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November 18

Yesterday's mention of the Putt/Pott-surname's "leopard sajent" that is exactly the Medley tiger suggests that Vladimir Putin, who received a tiger from an untold friend, was of the Putt/Pott bloodline, and that Medvedev, Putin's choice for interim Russian president, was of the Medley bloodline.

I'm not suggesting that Putin was necessarily descended from the English Putts/Potts, for is said by some that his true mother is Vera Putini, of T'bilisi, Georgia. When I found that she lived in a Bath area of T'bilisi, I connected Putin to Poti (on the Georgian coast), where the Georgian Bats lived.

It could be that the Georgians Pots=Bats put forth the Putin line on the one hand, and the Putts and others of the West on the other. Or, Putin's real father was somehow directly descended from the Potts bloodline of the West. It should be interesting if we could discover the truth.

As you may know, I traced the Georgian Bats to the founders of the Baath party, but also to the bat symbol in Obama's Randolph bloodline. You may also know that the Welsh Bath Coat (white lions) uses the same cross, in the same colors, as the Randolph Coat above. You may also know that Obama's mother, a Dunham, was merged with Randolphs in her bloodline, and that both English Randolphs and English Dunhams use the same Coat (in the blue and gold colors of the Putt/Pott Coat). You may also know that I trace "Randolph" to "Ranulph" le Meschin, and that I trace "Dunham" to the Mascys of the location of Dunham Mascy, which name I in-turn link to Dunholme, later called Durham, where Meschins had ruled. BUT NOW, the Putts/Potts surname was first found in Durham.

You may also know that the Bath and Randolph cross is used, in black on white, by the Aflack and Bitar surnames, which strikes me due to the two surnames, Aflaq and Bitar, of the co-founders of the Baath party of Syria/Iraq. You may also know that I trace mythical Glaucus to Gloucestershire, where the Bath surname above lived, and that the Phases river leading to Poti (Georgia) was also called the Glaucus (otherwise, the Glaucus was a Phases tributary).

Wow, After writing the last sentence, it dawned on me that there should be Phases-like surnames, and entering "Pass" first of all, there was the Bath cross in colors reversed! The Pass surname is properly "Pascal." Wow, THIS IS the golden fleece bloodline because the golden fleece of myth was at Aea/Kutaisi...on the Phases river!!!

The Welsh Bath surname was from Devon and Somerset, places mentioned yesterday on the tiger topic. The Devon branch lived in a Tawton location smacking of the Bath-Coat colored Tattons of Mascy.

More wow. I had Sagan on the brain this morning because I suspected that the so-called "leopard sejant" of the Putts/Potts was code for that surname. I now know that Sagans trace to the saw symbol of Perdix ("saga" means "saw") as per the German Sage surname said to mean, "'sager,' which means 'sawyer,' or a person who saws wood." Therefore, as I had the saw on my brain, and also because I've traced the TEYton variation of Tattons to the Sey and Say(ton) clan that I suspect was related to the Sava region, where I know the Sauers lived, I figured that the TAWton location of the Baths should link to SAW(yers) too.

And entering "Sawton," I found no Coat, but entering "Sawdon" brought up a surname first found in Devon (where the Tawton location was situated)! This was made more amazing because the English Sage surname (in Bath-Coat colors) was first found in...Devon!!!

Suddenly, we have reason for making quite a few conclusions, one of which is a Sava-river clan trace to Georgian Gogi/Gorgons, which is what was claimed not many days ago.

The Sawton surname is properly "Sowton," and I recall showing this Coat before. The "engrailed" bar may now be tentatively considered a saw symbol so as to realize that Perdix was the holy grail bloodline. The Sawdon/Sowdon write-up appears to trace to Dunhams, for they were also "Downhams": "The Anglo-Saxon name Sowdon comes from the family having resided in an area that was referred to as the south Down." The Sowdons did not derive from the term, "south," but did derive from Downs apparently named after "Devon." I do trace the Dunhams to this Devon picture, and Obama (whose father was a Davis of the Daphne fold that founded Devon) definitely appears to trace to the Perdix saw bloodline.

Amazing. I just went back to search my files for the update in which I had linked Dudleys-of Mascy to Timperleys-of-Mascy, for Dudleys and Duttons were about to become my next topic. I found this in the 8th update of October: "I suspect that Duttons [Tatton Shield] were Suttons...After coming to that conclusion, I saw in the Sutton write-up that they were lords of DUDley." Re-checking the Sutton Coat, I found that the clan lived in Somerset (beside Devon), meaning that Suttons were Sawdons/Sowtons but also Dudleys.

The latter use the Massin/Mason and Louvain Coat, the blue lion of which must be the Sutton Crest. The Sutton lion is "sejant"!

I was going to go to the Dudley topic soon because it was just last night that I opened an email from Tim showing more on the salamander-in-flames symbol, including the one used by Dudleys. I didn't know I'd be on that Dudley topic today, however, until I got down to the Sagan topic, which topic, as you can plainly see above, had nothing to do with the salamander-in-flames...used as the only symbol in the Sagan Coat!!! Those explanation marks are because it had not re-occurred to me, until starting this paragraph, that the Sagan Coat uses the same salamander as the Dudleys, for even apart from that a link of Sawdons=Sagans to Dudleys was made.

In the same email, Tim sent this page on Douglas septs too, where we find the Moretons and Mortanes listed. The Sutton write-up: "First found in Nottinghamshire where they were descended from Dreu de Montaigu who came into England at the Norman Conquest in 1066 A.D. in the train of the Count of Mortain." Mortains use a Dudley-like Shield.

Tim sent this Dudley page showing and explaining the salamander-in-flames as a symbol of metal smiths. Already we can hear Hephaestus banging his way to the DAEDALus cult of the DUDLey clan, and as trace the Sintians of Lemnos to the Santones of France (beside the LEMovices), note, in the Douglas page above, the many Sandon-like septs, which are followed by many Sawnd-using variations!

THEN, we see DAWglass and Dawgless septs that are clearly Douglas variations (perhaps even the root of "Douglas" itself), suggesting that Douglas' were of the Perdix saw-line too.

Yes, Perdix was crafted by myth writers as the inventor of carpentry tools, but that must have been due only as play-on-theme with the metal craft of Hephaestus i.e. because the Perdix entity was part of the Hephaestus cult.

Consider the GilPatrick and KilPatrick septs of Douglas, for Patricks have already been traced to Perdix (and to Bath-surname elements, keeping in mind that the Bath surname was at SAWton). The Sutton motto seems all Perdix: "Pour y parvenir." Patricks, first found in Kent (where the Dudley/Massin/Louvain lion was found), use a labori motto term...that was traced yesterday to what I think were Louvain elements in Silesio-Seleucid blood.

Borderlands Kilpatricks use blood droplets, a Patterson theme. The Scottish Patterson write-ups traces to "Patrick," but only now do I realize what the "Sodhan" term in the Irish Patterson write-up means: Suttons and Sowdons! The Patrick "labori" code for the Cretan labyrinth compliments the "rege" term used by Scottish Pattersons, for that should be code for Rhea, the great-mother tart of Crete.

In the Dudley page above sent by Tim, the male angels, especially in the second-shown Arms, appear feminized, and are "girdled," the write-up as to appear female shapely at the hips. The angels are said to be from the old Dudley Arms, suggesting links to the Hephaestus>Daedalus cult of Kabeiri perverts. There you see a blue lion head in a Crest, no doubt linked to the Dudley-Coat lion.

As I trace the Massins/Masons (using the same lion exactly) to "Masonry," note in the first-shown Dudley Arms a man wearing an apron, a Masonic symbol (not likely the apron of a housewife, but perhaps having to do with homosexual ceremonies in the Kabeiri cult). The man wearing the apron is decked in green (which color I trace to Hagarites/Saracens), and is said to be from Halesowen, the Hales part smacking of "Hagel; see the Hales/Hayles Coat, perhaps the Maybe Shield (with tiger) in reverse.

The Dudley chevron is said to belong to STOURbridge, evoking the Stur/Esturmy/Easter surname of the Hampshire-branch golden fleece. But as the chevron has pears (also from Stourbridge), the symbol of the Part/Perrot clan that I traced to Berrys of the Perdix cult, note the other Stur/Stouer surname (almost "Souer") having the Berry Coat in colors reversed!

The Berry surname was first in Devon, and it uses "Nihil sine labore" for a motto. We get it: the Perdix saw line to the swan/Sion cult.

As you may know by now that I trace Cheshire's naming, and other Cheshire elements, to Hesse and Cassel of Germany, I should add that the Dudley chevron was that of Stourbridge and Cosely, for entering "Cossel" brings up the German Cassel surname. You may also know that I ultimately trace the Cheshire garb symbol to Garibald of Bavaria, who I think was named after Grabfeld elements on the Bavarian border. The Cossel/Cassel surname was first in Bavaria.

We read: "...the salamander in the base is taken from the old Dudley arms. It symbolises the metal working industry" The "fountain" of the same Dudley Arms was taken from the Brierlys (Cheshire), who may have been Berrys. Brierlys use the Bath and Randolph cross in colors reversed. The cross if rife in Savoy and northern Italy, which I repeat because I had traced a Brae clan from the Montferret theater of PIEDmont (I now suspect Piedmont to be named after the Bat Georgians and Bath-surname elements). The Brier Coat is similar, and the write-up shows a Bray variation.

I discussed the salamander in the 1st update of October, saying: "The Selkirk Coat (in Sellick colors) uses A salaMANDER in flames." I don't think I knew until now that the Selkirk motto, "Jamais arriere," is used and shown in the Douglas Badge above.

I realized recently that the salamander traces to the Dionysus Maenads, but to the co-founder of Trojans too, Teucer. The online quote: "It was at Kyrenia, according to Strabo l (14.682.3), that Teucer came first ashore, to found the ancient Kingdom of Salamis after the Trojan war." The salamander not only strikes us as code for Salamis, but Teucer's father was made, ScaMander." Thus, "salamander' is an effective code for both the Mander bloodline, and the Salamis location.

I only wanted to mention Teucer, from before getting out of bed, for one reason: that I may have been wrong in tracing "Tolkien/Toke" to the "Telchines" of Rhodes, for the Tokers of Devon could suggest Teucer and Tocharians/Togarmites. I did not have in mind at all to mention Batia, Teucer's daughter, but as you can see she ties well to the Bat and Putt/Pott themes above. (I did trace her to Georgian Bats already).

The problem is, I don't yet know whether Tokers were a branch of Tolkien's/Tokes. I do know that mythical Rhode married Helios because it was a Rus merger with Helios-based Colchians/Gorgons, and that the latter were Scythians. The Kameros location on Rhodes, from the Helios-Rhodes marriage, was Cimmerian (the ancient "Gamir"), apparently, and Togarmah was a son of Gomer, said founder of Cimmerians.

The CAMville Crest uses a leopard sejant looking almost like a tigers, and as i wrote yesterday: "The Camville white lions are the Modley white lions (and Medleys use a tiger too)." The Sayers appear to use the Camville leopard.

The point is that I traced the Tiger surname yesterday to Tiges/Teagues and Tokes/Tolkiens and Tokers, and now I find myself on the Teucer surname smacking of "tiger." It would appear that the tigers are code for Togarmites/Tocharians, especially the Teucer line though Trojans. And the fact that Batia was Teucer's daughter supports the tiger link to Vladimir Putin's bloodline, and to the English Putts...who use a sajent leopard exactly like the green Medley tiger. The lions in the Dudley Arms are half green, by the way.

"Helios" likely depicted the Rhodian city of Ialysos, which I trace to the Galli and the Alans, and to the "Gileki/Gels" that I imagine named "Colchis," wherefore the Latin "Sol" alternative of "Helios" was likely linked to "COL(chis)"...where the Hros became the Horus cult, and then, likely afterward, Rhos>Rhod. It is very likely that the Helios-based Rhodians linked to Teucer's Batia line, therefore, even as the Helios Gorgons can be expected on the Glaucus river flowing to Poti/Phases.

Possibly, mythical "Telchis" (founder of the Telchines) was linked to "Teucer." The Sellick/Selioc branch of Seleucids, whom I tentatively trace to "Telchis," were first in Herefordshire, and the Arms of Herefordshire use a golden fleece (held by the Crest lion) The Arms also uses a Talbot, supporting by trace of "Tal(bot)" to "Sellick" elements (Talbots were first in Salop=Shropshire, beside Herefordshire).

The "Pulchra" motto term (of Herefordshire) could link to heraldic pelicans...which I've linked to Pollocks/Polks. The German Polk Coat (write-up traces to "Poland") shows a white wave on blue, a symbol, in colors reversed, in the Arms of Herefordshire (Jewish Pollocks also use a wave). The bull/ox in the Arms could be that of the Pohls/Pohlands...first found in Silesia! The white lion on red in the Arms could be the Bohemian lion.

We can trace Herefordshire to the German Heres (using Two scythes), said to be found first in Prussia (which covered Silesia), for the Polks are also said to have been first in Prussia. There was a mythical Scythes that was a fundamental part of the early metal-making crafts along with a Delas mythical character (smacks of Talos=Perdix). There is a Scythe surname first found in Ayrshire (!), the exclamation mark being for the Here/Haer trace to "Hagar" and to "Ayr."

We can entertain a Douglas trace to Dokes and therefore to Tiges>Tokes and the tiger family in Teucer, that jibing with a trace of the Douglas salamander to Teucer's salamis. As I was loading the Doker Coat, the Dochartys came to mind who had been traced recently both to the Sava clans and the Douglas heart. The Scythes Coat above uses hearts.

The Doker/Dochar motto uses "Semper," which is interesting because, before awakening this morning, I thought to mention that the semper motto term should link to TIMPERleys and Temples of Cheshire, and therefore to "Templar." I'm not sure whether to accept the Semper-surname definition as stated.

The Doker/Dochar surname is said to mean, "hare"! (I didn't think to enter this surname until after writing the above on the Heres). Unfortunately, there are no tigers in the Doker and Docharty Coats. Daggers/Dackers (red bull) were first in Cumberland, where Dokers/Dockers were first found.

I've already traced the Rodhams to Rothschild-based Communists of Russia, including a Rodham trace to the Blank stock that gave birth to president Lenin. By the time that I had learned that the Baat/Bat surname (uses Randolph bats) was first in Rutland, I had already traced the location to "Rodam/Rodham," which uses the Leicester cinquefoil (Rutland is beside Leicester).

Hillary's "reset button" is suspect as a code for the Biden/Button surname (in Bath-Coat colors), said to be from a Bath and Wells location, the same as the one where the Bath surname was from, I believe, in the Devon/Somerset theater.

As Buttons smack of "Putin," it's as if the same family now rules both the United States and Russia.

French Buttons were first in BURGundy, and use Berry (first found in Devon) colors and design, apparently. English Bidens were first in Hampshire, and that's where the Sturs/Stours/Stowers were first found...who use the Berry Coat in colors reversed. Some Bergs/Burgs use Berry colors too, including the French Bourges.

The Putins/Puttins/Padyns use half the Bat Coat, which is also half the Patrick Coat too, in the colors of the Puttens/Pottans...and Puters, first in Cornwall, not far from Devon, and then "moved east into Devon, Somerset and Dorset." Puttens/Pottens were first in Sussex, to the east of Dorset.

I would suggest that the rulers of Russia today, therefore, were of the golden-fleece Atreus cult that settled Hampshire as the Atrebates.

You would not have found the headline below just before the American elections: "US State Dept. says Israel violates religious freedom." That's Hillary's State Department. The report was released today, and anyway is this the job of the U.S. State department? To scrutinize the religious-rights conditions of all the world's countries? To share it's findings?

Perhaps Hillary should look into her own pants for some filth on religious bigotry. She's been pooh-poohing the "religious right" ever since she shot up to power on the wave of CNN and other liberal friends...who pooh-pooh in the very same way. Then she smoothed out her rough edges when she realized that she needed the religious Americans to defeat Obama. She might have the same mindset now for future plans to the U.S. throne.

Days ago it was said that Obama wouldn't press Netanyahu to include a settlement freeze in East Jerusalem, but only in the West Bank outside the city limits. Today, Killary is changing the tune: "The United States will demand that Israel refrain from construction in both the West Bank and East Jerusalem as part of a 90-day settlement freeze Secretary Hillary Clinton has requested in exchange for a package of incentives, a U.S. official told Haaretz [today]. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scrambling to gather cabinet support for the settlement freeze. The ultra-Orthodox party Shas currently holds the balance of votes on the matter. "

Jump to it, Netanyahu, says the Killary Crusade. The American elections are over, and it's now time for a brawl. I think the rightists in the Netanyahu government might be gunning for the freeze in order to get the O-dministration off their backs after the three months:

"Meanwhile, an official close to the [rightist] Shas party said [today] that Defense Minister Ehud Barak has promised to authorize construction of hundreds of apartments in the West Bank immediately after the U.S.-encouraged moratorium expires.

The Shas official said that party had received assurances that should it abstain from the cabinet vote, construction would take place in specifically ultra-Orthodox communities and other projects would be built in a settlement just outside Jerusalem.

Unless the West has some winning card up it's sleeve, it's hard to see what the fussing's all about in pushing a mere three-month freeze.

There's no further word on the Allawi-v-Maliki situation.

November 19

I neglected to make another point on yesterday's topic wherein Putin-like clans (that appear linked to Georgian Bats) were merged with MEDvedev=like terms, especially Medley. Entering "Patt" brings up the English Putten Coat, black on white stars used also by the tiger-Crested Medley Coat. Both surnames were first found in Sussex, wherefore the same stars look like evidence for a family match.

It was suggested late yesterday that Puters/Putters (Putten colors) of Cornwall and Devon moved to Sussex, as the Puttens, or to be with the Puttens, when moving, as the Puter write-up states, as far east as Dorset. Before knowing that Puttens were also Patts, I linked them to the Bath surname, first in the Somerset theater (Cornwall peninsula). AND, conspicuously, the Biden/Button write-up tells that they were from Bath and Wells: "The Diocese of Bath and Wells...covers the county of Somerset and a small area of Dorset."

As I traced these clans, including the tiger of the Medleys, to mythical Batia, daughter of tiger-like Teucer, it was conspicuous that Tokers were first found in Devon. This morning I discovered that entering "Tog(g)er" brings up the Toker Coat (the surname is said to derive from "tocien," very Tolkien-like). As evidence of a Toker link to Batia/Teucer, it was shown that the saw-like chevron (red and gold) in the Toker/Togger Coat should link to the saw-like border (red and gold) in the Dutch Putten Coat.

This morning, I tried for the Troy surname (Teucer>Batia was a co-founder of that place). As we know that Troy was defeated my a myth-come Trojan horse, meaning that Troy's symbol was a horse, so were find a unicorn as the symbol of the German Troy surname. The horned horse is white on blue, the same colors as the sea horses in the Toker/Toger Coat!!

The German Troys were first in Mechlenberg, not far from Troyes (France), and in fact the Irish Troy surname (griffins) is said to be derived from Troyes.

Next, as per the Dumnonii founders of Devon and Somerset, whom I identify as Danaans, I wondered whether elements of mythical Dardanus (which married Batia to form Trojans) were amongst the Dumnonii. I don't know yet whether "Dardanus" should be viewed as a Danus peoples, but the possibility exists. The Dan/Dannes surname was first in Sussex too, and it uses a Coat like the Surrey Coat, the surname of which I've traced to "Surru," the old name for Tyre. The Surreys, moreover, were first found in Devon! It's possible that Surreys were from "Troy."

The Dan and Surrey colors are used by the Dardan Coat, but unfortunately, the surname is also "Arden" (i.e. it may or may not be from "Dardanus"). The Dardan/Arden Coat uses cinquefoils, symbols, I think, of the Cinque Port cities in the Sussex-Kent, border region, and as you may know, Kent was founded by horse entities. I should also add that the Dardan/Arden cinquefoils are in the colors of the Arthur Coat.

The Dardan/Arden Coat is just about identical with the Biden/Button Coat. French Ardens are also ArDAN and ArDenne, smacking of the Denne variation of the Dans. The French Arden Coat also uses the red and gold of the Dans/Dennes and English Dardans/Ardens. They were first found in Limousin, what I trace to Lemnos, just off-shore of Troy.

The Potter Coat uses cinquefoils in Putten/Potten/Patt colors, and Potters were not only first found beside Sussex (where Puttens/Pottens were first found), but the Potter Crest is a sea horse (!!!), the symbol of the Tokers/Togers. Bidens and Potters were both first found in Hampshire.

Wow. A Trojan story is now developing that I had no inkling of. Yes, I traced Trabys to Trabzon Amazons, but Amazons also infested Mysia, where Troy was located. Why do I mention Trabys, whom I suspect to be involved with the anti-Christ? I happened to check the Tree/Trow surname when I saw the Irish Troy variations, and so I can report that Trows were first in Warwickshire, where the Dardans/Ardens were first found.

I recall tracing the Tree surname to a Treby/Treeby branch of Trabys. As per my trace of Polish Trabys to Polabia in the Mechlenberg theater, I repeat: German Troys were first in Mechlenberg. AND, I trace "Mechlenberg" to Mascys/Masseys, and Masseys I traced to Mysians associated with mythical Aeneas, the Dido-related Trojan from Dardania.

The Treby surname, in the black and white of the Putters, Puttens and Putins, was first in Devon!!! AND, it uses gold roundels on black, as does the Putten/Potten/Patt Coat!!!

The 666-like Arms of Traby show bugles in black and gold, supporting a Traby trace to Trebys. For those who don't know, Obama's advisor on foreign policy has a Brzezinski surname, which is listed in the Traby page as using the Traby Arms.

Being at the Traby page just now, I checked for Dardanus-like surname (in the list of those using the Arms), but saw none, though I do recall the Jordans (I now also see Jardanowski) that are listed, who might have been the Dardans/Ardens...because I checked for Teucer-like surnames and found Tokaczewski, Tokara, and Tokarzewski! The Tokers, apparently. There is also a Tros-like Truszowski listed.

Zowie, the Jordan/Shurdane surname was first in Exeter (Devon), and is also in black and white.

The Harden variation of the Dardans/Ardens requires a check of the Harding surname, which was first found in DERBYshire, a place that I trace to "Traby." The Irish Darbys are Dermots, from, "Diarmuid," and i trace these to Drummonds, whom I in-turn trace to "Thermodon" (at Trabzon), an alternative name, I think, of "Trabzon."

You may have read months ago where I traced a branch of the Sadowski/Sandowski clan (first in LEMberg), a surname that comes up when entering "Traby." In the 5th update of July, I said:

Later, when Tim revealed that the Polish Sarczinskis used the Traby/Sadowski Q symbol (see fourth update this month), I found the strong evidence that Sarks were related to Sarczinskis through a Sadowski relationship to Gastons (uses Sark/Surrey checks) of Surrey, England. The Sark surname is properly the Surrey surname, you see, and long before this tip from Tim, I had traced Surrey to "Surru," the ancient name of Tyre.

The point is that Trabys are thereby trace-able to Surrey, which makes sense where Surreys seem to link to the Dans/Dennes and therefore to the ArDANs/ArDennes of Limousin. The fact that the Traby/Sadowski write-up gives their home as LEMberg then suggests links to the Lemovices that founded Limousin.

As Gastons use a Shield filled with checks as per the Hohen Coat, and because some Hohens (of Germany) used a Shield quartered in black and white without symbols, the Drove/Drave Coat Coat should apply to those Hohens. The Drave surname was first found in Hampshire. I'm suggesting Traby links to Hohens and Cohens. Drats, I saw a Coat earlier this morning using a druv-like term, but lost it.

I've know for a long time that the sea horse is used by Irish Cohens; I just didn't know that it was a symbol for Troy. I can now add that the blue diagonal bar on white in the Cohen Coat above links to the same in the Damory Coat, which link was discovered after I wrote the below: "The Damory Coat's blue-on-white diagonal bar is used in the Harding Coat." You see, as Hardings look like Ardens, the sun in the French ArDAN/ArDENNE Coat should link to the sun, in the same colors, of the "Jewish" Cohen Coat. Suddenly, Cohen/Hohen symbols are finding their mates in Trojan-related surnames of the Teucer>Batia kind (the sea horse is used by Tokers/Togars and Potters).

Irish Darbys/Dermots use a chevron in Dardan/Arden colors, which are also the colors of the Scottish Drummonds...and also the French Ardans/Ardennes...tentatively from Lemnos. I repeat that Lemnos part because the Thermodon was Amazon-ville, while Amazons infested Lemnos. Moreover, the Argonauts were merged with Lemnos Amazons, and Danaans ruled Argos (and neighboring Mycenae that I trace to "Mysia"; Lemnos was off of Mysia).

Therefore, the Ardans could have been Danaans, and that in turn could make king Arthur code for a Danaan>Danann-Rus peoples. That makes sense, anyway, as per Arthur's roots in Cornwall, in the Dumnonii theater. BUT suddenly the king Arthur bloodline is trace-able to Dardanus.

I did trace "Arthur" to the Arda region on the Hebros, and the related Odrysian region (at Arda) was traced to Hampshire's Atrebates. But I did not know that Arda was of Dardanus elements, which makes more sense as of a short while ago when I discovered that Aeneus, probably the same as the Trojan/Dardanian Aeneas, was code for the city of Aenus at the mouth of the Hebros. Aeneus and his wife depicted Heneti, and so did Aphrodite of the Lemnos cult (the island was off the mouth of the Hebros). Aeneus was definitely related to the horse-depicted peoples of Hyksos roots, for he was brother to mythical Lapithes and Centaurus.

The Travis surname should be included in this hunt for western Trojans because it is like the English Darby Coat and uses a boar head, symbol of the Irish Darbys/Dermots. Travis/Travers colors are black and white, the colors of the Meres and DeMeres, which I mention because the Travis motto includes "temere." Black and white are also the colors of the Arms of Trebizond (three horizontal bars like the Drummonds and their Damory branch).

In this picture (a new idea for me), the Meres and Damorys could link to the Amazon city of Myrina on Lemnos. The Damorys are also "DaMARY." In fact, it just re-occurred to me that the Drummond and Damory waves are used by the Spanish Marina Coat!

The Meres and DeMeres use a ship...which I think was the Drummond-ship symbol for multiple reasons, one being the "DamMERy" variation of the Damorys. The Damory Coat's blue-on-white diagonal bar is used in the Harding Coat, and Hardings were first in DERBYshire.

The Damory diagonal bar is in the colors of the German Drummond waves, the colors also of the Spanish Marina Coat. As the Scottish Drummonds were first in Perthshire, suggesting linkage to Perdix, I see that the Italian Marina Coat uses "wavy bends," but what also looks like a saw-like symbol.

Next, as Thrace is thought to be a variation of "Tros=Troy, Thrace-like surnames were sought, and the first one tried, Trace (black and white again), was first found in Devon! I recognize the Trace/Trasey Coat as the Irish Madden Coat...the one that was traced to mythical Perdix because Dave Madden was on the Partridge Family show (Perdix was given a saw and a partridge symbol).

The Traces can be traced to the Trees/Trows because the Trace write-up links to Barnstaple. The Barnstaple Coat is then like the Tree/Trow Coat. The surname reminded me of the Barnicle variation of the Irish Cohens (who use the Trojan sea horse), and then it was found that there is another Barnicle surname first recorded in Warwickshire, where the Trees/Trows were first found.

The Tokers/Toggers, who use the sea horse and waves in Drummond-wave colors, use an arm with axe, as does the same-colored Warwick Coat. Tokers were first in Devon, and while the Devon-surname Coat uses three black-on-white ducklings, the Barnicle Coat uses three black-on-white goslings. The Trace Coat includes a duck.

I then checked to see whether the Drake surname would be in southern England too, as I suspect that it links to Draco=Thrace, and indeed it was first found in Hampshire. And it too uses a hand with axe. And we read: "Although these words became the Old English word drake, which also means male duck, and the surname Drake may have also been applied to someone who had a duck-like gait."

Hmm, I don't think that the Drakes derived from drake ducks, but the idea, of the drake duck symbol, may have found its way to the family. The ducklings in the Devon Coat are called "sheldrakes," and are the symbol of the Devon-colored SHELdon Coat for obvious reason. Then we read that Sheldons "derived from when the family resided in various places named Sheldon including Derbyshire, Devon, Warwickshire..." These three places are where I've been tracing all the Thracians/Trojans today. Sheldons were first in Warwickshire and likely linked to the Trow branch of Traces (that were also first found there).

The ducks evoke the black and white Tokes/Tucks/Tolkiens (Kent).

Checking the Barn Coat as per seeking more on the Barnstaples of Traces, there are saw-like bars, and roundels, in the colors of the Trebys (Devon) and English Puttens! AND, the teeth of the bars are exactly square, like the teeth in the border of the Dutch Putten Coat!

I should re-mention that the gold roundels, called "besants," should link to pheasant entities, and especially to the Pheasant surname, for both the Pheasant and Besant/Bessin surnames were first in Middlesex. The point is that, as I'm tracing Teucer and Batia to Poti/Phases of Colchis, there's at least one online article telling that the pheasant was named after Phases in Colchis.

In the Troy theater were an ancient peoples of Pedasus that I link to the Padus=Po river of the Heneti>Veneti. The Heneti were depicted by the Trojan leader, Antenor. It could be that Poti/Phases elements in Batia were in Pedasus/Padasa. It's Putin- and Biden/Button-conspicuous that the Po was also the Bodincus. Biden variations include Boutin, Boudin, and Buddin. We could be talking Buz, son of Nahor, all the way to Putin, Biden, and many Obamacrats, which would underscore why God has led me on a years-long hunt for Buzites.

As I was seeking more Batia-like surnames just now, it occurred to me that I had linked the Betty/Beaty surname to the Barney surname as both use keys in the same colors, and moreover I feel that Hanna-Barbera had the Betty link to Barney clans in mind when they named the Flintstone characters. The Lumen motto term of the Bettys sure smacks of Lemnos.

The Barney fish is the one of recent discussions, thought (by me) to link to the House of Saraka (Sava theater), a term smacking of "Thrace." I trace that fish (same white-on-blue colors as the Keon fish, and of the Cohens) to pharaoh Khyan, and moreover we would expect the BARNICle variation of the Irish Cohens/Kyne/KOYNES to be anglicized as "Barney." I did trace Hyksos to Trojans.

I just found the Battys/Batties first in Somerset! Once again, black and white like the Puttens et-al. The Baittie variation smacks of Beattie variation of the Bettys (first found in Roxburghshire). The Batty Crest is a a stork with a fish in its beak. It could be the Saraka/Saraca fish because the Batty Coat uses the Russell goat exactly, while the Russell motto, "Che sara sara," has been traced (by me with Tim's super help) to the Saracens of the Sava/Save river.

The Scottish and Irish Barnards (I'm thinking Bernicians) use white scallops as do the Russells. Barnards were first in WestMORland, where we expect Saracens=Moors. The Bernard Coats use the same-colored diagonal bar as the DaMORYs (and the Hardings), which is in colors reversed to the diagonal bar of the Save Coat! The snakes in the Save bar look exactly identical to the snake in the Irish Barnard Crest!!

Suddenly, we have our excellent evidence that Barneys trace to certain Saracens=Moors=Berbers of north-Africa, even as I traced both the Hanna and Barbera surnames to the same. The Barnard and Russell scallops are likely a symbol of Saracens at Scylla/Sicily.

The importance of the Russells first being in Dorset is now underscored, because this was the Puter and Putten theater. It suggests that Puttens were Rus(sells), and that Rothschilds chose Russells, said to be one of thirteen main Illuminati families, to rule their Communist Russia...where Vladimir Putin of mysterious/unknown/uncertain parentage rules today.

As the "lumen" motto term of the Betty/Beatys also smacks of "Illuminati," might that latter term have derived from "Lemnos"?

I'll repeat that the Barn-like BARfoots of Mascy (Cheshire) were from Hants, that being in southern Hampshire and smacking of the Hanna/Hanneth surname that I link to Hands of Cheshire. These smack of Heneti in north Africa i.e. the Hannibals were Heneti.

Scottish Barrs were first in Ayrshire, a place that I say was concentrated by Hagarite-branch Saracens (ancients equated Hagarites/Ishmaelites with Saracens, though loosely). I suggest a trace of the surname to BERbers.

The Italian Barbera Coat uses Barney fish (this fish seems never identified as to species) on red background, and the Spanish Barberas use the Spanish Moratin castle...that I trace to "Mauritania"=Moors, where Berbers thrived.

Following the same pattern geographically, the Barb surname (Spanish Barbera colors) was first in Hampshire. It's red lion could be the Russell or other Rus lion. The English Barbie/Barbour Coat is Rosicrucian-cross-like, and uses scallops.

AND ZOWIE. The German Barbie Coat uses the German Troy unicorn! This is doubly important because I traced "unicorn" to "Inachus" (mythical founder of Argos), whom I identified as Nahorites. I also traced Nahorites (Biblically "NACHorites") to DioNYSUS sacred island of Naxos, named after his Nysus entity, wherefore see the "nisi" motto term of the Scottish Barbies. I had also traced Nahorites to the Neils/Nihills of Ireland, and so see that the Barbie motto is "Nihilo nisi cruce."

AND LOOK, the Neils use the Barney and Barbera fish in typical white-on-blue! (Irish Kanes/Kaynes use them in Barbera white on red). Neils were first in Tyrone, and I believe that they named it. Hint of Tyrone roots could be in the Tyrell surname under which "Tyrone" is listed. The Tyrell Coat is in the colors of the German Neils/Nails/Negels. "Tyrol" brings up the same Coat, and could suggest Tyrol of northern Italy and Austria.

I had also traced the unicorn to the Ince/Inch surname (thought by me to be rooted in Enki and Anu, same as I root "Inachus"), wherefore note the Irish Neil write-up: "First found in County Tyrone, and County Clare where O'Neill was chief of Clan Dalvy and of Tradree, a district in the barony of Inchiquinn." The Inch surname was first found in Perthshire, where I typically trace Hagarite-branch Nahorites. That, and the other Ince/Inch clan of Lancashire, were likely the Innes/Innice clan of MORayshire, using the Hagar-of-Perthshire Zionist stars, in the same colors. The Innice variation could be hint of a trace to Nice, Liguria, that I trace further back to mythical Nike and DioNYSUS.

There's no news to speak of today.

November 20

Yesterday's topic on Toker-related clans of southern England didn't mention Douglas' or Dougals, but it can be suspected that they too were rooted in Teucer if indeed the salamander used by Douglas' is a symbol of Salamis (founded by a mythical Teucer) and/or Scamander, Teucer-of-Troy's father. I didn't notice a couple of days ago when mentioning some of the septs on this Douglas page that the salamander is above a hat, the same "chapeau" hat used by the Biden/Button Coat!

There is a Chapeau surname (English Forest colors), and as it was first in Forez, perhaps it explains the Forest septs of the Douglas'. The French Forest/Forez Coat uses a "travers" motto code, a surname discussed yesterday that could be a "Traby" variation. Note the white lions in both the Travers and Forest/Forez Crests, because that's the Dougal ("mori" motto code) and English symbol. This tends to confirm that Dougals and Douglas' were one family stock.

The English Coat also uses white stars on blue, the Douglas-Coat symbol for Moray attachment. The list of Douglas septs includes several English-surname variations as well as Hing- and Ing-using terms so as to link to Angles in particular. The GLENDening sept of Douglas' seems to be an ENGLAND variation, therefore. I recognize the cross of the Glendening Coat as the Hykes/Hack cross; the latter, first found in Devon and using the typical black and white of yesterday's Trojans-of-Devon topics, uses white scallops on black like the Travers Coat.

Checking the Lokerby sept if Douglas', there are dagger blades in the Loker Coat, perhaps meaning that daggers are a symbol of a Douglas clan, perhaps the German Duggers/Duckers (said to be named after ducks). The latter use blue and white stripes, as does the TUCKER surname...that was mentioned yesterday (as Toker/Toger), the one with the sea horses linking to TEUCER'S Troy!

The next topic that I wanted to get into after the above was Salamis-like surnames. I suspect that the two Salamis locations (one in Cyprus) were founded by Solymi peoples (Lydia-Lycia theater) and their Deylamite kin. I had suspected years ago that their salmon symbol is code for that bloodline, and I see that the salmon in the Salmon Coat is the fish used by the Scottish Hykes/Hacks.

The Salmon Coat above is in the colors of the Salam/Saleman Coat, and that surname smacks of the Sals/Sales (uses the Salam/Saleman bar) of Mascy that I link to the naming of Salop, and to the TALbots (first found in Salop). In myth, a Telemon was made king of Salamis. He smacks of Telmon/Dilmun, the birthplace of Ishtar. NOW LOOK:

"Telamon fled to Salamis, where he became king. For his aid to Hercules against Laomedon, Hercules rewarded him with Laomedon's daughter, Hesione, who bore him Teucer."

This is not the Teucer of Troy, but one can see the link where Teucer of Troy was in the Solymi theater. And, Laomedon (= homosexual cult), grandson of Dardanus, was king of Troy. The Teucer of Salamis was made founder of the other Salamis in Cyprus, and for that reason the Teucer Trojans should link to Aphrodite elements at Lemnos, which is what we saw yesterday. The Douglas septs include Sant/Sand terms, and mythical Sandon, often equated with the Hercules lion, was likely code for Sintians on Lemnos.

As we saw the Troy Coat yesterday that was rooted in Troyes France, near Paris, so Laomedon was the father of Priam, father of Paris.

There is a question of whether the Sales and Salams (latter first found in Surrey) were named after the Seleucids that named Silesia." The current trace to Trojan elements tends to suggest that Salian Franks were not named after "salt," as claimed, but after Salamis elements (I did trace Salians to Silesia, but with some caution). It can't be a coincidence, because it was not on my mind at all when I just linked Salians to Teucer elements, that Salians lived at the mouth of the Rhine, where Batavi(ans) lived. Therefore Batavi, and likely the Padova peoples in Venetia, were named after elements of Batia.

That tends to support what was suggested yesterday, that the Teucer>Batia line represented Pedasus near Troy...which I think named the Padus=Po river after which the Padova/Padua location was named.

I am definitely keeping in mind here that I've traced "Batavl" and "Merovee" to Meroe/Merowe of ancient Ethiopia, which Wikipedia says was also named, Bedewe. This means that Teucer's Batia was from the Bedewe location.

Perhaps the larger point now is that Seleucids, whom I trace to Sales and Tal(bot)s, could have been from Salamis elements. That never occurred to me until now.

It's not surprising that the Salmon surname should be confounded with "Solomon," but look at the Douglas stars in the "Jewish" Salmon Coat. The stars are used (in royal blue) also by the "Jewish" Cohens (remember, Irish Cohens use a sea horse too, linking to Teucer), and then we find that the Italian Salmon Coat (surname first in Sicily) is exactly the Hohen Coat.

I've lost the evidence wherein a Leslie-like surname was said to be in Padova. It tends to trace Lusatian elements (beside Silesia) to Batia. The Talbot write-up's Lisieux roots came to mind when I was convinced that Talbots traced to the Solymi peoples, for they were a fellow tribe with the Lasonii. That's got to be "Ladon," the Revelation dragon, and it stands to reason that Talbots should link to Ladon if they were the proto-antiChrist Seleucids.

As you may know, I trace Ladon and the Lasonii to the Caucasian Laz, who lived among/next to the Caucasian Bats. Remember yesterday's trace of the Besant/Bessin surname to Poti/Phases of the Caucasian Bat region, then read the below.

The French Talbot Coat looks much like the Sal/Sales Coat, and like part of the German Tall/Thal Coat. The latter surname was from Thuringia, and that could suggest "Thurin" roots in "Thracian/Trojan." The bees in the Tall/Thal Coat are interesting because I tend to link the "bois" part of "Taillebois" (= early form of Talbots) to a bee line. The Tall/Thal bee design is used by the Bessin surname of Cheshire, in fact, and that means that the Talls/Thals were linked to Meschins of the Bessin (Normandy), for Ranulf le Meschin married LUCY (sounds like "Lisieux") Taillebois.

AND, the French Talbots (who use a Tall/Thal-like bar) were first found in Normandy. Checking the location of Lisieux, it happens to be in Calvados, where the Bessin is located. AND HOOOWIE, "Lisieux is situated on the confluence of the river Touques..."!!!

The Thurin Crest looks like it uses the Pendragon Crest. And that gives cause to identify the "Uther" first name of mythical Pendragon as a Thurin variation.

OH YES!!! Previously I traced the Uther code to the Other/Otter/Oder surname, and that clan uses a Coat almost identical to the Thurin Coat!!! The Other surname is in the Windsor-Coat write-up as "Otho," meaning that the Pendragon cult was rooted in the same snake as the Windsors...who don't want to tell us. It's known that the present royals of Britain are in-part from the Thuringian theater. Compare the Windsor motto to the Douglas motto, keeping in mind that Douglas' trace to Teucer (i.e. as per the salamander symbol).

As per the Tucker/Toker Coat that seems to trace solidly to Teucerians, there is not only a Tuck/Touque surname first found in horse-depicted Kent, but a Touques clan first found in Normandy and using...besants! The Touques can now be traced to whatever stock we trace the Bajo/Baiocasses that founded the Bessin, including the Bohemians and Bavarians.

The Tougue variation of the Normandy Touques reminds me of the Irish Teagues/Tiges. AND ZOWIE, I'm glad I took the time to look up what the Tige motto is because I discovered what I could not see, that the wolf in the Crest is decked with two bezants, the number of besants used in the Touques Coat! The "metuam" motto code of the Tiges reminds me of the "metam" term used by Scottish Bowers (who I link to Bavarian Bauers).

The Bessin=Bayeux is near Khyan-like Caen (we should always be on the look-out for Khyan Hyksos when on the Meschins), and then we find a Lisieux-like "licitis" in the Caen Coat motto. The Caen Crest uses ostrich feathers, which I think are also in the Tall/Thal Crest. Ostrich feathers are a symbol of Trabys and Tudors (from Trevor Tudor).

Recently, I traced Thuringians and Turin of (Piedmont) to Tuareg Berbers, but then I had independently traced Meschins (some parts of them, at least) to Mali peoples amongst whom Tuaregs lives at times. I had also traced Masseys to the Meshwesh Berbers, thought to have been called, "Mazyes." That article says so, but it also says that Meshwesh may have been the Maxyes named by Herodotus, wherefore we should see the bee in the Maxton Crest...and ask why Maxton Berbers/Amazons were doing in Roxburghshire.

READ THE FOLLOWING. You may know that I traced the Bonne/Bone surname to the Bellamys because, for one, the Bonne Coat uses the Ferte eagle. Bellamys were first in Perche, and then became the Ferte Maces...who became the Masseys. Now see here:

"The Touques is a small 104 km long coastal river in Pays d'Auge in Normandy, France...Its source is in the Perche hills, south of Gace...Two ports, the Port of Trouville-sur-Mer and Port of Deauville are situated on the river mouth opposite each other."

The Trouville location smacks of the Tree/Trow/True surname (greyhounds) mentioned yesterday as a likely Traby branch from "Troy." I trace greyhounds to the Graeae Berbers/Amazons/Gorgons.

Minutes before finding the above, I learned that Bonneville is on the Touques river, but I wasn't going to mention it in relation to the Bonne Coat because I had no evidence that there was a link. The Perche location on the Touques is the evidence, however. I had felt recently that the Skull and Bones cult links to the Bonne/Bone and similar-Coated Bohan/Bone surnames. The latter (first found in Sussex) were from Bohun, Manche, which is beside the Bessin.

The appearance of the Bonnes in Sussex evokes the trace I made of Russian leaders to that place. I can be more sure that the heraldic tiger defines the Teucer lines of Tiges/Teagues and Touques because a tiger is in the Medley Crest, surname first found in Sussex. As I said, the Medley Coat is the same design as the Wassa/Gace Coat (surname first in Cornwall), wherefore note in the quote above that the Touques river had a source in the Perche hills south of Gace.

In short, Washingtons were Medleys, and that helps to clinch a Washington-surname link back to the Mitanni. Moreover, the Veres know that they were from Mitanni, and Veres lived in Vere, Manche, close to this Touques river.

Devon, which figures so prominently in the Trojan clans, and even the Tokers/Togers/Tuckers were first in Devon, may be linked to Deauville (on the Touques), in the arrondissement of Lisieux. In any case, Pont-l'Eveque is on the Touques, and that's where the Sinclairs of Roslin/Lothian had lived. The Arms of Pont=l'Eveque (purplish Shield) use oxen/bulls, which may connect with Veres of Oxford, not forgetting that I trace the Arms-of-Oxford beaver (the Arms use a red ox too) to Bavarian elements...i.e. the Baia of Bavaria that may have been the Baiocasses founders of the Bessin.

This coming to the Sinclairs after mentioning the Washingtons is the perfect time to start on what Julie sent in, for the Roslin Sinclairs were butlers of queen Margaret, wife of Malcolm III. Let me explain.

Julie asked me to give an opinion as to why a saint Colomon of Ireland went to Vienna (and got himself hung to death as a spy). She said that "one of the churches at which the Schwangau knights worshipped was that of St. Colomon. One wonders why the OBSCURE St. Colomon was a favorite with the knights."

Saint-Coleman's Church is in SCHWANgua, Bavaria, which place uses a swan as symbol, and is thought to be linked to the swan symbol of Godfrey de Bouillon, a Boii- and bull-like term if ever we shaw one. As you may know, I tend to trace the Sava-river swan line to the Bauers and Bogens of Bavaria.

I started Julie's investigation with the Colom/Malcolm Coat, for I had traced the clan in-part to the Hungarian Drummonds and to the Bohemians that George (father of the first Scottish Drummond) married.

I had read from a document of Henry Drummond, co-founder of the pre-tribulation rapture movement and founder of the Apostolic-Church cult, that George was son of king Andrew. I had traced the Scottish flag, called, Andrew's Cross," to king Andrew I years before I had seen that the Colom/Malcol(o)m Coat is Andrew's Cross in colors reversed. By that time, I understood that the Andrew/Ross clan of Scotland was from the Varangian-Rus side of the Drummonds (king Andrew was part-Varangian, and/or his wife may have been Varangian too, say some). I stags in the Colom/Malcolm Coat must also trace to the stag of Hungarian myth.

The Colom/Malcolm write-up traces to the Hebrides, where the Irish came over to initially become the Scots. we read: "The Callums were an import branch of the clan McLeod of Raasay." Thus, we can suspect that saint Colomon was from the McLeods/Cleods (white on blue Coat), whom by the way I've traced to a Cleod-like variation of "Clovis" (Merovingian king from Merovee roots in mythical Batia).

I'm keeping in mind that the Spanish Colom Coat uses a dove (in the blue and colors of the Scottish Coloms/Malcolms) because "Columbus" is rooted in a term meaning, dove, and so I've been looking to find exactly what Colom-like clan is at the root of Washington DC = "District of Columbia." I of course suspect the Malcolm clan. Malcolm III was dubbed, CanMore, and aside from how that's defined (often "big head") by others, I link it to Moray, and Moray I root to Mures/Moravian Khazars (= co-founders of Hungarian kings) that I think Maurice Drummond was named after.

The Can part of Malcolm's nickname may then link to the Caen/Can surname as it also uses blue and white, even using a lattice that could be construed as a variation of the Colom/Malcolm saltire. As the Coloms were from Ireland, the Caen/Can surname may have been from the Irish Keons (white-on-blue fish) or the Kanes/Kaynes using the Keon fish design.

Keons were first in Sligo, a Seleucus/Silesia-like term, and that's where the Colemans were first found. They are said to be named after the dove, and they sport a greyhound in Crest, symbol of the Trues/Trows that I now think trace to Trou(ville) the Touques river. I should add that the Oxford beaver appears to have a face fashioned to reflect the humanist (= anti-Christian) prime minister, Pierre TRUdeau, of beaver-symbolized Canada.

MOREOVER, the dove is a pagan symbol of Ishtar (no relationship to the Holy-Spirit dove, of course), and so is the eight-pointed star used in the Keon Coat. Thus far, we are seeing a Washington trace to Keons, which is what I have maintained, that Washingtons were from pharaoh Khyan. But I trace "Khyan," thought to have been a variation of "John," to other Irish surnames said to be derived in "John," including the Ians...with Kean, Kain and Kane variations. The latter use what could be the Ferte eagle since it appears that they link to Caen off the Touques, and were first in Argyllshire, where the Coloms/Malcolms were first found.

The Coloms were McLeods, and the McLeod Crest is a bull head, black like the ones that I've traced to Polish king Mieszko. See the black bull in the Cole Coat, which makes it apparent that Coloms were Coles/Kyles, or vice versa. If it's not enough to trace Coloms to Hungarians and Moravians, the Colom Crest traced solidly to Polish Piasts, though they were in-part Bohemians (see Boleslaw I of Poland) that were themselves from Moravian royals. If a family's Crest holds the most importance in terms of kinship, I'd say that Coloms were mainly Piast Poles.

As it's the Mieske/Mesech Coat that uses a black bull, I'd say that Coloms should link to the Mieszko>Meschin bloodline, and that's where the CanMore link to Caens of the Bessin comes in strong.

I've shown the Coles (with 's') Crest before as a snaky variation of the Kyle Crest, but I didn't realize that the pillar around which the snake is entwined was a COLLUMN as code for the Colom surname. In fact, entering "Collumn" brings up the Colom/Malcolm Coat.

As we see that the Coles snake is green, so the Innes-Crest snake is green, but the latter snake is on a castle exactly like the one in the McLeod Coat, thus clinching the Cole(s) link to the McLeod bull.

I would venture to trace the "prudentia" motto code of the Innes' to PodeBrady/PodeBrody, the Bohemian location where George (father of Drummonds) got his wife.

If true that McLeods were named after a Clovis variation, as for example, Chlodovech or Ludovicus, note the mother of king Clovis, Basina. It smacks of the Bessin. And like the Bessin Coat, the Clovis/Clovile Coat is also black and white. See more black and white below and what it leads to. But first, see that entering "Clode" brings up the McLeod Coat. The Cloud variation of the clan evokes my link of Nibelungs to Merovingians, suggesting that Clovis was actually named, "cloud," the English variation of "nebula," before the 'u' was made a 'v.'

The Clovis trace that I'm making round-about to the Touques river may explain the following from the king-Clovis article: "Clovis was the first King of the Franks to unite all the Frankish tribes under one ruler...He was the son of Childeric I and Basina....The Salian Franks were one of two Frankish tribes who were then occupying the area west of the lower Rhine, with their center in an area known as Toxandria, between the Meuse and Scheldt (in what is now the Netherlands and Belgium)."

TOXANdria, in the Batavi theater!

McLeods were on Lewis, and another Clovis variation was Loius. The Lewis Coat is also black and white. I had traced a Clovis variation also to "Lothian," and Sinclairs of Lothian, who are from the Touques river, also use black and white. I had traced "Claro" (= Sinclairs) to black and white Clavers, who come up when entering "Clover." The Tokes/Touques of Kent use black and white, and I traced black and white to the Pepinid Merovingians, who were Babenbergs. The English Pepin Coat is not only black and white, but uses a camel in Crest that should link to king Cole of Camulodunum/Colchester. Kyles are black and white. The Illuminati likes black and white because it stands for good and evil alike, whatever is necessary at the time.

ZOWIE, French Pepins use a dove in Colom and Columbus colors!

As per the ostrich feathers mentioned earlier, the Clovis/Clovile Crest is A silver demi ostrich with a gold nail in it's beak. The nails could be code for the Neils of Ireland, who were also Sweenies using a grail symbol and obviously linked to "swan." Thus, saint Colomon is sacred in SCHWANgau because, apparently, he was from the Sweenies, who use a salamander-like "lizard."

As per the idea being solidified that Lewis was a Clovis variation from "Louis," The Lois Coat ostrich! The French Louis Coat uses lozenges in the colors of Bavarian lozenges, meaning that the latter could be rooted in the Clovis bloodline. The Louis surname was first in Lorraine, named after king Lothar of the subsequent Carolingian Franks, a term much like "Lothian."

The French Clots/Clauds, first found in Lorraine, could apply to Clovis blood. There were also these other French Clots/Clauds (acorns=oak tree) in LanguedOC=Occitania, where we expect JOKTANites...that I say used the oak as symbol for "Jok."

After checking the Claus Coat (surname first in Bavaria), it occurred to me that the Nick and/or NIColas surname could apply to the Clovis bloodline, and that would tend to identify the Merovingians as Na(c)horites, even as I've already identified them. As you may know from recent discussions that I link Nahorites fundamentally to the Roxolani, whom I've found to be depicted by the rook-species raven, so the Nicolas Coat uses those ravens in typical black and white.

The French Nicolas Coat is interesting as per the wolves, for the Neuri (living with/beside Roxolani) worshiped wolves, according to Herodotus between-the-lines. They were from Traby-like Trevidy of Brittany, but also in CHAMPgerault, where I expect Uat/Buto-cult Nahorites (let's not forget that Neuri lived with Budini).

There is a Trevy surname, first found in CAMELford of Cornwall near the Trebys of Devon, and using the Puter, Putin. Putten colors. In fact, the Trevy write-up: "Since then, their influence has moved east into Devon, Somerset and Dorset." The same line is written in the Puter-Coat write-up, and Puters were also first found in Cornwall. The Puters were first in BASUstowe, perhaps a Bath alternative.

I wasn't going to mention that on the Nicolas surname because it seemed out of place with the Colom discussion. BUT THEN I moved on to the Colin surname because the Coloms of Scotland also used roughly that term (no doubt explaining the Cole link to Coloms), and in the write-up of the blue and white French Colin Coat, here's what is found: "The surname Colin is derived from the Latin personal name Nicholaus..." I am amazed over and over again.

The English Colin Coat uses black footless martins, as does the French Nicolas Coat. I had noted that Rockefellers of the Manchester theater used black footless martins, and I trace Rockefellers (who are usually in blue and white or black and white) to Roxolani. The footless martins were used by a Rochelle-like location that I can't recall the spelling of. Both the Rochelle and Cully/Colly Coats use a black-on-white chevron, a typical Rockefeller symbol of the Rook(by)/Rockby branch.

Columbines use white doves on black, as does the Dove/Dow Coat. Columbines were first in Norfolk, as was the white-on-black Clover/Claver surname. It's hard to say whether Doves/Dows were Dowels/Dougals, but as the latter were also white on blue, like the Coloms/Malcolms, it could be true.

The McLeod root of the Coloms should explain why the McLeod motto is "Hold fast," an apparent version of "Grip fast" used by Leslies. That is, the Drummo-Hungarian root of the Coloms/Malcolms is apparent even in the McLeod Coat. It seems as though Malcolm III was already Hungarian when he married his sister off to Bartholomew of Hungary. The simultaneous link of Coloms to Polish Piasts suggests that Coloms were involved with Judith of Hungary, who seems apt to have transferred Moravian blood to Ireland/Scotland. She was wife to Boleslaw I of Poland.

HMM. Boleslaw's first wife was of Meissen, smacking of Mieszko, Boleslaw's father.

The fact that Mieszko is traced by myth writers to a KOLODziej entity may mean that he traces to the Coles and their McLeod kin. As "KOLOD" smacks of "Cloud," a variation of the McLeods, it should explain the black bull in the McLeod Crest (i.e. it is the Mieske/Mesec bull). Entering "Cold" brings up the black bull of the Coles, who use Deum Cole in the motto, which connects obviously to the "Cole Deum" motto of the Cools/Cowels...who use variations like the Cullys/Collys. The Cools/Cowels were first in Aberdeen, where the Hungarian Leslie clan -- Bartholomew Leslie who married Malcolm's sister -- lived.

And that's probably just partly how the Caucasian Laz got to Aberdeen. The Caucasian Bats would rule Moray as the Randolphs, but I'll bet they were there earlier, as the MacBeths. Any bets that the Coles were from "Colchis" and other witches and warlocks?

As the Pass/Pascal Coat uses the so-called "pascal lamb" that I think is instead code for the golden fleece of Aea on the Phases river, so the pascal lamb used in the Leveque Coat should apply to the same Colchian bloodline. The Leveque surname is said to be derived in Pont-l'Eveque upon the Touques river, and when it dawned on me that "Veque" was also "Vick/Levick" (both Coats use white on red), it was further realized -- as per my trace of "viking" to the "Vexin" in Normandy, and later to the Vicks surname -- that the L'Eveque part of Normandy was founded by elements of the Vexin. That certainly explains why Sinclairs (first found in Pont-L'eveque) were vikings. (I had traced Vicks to Becks and Bachs and possibly Bogens-et-al.)

The cloud-like symbol in the Vick Coat then seems to apply to the Nibelungs who ruled in the Vexin, and whom I traced to the founding of the Varangian Rus vikings. That would prove that Nibelungs were after mythical Nephele (depicted in myth as a cloud). You can see where I'm going, that this Nibelung cloud-line was earlier the Clovis line to the McLeods/Clouds...

...But there is an additional insight because the Vick-colored Sellicks, Talbots and other related clans use the same sort of cloud-y border. The Scotts use the same Shield but with cartwheels that I would definitely trace to KOLODziej the Wheelwright, for Piast royals (named after Kolodziej) were in Roxburghshire, where the Scotts lived. (See the COLTer cartwheels too). Scottish Scots use the French Talbot Shield.

We have no problem understanding that Nibelungs were Rus when we trace them to Nephele, whom in myth was made a symbol of Hera, she herself stemming from Horus the Hros-branch proto-Rus. This is Rosicrucian all over. And it cannot leave out Nephele's mate, Ixion the ill-fated Kyhan-branch Hyksos who were depicted in myth with a wheel (Ixion was sent to Tartarus where he was hung on a wheel).

Rosicrucians are from Khyan, in other words, and they continue to condemn themselves by keeping secrets, and being proud of their secret heritage which God found wanting and bankrupt of wisdom and goodness. For true wisdom is to accept God's wisdom, and to learn His goodness intended for all mankind, but Freemasons are selfish luciferians who merely put on a charitable front as a means to rob the peoples all the more.

One last thing, the English Colman Coat. Having seen that Coloms trace to the Piast royals, the so-called "caltrap" in the Colman Crest smacks of "Kolod," but even more of the Colter surname. The bar in the Colman Coat is called a "rayonne," and when "Rayon" is entered, the Raines Coat (in Sinclair colors) of Rennes, Brittany, comes up, which is said to be derived in "Ragin." Back in the Colman write-up: "First found in Buckinghamshire, where a record from the Pipe Rolls of 1176 show a Colemannus de ESTON" (caps mine). There was a Rus viking of the Sinclair bloodline, Eystein of More, father of RAGNvald. Colmans were in WestMORland.

Apparently, Kolodziej Poles (or proto-Poles or whatever they were, probably Moravians on the Mures, at Reghin) merged with Rollo-Rus and were thus the Colman- and Colom-branch Coles. I'll let you do any further extrapolations, as I hope an army might, because I'm tired now, having been up since 3 am, punching away like one doing work rather than play. I'll have a coffee and check the news... Thank you Julie for today's topic.

There's a headline, Obama Admin Pushed Largest Arms Deal In U.S. History While Congress In Recess.. Sixty BILLION in fighter aircraft. It looks like relations with Arabia are solid, but is this sale to scare the madman out of Ahmadinejad? Or to enrich the people inside the United States who manufacture weaponry? It's one way to get at the Middle-East wealth, not by getting oil but by getting the money that Arabs made in selling oil. We wonder whether the weapons will be used in Armageddon.

The point of the article is that Obama is pushing this deal through legislative hill without the consent of legislators, suggesting that's its unpopular and perhaps founded on less than ethical standards.

For a read on world events from a Russian perspective bordering on the anti-Christ spirit, see Time for a New World Order. The self-righteous writer has his mind closed to some important facts, and we can tell that the Russian populace is having its mind bent by this sort of reasoning daily in all the press. There are some points on Iraq and Afghanistan that we might agree with, but on Israel, the Biblical Promise is completely shunned, while Israelis are painted as pigs. Whatever we might think of Israel leaders, the last fact is, we are expecting an anti-Israeli mindset to overcome them in brutal war.

November 21

As yesterday's Trojan topic was Rus all over, as was king Arthur, and as the topic was Tolkien all over, who emphasized Rus in his myths, we would expect that Trojans touched upon king Arthur. I've already mentioned that Sir Bedivere, one of Arthur's favorite knights, was code for the Batavi, and thus we can consider Bedivere a Teucerian-Batia bloodline. As per yesterday's emphasis on the McLeod surname, see this:

"Arthur was in his castle, Bedegraine [Arthur's mother was Igraine], when messengers from his ally, King Leodegran, arrived...Using the elf-made sword Caliburn given to him by the Lady-of-the-Lake, Arthur slew many of the enemy in his victorious battle against Leodegran's foes. In the traditional feast after a successful battle, Arthur was served by a beautiful and modest young lady, who he found out was Leodegran's daughter, Guinevere."

Don't be fooled by the chivalry and romance that writers filled into these topics. We're talking pathetic peoples bent on satanism and conquest. Note that "LeodeGRAN is a combination of Leods with Igraines. I've yet to decide on a deciphering of "Igraine," but her father GORlois comes to mind, who seems to be code for the CAROLingian Franks, though mixed with "Lois," which as we saw yesterday, is a Clovis variation. As we saw that the Lois Coat uses an ostrich, a symbol of Poles, so I trace "Gorlois" to Gorlitz of the Lusatia (Polish theater).

It's a not necessarily a contradiction to trace "Gorlois" both to Carolingians and to Gorlitz because I recently realized that Carolingians linked to Carolt of the Gyula Khazars. Compare "Carolt" with "GORLITz." The Gyulas were involved with the make-up of Hungarians, and they were Ugurs/Ugrians, suggesting that "Hungarians" were in Britain long before the Drummonds and Leslies arrived, and depicted as Arthur's mother.

Keeping in mind that I trace the Salian side of Merovingians to Silesia (Lusatia theater), and that their other Frank side, the Sicambrians, were from Hungary's BUDapest (which could be a Poti-Phases mix), I recall my trace of "Merovee" to "Morbihan," a location at Gwenea/Vannes.

It appears that the Arthurian cult was Frankish and merged with Huns and/or Avars (ancestors to Hungarians proper). I did trace Attila Huns to Dol, Brittany, and so I expect other Huns there, wherefore note that I traced "GUINEvere" to Gwenea/Vannes, Brittany. As the McLeods were discovered yesterday to be the ancestral root of Coles (Colchians?), recall that the Colmans (using a "rayonne) were related to the Rayon/Rain surname in honor of Rennes, Brittany (Veres claim to be from a Rainfroi). The Coles were discovered to be Coloms/Malcolms, they being tied to Hungarian blood somehow.

We see above that Guinevere was made a daughter of Leodegran, and that smacks of what was found yesterday, that Clovis' Clode-like variations (which I linked to "McLeod") were possibly the Claus surname that was also "NiCOLAS." The French Nicolas surname was first found in Brittany, you see (and uses footless martins, a symbol of Myrddin=Merlin).

The English Nicolas Coat uses ravens, a symbol of Roxolani Alans, but found in Wales (where Merlin was from), as for example the Welsh John/James Coat. These English Nicolas' are said to be Britons, that too jibing with Arthur and Merlin, and were first found in Cornwall, where Gorlois was ruler, and where the Pendragon) surname was first found. As I tentatively identify the Nicolas surname with Na(c)horites, I should add that I linked Neuri-based Nahorites with Alans, who were Attila's main allies when conquering into France.

In that picture, the Budini among the Neuri are suspect at Buda(pest), and we might even expect Alans in that proto-Hungarian theater...who were the Geloni among the Budini.

As you saw that the Excalibur sword in the quote above was called, "Caliburn," so that term should trace to mount Alburnus (upper left on map) region of the Bruttium theater, which theater was also Calabria, that term reflecting the ExCALIBur version of the Caliburn sword. This sword was made code for the rulers of Britain, meaning that Bruttii and/or Calabrians ruled Britain. Arthus was obviously fighting his wars with the help of the Bruttii that became the Britons.

Keep in mind that Geoffrey on Monmouth traced his Brutus character to London, and meanwhile he claimed that Brutus was a Trojan. But I maintain that London was named after Lindos on Rhodes, and that Kamiros on Rhodes traces to Cimmerians. I also expect that Teucer depicted Togarmites, a tribe of Cimmerians. It is thought that Cimmerians founded SiCAMBRIA, and we know that Camber in Britain was a Welsh-Brit entity likewise traced to Cimmerians.

Therefore, if London traces to Lindos (home of the Danaans=Nahorites) , we can expect that Teucer>Batia, the Trojan bloodline to Rosicrucians, was in Kamiros, where Chemmites=Danaans=Nahorites=Cimmerians lived.

Now we are right on the mystery of the damned Telchines (of Rhodes), for as Teucer was founder of Salamis, itself depicted by mythical Telemon (see yesterday), it appears that Telchines were named after Salamis/Telemon elements. But "Telch" also reflects "Teuc(er)" itself. As I said, the other major city on Rhodes, Ialysos, reflects "Alan," and was likely the city for which "Helios" was code. It was the ship of Helios that was depicted in myth as a golden cup, wherefore the Arthurian holy grail traces to Alans/Nahorites/Danaans of Ialysos.

"When Arthur was about fifteen years old, Merlin sent messages to all concerned to come to London for the crowning of a king who would unite them and rule over them...While these armies were traveling to London, Merlin practiced more of his magic. He caused to appear...a gleaming broadsword. On the stone, in letters that glowed from within, were these words: Whoso pulleth this sword from this stone is the rightfully born King of all England."

Arthur pulled out the sword, meaning that his coronation, by the help of the Bruttii's sword slashing away all the peoples (real, women and children included) that stood in their way, was in Rhodian-based London, which Geoffrey traces to Trojans. In fact, Geoffrey calls London, "New Troy." And that's where Ector and Kay come in, for Ector is code for the Hector/Ector surname, smacking of Hector, the major Trojan king...descended from Teucer>Batia:

"The leaders of all the contentious factions tried vainly to wrest the sword from the stone. They all failed. Ector, Kay and Arthur arrived from Wales and camped in the field outside of London with the others, and then rode into London...On his way back to camp Arthur passed the chapel and saw the sword protruding from the stone. He dismounted, pulled the sword free, and returned to the quarreling pair where he handed the sword to Kay."

Why was it handed to Kay? And why was his father Ector also "Kyner," according to Wikipedia, a Khyan-like term if ever we heard one? Why is it that Kay was also "Cai," a term that I had traced to a locale in Normandy (can't recall how). Are these father and son entities from Caen and the related Touques river??? YES! I discovered the evidence a minute ago, only because I took the time to make the trace. I entered the "Key" version of the Kay surname, and found a "chevron" with teeth, just as is used by the Toker Coat!!!

The griffin holding a key in it's mouth in the Kay Coat is, so far as I can tell, the same design as per the griffins of the Troy Coat (Hungary's Leslies use this griffin design too). Therefore, Geoffrey knew what he was talking about, that London's Rhodians traced to Teucer's Trojans, and to mythical Hector...whom I assume depicted the Hyksos that were also called "Heka" as per their location in Cilicia's grail-cult region of Kizzuwatna (Batna?).

Hector's mother was Hecuba, the "uba" part likely being a Greek suffix like "opa." Hecuba's mother was daughter of the Sakarya/Sangarios river, which may suggest that so-called "holy blood" (which I now suspect among Hagarite-branch Nahorites) traces to Saracen stock. Hecuba was made to go insane, a sign that she was of the insane Maenads, whom we can link to ScaMANDER, father of Teucer>Batia.

Without going into all the details, the Maenads/Meanders were of the Samson-cult Hyksos -- the Perseus Danaans -- explaining why Hecuba's mother was from PERSEphone. In fact, her mother's name, Eonoe, smacks of the wine man, Oeneus (father of Methoni). Thus, Hecuba and Hector were Nahorites, for I identify DioNysus as pure Nahorites...out of Hagarite Edom.

Entering "Caie" brings up the English Kay Coat, and the Scottish Kays use a "Kyne" motto term. The English Caie write-up:

"One of the first records in Scotland was the Kae family of Croslats...of West Lothian. The Keay spelling was quite popular in Perthshire. Philip Qua was listed in Aberdeen in 1317 and Donald Ka was listed there too in 1399."

I shared that quote for only one reason, at which point another thing came to mind. The original point was that the above mention of Hecuba's Nahorites-Hagarite bloodline jibes with the Kays of Lothian and Perthshire (I trace Lotan of Edom to Lothian, not necessarily contradicting a Clovis>Chlode trace to "Lothian," and I trace Hagar's Ishmaelites to Perthshire).

The point coming to mind is that I had traced the Catti holy-grail line from an Armenian region's Qua-like terms to similar terms in Cilicia's Adana/Adiniya region in Kizzuwatna:

"According to the Hittite inscription of Kava, found in Hattusa, Kizzuwatna was the first kingdom that ruled Adana...the inhabitants were called Danuna. Beginning with the collapse of the Hittite Empire, c. 1191-1189 BC, invasions from the west caused a number of small kingdoms to take control of the plain, as follows: Kue Assyrians..."

The Kue. The location was also Quwe, Que, Kue, Qeve, and Coa. Compare with terms at Wikipedia's Sir-Kay article: "...(Welsh: Cai, Kai, or Kei, or Cei; Latin: Caius; French: Keu; French Romance: Queux; Old French: Kes or Kex)." The Kex and Queux versions will arise further below. The point now is: In the Adana province is CEYhan that likely applies to Kay. The Shaws, and Sava-river Saracens, and the swan-line Ligurians, should trace there too.

There's a Mersin there too, perhaps root of "Myrrdin," making sense where I traced Merlin's "virgin" wife to the "virgin," Daphne, she being from Saphon and other parts of the Cilicio-Syrian theater. The other place to which I would trace Merlin is Odrysia (depicted by "Dryas"), for the OakMen= Druids were from that place, and Merlin was a Druid sorcerer by all accounts. Odrysia may have been named after "Tros/Troy." Again, Arda and the Arda river were in Odrysia. And this region was on the MARITSA river (also the Hebros), smacking of "Mersin" and "Myrddin." The mouth of the river was near Troy, and as you may know, I trace Khyan-based Hyksos to Kikons of that river's Rhodope region.

As I had traced Hyksos, called Heqa Khasewet in Egyptian, to Kizzuwatna for obvious reason, and also because Hyksos were found (by others too) to have been Nile-based Danaans before I discovered Adana of Kizzuwatna, I'd say that Kay's father, Ector/Kyner, depicted Hyksos...that I've longed traced to Trojans anyway, before I realized that king Hector of Troy was a Hyksos code.

Both the Kays and Kinners use the same bird, called a canary at times, but also a gold-finch, and it's the same bird as per the French Pepin Coat...that I called a dove yesterday. The write-up doesn't tell the Pepin species, calling is a "silver bird" But does it not look like a dove?

I now recall discussing Ishtar's dove symbol in the chapter, Amorian Dove, which emphasized Ishtar's role as Semiramis, goddess of the Cilician theater. I've just checked, and that chapter is where I had mentioned the Kue:

...Knowing furthermore that Kadou and Kai Delymites of Cadusia moved to become the Cati and Que/Kahu of the Tarsus region, I can begin to see that Ishtar in Mesopotamia was the Agade holy grail that moved northward to Cadusia before reaching Syria and Cilicia as the Cati. Never before had I understood/considered that the Cati were Ishtar herself. "


The Ector/Hector/Heckie surname uses a sun an red and white, which should be a symbol of Rhodian Helios, the holy-grail line. That's not a contradiction, for Helios clearly depicted a Danaan peoples, suggesting that Rhodian Danaan were from Adana's holy-grail Hyksos.

As we see in the Ector/Hector write-up that mythical Ector was also "Anton," so we find the red and white Anthony surname first found in LINcolnshire (once "Lindsey"), where I trace the Danaans of Lindos. Quite apparently, Lindos was associated with Trojans of the king-Hector branch, meaning that Hector and Hecuba do trace well to Hyksos.

When Trojans lost the Trojan war (the mythical account is just that), they may have removed from Troy to Odrysia and Rhodope, and to Rhodes too. They certainly went, as the Sea Peoples, to Dor and other areas of the Tyre and Philistine theaters. But they were also the Aeneus/Aeneus Trojans to Carthage and Rome.

As Virgil pointed out, there was a sore breaking apart between the Aeneas Trojans with the Dido Tyrians, and while the Aeneus branch became a fundamental part of the Biblical dragon, the Dido branch became, I now realize, not only the anti-Rome Carthaginians/Poeni, but the anti-Roman Rosicrucians. Chief among the Dido proto-Rosicrucians were the Meshwesh sea peoples, who managed to regain Tanis on the Nile so as to become an Egyptian dynasty. And that explains why the Rus-based Massey surname, partly from Meshwesh and partly from the Eystein>Malahule Rus, is all about Masons and Templars, Rosicrucians and other rich and powerful fools. Masseys may have been the chief Rosicrucians, but being king of the dung is nothing to boast about.

It's clear that Masseys had a base in the Hebros and in Illyria, but Aeneus/Aeneas put forth an Amazon/Mysian branch in Tunisia/Libya, and the two merged somehow in the West. That's the Templar story that's never been told, that I have been Commissioned to reveal. Had it stopped only at Amazons and Mysians, or even Trojans, that might have been tolerable, but a Massey trace back to the Exodus pharaoh is what makes the planet crack and split, quake and seethe. At Armageddon.

Mythical Igraine (Arthur's mother and wife of Gorlois) may have been a Gron/Garan entity, perhaps the Gernon surname of Ranulf le Meschin (see also mascles of the Vere-like Gerings/Gerones). The Gernon Coat is essentially the Arms of Normandy. The Celemon variation of mythical Garan(wyn) evokes the Sales-of-Mascy, whom I thought yesterday to be the Salemans/Selymans/Salams, possibly from Teucer's Salamis/Telemon entities:

"Kay's father is called Ector in later literature, but the Welsh accounts name [Ector] as Cynyr Fork-Beard. In Erec and Enide, Chrétien de Troyes mentions he had a son called Gronosis, who was versed in evil, while the Welsh give him a son and daughter named Garanwyn and Celemon...

Then, in the next sentence, we read a tall code that could link Kay to the Thuringian Talls/Thals (use Bessin-surname bees) that were only yesterday linked to Talbots/Tallebois into which Ranulf le Meschin married:

"In Welsh literature, where [Kay] is called 'Cai Hir' ('Kay the Tall'),{citation needed} he is a powerful, hot-tempered champion. He and Bedivere are two of the six knights chosen to accompany Culhwch on his quest in the Mabinogion romance...and he displays such feats of heroism as slaying the giant Dwrnach, rescuing Mabon son of Modron from his watery prison, and making a dog's leash from the beard of Dillus the Bearded...[Kay] is also accorded a son named Garanwyn."

Dillus brings the Dallas surname to mind, suggesting to me that Dallas' were Talls and Talbots. I traced "Dallas" ("Semper paratus" motto) to Talos, the alternative myth name of Perdix. I think this link of the Dallas surname to the Talls/Thals is new, and so as evidence of the link, see that both Coats use a blue-on-white diagonal bar in the same direction, as is used by the French Talbots. Thank you, myth writers, for blabbing so artfully.

I've just noticed that a Caux term is in the Talbot write-up, and there is a Caux location in Shropshire, where Talbots and Meschins were first found. There is a Caux location in Normandy, and I think this was the Kay/Cai trace that I made (months ago) to Normandy. It is near the Seine, and as that river smacks of Switzerland's Sion, I should add that the page above cites a Caux in Switzerland too.

The Caux of Normandy are said to trace to a peoples called, Caletes/Caleti, smacking of the Sallete variation of the Sals/Sales of Mascy! I thought to trace the saltire symbol, a fundamental Rosicrucian-pirate symbol, to "Sallete."

To me, the Celetes evoke the Coulters and their fellow Colt/Celt clan (Perthshire) that I trace to KOLODziej. YES! When I saw the bare arm in the Colt/Celt Crest, I scrolled back to find where I had seen a "bare arm" yesterday, and it turned out to be in the Salmon Coat!!! The Sals/Sales were Salmons and Salemans/Selymans.

The Colt/Celt bare arm holds the Fulke/Falk (and Shakespeare) spear, a major Templar clan.

The Mabinogion romance and Mabon son of Modron, in the quote above, could link to the Mabey/Maybe surname...using a tiger. There is also a Mabon surname: "The Welsh name Mabon is derived from the hills and Moors of Wales where a very particular Celtic people, known as the Britons, thrived. This surname is derived from the Welsh personal name Mabon, which means a child." The Mabon Coat, in Moray colors, uses the Moray lock, and a key that should link to the Keys/Kays, remembering that the Key Coat uses the toothed chevron like in the tiger-like Toker surname.

I tend to think, as I explained recently, that Mabeys were Medleys (explaining why both use tigers), and so I entered "Madon" as per "Mabon," and came to a Madon/Magdalaine Coat using what should be the Ector Shield. The devil doesn't really like that I have come to this discovery because I had traced the Magdalane cult to the Merit/Merey surname...using a version of the Madon/Magdalaine and Ector Shield.

I did trace the Merits to the Marot-named Khazars of the Mures river, which is where I also traced Moray, thus explaining the Moray lock in the Mabon Coat. I also traced Moray stars to the American flag. The red and white stripes trace to the Bury/Berry surname, and that's where the Mayberrys of Cheshire may come in.

As the Maberleys/Modburleys of Cheshire use the Washington Shield while Medleys use the Wassa Shield, so now we have Maybe-like MayBERRY/BURRs in Cheshire, and they use the engrailed (or saw-like) Sinclair cross in colors reversed. We expect Sinclairs in Cheshire. And as Sinclairs ruled More and Moray, that's once again why the Moor head is the Mayberry Coat. Unfortunately, no May versions are show, only Mar versions.

Hmm, aunt Bee of the Mayberry show. We expect bees in the Meschin bloodline.

The Marbury surname evoked the Morvan location in the Avallon/Autun theater of France that I trace to "Merovee." I don't know that I have ever checked for a Morvan surname, but I now see an early Morewic variation, smacking of mythical Merovech, and alternative to "Merovee." The Morvan/Marewick Coat strikes us as a wavy (thing Drummond waves) version of Scotland's "Andrew's Cross."

AND, the same sort of cross (i.e. in the same colors) is used by the Coloms/Malcolms...that were just traced yesterday to Clovis, a chief Frank king descended nearly direct from Merovee! This can only mean that the Sicambrian side of the Merovingians are encoded in that Andrew's cross. That is, some entity in King Andrew used such colors and symbol in honoring a proto-Hungarian line that was somehow linked to Merovingians. Avars were linked to both Merovingians and to Hungarians.

Drummonds founded Drymen what could trace to Druido-Trojan elements in Odrysia. Note the DRYburgh in the Morvan write-up, not to mention two Sel terms: "First found in Berwickshire, where Hugh de Morville [= Douglas sept] held the Abbey of Selkirk afterwards known as Kelso about the year 1120. He subsequently became Constable of Scotland, and founder of Dryburgh Abbey. His successor, Andrew de Morewic acquired the lands of Selside in Cumberland where they held lands from Roger le Poitevin."

Selkirks use the Douglas heart (is also the Sava-Saracen heart) because they use the Douglas motto, and Douglas', related to Morays/Murrays, were from a salamander entity...that I trace to Salamis. Thus, Selkirks, also SALkirk," should prove to be Sals/Salemans/Salmons. Note the several Morvan-like septs of the Douglas', suggesting that Douglas', possibly tracing to "Teucer," were Merovingians, and that Merovingians, known to trace to Trojans, were from Teucer. Again, the Salian Franks may have been linked to Salamis.

NASTO is gearing up to enter Israel. The following is the NATO chief's way of saying, "we're about to intrude into Israel, but we don't want to be viewed as intruders":

"NATO will play an integral role in enforcing a Middle East peace deal, but will not play a direct role in reaching that agreement, the alliance's secretary general told Haaretz this weekend.

'If a Middle East peace agreement is reached, an international military force will be needed to monitor and implement it,' Anders Fogh Rasmussen said."

We'll just NEED to be there, says Rasmussen. And he couldn't have said that unless it were already planned and given thumbs-up by other Western leaders. So, that's the direction that the globe trodders are going in as regards Israel.

It's been surprisingly quiet in Iraq, they say.


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