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May 1

I was lamenting this morning that there isn't any news to report, when in one article I came across what is for me a stunning piece of proof for the Danish and/or Rollo ties of the Bellamys. Until now, I have not link Bellamys to the Rus; I've only found an online genealogy tracing Meschins to Rollo's brother. What's more amazing is that, yesterday, after ending the update, I did a little more in extension of the Stain=Stanford revelations, finding two Bellamy-like Coats of two Stain- and/or Stanford-related entities.

For example, as Admiral Vernon Clark photo is/was a chairman of the board of Stanford Research Institute (= an world-important organ of Stanford University), I found that Clarks use the Bellamy Shield with a crescent (Bellamys also use crescents). In light of the misfortunes of prime minister Brown of Britain, who appears to be going down fast to Cameron, note the Clark write-up: "...Camerons also show a tie with the Clarks."

Keep the blue lion in mind of the Clark Crest, as well as the "speravi" motto term that should link to the crescent-using Speers, for the Massins/Masons use a blue lion and "spiro spero" as a motto phrase. BUT, the blue on gold lion was the symbol of the Danes, and we are now going to see below how Bellamys were of the Harcourt Danes. Before leaving the Clark topic, and as evidence that the Clarks were indeed Bellamys of sorts, see the English Clark Coat , using the Macey and Macey/Mackay Shield in colors reversed (it's known that Hamon de Massey/Macey of Cheshire was directly from the house of Bellamy).

Before finding the Clark Coat, I found myself back at the Hazels. As they were first found in Cheshire, the Hazel Coat, using a Shield (by "Shield" I don't include the symbols, but do include bars, stripes, chevrons, etc) in colors reversed from the Bellamy Shield, and using three crescents in the same fashion as the Bellamy Coat, is likely evidence of Hazel linkage to the Bellamy>Macey family (also first found in Cheshire). For me, this is stunning, folks, because a variation of the Hazels is HARsewell/HARswell, which meant nothing to me yesterday. It was this morning that I found an amazing thing linking Bellamys to HARcourts!!!

But before getting to that, I want to say how I arrived to the Hazels in the first place. The Stain write-up: "However, the first on record was Sir William Staine who married into the Yarboroughs of Heslington Hall about the year 1100." Going to the Heslington Coat, I find a Moor head (same white-skinned one as in the Scottish Moor/More Crest, a surname that I link to Rollo of More)) in the crest and a green and white Shield, the colors of the Stanford Coat. A Moor head, drawn originally with a blind/scarf around its eyes, later developed as a band around the head) is expected in the Heslington family because I was linking the Stanford surname yesterday to the Russells>Saracens.

The point is, the Heslington write-up links to the Hazel surname, and moreover, the Heslingtons and Hazels both use roughly the same leaves, which are indeed hazel-tree leaves.

Keep in mind for the following that I identify the Saracens and/or Moors of Sicily and northern Africa with the Hannibal Tunisians, and then link "Tunis" to the Tanis (Egypt) based Hyksos. Also keep in mind that I traced the Arthurian cult to southern Italy and had them merged in Britain with the Hicks as to pave a way to a Hyksos link with the Arthurian cult/surname. I investigated the Yarboroughs because Stands/Stains (which were found in the first place as per the Arthur motto term, "obstantia") were related to them. The Yarborough Coat uses wreaths in blue and white, strikingly similar to the same in the Duke/Dook Coat. In the first few updates of March, the Dooks were mentioned and finally linked to the Took/Touques surname with Tolkien variation. The Stand/Stain Crest uses a wreath too.

This becomes an amazing find, for having realized (years ago) that "Tolkien" was a variation of "Telchine," a demonic peoples on Rhodes that I equate with the Danaan of Rhodes (from Tanis and therefore expected in Tunis), note that the Yarboroughs were first found in Lincolnshire, previously "Lin Colony" and "Lindsey," a location that I have traced back to the Rhodes city of Lindos, exactly the city where Greek myth places the Danaans fresh out of Egypt!!! For new readers, the Rhodes surname was first found in Lincolnshire. Keep in mind that when we're tracing the Saracen-Rus, we're tracing the Thraco-Ares cult out of Rhodes and into Redone France, where the Rodes/Rodez surname took root as a branch of the British Rhodes'.

Keep in mind that the Yarboroughs use a falcon in the Crest, for the Bellamy tie to the Harcourt Danes, found this morning, relates to the proto-Fulks of Anjou...i.e. who might use a falcon as symbol. In consideration of the Hick/Hack topic that I'm about to re-enter, consider that Fulks may have been named after the falcon because Hicks/Hacks use Hauk/Hawk-like variations (e.g Axelrod/Hawkeswell) that surely formed (or derived from) a Hawk surname. The Hawk surname is said to derive from "Halke," what could easily have been Falk/Falken/Fulk surname. The Hawks and Falks use the same gold and black colors, and the Falks/Falkens use falcon wings. both use hawks/falcons. Hawks were first found in Lincolnshire.

The Italian Fulk Coat is similar to the Scottish Stewart Coat, and a virtual match with the Massi/Mattei Coat. The latter surname from northern Italy is the one I trace from Massino-Visconti to the proto-Stewarts of Dol, to the Massin/Masons of Kent (where Tolkiens were first found).

The English Hawks/Hauks use "pilgrim's staves" for symbols, the same used in the Pilgrim Coat (in the Hawks colors). The Pilgrim Crest looks like an Arab/Saracen scimitar. Variations of the Italian Fulks -- Fulceri, Folcieri, Fulgeri -- look a little like "Pilgrim." Variations of the latter, any one of which may have been the earliest form, are Pegram, Pegrem, Pelerin, and Peregrine.

As I trace the proto-Fulks to Harcourts, we might find that YARboroughs were HARcourts (we're keeping in mind that Hyksos DANaans are expected among the Harcourt DANES). Entering Harr brings up gold crescents on red (= color of the Bellamy crescents) AND the black-on-white griffin heads used in the Took/Tolkien Coat!!

The Yarborough Crest is a falcon on a pheasant. I recalled writing on a pheasant symbol recently, and found it in the third update of March while in the midst of unveiling Tolkien's hobbits within the Meschin fold of Copes', Hobbs/Hopps, etc. I wrote:

There's also an English Choppen Coat in colors reversed from the Macey/Mackay Shield (featuring green pheasants). Thunderin' shotgun pellets, there is a Pheasant surname in the Bellamy colors, and the Pheasants/Fessants were first found in Middlesex, where the Bezants were first found, the latter using the Massey Shield!

I assume that Yarrs (Savage-like format and colors) are related to Yarboroughs. The Yarr write-up: "first recorded in Yarrowhall, near Hexham." Hexham seems close enough to "Hicks" and the Cheshire Hicksons/Hixons that I checked for a Hex surname. I was stunned to find a stag head like the stag head used in the Hanna Coat. And, Hannas and Yarboroughs use the same colors.

I've been keeping an eye out for any surname using the Hanna stag exactly, without luck, but the Hex stag comes very close. If the stag represents a family match, it tends to add to the evidence that Hanninbal's Tunisians were Hyksos (who I view as the Egyptians under whom the Israelites were slaves, as per Moses).

The Hex surname is itself very interesting where we read: variations of this family name include: Heck, Hecke, van Heck, van Hecke, van den Hecke and others. First found in Flanders...In their later history the name became a power unto themselves and were elevated to the ranks of nobility as they grew into this most influential family." Flanders? Possible Flemings here. Note that the Scottish Hykes/Hakkes use Scottish-Fleming colors, AND ZOWIE, I just came across the English Hicks/Hix Coat using a stag in the crest that looks more like the Hanna stag than does the Heck/Hex stag. Is that a wreath around the stag's neck? The Hanna stag has a bell around its neck!

This is a good place to re-mention that the stag symbol is used by Hungarian myth and therefore represents proto-Hungarians that furnished the Arpad dynasty of Hungarians. I trace "Arpad," and "Arad" on the Hungary-Transylvania border, to Arvad/Arados in Syria, which place I realized was the beginnings of the Ares cult it merged with the Aphrodite cult (said my myth writers to be) born in nearby Cyprus. In other words, I trace Arvad/Arpad/Arados in Syria to Rhodes on the one hand, and to a line of Ares worshipers in Thrace that moved north into Arad and Oradea of Transylvania, where the ancestors of the Hungarian Arpads the Carpae/Arpii peoples on the Black sea coast to the west of the CARPathian mountains. Thus, one might link Hungarians to the Arphaxadite side of the Hyksos.

We assume that the Dutch Heck/Heckel/Hack surname represents the Hex branch of Flanders (for Flanders is in the Netherlands), and in the Heck Coat we find a goat in the white color of the goat in the Stanford Coat. The Dutch Heck/Hack Coat is white on black, the colors of the English Hack Coat that comes up when one enters "Hykes."

Okay, I've exhausted that part of today's topic. Now for what I find amazing. It started when I was skimming the news this morning, coming to this: "The President of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, told Forbes that global governance is extremely necessary if we want to prevent another financial crisis."

Before reading the article, I checked for a Trichet surname, and found one, apparently, using Picardy and Picardy-like variations. At first I thought it was an error on the part of, for there are no Trichet-like variations shown at all. In any case, I saw in the Picard Coat what I thought could be the Massin/Mason lion in reverse colors. You'll note that there are plenty of card/cart endings in Picard variations, which terms I suspect may be from "Carthage" (in Tunisia). The Hannas use "ardua" for a motto term, and we see roughly the same in PicARDY.

I noted the Picard write-up: "First found in Brittany where they held a family seat in the seigneurie of Vieilleville, an honor held by the family for several centuries." This was becoming interesting, as I had traced the Massins of Massino-Visconti to the proto-Stewarts of Dol, Brittany. Keep in mind that I trace "Dol" to the House of Dulo from which Atilla came, and that Hungarian Arpads trace themselves to this same Atilla. Also, I ultimately found that Meschins trace, via the Poles, back to the Mures-based Transylvanians (= Murat-named Moravians of Khazar background) that were direct ancestors of the Hungarian Arpads.

The Vieilleville location in the Picard write-up caught my eye, for I recalled a similar term that was in the ancestry of the Beaumonts/Bellmonts...who I think are the Bellamys. The below-mentioned Humphrey de Vieilles was the father of the Beaumonts. Checking my files for "Vieille," I found the term in "The Rest of This Book," the final section of my Draco-Ladon book that I have yet to finish (there's a too-big mountain of material I have not yet published). I was desperate to find the roots of Ingelger, the ancestor of the Fulks. I wrote:

Note the underlined "Viell" term, for it smacks of the Vielles surname of Torville. I had an inkling once that Ingelger's father belonged to Torville, which place was also "Torcy." Ingelger's legendary/mythcode grandfather and father were made Torquatius and Tortulus respectively (no one knows who these men were). The latter term evokes Torfulus de Harcourt (born after Ingelger's birth), father of Turchitel de Harcourt, whose brother, Tourude, was the father of Humphrey de Vieilles (born after 980). I don't think these similarities are coincidences; I think Ingelger stemmed from this Torville family, wherefore he was a Harcourt on one side. Understand that I had traced Ingelger to Torville for yet another reason (i.e. before I saw these similarities of terms), though at that time I had no reason to link him to the Vielle surname. Nor did I have any clue as to how a Torville family of Danes could link to Anjou, but suddenly the similarity between Viell and Vieilles may give the answer. Furthermore, I knew that the Danes of the period used three blue lions on gold, and although I suspected that this symbol traced to Anjou's three gold lions on blue, I didn't know how.

AMAZING! Compare Torcy, Torquatius and Turchetil to the Trichet surname above that brings up the Picardy Coat. I think I have just found the family roots of Ingelger. Just as we see (in the above quote) gold lions on blue (used by Geoffrey Plantagenet, for example, an important Fulk from Anjou), so the Trichet/Picardy surname uses a gold lion on blue.

Torcy is in Picardy (!) in the Beauvais arrondissement. We then find:

"Beauvais was known to the Romans as Bratuspantium...The post-Renaissance Latin rendering is Bellovacum from the Belgic tribe the Bellovaci, whose capital it was."

Potentially, the Bells>Bellamys were named after the Bellovaci Belgians, and the Beaumonts after the later Beauvais spelling of their city, but in any case, I think I have just linked the president of the European Central Bank squarely to the Bellamy fold at the roots of the Fulks.

I hold a theory that the Bell and Campbell surnames trace back to Abellino/Avellinus (southern Italy), so note a further quote: "Beauvais lies at the foot of wooded hills on the left bank of the Therain at its confluence with the Avelon." The Scottish Picard Coat uses the same windmill-like design as the Campbell Coat. These Picards were first found in Moray (explaining the blue and white colors of the Coat).

The Bellovaci article (Wikipedia) mentions possibly Bellovaci links to the pre-Mars goddess of War, Bellona:

"Bellona was an Ancient Roman war goddess. supposed by many to have been the Romans' original war deity, predating the identification of Mars with Ares. She accompanied Mars into battle and is taken variously as his sister, wife or daughter...She [with Mars as mate] is also the mother of Romulus and Remus, The legendary founders of Rome."

Very good, for Remus and Romulus were nursed by a she wolf, which identify with the Hirpini (= "wolf peoples") at Abellino. The article shows a black sculpture of Bellona made by a Rodin surname, and tells of her earlier name, Duellona, possibly after the Telchines of Rhodes. Rembrandt has her in black and gold. She was clearly an aspect of the Ares Rus, and in fact she is thought to be of the Etruscans, what I deem a Rus peoples who founded Rome. I had traced the Hyksos to Troy/Tros, then the Etruscans, before some of them formed Odin-cult Scandinavians.

Tim sent me heraldry evidence that the Avellino/Abella surname was first found in Sicily. The Spanish Bello/Bellon Coat (in four Bellamy colors) uses scallops, what I think are symbols of mythical Scylla (eastern Sicily) and the Sicel founders of Sicily. Scylla and its monstrous partner, Charybdis, were likened in myth to wolves. I had traced Charybdis to Transylvania's Arpii/Carpae, and the Scylla/Sicel monster to the Transylvanian Szekely peoples, claimers to Hungarian-Arpad ancestry. The mythical Rhea Silvia (at the founding of Rome) was traced (by me) to TranSYLVANIA itself, now Romania. Rhae Silva, of Trojan descent (Troy was also "Illium"), is, like Bellona, made the mother of Remus and Romulus:

"Rhea Silvia (also written as Rea Silvia), and also known as Ilia, was the mythical mother of the twins Romulus and Remus, who founded the city of Rome."

A way to explain the Silva=Bellona equation is that Apollo depicted, as per my opinion, the Dacian branch of the Getae Thracians, who lived in the Carpathians next to the Arpi/Carpae. I believe that Apollo's harp symbol depicted the Arpii. The Apollo cult, known widely as a wolf-honoring peoples, then named Avellinus>Abellino, wherefore the Hirpini of Avellinus must have been a branch of the Arpii. And that's how Transylvanians co-founded Rome.

But one needs to identify the Transylvanians also with the Ares cult, thus explaining why Ares>Mars fathered the wolf-twin founders of Rome. Ares was essentially the Thracian peoples. I trace "Saracen" to "Thrace," and now that I mention it, the Trichet surname smacks of the same. I've identified the dragon of Ares as "Thraco" itself, but more in particular the Arphaxadites among the Ares cult...who must have evolved into the Arpii.

For the serious investigator of Rollo lines, I should add the rest of the Vieilles quote from the Rest of This Book:

The Vieilles surname (the term means "old" in French) may have been play-on-words from "Veulles" (can be found online as the alternative of "Vieilles"), what may have been the truer spelling. When I searched "Veulles" just now, I found the following location close to Humphrey de Vieilles birthplace: "Small city of Veulles Les Roses along the coast of Normandy France." Humphrey was born in Pont Audemer, Normandy (where his father had ruled), directly west of Rouen (= Rollo's capital) and near the Atlantic coast. Humphrey de Vieilles was so styled after the village if Vieilles, which Wikipedia says is now part of the commune of Beaumont-le-Roger (named after Humphrey's son) in the Eure departement, Normandy. In the course of this search, I found Varengeville, on the ocean coast just 10 miles from Veulles Les Roses.

Back to the Trichet article:

"...In his prepared printed and spoken remarks to the Council on Foreign Relations, Trichet emphasized that politicians, economists, and financiers must work across the Atlantic and collaborate on methods to create an international set of standards. It is his belief that through global governance, the resiliency of the global financial system can be assured, noting that ultimately it was governments' use of taxpayer's money, equivalent to around 25% of GDP on both sides of the Atlantic, that prevented another catastrophic great depression from occurring."

Clearly, Trichet is highlighting Obama's plan, which many consider a non-plan or even a scam, to push his global government. That suggests that Obama could be of the Trichet circle. That speaks loudly for a skincode system pushed by Obama and supported by European globalism. But, admittedly, things must move along very quickly for a mandatory skincode system to be implemented under Obama, by the early part of Obama's second presidential term (Jan. 2013-17).

The Thracians dragons of the modern day wish to burn us in the name of something good for us. We, the lowly workers, are being asked to save their planet, but because we don't relish the idea, the faces of the modern Draconists are becoming meaner, demanding, no longer asking.

The Barbo/Barbera surname of Spain lived in Tarragona. An old penpal on the dragon hunt, Greenway, once suggested that "Taragon" is a dragon term. It sure does reflect "Thracian/Trojan." You may know that the creators of the Flintstones were the Hanna-Barbera team. You can see the Moreno/Moratin castle in the Barbera Coat above, a symbol, I think, of Mauritanian Moors. The French Barbo/Barbeau surname uses gold lions on blue, the Trichet/Picardy lion color, and, like the Trichets/Picards, the French Barbos were first found in Brittany.

The Italian Barbera Coat uses red fish on white, similar but not exactly like the red hake/cod fish in the Scottish Hykes Coat. The write-up traces Barberas first to Sicily, then to northern Italy. One wonders if the Langobards, sported in Scandinavian myth as long beards, was play-on-words for the Barbera/Barbo family.

Like the Bellons of France (who I suspect came from southern Italy as the bull-worshiping Hyksos that founded the bull cult among Tyrrhenians=Etruscans), Scottish Barbers use red the two colors of the Italian Barberas. A red scallop, and a red bull, is used by the English , a surname that should trace to the Sabines of Italy, co-founders of Rome with the Trojan-descended Romans.

I traced Trojans/Thracians back to the Turruku/Turukkaeans of Iran, and thought that they were the Taurus cult of Zeus formed by, or at least allied to, the Hyksos out of Egypt. The Hyksos worshiped the bull cult of Baal, and the Tanis branch Hyksos were on the Pelusiac river of the Nile Delta, which river was made mythical Belus, father of Danaus (= proto-Danaans), and as you can tell, the Bel cult of Britain's ancient Danann people (chief goddess = Dana) was the Baal cult among the Hyksos Danaans. Now we likely know that the Roman goddess, Bellona, thought to be of the Etruscans, was none other than the Baal cult of the Hyksos as they spread across Europe raping, killing, maiming, stealing, and hissing like this modern day they are the greediest bunch of Hell-bent jackasses whose stomachs are never satisfied, who must have yet more taxes to build their globalist empire, and we are to be very happy about it, or else.

You have noted that Obama wanted to befriend Turkey as one of the first foreign missions on his agenda. Is the modern O-Circle that of the ancient Turukku, therefore? God would have it no other way, that in the end times, Zeus himself, and all of his sons and daughters formed in countless adulterous relationships, should be the object of His Final Wrath, for God has tolerated the cult all-history long, smouldering inside slowly, painfully, as He watches on, until the Day of Bursting Anger.

Greenway stopped writing me, at least under that email name, after writing to me extensively for years on my mythology topics. She asked me to stress Egyptian myth one day when I really didn't want to get into it (Egyptian myth always looked unpalatable for me), and then got me looking to the Hyksos slightly. I never did know in those years that Hyksos out of Egypt would be central to my work today.

Shortly after giving Greenway free rights to use my writings to write her own book, I didn't hear from her again, except a time or two when I emailed to ask if she was okay. I think she began to think that my line of reasoning was veering to the nutty side, and I do understand that. But I think I have been correct in the nuttiest of ideas. Many thanks to her for her promptings. I suspect that she did not like my take on the Hyksos as the Egyptians who put Israelites to slavery. Some prefer to think that the Hyksos were the Israelites under Moses, and that such an idea is a great discovery. I don't know if that was how Greenway saw it.

May 2

"Jean-Claude Trichet (born 20 December 1942) is a French civil servant who is the current president of the European Central Bank, a position he has held since 2003. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlements. Trichet ranks 5th on Newsweek's list of the world's most powerful along with economic triumvirs Ben Bernanke (4th) and Masaaki Shirakawa (6th).

Trichet was born in Lyon, France to a Jewish family...

In 1987 Trichet became a member of an influential Washington-based financial advisory body, the Group of Thirty."

The numbers 30, 300, and 3,000 are used in the Samson myth (book of Judges), and there is today a Samson-honoring cult of Freemasons/illuminatists who ought yet to use those numbers as quasi-sacred to their causes.

During yesterday's update, I checked out the Trick surname as a possible Trichet variation. As per its Trigg variation, I tried "Drigg" and found a near-identical Coat, also using a green lion. I didn't bother to mention this in yesterday's update, not being sure how to link the green lion, but now I learn that Jead-Claude Trichet is from Lyon, and meanwhile it's burned in my head that the Scottish Lyon Coat uses a green lion. The write-up traces to Lyons-la-Foret in France.

My leanings are that the founding of Troy (in Mysia) by the Kabeiri cult (= Dardanus>Tros bloodline) was the Hyksos factor in the Trojan mix...that would go on as the founders of Peloponnesia. I've been asking whether mythical Pelops, whom I regard as the Baal cult of the Hyksos as it evolved into the Celtic Bel, was proto-Bellona, mythical foundress of Romans.

Years ago I did a search of goddesses using a torch in an effort to discover who the Statue of Liberty was. I found one article telling that Artemis was sometimes portrayed with a torch. But now I find that Bellona, who I have not heard of until this week, also used a torch. Since it seems that Bellona was the Abellino peoples named after known b-variations of "Apollo," a Bellona link to Artemis (Apollo's twin sister) makes sense. As proto-Apollo is mixed with Daphne in Syria and Phoenicia, I searched for Apollo in those parts and found him as Abilene, a region of Phoenicia, with a center at Abila.

If Bellona was an aspect of Pelops and Artemis together, it makes perfect sense in that Amazons of Themis (south-east Black sea, due north of Syria), after which ArTEMIS was named, moved in bulk to the Mysio-Lydian region...where Pelops ruled. AND, Pelops was given Hippodamia, an Amazon people, as a wife, where, if we ignore the hippo=horse suffix, "Damia" is likely a version of "Temis." This is the first time that I have seen the Damia-Temis equation, only because, thanks to seeking Bellona in Pelops, it was at this point that I figured Artemis Amazons to be linked to Pelops. That tends to verify that the statue of liberty is indeed Artemis, but also Bellona. Bellona was, after all, a Roman goddess of war, and that's exactly what Artemis was. Artemis' throne was covered in wolf fur.

I neglected to mention in the last update that Bellona, because she is found in an article of the Bellovaci Belgians, likely had a representation in Bologna of northern Italy, and Boulogne of France (on the west side of Picardy). That is, I long ago thought to trace Belgians (said by some to have been the Fir-Bolg branch of British Danann) to a Bologne>Boulogne line. The Fleming Templars of importance, such as Godfrey de Bouillon (hmm), were out of the Boulogne area. In any case, Belgian traces to ancient Phlegians (Peleg-ians?) seems possible.

As mythical terms representing Pamphylia came without the capital P, perhaps "Phlegian" was a expression of a P-less "Paphlagonia." A P-less Paphlagonia smacks of "Aflaq," the surname of a co-founder of the Baathists (Syria). Later in this update, I happen to mention that the Fleck surname has apparent links to the Baumberg surname out of Bamberg, a city that I trace to the Pamphylian relatives of Paphlagonians. That's because The Baumbergs and Flects both use white scallops on black. But so do Meschins, and they likely trace to the Muse cult among Mysians, who were led by Apollo. I lately concluded that "Apollo" (Greek = "Apollyon") and "Pollux" were a function of a P-less Paphlagonia.

In other words, a branch of proto-Bellona from Abilene of the Syria-Phoenicia border region should trace to Pelops-related Paphlagonians. We can see how terms like "Bologna" and "Boulogne" may derive from a P-less Paphlagonia. This is all new to me now. I've never before seen a possible Belgian link, nor Bologne link, to Paphlagonians. It's extremely important because I trace Babenburgs to Paphlagonians, and make Heneti Paphlagonians the root of the so-called Illuminati. It helps me to understand why the Cohens/Hohens of Germany --linked to Babenbergs -- had a strong hold of Flanders too.

I have a strong suspicion that Flemings, because I find evidence to link them to "Bellamy," were none other than Bellovaci Belgians (Flanders, said to be founded by Flemings, is partly in Belgium). As we expect Bellamys to have been in Cheshire -- though thus far I have only found their branches there under other names -- is it a coincidence that, at the sight of "Bellovaci" just now, the Billow surname came to mind, which turns out to be a Bellows family first in Cheshire??? The Bellows Crest is a wolf head, supporting a trace of the Bellovaci to the Abellino Hirpini, and the Artemis cult. Here's the write-up:

"The name has been spelled Bellowe, Bellow, Bellows...Ballow, Ballowe, Ballows...First found in Cheshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor of Moreton in the Wirral Peninsula. The name of the Norman noble who was granted lands at Moreton was interchangeably Bellet or Bellot of Callouville in Normandy, but emerged in the 12th century as Bellow or Bellows."

This is a good place to mention the Mary Magdalene cult that I traced to red-lion depicted proto-Stewarts (i.e. "D'Allens") of Brittany in conjunction with Mary- and Merit-like surnames, and therefore to the Murat Transylvanians at the root of Rollo's More and related Murrays of Moray. There is a Mariel variation of the Spanish Mur/Murat surname, and meanwhile the French Mariel/Mariotte Coat (surname is a Mary variation) has a "murs" motto term and uses, like the Lyons, a green/white lion on white/green. The French Mariels were first found in Brittany so that their stock is highly suspect as the Mary portion of the Magdalene cult.

As the Moreton location of the Bellows is in Merseyside, note the Mersey write-up: "Mersey is a place-name from at Meisi in Calvados, Normandy. However, the family is traditionally considered Breton, not Norman." I mentioned this surname not many days ago in relation to Maisy Mouse, because entering "Maisy" brings it up. I don't think it's a coincidence that we find "Massie" in Wikipedia's Moreton article: "...Moreton East and Moreton West & Saughall Massie." Massie is a shown Massey/Macey variation.

Calvados is not only where Meschins were first found, but we expect Bellamys there in some capacity (because the Masseys/Maceys came out of them). In other words, there is a potential Bellows=Bellamy link that I'm largely convinced of already. If the Statue of Liberty is Bellona, one could trace America's founding largely to the Bellows bloodline, and, consequently, in Flemings.

I'm keeping in mind here that the Hanna-Barbera cartoon, the Flintstones, has on the brain Flanders and the Vlaams/Flemings as per "Flint" and "Wilma." I had serious suspicions that Flanders founded Flintshire, or vice versa, but now I find that Moreton/Merseyside is smack beside Flintshire. In other words, if true that Flemings were Bellamys and that Bellamys had a Bellows branch (in Moreton/Merseyside), it appears that Flemings were indeed around Flintshire and Cheshire.

And if it's true that the Bellows/Bellamys trace to Apollo's cult in Abellino, then it explains why the Daphne cult was in Chester (very close to Flint), the Cheshire capital, and honored by the DAVENports of Cheshire. The Hanna Crest, in fact uses the black Davenport crosslet!

The Daphne cult is always extremely important because it traces to Harbiye/Daphne, a Syrian center that was made the capital of the Seleucids whom in the last days are supposed, we might suppose, to furnish the anti-Christ.

As we saw yesterday that the Bellovaci goddess, Bellona, was made the wife of Mars, and in consideration of my identification of mythical Mars as the Marsi Italians in Abruzzo, is it a coincidence that we find the Bellows -- a Bellovaci-like surname -- in Merseyville, a Marsi-like location???

Entering "Mercia" just now because I trace the Marsi to Mercia (England), I find crescents in the two colors of the Triggs and Driggs. I make that link to Triggs and Driggs, not due only to a matching color scheme, but because the Mercia surname was first found in Artois, a region of Picardy, while Triggs and Driggs appear to be variations of the Trichet/Picard surname (entering "Trichet" brings up the Picard surname; for reasons why, see yesterday's update that traces Trichets to Torcy-of-Picardy elements). Mercia-surname variations include Mercye, Mercyai, and other Mersey-like terms.

Further evidence that Bellows were Flemings is in their white cinquefoils on red, the colors of the Scottish Flemings (Wilma Flintstone was given a white dress and red hair). The Merseys use cinquefoils in black and white. The German Flemings use a wolf, and so does the Bellows Crest. The Irish Flemings use a bell pattern.

There is a German Bellows Coat, first found in Pomerania. Whenever I see a peoples in Pomerania, I think back to the Irish pirates called Fomorians, a Danaan sect of Fir Bolgs depicted by the Celt sun god, Lug. Amazing, for this can indeed link the Bellows to Belgians.

AND, Lug is thought to be the origin of both French locations of Lugdunum, which locations were also "Lyon"!! That's not a coincidence. The Trigg and Drigg Coats use a green lion, like the Lyon Coat, because they are from the same root in Lug elements: the Fir Bolg who evolved into Belgians, who in turn put forth the Bellovaci, who in turn put forth the Bellows surname. The German Bellows write-up:

"The ancestral castle was called Peest and was located in the district of Lauenburg-Butow. This castle was owned by Gerd von Below in 1335, and he is taken to be the founding father of many of the most prominent branches of the family. In the 14th century, they expanded into Mecklenburg and the Mark region. In Mecklenburg, the ancestral seat of the family was Below in the district of Wredenhagen in Mecklenburg-Schwerin."

All that to support a theory I hold, that the Maxwell and Maxton branches of Meschins were from Mechlenburg (beside Pomerania and often linked to it). This was Angle and Saxon country, and I now recall tracing a Middle-Eastern god, Angl-Thork, to Torcy elements (the Angles appear to be named after this god, and it was they, apparently, who founded Torcy/Torville).

Not only were Maxwells/Maxtons from the Borderlands between England and Scotland, but the Mechs/Macks/Makkes were likewise. I might not be mentioning that potential Maxwell-Mechlenburg link if not for the double headed black eagle in the German Bellow Coat, for the Maxwell/Makeswell Coat uses the same. Also, the Scottish Maxwell write-up tells of branches in Berwickshire, and that's where the Mech/Mack/Makkes surname was first found. That's also the home of the Arthur surname, and I should add that the Bernicians (= Barney Rubble) of Berwick's founding were eventually merged with Mercians.

My hunch is that, because early Makes-using spellings of Macclesfield (Cheshire) suggest links to Maxwells and/or Maxtons, Maccles(field) was named after the same entity that named Mechlen(burg). Out of such l-spellings, lead-ups to "Maxwell" formed. The Macclesfield-surname page shows "Macksfield" and "Maxfield" variations.

Davenports were important in Macclesfield, and Maxtons use the Davenport crosslet, or vice versa. The wolf symbol was in Macclesfield, in the Hugh Lupus family, wherefore one can begin to get the sense that Hugh's wolf symbol stemmed from the Bellows, and if true, that's all-the-more how Meschins (who ruled Cheshire after Hugh's son died) joined the Arthurian cult, for the goddess of the Bellows bloodline appears to trace back to Avellino, the root of Arthur's Avalon.

It then explains why Maxwells had a Pollock branch in Renfrewshire (the Maxwell write-up verifies this), a region opposite the island of Avalon (= Rothesay>Bute), and why Pollocks were merged closely with the Rothes. Although Maxwells don't use the gold and green of the Triggs and Driggs, the Pollocks might. There was a time when I entertained Pollux links to "Bologne," at which time I also held the theory that Pollocks were from Bologne>Boulogne elements. Bologne is near the Po river. If that theory holds, I would suggest that Pollocks are of Bellovaci>Belgian stock too, fully expected if Maxwells were.

Recall that "the ancestral castle [of the Bellows] was called Peest and was located in the district of Lauenburg-Butow." I maintain that the island of Rothesay>Bute links to Batavia(ans), an idea that asks whether there's a link to the Butow term above, which is also rendered, "Buetow." I trace European Amorites from Merowe/Meroe (now Sudan), which city was also "Bedewe," whom in Europe were the Batavi ancestors of the Merovingian Franks...who lived (on the Rhine) closely to the Flemings. I've identified the Batavi as mythical Bedivere, Arthur's special knight.

Batavi stock, in my opinion, was especially important on the Po river, for it appears that proto-Batavians named it. The river was also "Padus," smacking of Padua on/near the river's mouth. But Padua is also "Padova," smacking of the Batavi. It is to be expected that Padova, as with all of Venetia in which it sits as an important city, was founded by a branch of Heneti Paphlagonians. A P-less Paphlagonia is like "Pollock/Polk" too.

The curiosity is that Pollocks and Meschins trace to Poles/Polski so that a trace to Belgians suggests that they and Poles were from one stock: the Heneti Paphlagonians as they evolved in the Veneti. BUT LOOK, for the royal Poles to which the Pollocks and Meschines trace were of the Piast dynasty, a term smacking of the "Peest" we find in the Lauenburg-Butow quote above. You may have read where I traced "Piast" to Pisidians (lived next to or overlapping Pamphylians) at the Pisa location of Elis (Greece), where mythical Hippodamia, wife of Pelops, lived. We're keeping in mind that Pelops with Hippodamia was the Artemis-Bellona cult...that co-founded the Romans. Wikipedia:

"There can be little doubt that the Pamphylians and Pisidians were the same people...The legend related by Herodotus and Strabo, which ascribed the origin of the Pamphylians to a colony led into their country by Amphilochus and Calchas after the Trojan War, is merely a characteristic myth."

It's mythology, yes, but why were Pamphylians depicted by a P-less "Amphilochus," that is the question? He was made both a son and a brother of Alcmaeon, an Alcmene-like term that I would link to the Samson-Hercules line to Maeonians (Hercule's mother was Alcmene). That explains why Amphilochus is a myth term at Argos (i.e. Danaans ruled Argos for a time).

The article on Amphilochus exposes Pamphylians in the Syrian theater: "According to Herodotus, Amphilochus travelled farther east and founded a Poseidon [location] just beyond the mountain-pass 'gate' in the Amanus between Cilicia and Syria." That gets us very close to Harbiye/Daphne. After assuming that link, I read verification, for the other Amphilochus ("uncle" of the first) was made a son of Manto, daughter of Tiresias, father of Daphne (i.e. Daphne and Manto depicted two peoples so closely related as to be viewed as sisters out of Tyre). Years ago, I thought to trace Manto to Manda-branch Avars, and I hold that position to this day. I also maintain that Daphne depicted a branch of Laishians (= proto-Lasonii(=Ladon), fellow tribe with Pisidians/Pamphylians) in a mix with the Samson cult.

The above is cause for investigation to see how close the so-called "gate" of Amanus is to Harbiye (now Antakya, was Antioch). From one article: "The Nur Mountains...also known as Amanus or Gavur Mountains...A major pass through the[se] mountains known as the Syrian Gates is located of the town of Belen." Then, in the Belen article the "gate" is called the Belen Pass: "The Belen Pass is the main route across the mountains and joins the coastal city of Iskenderun with Antakya...Known in earlier times as 'Maziku Bagras'..." That latter term is reference to Meshech peoples of nearby Mazaca.,_Hatay

On the map of what was Baal and Lotan country, one can see Belen, where the goddess Anat served as his mate. While I trace Anat elements to the (H)Eneti Paphlagonians, I also see that "Anat" was the potential makings of "Antioch." If true, then Seleucus I named his son, Antiochus, after the Anat cult. Hmm, LOOKIE at the Antiochus article: "Silver coin of Antiochus I. The reverse shows Apollo seated on an omphalos." What's an omphalos but a phallic symbol of queer boxes? BUT, it also smacks of "Amphilocus" (!!!), who was in fact associated with the Apollo cult

In other words, it appears that Antiochus I, and his father, was from the Amphilochus branch of Pamphylians...explaining the "ochus" on the back of "Anti." What's amazing is that Christians first called themselves that in Antioch, while Antioch is also the place to which the anti-Christ is supposed to trace. Will the anti-Christ be of the Anat cult?

From the Antakya article: "[Antakya] is in a valley surrounded by mountains, the Nur Mountains (ancient Amanos) to the north and Mount Keldag (Jebel Akra) to the south..." How do you like that. Pamphylian founders of a city of Poseidon were right smack-on at Harbiye!! That mount Akra was traced (by me) to mount Acra at Jerusalem because "Harbiye" was traced to mount Gareb of Jerusalem.

As Baal (depicted by a bull) was the proto-Zeus cult, and as I identify Gareb and Harbiye with proto-Hera, note on the map above that there is a Reyhanli in the Harbiye region, which, if the term goes way back, could have been Rhae, "mother" of Zeus. Note the region of Saman(dag) too, for I trace the Samson cult to Maeonians so that "Saman" may be a Samson-Maeonian combo, which I would argue is proto-Hercules, son of Zeus. On the other hand, we see Kirikhan beside Belen, and that may have been the makings of "Heracles." "Saman" has similarity with "Amanos."

Lauenberg might itself have been named by the same peoples who named Luneburg-Brunswick, the other Barney Rubble entity linked to Bernicians (anciently "Bryneich-ians"). You may laugh at my insistence that Barney Rubble depicted the Brunswick>Bernician house, but the Maxwell write-up even has a Pebbles-like location that's relevant, and goes on to mention Berwick too:

"Another son Aymer de Maxwell was the first use the modern spelling of his surname; he migrated to the Scottish county of Peebles, where he was recorded as Eymer de Mackisuuell in 1262. Aymer married Mary, daughter of Sir Roland de Mearns, heiress of the barony of Renfrew from which would come the lines of Maxwell of Pollock and Maxwell of Calderwood. Branches were also established in Roxburgh and Berwick."

Now the Mearns Coat uses a "rake" design, what can be gleaned as a link to Hungarian Arpads. The same design is used by the Scottish Yonge/Yung Coat, a surname that I think links to "Hungary"...because the flag of king Stephen of Hungary was the same rake design. The English Youngs/Yonges use a black wolf in the Crest, the color of the Bellows wolf head.

I've suspected that so-called dancettes are rake designs too, to show linkage to Stephen's Arpads et al. I've just learned minutes ago, while seeking Bellows-of-Mechlenburg links, that entering Meck brings up a dancette in the colors of King Stephen. The major point is: the surname uses "Jungor" as a motto term. This may reveal that Mechlenburg was in-part an Hungarian Arpad entity. The Meck surname is also Meech, Meach and Mekie, which brings Mickey Mouse to mind again, and checking the Mickey/Michie Coat again, I now focus on a double headed eagle (used also by Bellows and Maxwells) in Meck colors.

The Dutch Mack/Mackay Coat hardens the proposed Meschin link to Mecklenburg, for it uses the Massey Shield and a Macklen variation. Suddenly, the Bellamy>Massey line appears linked to the Bellows of Mechlenburg. The Coat is in the colors of the Borderlands Macks/Mechs.

The Calderwoods of Maxwell are new to me. The Calderwoods lived first in Lanarkshire, where the Vere-Meschines of Cheshire landed, particularly in Blackwood, before they set up shop as earls of Moray. The Calderwood Coat shows the Moray stars. The Blackwood-surname Shield is the Bellamy Shield, apparently, and likewise uses crescents (Bellamy crescents are in Vere colors). The Blackwoods use gold stars on blue, the same as the Mack Coat above.

The idea struck me that Calders might be from Colters, for I traced COLTers (using a wagon wheel) to the Piast dynasty as per its creation after Piast KOLODziej "the Wheelwright." When the Colter Coat loaded, ZOWIE, they were first found in Lanarkshire!! Plus, they use the blue and white of the Calderwoods. The German Colters, first found in Baden, use the same colors. I had traced the Moray stars to the Piast king, Bezprym, as per the star being found in a Bez/Bes Coat.

I recall, when on the Colter trace to Piast, that I also linked the Kelt surname, and now I find the following Calder-like location: "First found in Perthshire, where they held a family seat from very early times on the old lands of Keltie, near Callander." There is a Colt/Celt surname that was also first in Perthshire.

These Calder links to the Piast Poles adds to the evidence that Maxwells were from the same Polish royals, which in turn makes it undeniable that Pollocks were simply, Poles in Scotland.

Now behold that I'm not crazy. I've previously ascertained that Barney and Betty Rubble depict the Barnier and Betty/Beaty surnames because one uses a white key on blue, and the other a blue key on white. But the Barnier surname, which shows a Barney variation, uses a fish that I came across in yesterday's update. I know it's the same fish because I was studying it hard when comparing it to Hykes fish. But seeing the Barnier/Barney fish just now, I couldn't recall what the other surname was. When I found it, it turned out to be -- drum roll please -- the Italian Barbera Coat!!!!!

So, now you know that the Joseph Barbera co-founder of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon had the Barney surname on the brain because his family was linked to it. This sort of finding is no small matter, as it breaks open wide the fact that cartoonists had bloodlines on the brain. Much can be revealed by this, ah, er, key.

Note that the Betty/Beaty surname, aside from using mascles (hollow diamonds representing Meschins/Masculines), was first found in Roxburghshire, where the Maxwells lived (at Maxton). I've mentioned before that the Betty Coat uses blue and black, the colors of Betty Rubble.

Bamm-Bamm Rubble depicts Bamberg in Bavaria. Note that while the Bamberg-surname write-up tells of Bavaria being Franconia at one time, the Coat shows a single red-on-white arm of the Franconian Rake, which rake is a part of the Arms of Bavaria. The arms of the Franconian Rake are of intermediate size between a dancette and the rakes of Stephen, the Yonges, and the Mearns. The Franconian Rake is in the colors of the Stephen rake for a political reason.

In the fifth update of April, I focused on the Hebrew Baum surname and suggested a link to Bamberg even though I didn't know then that the Bamberg surname page shows a Baumberg variation, and I wrote that "the Bellamy>Macey/Massey family which, as of only today, can be traced to Baums and/or Bamberg." I was suggesting that the Baumann surname was a Beaumont/Beauman, and therefore a Bellamy, variation, but I was also linking to the Bogens/Bowmen/Bowers/Bauers of Bavaria. Let me repeat that the French Baum Coat uses a dancette pattern.

I made solid links between the Baums and Butes in that update, suggesting that Bute/Avalon was a place ruled by elements of Baden (beside Bavaria, close to Bamberg) and/or the Betty/Beaty bloodline.

When one enters "Baumburg," the write-up is found: "The surname Baumburg was given to someone who lived in any of several places called Bamberg." Entering "Bamburg" gets yet another red and white Coat, this time an English one using Zionist stars. That's because "Baum" is a Hebrew name, meaning that Bamberg was founded, likely, by Hebrews. Peleg was the son of Eber, but his line did NOT go on to produce Israelites. The Bamburg Crest is a falcon holding a wreath/garland.

When one enters "Bamm," a Bemelberg surname comes up, first found in Baden. It uses a quartered Shield in the black and white colors of the quartered Shield of the Hohens of Nuremberg. I've just learned that Bemelbergs were indeed married to HohenZollerns. Both Babenburgs (founders of Bamberg) and Hohens of Zollern were from Austria, as were the Baumanns and Bauers. The Zollern-surname Coat shows the black and white quartered Shield, exactly like the Bamm/Bemelberg Coat.

I've shown some Hohen-family Arms using a club...just like the one used by Bamm-Bamm. I just read today that Phlegians conquered Crotona (southern Italy) in 480 BC. Crotona (from the Curetes?) was depicted by a king wielding a club. From the top of my chapter, Sparta's Menelaus-al Symptoms:

"When Pythagoras arrived at Croton, his first advice to the Crotoniates was to build a shrine of the Muses at the center of the city, to promote civic harmony and learning."

There is a legendary character, if not purely mythical, named Milo of Croton, who "dressed like Hercules in a lion's skin and carrying a club." The club symbol is seen in the Arms of the Brandenburg Electors, a Hohen family.

But Bamm-Bamm Rubble was not dressed in black and white, though he did have white hair. He may have been colored roughly after an Arms of Bamberg. As you can see in the Bamm-Bamm link, he himself, as an adult, was given a daughter, Roxy, smacking of Roxburgh (where the Betty surname was first found).

The "[Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show] was produced and directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, animation directed by Charles A. Nichols, and written by Neal Barbera...and Ken Spears." The Nichols/Nickles surname was first found in Cheshire (beside Flintshire).

Wikipedia's article on Hohenzollerns suggests roots in the Burcharding family (I've not focused on this before). At the Burcharding article, it appears that they (and Hohens) were Hebrews of the Avar Hun kind, just as I suspected of the Cohens!!

"The Hunfridings or Burchardings (Bouchardids) were a family of probably Alemannic origin who rose to prominence in their homeland, eventually becoming the first ducal dynasty of Swabia. The first known member of the family was Hunfrid, Margrave of Istria and, according to some sources, last Duke of Friuli under Charlemagne from 799."

After routing Merovingians, Charlemagne conquered Avars with assistance from about the time that Moravia was formed as an entity. Some Avar Khazars came over to Charlemagne's side and joined with his puppets in Friuli, thus spurring political marriages. It is these Hebrewish Avars that I suspect were at the roots of the Varangians, Cohens/Hohens, Fers/Veres, Fulks, and the Kabbala side of Rosicrucianism. I suspect that they were the self-same Murat-named Khazars of Transylvania that formed the Moravian part of the Rollo bloodline.

As the Avars -- and Hungarians from the Transylvanian Khazars -- laid claim to Atilla the Hun's bloodline, we are not surprised to find that the Burchardings were also HUNfridings. The Burchard Coat (using a crane) shows Burk-using variations, while the Irish Burk/Burgh Coat uses "Ung" three times in the motto. I've not thought to link that term of the Burghs to Hungary before, but now it fits.

Suddenly, we find the potential importance of the Burghs -- inside Zollern ancestry -- that were previously linked to illuminati importance; noble German Burghs were found in the Brunswick theater.

The Burk Crest is a mountain cat, but when we check the Bouchard variation of the Burchards, we find spotted leopards, a symbol, says Nicholas de Vere, of Transylvania!! In my chapter, "It was a Good Day for Cohen Salian," which is the only place where I can find mention of the Burchard link to HohenZollerns, I added that "'Zollern' derives from Tassilo von Zolorin...The German Burkhard Coat uses a Negroid head on the crest, a symbol of the Moors..." I had never linked the Burghs to the Burchards, but I did trace the Burgh surname, wow, to Berga, capital of Pamphylia. A stroke of luck? No, not when one knows that the illuminati traces to Pamphylians.

I'm now going to say what I was too afraid to suggest today, that "Zollern" refers to Attila's House of Dulo, and the Dol location of the proto-Stewarts. As the Stewarts named themselves, "Alan," and as the Attila Huns had formed a special alliance with Alan Huns as they reached across Europe as far as France, and moreover because the Bouchards are thought to be from Alemanni, I think it all fits: the dragon cult is from the Alans, in other words, the ancient Sarmations on the Tanais river, a peoples formed by Gargarian mixes with Amazons, who founded Hellenistic Greece, and made Israelites their main enemies, especially under the Seleucid Hellenists.

Tim's going to be happy about the next one, as he was the first to show pomegranates in heraldry. When one enters "Zoll," a Zollner Coat comes up, first found in Bavaria, and using only red and white Hohen colors. I couldn't even recall what the pomegranate discussion was, but finding it in the seventh update of February, just now, after writing all the above, I was astounded, absolutely astounded, for I was concentrating at the time on the crane symbol, and linking it to granite-like surnames such as Grenfeld/Grandfeld. Today, I find a crane in the Burchard Coat, and pomegranates in the Zollerns who ruled from them. Tim even suggested a Baumberg Coat that I had totally forgotten about. Here's what was written (square brackets today's comments) that fits nicely into today's discussion:

But that's not the point, for before finding the red-eared dog in the Nuremberg Crest, I saw it just five coats down as the KRENkingen Crest. I mean, this came just minutes after linking the Grenfeld "rest" [Arthur-surname symbol] to what appears to be a rest in the Oettingen-Oettingen Arms!

The same armoral page shows that Oettingens were also "Ottingers," so I had better record the Ottinger\Ottin Coat here, for it looks like a variation of the Nurnberg Coat of that page, which, a few Coats above it is shown also as the Zollern Coat (i.e. the HohenZollerns of Nuremberg).

NOW, this is amazing. For Tim had also sent a second surname he'd found using a pomegranate, as per the Bilson Coat. The only thing I could suggest to him then was connection with the Bils Coat [which I trace to the Bilis river of Paphlagonia, the place to which I trace Babenbergs], a Shield filled with black and gold checks. BUT NOW, seeing the black and gold quarters of the Ottinger Coat, I was in the process of asking myself what surname in the Ottinger family circle reflects "(Pome)Granite," when my eyes fell on the Grenfeld surname!! Astounding "coincidence." It's clear to me that Someone is sending us messages through Tim lately, many good clues to things extremely important.

I would suggest that the pomegranate depicts the Grenfeld/Kren(kingen) family...The last time I traced the pomegranate symbol was to Thomas Mallory, Arthurian myth writer, and his granite-like myth character [= Sir Gareth, see Feb 9]. The Malrau/Mallroy Coat uses a pomegranate in the colors of the Bilsons (thank you Tim).

Tim also suggested that "pomegranate" may have been code for Pomerania. I recall tracing the Bils surname from the Pamphylians of the Bilis river, Paphlagonia, to a river by virtually the same name in the Polabian theater i.e. at/beside Pomerania. Hmm. At this point, I should mention that the same armoral page has a Baumberg Coat, for I trace Pamphylians to Bamberg (Germany) and Bamburgh (Scotland). The Baumberg Coat shows three scallops in Meschin/Samson/Fleck colors.

...The German Kren Coat uses a crane, as does a corner of the Scottish Craney Coat (see verification) with "Gren" listed in its databank...Was anyone reading February [7] when on the topic of the crane goddess, Gerana (the term means "crane" in Greek)? It now appears that Gerana elements also used the pomegranate symbol."

At that time, I felt that the Kren- and Gren-using surnames linked to Ranulf de Gernon, son of Ranulph le Meschin. Gernons were from Montfiquet, Normandy, and may have been one with the Grenons of Normandy, who use the Templar cross of Jerusalem.

If you got to this article early today, before 10:30 am Central U.S. Time, then you missed an important addition inserted above. It traces Pamphylians for the first time to the city of Antioch, where they appear to be the makings of the Seleucid bloodline...out of which the anti-Christ could come. Use your find feature to find "co-founded the Romans," and read from there.

May 3

Before getting to the news, I'd like to add to yesterday's surprising find of Pamphylians in Harbiye/Daphne/Antioch. After leaving the computer, and asking how my expectation could be proved, that Pamphylians were Hyksos out of Egypt, I tried to remember the father's name of Amphilochus, the latter being the representation of Pamphylians. Although that father's name had an 'm', it sounds like "Avaris," the Hyksos Egyptian capital.

Before I go on, let me say that having Pamphylians in proto-Antioch near the Cilician-Syrian border is important because I traced them to Cilicia's Adana region, and to Cilicia's Kizzuwatna. The Adana region is where the Danaans out of Egypt were, who I link to Hyksos out of Egypt. AND, the way that Danaans out of Egypt got to Rhodes was through linkage with Arvad/Arados, in my opinion, which is on the Syrian coast.

The father I'm referring to is Amphiaraos, king of Argos, where Danaans ruled. I already made the connection between his family and the Danaans yesterday, because of Amphilochus' mythcode relationship to his "brother," Alcmaeon (sounds like Alcmene, Hercule's mother), but there is now an even better reason -- a master-stoke of evidence -- to link Pamphylians to the Danaans. Amphiaraos was made the son of Hypermnestra, the surviving daughter of Danaus!

I've always had a problem understanding what "(Hyper)mnestra" could depict, and settled on the god, Manes. But yesterday, we found the Amphilochus Pamphylians at Amanos, which term could have been responsible for the "mnes" portion of "mnestra." In any case, I am convinced that Pamphylians were Danaans in Adana. Adana over-lapped the Hatay region of Turkey that now holds Antakya:

"Adana lies in the heart of Çukurova, a geographical, economical and cultural region that covers the provinces of Mersin, Adana, Osmaniye and Hatay.

According to numerous sources, the name Adana is derived from the Hittite Adaniya of Kizzuwatna, while others contend that it is related to the legendary character Danaus, or to the Danaoi (Achaeans), a mythological Greek tribe."

There may be two men, not related to one another in any way, with the same name, who found cities of the same name that are not at all related to one another. Therefore, we should not rush to the conclusion that Tanis in Egypt, or the Danaus of the Greeks, named after a common Dan-like term, were related to the Israeli tribe of Dan.

It was shown from Wikipedia that Pamphylians and Pisidians are virtually the same peoples, yet with some distinctions. I trace Pisidians to the PosEIDON out of Africa that formed Phoenicians. I (and others) trace him in pre-Phoenician times to the Ethiopia of the times (included what is now Sudan/Merowe), to the Aten/Atun cult that furnished the Adonis cult in the Phoenicians-Syria stretch. AND, I've also identify the Aten cult as a Hyksos branch in Upper Egypt. In that picture, the Pisidians were Hyksos from Upper (south) Egypt, and Pamphylians were Hyksos out of Tanis and nearby Avaris in the Nile delta of Lower Egypt.

That's no small piece of clue, which I would not have found had I not been focusing on the Hyksos factor, in recent months, within the European illuminati. It tends to trace Hyksos to the family of tribes: Cabelees, Lasonii, Pisidians, and Pamphylians. Moreover, as per yesterday's hints that the Seleucids were related to Pamphylians, I now find, just this minute that Seleucus I (or his son) also named a Pisidian city, Antioch, after his son, suggesting a special Pisidian/Poseidon link to the Seleucid bloodline. "Colonists were brought [by Seleucus] from Magnesia on the Maeander to found Pisidian Antioch (the Land of Antiochus).",_Pisidia

Perfect, for the AlcMaeon myth term refers to the Manes line of Maeonians...who lived on the Maeander river. This now suggests that the Manes cult was infested with Pamphylian-based Hyksos; Hyksos of Avaris did in fact worship Min/Amun. The article tells that, at this Pisidian Antioch, a bull-god was worshiped called Men or Men Ascaenus, clearly linked, in my rushed opinion, to the Manes bloodline that married into the Kybele/Cybele cult (yes, the Cabelees).

Keep in mind that the myth term, "Alc," refers to "giants." Probably, the Nephilim cult = mythical Nephele = proto-Nibelungs...who have been traced (by me) to the Atun cult of France, in Autun.

Amphiaraos was made the son of Oecles, son of Mantius (king of Argos). It appears, therefore, that the Oecles term, which I am dumbfounded on (perhaps linked to "Eteocles"), is from the Tiresias>Manto entity from which also came Daphne. It should be said here that Argives are traced by others to Cilicia, and this Pamphylian connection to Cilicia would appear to be the reason. It's clear that Pamphylians were thought, by the myth writer, to extend from Amphiaraos-based Danaans, BUT, as his wife was EriPhyle (play on "Ares"), it's clear that she was the Pamphylian peoples (she with Amphiaraos gave birth to AmPhilochus). In other words, Amphiaraos depicted a Daphne-line merger with Pamphylians. Perfect, just what's expected in the Harbiye/Daphne theater.

It's clear when studying the Amphiaraos codes that the bloodline was of Cadmus and Harmonia at Thebes (Eteocles was king of Thebes). That reinforces Pamphylian roots in the Poseidon>Phoenix>Cadmus/Cilix bloodline. Cilix, Cadmus' "brother," was code for Cilicia.

I have not been able to understand the "Phyle" term other than to suggest a link to the horse symbol of the Hyksos, as per the co-called filly, sometimes "philly." My dictionary doesn't give the ethnic derivation, but traces it to foli>foal, a young female horse or spirited young girl. It's the opposite of a colt. Hmm, the Colter (see yesterday) surname uses a cartwheel that could be a chariot wheel. The point is, a horse is an apt symbol of the Hyksos, and was in fact made the special symbol of Ixion, the pseudo-Zeus figure. Keep in mind that I trace Ixion's Centaur descendants to "Anat/Heneti" so that Ixion (and Nephele) is expected among Pamphylians out of Syro-Cilicia.

Hyksos are thought to have introduced chariots into Africa, and whether or not that is fully true, we surmise that chariots became a special symbol of Hyksos that myth writers would have been sure to use. Amphiaraos was killed in his chariot (!!), and that's myth symbolism at its "best." BUT BEHOLD at how the myth writer(s) portrayed his dearth, much like the Biblical account of the Egyptians swallowed up by the Red sea:

"...but Zeus threw his thunder and the earth opened to swallow Amphiaraus together with his chariot. Alcmaeon killed his mother [Eriphyle] and exiled himself."

Apparently, this scene was one in which the Pamphylians lost a war against a Zeus branch in the Greek theater, but the symbolism harkens back (in a little mockery?) to the Hyksos' destruction in Egypt. Perhaps the scene is akin to the Zeus-versus Ixion war depicted by Ixion's demise at the thunderbolt of Zeus: "Ixion was expelled from Olympus [by Zeus] and blasted with a thunderbolt. Zeus ordered Hermes to bind Ixion to a winged fiery wheel that was always spinning..." Myth experts today haven't a clue that this was code to an Ixion link to the Hyksos chariots.

I did trace Hyksos to Etruscans, but not because of the following: "Ixion was a figure also known to the Etruscans, for he is depicted bound to the spoked wheel, engraved on the back of a bronze mirror, ca 460-450 BC, in the British Museum." The article also makes a possible Ixion link to Magnesians on the Maeander: "From the union of Ixion and the false-Hera cloud [= Nephele] came Centauros, who covered the Magnesian mares on Mount Pelion, Pindar told, engendering the race of Centaurs, who are called the Ixionidae from their descent." That evokes the quote made above: "Colonists were brought [by Seleucus] from Magnesia on the Maeander to found Pisidian Antioch (the Land of Antiochus)."

This is all very incredible even though I have been claiming it for a while, that end-time anti-Christ globalism should be of an end-time Hyksos entity because God wants to revisit the Hyksos on the Day of Doom. This is the idea that I think is most-central to all the dragon-hunt work I've been Tasked with. The Hyksos, it can now be better understood, were, not only the Cadmus and Cilix Phoenicians, but their sister, Europa. Think the Revelation Harlot, the one responsible for all the blood shed on earth.

However, Cadmus/Europa was not the Avaris-branch Hyksos, but the Poseidon branch from Upper Egypt. When Cadmus got to Thebes (Greece) in the first place, he defeated a dragon of Ares (Ares was also depicted by a horse), and then became allied to it (as the "Sparti"). He even married Ares' daughter, Harmonia. But the dragon of Ares is now suspect as the Avaris-branch Hyksos i.e. the Pamphylians out of the Harbiye/Daphne region, and that points to Anat=Centaurs=Heneti Paphlagonians. That is, the Ixion branch Hyksos were the ones out of Avaris.

In fact, Ixion on his wheel of torment was placed in Tartarus (mythical underworld, and the dragon of Ares, which I identify as Arphaxadites, were from Arvad/Arados (an island), the peoples of which founded Tartus on the Arvad coast. Coincidence? Another character placed in Tartarus was Tantalus, ruler of the Heneti and father of Pelops. It would seem that all myth characters linked to Tartarus were elements of the Ares-Rus out of Tartus.

This leads to the idea that the Avaris and/or Tanis-based Hyksos were the Rus-based proto-Rosicrucians at Tartus and Arados, an idea that matches with a trace of Ixion and Dia to the Aras river (not many update pages ago), the river to which I also traces Ares.

The Russians under Putin have a naval base at Tartus NOW!!!! And this is why I expect Gogi bear to make his boo-boo at any time now. Ranger Obama is the fool of the bears, and they are about to get away with their plots because he's not doing his job well, as he thinks he is.

This is the week slated for the O-Mitchell "proximity talks." I read that this phrase is defined as two parties sitting near one another but not in the same room, and a third party passing details of talks from room to room. In last week's news:

"U.S. President Barack Obama has told several European leaders that if Israeli-Palestinian talks remain stalemated into September or October, he will convene an international summit on achieving Mideast peace.

"The officials said the conference would be run by the Quartet of Middle East peacemakers - the United States, European Union, United Nations and Russia - in a bid to forge a united global front for creating a Palestinian state.

...Obama is determined to exert his influence to establish a Palestinian state, the officials said, and several European leaders have vowed that the EU would support any peace plan proposed by Washington."

I'm amazed that Hyksos seem to trace to the Obama circle, the Europeans, and the Russians under Putin. I think that this is what the end-times are all about, God setting the end-time Hyksos up for another swallowing up at yet another Thunderbolt. This time, Tartarus will be the lake of fire in Edom, the horrible grave to which Gog is destined. We might even infer that Hyksos of ancient times were in Edom, namely in Sodom and Gomorrah. We might infer that Edom was their special homeland.

I just asked myself what surnames might have developed from Amphil(ochus)-like terms and ironically, the Campbell surname came to mind, which has a Cammel variation that linked, likely, to Camelot...and the god Camulos that Camelot was named after. Keep in mind as we read below on this god that Belgians were just traced to Bellona, wife of Ares>Mars in Italy:

"In Celtic mythology, Camulus or Camulos was the god of war of the Remi, a Gaulish [Belgian, actually] tribe who lived in the area of today's Belgium. Traces of his cult are also found in Britain. The town Camulodunum (now Colchester) in Essex was named after him; it has been claimed that this was the basis for the legendary city Camelot. The Romans identified Camulus with Mars, their god of war.

Cunobelinus (Shakespeare's Cymbeline), a chief of the Catuvellauni who was called Britannorum rex by the Roman historian Suetonius, made Camulodunum his capital..."

CunoBELINUS??? CatUVELLAUNI??? I did trace the Campbell surname to Abellinus/Avellino. I trace Campbells to Avellino because it's situated in CAMPania, and because a second Avallon in France is in CHAMPagne.

Camulos rams horns may be code for the Remi, who some trace to Romans; I think the Remus side of the Roman wolf-peoples is appropriate. Note that Catuvellauni smacks of the Cati Cilicians to which I trace Cadmus and Cilix.

Wikipedia's article on Cunobelinus traces his name to the god, Belinus/Belanu. "In the Roman period he was identified with Apollo." But, oddly, the Belinus article fails to mention possible links to Bellona of the Belgian Bellovaci. It links instead to Belatu-Cadros, "a deity worshipped in northern Britain, particularly in Cumberland and Westmorland." The latter is once again linked to Mars, suggesting to me that it was a god of the Mercians and/or Mersey elements.

It sounds as though the Iraqi re-count favors Allawi:

"...Al-Maliki demanded recounts in five provinces and got one in Baghdad, which started [this] morning. But about an hour after it began, representatives of the prime minister's State of Law coalition arrived at the Rasheed Hotel in the walled-off Green Zone where the recount was in progress and demanded publicly at a news conference that it be halted.

The coalition complained the commission wasn't conducting the recount properly by not reopening voter records and checking voter signatures against ballots. State of Law official and Oil Minister Hussain al-Shahristani also charged that election commission officials had manipulated the votes and demanded they be held accountable.

Election officials dismissed the charge, and the recount continued uninterrupted after the argument.

...At one point, al-Shahristani told the election commission official if the demands of al-Maliki's coalition were not met, there would be a crisis and the commission would be to blame...

...As U.N. monitors, election officials and political party observers watched, the recount began.

...The United Nations representative in Iraq, Ad Melkert, called the recount process professional and urged people to be patient while it is carried out."

Maliki must abhor the UN monitors, who clearly are not assisting his schemes to re-capture his "throne" from Allawi. If Allawi wins the re-count, but if Maliki's court-related challenges oust some of Allawi's winning candidates, it won't be a pretty picture.

I don't understand why anyone in the world would assume that UN monitors are unbiased, have no political agenda, and are expected to be fair and neutral independent observers. Rather, globalists are to be suspected of political motivation more than anyone else.

Back to the Campbell-Amphilochus topic. It occurs to be that "Campania" may have been Campellino/CampBellona-like so as to form from "Abellinus in the first place. The idea here is that a term using an 'm,' as does "Amphiaraos," may have been from an m-less "Avaris," just as "Abellinus" is missing the 'm' of "Campbellino.' Another thought is that Abilene, in Phoenicia, developed into/from a C-version, "Cabilene," which could then link to the Cabelees of the Kybele cult. That would then tend to trace the Kabbala to the Apollo Oracle and related nutty groups.

AMAZINGLY, the English Champ/Camp Coat, in Campbell colors, uses "A griffin's head holding a branch of laurel". The laurel tree was a symbol of the Apollo Oracle at Delphi when it was under Daphne.

As per Champagne, I checked the French Champ Coat, which looks like the Moray Coat but with an owl in place of a star. The Italian Campo/Campolo Coat is similar...with the Bellamy (and Bell) Shield. The French Bell Coat may also apply.

Recalling the recent link of Bellamys to Bellows, from a Below location in Germany, see the English Bellew/Below Coat, also in the Campbell colors. A variation of the Bellew/Below surname is Bella, while entering "Bella" gets an Italian surname (in Borderlands Bell colors) that includes, "Bellami."

The Scottish Champagne Coat uses a bell pattern!

The Hamp/Hampton Crest is a wolf head, possibly tracing to the Hirpini and/or Apollo of Avellino.

But for the life of me, I have no idea how a term like Amphilochus, brother of Alcmaeon, got the P to form "Pamphylia." In the fifth update of May, 2009, Hercules was already being linked to Pamphylians, thanks to Bamm-Bamm:

...This was good, for the mother of Hercules was Alcmene, the Alc term depicting, in my opinion, a Greek-myth race of "giants" called "Alkyonides," descendants of Alkyoneus: "A giant who threw a stone at Herakles (Heracles) and was killed when Herakles hit the stone back with his club."... Alcmene's father was Electryon (king of Mycenae, city of the Danaans), and he had as brother, Alcaeus. You get it: Hercules was himself merged with the Alky giants...I assume the club depicts Pamphylians, and/or that Hercules was himself a Pamphylian peoples somehow.

May 4

If Obama openly criticizes Syria, you know the Syrian situation is worse then he's letting on:

"U.S. President Barack Obama said [yesterday]...

'While the Syrian government has made some progress in suppressing networks of foreign fighters bound for Iraq, its actions and policies, including continuing support for terrorist organizations and pursuit of weapons of mass destruction and missile programs, continue to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States.'"

How asinine is it to mention in the same breath that stock-piling weapons for to kill people also dents the economic take? It's especially donkey-eared because the U.S economy is threatened only very slightly by Syria's agenda. On the other hand, there's the killings and maiming that the weapons cause, to Israelites. It's like when a family member is murdered and another member is concerned with how much the funeral will cost.

I was wondering the other day why God had a donkey speak to the pagan seer, Balaam, son of Beor. He was the one among Israel's enemies in the days of Moses that sought to curse the Israeli path to the Promised Land. The question, therefore, is: was Balaam a part of the donkey cult of Avvites, called Tartak (which might be linked to the Tartus mentioned yesterday; I did link Tartus yesterday to Ixion, and Ixion is thought (by me) to have been the Hyksos linked to the Samson cult)? Or, better yet, might the donkey have been used because certain donkey-cult peoples and/or Avvites called upon for Balaam's services?

Balaam, especially as his name reflects the Hyksos god, may have become a Hyksos representative seeking, with others -- as the Hyksos' pharaoh had earlier sought -- to keep the Israelite slaves from escaping Egypt successfully. That is, Balaam may have been called upon by a Hyksos-allied peoples.

Sihon, an Amorite king, was destroyed by the Israelites when they were parked around mount Nebo (east side of the Jordan). I think that -- if indeed "Sion" was linked to "Sihon" -- mythical IXion may have depicted a Hyksos peoples in cahoots with Sihon-branch Amorites. And Nebo may have been a mountain of proto-Nibelungs = Ixion's wife, Nephele. After all, after taking care of Sihon, Israelites had also defeated Bashan's "giants."

As Amorites of Jerusalem escaped the Israelites for a few hundred years (until king David), I would suggest that Hyksos remnants/refugees in the Dead-sea area partnered with them, and consequently came to live in Jerusalem with proto-Zeus and proto-Hera. And I expect that proto-Ares was there too, and who knows how many other Greek characters yet to be created.

I couldn't sleep well last night. I was thinking of the "Am" of "Amphilochus." During the night, I realized that the "father" of Amphilocus is not to be understood as Amphi-Araus, but as Am-Phiaraus. That's because the Am portion is a root term in itself, as one can gather from the fact that Ampilochus' mother was Eriphyle. That is, if "phyle" is a term of its own in "Eriphyle," then "Philo(chus)" must be a term of its own in her son's name, leaving "Am" as a term too, which idea is supported by the fact that "Am" also appears in his father's name.

I had no idea during the night that I would be writing on Balaam this morning, or that I would make the Hyksos link I just did. The point is, I had two theories on what "Am" could depict, either Amorites or Hamites. But this morning I find that Balaam was called upon, in-part by Ammonites, to the region of Ammon. In this picture, Pamphylians of the Harbiye/Daphne region were Ammonites, an idea that works excellently with my trace of Lotan -- the dragon off the coast of the Harbiye theater -- to Ammonites. In fact, Ammonites were linked to Lotan because Biblical Lot was the father of Ammon, the founder of Ammonites. I'm not suggesting that Lot, a righteous man, was dragonic, but that his sons after him were.

I had linked the Lotan-branch Ammonites -- all very lightly and without ice-hard evidence -- to Hebrews under Idrimi, a noble of Halab in Syria...i.e. not far from Harbiye. I have an internal gauge/meter that senses and measures how good or bad I think a theory is before I put it in print. Some call it intuition, but for me it's more like a go-over of all the facts and theories accumulated thus far, and an assessment of viability of the new theory. If no red lights are sensed, while on the other hand the theory seems viable, it's a tentative go.

As "philio" means "to love" in Greek, we might consider that "Amphilochus" means something accordingly. But "Loved by Am" doesn't give me any green light at all. I rather think that "philocus" and "phily" refers to a political or geographical entity, perhaps another myth term. Pollux, Peleg, and Apollyon come to mind. There was a Phylace location in Magnesia.

Eriphyle's mother was Lysimache (also "Lysianassa"), what brings to mind the Lasonii in alliance with a Mache-like peoples. Lysimache even has a son, Mecisteus (evoking the Makis/Maccus term of the Maxwell clans), and he is apparently linked to Pollux the boxer: "In the Iliad, Mecisteus attends the funeral games of Oedipus at Thebes, and wins all the boxing matches." How's that for a Maxwell and Pollock reflection???

Another son of Lysimache was Parthenopeus (his son was ProMACHUS), a term that I've linked to Argive-related Cilicia. Yet another son of Lysimache was Adrastus (the Odrysians of Arda? Atreus, son of Pelops?), the bloodline known to lead the Argives to Arpi, a city in southern Italy to the east of the Hirpini. In fact, I had a green light (years ago) when wondering whether to link Arpi to the Hirpini, in which picture the Bellona cult -- if indeed it was in honor of Abellino of the Hirpini -- could also trace back to Adrastus and other Pamphylian-related lines.

The names under discussion were of Argos after the Danaans ruled Argos, but it's now clear to me that these were also Danaans. In fact, another son of Lysimache was Aristomachus (a term perhaps related to "ERIphyle"), "was one of the Heracleidae, a great-grandson of Heracles."

I thought of Balaam a few days ago, but only because it reflects "Bellamy." I'm not at all suggesting a link. Even if there was a blood link, I'd be very surprised if "Bellamy" was actually formed in honor of Balaam.

The Hutarees are being freed, but look at how. Look at how they are being ordered to disclose their friends:

"A federal judge in Detroit today ordered the release of nine members of a Lenawee County Christian militia group freed on bond over the objections of federal prosecutors.

...She said federal prosecutors failed to persuade her that the defendants must be jailed until trial.

...Roberts said the defendants could be freed under house arrest on electronic tethers. They must surrender their concealed weapons permits, cannot apply for a license to purchase or carry guns...

She said they must continue to work and report to pretrial services on a weekly basis.

Robert said the defendants also must provide a list of names, addresses, and phone numbers for all Hutaree members and members of any other militia groups they associated with.

Roberts put more than two dozen restrictions on the group, altogether."

Look ahead to the arrests of non-militia post-tribulationists, and ask whether they too will be set free under the condition of betraying their friends, disclosing important information about their retreats, etc.? Almost brings tears to my eyes...because we're lambs, innocent of the charges, Ordered by God to keep pure from the anti-Christ system. Judges in the anti-Christ era might not be so disposed as the judge above was, but, then, what will they do with masses upon masses of Christians who refuse to bow down to their devil, whom they view as a tool to stave off a world crisis?

All the true-Christian judges and court workers will be out of the system at that time. All the true-Christian government workers won't be at their posts any longer. All true-Christian police officers will quit, leaving the rest angry with them. By the looks of it at this time, God has decided that we should not be overly organized so that one person is less likely to spill the beans on a string of retreats. Will there be torture to get info from us? Will they torture even if we don't know the info they're after? Perhaps the going anti-torture trend in the Democrat party will be of significant benefit to us at that time.

I'm watching Iraq; it looks like a long process ahead. No one is predicting the next Iraqi ruler with any confidence. There is no sign of Russian intrusions.

There's no relevant news to report, so that's it for today. I wasn't able to get to email last weekend, and this week has lots of cloud cover i.e. little electric power for me. I'll try to get to it this weekend.


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