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January 1

Nathan Mayer Rothschild, 1st Baron Rothschild...

Known as "Natty", he was the eldest son of Lionel de Rothschild (1808-1879) and Charlotte Rothschild (née von Rothschild), grandson of Nathan Mayer Rothschild after whom he was named, and the great-grandson of Mayer Amschel Rothschild founder of the dynasty.

...On 16 April 1867 he married Emma Louise von Rothschild (1844-1935), a cousin from the Rothschild banking family of Germany in Frankfurt...

A Rothschild who married a Rothschild who gave birth to a Rothschild marrying a Rothschild. A "little" self-interested? Let's go on:

In 1847, [Natty's] uncle Anthony Nathan de Rothschild (1810-1876) was created 1st Baronet de Rothschild, of Tring Park. Because Anthony had no male heirs, on his death the baronetcy passed to his nephew [Natty]. He was subsequently elevated to the House of Lords and created Baron Rothschild in 1885 with which title the baronetcy remains merged.

Before going on, a little on the Tring park in Berwickshire. It was a royal entity but purchased by Lionel Nathan de Rothschild (died 1879), the son of Nathan Mayer Rothschild and Hanna Barent Cohen. There's an early Rothschild-Cohen merger. In fact, Nathan Mayer was the son of the first Rothschild, and it was this Nathan who came to Britain from Frankfurt.

The Tring surname (Nobel lion) uses a red lion like the Drone/Drayn (first in Yorkshire) and Trane/Trayne Coats. Both Trings and Tranes/Traynes (two-tailed lion) were first in Northumberland, suggesting a match. The write-up for the latter: "...Lords of the manor of Streatlam, Stewards of Richmondshire (now Yorkshire and Durham), and were closely associated with the ancient Percies..."

Richmond and Yorkshire were topics yesterday. Richmond is where Alan the Red (and Black) of Brittany ruled, and then we find that English Stewarts also use a red lion on white.

I'd like to record that the Arms of Richmondshire use a purplish hawk's lure, suggesting the purple lure in the Cheshire-surname Crest. The Herod/Harold/Hurl Crest also uses the hawk's lure, and that surname is a McLeod sept.

Natty was the leader of the London branch of the Rothschild banking world. He was an international banker:

During his tenure he also maintained its pre-eminent position in private venture finance and in issuing loans to the governments of the USA, Russia and Austria...

Natty also funded Cecil Rhodes in the development of the British South Africa Company and the De Beers diamond conglomerate. He administered Rhodes's estate after his death in 1902 and helped to set up the Rhodes Scholarship scheme at Oxford University.

He died on 31 March 1915.,_1st_Baron_Rothschild

The article is short for the many things that he must have been involved with. He died in the first World War, a war that some say was started by Rothschilds for self-interested reasons toward global control.

Natty's son was Baron Rothschild II, and it was he who received/promoted the Balfour Declaration that ultimately put Israel on the map. In the same year, Russian Communist was formed by Rothschild agents, and the land of Israel was taken by British soldiers. He died in Hertfordshire (he had a home in Tring park); in Wikipedia's Hertfordshire article: "Tring and Danais became one..."

As I go on to Rothschild-related Bellamy>Cheshire clans, keep in mind that mythical Danaus was son of Belus, and that Danaus/Hyksos elements in Adana (Cilicia) became the Catti of Hesse and their fellow tribe, the Batavi. Tring was beside BEDford, which I've linked to the Meschin-related Batavians that I think were mythical Bedivere. The Arms of Bedforshire use white scallops on black (Meschin symbol) and almost the Massey Shield.

The Balfour Crest is interesting for my trace of Pforzheim (Baden-Wurttemberg) elements to Fife, for the Balfours were first in Fife, and the Crest uses a red baton, smacking of Baden (uses a red bar). The Baden surname is also "Batton," and uses an all-seeing eye, a symbol often thought to be a Rothschild one. For first being in Somerset, the Badens/Batons were likely the Bidens/Buttons...of Bath and Wells, Somerset.

The Balfour Coat uses an otter on a black-on-white chevron, colors reversed to the Pendragon chevron. Not only do I trace the Otter/Other surname (root of the Windsors) to mythcode, "Uther" Pendragon, but the Other Coat was recently discovered (by me) to use the red-on-gold Arms-of-Baden bar. Arthur Balfour (the one who promoted the Balfour Declaration) was a known Satanist, as expected of the Pendragon cult.

The article on Baron [Walter] Rothschild II tells that he was in cahoots with Chain Weizmann, the leading Zionist. The Weizmann surname is likely a branch of the German Weis clan that brought about Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian Illuminati, a very Communistic organization promoted by Karl Marx. The Marx clan was first found in Austria, where the Bauer>Rothschild line was first found, and the German Marx Coat uses the same gold lion as the Sforza Coat, but instead of holding a quince, the Marx lion holds a Zionist star in the color of the Weis Zionist star.

Baron Rothschild II was not the father of baron Nathaniel/Victor Rothschild III. The latter was a son of a Wertheim clan that could have been the founders of "Wurttem(berg)." Baron Rothschild III was an evil man of Russian interests, yet the family, though suspected, was not put down in Britain. He had

joined the secret society, the Cambridge Apostles, which at that time was predominantly Marxist..." There he became friends with the future Soviet spies Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt, who were also members, as was Kim Philby, who became the most important Soviet spy in Britain. Rothschild gave Blunt £100 to purchase "Eliezer and Rebecca" by Nicholas Poussin.,_3rd_Baron_Rothschild

I didn't know this when stressing the Pouzins (Cohen sun) yesterday. I showed that Pouzins were married to the Brays, and traced the latter (tentatively) to "Brugg/Bruges (Belgium), wherefore it's conspicuous that the Burgess surname, which I had years ago linked fundamentally to the America-founding Illuminati, is said to derive from "Brugha."

The English Burgess surname (checkerboard Shield in Hohen colors) was first in Sussex, the place to which I traced surnames of various leaders of Russia, including the Putten/Paddan surname. The Dutch Putten Coat not only resembles the checkered Burgess Coat, but is in Baden colors (i.e. suggesting Baden roots for Putin-like surnames). The Puters were first in Devon, near Bath and Wells. It's not being forgotten that rivers at Pforzheim flow into the Rhine...that flows by Frankfurt and exits near Holland's Rotterdam.

As per the Russian spy, Kim Philby, the Philby Coat uses the goat of the German Richard Coat in colors reversed. It just so happens that, before knowing this yesterday, the Richards were linked to the Hixons who had just been linked to the Brays (because both use eagle's legs). Coincidences?

The Baron-Rothschild III article goes on: "[Rothschild's] flat in London was shared with Burgess and Blunt. This later aroused suspicion that he was the so-called Fifth Man in the Cambridge Spy Ring. The Fifth Man was later identified as John Cairncross." The Cairncross surname was first in Angus (beside Fife), the region to which I trace Pforzheim elements (I think Pforzheim's Enz river traces to the Innes clan of Angus elements). We're about to see more Rothschild-associated surnames in the Angus theater. (It should be recorded that Cairns use martlets while Cerns were first in Silesia).

A Shield filled with checks is suspect as the same that was/is a symbol of witchcraft and the Illuminati. Cohens and Hohens use such "checkerboards," though perhaps they were chessboards as code for the Ches and/or Chess surnames, not forgetting that "Cheshire" has been traced (by me) to "Hesse" and/or the Catti peoples of Hesse.

As Karl Marx was an Illuminatist, let me re-quote from the article on the first Nathan Rothschild: "On 22 October 1806 in London he married Hannah Barent-Cohen (1783-1850), daughter of Levi Barent-Cohen (1747-1808) and wife Lydia Diamantschleifer and paternal granddaughter of Barent Cohen and wife, whose other son Salomon David Barent-Cohen (d. 1807) married Sara Brandes, great-grandparents of Karl Marx.

From the very start of Rothschild fortunes, there was proto-Communistic world control in mind, which becomes important when expecting that the anti-Christ will be a Russian (Gog) agent linked to a Western Illuminati cult. Reading the article on baron Rothschild III, one sees involvement at the highest levels of the British government, having rolls in military, Intelligence, and think-tank affairs, all while secretly working for Communism.

Baron Rothschild III married a Hutchinson surname I didn't know what to say on the Hutchinson Coat, aside from the Crests's wyvern dragon (= Vere Illuminati, until loading the Hutch term bringing up the Hitchens, who use the Fort-Coat castle. The Fort castle is on a Shield split red and blue, just like the Hutchinson Shield.

Curiously, the Hitchen surname is said to derive in "Richard." In fact, the write-up is exactly the same as in the Hixon write-up, which is how the Richard term was introduced yesterday. The idea is that Hitchens were Hixons, an idea that came to mind before seeing this evidence (I wasn't going to report that idea until now).

The Hitchen castle is used also by the French Martins, while German Martins use the Sforza and/or Marx lion, apparently.

The "Jewish" Marx Coat uses checks in Hohen-check colors, not to mention roses as the Rosicrucian symbol. The Coat also uses the Zionist star in Weis-star colors (there are ample online links between Karl Marx and Weishaupt's Illuminati). The Marx surname is also "Mark," and the French Mark Coat uses Cohen-colored checks (on a green Shield) in the same fashion as the Marx Coat. I see the latter checks as the French Fer checks.

Baron Rothschild III trained his son (baron Rothschild IV) at Eton college. Entering Eton brings up the Eton/Eaton Coat (surname from Cheshire), which uses the "cross" of the Samson Coat (= Polish/Piast/Mieszko elements). The latter also uses scallops in the colors of the Spencer scallops (Hood "fret"), mentioned here, not only because baron IV was with Spencer House Capital Management, but because the same paragraph tells that "He was a close personal friend of Diana, Princess of Wales and maintains strong personal and business links with Henry Kissinger." Diana was a Spencer. You can probably take it to the bank that Diana was a Rothschild agent planted in the royal house of Windsor.,_4th_Baron_Rothschild

In the same paragraph: "After resigning from the bank in 1980, Jacob Rothschild went on to found J. Rothschild Assurance Group (now St. James's Place) with Sir Mark Weinberg in 1991. In 1989, he joined forces with Sir James Goldsmith and Kerry Packer, in an unsuccessful bid for British American Tobacco." The Weinberg Coat uses Zionist stars in Weis colors, and like the Weis surname was first found in Bavaria.

The English Goldsmith Chief uses the Tring lion, and what could be the Lazard stripes (Lazard is a banking family).

There's more Hohen checks (I reckon) in the Packer Coat, though in this case the checks are flipped and called "lozengy." This becomes Laevi interesting because the "Jewish" Levi lion, in the same colors, is used by the Packet/Paget surname, first found in Oxfordshire. The Packers were first in neighboring Berkshire (location of Windsor castle).

PLUS, the same lion is in the Packer-colored Pascal Coat, suggesting Pascal links to "Pack" or even "Pace." The red-on-white "fat" cross of the Pascal Coat has already been traced tentatively to the Annan(dale) saltire that links back to the across the Po river from the Laevi Gauls. The Ananes lived at Placentia that is now Piacenza, a very Pace-like term. The Pace surname is Italian though there's one from Cheshire too.

I keep in mind my trace of "Chester" and "Cheshire" to the Kay family of names, especially the Caius variation of mythical Kay. The purple hawk's lure of the Cheshire surname could link to the purple Shield of the Cheshire Paces. The Ches(ham) surname (a buck) was first in Buckinghamshire (beside Oxfordshire and Berkshire), where baron Rothschild IV purchased some estates.

The Pace Coat uses besants ( a symbol of the Bessin/Bayeux, in my present opinion), and the Ches(ham) surname was from the bishop of Bayeux. The Buckingham surname (first found in Oxfordshire) uses besants too (perhaps "Bucking" was a hard-c version of "Bessin").

One can see a potential "Pack" in "Bucking." There is a French Pack Coat with red bull, matching the red ox of the Oxford Arms. There is also a Polish Pack surname which could trace the red Pack bull to the red bull in the Arms of Lusatia.

Having made the Cheshire connection once again to the Rothschild Illuminati, it's time to go back to the Tring park purchased by this elite Rothschild line. We read that the Tring-related Tranes were closely associated with the Percy surname (Bellamy colors), which I suspect was from "Perche," the Normandy location of the first-known Bellamys...who lead straight to the Masseys of Cheshire. Meanwhile, the personal symbol of Ranulf le Meschin was a red lion on gold background, the Trane symbol. The point is, the Perche Coat uses two "fat" chevrons on white (French Levis also use fat chevrons), the symbol of the Scottish Oliver Coat. "Oliver" was traced solidly to "Laevi"...the Gauls of the Bellovesus alliance.

Back to the Spencer Coat with the fret used also in the Hood Coat, I want to mention that the Hood Crest is the Kay bird. The Hoods are important for its links to the Hitler surname.

You may have read about Putin's takeover of the Russian oil giant, Yukos, and jailing its owner for the purpose. "In 2003 [baron] Rothschild [IV] came under scrutiny when Russian oil industrialist Mikhail Khodorkovsky's shares in YUKOS passed to him under a deal they concluded prior to Khodorkovsky's arrest." This was the first sign to me that Rothschilds could get involved in Gog's oil affairs in Iraq. Since then, I have seen other signs that Rothschilds are in Iraq oil affairs.

This Rothschild was definitely pro-Israel: "Lord Rothschild has also followed the Rothschild family's charitable interests in Israel and is the chairman of Yad Hanadiv, the family foundation which gave the Knesset and the Supreme Court buildings to Israel. He is also Honorary President of the Institute for Jewish Policy Research." Did something go wrong since then between the family and the Israeli leaders? I never read reports on how these Rothschilds feel about Obama's Palestinian state, but googling just now, I found this"

...leading Jewish philanthropist Baron Eric de Rothschild told The Jerusalem Post...

Rothschild, born in 1940, called that post-war period his "evil youth," a point of time in which he became "absolutely persuaded that you needed to have a Palestinian state. I remember how unpopular that idea was. I was branded in France as a being against the community." Rothschild has stayed involved in coexistence work as a member of the international board of the Peres Center for Peace, and has also maintained his leading position in the French Jewish community.

Was that an idea trickling down to other Rothschilds, or perhaps an idea born in a Rothschild think tank to begin with? Note the similarity between "Placentia" and "Palestine" or "Philistine."

Baron Rothschild IV married into a Dunn banking family. It's possible, based on heraldry comparisons, to make some link of the Scottish Dunn family to the Dunham line to Obama. The Dunn Crest uses a key, perhaps for a Kay clan, but the Dunn locks could link to the Moray lock, the latter called a "fetterlock." Randolphs, who ruled Moray, are in Dunn colors, and meanwhile the English Randolphs and Dunhams share the same Coat.

The fetterlock prompts a look at the Fetter surname (a sun), first found in Bavaria. That can explain why an "Important" Rothschild married a Dunn. "Fetter" evokes the Bavarian city of Fussen/Foetes with play-on-words with "foot/feet." There's a Foot surname first in Cheshire. "Fetter" reminds me of the Russian Federov surname, and there is a Feder/FEYder surname (swan) first found in Bavaria.

The Feyder surname caused a look at the Fey Coat, having a Feder-colored Shield. The Fey write-up was not seen when I wrote the above on the foot/feet: "The original Gaelic form of the name Fey is O Fathaigh, derived from the word 'fothadh,' meaning 'foundation.'" The Fey/Fay Coat (in Vey colors) is very reflective of the Bait/Beith Coat (both use swords run through a boar's head), and the latter surname was traced (by me) to MacBeth and Mackay elements at Moray.

I had trace "MacBeth" to "Bute," and that's where mythical Morgan le Fay was located. It strikes me that Bute is represented in both the Dutch Vey and French Massey Coats as a boot, which fits nicely with a foot theme.

I had traced the Vivian variation of the Veys to "Fife," and here as confirmation the Fay-related Bait/Baith surname was first in Fife.

The Beth/Beeton Coat uses another otter and what should be the Bellamy Shield. The Bellamy-like Balfours, first found in Fife, were the other family using an otter. The "four" ending on "Balfour," and the "Forward" motto term of the Balfour Coat, might be for Farfor (in Angus beside Fife). Did you happen to notice that the Dunns, who were the reason for the introduction of the Moray fetterlocks because they to use locks, were first in Angus?

Both Beth Coats use the Bellamy Shield, which is important for verifying that Percys were from Perche (the home of Bellamys). For the Beth/Beeton Coat above uses gold-on-blue lozenges/diamonds, the only symbol of the Percy Coat.

Baits were recently linked to the key-using Bettys/Beatys, and that's perhaps where the Dunn locks and key come in. It was proven that Bettys were Bernicians like key-using Barneys.

The son of baron Rothschild IV was the Nathaniel Rothschild featured in the last update page as per his interests in Moscow's RUSAL, and with Russian billionaire Vladimir Potanin. Nathaniel is a Dunn on his mother's side.

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The Rothschild marriage to the Dunn family was to Serena Dunn, whose father (Philip Gordon Dunn) does not seem to be from a mega-rich family. However, "In 1933, [Philip Gordon] Dunn married Lady Mary Sybil St. Clair-Erskine, daughter of James St Clair-Erskine, 5th Earl of Rosslyn, with whom he had two daughters: Serena Mary..." Ahh, the Clairs of Roslin. Can't get much more Rosicrucian than that.

The Erskin Coat has a vertical central bar like the Tring Coat. Clicking on the link for James St Clair-Erskine, 5th Earl of Rosslyn, we find: "Earl of Rosslyn is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1801 for Alexander Wedderburn, 1st Baron Loughborough..." Wedder(burn) smacks of Feder and Fetter.

Wedderburns are obviously kin to the Withers, as both use red chevrons on white and crescents. As Wedderburns were first in Berwickshire, where the Arthurs were first found, I suggest that the Arthur-Coat red chevron is related. Note WedderBURN, apparently for the Bernicians of Berwickshire. The Bernician Burn surname was in Bernys of Renfrew, while Withers were first found in Renfrewshire.

Arriving to "Withers," the Whites come to mind, whom in some cases were also Blanks, the surname from which the first Communist dictator, Vladimir Lenin, derived: "The Blank family is a family of Jews, some of whom converted to Orthodox Christianity in the Russian Empire, mostly notable as the immediate maternal ancestors of Vladimir Lenin..."

Does this photo of Lenin look like the baron Rothschild who was alive when Lenin was made the Communist leader?

With "White," the Weis (said to mean "white) and Weidman surnames come to mind, both from Bavaria. English Whites and English Wides/Waids were first in Durham. This is the surname tracing to the all-seeing Horus cult of Uat/Wadjet. The Watt Coat, with all-seeing eye, uses the tree top in the Scottish Wide/Wode Coat; the same oak tree is in the German Wiedman Coat.

NOW, I just entered "Plunket" seeking Plank/Blank variations, and found the same motto, "Festina lente," as per the Swift Coat. It was than that I saw the Swift Coat to be a variation of the English White Coat.

The Swift Crest is the one with the Rothschild arrows. The surname should be the reason for the so-called SWIFT codes that gave Pforzheim the value of 666.

Wides/Wodes were first in Leicestershire, the place using a white-on-red cinquefoil, the symbol of the English Blank Coat. The latter were first in Shetland, home of the proto-Rothschild Rus that I think founded Moscow as per the Varangians of Kiev.

January 2

Today's update is going to be as late as 3 pm. Or, I may abandon it if there's nothing much to say. I'm thinking of starting another investigation on the Siders location near Sitten/Sion, Switzerland, for whatever it might lead to.

My email this morning:

Hi Julie:

You could very well be right about Herod>Freemasons. My findings (recorded in updates in recent weeks) are like your implication below, that Herods were not just Edomites, but had elements of the Cyprus theater. Without any thought of that from you, my direction has been to Cilician elements, and that's continental Cyprus.

HOWEVER, Herods were late in history, and there are many signs that heraldry traces to entities far earlier than the Herods. It's conspicuous that "heraldry" is like the Harald surname that comes up when entering "Herod." It suggests that heraldry could be the pagan science of keeping track to Herod bloodlines.

It just dawned on me now that the so-called hawk's lure used by the Haralds/Herods is code not for the hawk necessarily, but for the Lure/Clure clan (in colors-reversed to McLeods). I knew that McLeods have a Herod sept as well as a Harold sept, but not until after writing the last sentence did I check to see whether they also have a Lure-like sept. It turned out that they have a Lure sept as well as a Cloor sept. Wow.

In her email, Julie said that the special bloodline of Freemasonry, by which I assume she meant the holy-grail line, went back to Herods and/or Herod stock. After sending the email, I sought some Lure/Loor-like surnames and remembered that a grail is used by the Laurie/Lory Coat! And this clan was first in Edom-like DUMfriesshire!!

PLUS, the Lowrie variation smacks of the Lowes surname, but also of the Lewis surname, which is McLeod conspicuous because McLeods were first found on the Isle of Lewis.

Then, as per the Clore variation of the Lures (same idea as McLeod versus McCloud), entering "Clore" brings up the Clare Coat, which is the epitome of the Templar bloodline. I had ventured to trace Clares to Cleavers, wherefore compare the Dutch Cleaver/Claver Coat with the Lure/Cloor Coat. Also, English Cleavers use a castle, the symbol in the Lure/Cloor Crest. Note that the Lure castle has no brick work on the lower portion, the same as the McLeod castle.

I also recalled the German Color/Coeler surname (red heart) that could apply. That looks like the Coles from king Cole/Coel, noting too that "Lire" and "Lear" are McLeod septs. Then, the Kyle branch of king Cole elements were settled in Ayrshire, where the Lures/Cloors/Lires were first found. The Lear write-up traces to "L'Eyre," you see.

This Ayrshire region was continental Avalon (or at least the land nearest Avalon-Bute). See the Lornes of Bute. The unicorns in the Lear Coat should link to the unicorn-using Shetland, and specifically to the raven-depicted Shetland vikings that conquered Bute when it was called, Rothesay. You know what I'm saying now, that Lears and Lures/Cloors=Clares were just those Rus Vikings. BUT, as McLeods were further up the Scottish coast from Bute, on Skye and Lewis, note that the Welsh Lewis surname (green dragon, the color of the Welsh Morgan Shield) was first in GlaMORGAN, for Morgan was named by the Arthurian cultists as the chief clan on Avalon.

The Lure/Cloor motto includes "spectemur" (looks like code for specter-More/Moray), and wouldn't you know it but that the Dutch Speck/Specter Coat uses nothing but ravens.

The German Speck/Spock/Spick Coat (Lure/Cloor colors) uses a porcupine in Crest, a symbol that I came across as per the Bassets (unicorn), who were the (Lure/Cloor-colored) Bissets...who use the same tree stump as the Lauries/Lorys. The Bissets were mentioned only yesterday as part of Shetland's raven-depicted vikings. The Lorraine motto uses "Lauro resurgo" (= "Laurel revive/re-arise"), and the Bisset motto is "Reviresco" (= revive).

The Laurie stump and it's motto is used by the Scottish Lauders/Lauthers too. That sounds linked to Lotharingia=Lorraine. The English Lauders (goose) use the same griffin, and the motto is very interesting because it uses "tuarus" instead of "Taurus." That evokes the Tuareg Amazons/Berbers. The griffin is in the same design and colors as the Italian (from Messina=Saracen-ville) Ali Coat. The Scottish Lauder griffin has a red heart, a symbol I've seen among Saracens of Rus-viking/Scottish importance.

The Lauder Coat was retrieved from the 2nd update in March, where it was added: "Note that Dermotts and Rollo/Rollocks share the same blue boar heads. The Rollo Crest uses what looks like the black Sweeny boar (I think this boar is as per the swine-like surname).

There is a Swene/Swan/Queen surname first found in Skye and Lewis, right where the McLeods were first found. I traced this clan to the Swan/Sion/Sweyne, with another red with French Savages. Read below on the latter clan.

There's an Irish Glory/Lowry Coat using the Laurie/Lory grail with laurel branch. The write-up: "References from Lecale in 1447 state that Donatus MacGlory 'held a bishop's court before the O'Neill and the Savage.'" I recall a write-up (but can't recall which) that linked Neils to Sweenys...who use black boars, which I'm mentioning because I just found a black boar in the French Lauree/Lore Coat.

The lizard in the Sweeney Coat is likely important for when I get to a heraldic lizard called an "evett," for both the Rollo and Evett clans were first found in Perthshire. The evett lizard came up as per an investigation on the Siders, who were first in Fife, beside Perthshire. But the Sider investigation is for elements from Siders near of Sitten/Sion, wherefore it seems very much to relate to the Sweeney topic.

The Scottish Neil Coat (McLeod-like castle) use the Moray fetterlocks (an important topic yesterday), and they were at the firth of Lorne.

As per the Louis variation (it was a "Clovis" variation too) of the Welsh Lewis surname, the French Louis write-up gives us further clues. First, the French Louis Coat is in Lure/Cloor colors, but as it was first found in Lure-like Lorraine, I entered "Lorraine" to find laurel branch, the symbol in the Laurie/Lory grail!!

Moreover, Lorraine was named after "Lothar" (son of king Louis), smacking of "Lothian"...that I traced to a Clovis variation. If I'm wrong on the latter trace, my other choice is to the Biblical Lotan, whose sister married the line of Esau. In any case, Claros>Sinclairs were settled in Lothian.

The Arms of Lorraine is a red diagonal bar on gold, the colors of the Baden diagonal bar. It's also the symbol of the Lorraine-surname Coat.

That's the end of the Lure/Cloor topic that I didn't plan for today. Instead, I planned the Sider topic, and yet the two topics seem to weld together right here. For in seeking Sider variations, I thought perhaps the Sitters. I now find that the Sitter Coat, found before any of the Lure kin, uses green-on-gold lions, the same as the Lorraine Coat. AND, both Lorraines and Sitters were first in Northumberland. Wow!

On top of that, I was wondering how Sider in Switzerland could link to the Side/Sider surname of Fife, and in the meantime I was keeping an eye out for Fife links to Baden-Wurttemberg's Enz river at Pforzheim. That's how the Lorraine Shield, a red-on-gold diagonal bar, just like the Arms of Baden, could come in. Plus, the Sider Coat is in Wurttemberg black and gold.

The Sitter surname is properly Sithwell/Sithwell/Sidewell, smacking of the Sithones>Sitones that I trace from Thrace to the sounding of Sitten/Sion. This is important where I trace Sweeneys and Sweyns/Sions to the Sviones, whom Tacitus lumped in with Sitones.

The Cedar Coat uses evett lizards, albeit the surname is properly "Cotter." Still, this could have been a Side/Sider branch because Evetts were first found in Perthshire (i.e. beside Fife). The Evett Coat uses a black roundel called a "pellet," and what do you know? The Pellet Coat uses grails, the same grails as per the Shaws...or Perthsire!!

I now recall that entering "Sith" brings up the Shaw Coat with grails. The Shaw surname is said to derive in "Sithech," but now we know that Sithwells/Sitters were part of that bloodline.

As you may know, I traced Shaws/Sheaves Italian Sheaves, and that smacks of the Sviones again, and/or Savona. PLUS, the Laurie/Lory motto is RePULLulat, perhaps code for a Pellet branch. The Pulls/Poles (a Mackay sept) of Cheshire use a "Pollet" motto term.

The Seder surname is possibly important for the Jewish Seder feast of Passover, although the clan is properly, Seed/Sede/Seet. The symbol of this clan is a "pale," the vertical bar used also by the Trings (see yesterday's Rothschild>Tring topic). It strikes me that Trings were first found in Northumberland, where Sitters/Sittwells were first found. I think that's a Seder/=Sitter match. If you read yesterday, there were Tring-theater links to the Buckinghams, who use besants on blue bar, the Seder symbol.

Soutars/Sutars/Shuters (Seder/Seed colors) were also found beside Fife, in Angus.

As per the Innes clan of Angus elements, the Stewart sept of Inlie was first found in Perthsire. The latter is properly "Kinley/Kindley," but then "Inlie" comes just before "Kindlay" in the list of Stewart septs. This surname smacks of the Kay motto term, "Kynd," no doubt code for mythical Kay's father, Cyner (same as mythical Ector = Ector surname if Angus), symbol of the Kinnier surname first found in Fife.

Recently, I showed the Kinder/Kender Coat with ravens, perfect because I traced proto-Stewarts to raven-depicted vikings that were the MacKAYS. These terms remind me of Kendron in Greece, what was also Kedron, like the pagan valley at Jerusalem. This city was earlier called, "Zedek," smacking of the Sithech term that the Shaws are traced to. The southern end of Zedek was/became "Zion," overlooking the Kidron valley (!) and smacking of Sitten/Sion.

The Inlie/Kindly Coat uses a one-word motto, "Amo," the motto of the Scottish Scotts (stag, as with the Inlies/Kindlys). Both Scott Coats smack of both Talbot Coats.

I find very few porcupines in heraldry, but in seeking some Side variations, another porcupine was found in the Sydney Crest. The Sides are also Sydeys and Syds.

Sydneys were first in Kent, while the Saids/Sadlers use the Massin/Mason and Louvain lion, while the latter two surnames were first in Kent.

German/Silesian Sit(t)lers, a black lion on gold, the colors of the Side lion.

As the Side/Sider Crest is a "tiger sejant," I think there's Side ancestry in mythical Teucer, who I figured was represented by both tigers and salamanders-in-flames, used for example by the the sejant-like Sagans. Seatons use a dragon breathing fire. This is evidence for the (my) theory that "flame" is code for "Vlaam/Fleming, for Seatons use the double-tressure border known to belong fundamentally to Flemings ("shaw" motto term).

This is the Arthurian grail cult. Lauders, first found in Berwickshire with the Arthur surname, use another version of a double tressure. Lauders use the "RePULLulat" motto (used also by grail-using Lorys) while Arthur's use "ImPELLE." Chancres are, "Lauder" was from "Loud," a McLeod variation, but if not, I'm more sure that the Leather variation of the Lauders links to the Leaths of Lothian, for Seatons were first in Lothian and both they and Leaths/Lethes use the same colors as well as red-on-gold crescents.

Moreover, the three red-on-gold diamonds in the Leath Coat must be those of Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray, for he used the diamonds inside the Fleming double tressure.

Unfortunately, I didn't find as much evidence as I hoped for a Side trace to Sider or Sitten of Switzerland. What we should be finding are white symbols, especially white on red, for those are Swiss colors. NOW, as the Sider location is also "Sierra," I see that the Seer/Sears Coat is, not only white on red, but has red-on-white stars in the Chief, the symbol of Sion and it's surrounding canton of Wallis.

Another interesting find was the Trist/Trust Coat with white-on-red stars. This surname was entered as per the "Trustie" motto term of the Leaths, but as Leaths were a branch of double-tressure Leathers/Lauders, it strikes me that "tressure" is itself code for the Trists/Trusts. After all, the Lauder tressure, and even their griffin, are white-on-red.

Finally, the Austrian Saiers/Sauers (red-on-white), named after the Sava/Save river, are Sierra-interesting because I linked them to the Sarahs/Saires (in Side/Sider colors), the motto of which I linked to the bear symbol of Berne, Switzerland. Moreover, I did suggest a trace Sava's swan-depicted clans to Sion. In fact, I figured that "Sava" was named after the same Savona Ligurians that were the swan-depicted Ligurians, they in-turn depicted in myth as STHENelus>Cygnus. The caps there are to highlight similarity with "Sitten" and Sithones.

I suppose what I'm implying is that some Sava clans moved to Sider/Sierra, or vice versa. I suggested that some of these clans took on SAWer-like or sega-like terms (the Sage Coat is white-on-red) as code for the saw=sega symbol of PERDix, since after all the holy grail king, PARZival, was the father of the swan knight, Lohengrin. The Saver Coat (in Save colors) uses a saw-like bar.

January 3

Here's a video from CC: Bernie Sanders on the billionaires. Below are some snips from another Julie email (dated December 20). It's hard for me to believe it has come to this. Julie used to write in years ago, pushing me to stress the Herod bloodline, but I shrugged and ignored her every time. And she knew it. I would tell her that it wasn't time for me to stress Herod; perhaps at a later time. And here we are:

I've long wondered why, in all writings re John of Gaunt, authors make much of his 'swan' emblems. John, one of the richest men in ALL of medieval europe, insisted that all his many retainers and servants wear a 'livery collar' composed of double 's'... like two swans swimming together ...

The article doesn't mention the double-S as swans, so I'm assuming that's Julie's theory. The article doesn't put forward a solid theory as to what the double-S could be code for, but does trace it to the house of Lancaster, and to it's founder, John of Gaunt. It then links a stag to the double-S, and my suspicions are the Plantagenet stag, for Gaunt's royal bloodline was a Plantagenet one.

The SS-collar article says: "Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland was a figure of great prominence. He has a splendid alabaster monument at Staindrop, Co. Durham, where he is shown, between his two wives, wearing an SS collar, his second wife being Joan Beaufort. " Beauforts smack of Beaumonts, who gave power to Montforts in Leicestershire, and via the latter domain there was linkage to Lancaster. Montforts become a central topic below as per my response to Julie.

Also, the first Beaumont was from the Harcourt Danes, and it was to Harcourts of Torcy/Torville (France) that I confidently traced Ingelger, the ancestor of the Fulks>Plantagenets. Beaumont's father had a Vieilles surname that I traced tentatively to Wallis/Valais, and suddenly that gets us to the swan cult of Switzerland's Sion. That's where one or both S' could be from.

As I go on, don't lose sight of the Neville clan's use of the SS collar, for the red-and-white (rose colors/Sion colors) Neville Coat is a saltire in colors reversed to the Annan(dale) saltire, suggesting links to the Ananes Gauls.

Julie shared quotes from a book, Aristocrats:

"...legend of swan knight Lohengrin wedding Elsa of Brabant. Their child Ida marries Eustace, count of Boulogne [parent(s) of Godfrey de Bouillon] England, the Beauchamps shared this distant ancestor {Lohengrin} with the de Bohuns and the Staffords [Germany's "Staufen" is rooted in "grail"], and each family boasted the connection by displaying swans on their bombs, heraldry, seals, and the badges worn by their servants."

The Bohun's are also "Bones" (linked them tentatively to "Skull and Bones"), and the lions in their Coat smacks of the same in the BEAUmont Coat. There is another Bonne/Bone Coat (using the same lions) that I've repeatedly linked to both Beaumonts and Ferte-Maces, for which reason I've also linked them to Bellamys (of Percival-like Perche).

In her email, Julie lamented: "I don't know if John of Gaunt had Beauchamp ancestors... or Bohun ancestors ... or Stafford ancestors. John, though, could have bonds to Lohengrin via John's mother Phillipa of Hainault. Then John's son, who became Henry IV, married a Bohun lady .... so king Henry V got a double wollop of Lohengrin genes.

I'm sure that there are double wollops everywhere in the "sacred bloodline" of the stupids, which only made the elite portions of our human "race" more stupid, explaining why the world is such a mess today, and heading for Armageddon.

As king Louis of France became a topic of yesterday, as it connected to the Lowry and Lorraine holy-grail bloodline, it should be mentioned that both Eustace and Ida -- and therefore Godfrey de Bouillon the supposed Sionist -- were descended from Louis II. It strikes us that "Lowry" et-al should be the LOHen(grin) bloodline, especially as "Lohengrin first appears as 'LOHERangrin,' the son of Parzival and Condwiramurs."

Lauries/Lowrys and Lorraines were the main topic yesterday, in case you missed it, but it was this morning that the Drudge Report featured an article on Obama's meetings with Richard Lowry. Hmm. "[Richard Lowry] joined William F. Buckley's National Review in 1992 and has been the magazine's editor since 1997." The Buckleys were "of Mascy" in Cheshire. They use the motto, "Nec temere nec timide."

I kid you not that I've kept a browser open for weeks to a Ferte-Mace page from which I quote form time to time. I went to the page immediately after writing the above, seeking info on Beauchamps. I found the page to be open at the place which reads: "Elen married William Bulkeley, Esq., of Cheadle, Constable of Beaumaris Castle." Bulkeleys were Buckleys. It just so happens that I traced the "temere" motto term of the Buckleys to the Mares of Cheshire, and the BeauMaris clan would appear to apply. THEN, entering "Maris" brings up a white saltire on red (!), the Neville symbol.

Here's my response to Julie:

...I've always figured that the red versus white roses [of Lancaster versus York] had to be on the mothers' sides of things because the house of Lancaster and of York were both from the same fathers. John of Gaunt's mother was from Hainault, and the Hain surname (red Shield) was first in Lincolnshire, where I trace Lindos-based Rhodians, so why not other Rhodians? That suggests links to Languedoc's Redones and the Rhodanus river, of the Ligurian-swan theater.

German Hains (Silesia) also use red, but half white too, which is typical where red and white lines merged. Scottish Hains? Red Shield, red scallops, and first in Edom-like Dumfries [that's where the Laurie/Lowry surname was first found]. They use a Shield border like the Sellicks that I trace to Silesian elements originally from Sardinia, off the Ligurian coast. [I should have mentioned that a red scallop is the main symbol of the English Sabines, for I tend to trace Italian Sabines/Safini to swan-like "Savona" of Liguria. I could also have mentioned the English Saffins/Savones, for their Coat smacks of the English Hains' crescents]

Here are the Arms of the Counts of Hainault; one a red lion.

It's a good theory because Rhodes had many roses and some say it got it's name from the roses.

The house of York started with a Langley surname, and most Lange Coats use white. Perhaps Langhe in Cuneo is significant as it was near white-colored Switzerland. The problem [for distinguishing the red and white roses] is, Langley was brother to John Gaunt i.e. Langley's mother was of Hainault too. But there may have been a red and white line at Langhe, one becoming "LANCaster." I know that Montforts, using a white lion, were from Monforte in Cuneo. This area is what I call interior Liguria.

The Rhodanus was linked to Helios of Rhodes by his son, Phaethon, of the Eridanus (sounds like "red-anis") river that I now identify as the Rotten (= red) river flowing into Geneva. I do believe that "Geneva" links to "Genoa" in Liguria, and moreover it smacks of "Ghent=Gaunt."

I trace the Ligurian swan to mythical Sthenelus, and I trace that entity to Sitten/Sion, which used both red and white stars on white/red. It makes for some good sense to recognize white and red Sionists.

The SS collar article went on to feature the collar symbol of the Yorkists, a stag combined with a sunburst. Wouldn't that be Helios? I should mention that the York-surname Coat (white Shield) uses "Nec cupius, nec metuas." I would suggest links to blue-on-white Macclesfield with Copia motto term.

It didn't occur to me when quoting the forked lion's tail of the Montforts that "fork" was a symbol for York. It only dawned on me some weeks ago when I noticed a fork-like symbol and/or a fork-like motto term of a clan I can't recall the name of...but fortunately my Find feature has just found it in the 4th update of October. Amazingly, the topic is Cuneo (i.e. where Montforts are traced by me):

Cuneo sounds like the Italian for rabbit, and so note that the...English Cony Coat uses rabbits, and that the surname was first in Lincolnshire...where also the Cuny/Commin surname was found. Yes, the Cuny clan is registered under the Cummin/Commin surname...but that only evokes the Cunninghams/Coons that were also "Cummingham."

In the first update of October, the Cunningham 'Y' or fork symbol was realized as code for York(shire), where Cunys/Cummins also lived...The Cuny/Commin Coat uses garbs in Cheshire-garb colors...

The Cunningham motto: "Over fork over."

In the course of that search of my files for "fork," this Wikipedia quote was found (5th update of November): "Kay's father is called Ector in later literature, but the Welsh accounts name [Ector] as Cynyr Fork-Beard." This just happens to jibe with what was found minutes ago as per the Cunningham topic, for when re-reading that Cunninghams were from Caprington, and not finding a Capring(ton) Coat, I entered "Caper" to find the Cappe/Capps surname that I traced to mythical Capys...who I suspected (for more than similarity of terms) was at the root of "Caiaphas" (chief priest who had Jesus sentenced to death).

The original point is the Capps/Caper write-up: "The Caper family lived in Lincolnshire. They were descended from Le Cappere of Ayncourt, in the bailiwick of Caux, Normandy." Caux is where I had traced mythical Kay/Cai/Caius, and that mythical figure is likewise traced by me to Caiaphas stock.

The Cunningham=Cheshire garb is used centrally in the Arms of Macclesfield, the motto of which is: "Nec virtus nec copia desunt." I can't recall all the details of the Macclesfield trace to Durham, though one was a Durham trace to Shetland, where I trace the Macclesfield unicorn. The point is that the white-on-red cross of Macclesfield (seen in the Arms but also in the Macclesfield-surname Coat) could link to the same-colored Neville saltire cross because Nevilles were first in Durham.

The Montfort forked tail is shared by the Malory surname, and there appears to be a Leicester (= Ligurian-founded place) reason for it. In my chapter, Scythians of the Alps:

I was amazed when, only after theorizing that Montforts were the epitome of the white-rose family, I was able to connect them to Burgess stock. Recall what says about the Burgess surname: "This line are believed to be descended from the Barons Burghersh, which later became Burwash" [i.e. the "wash" portion should link to Wassas=Washingtons]. The following website shows the Burghersh lion, with these words underneath: "Burghersh. Gules a lion or with a forked tail." "Gules" means "red" and refers to the background color, and "or" denotes the gold lion. This is the color scheme and symbol of England to this day, but then see that "The [white] lion with the forked tail represents Simon de Montfort"! It's as though Eburovices [from northern Italy] were divided between red and white.

I do not believe that the Arms masters would have allowed two unrelated families to both use a lion with forked tail, wherefore the Montforts must trace to the Burgess surname...and earlier to the Abreu/Abruzzo terms [i.e. the Eburovices]. For the colors of the Burgess', i.e. the gold lion on red, was not just the symbol of Normandy and England together, but also of the Abreu surname...

Simon de Montfort was a count of Leicester. I verified from multiple websites that the Montfort symbol was indeed "a Silver Lion with a forked tail on a red background." I found that the Malory surname also used a white lion with forked tail on red, and that the English Malory surname was "First found in Leicestershire." The Malory link shows a red lion on gold (apparently the Burghersh lion with reversed colors), the colors and symbol also of the English Lee family! [I had traced the Lees and Burgess' to the founders of America, and Lees are also Leghs/Lighs, the term that founded Leicester.]

These findings attest that America's Freemasonic founders were from the Montforts. But there was another large realization to be made when seeing an alternative Montfort Coat at the webpage below, for it is the shield of Burgundy! There is no doubt in my mind, therefore, that "Burgundy" and "Burgess" are two closely-related cognates. Note that the Arms of Burgundy can't seem to make up its mind whether to use its blue and gold stripes, or the red and white stripes...that I now think are at the root of the American flag. As the red and white stripes trace also to the Washington surname, may we ask why a modification of "Burgess" was "Burwash"?

At the time of that writing, I did not know what Tim discovered, that the stripes of the American flag were from the Berry clan of Berry, France, a city that's also "Bourges." It looks like I was correct, therefore, that the stripes were of the Burgess bloodline...from the Perdix cult. I don't forget that Bituriges lived in Berry/Bourges, or that Bellovesus was of a Bituriges bloodline, or that I did find (not many updates ago) Bellovesus links to Eburovices, or that "Perdix" smacks of "Parzival" and "Pharisee" while Bellovesus' allies included the Ananes and Laevis. There's much more to this recorded in the past month or two that can't all be repeated here.

Burgess' and Normandy's Eburovices were not the only ones to use gold lions on red. England's three gold lions on red are those of the Plantagenets too, but note that this alternative Plantagent Coat uses the Kent-surname lions. Remember, the first Plantagenet wore a sprig of a broom (not sure whether or not that's a mythical=mythcode idea) in his cap, and that should have been code for the Broom/Brome clan, first found in Kent.

Recall from earlier in this update that baron Rothschild III had "joined the secret society, the Cambridge Apostles, which at that time was predominantly Marxist...There he became friends with the future Soviet spies Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt, who were also members, as was Kim Philby, who became the most important Soviet spy in Britain.,_3rd_Baron_Rothschild

Rothschild even lived with Burgess and Blunt. The point is: Blunt = Plante?

The Blunt/Blount/Blond surname has some Kent connections: "Sir Robert de Blount (c.1029-1066) had command of the Conqueror's ships during the invasion and was amply rewarded. Sir William, his seven lordships at Saxlingham in the county of Sussex [beside Kent]. Each of these branches flourished and there is a record of each succeeding Baron in each estate...John Blund (c. 1175-1248), was Archbishop of Canterbury-elect in 1232."

Canterbury is in Kent, and apparently named after the Cantii Celts that named Kent. I'm thinking elements of the Centaurs, "sons" of Ixion (Sion-like) of the Hebros-river Kikons. I traced the Odrysians on the Hebros to the Atrebates of Hampshire (beside Sussex and Kent), wherefore note that Canterbury is on the Stour river, for the Stur surname was first in Hampshire. Moreover, Sturs were Esturmys, and FE discovered that the Stormy surname (first in Wiltshire, beside Hampshire) uses the Kent-surname lion.

The Leicester-surname Crest uses a swan and blood drops, the drops being possibly a code for, not war, but "holy" bloodline. Leicesters, like Lees/Lighs, were first in Cheshire.

Hampshire then brings us full circle to red-rose John of Gaunt, for the Belgian city of Gaunt was also Ghent, while the Ghent surname (uses York white, not red) was first in Hampshire. Dutch Ghents use blue and white used also by the York surname.

Not forgetting that the a legend of swan knight Lohengrin made him married to Elsa of Brabant (Belgium), which "sacred" line brought about the Sionist bloodline of Bouillon, the Brabant surname (white roses on red) was first in Kent...with the Louvain surname that was likewise from Belgium. And as the Louvains use the Massin/Mason lion (with forked tail), it's obvious that the Freemasonic bastion in Kent is from the Hebros river...where that river is no doubt the root of Eburovices co-founders of York. And the Ixion character was given Rhodope as mother, which region I link to Rhodians of the red rose. "Brabant" may have been named after "Ebur."

The Gant/Gaunt surname was first found in Kent, and it uses a red diagonal bar...partly on gold, suggesting perhaps the Arms of Baden. French Brabants use a diagonal bar in colors reversed.

Hainaults (= the mother line to John Gaunt) use a black lion on gold, the symbol of Flanders, but then I traced that lion to the Wurttemberg lions, also black on gold (these lions, positioned like the English lions, belonged to Hohens, the same Hohens, I think, that acquired the Zahringen red eagle).

I have for years traced the Babenberg family that included the Zahringens to Paphlagonians, but through these years I did not know that the father of Paphlagonians was mythical Odrysus, and sometimes mythical Phineus, king of Odrysians. That was discovered in the past month (6th update December). The best I could previously do was trace Paphlagonians to "Byblos" (Phoenicia) and to Abila of the Phoenician theater. I had rarely heard of Phineus (Odrysus isn't anywhere in all my files), let alone did I know that he was made a brother of Cadmus and Europa (of Phoenix-line Phoenicians). I do now trace "Europa" to the idea of Ebr-opa, and to the Hebros river.

Phineus was made married to Idaea, symbol of mount Ida at Crete and Troy. We're right on the Teucer-line Trojans here, but the point is Ida, the name of Bouillon's mother. Remember, in swan-knight lore, Ida was made the child of Elsa of Brabant. But at this family tree, Ida's mother is "Doda or Ida." WOWWWIE!

I had traced Lohengrin to an alliance with Dodo-related Carthaginians for at least two good reasons. First, Lohengrin's brother, KARDeiz. Secondly, Lohengrin's daughter, Elsa, smacking of Elissa, the historical Tyrian princess that is usually identified with mythical Dodo (= the Tyrian princess and foundress of Carthage). I traced Dido's mate, mythical Aeneas, to Aenus (a real location) at the mouth of the Hebros.

AND ZOWWIE: "Ida BOUILLON was born about 1032 in Bass, Lorraine, France" There's the Lowry holy-grail connection, nor forgetting that "Lohengrin first appears as "LOHERANgrin" (caps mine).

I get it! We get it!! Julie gets it!!! The world gets it!!!! Not Israelites, but dragons of Phoenicia's mount Sion, where Cadmus-branch Cadusii (Armenians) had settled as the snakes of proto-Europe. Snakes, always snakes, always devil lovers, always the greedy and the war-bent villains of the human race. Always.

Some would like to convince us that Phoenicians were Israelites. But Jesus had a conversation with a Phoenician woman, and she called her Phoenician people "dogs" under the table. Jesus so liked what she said that He performed a miracle for her.

The end-time invasion of the anti-Christ upon Jerusalem comes from Phoenicia. From Israel's north will Gog -- anciently from Armenia's lake Sevan -- invade Israel. But it's God's lure and trap for the anti-Christ, for on Israel's mountains the birds will fall. The Tar in the Sky has been prepared for the feathers of the swan. The Lord comes with a white robe dipped in blood red, to pluck out the petals of the red and white roses, of the rosy Templars who desired Jerusalem for themselves, and still desire it for the devil. And in the tar pits of Edom will the swan will be drowned. The roses, thorns and all, will go up in the unquenchable fires of Sodom.

Uh-oh, just when there was talk of Russian kissy-kissy with Israel as per Russia's desires to January 1

">enter a gas deal with Israel's interests in the Leviathan gas field (which overlaps Lebanese territory), we have the headline: Medvedev axes Israel trip over Foreign Ministry row.

January 4

In 2007, a major-major event happened that I didn't hear about, possibly due to my not using a television. But last night on television (I have access to one where I'm on "vacation"), there was a re-run of a Passionate-Eye program on 9-11 conspiracy theories.

It's mind-boggling that every person in the world doesn't yet believe that 9-11 was an inside plot. The program even told about the BBC (British broadcasting) announcing the collapse of building number 7 more than 20 minutes before it fell (it fell only hours after the twin towers). That in itself alerts the world that 9-11 was an inside job, and that BBC was either privy to it before that fateful day, or has been covering for the plotters.

Either way, BBC is guilty of a gross betrayal of the American people, and of the entire world of good people. BBC has been in bed with murderous Illuminati agents who clearly need to be removed from power structures, and executed. It's exactly what God will come to do.

The first online page I got to last night is the one below. You should go there, read, and see the videos. Then come back here for my comments.

The BBC anchorman discussing the collapse of building 7 is Phil Hayton. He is talking with the BBC's Jane Standley in New York, whose camera is stationed on a floor of a building and pointed out the windows straight to the burning towers. Building 7 is visible behind her head ("touching" her left ear) and still standing when BBC is announcing that it has already collapsed.

The question on the mind of anyone seeing this video is whether Hayton was given a script from BBC to say what he did (meaning that BBC was privy to the plot, and an accomplice therefore). This will be discussed here today as per what I think.

Or, perhaps a message of the collapse was called/emailed anonymously into BBC, making BBC not part of the 9-11 plot. This, if it be the truth (I don't think it is), doesn't give BBC the right to cover up who the person(s) was that made the call/email, which is exactly what BBC has been doing since 2007, when the video was discovered.

Yes, BBC and the plotters thought that they had gotten away with bumbling the plot, only to have the video of the 9-11 session surface into the hands of their enemies. Later, I'll share with you the video where Hayton, on tape, realizes for the first time that his enemies have gotten hold of the video. It's a neurotic scream, revealing just how the elite of this world are playing us all for fools.

The world wants to know who the bumbler is that was made responsible for BBC's early announcement. Fox news and CNN also announced it early.

Clearly, someone amongst the plotters -- and they were not Arabic -- was responsible for getting the news out to the world that building 7 fell due to fires within the building. Both BBC and CNN were sure to say right away that the building had already collapsed due to fires within it. It's a no-brainer to realize that the plotters started the fires in building, planning to make it appear to the world that fire brought it down. HOWEVER, as the Passionate Eye program confirmed, no steel-frame skyscraper has ever collapsed, and especially not in a few seconds like a controlled take-down, due to fire.

The CNN video (webpage above) has Aaron Brown telling that the building was "on fire and has either collapsed or is collapsing." He mentions the time as 4:10 pm Eastern. Later in the video piece, he says it's about 4:15 pm Eastern. That's more than an hour before the building collapsed, and even before the BBC announcement. What could damn CNN is Brown's statement: "That building may collapse, as you can see."

Bloggers have made the point that it would be far different had the BBC wrongly announced a collapsed building that did not collapse. But for the BBC to peg building 7 as the one to collapse when it was that very building that then collapsed is VERY SUSPICIOUS. In fact, it's a smoking gun if ever I saw one.

The FOX video (website above) starts off with Anne Arundel saying that "word from New York" has just come in claiming that building 7 "has collapsed." Who sent that message to Fox? The American people, and people the globe over, want to know who in New York gave that message to Fox. Possibly, Fox heard it from the BBC report, but we would like to be sure. Who gave CNN the message that the building might be collapsing when in fact there was no collapse whatsoever at that time?

The way in which we can know that the Fox anchors were part of the plot is that, a moment after the above was said by Arundel, the building collapsed in the full view of both she and her male partner as they were still discussing it. Anne says, "it's going down right now." BUT, they did not say anything as to the error of their original report, that the building had already collapsed. And the reason that they did not say anything is because they were shocked by their realization that someone had bumbled the plot. They could not comment on that while on the air because a plot of this magnitude, being bumbled in this way, is a very big deal.

Put it this way, that if the anchors were not privy to the plot, they would not have immediately changed the subject, but would have discussed how they could have gotten the report that the buildings had already collapsed.

As soon as they saw the building go down, the male anchor took over the conversation. When Anne made her first comment thereafter, we can hear him telling her, "good, good." What does that mean? Good-good what? It means that he was indicating to her that her statement was acceptable in light of the unexpected blunder, and it was "good" because she wasn't talking about the error.

But there's a second reason for his "good, good," as indication to her (or at least as his method of cutting in and cutting her off) that she should not say anymore and that he should take over the conversation, which is exactly what happened as she let out an audible breath of frustration/concern. She was clearly trying to sound as though nothing unusual had happened before letting out that breath. She was trying to play cool, and that's why I'm talking this position. If she was not part of the plot, she would have shown confusion. The same goes for him.

I therefore take the position that BBC and Fox were given scripts before the day of 9-11, and that they were to announce the scripted message at a certain time on 9-11. This suggests what others have suggested, that the building was scheduled to be taken down at a certain time, just before the BBC and/or Fox were scheduled to make their announcements. It further suggests that the building did not go down on schedule, but was delayed.

As you'll discover when reading up, the BBC video feed from New York to the BBC anchor room went dead some five minutes before the building collapsed. It's a no-brainer to realize what happened. The BBC management got wind of the blunder just after it started at about 4:45 pm. That's when Hayton and Standley started talking about the building being already collapsed. They couldn't allow viewers to see the building go down after making a blunder of that magnitude, and "lucky" for them (unlucky for the world), they caught the blunder just in time and cut the video recorder that was pointed straight at building 7 to the side of Standley's ear (it's obvious that Standley and Hayton didn't know which part of the skyline represented building 7).

About three hours after the building collapsed, Standley was on the air once again (webpage below), and the 9-11 topic was at first not on building 7. As soon as she was asked (by the BBC anchor) on the building-7 situation, the video feed again went dead, as though the BBC management was watching and pulling the plug once again.

BBC management is guilty and deserves execution in the public square. The problem is, the British people like BBC, and Republicans like Fox. How horrific that the people allow these media to get away with the worst murder event this side of Hell. The only murder story that's worse is the one where God murders the invisible rulers of this world who are "powerful" enough ("impish" is a better term) to get away with it thus far.

To the peoples and masses: because you have allowed the invisibles to get away with this, they will continue to mistreat you while making you think they are serving you. You will have plenty of worldly loves from them, until the world collapses, until their buildings the world over are made to collapse by the Al-Qaeda in the Sky. Selah. Mark the words that are writing on the wall.

Did you read what the webpage above shares? BBC claimed that it lost all it's video footage of 9-11. But here's the reality:

We [at] received an interesting e mail from a CNN archivist in Atlanta who stated their utter disbelief at the notion that BBC has lost any of their 9/11 archives.
"I'm an archivist with the CNN News Library in Atlanta, and I can tell you with absolute certainty, the mere idea that news agencies such as ours would 'misplace' any airchecks from 9/11 is preposterous. CNN has these tapes locked away from all the others. People like myself, who normally would have access to any tapes in our library, must ask special permission in order to view airchecks from that day. Multiple tapes would have been recording their broadcast that day, and there are also private agencies that record all broadcasts from all channels - constantly - in the event that a news agency missed something or needs something. They don't just have one copy... they have several. It's standard procedure, and as soon as the second plane hit, they would start recording several copies on other tapes machines all day long.

The only information they need to give out is the source of the collapse claim. No one is saying the BBC is 'part of the conspiracy,' we're saying that someone gave that reporter the information ahead of time. The source of that information is the only thing they can reveal that would be meaningful."

"Meaningful" is an understatement. And the "source" could be dead at this time as per a murder used to keep him/er from talking. But if he/she has since died, and we ultimately discover who he/she was, it will only corroborate the conspiracy.

Let's face it, the BBC is not covering for al-Qaeda. I find it "coincidental" that I was on this update, entitled, "Baron Rothschilds," when this BBC issue got to my attention. As you know, Rothschilds rule from Britain/London, and are expected to control British media. Who else but global billionaires of the world-controlling sort could carry out the 9-11 inside job? What do we call it when government, media, and billionaires are in bed like this? The Mother of all Abominations. The Drunk Tramp drinking from her cup of murder. Remember how ancient Babylon fell while the leaders and all their soldiers were drunk.

Before I get to the part where BBC's Hayton is caught like a lying criminal in a police interview, I should quote the following. Hayton tells where the call came from (if we can believe the liar):

The premature announcements of the collapse of WTC by television networks went unnoticed until researchers discovered a vast archive of television broadcast footage from the day of the attack. On February 22, 2007...
[The following are Hayton's words on 9-11] "We'll leave it there for a moment. We've got some news just coming in actually, that the Solomon Brothers' Building [i.e. building 7] in New York, right in the heart of Manhattan, has also collapsed. This does fit in with a warning from the British Foreign Office a couple of hours ago to British Citizens that there is a real risk -- ah let me get the exact words -- the British Foreign Office -- the foreign part of the British government -- said it was a strong risk of further atrocities in the United States, and it does seem as if there now is another one with the Solomon Brothers' Building collapsing. We've got no word yet on casualties. One assumes that the building would have been virtually deserted."

The office of New York's security people was in building 7. These are the people who were to be in charge of the 9-11 disaster. The Passionate Eye featured an eye-witness who went into the office after the twin towers were hit, but found steaming coffee and no humans whatsoever. He escaped to tell the story. But I'll bet the building wasn't completely deserted. I'm thinking that some people who could have been dangerous for the plot were rounded up, tied up or otherwise contained, and murdered within the burning building.

What does a BBC anchorman sound like when he's lying through his teeth? Just watch and listen. The following video captures the first instance wherein Hayton discovered that he had been caught by his mortal enemies, the "truthers." He was first asked where he was on 9-11, and he denied being on the air during the part of the day that the towers became the news. He even denies knowing about building 7 in any way.

One can tell by the quick response to the first question that he had already been telling others that he was in a theater watching a matinee when the towers were hit. This concocted story is for the obvious reason of keeping 9-11 snoops who question him from trying to dig up his part in the 9-11 reporting.

Then, after Hayton is notified by the interviewer that the "We Are Change" organization knows of "some interesting things" telling that BBC announced the collapse in advance of the collapse, a cautious Hayton still has no choice but to deny being on the job that day/evening because, as yet, he doesn't know what sort of info his enemy really has, or how damning it is.

While the lump is still in his throat, the interviewer notifies Hayton that We Are Change has some "footage" of Hayton reporting on the collapse of building 7. Hayton continues to deny that he was at work that day, only now he's using the only ragtag defence available to him: making it appear that his memory is betraying him.

As the conversation develops like a bear trap clamping down around his throbbing neck, his surprised mind hasn't decided how to change his story to suit what he knows is coming. He knows he's being taped. He knows that his enemies are sure to feed the interview to the public. Therefore, his words need to be catered all at once for the public, his friends, family, for the BBC plotters, and for his own career. He doesn't know how to handle this heat, but realizes that to continue the denial will only make him look worse.

When he "remembers" being on the air on the evening of 9-11, he denies knowing that the building collapsed after he announced it with Jane Standley. But by this time, his lie and his game is realized by the viewer, and it makes him, and BBC, appear to be part of the 9-11 plot. The end of this video (below) confirms that BBC was involved as per its claim to have lost the tape of Hayton's 9-11 report.

January 5

The Passionate Eye program that was mentioned yesterday is titled, "9/11 Conspiracy Files: The Third Tower." The program doesn't appear to be online. We read:

After seven years, on Aug. 21, 2008, the official report on the World Trade Centre collapse of Building 7 (the Third Tower) was released. U.S. Federal investigators concluded that fire weakened floor beams and a critical support column leading to the collapse of the third tower. However, that would make the third tower the first and only skyscraper in the world to collapse solely due to fire. 9/11 Conspiracy Files: The Third Tower explores the many questions that continue to fuel conspiracy theorists.

There's also this:

"9/11 Mysteries. A Bush supporter set out to debunk the 9/11 conspiracy theories about the collapse of the towers and ended up convinced Bush's explanation is untrue. His film is angrier than most since he feels particularly betrayed. This focuses on the physical evidence of the tower collapses to build an extremely compelling case that the buildings were taken out with pre-planted demolition explosives not by fire and structural damage as Bush claims. This is the only documentary that mentions my key objection to the Bush story, namely that the first half of the collapse happened much faster than even free fall in a vacuum as predicted by Newton's equation...

They found a non-mathematical way to explain the anomaly. In other words, the speed of the collapse was not possible without an explosive push, not just gravity. It also discusses the massive pieces of debris, larger than an airliner blasted and embedded into neighbouring buildings. Bush's story has no explanation for such large lateral forces. The video has been withdrawn from Google without explanation."

Back in the day, I took Bush for his word that Iraq was attacked due to the threat to America that Saddam posed. When I later became convinced that 9-11 was an Illuminati plot with Bush in full partnership, the Iraqi war was in my mind the main motive of 9-11.

I learned immediately how white-faced (i.e. showing no signs of lying) world leaders can lie. Apparently, they have been doing it so long that it's natural behavior; 9-11 wouldn't have been possible if it were otherwise. Belonging to a world-ruling "team" of fellow liars allows them to lie with pride. Lying becomes a science to insider politicians, and an art to insider media anchors. But by "lying" I'm also referring to creating mental impressions that are false, fine-sounding, and typically "virtuous," to serve their agenda.

There must be many who believe in an insider 9-11 but who can't say so publicly for fear of losing jobs. You can bet your best explosives that government workers, teachers included, are prone to deny a conspiracy when asked publicly.

Yesterday the topic included Jane Arundel on Fox news and Phil Hayton of the BBC. Both the Arundel and Hayton surnames were first found in Sussex, and both use the same black and white colors. The Rundells were first found in neighboring Kent. The Rundell Coat looks like the Alan Coat, though instead of oak leaves, there are olive branches.

Moreover, the Rundell Coat uses "A silver sword in pale with a red grip." "Grip" is a motto term of the Leslies. In fact, entering "Rund" brings up a Leslie Shield, while Runds (properly "Rind/Rynd") were first in Fife, beside Aberdeenshire where Leslies were first found. The Rund motto term, "fragRANTior," suggests links to the Rant/Rand surname with "Rynd variation.

The Rund/Rind Crest uses "gillie" flowers. The Gillie/Gilles Coat uses a motto I've mentioned before: "Touch not the cat bot a glove." The same motto is sued by the Scottish Hagee/Keggie surname. The last time I mentioned the latter's motto (1st update December) it was in the Heylin topic leading to the Hellions=Alans. Of course, "Hayton" suggests the same family of terms.

As Lothian is about to become a topic again, I should mention that Gillies/Gilles were first in Lothian. Somehow, the Gillies surname was twisted to mean, "servant of Jesus."

The Say surname (Alan-Coat colors), first in Shropshire where the Brittany Alans went to live, use the same bull head as the Hayton Crest. Likely, the Say surname is from Saytown/Sayton elements that named the same-colored Seatons. Seatons were first found in Lothian, where Sinclairs lived and promoted Scottish Rosicrucianism, and yet the latter were originally from Manche/Calvados, where the Masseys and Meschins lived.

The Say and Hayton bull head looks identical to the German Pohl-Pohland Crest, that surname first found in Silesia (I recall linking this bull and the Pohl surname to Hitler's Rosicrucians.) I would therefore suggest that Haytons were linked to Meschin/Massey elements from king Mieszko of Silesia/Poland.

The Say Shield is the Massey Shield in colors reversed (the Massey-Crest quadrants are in Say color arrangement), and the Hayton Coat and Crest has got to be a variation of the Buckley Coat (both use bulls in Coat as well as Crest. I mentioned the Buckleys-of-Mascy two days ago, the very day before discovering the Hayton 9-11 report. Note that the Hayton chevron is black-on-white and engrailed, the very features of the .

As the Buckleys were also "BULKeley," I would suggest that the bulls used are indication of links to the Bullock surname (uses bulls), which smacks of "Pollock." The Bullock Crest uses "Five Lochaber axes with gold handles and silver blades, bound with a scarf." Code for the Lochs?

The Loch Coat (swans) uses what looks like a version if the Sinclair cross. Compare the Williamson Coat (= Mackay sept) to the Loch Coat, and as Williamsons were first in Peebles, note that the Loch surname was first in Peebleshire, on the south side of that part of Lothian where the Sinclairs lived.

That part of Lothian was Midlothian, where the capital is Dalkeith, obviously named for the Keiths of East Lothian. The Dalkeith surname was first found in Edinburgh (six miles from Roslin, where Sinclairs were grounded). Recalling the recent Percy trace to the Perche home of the proto-Massey Bellamys, and to Percival/Parzival, see the Dalkeith write-up: i"The border [where Bullocks were first found, and where I typically traced Polish clans such as the Maxwells and Pollocks] became a convenient no-man's land. Notable families such as the Percys, the Umfravilles and the Nevilles gathered many supporting clans around them. "

Is it coincidental that I traced Nevilles, due to their Annan(dale)-like Coat, to the Ananes? Is it another coincidence that I tentatively traced "Parzival" to "Pharisee" stock in the Ananes? What about the fact that Ananes were Gauls under Bellamy-like Bellovesus? Did anyone read my trace of Edinburgh to Edomites? Why is Peebleshire beside Edom-like DUMfries? Why does the motto in the Arms of Edinburgh use "DOMinicus"? Why does "Lothian" smack of "Lotan," the Horite in Edom? Didn't I trace the Say surname to Sais (Egypt), where Horus was a major god? Didn't I trace "Horus" to Horites? Why does "Herod" smack of "Horite," which becomes much more conspicuous due to the fact that the king Herods were Edomites. Did anyone read (earlier in this update date) my recent trace to "Sinclair=Clare" to the Cloor variation of the Lure surname (a McLeod sept), and that the "hawk's lure" of the Herod/Harold surname (another McLeod sept) is code for the Lures/Cloors?

The Lochaber axes of the Bullocks is surely code for the Locherbee surname, first found in Dumfries (beside the Lochs in Peebleshire). As you can see, both Bullocks and Locherbees use a white chevron on red. I searched my files just now for the Bullock motto, "Nil conscire sibi," because I recall writing on a sibi-like surnames, Sibbel and Seaborn/Seabald, the latter of which uses the hawk's lure (2nd update last February). As per the above where I suggested that Says were same-colored Alans, I now see that the Seaborn Coat comes up when entering SAYborne, and it's the Alan Shield. As per the Say-Shield link to the Massey Shield, I see that the Saybornes use fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Massey fleur. This makes more sense where Allens are listed as a Mackay (=Macey=Massey) sept.

I found the below from 1st update last February:

The Obama logo was designed by Sol Sender. The Sender/Sanders Coat uses elephant heads [that I now trace to Eliphas, son of Esau]...The Sender motto, "Nil Conscire Sibi," has been seen the Vince/Vinch Coat. The motto means "Conscious of no Wrong," what well portrays Obama's attitude.

German Senders use red-on-white bull heads, the very same as the white-on-red bull heads of the Bullocks!

In the 5th update of last February, I was on the Catti-like Haddington location (East Lothian) of the Catti-related Keiths:

As proof that the namers of Musselburgh [East Lothian] were Keith-based Maskalls, or elephant-using Maskals (one 'l'), there's the Muscel variation of the Mussel surname. THEN, looking up "Hatting" just now, we find that they (also "Hatton") were first in Cheshire (!!), suggesting a trace to the Meschins there. IN FACT, the Hatton write-up: " First found in Cheshire where they had been granted lands by the Earl of Chester..."

BUT, it now dawns on me that "Keith" is a variation of "Hed(ing)," but if not quite then it's a variation of the Chedel/Cheatle/Chettle surname first found in Cheshire, the term that I think could have named Cheshire. The Hatting Coat uses garbs in the colors of the Arms of Cheshire! I traced "Cheshire" to Hesse (Germany) an a strong feeling (it was risky), so note that Hesse [from "Esau"] is said to have been founded by a Catti peoples! The Hatting motto is exactly the Vince/Vinch (Da-Vinci-code important?) motto: "Nil conscire sibi." The Keith/Maskall motto is "Veritas vincit"!! The Vinces use a mean-looking dragon in Coat and Crest, meaning, apparently, that they own this design.

I could add that the Edin(burgh)-like Eatons/Etons (in Vince colors) use a "Vincit" motto term, and that I trace Eatons to the ancient Samson cult...of Edomite elements. I should repeat that Eatons were first in Cheshire, where Poles/Pulls and Pulesdons lived. The traces are always the same, over and over again, always linking back to the Samson cult amid the Polish Mieszko/Piast royals.

By the way, Scottish Hatts (Aberdeenshire) use a black chevron on white, as do Haytons. "Hades" brings up the English Hatts, first in Dorset, not far from Hoods/Hudds of Devon. [Later/below, I'll think of the Hatch surname near the English Hatts of Dorset. And after finding that, I checked for the Hadge surname (also Hedge/Hegge) to find the Loch swan. Hadges/Hedges are in Hagar and Hague/Hate colors.]

I truly believe that we're dealing here with the founders of the Nazi and Thule Rosicrucians that linked to the Dol Alans>Stewarts. I had linked the Hiedler/Hitler/Hutt surname to similar ones such as the Heids, Heidels, and Hoods/Hudds, but then why not also HAYTtons showing the Pohl bull? I now see that "Hayt" brings up the German (Bavaria) Heidt Coat in Hayton colors. I recall linking the Heid(t)s to the Hague/Hate surname with Roque/Rockefeller rock, and suggesting that Hagues were Hagarites i.e. from Edom.

Does this suggest that Phil Hayton of the BBC is evidence of a news organization run by anti-Israeli and/or Marxist and/or closet-Nazi Rosicrucians?

The BBC was the world's first national broadcasting organisation and was founded on 18 October 1922 [the same time that Rothschilds were becoming world-League strong]...The original company was founded in 1922 by a group of six telecommunications companies -Marconi, Radio Communication Company, Metropolitan-Vickers, General Electric, Western Electric, and British Thomson-Houston[10]—to broadcast experimental radio services. The first transmission was on 14 November of that year, from station 2LO, located at Marconi House, London.

MARConi? As in the Marks/Marx surname? The BBC Coat of Arms is shown at the above link, and it uses an eagle, the symbol on the green-Shielded (= Bower/Bauer-Shield color) Marconi Coat. As peer the General Electric in the BBC's founding, that company was re-named "Marconi plc."

As per the Vickers term found in BBC's founding, the Vickers Coat uses the Hood/Hudd "fret"!! Those exclamation marks are due to not finding this until I written all the above i.e. on the Hood/Hudd family of clans.

The BBC article continues:

To represent its purpose and values, the Corporation adopted the coat of arms, incorporating the motto "Nation shall speak peace unto Nation". The motto is generally attributed to Montague John Rendall, former headmaster of Winchester College, and member of the first BBC Board of Governors.

I did not know this Rendall topic when I suggested above that the Rundel, Rand and Rynd surnames link to the Arundel surname. In case you've forgotten, I started today's bloodline topic with: "Yesterday the topic included Jane Arundel on Fox news and Phil Hayton of the BBC. Both the Arundel and Hayton surnames were first found in Sussex, and both use the same black and white colors." Yesterday, I suggested that Jane Arundel was privy to the 9-11 plot.

The Rendel/Rendall Coat is new here, and it too uses the Arundel and Hayton colors. Rendels were first in Devon, where the Hoods/Hudds were first found. The Rendel Crest is the Wolfley wolf exactly, a wolf that I link to the wolf elements said to be in the Scottish Randolph surname. In that picture, Rendalls and Randolphs could be branches of one another, revealing to me that Rendalls were Meschins. As per my trace of proto-Masseys to Bavaria, German Rendels were first found in Bavaria, and as per Masseys being of Cheshire, ditto for the Wolfleys.

The Rend/Rind Coat (the one using Gillie flowers), by the way, is like the Dalkeith and French Talbot Coats. The Rend Coat is in the colors of the "Jewish" Aaron Coat, which is suspicious as per Aaron-like Arundels/Erundels. Erons use the same colors. AND, come to think of it, the doves in the Arundel Coat and Crest could suggest linkage with the same dove often shown with olive branch in beak, the olive branch that is code for the Laevi-rooted Olivers.

Hmm, the Spanish Olive/Oliver surname (owl) was first in Aaron-like Aragon.

Hmm, Orin Hatch came to mind on two counts, including the Hatch similarity with "Hayt(on) and "Hagues/Hates. I first loaded the Orin term to find a Coat with two fat chevrons, the symbol of the Scottish (Borderlands) Oliver Coat. The Levi Coat uses three of them in what could be construed as colors-reversed from the Orin chevrons.

The Hatches (Tring/Nobel lion) were first in Cornwall, near the Hoods/Hudds of Devon. I was rolling Heid-like terms in my mind as soon the above sentence had been written, but entered "Hiet" wrongly (I intended to enter "Heit") and got a surname first in Hertfordshire, where Tring park (owned by Rothschilds) was located. It's the Hyatt surname properly. The Hiets/Hyatts use "Fac et spera" for a motto (same as the Scottish Mathies/Manns).

AND WOW, BINGO! Recalling that I traced that motto to the Fawcett/Faukside surname (said to derive from "fox"), I re-checked the Fawcett Coat (because I had forgotten its symbols) to find the same lion design, in the same black color, as per the Hiet/Hyatt Coat! I've just learned that it's the Mathie lion design too!!

Fawcetts were first in East Lothian, where I see Hesse elements from the Samson cults Cati>Catti line (from mythical Cadmus). I believe modern Samson-tracing families uses foxes as symbols (e.g the "Jewish" Simon Coat), wherefore see that a black lion on gold, the colors of the Fawcett/Faukside lion, is used by the Sam/Sammes Coat. Italian Simons use the same lion design again in fox-red color and next to a Zionist star. The Fox surname in Ireland is said to derive in a Sion-like term.

People in the demolition business should conduct an experiment. Blow up the beams on one floor alone, with as many floors above it as one of the twin towers had above the floor where the plane hit. To object of the experiment is to see whether the beams below the airplane were strong enough to hold the falling floors. In fact, a test isn't necessarily required because engineers could calculate on paper how much falling mass/weight the beams could withstand when that mass falls the distance of one floor.

I would suggest people see the video, Loose Change: The Final Cut, for ideas to ponder. The problem with such videos is that one needs to purchase some/most of them, creating conflict of interest and drastically slowing the dissemination of the realities. Some videos have been taken off the web, possibly due to threats from 9-11 insiders.


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