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Global Fleece Job
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September 29 -- 30

September 28

Today's investigation is on the Easter/Ister bloodline that ruled the isle of Wight, south of Hampshire. Taking a read of the Scottish Wight surname, we find terms such as Uuiaett, Huita, Huuita, and Hwita in Britain prior to the Norman invasion. There was a Dorian mountain in Thessaly called "Oeta," and on that topic I shared yesterday that Dorians came from there, led by the son of Hercules. I can also report this:

"Mount Oeta...also transcribed as Oita, Oite or Iti) is a offshoot of the Pindus range ...In mythology Oeta is chiefly celebrated as the scene of Heracles' death. Prepared to die, he ascended Mount Oeta, where he built a funeral pile of trees, gave his bow and arrows to Poeas, father of Philoctetes, and laid himself down on the pile, his head resting on his club, and his lion's skin spread over him, and commanded Philoctetes to apply the torch to the pyre."

The Poeas above was code for MeliBoea (Thessaly), an obvious bee-line city, where he was king. And Poeas just happened to be involved with Medea (whom we don't hear much about in Greek myth), daughter of Aeetes in Colchis. As it seems evident by the mythology that Poeas and his son, Philoctetes ("chief of PamPhylians" or "eight Phils"??), were the continuation of the Hercules Danaans in later times, I note that Philoctetes (also king of Meliboea) ended up on Lemnos, the island related to Colchians and the Kabeiri. We can seek this bloodline by families using the bow and/or arrow.

Oeta, in the PINDus mountains, might have been related to the Sindi/Sinti of Lemnos, and peoples of Meliboea may have become the Boii>Bohemians for reasons below that veer back again to PIAST (i.e. sounds like "Poeos/Poias") Poles of Bohemian involvement. Let's not forget Bias, brother of MELAmPUS, both of Argos. If myth seems to continually traces the same peoples over and over again, it's because myth traces the same peoples over and over again. Mythical MeliBoea was made, sometimes, daughter of Aeolus and Anarete, suggesting the Alans and possible Nahorites leading to the Nerthus cult of Saxon-ville, not far from Nurburg.

Oeta was Hercules all over, and clearly sacred to his bloodline, and to his Lydian-lion symbol...that I've identified as Nergal. But the Buto lion cult of Wadjet/Uat comes forcefully to mind, and then reflects the Wights too. There could have been two Hercules cults, even as there were two distinct Hercules; one from Tanais-Alans migrating to Greece/Thrace along the north shore of the Black sea (his Scythes and Hyllus peoples, for example), and the other from Tanais-Alans from Tanis, Buto, etc., of the Nile. Those of you who have read my Uat investigation (started in August, third update I believe) know that Whites/Wights trace to "Uat."

It's very clear that the French Esturmy/Stur surname was the English Easter/Ister surname from Stur. Both were from Tourlaville in Manche. And because the write-up says they were near CHERburg, which smacks of the Share surname that was linked to Scheyern in Bavaria, let me repeat (from the third update this month): "Manching is in Bavaria's district of Pfaffenhofen...the district wherein Scheyern is found."

It's simply amazing how this Easter surname from Stur plays into the Scheyern Illuminati topic of near-yesterday. Scheyern is where the WITTelsbachs were originally, and shame on me for not entering "Wittel" until now to check it out. It uses talbot dogs, same as the Shares and Carricks that I traced to Scheyern. AND, to prove that the Wittels were a branch of Whites, the Wittel Coat is nearly identical to the English White Coat. Note the black eagle in the White Crest, the symbol in the Scottish White Coat, but then there are red eagles in both the Holden and Pascal Coats. I dearly want to understand the important families of the Easters and Pascals.

Why do I mention Holden? Because Scottish Wights were first found in COLDINGham. I mention Holdens in conjunction with Pascals because it appears that Easters were Wights/Whites for more reason than Easters on the isle of Wight. As some evidence of the logical, that Easters were linked to the Wight surname, the Esturmy/Stur Chief uses red-on-white roses, the color of the roses in the Irish Wight Coat.

Not just the Holdens, Easters, Esturmys and Wights use red on white, but also the Pascals...and Coldens/Goldens. I'll come back to the Coldens/Goldens for a feasible trace to the Rioni/Phasis river where the golden fleece (or golden lamb of Atreus) was located.

As I said late in the last update, the Scottish Wights use the quatrafoils of the Ayers/Hayers, but now I can report that the red-on-white Shield-on-Shield of the Hayers appears to be in use in theHolden Coat. That looks like a bat in the Holden Crest, but it's said to be A double headed red allerion. In fact, the red Adler eagles in the Coat are said to be allerions too, and so we can suspect a link to an Aller-like family. Checking it out, an allerion was a mythical creature without beak or leg-and-claws. If it's a bat, it shouldn't have those two things.

Scottish Randolphs use a bat for a Crest, and the Randolph Coat uses the cross style of the Pascals in colors reversed; if you haven't already, note the lamb (i.e. symbol of the False prophet) in the Pascal Coat. THEN, as I mentioned (last update page) that the Pascal lion is almost the lion, and in the same colors, of the Welsh Davis and David Coats, what could this mean if Obama's true father was Frank Marshall Davis??? Could it link Obama to the lamb-using Pascals? Why does Obama have a Holder surname high up in an important part of his in his world-shifting, world-meddling, world-changing government?

NOTE: the Easter Shield as a red diagonal bar on white, while the Davis Shield is a white diagonal bar, in the same direction, on red. We now have two potential traces to Obama's two bloodlines from the Easters and Pascals.

AND, the gold-on-blue dancette of the Holder surname reflects the gold and blue dancette of the English Randolph/Dunham Coat. As I now trace the dancette to the dancing Maenads of the Maeander river, where Maeonians (= one major route of Lydians proper) lived, my trace to Britain of Maeonians comes to mind, for I see them on the Meon river in Hampshire (= continental Wight) , the same place where Atrebates lived, the same place where Easters of Wight lived.

I traced the Randolph bat symbol to proto-Baathists in Britain, and then back to the Bat Caucasians, and if you think that's crazy, keep in mind that the English flag, from Georgian elements, is a red on white cross no different in style than the Randolph cross. The Bats lived at and around Poti/Phasis, and I think they were named by Poti elements, wherefore we expect Bats to trace to the West's Rosicrucians. Holders were first in Gloucestershire, a place that I link to Glaucus elements. As I showed yesterday, the Phasis river was at one time the Glaucus, and it appears that the golden-fleece city of Aea/Kutaisi was on the Glaucus. I tend to think the "Glaucus" and "Colchis" were the same entities spread over time.

But before I get to the Colden/Golden trace to Phasis, which should then also trace the Wights of Coldingham to the golden ram=sheep=lamb) bloodline, which therefore traces Easters and Pascals to the golden fleece, I would like to suggest a trace of the lamb-line to Polish Piasts, for I had traced the COLTER-Coat wheel to KOLODziej the Wheelwright,founder of the Piast dynasty. The Kelts (surname) and Celts/Colts were both in Perthshire, and the latter surname using a red stag should link to the red stag of the Goldman/Coltman Coat. It's not too much surprise that Obama is thought by many to be using his presidency to assist Goldman-Sachs. The Sachs surname was first found in Breslau, of Poland's Silesia.

AND, red and white Goldsteins were first in Silesia (suggesting that they could have been Goldmans), and they use fleur-de-lys in the manner that Trabys (= Poles) use bugles, all three joined at the center. I now keep a wet sniffer primed for evidence that the 666ish of the Traby Arms links to a lamb- or fleece-depicted bloodline. The Treback Coat shows trouts arranged somewhat like the Traby bugles, and the line that is outer edge of the fish, from tail to head, which line then returns to form the underside of the head, is a 6-shaped line, thus making for three 6s...possibly.

Polish heraldry uses horseshoes galore, the symbol in the Scottish Randolph Coat, and that makes sense because I traced that Randolph surname to the Meschins, who were from Piast king Mieszko. I had traced the Vere-Meschins from Ranulph of Cheshire to Blackwood of Lanarkshire, according to a Vere webpage's information, and these Meschins became the counts of Moray with Ranulph>Randolph surname. The Colter surname (Macey Shield in colors reversed) was first found in Lanarkshire, you see. And Pollocks were nearby, as were red and white Speers/Sprees, from the Spree river in Poland's Lusatia (beside/overlapping Silesia).

The question therefore is, can Polish Piasts be traced to the Atreus lamb symbol, or to the Pelops>Atreus line that was the Laz>Lydian golden-fleece bloodline? YES, for Poles/Polocks are traced (by me) to Pollux, who was the Leto>Apollo of Sparta (and therefore from the Uat cult without doubt). And as Pelops was king of Lydia, he too was the Leto>Apollo Atreus the Spartan, and to his father who was "married" to Pollux' "sister." That sister was Hellen, likely the Helle that was made sister to the rider of the golden fleece. That golden ram belonged to Hermes, a depiction of the Hermus river at Sardis, the Lydian capital.

Or, as I trace Piasts to Pisidians, I can put the Piast trace to Pelops another way, for it appears to me that "Tantalus" (Pelop's father) was code for the Pisidian capital, Antalya.

Or, as king Mieszko was from Sardinia, and if that place was named after Sardis, the Piasts are again traced to Lydia. The Lydian border was the Maeander, and both the Atreus bloodline to Sparta, and Dionysus, can be easily traced to the ODRysians that I think are root of the ATRebate Celts, explaining also why the Dionysus Maenads got to the Meon river of Atrebate-ville.

Sardinians were the SHARdana Sea Peoples, smacking of Share/Scheyern, etc. As the Wittelsbachs were of Scheyern, while the Wight-branch Wittels were first in Lancashire, it should explain why the Lancastrian red-on-white rose is used by Irish Wights and the Esturmys/Sturs, but also why Holdens were first in Lancashire. The latter surname uses a red-on-white eagle, the original colors, I think , of the Piast eagle (now shown in white-on-red). But as Veres were avid supporters of Lancaster's red rose, so we find that white-on-red Coldens/Goldens were first in Oxfordshire, the place ruled by Veres over several centuries.

The Oxford Arms uses a green beaver, a symbol, I think, of BAVARia, and while Veres lived in Manche, so the Esturmys/Sturs and Easters/Sturs were from Manche (not forgetting Manching near Scheyern of Bavaria). Veres used a green dragon, and so does the Colden/Golden Crest. It all smacks like a beaver's tail of fleece-rooted Bavarian Illuminatists. We don't forget that a trace of "Manche" to the Manx on the Isle of Man brings to mind the three Traby-configured human legs (i.e. joined at the center) in the Arms of the Isle of Man.

There was a little something that I saw in the Rioni-river article yesterday that I didn't share with you, not knowing if it had relevance to what I was thinking. But today I think I found that relevance. Here's what the article says: The name of the Pheasant is derived from the river or town of Phasis, as it was from here that the pheasant apparently spread to the west." Clicking to the pheasant article, we even see that scientists have classified it with a Colchian term: "The Common Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus), is a bird in the pheasant family (Phasianidae)."

Some readers may know what I was thinking, for I had mentioned the pheasant as possible symbol of the Besant surname. In the third update of March:

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

I don't forget that French Masseys use a boot likely for a Buto symbol, or that "Buto" could trace to Georgian Bats at the Poti/Phasis river.

Mieszko's Piast line produced king BEZprym, and Meschins were first in the Bessin, wherefore we can expect Besants/Bezants, and their Pheasant relatives, to be Piast Poles from the Colchian region of Phasis. To now trace Meschins to the golden-fleece river makes it possible for me to know what other families trace there too, for I have a carcass-full of recorded info on Meschins/Masseys.

NOW LOOK. English Masseys were first in Manche, where the Easters were from. And the Fertes, who were proto-Masseys and of the Bellamy clan, use a red eagle, as do Pascals and Colter-like Holdens. THEN, we see that Colden's/Goldens, whom I'm assuming were from Coldingham ruled by Wights -- possibly linked to the Easters' isle of Wight -- use gold roundels that are technically called, bezants/besants!

They tell us that bezants are symbols for Byzantine coins. But now there is reason for consideration of Phasis pheasantry. The contradiction may be solved where the Tanais region of Caucasia was Bosphorani, while Byzantium was at Bosphorus.

We would expect a Golden surname, if it thought itself to be from the golden-fleece entity/region. But when Easters and/or lamb-using Pascals are found linked to Goldens and Golden-like surnames, it's time to dig in and see what's under the dirt.

It's hard to say whether the gold martin almost hanging (like a fleece) between two spears in the Dunham Crest is code for the golden fleece. Interestingly, the symbol is called a martin passant, smacking not only of "besant," but of "Phasis."

The English Treby Chief uses gold bezants! That made me look into other Traby-like surnames that I'd mentioned in the past, one being the Travis surname (at mount Travers, Lancashire). I was shocked to find that it uses the Holden motto exactly! Already we have reasons, in the plural, for Traby traces to Colchis, and it's not too surprising where Trabys trace to Trabzon, beside Colchis.

The Welsh Trevors (Tudors, I think) are linked by their write-up to WITTington, while the Wittingtons use "aude" as a motto term. That is, both "Witting" and "aude" trace, apparently, to the Uat cult, and the Trevors knew it. A couple of hours ago I recorded that the Scottish Bernes use "aude" as well. In fact, both families use "Sapare aude" as a phrase. I was checking the Berne surname to see if its bear was the same as the English Esturmy bear (it wasn't).

Scottish Bernes are apparently related to Altens, as both use the bow and arrow, and the same Shield. The Shield smacks of the Arms of Babenberg (Austria), wherefore I'm reminded that Babenbergs of Bamberg were Bernicians too, and that Babenbergs use a club for a symbol (the same as the Bamm-Bamm club). Thus, the club and bow/arrow smack of the dying/sacrificed Hercules at Oeta, where he laid a head on his club, and gave Poeas his bow and arrows because Poeas was willing to light his funeral pyre (bee-line and Molech symbol together there).

When entering "Cold," the Cole surname comes up, which I trace to KOLODziej the Piast founder. The Cold/Cole Coat uses a black bull, as does the German Mieske/Mesech Coat. As you may know that I link Coles to Kyles of Ayrshire, and Kyles to the Ayer/Hayer surname, so note that both Hayers and Colds/Coles use "serva" for motto terms...smacking of the Poland's/Lusatia's Sorbs.

See also "Serbi" marked on this ancient map of Caucasia, at the top right, in the land of the Alans and Amazones, keeping in mind that Holdens use the Hayer Shield-on-Shield, that Hayers use mythical allerions (i.e. Alans come to mind), and that a Shield-on-Shield is a Polish design. THEN, see Coli marked on the map to the south-west of Serbi.

The Holdens and Coldens/Goldens could, by chance, be Oldens and/or Aldens and/or Altens and/or Oultons (these were traced recently to the Obama bloodline(s). Or, as per the Howlin variation, Holdens could be Howls/Owls, who use an owl symbol. Holdens also have a Houlden variation, and Ouldens of Cheshire use an Owlton variation. That looks like a match.

Ouldens were shown recently as the Otones/Oltens, the surname that kicked off the Oldenburg discussions. Ouldens are said by their write-up to have Burcy links, and the Burcy Coat is likewise a Shield-on-Shield.

As per the Holden allerion symbol, see the German Aller/Eller Coat, using the Holden-colored (red) Shield-on-Shield. That looks like a match. And as the Shield design is the CAMPbell/Cammell "windmill" (my personal term), I note that the Aller motto includes, "umbra" (I trace Chemmites of Buto-ville to Kemuel and to camp/camb/cambri/umbri terms).

I'm amazed that I am being led in the underground to what appears to be the bloodline of the False Prophet. I hope to return to this investigation with things Planted in my mind, or your mind, for to make the excavation wide and visible to all.

I wanted to go to the news, but turning to a browser that happened to have the Trevor Coat up, I saw the Powys term "First found in Herefordshire, where Tudor Trevor was Lord of Hereford, Wittington, and both Maelors, founder of the Tribe of the Marches. He was son of Ynyr Ap Cadforch, Lord of both Maelors in Powys, a Baron of Powys." Compare with "Poeas/Poias." Then, as Poeas was made a fundamental character at Oeta, note the WITTington surname in that write-up.

Powys was historical MontyGOMERyshire. The Arms of Powys use the so-called "fountain," which could be symbol for that underground, mythical river called Oceanus, a river that depicts the Atlantean migration of the Argos ship...which in another myth was made to sail all the way to Scotland and Scandinavia.

It also entered my mind just now that Pascals could have been Basques, and entering "Basket" second of all after "Bask," what do you know: "The ancient surname Basket came from the Latin personal name Paschalis, often abbreviated to Pask or Pascal, which means Passover." AND MOST-EXCELLENT, the Baskets use nearly the English Wight/White Coat! I had failed to read this Wight write-up, that says: "First found in the Isle of Wight and Dorset..." I had traced Dorset to Dorians...who were at Oeta led by the son of Hercules!!!

We now have reason to trace Pascals and Easters to Basques/Euskals, or, at least, to Baskets/Baskitts.

My theory that Revelation's Kings of the East are/include the Chinese coming to Iraq with a vengeance due to souring oil deals there could be evident in today's article:

"Iraq's Oil Ministry on Tuesday said security forces had violated the law by raiding the Chinese-run facilities of the eastern al-Ahdab oil field...

...Emergency forces in the eastern province of Wasit raided the facilities [yesterday] on the orders of some members of the provincial council....

...Two years ago, the Chinese National Petroleum Company (CNPC) and its Chinese partner, Zhenhua Oil, signed a 23-year service agreement to work in the al-Ahdab oil field, which has estimated reserves of 1 billion barrels.

CNPC contracts in Iraq have been in existence since Saddam Hussein ruled Iraq, but the agreement to work in al-Ahdab was renewed after the US-led invasion of 2003."

Reviewed??? In 2003? Reviewed by Bush, an oil man? I can't fathom the Chinese coming with a vengeance that leads to Armageddon unless their oil deals are meddled with or even dismantled by Western greedsters who have had a decade now to manipulate Iraqi oil wealth.

The Daniel 11 prophecy claims that the "few" in Iraq will become powerful with the anti-Christ on-side:

"...But even as officials in the United States and Iraq made public pronouncements that reveled in Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia's demise, the Sunni insurgent group vowed 'dark days colored in blood.'

This summer, as if to make good on its pledge, Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia embarked on a wave of terror that managed to shake even an Iraqi public inured to violence: during the past two months, Iraq has witnessed some of its highest casualty tolls in more than two years, according to the government.

How Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia has managed this unlikely turnaround --; from a near spent force to a reinvigorated threat to Iraq's democracy in a little more than two months -- is a puzzle to both the Americans and Iraqis who study the insurgent group..."

Probably, the group was never near-dead, just playing dead until Obama made good on his promise to cut the number of American fighters by more than half. That's not evidence that the anti-Christ is now behind Insurgents. But the moment seems ripe for an entry.

"Iraq's Shiite Muslim political leaders ended a special conclave [yesterday] without reaching consensus on a candidate for prime minister...

...These officials now say that without a consensus candidate, the committee will vote on the two leading candidates for the job, Mr. Maliki and Vice President Adel Abdul-Mahdi [pro-Iran, possibly linked to Western Illuminati]. It is unclear when the group will vote or how binding the vote will be.

...Mr. Allawi issued a statement over the weekend describing the current Shiite talks as a 'desperate attempt to entrench sectarian politics.'

" ...U.S. officials have encouraged the creation of a new federal post that would act as a counterbalance to the premiership, allowing for a potential unity government between Messrs. Maliki and Allawi..."

A new federal post? Hmm. Who might be in charge there?

The Iranian military incursion into Iraq days ago was rather pronounced. On that topic, we see an insidious Persian movement inside Iraq that is certainly conducive for making the few into a great power: "Iran's aim, it often seems, is to Lebanonize Iraq and its patchwork of sects and tribes, create networks of client militias, collaborators, agents and informers that would keep the country off balance and in turmoil, but able when it so desired to seize control by force if that became necessary." The Al-Qaeda article above verifies again that the terror-type Sunnis are merging withy Shi'ites for to topple Iraq. God will make good that strategy as punishment on Babylon.

September 29

Today's investigation starts by seeking Pascal-surname links to Basques, but veers off to Stewarts.

It could be argued that the Pascal-surname lamb had nothing to do with the two lambs that Menelaus was depicted with, or the one or two lambs that his father, Atreus was depicted with. It could be argued that Pascals were whatever Baskets were, and then Christianized or Judaized their surname to Pascal, simply using the Passover lamb as symbol. However, the Easters (in Pascal colors) living in the country occupied by ATREbates could suggest that the Pascal's lamb symbol is from the Atreus line, and the link of Easters to Wights and the Isle of Wight surely has to do with Baskets, who were first found on the isle of Wight.

The symbol of the Isle of Wight is a white diamond on blue, I just learned, smacking of the blue and white "lozenges" that are the Arms of WITTELSbach and the Arms of Bavaria!!! See recent updates for an explanation for those exclamation marks.

I note this morning that "Estoria" and "Astoria" are shown variations of the Easters (themselves from Normandy), terms sounding Spanish. There are French Astors using Easter/Pascal colors, featuring just a white Chief, and red Shield. The flag granted by a pope to Gascony-branch France) Basques was a white saltire cross on red, and perhaps the red-on-white Pascal cross was from that flag, or at least from the same elements that the flag represented.

The Astors have many stork-like endings in their variations, and then the Stork surname was first from Kent. FE discovered that the English Esturmy Coat, which I didn't know would become this important, used the Kent-surname lion, and that now figures in importantly. The Kent and Stork colors are identical, gold-on-blue. Although the Kent surname was not first found in Kent, a trace to Kent is possible. (that little thing in the Stork Coat is a bull's head).

Entering "Store" (English Esturmy/Stormy colors), I find stork symbols in the Store/Story Coat and Crest, AND I see some Stur-using variations (Easters/Esturmys were from Stur, Normandy, France) . Stores/Storys were first found in NorthUMBERland, and then moved to Renfrewshire (named after Rennes, Brittany, which jibes with what I'm sure was the case, that Stur families were Stewarts/Sturts from Alans of Brittany).

Fortunately, I had found (long ago) a STURTevant surname (lion in colors reversed from English-Stewart lion) by entering "Stiver" ( a term that was close to me in a way I won't disclose here). I then found a Stewart Coat by entering "Sturt" that doesn't come up when entering "Stewart/Steward," though it comes up when entering "Stuart/Stuard." The latter shows a Sturt variation.

The Stiver/Sturtevant page shows no Stiver or Stiver-like variations, BUT I had never tried (I can't recall anyway) entering "Sturtevant" until this morning, and there I find a Dutch Sturtevant with Stiver-like variations: Steuvesant, Steubesand (recalls my Stubb and Stubbing link to Stewarts), Stovesand (evokes "Staufen"), and Stowsand (smacks of the Stow/Stout surname that was the raven-depicted family). There's even Tuveson and Ruveson variations.

The Sturtevant Shield could be a variation of the Astor/Asork Shield, but in any case, here is the write-up: "The [Sturtevant] name was first recorded in Friesland, a province historically almost independent, but joined the Union of Utrecht..." This doesn't necessarily trace Sturts to Utrecht, but Dutch Walters were first recorded in Utrecht, and they may have been the reason that proto-Stewarts of Brittany used Walter as first names.

The point is, Atrebates are known to trace to the Utrecht area, and one can see that UTRecht was named after ATRebates. It therefore appears that Easters of Atrebate-ville were in fact from Atrebates, and that allows a trace back to the gold lamb(s) of Atreus.

As you may know that I traced proto-Stewarts of Brittany back in time to the raven-depicted Rus vikings of Shetland, and that I identified those vikings with the Mackays, note that German Walters (first in Silesia, where I trace Meschins) use the Mackesy and Mackey/Mackie lion (the latter even uses ravens).

Ravens are used also by the Rove Coat, should that surname link to the Ruveson variation of the Friesland Sturtevants. Remember, I trace Varangians and Nephele elements of the Nibelungs to Friesland, and Nephele was made wife of Ixion, the Hyksos that trace to Kikons on the Hebros river...where ODRysia, the Atreus cult, was located.

I've mentioned many times my belief that Stewarts were Nahorites. The Rove/Roffe surname is shown as a variation of the Rolph/Ralph surname, and both it and the other raven-using Ralphs were first from NORfolk. AND Scottish Ralphs were first in NAIRN of Nairnshire (close to Shetland).

The raven-using Mackies were first in Ayrshire, which is the area (also Renfrewshire) to which Stewarts of Dol moved when they became involved with Scottish royalty. The Wallis surname (uses Arm and Scimitar), which FE has been very interested in, was first found in Ayrshire, and she and I keep eyes out for Wallis links to Walters. Wallis is also the name of the Swiss canton wherein Sion/Sitten is found (German/Silesian Walters use white-on-gold Zionist stars), which in my recent discussions was ground zero for ancient Argo-ship related Nahorites.

I had traced that Argo crew of Orchmen-ians to the Orkneys (near Shetland), and to the Bute/Rothesay/Argyll area off of Ayrshire's coast, two areas of Scotland where the raven-depicted vikings conquered. One Stewart Coat uses the MacDonald (from Domnanns) ship as symbol, in case that turns out to be secretly a symbol for Argonauts.

As some evidence that Wallis was a Stewart entity, the Wallis (also "Wallace") Coat uses the Sturtevant lion in the same colors. But if these Sturts were the Sturs and therefore the Atreus lamb/fleece line, then so also, possibly, the Wallis clan and Wallis canton (the latter uses red and white, which I suspect links to the same as the Easters/Pascals).

English Walters, in the colors of the Ralph Coat, were first in CAMbridgeshire, and were Lords of the manor or CrOWhurst [caps mine]. Hubert Walter (c.1160-1205) was Archbishop of Canterbury [KENT]..." The Walter Coat smacks of the Sarah/Sayers Coat, the latter surname traced (by me) to the Sau river in Austria (where I suspect Babenbergs were), and to same-colored Carricks in Ayrshire (see Sauer/Sawyer write-up for mention of the Sau river). As per the Bernician factor below, note that the Sayer motto uses "bear."

If we're convinced that Ralphs were proto-Stewarts and Sturtevants/Rovesons, then note the so-called water bougets in the Ralph Coat, that they're in colors-reversed from the Bugs-surname bougets. I mention this because the Bugs surname was first in Nottinghamshire, where English Sturtevants were first found.

As per my trace of the Bugs surname to the same-colored, and bow-using, Bogens of Bavaria, the Alten-Crest bowman (symbol of Robin hood) seems to apply because Altens (using Shield colors of the Nottingham Sturtevants) were likewise first in Nottinghamshire. AND, I trace the Alten Shield to the Arms of Babenberg, and while Babenburgs were stationed in Bamberg (Bavaria), and in Bernician Bamburgh, German Altens were first in Brunswick, a term that I trace to "Bryneich," home of Bernicians of Bamburgh Castle. German Bugs' were not far from Brunswick.

We have no problem tracing Babenburgs, by way of my trace of them to Paphlagonians, to the Heneti Paphlagonians ruled by the Pelops>Atreus bloodline. Thus, Babenburgs are wildly suspect as being a major Atreus-fleece line to the West, and they are suspect as roots to the Stewarts/Veres and other Varangians. I trace "Varangi," not to the Rus, but to "Frank" (i.e. Varangian Rus were Rus merged with Franks). As we saw that Babenbergs were Merovingian-Frank Pepinids (Merovingians traced themselves to the Veneti Paphlagonians), so we saw that Zahringers of Berne>Bernicia were cousins of Veringens, likely the founders of Wieringen in northern Holland, in the Frisian border area.

This brings to mind Sturtevants/Rovesons of Friesland, as though they were both the raven-depicted, and Varangian, vikings. These Sturtevants use a stag symbol, while Zahringers and Veringens both used an antler.

Wieringen is a little further north than Utrecht. I note that the province of Utrecht flag is a white cross on red (same as the Swiss flag), colors reversed from the Pascal-Coat cross (they are all the same-style "fat" cross). The Randolphs of Moray used the same cross in Wieringen colors, and I traced that back to the Macclesfield (Cheshire) cross because I trace Randolphs to Ranulf le Meschin of Cheshire (also, the Macclesfield-Arms unicorn traces to the Shetland unicorn). As per my trace of Meschins/Mackays et al to raven-depicted vikings of Shetland (who I suspect were Varangian stock), note that "raven" smacks of "Ralph/Rove/Roffe," explaining why Ralph surnames use the raven. BUT, "Ranulph" is essentially "Ralph." I keep in mind that Ranulph le Meschin was from the Norman-Rus bloodline because his father (a Briquessart) was from Malahule, son of Eystein (grandfather of Rollo).

Now, the bat symbol of the Randolph Crest (seen also in the Bug Crest) becomes an issue because it can link to Batavians, even as I saw Batavian (of Bedfordshire) links to Meschins of Cheshire. Utrecht was bordered by the Rhine and a little ways downstream on that river lived Batavians. Thus, as expected from the Easters/Esturmys of Manche, where the Massey surname was located, Meschins and their Randolph branch look like they were linked to the ATRebate bloodline of the Easters, at UTRecht.

I don't forget my Massey/Masci trace (for more reasons than similarity of terms) to "Maastricht." If the Utrecht flag traces to the Swiss flag, then why couldn't the Maastricht symbol, a white star on red, trace to the same in the flag of Wallis (these stars were taken from those of Sion/Sitten)? A white star of red is also the symbol of the so-called "Vere star" (on Massey Shield!).

As per my trace of Batavians to Caucasian Bats at Poti/Phasis, which is where the Rioni river now flows, not only the Rhone, but the Rhine, may have been named by the Bats of Caucasia, as they became Batavians, for example. If we're convinced that Merovingians were from the Pelops>Atreus Heneti>Veneti, then why not also the Batavians who were a major factor in Merovingian make-up?

I just noticed while at the Sion page that the city was named after the Seduni Celts (upper Rhone), who lived beside the Veragri, who smack of the Varangi! It says, "whom Julius Caesar (B. G. iii. 1, 7) mentions: Nantuates Sedunos Veragrosque."

That's a long time before the Varangians proper appeared, but then it was in the days of the Nerthus-worshipping Varni on the Scandinavian and Frisian frontiers. I identified the founders of Sion as Sithones>Sitones, and they do sound like the Seduni. The Sithones were Edones, and they moved to Sweden with Sviones (perhaps the Suarones among the Varni) to become the Sitones of Gotland, wherefore the Veragri of Sion could have migrated north too to become the Varni.

A fellow Nerthus-worshiping tribe was the Eudoses, who smack of the Edones, and Wikipedia is convinced that Eudoses were Jutes, who were early called Eotens/Eotas as well: "According to Bede, [Jutes] finally settled in Kent (where they became known as the Cantuarii), Hampshire (in Wessex), and the Isle of Wight (where they became known as the Uictuarii)." That latter term, minus the 'c' that "Jute" doesn't have, smacks of "Utrecht."

The Veragri article tells of their capital at Octodurus (modern Martigny), whence the Veragri are called OCTODurenses..." (caps mine) Joktanites at lake Geneva? I recall the PhilOCTETe term of yesterday, son of mythical Poeas at Oeta. Philoctetes ended up on Lemnos (meaning that he was a peoples on Lemnos), and it just so happens that lake Geneva was called, Lemannus/Leman! Possibly, Jutes trace to Oeta, therefore. Maastricht, which I'm entertaining for the first time as a Wallis/Geneva entity, is in LIMburg province.

The Arms of Martigny use a white lion on red (with two tails like the same-colored Bohemian lion), and while these are the common Swiss colors, the Sturtevant lion is in the same colors, which could be added evidence of a Walter/Stewart trace to Wallis canton.

In the second update of this month, after tracing Oedipus to Samson (because, for one, both had eyes gouged out), I said: "I have no idea at this time what "Oedi(pus)" could depict, other than a realm in Theban Greece by an Oed-like term that I can't recall the spelling of, that I once discussed in the Ladon book when tracing Homer's Odysseus of Ithaca." Oeta is not in the Theban/Boiotian theater, but perhaps Oedipus and Odysseus apply to Oeta because it was a Hercules-lion and bee-line haunt (i.e. he was Samson and the honey-in-a-lion-carcass cult). The Meliboea that was ruled by Philoctetes and Poeas may have been named after Boiotia/Boeotia elements.

Two paragraphs from the quote above, I added this mythology: "Soon Aristaeus' bees sickened and began to die. He went to the fountain Arethusa and was advised to establish altars, sacrifice cattle and leave their carcasses. From the carcasses, new swarms of bees rose..."

I traced Aristaeus to the Arda region of ODRysia, at Oresteia, a city that was mythically the son of Agamemnon, son of Atreus! Therefore, by some stroke of luck (not likely), I found the Hercules-of-Oeta quote for the first time while discussing the Easters of Hampshire, and their links to the Isle of Wight, and was able to make a decent-looking link between Wight-surname variations and "Oeta." Now I find strong reasoning that Oeta elements trace to Atreus>Atrebates.

Yesterday's investigation touched on the bow and club symbol of Hercules/Poeas of Oeta, and as per the latter term, Powys of Wales became suspicious. With all my talk of bows of Bavaria, including the Bowers/Bauers and related Scottish Bowers who use the bow and arrow as symbol, why not also POWys? As Powys covered the region of Montgomery, note that the Montgomery Crest is a woman dressed in blue, like the same in the Maastricht Crest, which I might not have mentioned unless the Montgomery symbol wasn't fleur-de-lys in Masci-Coat colors, and because Maastricht is obviously linked to Masseys...who were Mascis of Dunham Masci. Maastricht is close to the Nurburg region.

When I first got to Maastricht today (before reaching the Powys/Montgomery subject here), the Master surname popped into my head, and not only are the two Master Coats in Montgomery colors, but the Scottish Master Crest is a bow and arrow.

Now the Master Coat and details are very Argo-interesting, and they happen to use the MacDonald ship. The motto traces to the Angus>Innes surname, even as the write-up links to Clan MacInnes. I trace the Innes'/URQuarts to Inches (KAY-like Coat) of Perthshire (where SHAWs were first found), and to INACHus (i.e. founder of Argos) elements as well as to ORCHomenos (Argo-ship crew were from Orchomenos) elements in the Orkneys.

The Master motto includes "a-rithist," smacking of mythical Aristaeus of Odrysia/Oresteia. As the latter location was also in Arda of Odrysia, note that Masters were first in ARDgour. The nearby "ruined Ardtornish Castle was in the possession of Somerled in the 12th century..." As Somerled was a principle patriarch in the MacDonald family, it should explain the MacDonald ship in the Masters Coat. BUT, it dawns on me that "Somer" could be a variation of "Gomer," thus explaining the apparent MontGomery link to Masters.

In that case, the Masters may have been from Maastricht, named after the Meuse river that I trace to mythical Muses/Mysians, who I in-turn trace to the nine witches of Arthurian Avalon. The Artois and Ardennes regions near Maastricht come to mind. As Arthur's death in Avalon was credited to mythical Mordred, whom I think was a Merovingian bloodline, I note that the Ardtornish castle is in the Morvern peninsula...where ARDgour and the Masters are/were located. That could be the Massey/Meschin link to the Arthurian cult that I have noticed many times, but could mean that Masseys were the evil Mordred branch of Arthurians. Or maybe not.

The Gaelic "A' Mhorbhairn" variation of Morven could reveal a trace to Morbihan of Brittany, what I identify as a Merovingian locale, perhaps even the founding of mythical Merovee. The Veneti were right there at Morbihan. Thus, the Merovingian link to the Arthurian cult may be uncovered in that one trace alone. I identified Arthur's wife, Guinevere, as a Gwenea code, and Gwenea was also "Vannes," at Morbihan! Montgomerys were first found in Renfrew, and it traces to Rennes of Brittany (Rennes and Vannes competed for rulership of Brittany).

If Montgomerys were Masseys/Meschins, then perhaps also the Powys entity, especially as I trace the BOWers of Scotland to the Masseys/Meschins (because the latter were root to the Bauer>Rothschild line). There is a Powys/Powis surname, first found in Shropshire (beside Wales), where Meschins were first found. Wikipedia's Meschin article features his lion symbol in red-on-gold, the colors of the Powys-surname lion's arm. Also, the Cheshire-surname Coat uses lion's paws in colors reversed (and a PURPLE hawk's lure, a lion color often used in northern Spain, where Basques also live) . See also the Bowes Coat for Powys/Poeas possibilities.

The Powys Crest is a A red bear's gamb, where a gamb seems to be an arm. The Mackays and Maceys use a bear. The "tueri" motto term of the Powys' could be code for the Tuaregs (not "Taureg"), because the u comes first in both cases, a rarity. I had traced Masseys to Tuareg cousins, the Meshwesh "Libyans," and a trace of the red-dragon Welsh to north Africa is not out of the question.

Powys also covers Brecknoch, a location I traced to the Briquessart surname, which was the Meschin bloodline directly. But Ranulf le Meschin was not only a son of Ranulf Briquessart, but of a Gos surname (stars in Maastricht and Wallis colors) that I've traced to Basques of Gascony, even as I traced the garbs of the Cheshire Arms to the garbs of Gascony. We're talking the Wassa/Washington bloodline, I'm sure, in the Gos surname.

So, I'm back to the Baskets of Wight and the inquiry as to whether they trace to Basques. Note the bell pattern in the Baskin Coat (fresh discovery this second), for these are used by the English Whites/Wights in the same colors. And this Basket link to Baskins was found even before showing what I knew I was going to from early this morning, the Haskel Coat's bell pattern (!), for I trace that surname to "Euskal" (and to Meschin scallops in Haskell colors). The same-colored Haskins use garbs, if that helps to trace to the Gascony>Cheshire line.

I can't recall the Spanish surname to which I traced the Haskell bell code, that was simultaneously evidence of a Euskal link. Oh yes, it's come back: the Eskibell/Esquille surname. The Dutch Stout surname uses white-on-blue bells, reflecting the Haskell bell pattern, and meanwhile a viking named "the Stout" is said to be a "founder" of the Rus raven symbol.

The Eskibell Coat uses a hare, a symbol tracing to Bellamys and Bells as per the German Hare/Haar Coat, for example.

The HasKETH variation of the Haskets is interesting because I trace "Cheshire" to the Keith-based Catti, but ultimately to the Catti of Hesse, fellow tribe with Batavians. We read of the Gunn surname in the Keith write-up, and in the Gunn/Guinne write-up, the Gunns are mentioned with Mackays and Sinclairs, which brings to mind the Keiths of Lothian, for Sinclairs were first in Lothian, along with the namers of Musselburgh (Lothian), who I think were Masseys from the Meshwesh Amazons/Berbers.

The Gunns use a ship, and were first in the Orkneys, smacking of the Argo-ship Orchomenos crew, Tolkien's mythical Orcs/Orks that were made allies to his evil Melkor, a depiction of the Argo- passenger, Meleager of Calydon, husband of Atalantis (we get it). The Gunn Chief is white stars on red, the Maastricht symbol, wherefore the Meuse/Maas river and Maastricht may have been named after Muses -- Mysian Amazons -- from the Meshwesh. I recall tracing the Gos-family of terms to "Guine" of Vere importance, and that seems now to be the Gunns/Guines. In fact, I said that without consideration that the Gunn Chief uses stars in the colors of the Vere star.

The Cheneys were Keiths, apparently, for "Through marriage with an heiress of the Cheynes of Axkergill, the Keiths acquired lands in Caithrless..." The Cheynes surname, smacking of Keys/Kays, turns out to use "Cheney." It reminds me of the Chee/Cheatle surname of Cheshire that I've traced to the Keiths/Keaths.

Thus, these are all Buto-related Rus clans that were also the golden fleece. "Atlantis," if from Uts (Biblical "Uz"), first-born son of Nahor, may be understood as Uat-Lantis, or Buto-Lantis if the Uat cult was later named after Buz (pronounced "booz"), his second son. But either term smacks of Lindos on Rhodes, home of the Danaan-based Rus of Argos. They had passed through the Cati holds in Cilicia's Khassi and Adana regions, before reaching Argos. From Rhodes, they were red Rus, but they developed a white-branch rose/dragon/lion/etc., which may have been the Uat cult developing into the White surname...which may have been play-on-words with "Uat" alone, having not to do with a white entity whatsoever.

I just realized. The Hare surname first in Ayrshire should trace to the Ahr region of Nurburg because the Ayer surname comes up when entering "Ahr." In fact, Hares/Haars might just be those Ahr-based Ayers. That's a potential Basque trace to the Easters.

Aside from the Ayer quatrafoils being used by Scottish Wights (i.e. who were linked to Easters of Hampshire), the point now is that Easters et al can be traced to Basques as per the Euskirchen region (on the Ahr river) of the Nurburg theater. Euskirchen was dealt in some length in the third update of this month. It uses the dancette of Manderscheid, wherefore for that reason and more it was traced to Maeonians on the Maeander river, meaning that Euskirchen entities could be expected on the Meon river, HAMPshire! That allows the Easters and Pascals, and the related Baskets and Baskins, to be Euskals of Euskirchen, which of course assumes that Euskals were named after Euskirchen, or vice versa.

The Arms of Euskirchen was only co-owned by Mandersheid, and the other owner was Blankenheim...the White surname!!! My my, how one update evolves into the other. The Euskirchen dancette, red on gold, reflects the read and gold dancette in the English Hare Coat. As these hares were first found in Surrey, I am reminded that the Euskirchen dancette was trace-able to the Scheyern dancette, and that the Share surname of Surrey traced to Scheyern (it could be that "Share" and "Scheyer(n)" were Surrey variations.

Today's stress on the Swiss region of Sitten, and of the Wallis entities, reminds me of the Aar river there. I cannot recall the family that FE shared that was named after the Wallis canton, but as Wallis is also "Valais," why not check the Valais Coat. It's a surname first in Normandy, where Easters/Esturmys were first found, and it uses the same Chief as the French/Normandy Esturmy Chief!!! Zowie, FE, who would have thought? What does this all mean? That the Aar region of Switzerland, and the Ahr region of Germany, both housed Hare and Ayer clans that were linked to the Illuminati the False Prophet?

The Irish Wights use red roses on white as do the Esturmys and Valais', and drats I can't recall which Coat shown today uses a greyhound with hare, for the Valais Crest is a greyhound. Let's not forget that Rollo married a Valois, a surname shown in the Valais page, or that Valais/Wallis of Switzerland was traced to RockeFELLERs (for more reasons than similarity of terms, for Obama's mother, and likely Obama, work(ed) for Rockefellers.

Tomorrow, Rockefeller (as per Roques/Fells/Fallis/Phelan) links to Lamb and Lambert surnames. I think I see enough there in just a few minutes to dig deeper, especially in the lamb-using English Lamberts of Surrey.

It's either bad news for the Americans, or Allawi is acting like a stickler to get the most out of the coming candy:

"DAMASCUS, Syria -- A leading candidate [i.e. Allawi] in the contested race to lead Iraq's new government insisted during a visit to Syria [today] that he would not take part in any coalition headed by his rival, the current prime minister [Maliki].

...Al-Maliki has been strongly courting al-Sadr in recent days in hopes of bringing the anti-American cleric's followers back into his camp so the prime minister can retain his post with widespread and united Shiite support...

...[Yesterday] Vice President Joe Biden spoke to Allawi by telephone, saying all four winning coalitions should have the opportunity to play a role in the new government."

With Allawi not doing uncle Sam's will so that the Sadr and Mahdi pro-Iranians don't get all the candy to themselves, and with the Sadrists seeking union with Maliki's group minus the top lollipop, it appears that Iran will get a big bite into the next government.

In Israel, pressure on Netanyahu increases as the Obama chocolate factory offers him caramel delights, but he's not bending so far, and Arabs prone to war as a final alternative have every confidence because Obama and company favor the Palestinian state. George Mitchell is in Israel to get concessions, but the only concessions that Netanyahu is prepared to offer at this time is a snack bar of his own, but serving only twisted, sugar-coated pretzels:

"After meeting with US Middle East Envoy George Mitchell in Caesarea [today], Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said that he and his government are committed to reaching a peace agreement with the Palestinian leadership.

...'That is my goal and that is our policy...I very much look forward to continuing it...' "

BUT LOOKOUT, because "Also [today], EU Foreign Policy chief Catherine Ashton announced an imminent trip to Israel, where she is due to land [tomorrow]" Isn't she the fast-food truck with junk food sure to lead to overdose and blood poisoning? She's going to lock Netanyahu in the center of a donut, while it's still frying in the hot grease. There's no telling her, no. Hide, Netanyahu, if you know what's good for you.

September 30

This update continues the Pascal/Easter topic of yesterday without explanation of the direction yesterday. It is becoming very interesting for identifying the False Prophet bloodline, if indeed it can be found with an heraldic lamb symbol. The topic ended with the mention of the Rockefeller bloodline from Wallis/Valais, for I am sure that my trace of the clan to that Swiss location, was solid when I made it several months ago.

I had identified Rockefellers with blue and white Coats, as for example the Roque/Rock Coat. Rockefellers were the old Roquefeuils of Languedoc, who merged there with the Rodes surname (thanks always to Tim for finding that), probably named after Rodez, the city/home of the Ruthene. As you can see, the Roque surname, although it doesn't show a Roquefeuil variation, was first in Languedoc, and uses rocks. We can be sure that this is the old Rockefeller family, therefore.

After tracing Rockefellers to Wallis/Valais, I noted that the Valais/Valois-Coat crescents were also white on blue.

The Fell surname uses blue on white and likely applies for that reason alone. This Coat uses blue-on-white diamonds, possibly a variation of the blue and white Bavarian/Wittelsbach/Bogen lozenges. The red-on-white roses in the Valais Crest, used in the same way by the Esturmys/Sturs/Easters of the Isle of Wight, and the red roses on white used by the Irish Wights, suggests that Rockefellers could have been linked to the WITTElsbachs.

Another example of white on blue is the Fallis surname, where the write up traces possibly to the Fallais surname. The Italian Fallis Coat is exactly identical, but its write-up shows a Failon variation, which jibes with the Phelan Coat's blue diamonds on white, on a diagonal line (i.e. in Wittelsbach/lozenge style), and with that surname's Failin variation. The Failin/Phelan surname is Irish, and is said to derive from, "FAOILain, smacking of the RocqueFEUIL ending. When one enters, "Whallen," a possible Wallis alternative, the same Coat comes up, and while Wallis used a red-on-white lion, the Failin Chief is white on red too.

Keep those two sets of colors in mind, because all three Lambert Coats use them. The French Lambert Coat is extremely interesting now because I had traced it to Piast king, Mieszko II Lambert. It uses white-on-blue stars that I traced to the French Bez-Coat star, making me realize that the Moray star (same colors) was from that king Lambert and his brother, king Bezprym. The Douglas clan uses the Moray stars too, and it just so happens that the Dougals/Dowels own a white lion on blue in Scotland, while the English Whallens/Failins use a white-on-blue lion as well. (I'm not sure of a Dougal=Failin link there, but it's reasonable.)

As per the English Lamberts, white-on-red lambs, the colors of the German Lambert crescent (the Valais Coat uses crescents in Rockefeller white on blue). Red and white are the colors of Franconia, and the German Lamberts were first found in Franconia... which recalls the Hungarian king Stephen (who used a flag like the red and white Franconian Rake) that married Giselle of BAVARIA (a region linked with Franconia), whose sister (Judith) married the Bezprym above. Judith was mother to Mieszko Lambert.

As Stewarts became central in yesterday's Pascal-lamb hunt (Piast Poles became important in the same hunt just before that), let me add that Stewarts appear to trace to king Stephen's bloodline, for the Stillbhard variation shown at the Scottish Stewart page, a difficulty until now, reflects the Stilphen variation of the Stephens, and moreover Stewarts are known to be close to Hungary-based Leslies.

That little effort, which I almost abandoned because it seemed off-topic, led me to realize that the German Stephen Coat uses the very same red and gold bars (seven in total) as do the French Esturmys!!! It was the Esturmy/Stur surname that got me to introduce the Stewarts in the Pascal hunt, as it was highly suspect that Sturs were Sturts/Stuarts. Now the evidence is in, but, wow, with the added bonus of tracing Stewarts to Stevens/Stephens.

Perhaps the Stephen surname was the oldest Stewart surname that produced the "Stow" evolution into "Steward." Certainly, my trace of proto-Stewarts to the Stout/Stow viking surname of Shetland, where I identified them as virtually the same as Drummonds there (also rooted in royal Hungarians), gives reason for a Stewart trace to Hungarians. As I trace the Stow vikings to Brittany's proto-Stewarts of Dol, note the English Steven write-up: "First found in Gloucestershire where they were descended from FitzStephen, a Breton knight who was conjecturally descended from Count Stephen of Brittany and accompanied William the Conqueror into England..." That works. And that latter Steven Coat is in all three Stewart colors, while the so-called eagle looks like it has the wings of a pelican, the Stewart-Crest symbol. .

While Hungary is on the Ister=Danube river, I may need to abandon my trace of the Easters/Isters/Esturmys to "Ister." For if the Pascals named the Baskets (as the Basket write-up claims), and if they were therefore named after Basques, I tend to think that Easters were Pascals/Baskets, named not after Ister elements, but as an alternative term for "Pascal/Passover."

However, if the Isters/Easters came first, followed by their Pascal branch, then the Baskets and Haskets/Haskells may have followed still later in time, and eventually named the Euskals/Basques. As the lamb bloodline now appears solidly to stem from Piast Poles, so that the German Lamberts are likely from the Piast Mieszko by that name, I noted that German Lamberts use a duckling for a Chief, the same as the Gas/Gascon duckling, a term smacking of Gascony-branch Basques.

I've noted that the Lambert ducklings have no feet, and no beak, just like the so-called "allerions," defined online as an eagle without beak or legs. The first time I came across allerions was in the lamb hunt earlier on this update page, as per the Holden Coat (surname was traced to Piast Poles) ; one easily spots that the mythical creature was used as symbol because Holdens were related to the Aller surname. Note that "Aller" is like "Feller."

The Fallis lion is in colors reversed from the Hallen lion, a surname evoking Whallen (that brings up the same-colored Whelan/Failin surname). Some Wale surnames appear to be related to Halls, and then there is the Hellen/Heylen/Helion surname first found in Brittany. LOOK: "First found in Brittany, where Hillion, near Saint-Brieux, was the birthplace of Herve d'Helion. d'Helion was a companion of William the Conqueror and was awarded a barony and lands in Devon." The Conqueror was birthed by a daughter of the "tanner of Falaise," and the Fallis write-up above suggests links to "Falaise."

The German Hellens are registered as the Heller (i.e. like "Aller(ion)"), and golly-polly, not only were they first found in Bavaria, but the Crest uses the Masci wing (thus adding support to a Masci trace to Bavaria). I think this is also the German Bauer/Bower wing, and the Hellen/Heller wing is in the same blue color. The Hellen/Heller Coat is in all three Aller colors, AND the central red-on-gold band in the Hellen/Heller Coat smacks of the Allen-of-Brittany (= proto-Stewart) Coat.

French Allens were first in Normandy, and we can guess in/near Stur of Normandy. The French Allen Coat uses three red ducks, smacking of the Lambert ducklings but more-so the reed-on-white Gas/Gascon ducklings. The Chief of the French Allens are stars in the colors of the Bauer stars, and the Hellen/Heller lions.

I recall when tracing Rockefellers to their rook-depicted locales (Roxburghshire, for one) that they were depicted also by footless martins, as for example we see in the Walden Coat. There is a Walder surname first found in Roxburghshire, if that helps. The Waith variation of the latter smacks of the Whites, explaining why Walders use leopards (also used by Whites), but as I traced Whites to the Uat cult, see that "Waith" is a variation also of the Watt surname, with all-seeing eye that is easily traced to the Eye of Horus in the Uat cult.

I've just checked the Wyatt Coat for extra clues, and saw that it uses a dancette like the Scheyern and Euskirchen dancettes. That could come in handy when needed.

There is no doubt in my mind that the lamb line from the Pelops>Atreus cult leads to Stewarts, and that the cult linked in Brittany to Allen-like Rockefeller lines, but also to Piast Poles (there is a question now as to whether the lamb line came to Poles through the Hungarians i.e. Judith). As Alans are now easily trace-able to Bavaria's Hellens/Hellers, note the Allanshaw variation of the English Alans, for the Shaws/Shays were traced to Scheyern of Bavaria, home of the Wittelsbachs, and they traced to the Uat cult of Budapest but also to king Stephen (and Judith his sister). That explains the Bavarian-colored diamonds used by some Rockefeller branches. As Scheyern was traced to Carricks and Shares using the black talbot dog, so the Irish Alans use black talbot dogs.

In still hold out that "Carrick" traces to "Saracen," meaning that "Scheyern" could have been a Saracen haunt, as for example the Sau-river Sawyers, or the leopard-using Sayers/Sarahs. As Carricks are said to be a branch of Craigs, I'll record here that Wallis' appear to have been Carricks, not only because the Wallis/Wallace surname was first found in Ayrshire, where Carricks were first found, but: "The Chiefly line of the Wallaces of Riccarton took on the designation of Craigie after acquiring the Craigie estates by marriage." The Craigie of Ayrshire use crescents (and the chevron with "knob").

It pays to record things, and I use "knob" so I can quickly find it when needed. In the fourth update of August, I wrote: "I had recorded the unusual chevron used by the Hewitts some months ago as a 'knob' for easy retrieving, when I found it in the Craigie/Craggy Coat (sixth update in May)." Hewitts/Hewats (use owls) figure in well as a potential Wight surname. In fact, Hewitts were first found in Dorset, smack beside the Isle of Wight!

The Franconian Lambert write-up is Maastricht-interesting: "The name Lambrecht with its many regional variations was much loved both as a first and last name throughout the Middle Ages. This was partly owing to the fame of Bishop Lambertus von Maastricht who lived around 700 a.d." With my Masci trace to three places, Bavaria, Maastricht, and the Mieszko Poles, one can imagine that Mieszko Lambert was named in honor of this Lambertus-of-Maastricht bloodline. I know that Mieszko I (Lambert's grandfather) was from Sardinians, who we can suspect were Saracens, and that could explain why the Lambert Coat uses a crescent.

If it seems like a stretch to link a lamb symbol to the old Germanic "Lambert," know that a lamb in German is "lamm." Therefore, I'm ignoring all definitions of "Lambert" in the term "bert," and viewing "Lambert" as a name after a lamb entity and using an "er(t)" suffix. Entering "Lamm" brings up the English Lamb Coat, which is obviously related to the Scottish Lamb Coat. The latter uses red-on-white stars, the color of Wallis/Valais stars, and the English Gos stars, which I mention because the German/Bavarian Gos Coat smacks of the French Lambert Coat. Too many coincidences makes for the truth.

Lamms/Lambs were first in NorthUMBERland, and Fells first in CUMBERland, while Allers use "umbra" in their motto and a CAMPbell/Cammell "windmill" (that I trace to Kemuel and/or Chemiites of the Uat cult). The lamb in the Lamm/Lamb Crest has what looks like a hare on its back. The English Hare surname was first found in Surrey, where the Lamberts were first found, but also the Shares from Scheyern. It fits just like an old bone in a talbot's mouth. For as Shares were Carricks/Craigs and therefore owl-using Hewitts, the owl-using GAStons should apply, as they too were first in Surrey. And Gastons were traced (third update in June) to the Traby fold of Polish Sadowsky, who, incidentally, were from CRACow.

But Sadowskis were also in Lublin, a place that I traced tentatively to Louvain (Belgium and Kent). English Lamberts, using a lamb in Sadowski colors, were not only in Surrey (i.e. where we expect the Gaston-branch Sadowskis), but were of Louvain elements: "First found in Surrey where they were descended from the ancient Count of Mons and Louvain, born 940 A.D. died 1004....Accompanying Duke William to England at the Battle of Hastings, a Norman chief, Haco Lambert acquired lands from Duke William and is recorded in the Domesday Book. Descended was Henry Fitz Lambert living in 1235 who was a benefactor of the church at Lincoln."

Put that apparent Gaston link to Lamberts together with the Gas/Gascon duckling (Sadowski colors again) used by German Lamberts, and I think we can trace the mythical lamb bloodline, expected to go to the False Prophet, to the 666ish Traby fold. The German Lamberts also use Sadowski colors, and in fact the crescent is a little reflective of the Sadowski 'Q'. The Gastons are apparently related to the Gass surname of Yorkshire.

On top of that, I recall tracing the Sadowski branch of Zarczynski to Surrey:

Last night, as I studied this webpage from Tim, I figured that the Q Coat (same as Sadowski Coat) used by the Polish Zarczynskis could be linked to the Sark Coat...I studied the [Sark] variations, noting that the surname is properly, "Surrey." I didn't realize then, not until a minute ago, that the Gastons were first found in Surrey!! PLUS, the Sark Coat uses red and white checks, the Gaston checks!!! (third update June).

The Darks/Arques may have been Sark-branch Surreys because Darks were first found in Kent, where the Louvain surname (same Coat as the Massins/Masons of Kent, possibly/likely from Polish Mieszko>Meschins) was first found. As I expect Obama and the False Prophet to be of the Traby fold (as per Brzezinski's Traby Arms), note that the Dark/Arque saltire is in the colors of the Bat saltire (not to mention the Maxwell-branch Meschins), and that while the Bats use a wolf (same style wolf as the Wolfleys of Cheshire to whom Obama's Dunham/Randolph line traces) in Crest along with black bats in the Coat, the Scottish/Moray Randolphs (from Meschins of Cheshire), with black bat in Crest, are said to be derived somehow in "wolf".

AGAIN, if Trabys trace to Trabzon, then the Bats (and Randolphs and Mieszko Poles) could trace to the Gargarians (Bat Georgians were Gargarians, we assume) which merged with Trabzon Amazons to form the Alan Huns. Even as Maxwells use a stag, so the Huns evoke the Hungarians and the proto-Hungarian Avars, even the Attila Huns merged with Alan Huns. The lamb line to Mieszko Poles appears to go to Hungarian Arpads again, in other words, even as Mieszko Lambert had Judith of Hungary for a mother.

And Hungarians trace to the far-north of Russia, to Ugrians, where the Roxolani (= Rox-Alans) lived, who I am sure were related/associated with Neuri and Budini, likely a branch of Geloni and/or Alizones. The Scottish Maxwells were from Maxton, ROXburghshire. But Arpads also trace to Moravian Khazars on the Mures/Maros, which river I traced, long before any consideration of a trace of the lamb line to Atreus Odrysians on the Hebros, to the Maritsa river, also known as the Hebros (the same Hebros of the Odrysians). Thus the lamb line of Atreus should be among Moravians if indeed they were named by Mures-river Avars/Khazars, and that's the entity that founded Moray, even Merovingians of Moravia elements, whom trace to the Pelops Heneti>Veneti.

Fortunately, the Irish Lamb Coat is nearly identical with the English Lamb Coat, proving that the Lowan variation of the Irish branch is a Lamb surname. It smacks of "Louvain." The clan is said to be from "The O Luain sept of Oriel..." In other words, the Lambs could have been from Lowans and/or Louvains, but plugging in "Oriel," we find a surname from Lancaster with Coat almost that of the Inces, also from Lancaster, who were the Innes clan from Lancaster...though the Scottish Innes clan was in Moray, and uses the Moray stars that I trace to the French Bez(prym) and Lambert stars. Coincidence? I'm not a magician.

As I know that the green Innes snake connects to the same of the Mackesys, the Loan surname is likely a Lowan variation because it uses the Argenson/Margeson/Mackesy (linked by me to the Darks/Arques) and Mackie/Margy lion (I traced the Marg terms to both Darks and Hungarians of the queen-Margaret bloodline).

Louvain in Belgium is also "Leuven," and the Italian Leuven surname was first found at Padova (Venetia), where I traced the Babenberg Paphlagonians and Pepinid Merovingians. The Leuven Coat is the Babenburg-surname Coat!!! Again, the Dunham surname in the Obama bloodline is known to be from one Mr. Singletary (who changed the surname to Dunham), and the Singletary Coat is the Babenberg/Leuven Coat in colors reversed. Singletarys were first in Lancashire, appropriate if they were of the lamb-line Luains of Oriel/Innes.

The lamb trace to the ZarCYZINskis evoked mythical Cyzicus (though I'm not making the link on this basis), son of Aeneus, depiction of the Aenus location at the mouth of the Hebros. That city was also Poltys, and I traced (last update page) that term to Poles and to Piast king, Boleslaw, father of Mieszko Lambert. That was before I came to the Lambert surname. Coincidence? Or am I a magician? There was a lot of Edom speak in that Aenus discussion, evoking now the owls of the Zarcyzinski line to Surrey, and my Gos/Gas-surname trace to the Kos/Kas cult of Edom.

If Pascals/Baskets and Easters were Basques, and if the Gos'/Gas' were Basques, as I contend, then apparently the lamb line traces to Edom. And as I identify the golden fleece as Ladon's Lazi Caucasians, I would trace the lamb line to Lotan of Seir, the Horite cult of Nahorites. Baa-d Nahorites! Always baaa-d Nahorites. That was the Zeus cult, and I trace "Taurus" to Dor and Tyrus/Surru; then Tyre to Surrey, and Dor to Dorians and Odrysians. But the mystery is how the Taurus peoples ended up represented as a lamb. I think the ram symbol started it off.

I had once or twice mentioned (before coming to the lamb line now under investigation) a theory in which mythical Aeneas, founder of Romans, was named after a term that evolved into the Italian for "lamb," which is "agnello" but with a silent 'g'.

I'm out of time. Best check the news and continue tomorrow.

I got to an article that thinks the virus planted into Iranians computers to somehow drown its nuclear achievements is from Israelites who use a Myrtus code linked to Biblical Esther. "That use of the word [= virus code] 'Myrtus' -- which can be read as an allusion to Esther..." Along with the Samson story, I view the Esther story as mythology (no New Testament figure quotes from Esther). I was tipped off my the use of Modecai, Esther's helpmate. The two smack of the Ishtar cult's Marduk, and I'm assuming that Myrtus is Mordecai/Marduk. That led to a short investigation of Martin surnames, and I saw some lamb-line links as per today's discussion. I'll share that tomorrow.

The Iran virus story here. "early 60 percent of the Stuxnet infections have occurred in Iran. It is specifically designed to infiltrate systems run by Siemens technology..." I trace Siemens to the mythical Siem terms in the Piast, pre-Mieszko Polish royalty, and I suspect that its a Samson-cult term.

They say that in order to introduce a global currency, the American dollar needs to be murdered. Things have been looking on-track of that situation for months:

"The dollar headed for its biggest monthly loss since 2008 versus the euro...

...Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke is scheduled to testify in Washington today amid speculation the central bank is preparing to buy more U.S. debt"

That's putting the dollar on life-support, and in the hands of the doctor. Is that doctor a raving lunatic, is the question? Is the doctor responsible for the ailment in the first place?

The latest Wikipedia low-down on general Mattis:

"In July [2010], he was recommended by Defense Secretary Robert Gates for nomination to replace David Petraeus as commander of United States Central Command instead of deputy commander John R. Allen, and formally nominated by President Barack Obama on July 21. His confirmation by the Senate Armed Services Committee on August 5 marks the first time that Marines have held billets as commander and deputy commander of a Unified Combatant Command. He took command at a ceremony at MacDill Air Force Base on August 11"

I had traced the Mattis surname to Angus and therefore to Innes, but I can't repeat all that here. I note that "Innes" reflects "Aeneas," or the lamb-like term that I imagine Aeneus to have been named after. Yes, I trace the Innes/Inces to Enki elements among pagans, but Marduk was a continuation of the Enki-Ishtar cult, wherefore the pagan cult that devised Biblical Esther looks like it could lead to the Easters/Pascals.

I have just found that Cousins, a surname popping into my head while thinking "ZarCYZINski," were first in Norfolk and HAMPshire (where Easters were originally), and that the Cousins Coat is a little reflective of the Sark/Surey Coat. The Cousins have a Cozin variation (smacks of Kos). CYZicus was father to Aeneus.

I have no idea what Mattis has been up to, though I imagine he's getting settled in still, but making decisions in the back of his head that should soon translate to the Iraqi theater's dirtline.


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