Masci band. The Har/hare Coat is in the colors of the Scottish Hares, and the Irish Hare Crest is a fox's head (Samson/Guiscard symbol).

Entering "Gladdin" shows a Gladwin surname first found in Staffordshire (beside Cheshire and Shropshire). Hmm, the related Hobbits of "Buckland" evokes Bucklow, a Cheshire locality ruled by Hamon de Massey, where the town of Dunham-Masci sat. This wood tend to trace the Stoors to the Staffordshire border with Cheshire. ZOWIE, as per the French Glad Coat, we read: "First found in Brittany...The family were well established in the region of Dol and several members of the family distinguished themselves..." Not only does that sound as though the Glads were Stewart relations, but the Glad Coat smacks a little of the Alan (of Dol) Coat.

I hold a theory that the Stubbs of Staffordshire were a Stewart branch. LOOK AT the write-up:

"There are elaborate accounts of this family's descent from Belmeis or Beaumeis from Beaumeis-Sur-Dive from Calvados in Normandy through Richard Belmeis, the founder of the family, who was a follower of Roger de Montogomery who was Sheriff of Shropshire and later Bishop of London, about 1100."

This tends to reveal that the Bellamy clan under William de le Ferte-Mace (father of Hamon de Masci) was also the Beaumont clan, which seems to work out because the French Beaumont Coat uses a Shield in colors reversed from the Gladdin/Gladwin Shield.

The English Beaumonts were first found in Dorset and Gloucestershire, once again in the same basic region that other Hobbit codes stress. The English Beaumont page (with fleur in Masci colors) shows a Bowmont variation, wherefore I tried to see what "Bowman" would wring, knowing by now that Masseys are at the root of the Bowers and that Hamon de Massey "held the towns of Dunham, Bowden..." The Bowman motto includes "Numine" while the Crest uses a tree stump, what I think the Stubbs (and Stubbings) were named after. The Rodham Crest uses what appears to be the same stump as in the Bowden Crest, AND the Rodhams were first found in Northumberland, where the Bowmans were first found. The Bowmans were also first found in Westmoreland, smack beside Copeland.

The Stubbings are said to be named after tree stubs, and are traced by their write-up to Calvados, wherefore the Stubbing Shield should prove to be a colors-reversed variation of the Massey and/or Vere Shield.

Perhaps the following Hobbit depicted the John-Dee clan of New-Atlantean importance:"Deagol was a Stoor Hobbit who lived in a small community bound by kinship ties - akin to a clan. He had a friend named Smeagol..." We ignore the gol suffix, and then check the Irish Dea/Day Coat: green snakes on white (original Visconti-snake colors). The surname was first found in County Clare. I don't think it's a coincidence that the English Deas/Days were first in, once again, Somerset.

The next quote shows that Tolkien may have been opposed to those parts of Illuminati circles who do whatever it takes to become wealthy:

"On Smeagol's birthday, he and his relative Deagol went fishing in the Gladden Fields north of Lothlorien. There, Déagol found the Ring after being pulled into the water by a fish. Sméagol demanded it as a birthday present and strangled Déagol when the latter refused him. Sméagol accordingly used the Ring for thieving, spying and antagonizing his friends and relatives...Under the influence of the Ring, he retreated to a deep cavern in the Misty Mountains."

Hmm, it's known that John Dee was a spy in the service of Elizabeth I, wherefore Deagol would indeed appear to be code for he and/or some of his family members/branches.

We have a clue here as to the location of Gladden Fields. North of Lothlorien. There is a Lorie/Laury surname with the same tree stump as above for a Crest! The Coat uses a grail. There is a ring of sorts in the grail, described like so: "A silver cup with a garland emerging between two green laurel branches." The stump is said be that of an oak.

It's hard to know whether the Lorie/Laury/Larry surname with laurel symbol is even a part of the LothLorien code. The surname was first found in Dumfriesshire (Borderlands), which is in Scotland immediately north of the Meschin holdings in England. Ahh, there's a Loren/Lorraine surname, first found in Northumberland (at the Scottish border), but also in the Scottish Borderlands regions e.g. Roxburghshire.

The problem is, I tentatively located Tolkien's Gladden far to the south of the Borderlands, in Staffordshire and/or Cheshire, yet he says that Gladden Fields are north of LothLorien. Perhaps there is another Lorien-like entity to the south of Staffordshire/Cheshire. The Loren Crest also uses a laurel branch, and if that represents the Daphne cult, perhaps there were laurel-like surnames in Deva, what was also Chester, the Cheshire capital.

I haven't seen too many gold and green Coats, if any, in this Tolkien discussion, until coming to the Loren Coat. I say this because there could be a heraldry-reason that "[Hobbits] dress in bright colours, favouring yellow and green."

Hey hey, just found a Lorian/Lorin(g) Coat with Shield the same as the Stubbing Coat. The Lorians were first in Bedfordshire, eastward of Staffordshire. However, Luton is in Bedfordshire, and might just be the Loth part of "Lothlorien." I've just learned that the Arms of Bedfordshire use scallops in Meschin/Samson-scallop colors (I think the Leghs=Ligurians of Cheshire link with the same of Luton).

On this map of the Hopland surname, see that they lived in two places predominantly, with the Lorians of Bedfordshire smack between the two. See a map of the Hobb surname, mainly in the very regions stressed in today's update, from the Corwall peninsula north into the Welsh Marches. Also, in Kent, exactly where the Hoplands are mainly found.

Perhaps some cultists arranged for Bedfordshire to be separated into NINE sections...called "hundreds"!! Recall that the Curetes use 100 as their sacred number, along with their nine branches.

March 8

Tim found this Italian Sar(r)acino Coat with black Moor. Due to the double 's' spelling, I tried "Sarra," for the first time, and got the Russell red lion.

There may have been some confusion as to how dark the Moors were, OR, after a few generations, Moors turned white upon merging with Rus families, for the Scottish Mores/Moors show white-skinned Moors. The same Moor is shown in the English Aslet/Hazelton Crest, and perhaps the leaf species of the Coat are found in the English Hazel/Hassal Coat...first found in Cheshire. Ass terms? As in "Hesse/Cassel"? Note the Harse variation, as in "arse."

Interestingly, the Irish Moor Coat shows a gold lion on green, seen late in yesterday's update in the Scottish Loren/Lorraine surname. AMAZINGLY, I had written the paragraphs below yesterday, before writing the above early this morning. It's amazing because the Loren and Lorie surnames were revealed as Clares, meaning that, once again, the Moors and/or Saracens were special to the Clare vikings in particular, the ones who were jarls of More. I don't know where this More location was, and apparently no one does, but there was a "Moore in Cheshire [and] More in Shropshire" (see English Moor page).

The Tooks/Tolkiens were first in Kent, the write-up being more particular by placing their seat at Godington, which is in Ashford borough (Ash surnames could link to Estonians of Danish alliances, and perhaps Eystein was himself named after Estonian elements). The Ashford Coat is a reflection of the Took/Tolkien Coat, in fact, but Ashfords were first found in Cornwall and Devon before moving to Kent, according to the Ashford write-up: "First found in Ayshford, in the county of Cornwall, and in the County of Devon, from earliest times, and in later years a branch of the family migrated eastward to Kent. There are at least two references to the name in the Domesday Book: Aisseford and Aiseforda. Both were listed in Devon." Hmm, Aes(ir)-like terms. But note the AYsh spelling in Devon. There is an Assi surname from vikings, first found in Shetland.

I watched a national Geographic program last night on Freemasons. Right after it suggested that key government men were Freemasons, it would show silly ceremonies inside of a lodge, as if the controllers of government (e.g. Bill Clinton) attend such ceremonies. It gives the viewer the impression that Freemasons of the lodges are too idiotic to run governments wherefore governments are not truly run by Freemasons. BUT there are Illuminatists that are not involved in regular lodge programs. Lodge men are low-down stooges in Illuminati circles; they serve various purposes, one being to act as stand-by tools when needed for political-action purposes; another is to put on a moral/humanitarian front for what in reality is a sin-loving racket.

I'm bringing this up at all because the program showed two stones, one on either side of the "throne" of the grand master of a lodge, one in Kent I believe, which stones were called "ashles/ashells" (don't know it that's the correct spelling, but that's what it sounded like). That term evokes the Ashleys of Cheshire.

There is an Aschel Coat with Shield identical to the Singletary Coat (a person in Obama's bloodline with the Singletary surname changed it to "Dunham," Obama's mother's surname).

The keys of the Ashford Coat appear black to me, but there must also be blue keys. The Ashford Crest, perhaps not surprising, is a Moor head. Using "Lowry" instead of "Lawry" brings up a Lavary/Glory surname, an Irish branch of the Scottish Lorie/Laury clan because both clans use the same grail symbol. This explains why the Grail surname is listed under the Irish Neil surname (thanks to an emailer for that news some days ago), for the Lowry write-up says: "References from Lecale in 1447 state that Donatus MacGlory 'held a bishop's court before the O'Neill and the Savage.'" There we have the Savages in this grail cult, who use the same lion as the Ashleys.

NOTE the GREEN and GOLD lion in the Grail/Neil Coat, for that was found (end of yesterday's update) to be the symbol of the Loren/Lorraine surname. The Grail/Neil Crest is the Rocque (= proto-Rockefeller) rock. The lock design in the Grail/Neil Coat is in the Moray Coat, while the Grail/Neil motto includes "mori." The Neil clan claims to descend from "Niall of the nine hostages." Another nine-coincidence, or is that just myth-speak?

The Lavar and Glory variations of the Irish Lowrys suggests that the Clavers could be a family branch; I trace Clavers (black Shield like the Lavars/Lowrys) to the Clares or perhaps even proto-Clares. The Claver Crest is a blue key (!), suggesting that we are involved, not only with the blue keys of the Ashfords, but with the blue keys of the Italian/Spanish Sheaves/Chaves...who link to the British Shaw surname using grails!! The Irish Shaw write-up says it "is a common name, especially in north-east Ulster," where the Laver/Lowry surname was first found!

But what do the Lories and Lowrys have inside their cup? "A garland of laurel between to branches of laurel." Isn't that the symbol of Daphne, whose father is the Ladon dragon? Shouldn't these laurel clans be, therefore, the Harlot of Revelation 17, who merges with the seven-headed dragon? Perhaps, but only if the clans were named after the laurel symbol of Daphne, rather than taking on a laurel symbol due merely to look-alike word play. Keep in mind that "Kay," perhaps related to "key," is a Shay-like term while Shaws were also Shays.

The Neil article above tells that Neils were merged with the Sweenys (another gold and green coat, said to be the favorite colors of the Hobbits)), but wanting a Scottish or English Sweeny branch to test whether Sweenys link with Tolkien codes there, I entered "Swayne" and got one...using Macey/MacKAY symbols galore. The Shield is the Macey and Macey/MacKAY Shield; there's a talbot in the Crest; there are mace gloves; the Mackesy/Margessen and Mackie lion is used; and the red heart of Lanarkshire (used also by the French Sauvage surname) also appears (the Swayne surname was first in Lanarkshire).

The Swayne Coat also uses a swan, which I trace to Savona Ligurians, wherefore note that the Sweeny surname is said to derive from "Suibhne, a Sabine-like term (I trace Sabines of Italy to Savona). Meanwhile, the Italian Sheaves surname was first found in Abruzzo, where the Sabines lived!! I TRACE "SABINE/SAFINI" TO "DAPHNE"!!!! Her father, Ladon, evolved into the Latins; Romans, whom the harlot of Revelation depicts, were a Sabine-Latin mix, for in Roman myth, Romans took the women of the Sabines for their wives.

As per the Lavar variation of the Irish Lowrys, the Lever Coat seems to apply, showing the gold Sinclair rooster, apparently, for it's standing on a trumpet (a clarion, a Clare symbol, is said to be a trumpet). This Sinclair link to Levers, also "Leaver," may just prove that the Claver/Cleaver surname is a Clare variation. The Leverages of Cheshire may apply. The Lever Coat is nearly identical with the Kay Coat!!!!

Remember, this discussion is an attempt to find what the Lothlorien code (of Tolkien) refers to. Now that it's leading to the branches of the Clares, it not only makes sense because we expect Hobbits to include the Rollo Claro/Sinclair line as a fundamental principal, but because Sinclairs were rulers in Lothian. The program last night on Freemasons showed the Rosslyn chapel (or Roslin, Lothian), built by the Sinclair family. The place is so expensive that such money could not be earned in honest ways; it was stolen. It was a pago-temple unto satan's pride built on generations of pirating blood money. It is not a wonder that Freemasons want to hide their roots, for they don't smell like red roses at all.

Tolkien said, "the Gladden Fields north of Lothlorien." I don't think it's a coincidence that the Gladden surname was first found in Staffordshire, for the HohenStaufens of Germany were depicted by grails, as for example even as this Staufer Coat (and its write-up) suggests.

Tolkien had an Anduin river: "Anduin is the Sindarin name for the Great River of Wilderland, the longest river in the Third Age...The ancestors of the Rohirrim called it Langflood...Anduin began as two different streams near where the Misty Mountains met the Grey. These were called the Langwell and the Greylin..." Recall the discussion on the Langford surname (eighth update of February), how it linked to Cheshire Meschins. The Grey/Gray surname was Bernician, first found in Northumberland; it's Crest symbol is the anchor, a pirate symbol, likely.

Note that the "Sindarin" code (a fictitious language of Tolkien's elves) could be a Sinclair combo with the Darwins. Tolkien had other languages because he could then give his codes additional meanings, sometimes to mislead, other times to entertain himself with double-meaning symbols. It is clear that he did not intend to ever reveal what he was writing on. His stories were for insider entertainment only.

Then there is a Ribble-like term: "Rivendell (Sindarin: Imladris) is an Elven outpost in Middle-earth..." The Ribble river starts in western Yorkshire, passing through Settle in the Craven district. Could "Riven" be code for Craven and it's Ribble river? Skipton is near Settle (the latter is a Cheatle-like term). The Ribble flows into Lancashire to Ribchester, which may have started as a Riv term.

The English Moorman surname shows a Morman variation, perhaps the root of the Mormons. I do know that Mormons were of the Samson cult, and their myth codes also reveal traces to Hephaestus, the smith-god of Lemnos, and the SINTians (i.e. like SINDarin) there. As I said not long ago, "smith" appears to have developed from "Sames/Samos," a god of Armenia to which I trace the Samson cult. Hephaestus' Kabeiri cult was originally at Samothrace, an island apparently founded by a branch of the Armenian Samos cult.

As Mormons were founded by the Freemason, Joseph Smith, let's look at Smith Coats again. The Scottish Smith Crest uses a heron. THE SHIELD IS COLORS REVERSED FROM THE TOLKIEN/TOOK SHIELD. Remember, Tolkien wrote: ""[Frodo] left the Shire with three companions: his gardener Samwise Gamgee and his cousins Meriadoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took. They escaped just in time, for Sauron's most powerful servants, the Nine Nazgul, had entered the Shire as Black Riders..."

We now have Mormon stripes to Tolkien's codes, leading to the idea that some large part of Freemasonry was Mormon-beloved and connected. The "Meriadoc Brandybuck code could be, in part, the Mariot surname, the English branch first found in Kent and using the Woten (of Kent) saltire. IN FACT, the Wotan Crest is a black Moorhead (!!), the same one used in the German Moor Coat AND Crest. OR, the Meriadoc code could be code for the Merrit/Mariat and/or the Merrie/Merry surname from Meret. You get it, Mauritanians.

Although I'm easily convinced that the Brandy surname (sharing the Samson-surname symbol) is in view, the Brant surname is also interesting for its use of black hands, the Bellamy Shield with Moray stars, and what appear to be fagots on fire. A Brent Coat uses a wyvern, and the write-up helps us to trace Contevilles to Somerset: "The Brent family was originally from Conteville, in the arrondissement of Eure in Normandy...First found in Somerset where they are conjecturally descended from Ralf de Conteville who was Lord of the manor of Brent..."

WAIT. AFTER writing the above, I went back to the Smith topic, and read the Scottish Smith write-up: "In trying to establish a single source for this amazing, monumentally prolific surname Smith, it is asserted that they descended from Neil Cromb, a Chieftain who flourished in 1150, third son of Murdoch, Chief of the Clan Chattan, a confederation of twenty-six Clans of which Smith was a member clan." The Mu(i)rdock Coat is the one using upside-down ravens riding on an arrow. Clearly, they were from the raven-depicted vikings. BUT THEN IT STRUCK ME: "Murdock" is nearly Tolkien's "Meriadoc" code!!!

Once again, Tolkien appears to be favoring Hobbits of the Morman kind. Keep in mind that Mormons had this nutty idea that American natives were Israelites. Mormons probably thought, as do many Freemasons, that they trace to Israelites themselves, even Solomon and David. Vanity, all vanity. I hope you're not a Christian feeding into that fantasy. Kabala is full of insanity that would make such false claims.

The English Smith Coat (surname first found in Durham) is in the colors of the Scottish Smiths. The motto, Benigno Numine, is revealing, for it's the Copeland motto!!! Thus, if Copeland was named after Hopland, and if the Hopps/Hobbs (Somerset) were Tolkien's hobbits, the Smiths would be a part of the Hobbit clans, which is exactly what we learn where the hobbit, Meriadoc Brandybuck, depicts the Murdock clan out of which came the Smiths.

Remember, the Cope surname used "animo" for a motto term, which I trace to the Nimo/Newmarch surname, what snacks of the Copeland "numine" motto code.

NOW LOOK. After re-quoting Tolkien's bit above, I looked at the Frodo code and thought of "Faraday" for the first time. When I saw that the Faraday Coat it uses red crescents on gold, I remembered that the Nimo/Newmarch Coat used the same, but this was before I wrote the paragraph above! Variations are Friday, Fryday and Frieday, all known to derive from the Scandinavian "Frey," the god of Frisians.

I'm not ruling out that "Frodo" could not be code for the "Ferte-Mace" ancestry of the Cheshire Masseys, for as I suspect that the Fertes were Veres, I trace Veres/Weirs to Varangians, while Varangians proper were from Wieringen of Frisian lands.

The English Smith coat uses the sorts of crosses used (in colors reversed) by Cheshire's Davenports, found also in the Arms of Macclesfield. The Davenport Crest uses the white-skinned Moor of the Scottish Moor Crest. Perhaps Mormons were infatuated with American natives because they thought they were from north-African Moors.

Earlier in this update page, I showed that Hopes (I'm thinking hobbits of a Cope and/or Hopp branch) were from the Savary surname' The English Smith crest is a heron's head, as is the Savary Crest. But the Smith heron has droplets, a symbol that thus far I connect to Samson-cult Rus-related bloodlines (e.g. Sammes, Jones, Patterson). The Orne/Horn surname (first found in Durham) uses a heron, while Ferte-Mace is located in Orne (France). It's exactly the same Coat as the English Heron Coat.

As per Tolkien's "Peregrin Took" hobbit, see that THERE IS a Peregrin surname...using a black wyvern dragon. It's a griffin, really, defined as a dragon with eagle's legs/feet and beak. It can't be a coincidence that the Took/Tolkien Coat uses a black griffin on white. Tolkien belonged to both of these clans! NAILED HIM (!!), the mysteries-keeping scoundrel. Note on the Peregrin map that the surname is almost exclusively in southern Wales.

As Tooks were first in Kent, I checked the Kent surname just now for the first time; it uses a gold lion on blue, colors reversed from the Massin/Mason lion; Massins/Masons were first found in Kent. On this Massin map, we find the surname mainly in Lancastershire, suggesting a red-ros(e) clan. The Mason surname, however, on this Mason map, is more widespread, from the Welsh Marshes (Shropshire and Cheshire especially) up into both Lancaster and (white-rose) Yorkshire. In fact, they concentrate on the Ribble river. The Ribble-surname Coat, aside from looking like the makings of the Randolph and Dunham Shields, uses a gold lion on blue (!!!), facing forward like the Kent lion, and in the same position too.

I know a person with a Rebel surname with Parkinson's disease, and the Ribble river starts in purple-lion Skipton. We expect Masons to practice incest and homosexuality, not to mention that their love of self-blood would tend to keep marriages in the family.

The Kent-surname write-up traces to Thatcham (Berkshire), which causes a peak at the Thatcher Coat; three grassHOPPERS proper. As Hobbits liked gold and green as their favorites (meaning that Tolkien may have liked those colors for his favorite types of hobbit families), note that the grasshoppers are green on gold. And let's not forget Red Skelton's (a Freemason) role as Clem KadiddleHOPPER.

Recall the Aschel Coat mentioned earlier in this update, for it could link to the two stones used beside the throne of the grand master in a Kent lodge. The Aschel Crest is a gold lion, perhaps the Kent and Ribble lion; after all the Aschel Coat's white-on-red triple chevron is identical to the one in the Singletary Coat. This same chevron was considered for acting as the breastplate of the eagle in the Masonic "Great Seal of the United States." BUT, it was also the symbol of the royals of Morgannwg/Glamorgan, in south Wales, which is where the Peregrin surname was concentrated. The same (i.e. in the same colors) triple chevron is used in the Arms of Cardiff (Welsh capital) to this day, on a flag held by the red Welsh dragon.

NOW, the Aschel uses "duce" in the motto, wherefore note that the Duke surname (first in Devon) has a Dook (also "Dookes" variation, smacking of "Took/Touques" (related to the Peregrins)! AND, the Dooks use ring-like wreathes!!! Surely, therefore, Tolkien's rings should at least touch on the Dook wreathes.

Ken't you just smell the dragon stench of Freemasons all over this? Liars; back-scratching, secret-keeping racketeers, and proud of it. How much blood has been spilt into their "holy" grails throughout the centuries?

If the Dukes/Dooks wreathes aren't rings, the Dutch Dykes do use them (drats, the Dyke Coat and Crest uses a squirrel, which I think I just saw in another Coat/Crest that I've lost). As per Took links to the Smith surname, I don't think it's coincidental that the Smith motto is "Semper Fidelis" while the Fiddle/Fidelow Crest uses a wreath. IN FACT, the "semper" term is used by the Lowry Coat...with laurel wreath in its grail!!

Compliments of Tim: the Sauro/Saura Coat, surname first found in Palerma, Sicily. It's a green dragon on gold. This family has got to be the Sauron character. The Palermo Coat: a unicorn.

Also from Tim: the Avellino/Abella Coat, first found in Sicily. This must be the family of Tolkien's Avallone, on his island of Eressea. The Avellino Coat is used, possibly, by the Acton Coat, surname first found in Kent. When we enter, "Wreath," we get the same Shield in colors reversed, as part of the Crea/Cree/Craith/Rae surname...that I traced both to the Cree natives and to the Rhea-Curete Zeus cult of Crete. Thus, Mormonism's infatuation with American natives.

When we enter "Ring," we get it listed under the Cran surname. The Coat uses crescents in the colors of the Creas/Crees (also "CRAY"), and the Crest uses what should be the Moray-Crest scroll. When we enter "Cran," rings (!!) in colors reversed from the Dutch Dykes.

The English Cran/CRAYne Coat uses a crane, it is said, but it has two hair-feathers on the back of its head, the same as the herons that I've been showing, e.g. the Savary and Orne Crests.

It just entered my head right now that the Algonquin natives may have been from the Elgin surname. Checking, I found the Elgin Coat to be in the Crea/Cree colors, BUT ALSO the Shield is in colors reversed from the Crae/Cree Shield. AND, as Picts are pegged as some American natives, the Elgins are said to be from Picts. I previously traced "Algonquin" (and its Elakomkwik alternative) to the Alex surname, wherefore see the Elgin write-up: "The first on record were Alexander and Augustine de Elgin in the year 1211."

The Elgin Shield is also the Avellino Shield; possibly, "Elgin" is short for "AvELLINo." For example, "Elwin" modifies to "Elguin." There is an Elwin Coat, in the same colors, using white crescents on red, the colors of the Irish Ring/Crans crescents. Recalling that the Irish Rings/Crans use what should be the Moray scroll, is it a coincidence that the Elgins were first in Morayshire??? See the white crescents on white again, in the Quinn/Cuin Coat, a surname that I thought of just now as per "AlgonQUIN." The Quinns may have derived from something like "Elguin," therefore, and the Algonquins may have been a mix of Elgins with Quinns.

In the seventh update of August, I shared these online quotes: "The Cree the name for a group of closely related Algonquian languages..." and "Not many years later, in 1790, the Periodical Accounts of the Moravian Missionaries described a group of Indians living west of Okak as 'Nascopies.'" NAZ-Copes? That is, were these part of Tolkien's the Nine Nazgul, Sauron's most powerful servants, from which the Peregrin Took hobbit escaped?

In my chapter, Minoan Origins of the Bretons, I touched on Tolkien terms when I was very green on the topic, and spoke on Mexico's founding:

...Moreover, the city of Mexico was named after the Mexica tribe of Aztecs, though the term was more exactly "Meshica," which is so much like the Meshech region in Asia Minor, "Mazaca," and the "Mazices" term used for north-African Amazons, that one can't help but toy with the connection. I had reasoned earlier that these "Indians" came by way of Alaska; I think I will need to re-consider. I think Tolkien sees them as Irish!"

What about Mexico origins in the Meschin branch of Maxtons who named Mexfield (i.e. Macclesfield)? Check out the Davenport page, said to be from Astbury of Cheshire, near Macclesfield? Could the Asts of that town have been the proto-Aztecs? INCREDIBLE! Look at the Astbury Shield, a copy of the Elgin and Avellino Shields!!!

The Astons of Cheshire use "Numine" for a motto term too.

The Bacon Coat is so comparable to the Elgin Coat (the Ashtons also use a black star on white!) that we must ask whether the major Rosicrucian, Francis Bacon, didn't write New Atlantis to depict America for its natives i.e. because he thought the important natives there were from Atlantean elements in Britain. Tolkien called his island of Numenor, "Atalante."

I have just read, while fishing for more clues in by Minoan chapter (Minoans were a branch of Zeus-cult Curetes), what the grail symbol of the Lowrys/Lavars may depict:

Then came to mind a laver, which is defined in my dictionary as: "In the ancient Jewish Temple, a large ceremonial vessel for washing." The term would be from the Latin, "lavare" = to wash. I have a hard time, however, reconciling a wash tub (even if utilized for washing the implements of animal sacrifices) with the axe [i.e. I was after the definition of "labrys"] that slaughters the animals, though it may be that a tub was used to catch the blood of the labrys victim."

Excellent!! Most Excellent. It pays well to jot down ideas on paper for later use. The holy grail paganists tell us that the holy grail is what caught the blood of Jesus when it dripped from his body. IN FACT, that's just a pagan idea transferred (cow-patty style) to Jesus from when they caught the blood of sacrificed animals in lavers. Thus: the Lavar surname, that modified to "Lowry" and "Lawry/Lorie," using a grail for a symbol.

IT WOULD BE EXPECTED FOR THE DAVINCI SCAM -- THE MAGDALENE CULT -- TO BE TIED TO THAT IRISH LAVER FAMILY. I did trace the Curetes to the Cruithne of Ireland, and then I did identify the Cruithne there as the Crea/Cree/Craithe surname under discussion above. The Cruithne became both the Picts and the Pretani>Britons.

Now we know why Mormons claim (falsely) that Jesus preached, as a serpent god, to some American natives. The Church of Latter Day Saints is a scam. Stay away. Mit Romney and Glenn Beck are Mormons. Beck wants us to honor George Washington, a Freemason. Keep distance.

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PS -- The Freemason program I watched last night touched on Paul Revere, and many involved in the Boston tea party, as Freemasons. Caution with the modern tea-party movement. The Revere/Redver Coat is the same as that of the Massins/Masons of Kent.

ALSO, the Craven Coat; it's the same sort of Shield as the Axtons>Actons, Elgins, Avellinos, etc., but in the colors of the Creas/Crees/Crays. The Craven motto includes "actione," in fact, and I think "Craven" could have become "Cran." Since the Meschins were from the Skiptons of Craven, note that the Crab Coat (and Crest) are the Macey and Macey/Mackay Coats. The "Quid" motto term of the Ashtons could be for the MacQuoid variation of the Mackays.

March 9

Since attempting to disrobe Tolkien codes last, I'm now armed with much better knowledge of particular elf- and dragon-important families. I should be able to put a deeper dent into his secrets. He had spirit beings, higher than hobbits, whom he liked. He called them Vala(r), and located them in Valinor: The Valar...are the Powers of Arda who live on the Western continent of Aman." The good thing about these codes is that they deal with the Arthurian cult, and even better, they appear to deal with that cult from its beginnings in Ireland, if I'm correct to see "Aman" as Manannan-Danaan Ireland, later escaped from war to the Isle of Man(n). In short, I view the Valar as the Curetes>Pretani>Brits that furnished the Arthurian Brits...and possibly the Alans of Brittany.

Yes, the proto-Alans of Dol, or mythical Elaine (Arthur's sister), could be the basis of "Valinor," for Tolkien made "Varda" the wife of the king of Arda, meaning that he could have likewise placed a "V" in front of "Alan" to devise his Valinor term.

Elaine was Arthur's half sister, but there's also an Arthur-related Elaine of Astolat (or "Shallot") that could apply. She was associated with Camelot. There was yet a "third" (i.e. could all be the same family in different settings) Elaine, daughter of a Pelles, smacking of the "Impelle" motto term in the Arthur-surname Coat. There is a Pelles Coat with a pelican (Arthur crest uses a pelican too) AND wreath (!) in the Crest.

Connection of the Arthurian cult to the nine Curetes and/or the nine witches of Avalon is in the nine rulers of Arda: "It seems clear from the quotation above that the Aratar were originally nine, and included Melkor (probably as the greatest of them), but he was removed from this 'order' after his rebellion." Elaine was the sister of Morgan Fay, chief-ess of Avalon, wherefore we expect her bloodline (i.e. the Valinor) in Avalon too.

OR, "Valinor" is not code for Elaine, but for Avalon. OR, mythical "Elaine" was developed from the "Alon" of "Avalon." OR/AND, the Alans of Dol were not from Alan Huns at all, but from AvALON.

Tolkien seems ridiculous where he gives the Valar an alternative bear-like name, exposing his use of "El" as a prefix, possible indicating Spanish elements:

"In Middle-earth, [Valar] were known by other names of Sindarin origin; for example they called Varda 'Elbereth'. Men knew them by many other names, sometimes referring to them as 'gods' at first. The Dwarves called Aule, their creator, Mahal.

"Aule" may or may not be another aspect of the Alans/Elaine. "Mahal" reminds me of Malahule, the son of Eystein (of Oppland blood) leading to the Briquessarts>Meschins. Note how "Aule" smacks of "MalAHULE." In fact, "Mal(a)" could have been a mere prefix on the root of the term, "(A)hule." In other words, the Aule dwarves ruled by Mahul may have been the Upland/Oppland bloodline of Halfdan/Halbadan to the Hopland/Copeland hobbits.

There is an Aule surname first found in Gascony. There is also a Hule surname, a variation of the Hull surname (uses Hall talbots). The Hull Crest is A dog's head [it's a talbot Lab) between two laurel branches. Very Meschin indeed, but looking like it has links to the laurel symbol of the Irish>Scot Lowrys/Lawrys. I think the latter were the Clare Rus (see yesterday for reason), as were the Eystein Rus through his other son, Ragnvald. I don't know whether Eystein's line through Malahule were technically Clares.

Tolkien reveals the Rhodian root of his Valar:

"In Sindarin, the equivalents to Vala and Valar would be Balan and Belain, respectively. They were not used in common language; it only survived in Orbelain and Cerch i Mbelain. In Sindarin, they were called Rodyn (singular Rodon) instead."

I'm open to the idea that "Sindarin" and "dwarves" are codes for the Darwin surname, but I also suspect that he simultaneously refers to Sintians from Lemnos i.e. the Darwins were from Lemnos' Sintians. This is not a stretch, for the dragon cult does trace to Lemnos as a principal. The following could be interesting as per the Singletary/Shingleton surname (said to be from "sengol"): "Elwe [or "Elu"] Singollo...or Sindicollo...was the ancient name of King Thingol." Keep in mind that a Sinclair variation, shown, is "Singular."

There's a Sing versus Sind play in those terms, as though the Singletons were from Sintians. The leader of the Valar, and king of Arda too, was made "Manwe Sulimo," smacking of the Solymi peoples of the Lydo-Lycian theater, where Ares was a major cult. That would easily connect with peoples on Lemnos. It is very likely that the Solymi were from the Manes>Attis>Lydus bloodline of Armenians-come-Phrygians.

Manwe was given an alternative in "Manawenuz," and we expect Venus, with her mate, Ares, to play a large role in Tolkien codes since he is bent on Rus bloodlines. Sauron himself was lumped in with the Maiar (secondary) branch of spirit beings, and since Sauron traces to southern Italy, the goddess Maya, at Maiello in Abruzzo, seems applicable. "The Valar ruled the Maiar, who were their students and assistants in governing Arda." This speaks of the subjugation of the Geryon Atlanteans by the Hercules-Rhodian Danaan>Danann.

Sauron appears lumped in with Atlas>Atlantean elements (because Maia was Atlas' mother). It is expected that Grecian Atlanteans ruled the sea world from Crete and Rhodes, but that "Atlas" was code for their founding of "Italia." There were Quirites among the Sabines of Abruzzo that became Roman-important. Quite possibly, the Saracens that Sauron depicted were not Arab-like as we think of Arabs, but simply the Ares-based Thracians of Atlantean Italy, as they evolved into the Mars(i) of Abruzzo, and later into the Mercians of the Mersey river...where Meschins married into the Taillebois/Talbot surname of Mercians. I should add that Tolkien's hobbits may have depicted the peoples of Hopland and/or Copeland before the Meschins arrived.

The Daphne cult was likely depicted by Tolkien as Mandos, husband of Este. "There are two figures in Greek mythology named Manto, one a daughter of Tiresias [father of Daphne], the other a daughter of Heracles." We then find that Tolkien made Lorien a brother of Mandos. It was Tolkien's Lothlorien term that led to the Lawry/Lowry family of grail importance (see earlier in this update). In Greek myth, Hercules rode to the far west in a ship of Helios (= the Danaan Rhodians) shaped like a grail.

Mandos was one of the nine Valar rulers, but so was Ulmo. Hmm, the Elmer surname of Daffy (i.e. Daphne) Duck importance? I think so:

" a Vala, and lord of the seas....He is known in the earlier writings by his Noldorin name Ylmir...

...He was said to be fearful to look upon to mortal eye, dressed like a giant wave in glittering green armour, blowing his great horn Ulumuri."

"Ylmir" certainly reflects the Aylmer variation of the Elmer surname. And look, the Elmer Coat uses ravens, a symbol of sea-faring vikings. ALSO, the English Elmer Chief uses a dolphin, a symbol of Daphne, but also of the sea. The Irish Elmer motto is Hallelujia, possibly code for the same-colored Hall Coat and it's talbots. The Swedish and German Hall Coats smack of the English Elmer Shield.

Thus, Mahal (ruler of the Aule) and Ulmo were of the Danann branch Atlanteans rather than the Maiar branch. This works where we define Mahal as the Malahule line of vikings, for as they were from HalfDan/HalbaDan, they should link back to the Danann. Another definition for "Halbadan" is of course Danes from Alba, which is what Scotland was called in Arthurian times.

The Spanish Alba Coat shows the Italian Apollo-surname tree with ten acorns (instead of nine), eight of them being on the left half of the tree. Is there a half-Dan idea in that arrangement??? In the Spanish Coat, "In front of the tree there is a black fox rampant."

Hmm, could the land of Alba have derived from "Aballava/Aballaba" (also called "Avalana").As the article above tells, Aballaba was called Burgh-on-Sands. Hmm. Could SINDar be an allusion to the Sands term? Was that latter term not about sand at all, but more about Sintians in Avalon? In France at the north end of Gascony (see map of Gaul), there were Celts by a Sintian-like name, Santones, living smack next to Celts with a Lemnos-like name, the Lemovices, and they in turn lived next to the Pictones. Picts lives in Alba!

There is an English Sand(e)s Coat in the colors of the Burghs, though the English Burghs use the colors of Spanish Burgos (in BrigantinoLand), and wreathes; see the big-O of the Spanish Burgos Coat.

The Sands surname was first found in Lancashire, close to Burgh-on-Sands. There is a Santon/Sintone surname found in the Borderlands (Burgh-on-Sands was at Carlyle on the English-Scottish border). The Santons/Sintones were first found at Selkirk of "Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale (Rosbrog, Eadaraig agus Srath Labhdair in Scottish Gaelic)" The Lauder surname reminds me of the Lorie/Lawry surname, and indeed Lauder variations include Lawder, Lawther, and Lauther...smacking of Tolkien's LothLorien code!! AMAZING. After seeing the motto term (Repullulat") of the Lauders, I couldn't recall where I had seen it. I also could not recall where I had seen the tree stump in the Lauder Crest. But when I reloaded the Lorie/Lawry Coat to be reminded of where they were first found, there was the identical stump in the Crest and a Repullulat motto!!!!!!!!! That's nine exclamation marks from me to Tolkien.

Thus, his Sindarin language should connect to the Santon/Sintone family. The Santones lived at a place now called Saintes. Entering "Saint" brings up the Sinclair Coat; the Sinclair Crest, a rooster=galina, could depict Gauls. Thus, there could be a connection between Lothian, where Sinclairs had their roost, and of Lawder/Lauther surname.

EXCELLENT! Entering "Lather" brings up a Burgh-like Lavar/Laufer Coat!! Yesterday, the Irish Lowry surname was emphasized, with Lavery and Glory variations that I think link to the Claver surname of Sinclair blood.

The English Lauder motto is "Sub umbra alarum tuarus,", and the Crest is a goose. Hmm, is that last motto term part of the "Sauron" entity? Both Lauder Coats use exactly the Italian Ali griffin, and the Alis were first found in Messina, exactly where the Saracens of Guiscard importance lived. Also, see the crescent in the Alar/D'Alar Coat, as per the "alarum" motto term. The Alars/D'Alars/Dallars were first in Poitou, beside the Santone and Lemovices Celts! I'm thinking Tolkien's "Teleri" elves. See also the Dallas' of Moray.

The Scottish Lauders place a red heart on their griffin, a symbol that I tend to link to Saracens (could the so-called "sacred heart of Jesus" of Catholicism apply here?). The Selkirk-surname Coat uses one red heart on white, the French Sauvage heart colors. The Selkirk Crest is a salamander in flames, wherefore I checked for a Mander Coat, and got a "Laus Deo" in the motto, the very phrase written atop of the Washington monument!!!!

ZOWIE, I traced the Washington monument to Dionysus' alternative name, Lysios. Dionysus was god on Lemnos likely of the Sintians there. BUT, I also traced Dionysus' mythical Maenads (wild women/transvestites) to the Maeander river!!! Thus, the Mander surname.

The Mander Crest is a "A plover (bird) proper with a green slip of oak with gold acorns in its mouth." That speaks of mythical Dryas (said to mean "oak" in Greek but likely depicting a dryas-like peoples), to which Dionysus was closely allied. I identified Dryas as the Odrysians, at Arda on the Hebros river (Thrace), whom I traced forward to the Atrebate Celts of Hampshire, England, exactly where the Meon peoples lived (i.e. I traced the Maeander-river Maeoni (proto-Lydians) to the Meons.

In fact, I suspect that the Maeoni were represented by mythical Manes...that Tolkien makes his favorite Valar ruler, Manwe Sulimo. If I recall correctly, the Solymi/Solymoi lived smack on the Maeander river dividing Lycia from Lydia.

I have a large article on the Solymi buried in my files, but suffice it for now to point out this concise online quote: "[The Solymoi were] fierce fighters that Bellerophontes (Bellerophon) was obliged to fight for the lord of Lykia (Lycia), Iobates; Bellerophontes' son, Isandros was later killed by Ares (god of War) in close battle with the Solymoi." Isandros??? Let's not forget that Bellerophon was allied with the Pegasus horse that issued from the Medusa Gorgon's death.

What is not likely a coincidence is that the Laus Deo phrase on the Washington monument was revealed to me by a Joseph Hampton/Ampton! There are SouthAmpton and NorthAmpton regions in relation to HAMPshire. The Arms of MacNeil (clan of Ireland), using nine locks to depict their nine branches, has a "Dryas" motto.

As the Valar gods are revealed by Tolkien's codes to be the Rhodians, note how the Mander Coat smacks of the Rhode Coat! In Bedfordshire (beside Northampton), there is a Sandy location that could be relevant. Lutan of Bedfordshire was also "Lintone," smacking of Lin Colony (i.e. Lincolnshire), also "Lindsey") where the Rhodes family was first found.

Tolkien had a "Namo" for yet another of the nine Valar rulers, a "keeper of the slain," whose wife was the Vere bloodline, apparently, for she is called, Vaire. She is said to be the Weaver of history (clever Tolkien). This Namo is alternatively, Mandos, or even "Badhron." Or, "The Sindarin name for Mandos is Bannoth," smacking of Ban/Bant, father of Lancelot. Indeed, Veres were pro-Lancaster red rose.

Tolkien was clearly speaking of the Veres, and their secret elvin bloodlines, for:

...A different Vaire appeared in some of Tolkien's earliest writings. In The Book of Lost Tales, she was an Elf of Tol Eressea. She and her husband Lindo tell the stories that would become the Silmarillion to the human mariner Aefwine/Eriol."

That Lindo code sure smacks of Lindos on Rhodes, supporting my suggestion that (of years ago) that "Tol Eressea" was code for Telchines/Tolkiens on Rothesay. Why did Tolkien change "Lindo" to "Mandos"? Perhaps due to Vere links to the Mander surname. It occurs to me now that the common "omnibus" motto term used also by the Manders could be code for a Man-like surname. There is an English Oman surname, "believed to be of Omanville in Normandy." The Omand variation smacks of Mander"!

As per the Ormand variation of the Omans, check out the grails in the Ormand Coat!! I've shown this Coat before (uses pelican-on-nest in Crest), with the makings of the Dunham and Randolph Coats, as the Butler Coat. In fact, as you can see, the Ormand Coat shows no Ormand-like variation, BUT the Butler Coat includes what must surely be a German Ormand/Butler Coat, if that helps to assure that Ormands were somehow of the Butler family. I doubt that "butler" derives from "bottle."

The Omans also have an Osmunderly variation. Weren't the Osmond singers MorMONS? The Osmund Coat is in Oman colors, and uses a dancette like the Ormand/Butler Coat. "The [Osmund] name, however, is a reference to Osmandville, on the River Bire in Bessin."

There's a Mund surname (using the Moor/More white-skinned Moor head) first found in Kent. It uses blue Indian peacocks, which I traced some months ago to Dionysus elements in India (as per myth where this god faught a war in India), but also to the Sinti/Sindi (!!) that had named the Indus region of India/Pakistan.

Check out also the Scottish Mon/Mont surname in the colors of the Mormon-surname Coat.

Hmm, I recall naming an update, "The Bad O-Men," referring to Obama's O-rings of bloodlines.

All in all, Tolkien has been busted wide open, and with this we can understand much better how Arthurian myth writers work, what they valued, and how stupidly they valued their own bloodline/ancestor cults. Behind their dragon symbols are feeble men, with more money than they deserve, with money as their power. Otherwise, their circles of power are less than a fat zero.

Would it be a coincidence that New York Democrat, Eric (Scandinavian name) Massa, is in the news (bashing the Obama administration)? The French Massa/Massey Coat shows "three chain boots" on a Shield with Massey colors (hmm, entering "Chain" brings up an Irish clan with Cheyne variation). Three boots are used also by the Boot Coat.

I mention this because the Butler/Ormand surname is said to derive from "bottle," and whether or not that's true, entering "Bottle" brings a Butel (Beatle-like) surname from Bootie of Liverpool, Lancashire.

See the green snake in the Harrison Crest, the all-seeing eye in the Starr Coat, the red heart of the Lennen Coat (it won't come up with "Lennon"), and the "son of Artan" derivation of the MacArtney surname. Did Illuminatists make the Beatles, a corrupting influence in the 1960s, great by giving them huge amounts of publicity?

Mormons baptized Rollo, ridiculously enough, this too adding to the building evidence that Tolkien codes partition the same bloodlines favored by Mormons. Look at how Mormons themselves may have used codes, for they call themselves "Latter Day Saints." If I suggested that these terms are codes for the Day/Dae (think the "Dea(gol)" Tolkien code) and Saint surnames, you might not believe it...until I showed the Latter Coat, a near-match with the Guiscard Coat!! See also the Brechin/Brichen Coat.

Note the Latter-surname variations: Latto, Lawtie, Laithis, Lautie, Latta, Lattay, Lathes, Lawta, Lawty, Lawtye, Lawtay, Lathis. Could these belong to the Lawry surname and the Tolkien code, Lothlorien," by which I found the Lorie/Lawry surname in the first place??? LOOK: "On Smeagol's birthday, he and his relative Deagol went fishing in the Gladden Fields north of Lothlorien. There, Deagol found the Ring after being pulled into the water by a fish."

The Latter/Latto surname is said to be from Lathis, a location in Ayrshire.

March 10

In today's update, you're going to find Tolkien's Big-O ring.

Would RINGO Starr be a coincidence should it prove to be true that the Beatles, out of Liverpool, were of a cult connected to the Bottle/Butil clan of Bootie, Liverpool? There is a Ringo/Ringorose Coat...with "A red rose between three black covered cups [= grails!]." The surname "is thought to be a combination of the names of two areas, Ringborough and Roos, both of which were held by the same Tenant in Chief." There is a Ringer Coat with the Masseys all over it, for they were linked to the Bellamys/Bells (see previous update page).

AMAZINGLY, I came to the Beatles and Bootie topic in the first place, late in yesterday's update, as a result of the short mention on the French Massa/Massey Coat. Coincidence?

Today I was to discuss things touching on Tolkien's Rivendell code. The best I have done so far for identifying the term is the Ribble river and/or Ribchester and/or further upstream the Ribble in Craven of Yorkshire. Liverpool happens to be located in Merseyside near the end of the Ribble. LOOK: the Ribble-surname Coat is the Ormand/Butler Coat except that there are 11 gold points instead of 10. I arrived to the Bottle/Butil surname and it's Bootie location in the first place (late yesterday) due to the Butler write-up's suggestion that the surname derives from "bottle."

This is all amazing to me, for my task for today, before getting into the topic at hand, was to figure out the following Tolkien codes: "The southern arm of the Bruinen flowed through the deep valley where Elrond founded the refuge of Imladris or Rivendell." I had (months ago) identified the Ribble river as the Barney Rubble code, but "Barney" was itself identified with Bruno/Brunswick (Germany) and their Bernician branch in Bryneich. The Bernicians ruled in Yorkshire, where the Ribble begins!

To highlight the idea coming to mind recently, that Tolkien's rings were also heraldic wreathes, he had Ringwraiths, or Ring-Wraiths, in relation to the Bruinen river. These were another name for the Nine Nazgul at Sauron's command.

A clue for locating Rivendell is "Ladris." I recall the Latter/Lathis surname found yesterday (as per "Latter Day Saints"); perhaps "Ladris" is to be understood as that surname with a "Rus" ending. The surname was first found in Ayrshire, NOT in relation to the Ribble river in the rose territories of Yorkshire and Lancashire. Perhaps the Rivendell founder, Elrond, can shed some light. As I figure that Tolkien used "El" prefixes, the root is Rond. There is a Norman Rond surname with Rondel and Rundle variations. When entering "Rundle," we get a Coat almost identical to the Alan (of Dol) Coat, but with laurel leaves instead of oak leaves. The Rundles were first in Rundale, Kent. On the other hand, perhaps ElRond depicted the Round surname, using rings (!). (It may prove helpful to record the Lattice surname of Essex, where the Rounds were first found, and I note that the Ladd/Ladon and Lader/Leader Coats use scallops in the same gold and black colors; I suspect that latter surname (pun not intended) because it sounds like "Latter" and was first in Durham, not far from the Ribble.)

Near the Bruinen is the Lonely Mountain also encoded, "Erebor," possibly the Eburs who founded York as Eboracum. The mountain is in the northeast of a Rhovanion (i.e. like "Rivendell") location. We at first think of the Rove surname (it's the Ralph Coat with ravens), then Rover (the black moor head of the German Moors), and finally Roper in colors reversed from the Rovers (these are also the colors of the Ladds and Laders/Leaders). I happened to see the Roper eagle moments before in the Bottie/Boddie Coat, but unfortunately, the locations of these surnames are all over the map so as not to pinpoint any one location.

I'm assuming that the Botties were a branch of the Botils of Bottie in Liverpool, Lancashire. In that way, the link can harmonize with the Tolkien fact that his "Dwarvin" ruled Erebor, for the Darwin surname was first in Lancashire while the related Darrin surname was first in Northumberland (the two are related because both use scallops on near-identical Shields). Moreover, the Darwins use gold scallops as do the Laders/Leaders of Durham, and Durham is to the immediate south of Northumberland and on the north border of Yorkshire. Perhaps Durham and Darwin were related terms. Hmm, the Durham-surname uses a "fert" motto term, perhaps code for Ferte-Mace and/or Frodo.

The Darwins lived on the Darwen(t) river of Lancashire; "The river passes below the Leeds and Liverpool Canal." Hmm, Leeds could be linked to the Lader/Leader, also "Leeder," surname. The Darwen meets the Ribble at Walton-le-Dale in South Ribble (near Ribchester). Hmm, could the "dell" on "Rivendell" be Walton-le-Dale? "The manor of Walton was granted by Henry de Lacy in about 1130 to Robert Banastre." I identify Banisters and Banes with mythical Ban, father of Lancelot.

The Darwin and Durham/Dirom terms smack of "Darby," which in Ireland, is "Dermott." I argued that Dermott is a Drummond variation, explaining why pre-tribulationism was founded (in the Catholic Apostolic Church/cult) by Henry Drummond (London banker), and soon-after pushed by John Darby of yet another Christian cult (Closed Brethren). I also suggested a trace of Drummonds to the Durham surname with Durrame and Dirom variations. In this picture, Darwens may have been Darby-branch Drummonds (even Tolkien interchanges a 'b' for an 'm').

Note that Dermotts and Rollo/Rollocks share the same blue boar heads. The Rollo Crest uses what looks like the black Sweeny boar.

The Derby surname is the same as "Derbyshire," and the Ropers were first in Derbyshire, but I'm having a hard time linking "Roper" to Tolkien's "Rhovanion." The raven-depicted Roves/Rolphs seems much better, and if fact "Rhovan" could be play on their ravens. Although Roves were first in Norfolk (as was the Roe/Rowe surname), well out of range of south the Ribble river, there is a Scottish Ralph Coat (assumed to be a Rove/Rolph branch) using the water bouge seen centrally on the Banister Coat, while Banisters were first in Lancashire.

The huge Anduin river flowed past Rhovanion, and as I'm on the Drummond topic, I think of the Andrew surname (black Moor head for a Crest) that was root of the Rosses of Ross-shire. The Scottish Ralphs were first smack beside Ross-shire in Nairn. HEY, HEY, the Nairn write-up: "derived from the Burgh of Nairn...," and the Nairn-surname Coat is a giant O-wreath in the colors of the giant O of the Burgos Coat.

I'm thinking that some part of the Andrew-Ross clan, for example the Ralphs/Roves of Nairn, were in the Ribble-river theater in and/or around Lancaster:

"The Anduin flowed [south or north] parallel to the Misty Mountains in a broad vale which formed the western part of Rhovanion, lying between the mountains and Mirkwood. After passing Lorien, the river farewelled the mountains and flowed through the Brown Lands..."

The Langwell stream is part of the headwaters of the Anduin and therefore flows out from the Misty mountains. There is only one Mist surname (first found in Kent) that comes up, but it's a variation of "Master." I don't see any Mist/Master links to Langs, Langfords, or Lances, but there could be other such surnames that I haven't found. The saw-like band of the Mists/Masters is used by the Middle and Mann surnames that I think play importantly in Tolkien codes. The Mist/Masters Coat uses the same griffins as does the Took/Tolkien Coat. There are some Massey-like surnames that use Most/Must variations. Entering "Missy" brings up the Massey Coat. The Mist/Masters Crest is a white unicorn, a symbol of the Shetland>Cheshire Maceys/Meschins.

The Langwell code smacks of Lancashire. As Banisters of Lancashire were in Cheshire with Meschins, and as I identify them as the "father" of Lancelot, behold what has just been found as a result of the "Langwell" code: the Lancell surname, with Lancelin variation, first found in Cheshire!!

I don't think I've yet seen the Lancelot surname, first found in Leicestershire.

The Langwell river was the name used by those who lived between it and the Greylin river, a horse peoples encoded, Eotheod, defined as: "a race of Northmen...The Eotheod renamed themselves Eorlingas or 'followers of Eorl', but in Sindarin they became known as the Rohirrim, or Horse-lords, and their country became known as Rohan, the Riddermark. " There is an English Rohan surname (smacks of Roe/Rowe>Rowan) that is derived in Rouen (Normandy), where Rollo ruled: "Rohan/Rowan is a place-name from in Rouen, the capital of Normandy. The surname was derived from the Viscountcy of Rohan, in Brittany..."

The Rowan variation smacks of "Rhovanion."

Does anyone recall my theory wherein "Rouen" was also "Romen," because the Romer and Rouen Coats (both using gold mascles) were nearly identical? The Rohan page above shows a Rome variation!! While the Rouen Coat shows nine gold mascles on red, the French Rohan Coat shows nine gold diamond stones on red. The English Rohans/Rowans (windmill design in Campbell colors) were first found in Durham, wherefore I peg them as the Raven-depicted vikings that settled both Shetland and Durham. See Tolkien's Rome code:

"The Rohirrim [of Rohan] had had contacts with elves in their ancient history, and knew of Eru [Ares-cult bloodlines?], but like the Dunedain [Danes, we can assume] they did not worship him in any temples. They seem to have highly valued the Vala Orome the Hunter, whom they called Bema. time of war every able men rode to meet the Muster of Rohan."

Is that latter term the Mist/Master surname? Or, there is a Muster/Mustard/Mousard Coat, same colors as the Musket/Mousquette surname with Must variation.

The alternative-English Rowe Coat uses the Macey Shield in colors reversed, and the Horse Coat uses the same Shield as the Bellamy Coat (= Macey/Massey ancestry). Note the red straps on the three white horses, for there are red straps on the three white bears in the Macey/Mackay Coat. I say this because, before I saw the Horse Coat, I entered "Orsi," as per the Norse word for horse, "hross," and got an Italian Coat with a bear...because "ursa" means bear. In other words, the bear symbol of the Maceys/Mackays may be due to their Horse and Horse-like branches who decided to use a bear as symbol instead of a horse.

The Irish Macey/Mackay Coat uses the Bellamy colors instead, and substitutes one of the bears with a wreath! The write-up tells of derivation of "MacEy" in "Aoid," and whether or not that's true, the term smacks of Tolkien's "Eotheod" (i.e. the horsemen-come-Rohans). As per the Riddermark code used for Tolkien's Rohan location (he also used "Strider"), the Rider Coat (surname first in Yorkshire) uses the same gold and blue colors.

There is a Ritter/Rutter/Rudder surname (first in Cheshire) in the colors of the Ruths/Rothers/Randolphs of Moray. Dan Rather was in the news last night; entering "Rather" brings up the same Coat. Note how "Ruther/Rather" smacks of "Arthur," who was given a bear symbol. The Dutch Ritters/Ruthers/Ruyters uses a horse.

I figured that "Robin" could be a Rowan variation, so see the Robin Coats: same as the Irish Macey/Mackay Shield. This begs the question of whether Batman and Robin were codes for these Rus families. There is a Batman/Bateman Coat (surname first in Derbyshire) with red crescents on gold!! The Bates/Bats Coat (surname first in Yorkshire) smacks of the Meschin Coat. The Scottish Randolph surname that I trace to Meschins uses horseshoes, and a bat for a Crest. The Bat surname (using bats) was first found in RUTland (Leicester).

The Bates Crest uses a "willow wand," no doubt code for the Willow(by) surname, which, because it uses a crowned king, could depict William the Conqueror. The William Coat also uses the "windmill." The write-up: "...they are traditionally believed to be descended from Brychan Brecheiniog who was Lord of Brecknock at the time of King Arthur of the Round Table. The mediaeval seat of the ancestors of the William family was at LLANGibby Castle in County Monmouth" (caps mine).

Let's enlarge upon:

"During the Third Age, first mention of the Eothiod [I'm assuming the Maceys/Mackays of northern Scotland] is when they migrated under their King Frumgar to the confined area between the rivers Langwell and Greylin, sources of the Great River Anduin, near where the Ered Mithrin met the Misty Mountains."

There is a Mith/Meth surname (first in Yorkshire) with a Massey-style Shield but in the colors of Maceys and the Middle/Mittle Coat. We're still wondering whether Middle-earth relates to the Middle surname, though it could depict the lands between Scotland and England, including Yorkshire. As per Frumgar, one king of the Eothiods-come-Rohans, I see that the Fromme Crest uses a greyhound between two branches of laurel in orle"), what could be code for the Grey/Gray surname, first in Northumberland.

The latter Coat is essentially the Sturt surname...which might itself be Tolkien's Stoor code (i.e. Stoor-branch hobbits). When entering "Sture," the Stower/Stouer surname comes up, evoking the Stow/Stout surname, and indeed they share similar Coats...comparable to the two Drummond Coats! (I did suspect that the raven-depicted Stout vikings of Shetland were both proto-Stewarts and proto-Drummonds.) There is a German Sturm/Sturman Coat that is almost exactly the Stower/Stouer Coat.

But a day or two before finding that this morning, I opened an email from FE, where she showed the Stormy/Sturmy Coat using the same lion design (not plentiful so far as the lion designs I've seen) as the Kent surname (Kent was founded by two horse myth codes, one being "Horsa," smacking of the mythical CENTaurs). At the time, I didn't know what to do with the Stormy surname, except to link it tentatively to the Stoors, and wait to see if it should come up in my hunts. Indeed it did come up mas the German Sturm surname!

There are Storys/Sturys of Northumberland that might apply to Tolkien's Stoors.

In a list of kings of Rohan, three catch my eye, Brego, Frea, and Freawine, perhaps the Eystein>Briquessarts that the Meschins derive from, and the Frey-based Frisians to which the Cheshire Masseys trace. The first king, Eorl, might just depict the Hurl/Herle surname (first found in Northumberland) using a Meschin-like Shield!

Eorl is made the son of Leod, wherefore see the Leod/MacLeod/MacCloud Coat. This family was from the Hebrides (i.e. northern Scotland, where Maceys/Mackays were from), and uses Macey/Mackay colors. BUT, as per its "Hold Fast" motto, they should be linked to the "Grip fast" motto of the same-colored Leslies. The Irish Leslies (same colors again) were from a Leod-like surname: "First found in County Donegal, where the Annals of Loch Ce mention the death of John O'Loisde..."

I recognized the MacLeod castle as the Portuguese Couto castle, which has what could be the German-Drummond waves underneath. The English Couts were from Aberdeenshire, same as the Scottish Leslies. The same castle is used (with green snake) in the Crest of the Innes Coat (same colors again, white Zionist stars on blue). There was "a barony of Innes in Urquhart." That it, I see an alliance of the Leods with Tolkien's mean Orcs/Orks.

As per the Rohan king, Aldor, perhaps the Aldon surname of Westmorland (beside Copeland); the Coat is very similar to the Sturt and Grey Coats. There were Altons first in Lancashire. As the Aldor term seems to speak of the proto-Stewart Alans, note that their follows a Goldwine king (of Rohan) while the Goldwin Coat uses the Alan Shield. The Goldwins are properly the Godwins/Goodwines, first found in Yorkshire.

Hmm, earlier in this update page: "The Tooks/Tolkiens were first in Kent, the write-up being more particular by placing their seat at Godington [of Kent]..." IN FACT, I now find that the Godding/Godden Shield (first in Kent!!) is identical to the German/Bavarian Strum/Sturman Shield, AND BEHOLD, there is a German Goding Coat with a BIG-O (!!!) identical to the Big-O (in Took/Tolkien colors) of the Spanish Burgos. Let's not forget Tolkien's Brego (king of Rohan).

As per Gram, king of the Rohan, we find the Gram/Graham surname ("Montross" variation) with scallops in the Chief as with the Pattersons (first in Ross-shire) and Russells. AND, the German Grahams use a heart (Saracen-Rus symbol), but not red. If Tolkien had gremlins, this surname is suspect, for it has a Gremling variation. The Crams and Crammers use Macey Shields. See also the ram of the Kram(mers) of Bavaria, and compare with the Macey-like Shield of the English Ramms...using the same ram design!

One gets the impression that Grams and Rams were one stock, and indeed the Ram write-up: "First found in Essex where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor of Metinges. Roger de Rames was granted sixteen acres at Metinges, as well as land at Ramesdune under Robert GRENon" (caps mine). The Grenon surname (uses Jerusalem-Templar cross) of Normandy should be a Gernon variation as per Ranulf de Gernon, son of Ranulf le Meschin. The Gernon surname is said to derive from "moustache"; not that I believe it, but the term smacks of Most/Must/Moust branches of the Meschins, possibly Tolkien's "Muster of Rohan."

There is a Mettings surname (one giant crescent), first found in Essex...where the Rams were first found. The Mettings were more properly Motts and Dermotts! The Motleys of Shropshire? The reason for "Middle-earth"?

By the way, Hopland in California is located on the Russian River.

As per Helm Hammerhand, king of Rohan, the Hammer Coat uses two dolphins in the colors of Grenons. Two dolphins are used in the DurHAM Crest, meaning that Hammers may have picked up on that surname's Ham portion. The Hammer write-up: "...once having lived in the village of Hamer in the parish of Rochdale in the county of Lancashire." I recall a trace of Rockefellers to this Rochdale.

I introduced the Rove surname in today's update yesterday afternoon, just hours before Karl Rove appeared on Fox News' Sean Hannity show. I did not know that Rove was going to be television at all. This convinces me that I am still on Schedule, and that the Rove/Rowe surname is correctly tied to Tolkien's Rohan fold of viking bloodlines.

Eric Massa appeared on Fox News' Glenn Beck show last night, as per his attack on RAHM Emanual. There is a Rahm surname (uses the Kay bird), with Rahon (!) and Raphin variations!! The Kay bird is used black on white like the raven of the Roth Coat.

As per Roe v Wade, see the Meschin-smacking Wade Coat, surname first found in Durham. Wade should be a variation of the Quade and therefore linked to the MacQuoid variation of the Maceys/MacKays. Entering "Quay" brings up the Macey/Mackay Coat.

Entering "Quaint" brings up the Sween/Queen/Swan surname of the Hebrides. Note in the Irish Sweeny Coat that "'MacSweeney of the Battleaxes'...later became attached to the MacCarthys in the south and acquired their own territories and castles in MusKerry in county Cork." Muskerry? Entering Musk or Must brings up the Musket/Mousquette Coat. The English Swine/Swyne Coat (surname first in Yorkshire) is essentially the Irish Sween Coat.

In Iraq:

"BAGHDAD -- A controversy over the disqualification of candidates threatened [yesterday] to undermine the legitimacy of Iraq's recent elections and inflame supporters of a coalition seeking to topple the alliance led by the prime minister.

...The candidates were barred on election eve by a commission -- run by onetime U.S. ally Ahmed Chalabi and other Shiite politicians...Most of the 55 candidates who were disqualified belong to the Iraqiya list of former prime minister Ayad Allawi [a Shi'ite], which appears to have done well in secular and Sunni communities.

If the votes for the newly barred candidates are annulled...'It will be a very violent reaction,' Allawi said in an interview [yesterday]."

In other words, I am watching. This apparent crisis may not be, or it could be coupled with the start of a determined project, using the election issue as a springboard, of Sunni Baathists that will not end until the Western-backed Iraq is toppled.


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