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June 14 - 20, 2011

Skull and Bones in the Yorkshire Bushes
Crispins and Cravens from Eschol
Edomites in Ringerike and Busker
Drakenburg's Nimrod Bloodline

Is the sun going to turn off as per the black sun of Revelation 6, or is it going to be merely an eclipse? Since when would a solar eclipse be a sign of anything, since there are so many of them?

Since 2008, there have been few sunspots, a situation so unexpected that a scientific organization has fabricated a theory (video below) predicting a longer period yet, up to a decade longer, of low solar activity.

I have a theory on the blackness of a sunspot that makes sense, unlike the explanation of science. We are told that the relatively cool temperature of a sunspot makes it appear black. Nonsense. The sunspot is more than hot enough to emit much light, even if it's true that it's "cool."

The reason that scientists have got this wrong is because they opted, roughly a century ago, to do away with the light-medium, the so-called "ether" that carries light waves. Then they created a sort-of light wave that really isn't, but is instead a projectile.

A few decades after converting from the light wave to the projectile, scientists discovered that all of space is filled with free electrons emitted by stars. In our neck of the cosmic woods, they call it the "solar wind." The ether-ist scientists didn't know about electrons at all.

By definition, though scientists don't admit it, a cosmos filled with free electrons is a cosmos filled with...ether. That's right. The cosmos is a sea of electrons. Toss the right kind of "rock" into the sea of electrons, and a wave will be formed.

Electrons are either captured within atoms, or are free from atoms. All atoms have captured electrons; if they don't, they cease to be atoms. There are multiple ways to set some electrons free from atoms; in every case, heat is released and light is formed. Don't be deceived; heat is not the motion (i.e. kinetic energy) of atoms, but is rather the electromagnetic force of freed electrons. Don't be deceived; electrons don't orbit within atoms at incredible velocities.

When electrons are freed from any atom, they spread out in all directions (this is very logical) under the motive force of their own inter-repulsion, and they therefore send out light in all directions (explanation below). They spread out in all directions and therefore fill all of space, surrounding every atom in that any atom releasing its captured electrons causes light (sometimes not visible to our eyes).

A single electron is a single "rock" sending out a single wave through the free-electron ether. The wave moves in the direction that the electron was moving in when released from its atom. This so-called "longitudinal wave" through a medium is difficult to comprehend. The mechanics don't make sense to scientists. Other waves spread out as they move forward. A light wave does not spread out (much). It started to make better sense to scientists that a light wave should be a projectile-particle, like a bullet, even if that's a contradiction.

I think it was Einstein who named that imaginary projectile a photon. But as light showed evidence of being a wave, they gave the photon a nonsensical wave property, a contradiction. There is no photon.

Plus, Einstein couldn't believe in the existence of the ether because he assumed that ether particles had weight. He didn't know, and I don't know that anyone knew, that electrons are weightless. Scientists couldn't detect the weight of the ether, and so Einstein did away with altogether. He had the world following him into that error, to this day.

When a wave moves through a weightless medium, the medium offers almost zero resistance to the moving wave. If the inertia of the medium were zero, a wave would be instant through any distance, but some small resistance must exist to slow light waves to 186,000 mps (in our atmosphere).

Much data exists to prove that electrons are weightless, no matter that scientists have deceived themselves into believing that they have measured the weight of an electron. There is no way to prove the weight of an electron, but rather scientists have opted to believe that all matter is attracted by gravity, wherefore they believe that an electron exerts some weight.

Electrons are weightless, not because they have zero mass, which is impossible, but because they are repelled by gravity. This requires a new definition of gravity. It assumes that gravity has the same electromagnetic charge (assigned by scientists as so-called "negative" charge) as the electron, and this is by no coincidence, for gravity is just the negative force of the mass of free electrons in the planetary/stellar interior.

When Einstein assigned zero mass for his photon invention (= the light particle moving through space and through atoms at the impossible speed of 186,000 mph), he was deceiving himself. Now you know why scientists wrongly define an atom as 99.9999 percent space, for they think they can allow photons to fly through atoms in that way. The light wave poses no problem when contacting atoms, for the wave goes around (this is logical) the periphery of the atom (the outer edges of an atom is an electron "atmosphere"), and then carries on, moving past atom after atom in that way.

It's one thing to have a particle flying through space at 186,000 mph (sheer impossibility), and quite another to have a wave moving at that speed, for a wave (even though it may be moving through electrons in motion) is not defined as the motion of particles. Waves and projectiles are not the same.

The electron that causes a light wave is a projectile, true, but the resulting wave itself is not a projectile. The wave is a pushing forward of all electrons in the ether. Each of the countless ether elections in the straight line moves slightly forward. It's a domino effect, each electron bumping the one in front of it...until the last electrons in a line (i.e. the ones immediately next to an opaque surface) strike an impenetrable (i.e. opaque) surface.

As electrons are not pulled and held tight by a gravitational force, each electron bumps its neighbor forward without resistance so that the last electron in the line moves forward (almost) as soon as the first one in the line moves forward.

The "velocity" of the wave depends on how close to one another the ether electrons are. If electrons were all one mile apart, it would take a long time for one to bump the other forward. In outer space, where electrons are much less dense than in our atmosphere, the speed of light must be slower (this makes the size of the solar system smaller than what we are told).

Toss a rock into water, and it causes a wave; the wave "moves" along across the water even though the water molecules themselves may not be moving along. If water molecules were neither attracted to gravity nor to one another, they would pose no restriction to the transfer of a water wave. The greater the inertia (= restriction due to attractive forces) of the wave medium, the slower the wave.

Had scientists correctly understood light, they would not have offered us the falsehood that a sunspot is black due to being cooler than the solar material around it. It is not predictable that a sunspot region is cooler, anyway, for a sunspot is accompanied with explosions/ejections of hot material. Since when is an explosion cooler than the area around the explosion? We can assume that solar ejections occur due to sources of high pressure directly below it, but then higher pressures are assumed to be due to higher temperatures. When sunspots are absent, it suggests that the interior heat-forming processes are milder or less concentrated.

The only explanation for the blackness of a sunspot is that light waves are NOT being emitted toward our eyes/instruments on earth. It's not always true that the specific color of fire/flames determines its temperature; that's not the case when the fire is moving away or toward the observer. How much light would we expect to enter our eyes, from a fire moving away from our eyes at a velocity greater than the velocity of electrons ejecting toward our eyes?

While the materials of a sunspot-related solar explosion is moving upward from the sun, there will be light toward the earth, but when the same material falls back toward the sun, and when the atoms thereof are moving toward the sun at a velocity greater than the velocity of electrons ejecting from them, there will be no light waves toward the earth. The same -- no outward light -- may apply where a sunspot is defined as a depression/hole in the solar surface created by a downward electromagnetic attraction of material.

You get it, that while electrons are being ejected in all directions, including toward the earth, their actual direction will be toward the sun rather than toward the earth if the atoms from which they eject are moving away from the earth at a higher velocity than the ejection velocity. Throw a rock at 20 mph backward from your car, while the car moves forward at 60 mph, but the rock will actually move forward at 40 mph.

There are at least two ways for the sun to go wholly black: 1) it can cease to emit electrons sufficient to create light visible to our eyes; 2) the entire solar surface ejects explosive material that, on the way back down, ceases to emit light toward the earth, and is meanwhile dense enough block light from the solar surface. The latter theory is prophecy-attractive because it suggests a temporary blackening. The Bible has Armageddon some time after the sun goes dark, suggesting that the sun is shining again.

However, in order for the skies to disappear or roll up like a scroll (Revelation 6), and for the stars to disappear, I conclude that the light medium surrounding the earth must be diminished drastically, requiring number 1) above to be the case. That is, a cooler sun may cause the sun to appear black to our eyes just because the spread of the "solar wind" becomes too thin to transmit visible light waves.

In my view, ether density is proportional to temperature (because I define both the ether and heat as free electrons), meaning that the wave medium around the earth, where it's very cold, is very thin already.

There are always questions in my mind: 1) is the cosmology field of science a satan-honoring organization with the purpose of advancing evolutionary thinking intended to destroy belief in a creator? 2) does this field of science, and others, have as one of their special tasks to create "natural' explanations for some prophesied end-time signs? 3) Do Illuminatists actually believe in God while warring against Him?

The article above: "...However, the recent findings indicate that the [sunspot] activity in the next 11-year solar cycle, Cycle 25, could be greatly reduced. In fact, some scientists are questioning whether this drop in activity could lead to a second Maunder Minimum, which was a 70-year period from 1645 to 1715 when the sun showed virtually no sunspots." When I read this statement, it struck me as though framed to explain a darkened sun, should it become dark in the next few years. "Hill estimated that the start of Cycle 25 could be delayed to 2021 or 2022 and will be very weak, if it even happens at all." The sun is being portrayed as temporarily "ill."

In a related article dated June 15: "Earlier this month, David Hathaway, NASA's top solar storm scientist, predicted that the current [sunspot] cycle, which started around 2009, will be the weakest in a century." Does he really have the evidence to back that prediction, or is there a conspiracy to create a natural explanation for the coming prophetic darkening of the sun?

The same article: "Matt Penn of the National Solar Observatory, another study co-author, said sunspot magnetic fields have been steadily decreasing in strength since 1998. If they continue on the current pace, their magnetic fields will be too weak to become spots as of 2022 or so, he said." The Penn Coat is in Pendragon/Pendred colors, and as these are also Sinclair colors, note the Penn Motto phrase, "Dum clarum." The Penn Crest lion is "Gorged with a black collar," suggesting either a George surname (similar Shield) or Gorgons for ancestry. The "Collar" term brings up Moor heads (Moors of Illuminati interests are always linked to Sinclairs and Clares), suggesting that the Collar(d) surname is a Clare variation.

Later in this update, the Flaad name of the proto-Stewarts will be linked to Harald BLATant "Bluetooth," and consequently to the Blatt/Platt surname (leopards). This link was made the day before writing the paragraph above. It just so happens that the Penns use "plates," and that entering "Plate" brings up the Blatts/Platts. The proto-Stewart link to Harald Blatant includes the round forts that he built, perhaps explaining why the plate symbol of the Penns are (white) roundels.

As the grail cult is always linked to the Ligurian swan, note that German Plates/Platts/Blattens use a swan. Remember this when I get to the Blatant topic because the trace of proto-Stewarts was made to Salyes Ligurians (in a new way) just before tracing them to Blatant (this created a difficulty because Liguria was not near Blatant's Norse domain). German Plates/Blattens shows a purple grape cluster, jibing with the Lacy (black roundels, purple lion) link to be made to proto-Stewarts. The Lacys will at that point be traced to Liguria's Lacydon, which is why the proto-Stewarts were being traced there too. That very discussion includes the Magdalene cult, and the "Vincit" term to which I link it.

The "Vincit" motto term will come up twice in this update, not including the instance in the Irish Pender(gast) motto (I typically link the Pendragons/Pendreds to Penders). Penders were first found in Pembrokeshire, ruled by a Clare surname, suggesting that the Penn "clarum" term is code for those Clares. One instance of the Vincit term will be from the Dole/Doil Coat, and it just so happens that the Lacy link to proto-Stewarts will be made in Brittany (proto-Stewarts were in Dol).

As the Norwegian Halland line was found to be of a "kettle hat" bloodline (that included "Ancitels" and "Ketels"), I should mention that Irish Penders use kettle hats (in Pape colors). The kettle hats had been traced to the Arms of Pappenheim, and they in turn to the Papes/Popes/Popps (Harald Blatant was baptized by a monk named, Poppo). Papes were first found in Caithness, where Hallands ruled, and likely, Rollo Sinclair's wife, Poppa, was of that Pape bloodline. Further corroboration that Pender(gast)s were of the Sinclair and/or Halland Rus is in the white-skinned Moor/Saracen head of the English Pendergast Coat (the same head is used by the Mores/Moors/Muirs). This time, the Pender(gast)s use the same Shield as the Malcolms/MalCALLAMs (i.e. like the Halland/Hallam surname)...who can be traced to Norwegian Hallands (because Malcolm III married Ingibiorg of Halland).

You may have read some of the "Cappeo" or "Copia" links to the Halland bloodline, having to do with the blue-on-white lion used by the Halland/Hallam surname. Emailer Patterson, who has a Hall bloodline on one side, had a dream about a blue on white lion named "Cappeo," and when she relayed it to me (this was just as she had introduced the Hall and Halland topic; see May 10-16 update for details), I realized that it had to do with the "copia" motto term of the Arms of Macclesfield because it uses a blue-on-white lion centrally. But then the Halland/Hallam Coat also uses a blue-on-white lion.

We both came to the conclusion that the Cappeo-like terms had to do with "alpha=first" or "chief" or "kappa=head." Stay with me here because "Pendragon" is said to mean "head/chief dragon" probably for this reason of linking to the Cappeo entity.

The point is, I traced the Cappeo term to "Cappadocia," but then also to the copper industry from nearby Cyprus when I had come across the Cooper/Couper Coat using a blue-on-white saltire, the same as the Malcolm/MalCallam saltire. TODAY, finding the same saltire in the (PENDRagon-like) Pender surname, I also find this in the Pender description: A [Saracen] man's head COUPED at the neck proper." If that's not coincidental, and I don't think it is, the Pendragon cult knows that it links to the Coupers/Coopers.

And look, the code-studded Couper Crest uses a "A demi [code for "Edomites"?] leopard guardant, proper ducally crowned silver, holding in the dexter paw a holly branch fructed proper." The holly branch is code for the Holle witchcraft cult that was solidly traced to the Halland bloodline.

The Couper Chief also uses leopards. Remember, the NimROD cult (depicted by Freemasons with a leopard) was traced to the Ares proto-Rus, who's mythical mate was Cyprus' copper-industry as depicted by Aphrodite (wife of the metal smith). To help trace the Coupers to Guiscard-related Saracens, the Tancred Crest uses a "olive tree fructed." Perhaps "Fructed" is code for Phrygian>Frigg elements (since after all I traced the proto-Boofima cult to Phrygians).

As Hungarian Arpads used a stag when tracing to Nimrod, note that the Maxwell stag (surname links to "Maccles(field)") is with HOLLY bush. Then, the Bush clan was first in Yorkshire, where the Halland blue lion was big, and the Bush Crest is a goat (the Boofima/Baphomet cult used a leopard and a goat symbol).

Very late in this update, the Cravens of Yorkshire will be identified with the Crispin bloodline, and linked squarely to the Lacydon line to Yorkshire Lacys. The points here is that the Bush-of-Yorkshire Shield is also the Craven Shield, and that the "actione" motto term of the Cravens is code for similar-Shielded Actons...whom I had traced to "Hectors/Ectors," conspicuous because I had traced the proto-Boofima, goat-depicted, Marsyas-related Phrygians to mythical Priam, father of Hector (the latter was code for the frog goddess, Hecate/Keket).

The Boofima link to "Priam" was made in-part due to similarity of his name to the Paramas location (Africa) of the Boofima cult proper, and in-part because "Priam" and (his son) "Paris" smack of the African peoples that controlled the Boofima cult in Paramus (all details first update of this month). Interestingly, as it can be gathered that mythical Paris evolved into the Parisii Gorgons (co-founders of Yorkshire) that were encoded, Parzival/Percival the grail king, the Froggat surname (showing three frogs in the same fashion as a Drakenberg-related Coat, shown below) uses a (Parzival-like) parrot in Crest.

I'm not being frivolous with a parrot link to the Parisii. The parrot has a cherry, and the Cherry surname was first found in Derbyshire, as with the Froggats. The Cherry spelling is not far off from "Craven," which I say because the Cherry Coat is similar to the Craven Coat. Then there is the Char(d) surname using partridges, the symbol of mythical Perdix who I traced to "pirate" and their parrot symbol. Perdix was the inventor of CARPENtry tools, smacking of "Craven." The Carpenter surname uses Craven colors and an "acuta" motto term smacking of the "actione" term of the Cravens.

Now, as we must realize that the pirates under discussion were the Templar-related ones, who used the skull and crossbone symbol as flags, so the Bush clan, now being linked to Cravens, and therefore to Perdix pirates, has been linked by others to the Skull and Bones cult. The grail cult must always trace to the cup-shaped ship of Helios a depiction of Rhodian pirates. Note that Cravens et-al use Rhodian red.

Asking myself what "Yale" could derive from (since Skull and Bones is typically related to Yale), "Gale" came to mind, which seems like an apt term for the Helios line from the Galli transvestites. The Welsh Yale Coat is likewise red on white (it uses the Biden/Button cap), using the same saltire as the Annan(dale)s. The Bruces of Annandale, when in Yorkshire, used a blue-on-white lion, the Halland/Hallam lion no doubt, what we are entertaining as the Cappeo lion, which is being repeated due to the cap in the Yale Crest. The Yale description just calls it a "red hat," but the Biden description calls it a "chapeau," very close to "Cappeo" indeed. Note the blue boar on the Yale chapeau.

The Gale clan uses blue on white (i.e. Bruce/Halland-lion colors). The Gale saltires in these colors are also those of the Malcolm/Callam and Couper saltires, suggesting that the Gale (and Yale) clan was of the Hall(and)s. The blue unicorns in the Gale Crest must link to the blue boar in the Yale Crest, and in this case the uniCORN is a symbol for Cornwall, for the Gale clan was first found there. In Arthurian lore, Cornwall was home to a boar-depicted peoples. In fact, the current wife of prince Charles of Wales/England is duchess of Cornwall, and in that capacity she uses a blue boar in her personal Arms. That tends to support a Yale link to the Gale clan, which is itself likely linked to the Wale(s) term that's understood by some in "CornWALL."

Further evidence that Gales were the Massey-related Halls (i.e. from Mysia's Hellespont) is where the Gale lions are used also by the English Penders, who, because they were first found in Cheshire, and because they use the Macey Shield, must have been merged with Masseys and/or Maceys of Cheshire (the Craven-like Crabs look like they use the Macey Shield). As it was the Pender-like Penns who use "plates" as code for Platts, note that the Pender lion design, in Pender-lion colors, is the special symbol of the (Platt/Blatt-like) Bratts/Brads (which may or may not indicate why Pendergasts are also PRendergasts).

Later in this update, when Crispins are linked to Cheshire's rulers and to the Lacy bloodline there, the pine symbol that was given to the CrisPINs will be treated and linked to the Biblical dragonline in Lothian (the latter entity uses a pine tree). I say this here because I had long ago traced the Pendragons and Penders to the Pyne/Pine surname by way of the Pinner and Pinter variations of the Cheshire Penders. The Pyne/Pine surname uses a pine tree and a pineapple, but the original point here is: the Bratts/Brads were first found in Edinburghshire...LOTHIAN.

Years ago, the PynePine link to the Penders coughed up the "Pen(dragon)" link to "Payen" and similar surnames (Pynes/Pines were first found in Devon, near the Pendragons first found in Cornwall). I now find, only yesterday (see way below), that Paynels/Paines were fundamental parts of the Cheshire Crispins. I'm very glad to have decided to tackle the fact that Pynes/Pines use a Coat in colors reversed from the Craven Coat, for it was during the writing of that -- right here -- that I realized the similarity between "Crepon" and "Craven." The Crispin surname (in Craven colors), you see, is also, Crepin/Crepon.

The pine was also the symbol of mythical Attis, the transvestite cult of Hatti that I typically link to the Galli priests of the Kabeiri.

Yorkshire was co-founded by a boar-depicted peoples (the EBUROvices/EBROicum of Evreux that I've trace solidly to the Aphrodite-based "Kabeiri"), and that tends to link the Gales to Yorkshire Hallands (and to Yorkshire Hulls and Elis') by way of the Eburovices. I'm keeping in mind that the unicorn appears as the Crest of the Macclesfield Arms. I traced that unicorn to the same in the raven-depicted Arms of Shetland. The Macclesfield trace to Shetland's viking pirates was made for more reasons than the shared unicorn. Note the "SCAL-LAND" term in that latter Arms, smacking of "Skull/Schole," and see the Schole significance shortly below.

One now has the way to ask whether "raven/crow" was code for the Craven bloodline. A crow/raven is a "corvos" in Greek, where the bird depicted a dark-skinned Apollo line. The Cyrene line of Apollo is suspect. Not only were the Meshwesh in Cyrene, and not only does "Cyrene" look like "Craven," but Meschins of Cheshire were merged with Skiptons of Craven.

The Skull and Bones cult was code for the Bonne/Bone and similar Skull surnames (i.e. their Coats are similar). After making that discovery, I realized that the Skull clan traced to the valley of Eschol in Hebron, and I now find that Cravens, Bushes, Cherries, and Carpenters use Hebron-Coat (red Shield) colors. Further points to be made are that the Schole surname was first found in Yorkshire with Bushes and Cravens, and that the Pyne/Pine surname --linked above to Crepons>Cravens -- uses a Shield just like the Hebron Shield.

Remember, Lacys and Skiptons both use purple lions, and Skiptons are known to have been of Craven elements. Moreover, "Craven" is not a far cry from "Hebron," and from the "chevron" symbol that I think is code for Hebron elements. Keep in mind here that I trace Templars to Amorites at mount Gareb at Jerusalem, for "Craven" also smacks of "Gareb" (this could indicate that "Hebron" and "Gareb" were related terms or sister regions).

Further evidence now that Dionysus' wine symbol was linked to Eschol's grapes ("Eschol" is said to mean "bunch/cluster" (of grapes)), he and his Maenads (think the Manes>Attis line) was given a thyrsos symbol, which was a rod with a pine cone at its end.

Much of this is new to me as I write. It clearly indicates Hebron Amorites in Yorkshire Templarism (think the so-called "York Rite"). As these clans represent the true grail cult that was morphed by clever scammers into "Magdalene," note that the Hebron Coat uses red lions on white, the fundamental symbol that I link the Magdalene cult to.

Large grape clusters found by Israelite spies (included Caleb of Hebron elements) in the land of the "giants" of Eschol were, I think, used by the Dionysus cult for his wine symbolism. If I'm not mistaken, the giants who grew the grapes were Amorites. Yes, for "Abram was living near the great trees of Mamre [the war god Mars was called, Mamers, by Oscans/Sabines] the Amorite, a brother of Eshcol..." (Genesis 14:13). The Amorites of Eschol jibe with the Boofima trace back to (Amorite-like) Marsyas, a goat cult of Dionysus (see 1st update this month for Dionysus links to the Boofima cult). The purple grape symbol of the German Plates/Blattens (trace-able to Nordic vikings); could it link to the Yorkshire purple, and therefore to the Scholes of Yorkshire?

I say YES! Firstly, the Schole write-up: "First found in Yorkshire where the name is associated with the village of Scholes in the parish of Barwick... In 1086 this parish was held by Ilbert de Lacy..." Purple-lion Lacys ruled Schole, and while Penns use white plates=roundels, English Lacys (purple fret-knot) use black roundels.

The English Plates/Blatts use WHITE (code for Nordics?) scallops (the Penns used WHITE plates), and at times the Scylla location, which scallops depicted, is depicted by scales (the kind one weighs with), which is being repeated because the Schole surname (Illuminati-type black and white "checks") shows a Scayle(s) variation. The ring in the Schole Coat could be code for Norway's Ringerike (treated Illuminati-importantly in the first update of this month and again below).

The Palestinian Authority is reporting the formation a government in partnership with it's foe, the chief of Hamas, Khaled Meshaal. The name smacks of the Khaldi Amazons, though I say the Khaldi were Amorites merged with Amazons, who together became proto-Massey Mysians. I suspect that these Amorites landed at Marmara, named after Mari, capital of the Chaldean (i.e. like "Khaldi") Amorites. I have entertained Meshaal as the anti-Christ, but rarely mention it as I expect the anti-Christ to be a Rus bloodline instead. If he's around during the anti-Christ invasion of Israel, he is expected to join, and even lead, the anti-Christ covenant, perhaps recruiting Syrian Baathists for the cause:

...Leaders from the two [Palestinian] factions met for several hours in Cairo on [June 14] to discuss forming the new government agreed under a reconciliation deal reached in April.

"The prime minister's name and that of the ministers will be announced before the people on [June 21]," Hamas's deputy politburo head Mousa Abu Marzook [Mysia-like name and Mars-like surname], told Reuters in an interview.

...Naming a premier is one of the main disputes.

Possibly, the sudden shaky condition of Syria's Assad, who has until now protected Meshaal, has the latter making some concessions to the Palestinian Authority that will allow a deal to be finally reached. I don't know whether such a deal will be prophecy relevant, but certainly we know (if we trust Daniel 9) that a "covenant' of many Israeli peoples will prove to be Israel's undoing.

The Lebanese government is finally rolling again, but now with Hezbollah in a driver's seat. "Premier Najib Miqati's new cabinet held its first session at Baabda palace on [June 15]."

Tim sent in a Ranger Coat that I've not seen before. It uses a bell and fleur-de-lys in Massey-fleur colors, meaning that I was probably correct some time ago when suggesting that this French Ranger Coat (Bell/Bellamy colors) was linked to the Messey/Messick Coat.

The Ranger surname is important where it might be a bloodline of the Vere-related RAINFROU (could be a quasi-mythical term) character, whom I identified with the Raines surname because there was RENFREW-reason to believe that "Rainfrou" was code for Rennes, Brittany (Renfrew is named after Rennes). The Raines motto term, "Judicium," must therefore be code for one or more historical rulers of Rennes named, Judicael.

Apparently, the Raines surname was after "Rennes" (no matter what the speculators on surname derivations tell us). But what about the English Ranger/Ringer/Rainger surname that shows no Coat? Might it be the one above with a bell and Massey-colored fleur? What we can glean is that the Ringer/Ranger/Rainger clan, first found in Essex, was related to the Raines clan because it too was first found in Essex. I happened to have a web browser opened to the Ringerike location, as per it's being featured in the first update of June:

...Hallands and Masseys were virtually one. As I've connected Hallands fundamentally to Melusine, whose magic rings haven't played any emphasis in my writing for a while, note now that Sigurd above [married the Halland bloodline] had an uncle, king Frodi of Ringerike...smacking of Tolkien's Frodo Baggins character in Fellowship of the Ring. The Arms of Ringerike use...just a large ring (!) in the colors of the large Beckel ring!!! Ringerike [Norway] is more-or-less beside Halland. [A couple of the Beckel variations suggest that this bloodline was part of Tolkien's "Baggins" code.]

Therefore, I've just got to repeat, not only that the Raines Coat is in the configuration and colors of the Hull Coat (first found in Yorkshire, where Hallands were first found), but that the quasi-mythical character, Rainfrou, was introduced online by the same Veres who link themselves to mythical Melusine. And as Ii identified Melusine fundamentally with the Speers, so the Speers were first found in Renfrewshire. I wanted to repeat this as I now go to an investigation of the Halland-related Ringerike location. The first conspicuous thing to be noted was: "The municipality of Ringerike was created on 1 January 1964 after the merger of the town of Honefoss and the rural municipalities of Hole..." That's suspect as linking to the mythical Holle witchcraft cult.

Clicking to the Hole location (said to be named after a round hill, but we should ignore that), we find it using four crowns, one for a certain ruler, Sigurd Syr (11th century). The Syr term caught my eye, not only because I entertain mythical Nor, founder of Norway, as a Nahorite entity (who I trace to Edom), but because Hole and Ringerike are in BUSkerud county (I'm assuming that the "rud" part is "red"). I'm wondering whether Buskerud was named after Buz elements.

There are two Busker Coats, the first (red griffin) being a Norse one and likely related to Buskerud. The surname is said to be named after "buskr,' a bush, but I'm skeptical. In any case, the "Sauviter" motto term smacks of SWIEToslawa/Sigrid, daughter of Mieszko of Poland (she married Harald-Blatant's son). From the first update this month:

Harald Fairhair's mother was of a DAGling clan (from Dag the Great), and Mieszko I (born a generation later) was called, Dagome. This is interesting where Mieszko's daughter by the name of Sigrid became a Danish queen, for Fairhair's mother above was a daughter of a Sigurd (and his wife, Ingibiorg), "legendary king of Ringerike" (Olaf II of the Halland line was born there).

The Busker clan was first found in Yorkshire, suggesting linkage there to the Hallands/Hulls. But there is tricky-dicky evidence of linkage to the Yorkshire Bruces too, and that jibes with the likely-fact that the Halland Coat uses the Bruce-of-Yorkshire lion. The tricky-dicky evidence comes from the write-up of the German Buskers (looks like a Bower>Rothschild branch) because it traces to a bush or "brush." Entering "Brush" brings up a Coat (Scottish) that is almost identical (even use the same motto) with the Scottish Bruce Coat!

The only difference between the Brush and Bruce Coats is that the Brushes use a different lion design, and it happens to be the lion design of the Holles (in Raines-lion colors).

The German-Busker write-up: "The earliest individual bearer of this name to be mentioned in ancient chronicles was Sifridus Buschelin of Speier is well as Cuentzlin in Busch of Wuerttenberg (1381)." SPEIER??? Not only was the German Hole/Halland clan first found in Baden, but I had traced (see "Forst" in the 1st update this month) the Spree>Spree bloodline from Forst of Lusatia to Forst in Baden-Wurttemberg.

AND not only do I trace Melusine of LUSIGnan to "Luzika" (German version of "Lusatia"), but Melusine's mother, Pressina, was identified (by me) as code for Prussia, a region that I say was named after a "Bruce" bloodline there.

The trace from Forst to Forst was via the bear-depicted Zahringen (Zah-RINGER?) family, and so see the bear (in the colors of the Macey and Mackays Coats that likewise use bears) as the symbol in the Arms of Buskerud. Note too while you're at that page that Buskerud is beside Oppland, the region ruled by the Halland-related Sinclair family. The Arms of Oppland is a flower (in the colors of the Yorkshire Busker Coat) called a "PULSatilla vernalis" (caps mine to show the Pole-like term).

This flower, of the buttercup family, might be double code, one for the Buttar/Bitar clan using a cross like the Sinclair cross. YES, for the Buttar Crest shows a strongarm with bow (Rothschild symbol), while the German Buskers use a bow in Bower colors (the latter clan uses five bunched arrows, the symbol of the Rothschilds).

THEN LOOK! The "Diriget" motto term of the Buttars/Bitars suggested the Norse god, Rig, and entering "Rigg," there was found, not only the Sinclair rooster, but gold rings on red (!!!), the color of the Ringerike Arms. It suggests that Ringers were from the Rig cult. (The Rigg motto: "Dum vivo cano.")

Let's go back, therefore, to the Yorkshire Buskers using a Swieto(slawa)-like motto term, and ask whether Buskers could be linked to Mieszko. Yes, if the German Buskers were also the Brushes, yes. This moreover tends to reveal that some Bruce elements, found in May to be of the Halland bloodline, were from the Mieszko>Swietoslawa bloodline. In the 1st update of this month: "Recall that Bruce elements seemed to be among the Halland bloodline. Here's the English Ring write-up: "Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Ringstead, held by Norman noble Roger de Evreux [that's a Bruce bloodline]..."

I've just entered "Ringer" to find the Ranger Coat shown above that does not come up at when entering "Ranger." It tends to verify what was already suspected, that the Raines elements of "Rainfrou" link to Ringerike and neighboring Halland, which then verifies further that Hallands and Speers were linked. I just didn't have the evidence, until now, that the Halland link to Speers was a Halland link to the Mieszko Poles.

In the Ringerike write-up" "The Norse form of the name was Hringaríki. The first element is (probably) the genitive plural of hringir, the name of an old Germanic tribe. The last element is ríki n 'kingdom, reich'." However, this recalls the Rich-surname topic linking to Richard I of Normandy, in who's company Olaf II, of the Halland bloodline and born in Ringerike, was in. This topic was also in the 1st update of June, where it was seen that the Richard clan (in Halland-of-Yorkshire colors) was first found in Yorkshire. The Richard motto term, "Amore," must be code for More, the region (I'm assuming in Oppland) ruled by Richard's ancestors.

The Rich topic (keeping Rig in mind) came up at all when it was discovered that the Franconian rake symbol (Franconia) was a "rechin" to the Germans, smacking of RAGNvald of More. The Rake Coat (engrailed black chevron like the engrailed Sinclair cross) smacks of the Raines (and Hull) Coat but even more so of the Ring Coat. The Rake-Coat description, "a chevron engrailed pean," suggests a look at the Pean Coat, which turns out to be the Coat of the Payens/Paians...whom I traced (1st update May) to the bloodline of MalaHule, Ragnvald's brother (see the "Malo mori" motto phrase of the Paines/Paynels, and note Balso D'EsPAINES/, Malahule's grandson).

The Paine Coat is smack like the Rick Coat. The Crest of the latter is the Busker-style griffin. The Rick write-up: "In this case the surname was originally derived from the Old English word risc which refers to those individuals who lived near the rushes." Ludicrous. It suggests instead linkage to the Risk/Ruskie surname (Coat similar to the Raines Coat).

There may be no fruit in attempting to trace the Rig term to ancient Greek entities, as it could be a form of "rex." One clue to tracing Rig, the entity, is his equation with the god, Heimdall, and do note that as the Sinclair line is thought to have been Danish yet living in Norway, so Rig, a Yngvi-branch peoples, was merged my marriage with Danes. Then note the foxes in the Swiss Heim/Heyme Coat, for it's fairly certain that Danes trace ultimately to the Samson Daniy via "the fox, Robert Guiscard.

On Heimdall, he appears to be a Halland entity:

In Norse mythology, Heimdallr is a god who possesses the resounding horn Gjallarhorn [Hall-like term], owns the golden-maned horse Gulltoppr [Hull-like term], has gold teeth, and is the son of Nine Mothers [looks like code for the nine Muses that were from HELLESpont]. Heimdallr is attested as possessing foreknowledge, keen eyesight and hearing, is described as "the whitest of the gods", and keeps watch for the onset of Ragnarok while drinking fine mead in his dwelling Himinbjorg, located where the burning rainbow bridge Bifrost [Forst elements?] meets heaven. Heimdallr is said to be the originator of social classes among mankind, once regained Freyja's [from Phryxus/Frixos, remember, brother of Helle-Hellespont] treasured possession Brísingamen while doing battle in the shape of a seal with Loki, and Heimdallr and Loki are foretold to kill one another during the events of Ragnarok. Heimdallr is additionally referred to as Hallinskiđi, Gullintanni [more Hall/Hull-like terms], and Vindler or Vindhler [Wends?].

The Wends/Vandals were from the Lusatia theater, keep in mind (i.e. probably links with the Spree/Forst entity of the Melusine cult). In golden-fleece myth, the Ares dragon that protected the fleece in Colchis had been from the teeth (depicted as seeds that grew another dragon) of the Ares dragon killed by Cadmus, the teeth of which were encoded as "Sparti." Remember, I trace "Speer," and therefore Spree and Halland elements, to "Sparta" and therefore to Helen and Menelaus (I trace "Luzike/Lusatia" to La(a)s, the Spartan city encoded as "MeneLaus").

"Galt" was entered as per the Gulltoppr term given to Heimdall as symbol, and another upright bear (in Hall and Hull colors), symbol of Buskerud, came up. The Galt surname is properly, Gall/Gault/Gauld (first found in Perthshire, where the same-colored Buttars/Bitars and Risks/Ruskies were first found). The clan is apparently named after Gauls. A Gall/Gaul Coat use the Sinclair rooster in the black color of the Rigg rooster, which now tends to prove that the Rig=Heimdall cult was from Hall roots in the Galli>Helen bloodline. It also tends to prove that the Sinclair rooster ("galina" in Italian) is a symbol for its Gaul/Gali side.

The ancient Galli transvestites (don't mean to demonize everyone with a Hall bloodline, of course) uses coiled serpents as symbol, and we see just that with Heimdall in the so-called "Gosforth Cross panel" (shown at Wikipedia's Heimdall article; the cross is a testament to the paganism that mixed with Christianity in the Norse world). The article also features a picture of a Gullinkambi cock on Heimdall's head.

Recall the red foxes of the Heim Coat, and my trace to the Samsam- and Timnah-named Saracens of Sicily. These Saracens are highly suspect as the "Moors" of the More-region Sinclairs. The point now is that scales are used in the Syre Coat. I'm assuming, therefore, that the Syre surname is from Seir of Edom, the place that I'm conjecturing was the root of SARacens. Syre variations include Sirois, Sire, and Syron, the latter smacking of the mythical Sirens...Muses near/on Sicily.

The Syre surname evokes Sigurd Syr of the Hole location at Ringerike. The Syre-surname description: anchor and scales with three panels at the top. It just so happens that when we enter "Panel," we get the Pagan(ell) surname (white tower as with the Syres), quite like the Payen/Pagan surname introduced above as per the Rig-suspect Rake surname.

The Pagan(ell) Coat has the look of the Gall/Gaul Coat, to no surprise, which is also the look of the Arms of Burgundy, which I'm mentioning because I suspect that the Sinclair Gauls under discussion trace to the Bellamy lines -- from the Bellovesus Gauls -- of the Burgundy theater. Entering "Label" as per the Pagan(ell) "label" symbol brings up the French Bel(ls)/Bailes, in Bellamy colors.

Payens/Pagans (also in Bell and Bellamy colors) were first found in Dauphine, what was downtown Bellovesus-ville. The laurel branches used in the Ringer/Ranger Crest must therefore be a symbol of Daphne's cult in Dauphine.

The bell in the Bell Coat should be the same as the bell in the Ringer/Ranger Coat, and then, as per the fact that Ringers/Rangers were first found in Nottingham -- named after Cnut -- it stands to reason that Ringers were from Sigrid/Swietoslawa (daughter of Mieszko). Place your bets on whether Sigurd Syr was an Edomite entity amongst the Piast Poles. And place another bet on whether "Sigur(d)" was a variation of "Syr."

Earlier, the Swietoslawa-like motto term of the Buskers was evidence of a link to the same Mieszko bloodline, and it can't be coincidental that Buskerud is the region wherein Ringerike is found.

Where the ring symbol is one of the Illuminati, I would guess that this Ringerike family has been the hub. Will it also act as the axle of the anti-Christ's chariot wheel? French Rangers (in Payen colors) were first in ChamPAYNE, where Hugh de Payen was sticking his crooked Templar nose, and it's known that Templars were primarily Franks (includes Flemings) and Normans. Therefore, here we have the relationship at the Ringer axle and hub.

Thank you Tim for a small tip leading to a fruitful discussion.

But there is more, not forgetting that Tim was one of three readers to finally get me on an Edom track in the days when I was resisting. There is a Seer/Sear surname, first found in Essex, where the Ringer/Ranger/Rainger clan (this one shows no Coat) was first found. The Seers/Sears were from Serez, Normandy. Their motto term is like that of the Richard motto, and the Seers/Sears use stars in Gall/Cole/Aul-star (and Cauley/Auley-star) colors, mentioned as per the Seer/Sears write-up:

First found in Essex where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor of COLchester [caps mine, this city was also the Camulodunum of king Cole] from very ancient times...

There's a good chance that the goat in German Reichhart/Richard Coats is code for the Baphomet cult out of Africa. There is hardly a doubt in my mind that, because the Baphomet cult was a Templar one, it should have entered Europe with the Moors merged with the Sinclair and/or Halland Rus. Having said that, see that the Ricky/Ricker/Richers Coat uses the Moor/More stars, not forgetting that the Moor head and "Duris" motto term of the latter clan was traced to the Tuareg Amazons/Berbers.

Tim did a search for clans using the "deum" motto term and came up with three clans all registering the Cockile surname. The English Cockile Coat (using what I think is the black Mieske bull) is the one using "Deum Cole," and the surname is properly Cole/Coal. We can assume that the Cowell surname (spurs in Speer colors), using "Cole Deum" as the entire motto, is related. Cowell variations include Coul and Cull.

The point is, the Irish Cockiles are properly Coyles/Coils, and the Cowell/Coul surname also comes up when entering "Cockile." That's three Cole-like clans all having "Cockile" registered as variations. It can make one suspect that the cock/rooster symbol of the Sinclairs is for the Cole bloodline. This does not contradict the trace of the Sinclair rooster to certain Gauls, for it's been satisfactorily shown that Cauleys (who look like Gauls) and Coles are one stock.

What this reveals is that Kyles and Coles were likewise Gauls, and that Kyle and Coles were linked to the Sinclair Rus. That latter idea was made manifest where a certain Moray Coat, no longer shown at, uses a "Deum time" motto. Moreover, akin to the book in the Cowley/Coul Crest, that Moray Crest used a scroll. Also, as it seems certain by now that the Cowleys/Couls were of moray elements, the Cowley/Coul spurs are likely those of the Dingals ("Deo" motto term) from neighboring Ross-shire.

The question on Tim's mind is whether the "deum" term is code for Edom(ites). He happened to find the term used also by the McWherters, the Coat is which uses a coiled serpent, the symbol of the Galli way back in the Kabeiri cult. The McWherter symbol, which looks like two serpents around a rod, is officially an esculapius rod on a red canton (mythical Asclepius was an owl cult, probably related to the Edomite owl cult). The Kyles also use a serpent entwined around a "rod" (an anchor in this case).

The harp/lyre in the (Mc)Wherter Crest uses NINE strings, and is almost-certainly a code for mythical king Lear. The following explains why I now think this.

As soon as i saw the McwHERTer surname, I saw a Herod-like term buried within it (I don't know whether Tim sent this one for that reason). I entered "Herter" to investigate, and there was a Coat with gold symbol on green Shield, just like the Herod/Hurl Coat. MOREOVER, German Herters/Hertens use a Shield split in half horizontally, just like the McWherters!

But the best is yet to come in this paragraph, for as the Herods and a slew of Hurl-like surnames are included as Mcleod septs, let me repeat that another Mcleod sept is the Lure surname, for the Herod/Hurl Crest uses a so-called "hawk's lure." But we also see "Lire," "Lere," and "Alleer" at the Mcleod page. That clinches the Wherter link to the Herod sept of McLeods, suggesting that in very fact the "Deum" term of the Wherters is code for Edom.

We have seen many towers in heraldry, but rarely a DOMed tower, yet that is exactly the description of the Lure/Cloor-Crest tower. Moreover, the Crest is "A domed tower flying a flag on which there is a rose," while the McLeod Coat itself uses red flags...between a black bull head.

Note how "Cloor" smacks of "Clare." The Lure/Cloor star is in the gold-on-blue colors of the More/Moor star, assuring all the more that the clan was linked to Sinclairs/Clares. Again, the Ricky/Ricker/Richers Coat uses stars in the same colors while the Ricker Coat uses an "amore" motto term. Both the Rickers and Lures/Cloors use a blue-on-white chevron (Macey and Mackay symbol), while the Lures use their chevron in engrailed fashion like the Sinclair cross. What this suggests is that king Lear, and possibly the Irish lyre symbol, was a Clare-viking thing.

Recalling the scroll of the Moray Crest, why is the symbol of the Herod/Hurl-Coat so reflective of a scroll? A secondary answer is because of the Edomite blood of the Sinclair Rus, tracing back to Horites of Seir. That's been the overwhelming evidence in many ways. The other Moray Crest uses Melusine, and as we saw that she was code for Speers of an Anjou-Lusignan merger, as per the era immediately preceding, and including, the Fulks of Anjou, I don't think it's coincidental that the split Shield was identified fundamentally with the Norfolk Fulkes (Seir-like motto term), for the Herters, who in Germany use a split Shield (in Lure colors), were first in Norfolk. Moreover, both the Lures and the Wherters (not to mention Kyles) were first in Ayrshire.

It was near the time when i first started seeking Edomite elements western Europe that I found them in Ayrshire (very tentative at that time). In fact, it included the Kyles even back then (perhaps two years ago). I reasoned that, as the Arms of Ayrshire use a "Shaw" motto term, that Ayrshire linked to the Hagars of Perthshire, where grail-using Shaws were first found. That is, compare "Hagar" with "Ay(e)r," and if you don't know, Hagar was the mother of the Ishmael, and, according to the Bible, Ishmaelites had merged with the Edomite bloodline of Esau. See the spur in the Aye(r)/Hayer Crest.

The Ayr-colored Ashmoles use a BLACK greyhound, perhaps hint that Ishmaelites were from the Graeae Amazons of north-Africa (it is amongst these Amazons that the Boofima-Baphomet cult is expected) It's not likely coincidental that Ashes (RED cockatrice) were of D'Esse." The "Duce" motto term of the German Ashes looks like code for D'esse, and then, when we enter "Duce," we find a clan first found in Staffordshire, where Ashmoles were first found! Interestingly, the Mol(l)e/Moll Crest uses a RED phoenix rising from the flames. The Mol(l)e Coat uses stars in Moray-star colors, and meanwhile the clan was from Morebattle (Roxburghshire).

What the paragraph above suggests is that Esau-Ishmael bloodlines include Duce-like clans such as Dukes (ring-like symbol) and Doaks/Doags (the latter were first in Perthshire). Then, as the Duces use the Kent-surname lion, the Tooks/Tokes/Tolkiens (first found in Kent) could apply to the Esau-Ishmael bloodline. The Teague Shield (looks related to Tokers) is not only much like the Took/Toke Coat, but Teagues are shown as a sept of McLeods, making it all the more certain that McLeods were themselves heavily Edomite. The McLeod septs, though showing none with "Ash," show many terms starting with "As(s)." We see the Askals too, smacking of mythical "Asclepios."

The Caige surname is not only shown as a Teague variation, but it too is listed as McLeod sept. As strange as it may sound, the Caiges are suspect as a variation of "Esau." We see a Caish variation and son Cas terms in the list that smack of Ash/Cash," if that helps to link to the "d'Esse" location of the Ashes.

The German Ashes use a triple chevron in colors reversed to the Water Coat (Clares use the same triple chevron in red), which is mentioned, not only because "Water" is a shown variation of the Herter-like Wherters, but because the Waters were first in Esse-like Essex (COLchester is in Essex). By some coincidence, or by some deliberate disguise, Essex may have been named after Esau elements, especially from Hesse.

The Churten variation of the Wherters, and the stated derivation of the clan from "Cruiteir," suggests the Curetes of Crete. This does not necessarily deny a Wherter-term trace to "Herod," for "Crete" may have been a hard-C version of such Herod-like terms as "Rhode" and/or "Hros/Horus." The Telchines of Rhodes were on Crete, and, often, Telchines and Curetes were equated by ancient writers. The Telchine-like Tolkien surname may be registered under the Took/Toke clan just because Esau-ites were heavily infested at RED-depicted Rhodes.

The Curtain and Chart/Chard clans (i.e. like "Churten") both use blue-on-white chevrons. The Chart/Chard partridges (ancient symbol of Perdix) were traced to Perdix, a cousin (so to speak) of the DaeDALUS cult of Crete. However, Perdix was also "TALUS," smacking of Telchine stock. I traced "PERDix" tentatively to "Perth(shire)." The red-Shielded Parts/Parrots (pears) and the same-colored Pears/Perles (leopards, Rhodes-surname symbol, delegated symbol likely of NimROD) are suspect as other Perdix-cult clans. Have you ever heard the code, "partridge in a pear tree"?

The Arthur Coat is in the same gold-on-red colors. It uses so-called "hurts"' (and "clarions" according to others, symbol for Clares); while this reveals the Hurt surname as an Art(hur) branch, it moreover suggests that Arthurs were likewise Edomite elements (no new idea here). The Norfolk Herters use "two shepherd's crooks between four goats" as play-on the herd theme to which it erroneously links its surname. The use of the goats can be further clue to Baphomet roots...since after all the Baphomet cult is now suspect among the Moor elements of the Sinclair Rus.

I don't think it's coincidental that the German Hard(t)/Hert Coat uses nothing but a RED stag (the Hertford surname, first found in Hertsfordshire, uses stag heads on a red Shield, and a Coat like that of the Arthur Coat). The Hurt clan uses a stag in Crest...AND THE POINT IS: the stag was a symbol of the Nimrod bloodline (proto-Boofima>Baphomet cult) to which the Hungarian Arpads traced themselves. As the proto-Boofima cult was identified earlier this month with the golden-fleece bloodline, the stag in the Dingal Crest should be mentioned because the Dingall Coat uses a gold fleece.

I've mentioned a few times that Scottish Herts/Hearts (RED trefoil centrally) use a Coat in the gold-on-green of the Herod/Hurl Coat, but now we can add that these are the colors of the goat-using Herters too! We can be confident that this goat traces back to Horites of Seir.

The Herter "crooks" seem like code for the Carricks (BLACK talbots) and related Kerricks (BLACK caltrops) that I tentatively trace to a hard-C "Sarac(en)." The Presley Coat uses the Kerrick symbol, essentially, and the Presley Crest is, like the Ash Crest, is a RED cockatrice. The latter symbol is a wyvern dragon but with a cock slant...likely for the same cock theme as the Cockily/Cole/Kyle clans.

The Drake Coat's red wyvern looks like it comes with three 6's in the loops of its tail. I hadn't mentioned it a few weeks ago (second update in May) when De Vere von Drakenberg's "Royal Dragon Court" was being suggested as part of the False-Prophet cult. The German location of Drakenburg (with a 'u') uses a dragon with a looped tail too, but note how it's fashioned as a fish tail, like that of Melusine (she was portrayed with either a dragon or fish tail). The Drakenburg article above barely says a thing. The location is near Holstein, the Holle-cult theater.

I kid you not that the Drakenberg topic came up immediately after the Hert and Hertford stags while I did not have the following in mind, which I happened to stumble upon seeking whether it's "Drakenberg" or "Drakenburg": "Prince Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg In the first few years of his life, Nicholas de Vere was raised in the Hertfordshire countryside." If I had read that before, I had forgotten. I had no idea above that Nicholas was from Hertfordshire.

As per possible Chemmite links, I should record the next sentence: "At the age of seven, Nicholas' family moved to the remote outskirts of the Kentish village of Kemsing," That location is much like the Kemmis surname, which is also the spelling of the Chemmite capital in ancient Egypt. The Uat/Buto cult of the Chemmites evolved into those who honored Latona, mother of Apollo, and we saw (first update this month) that Apollo was the foundation of the Marsyas goat cult that I identified as proto-Boofima. The article above then says:

On Midsummer’s night, 1985 Nicholas’ skill in and knowledge of magic was acknowledged. His family’s hereditary involvement in royal witchcraft and the Dragon tradition was recognized by the Black Country Covenant of the Baphometic Order of the Cubic Stone. He was bestowed with the highest accolade of the covenant: that of Magister Templi. The Order traced its origins back to the Knights Templars and Nicholas was able to use his investiture as an invocational key in the pursuit of deeper, unwritten knowledge.

"Unwritten" was a tactic of the Bavarian Illuminati, but we can expect it of any group employing illegal and undesirable leanings.

There was an apparent schism, for we read: "Today, Nicholas de Vere is the sovereign of the Dragon Court of the Royal House of Vere." At another webpage, that of "The Ancient and Sovereign DragonCourt and Order" (this is where de-Vere is "prince"), we read that it's NOT "Recognized by the Official Imperial and Royal Dragon Court!!!" The page of the Ancient and Sovereign DragonCourt and Order shows a red wyvern (Drake-surname symbol) on one Coat, and in another there are three frogs on what should be the Alan (proto-Stewart) Shield. We read: "The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court is a closed fraternity of individuals, fronted by those who trace their ancestry and affiliations back to the ancient Grail and Dragon families."

The Froggat surname uses three frogs in the same fashion. The Crest is a parrot with cherry. The Cherry surname was first found in Derby, while the Froggats were first found in its Derbyshire.

These are the warlocks who promote a Jesus marriage to Magdalene. These are the stupids (they show no fear of damnation) who wish to spoil Faith in Christ. These are the stupids who put foot and soul into a trap in self-destruction. It is for stupids such as these that I, once a stupid myself, write on the dragon cult. I'm a wake-up call to the stupids. There isn't much time left to get it right: fear, respect, and worship the Creator, the God of Israel, the God that despises Baal and all the others, the God who despises hypocritical rulers. A hypocrite is one who plots self-gain secretly while creating a public facade of righteousness and goodness.

When i traced the grail cult to that Laurie surname and therefore to Lorraine, I did not have the following evidence: "The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court is the ancient Household Court and Order of the senior Angevin descendants of the Imperial and Royal House of Vere of Caledonia, Anjou and Lorraine, and the physical embodiment of the Sovereign Princedom of Drakenberg; which is recognised under European Law as a sovereign ethnic racial group; the principle nation state of the Draconian peoples." Then we find the cult tracing itself to Chemmite-like terms: "...Enki and the Anunnaki, the Sons of God, and as Sanat Kumara and the Kumaras, founders of the Great White Brotherhood." This "white brotherhood" recalls that Nahorites were linked fundamentally (by me) to Alan Huns.

Recently, mythical Helen, even mythical Helle, sister of Phryxus, has been a topic. I identify the latter with Phrygians=frogs, making the three frogs on the Alan Shield very Phryxus-and-Helen reflective.

In the top-right of the webpage, note that Moray-colored stars are placed centrally in one Arms (see them also in the Weir Coat). The stars are white, just like the so-called "Vere star," the color of Aryanism, and yet they trace themselves (I'm sure) to Aryans of north Africa.

Beware surfing for more info on Drakenberg, as some offerings could get their spyware installed on your computer. You would be safer by removing certain personal info from your computer.

A related webpage shows via carefully-fashioned words that this group is interested in installing certain royal blood on the throne of the world "[Our Drakenberg cult] is a Blood Nation and one of its aims is to restore the true nature and etymology of 'kingship' and 'royalty' to their proper historical and contemporary context, as essential visionary, spiritual and compassionate components in society...Furthermore, there can only be one form of 'sovereignty', and that is Dragon Sovereignty."

Sounds like a global anti-Christ nation, does it not?

The same Moray-star logo used by the Weirs/Veres is used by the logo of Sean Hannity (Fox news channel), and the Hannity Coat (surname from Hainton, Lincolnshire) uses BLACK greyhounds too, as well as leopards. As per a proposed NimROD trace to "Rhodes," Sean Hannity happens to be married to a Rhodes surname (which also uses a leopard).

Back now to the Drakenburg location in Germany. It's not far from where the Varni proto-Saxons were first found. It's in Lower Saxony's Neinburg/Weser district, wherefore "Nein" was entered to find the Niven/Nifen Moray-star colors. As per the fundamental link of Anjou Veres and Speers that has been recently made, I note the "Vivis sperandum" motto of the Nevins/Nifens (evokes the Nibelungs that I link to the Varni>Varangians and to the Frisian frogs). This clan uses a palm branch, what I suspect is code for the palm of the hand and therefore of the Hand surname (stag again, blue chevron) and it's related clans such as Hannas (blue stags) and Hannibals (stag again). The latter were first in Norfolk, where the bloodlines of the Anjou rulers settled.

The blue dragon in the Neinburg Arms could explain the blue color of the Vere boar. The Hannity leopards are blue. All this blue has got to be the so-called "blue blood" theme. The blue-on-white chevron of the Hands is used also by the Lures, first found in Ayrshire, as with the Neins/Nevins. The latter's "Vivis" term is suspect as the Vey/Vivian bloodline to the Morgan-le=Fay witchcraft-cult of Bute (offshore of Ayrshire).

As per the suspected trace of Drakenberg to Chemmites, who I say were named after Kemuel (son of Nahor), there is a HAMELhausen location in Neinburg (I link "Hamil(ton)/Hamel(ton)" to "Kemuel"). The Hamilton Coat uses cinquefoils in the white-on-red of the Neinburg chief ("horses on piles"), The Hamilton colors are also those of the Speers who, as with Hamiltons, were first found in Renfrewshire. The Campbells/CAMMELs were first in neighboring Argyllshire, and I trace them to the king-Cole cult at CAMULOdunum (suspect as a Kemuel-bloodline entity). Kyles (who claim to be named after king Cole) are likewise of Ayrshire and should therefore have links to Neinburg and/or Hamelhausen.

If you're doubting the Nien/Niven-surname link to Neinburg, note that the Nein/Niven Shield is used by the French Hamel Coat (both moreover use crescents, the Speer symbol). Irish Ham(m)els use the same white-on-blue colors...and a leopard in Crest! It's exactly the Rhode-leopard design.

It can't be coincidental that Dutch Hamels use a goat! That tends to link Hamels, and Hamelhausen, fundamentally to the Boofima>Baphomet cult.

Some related points can be made from the Scottish Hamel Coat. It uses the Bellamy Shield (and a crescent, as with the Bellamy Coat), wherefore the Massey bloodline is up-front here, which I trace to Messina and further back to north-African Amazons. I say Messina because that's where the Ali clan was first found that I trace to the Halls and/or Hallands (the latter were fundamentally linked to Campbells/Cammels). The Scottish Ham(m)el Coat uses what I think is a version of the Ali griffin. Long before making the Ali links to Hallands, I had traced them to the Alice/Alis names of the Yorkshire Skiptons, but then it was found that the Hallam/Halland surname (blue lion) was first found in Yorkshire. In the Scottish-Hamel write-up, we see names such as Ranulf (it was Ranulf le Meschin's line that merged with Skiptons and named their daughters, Alis) and Turston. The latter name was recently traced to the Norwegian Halland line, but suspected to be from the Tuareg Amazons (north Africa). The Thurston/Turstin surname uses an "Esse" motto term.

Julie has been pressing me to investigate the Silures of Wales as potential Boofima-cult peoples. I happened to open yet another email of hers (to that effect) the night before what's now being written on Drakenberg's potential links to Chemmites/Nahorites. I did not at all have Julie's Silure topic in mind as I wrote, but then happened to see the Silver Coat...using the "kettle hats" (otherwise called "vair") in the same colors as the Kemmis Coat!

The Silver Coat had been checked due to the Silurian capital, Venta SILVRvm, suggesting that "Silure" may have been from, or at least evolved into, Silv entities. At the webpage above, my direction was toward the Marsyas goat cult (linked anciently to Silenos-goat cults) that I had traced to MERlin of south Wales. The Silures happened to be in south Wales, and they are near CARDiff of GlaMORGAN/Morgannwg, a likely Moor location that I traced in-part to CARTHaginians (the Cardiff surname uses black Moor heads).

I traced "CarDIFF" (named in-part after the Taff river) to the Daphne cult in the Safini/Sabines of Abruzzo, where the Marsi were located whom I identify with Marsyas. The Silures article places them on the Severn river, also called the Sabrina, you see. Another of the Silures-related rivers was the Afoni (Aventio), smacking of "Saphon," the sacred mountain of Baal (Syria theater) to which I trace "Daphne" (she had a nearby city Daphne) before one of her branches evolved into the Safini.

I had written Julie just before coming to this article. I was telling her that the Silures could link to the Salyes Ligurians that I say named Salop (Welsh border). Then, in the article I found that Silures were also on the Leuca/Loughor river, and that there was a related Roman fort in Glamorgan named Leucarum/Loughor.

I identify the Marsi of Abruzzo with the god, Mars, who was ancestral to Romans. But as a certain Silva Rhea entity was also ancestral to Romans, I traced the Marsi to the Mures river in TranSYLVania. Julie had been asking me whether I knew of any leopard links to the Silures. Amazingly, the Drakenberg Veres trace the leopard to Transylvania, and now it seems ever certain that it was that of a Moor-related Mures-river bloodline. We know that it was the bloodline ancestral to Hungarian Arpads just because Arpads trace to the Nimrod cult.

AMAZINGLY, the Silver surname was first found in HERTfordshire, the place where Nicholas de Vere grew up!!!

As we have seen much white-on-blue (Moray-star colors) in the Drakenburg/Drakenberg discussion, and plenty of crescents too, note the white-on-blue crescent (that's all there is) in the German Silver Coat. The surname was first found in Hesse!! REMEMBER, the Ash surname of D'Esse uses a red cockatrice much like the red Drake(nberg) wyvern.

THEN LOOK!! The German Ash Coat (Vere-suspect motto term) uses a triple chevron in colors reversed to the triple chevron of the Silly/Sully Coat!!! The Sillys/Sullys were first found in Daphne-like Devon, beside the Savones/Saf(f)ins (Somerset) who use crescents in Silver-crescent colors!!!!

Julie, who very much seeks the truth concerning the grail king, Parzival, and his son, Lohengrin the swan knight, would like to know that the Siller/Seller/Celler Coat uses both grails and a swan. That is strong evidence for a Silurian trace to swan-depicted Ligurians (I say they were at swan-like Savona, the Ligurian capital).

This recalls the Kelners/Kellers because they use a key in colors reversed to the Italian Sheaves/Shaves and Chavez key while "Sheaves" is a variation of the Shaws, the Scottish branch of which uses grails in Kelner/Keller-key colors. In this picture, "Keller" was a modification of the Salyes>Silurian line.

The "Vincit" motto term of the English Shaws should be the grail link of Leonardo da Vinci, but it's hardly to a Jesus-and-Magdalene bloodline. Rather, it's to the Gorgon-rooted Ligurians.

The Vere dragon traces to Merlin the warlock, and to his relations with Silures. No one, therefore, can trust anything that the Veres claim online, for warlocks and deception go hand-in-hand. Satanism is all smoke and mirrors, the creation of an image that isn't true in the real world.

Recall the quote above on the Drakenberg cult, that it was special to Anjou and Lorraine (the Laurie Coat uses a laurel branch -- Daphne symbol-- inside a grail), but also to the Caledonians. In one myth at least, Merlin lamented the plight of Caledonians in warfare, which can only mean that he was related to them.

The Silk/Silcock Coat use a white greyhound, all the more reason to trace Silurians to the Aryan Graeae Amazons (north Africa). Silks/SilCOCKs were first found in Derbyshire, while the Ash/Esse write-up (the one using a COCKatrice) tells of their ash location in Derbyshire. I now recall that I trace Derbyshire (using a stag in its Arms) to Traby elements in Polabia, where the Varni had lived. The frog-using Froggats were first in Derbyshire too.

The Silk term was entered when seeing the following attempt to define "Silure":: "Latin silex, silicis - pebble, flint; boulder, stone. Also modern English silicate - a class of minerals which constitute a large proportion of the Earth's solid crust, such as quartz and cristobalite." This recalls Julie's identification of the grail cult with pebbles/stones as they apply to an Alan-Hun bloodline (see last update for details on that). However, I do not think that Silures or their ancestors were truly named after "silix/silicus," but rather after "Sol," who was Helios (an Alan peoples, says me).

As the Welsh trace themselves to Cimmerians, note the Kamiros location (personified as the grandson of Helios) on Rhodes. The Kimera dragon, with goat's head growing from it's back/shoulder, was in the Rhodes theater, defeated there by the proto-Bellamy/Massey bloodline. Continental Rhodes was Caria, making very conspicuous the fact that the Silurian capital was also called, Caerwent. This trace to the Rhodian theater not only explains why the Welsh dragon is red, but also suggests that Wales was an Edomite-infested area.

When I read of the Snowdonia location of Wales in the Silurian article, Groucho Marx came to mind, at which point I saw his Marsi-like surname. THEN, checking out the Snowdon Coat, a Shield was found matching that of the Moor/More Coat, and to solidify ties back to the Marsi of the Sabines, the Snowdon Coat uses red scallops, the color of the Sabine/Savona scallop!

The Snow Coat (antelopes, the Derby/Darby-Crest symbol) gets us back to the Hamel bloodline, for while the gold-on-blue stars of the Snowdons are used also by the French Hamels, the Snow Shield reminded me of both the French and Irish Hamel Shields. I might not have mentioned this skimpy evidence for a Snow(don) link to Hamels had not the Snow surname been first found in Rutland, for that location is part of the greater Leicester area while the very cinquefoil in the Arms of Leicester is used by the Hamilton/Hamelton Coat!!!

I've just learned that Snowdonia is "Eryri" to the Welsh, a red term smacking of ancient Erytheia, the place that Geryon lived with his multi-headed dog, Orthos (the latter smacks of the Ordovices of Wales). Hercules in a cup-shaped ship of Helios sailed to Erytheia, which I identified as Erethlyn...smack to the north side of Snowdonia!

Snowdonia was home to Ordovices: "The Ordovices tribe inhabited mainly south Gwynedd and south Clwyd, apparently including parts of western Shropshire and Hereford & Worcester." To this statement, I have two points: 1) Herefordshire was the place where the Silk-like Sellick/Selioc surname was first found, and, 2) Salop is where I trace Salyes Ligurians.

The apparent trace now of the Sellicks to Silures does not necessarily contradict my trace of Sellicks to Silesia's Seleucid bloodline, for I trace "Seleucus" tentatively to "Telchis/Telchine" (Rhodes). PLUS, mythical Telchis was originally from SICYON, while the Ordovices were in SEGONtium, named by the Segonti tribe.

The Sellick Chief is apparently used by the Silvan/Salvin Chief.

The Ordovices article has a Salway term, and checking, the Salway Crest is a Moor. The Salway Coat is a saltire, an heraldic symbol that I trace to the Sallete variation of the Sales surname. The Salway description seems filled with code: "A demi Moor, wreathed about the temples, a belt from the left shoulder to the right hip." The Temple surname was first in Cheshire.

In the Temple write-up: "He left issue, Algar, Earl of Mercia [I trace Mercia to the Marsi] and East Anglia, and the son Henry who obtained land from Robert, Earl of Leicester in the form of the Manor of Temple in Leicestershire." I'm quoting that as per the Hamilton cinquefoil linking to Leicester, for French Temples use the gold-on-blue stars used also by French Hamels. We thereby find more Sil/Sal links to Drakenburg-region elements.

Both Temples and Salways are in the black-and-gold colors of the Selby Coat, where we find an Aryan Moor head in the Crest, called "A Saracen's head proper." Not forgetting that Drakenburg is in Lower Saxony, the Selby Coat looks like the Arms of Saxony. Plus, as the so-called "Saxon horse" is a white one, recall the white horse in the Neinburg chief, and that the latter's horses are said to be drawn with piles, for piles were/are the symbol of the Saracen-related Guiscards.

As its suspected that Nimrod-honoring elements led to the Templar Rus, and as Guiscard was a major faction of Templar-Rus lines, note the cinquefoils in the Nimo/Newmarch Coat, for cinquefoils were the symbol also of the Tancred-Tankerville ancestry of the Guiscards. Moreover, the Nimo/Newmarch surname was first found in Stirlingshire, where the Guiscard/Wishart surname was first found. I've known about the Nimo surname for some years, and wasn't able to understand why it has a Marsh/March variation. But as Nimrod elements were just traced to Marsyas and then to the Marsi, I would say that the Nimo surname was in honor of Nimrod, especially as the Guiscard motto includes, "Mercy."

Now look at the colors and the lion head of the Marsh Coat, and compare with the Neim/Neme Coat. As it's suspected that Nimrod elements led to the Rus of southern France, and as principal Redones there jumped over to Lincolnshire, note the Neim/Neme surname was first found in Lincolnshire.

As the Neims/Neems show a Name variation, it was entered to find a stag and a red-on-white chevron, the symbol of the Tancred Coat. Entering "Nam" brings up the Niven Coat shown earlier, discovered in the first place by entering (Neim-like) "Nein." It only strikes me now that the Nevin surname is said to be derived from the Gaelic, "Naoimhin." Entering "Naom" brings up the Neim/Neem Coat.

The Guiscard/Wishart piles are much like the piles in the Pile Coat, and the latter (in the colors of the French Hamels/Temples) uses a leopard! Piles and Selbys were both first found in Northumberland, the region where Mercians lived, and where the Mersey river flows to Merseyside (Cheshire theater). The French Marsay surname, also in gold and black, is registered with the Marseille surname, tending to support a Marseille (the city) trace to the Marsi.

The Mersey river flows to the shore overlooking the sea-bound Wirral peninsula (the Wirral surname uses gold cups), where an important Moreton region is found that contains a Bellow location. As Moreton is a Moor-based location, likely, it's likely Boofima-important that one of the Moreton Coats uses goats. What I'm suggesting is that MERSEYside was a MARSYas-goat bloodline and that its goat symbol was passed on to the Moreton/Moorton clan (one of the clans was first found in Cheshire).

Wikipedia's Silures article has info on Calleva Atrebatum also known as Silchester. Remember here that Atrebates are from the golden-fleece line of Atreus, and that the golden-fleece Phrygians were connected (last update) to the Asopus river flowing past Sicyon. Silchester is in Hampshire, where the Hants location is found, though the Hants/Hand surname was first found in Cheshire, where the Sales -- from Salyes Ligurians -- were first found. Clicking over to the Calleva Atrebatum article, we see swastika-like artwork...which may link to the de-Vere Aryans (since after all the Silures appear to link to Drakenburg elements).

It's interesting how the last two paragraphs come back-to-back, for as the Bellow location was linked (by me) to Bellovesus (ruler of Gauls), I had traced his brother, SEGOvesus, very solidly to "Sicyon." Sicyon had been depicted by mythical SISYphus, a son of Aeolus (think Helen>Gaul line) and Enarete. I trace the latter to "Nerthus," mother-nature goddess of the Varni.

Recalling that Marsyas was also the golden-fleece (= sheep) cult, we would expect to find sheep in this Moreton part of the investigation. The Bellow location became a topic only because I had stressed the Bellow surname, which was itself a topic only when I found the so-called "bellow" symbol if the Shipton Coat. The Shipton write=up: "The name Shipton derives from the Old English words scip, meaning sheep..."

Let me repeat, that as the Shipton Crest is an eel, it is likely code for the Ali bloodline out of Messina (I had traced the Ali family to the nearby "Aeolus" islands), the same that I trace to the Alis/Alice names of the Skiptons (compare "Skipton" to scip-derived "Shipton"). Entering Sheep gets a Shipman surname so that, apparently, the Ship and Skip surnames derived in "sheep."

In order to substantiate a trace of this clan to the Boofima leopard symbol, it just so happens that the Sheep Crest is "A leopard with its paw on a ship's rudder. The rudder code suggests "red," and not only the Sheep Shield, but the Rudder/Rutter Shield, is red. The Rudders/Rutters were first found in Cheshire so that they are likely the representation of the Sheep/Shipton rudder term. Their "amor" motto term smacks of the Moors, but then it recalls the recent merger of Hellespont Muses/Amazons to the Myrina-cult Amorites...who did find their way to western north Africa, where the Moors or Moreton-like Mauritanians live to this day. It also recalls the realization that "Myrina" and "Marsyas" were both from the Marmara region beside Hellespont.

If you catch my western drift, the Boofima cult once again looks as though it were from the Amorite side of the African Amazons. And to this I'll add that the Amorites of the Thermodon region (the same region to which I trace the Welsh Ordovices) were traced to the Khaldi, for I trace the Khaldi to the Scottish CALEDonians, friends of the MERlin (Mars line?) cult.

I've known for years that entering "Marina" brings up a Spanish clan (though I never thought to trace the clan to mythical Myrina) showing a Morino variation, while entering "Moreno" (smacking of the dark so-called Merino sheep) brings up the Moratin tower...that I trace to the Tuareg Amazons of the Atlas region...exactly where mythical Myrina ruled.

Down the page you can see two green fish tails in the Arms of Merseyville, one of them on the body of a horse. Then, in the Sheep/Shipton Coat, its black roundels are called "coins," while entering "Coin" brings up a Cohen/Coyne clan using a green-tailed seahorse.

Such tails are used also in Welsh Arms (for example, the Coin/Cohen-colored MERik surname), and then we find that the Sheeps/Shiptons were first found in Herefordshire...on the Wales (and Shropshire) border. The Meriks are thought by some to have named America (as per the Welshman, Richard Amerike), and indeed the Meriks are in Moray-star colors (i.e. as per the stars on the American flag) and even smack of "Moray."

Like the Sheeps/Shiptons, English Lacys use black roundels (though they call theirs "pellets"). This is not coincidental because both Irish Lacys ("Meritas" motto term) and Skiptons use purple lions while the English Lacys were first found, as with Skiptons, in Yorkshire. I'm assuming that the Sheeps/Shiptons were from "scip," said to mean, sheep.

It's then pebble-interesting that the Shephard/Shippert surname was first found in Peebles. The Crest uses "A silver ram passant between two laurel branches."

The "herd" ending on the last clan evokes the Herts, Herds et-all that could link to "Herod" elements, especially recalling the Hertons that use goats and Herod/Hurl colors. The Hortons (smack of Horites) use a spear with a purplish dolphin (Daphne had both a laurel and dolphin for symbols), and were first found in Yorkshire, suggesting links to the purple Skiptons. The Horton stag should therefore connect to the stag representing the Nimrod cult, and to the stags of the Annes/Hannes and Annabels/Hannibal (both of Yorkshire). German Herds also use a (red) stag.

The Horton dolphin can be traced easily to a Rus bloodline in that it's used by the Reagan surname (I'm assuming links to "Ragnvald")...but the same design is used by MARleys from ArMORICa.

The Morleys/Moorleys? Leopards! They (in Marley colors) were first found in Lancashire, where the Mersey river flows. The Mersey separates Cheshire from Lancashire, wherefore note that Marleys (Meschin-like Coat) were first found in Cheshire.

The evidence is overwhelming that Marsyas-like surnames and places use goats and sheep/rams. The Italian Martins use rams/goats, and the French Mar(re)s/Mores/Maures are said to be derived in "ram" (not likely, but the ram theme seems correct in a gold-fleece capacity). I think the English Martin Crest is a leopard. I've known much of this in the past, but it had never dawned on me that the common threads (leopards, sheep, goats, stags, witchcraft themes like Merlin), were all evidence of Baphomet elements. Whether she knows it or not, I think Julie persisted in my email life for years because God wanted her to tip us off at this time. She has been pivotal in many ways in a short period of time, making quicker work of my hunt.

Entering "Mercy" or "Mersey" brings up r-less Meyseys/Maisies. Entering an r-less "Mash" brings up the Marsh surname...mentioned above and linked to the Guiscards who use a "Mercy" motto term. The Mercy/Mersey=Meysey/Maisie Crest uses a dragon in blue and gold, the colors, not only of the French Massey/Messier Coat, not only of the Mash/Marsh Coat, but of the Massey/Messier-like Merlin Coat.

I'm not suggesting that Mercy-like and Massey-like clans were one, but rather that they were two merged entities, one from Mysians and the other from Marmara ("sea of Mars") in Mysia.

The Mashes/Marshes (not forgetting the Nimos/NewMARSHES that were just linked solidly to Guiscards) were first found in Kent, and then the Massins/Masons of Kent use the same blue and gold. As I think we are on the Nimrod bloodline here, it and its Boofima cult once again appears to be link-able to the Meshwesh Amazons. In fact, I am very much convinced by many factors that the Moors of the Sinclair Rus were just the Massey bloodline to Tuareg-like Turin (Piedmont) location...where the Mascis are in blue and gold too.

As we know that Merlin and other magicians are at times portrayed with crescents on their robes, so entering "Merce" brings up crescents in the Mercier/Mercie/Mercyey Coat. This surname was first found in Artois. We are now squarely on the Arthurian cult, which included mythical Kay and his father, Ector. The latter is being repeated because the Mash/Marsh Coat uses the Kay bird and the Ector sun.

AND, as the Ector surname shows a Hector variation, isn't it "coincidental" that the Boofima cult, from Paramas in Africa, had been traced (1st update this month) to New Peramos near Pieris (at a Pan-like mountain range near the Satyr-like Satrae Thracians), two locations that were identified with mythical Priam, father of Paris...and father also of Hector.

The Artois surname uses the same eagle design as the English Bode/Bodin Coat. THEN, French Bodes use a ram in French-Mar white-on-blue. Remember, king Arthur, in the myth work, MORTE d'Arthur, died in Avalon, called Bute today...and tracing, as per the witch, Morgan le Fay, to Glamorgan/Morgannwg, where the Merlin cult was made a sort of brother(hood) to king Arthur. The Mercier link to Artois seems to explain that brotherhood rather well.

I don't recall discovering what the estoil symbol depicts that's used by the Bute/Butt Coat (the Sheeps/Shiptons use them too). I just entered "Est" to find three horse heads identical to the horse head in the Bute/Butt Crest. The Est clan is properly "East," and was first found in Essex (said to be derived in "east"). It definitely looks Arthurian: "First found in Essex where they held a family seat from very early times in the town of Colchester." (Eastons use seahorse-like "sea dragons.")

This is amazing, for I was out for a drive earlier today, when I spotted a Speere street. I wanted to see whether adjacent streets were named after Speer relations. I got passed a Mortenson street (term brings up the Moreton Coat mentioned above...earlier in that day) and then a Kidd street before turning around. So I thought to enter "Morte" just now to find, not only a crescent like the Merciers of Artois, but an estoile in Crest!! Although the surname is shown properly as "Mott," it was first found in...Essex!!!

The above was written before checking the Kidd Coat. A white crescent in the Crest (!!!), the color of the Morte/Mott crescent. The Kidd Chief uses the Moray stars. THEN, WOW, the English Kidd(man) Coat uses white-on-blue upright goats...just like the ram of the French Bodes...who entered this discussion as per the Merciers of Artois. AND, the goat-using Kidds use A martlet [known Merlin symbol], wings endorsed proper.

I realize the Kidd goats could be mere play on words with a kid goat, but there seems to be more to it because the goats are said to be "saliant," smacking of the Silenos goat cult of Greece.

Checking further now, I find a Cambridge road further down Speere street, and then the Cambridge-surname Coat (swans in white on blue, colors of the Kidds) uses the motto, "Esse quam videri" (same motto as the Thurstons), where "quam" could be code for the Chemmites if "CAM(bridge)" was named after them. There's more seahorses in the Arms of Cambridge. Cambridge looks to be very near to the Norfolk-Suffolk border, while Kidds were first found in Norfolk and Suffolk. This means that the streets of some neighborhoods were named after related bloodlines.

Further evidence of kinship between Kidds and Cambridges (let's not forget the trace of Chemmites to the K(h)imera dragon with goat's head) is where the Thurston bugles look identical to the bugle hanging from the oak of the Scottish Kidd Coat (the oak has nine acorns and should depict the Avalon=Bute line because the Italian Apollo(nia) Coat uses the same oak). Again, the Cambridge and Thurston mottos are identical, meaning that both clans are related to the Kidds. It's not surprising, therefore, that Thurstons were first found in Suffolk. If Thurtsons trace to Tuareg Amazons as suspected, the Boofima>Baphomet goat cult may once again trace to the same. In ancient times, the bugle horn was a goat's horn in the Cretan Amalthea cult (Amalekite Edomites?).

Another street running off of Speere street is named, Amherst, and checking, the Amherst Coat uses spears! Amhersts were first found in Kent while the Cambridge Crest uses the Kent-surname lion. THEN WOW IS THIS EVER GETTING FUN. The Amherst spears are said to be "tilting," and just about passing on a tilt-like surname, "Tillet" was entered to find a version of the Drake Wyvern!!! Both the Tillet (properly "Til(l)ey") and Drake crests use an axe. Remember, Drakenberg Veres of Anjou were the Speers of Lusignan, and these must have named Sprowston of Norfolk (near Speer-like Sparham). The Weir write-up traces Veres to Sprowestun (after the Sprows surname) of Roxburghshire.

I should also remind you of the upright goat in the Hamel Coat, for Drakenburg was in the same area as Hamelhausen.

NOW LOOKIE. Asking who the Tillets were named after, I saw the Sillys/Sullys that were linked above to the Silures. Evidence for a Tilley=Silly equation is in the Tilley write-up" "First found in Dorset where they held a family seat at Mersewood, where Henry Tilley from Tilley near Caen in Calvados..." MERSEwood, a Marsyas-like term. Earlier, the Marsyas cult was linked to Merlin of the Silurian region.

Also, I had linked the Silvers to the Silures, and they too appear to use the Kent lion (I'm squinting trying to make it out).

Yet another street off of the Speere street is Kildare. Ignoring the Irish surname for now, "Dare" was entered to find red-on-white crescents, the Speer symbol!!! It's as though the Illuminati got together and named the entire sub-division. The Dares/Dairs were first found in Essex.

The Kildare Coat is the red-on-white saltire of the Annan(dale)s, the Annan(dale)s who use the motto, "SPERabo." Coincidence? I think not. There is this idea out there that the Illuminati seeks the spear that was thrust into Jesus when he was murdered during the Chief-priesthood of Annan-like Ananias and his son, Ciaphas. The dragon grail cult is more likely of that sort of Illuminati, especially as the gold cup in Revelation 17 claims to be filled with the blood of murdered saints of God.

I kIdd you not. After writing the above, the Kildare topic was left for getting back to the Tilly topic because I wanted to try Dilly-like terms. As I was spelling out "Dilly," I remember that I had traced the MagDALENE code to red-lion Allens>Stewarts, to red lion Dallens, and to red-lon DIllons. I therefore entered "Dillon" instead of "Dilly" and gazed at the "Dum spiro spero" motto (note: Annans were first in DUMfries), not to mention red-on-white crescents like the Dares. IN FACT, both the Dares and Dillons use three red crescents with a red lion between them.

It turns out that entering "Dilly" brings up the Tilly Coat (Drake wyvern)/ I don't forget that Drakenberg Veres want Stewarts=Alans=D'Allens to rule the world.

Next, I sought Dare/Dair relations (because I couldn't realize off the top of my head which people-group they could derive from) in Tare/Tair-like terms until I got to Sares/Saires/Sayers: a leopard in Crest and first found in Essex, where Dares were first found. This is good for tracing Dares because I've already traced Sares (also "Sarah") to Sava-river Saracens. Tairs/Teirs/Tears, by the way, use "Per ardua," no doubt a piece of the Hanna motto because both Hannas and Tairs use the same black crosslet.

I have a problem that may be a revelation. I can't trace the Dallens and Dillons both to the idea of "D'Allen" and to a D-using modification from "Si(lurian)/Sal(yes)." The latter theory, cropping up only now, seems to demolish the theory that Dallens, and therefore the Magdalene cult, was in the Alans/Allens of Brittany. Knowing that the Dale Coat is nothing but a swan, it jibes with a Silures trace to Salyes Ligurians...if "Dale" is itself a modification from "Salyes." There's even a "Dales" with an 's') variation shown.

Then, the Silles/Sells surname, because it uses an engrailed black bar on white, the colors of the engrailed Sales bar, should trace to Salyes Ligurians too. The point is, the Silles'/Sells' use a red lion on white, the colors of the Irish Dallen, Dillon, and English Stewart (of Salop, where I trace "Sales") lions. Therefore, the Irish Dallens may not have been named after "D'Allen," as I had assumed, but rather it may have been vice-versa, that Allens were an improper variation from "Dallen"... which, if true, reveals that the Alan>Stewart line was from Salyes Ligurians, and that the Welsh elements (suspected by others) of the Alans>Stewarts were in the Silures.

In short, in the same way that "Macey/Mackay" was wrongly viewed by Scots as "MacKay/MacKey" so as to form a related Kay/Key surname (Arthurian-important), some French elements viewed "Dallen" wrongly as "D'Allen," where-after the Allen and Alan names appeared. That's the theory now.

Remember, Alans>Stewarts were in Dale-like Dol, and entering "Dole/Doil" brings up another "Vincit" motto term (smacking of the Da-Vinci cult to which modern gullibles link the bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalene). MOREOVER, Doles/Doils were first found in Leinster, known to be named after (Ligur-like) Lug. THEN, entering Leinster (an Alan-like term?) brings up blood drops on a swan: A silver swan's head guttee de sang. (The Leinster motto and blood drops is Patterson all over.) It's the Lester surname derived from "Leicester," a place named after a Ligur-like river.

One Dallen branch uses the same pine trees as the Languedoc Constances, while Languedoc was the Ligurian theater of Lacydon. I happened to investigate one email from Tim very timely, right after writing the above. He shared a webpage tracing Lacys (suspect as Lacydon Ligurians) to Brittany. The same webpage shares that the Vain sept of Mackays was from "Vannes," a capital of Brittany. It just so happens that the Wikipedia article on Mackays shows (or at least did show) that the "Allen' spelling is likewise a sept of Mackays. The Frame article also tells that "Crispin" (de Bec) was defined as "pine hair," and whether rightly or wrongly, the Dallen pine trees come to mind as possible explanation for that idea. The Frame article under a Venois heading says:

...This gave him the name of Crispin, from 'crispus pinus, 'pine hair'. Gilbert Crispin I was also noted by Milo Crispin [evokes Milo de Vere for the following Ferrers-reason] as being 'of renowned origin and nobility' (Milo Crispin, How The Holy Virgin Appeared To William Crispin The Elder...). Duke Robert I established Gilbert Crispin at Tillieres [there's a Till/Dill-like term] to defend this important border castle for him. 1.1.1. Gilbert Crispin II Castellan of Tillieres, who distinguished himself at the Battle of Hastings, jointly leading a large company with Henry de Ferrers. Goisfrid de Bec (Geoffroi de Bec, whose family held the fief of Venois in Normandy - S.A.S. vol. vii., p. 83, 1859 - from which the names Venuiz, Venes, and similar derive (Percy Hide Reaney, Richard Middlewood Wilson, A dictionary of English surnames, p. 446,1991). Venois was a Crispin fief situated near Caen, Calvados.

WOW!!! There is a Tillieres Coat, and the clan was first found in Glamorgan, smack in Silures country!!! Variations include: Tyler, Tylor, Tiler, Tellier.

I didn't know that Caen was a Crispin holding. Caen (and the Caen/Cann surname) was just traced in the last update to the Lacydon Ligurians by way of Chaonian (= ThesPROTian kin) presence at Lacydon (as per mythical EuXENOS and Protes of Lacydon's founding). The pine symbol of the Crispins can thereby trace to the Constance and Dallen pine trees. In fact, without any of the Crispin material here in mind, I recently treated the CONstance surname of Languedoc along with other Conn/Cann terms...including the Caens. I didn't know at the time that I would be tracing, not many weeks later, the Chaonians to the Caens out of Lacydon.

In one place, the Conn/Cann terms were stressed in the May 2-9 update. At the time of their being lumped together with the Languedoc Constances, I discovered that Contevilles, a subject about to be re-visited in this Crispin investigation, was a combination of the Contes/Comtes and Ville surnames, both clans first found in Languedoc. Moreover, it was found that the Italian Conti clan (purple flag) uses the Ville lion design.

The Contis were of FARRARA, in VENICE, evoking not only the Venois location in the above quote, but the related Ferrers. The latter clan was granted titles from Hugh D'Avrances, whose mother was a Conteville.

I have a chapter on Crispins as they linked to the Clares. At the time of writing, showed the Dutch Burg Coat using exactly the three Clare chevrons, but has since replaced the Coat. It was my theory that Contevilles, known to have been a Burgo family, were somehow related to Crispins. I came across the Crispin chapter just now due only to doing a search of my files for "Constance." Here's what i found:

I now turn to the Crispin surname because it is believed to be at the roots of the Clare surname via Richard I. Some say that Richard had relations with a concubine when giving birth to Gilbert Crispin (count of Brione, and of Eu) by his mistress, Constance..."

What this quote can do is to trace "Caen" (held by the Crispins) to the Languedoc CONstances, not forgetting that the Magdalene grail cult was out of Languedoc somehow. Remember, Gilbert Crispin II was castellan of Tillieres, and that latter term is now great evidence for a Silures trace to the Salyes Ligurians...whom I've already identified as the grail-cult Ligurians. In the May 2-9 update, I show how the Constances of Languedoc were linked to the Savona (swan line) capital of Liguria by way of a Constance link to the Savone clan.

The Frame article goes on (below) to show that Venois near Caen (Normandy) was named after Brittany's Vannes/Gwened location, and meanwhile emphasizes the (Conteville line of) D'Avranches. Vannes in Brittany was founded by the Merovingian-related Veneti, and is suspect as the origin of the Venedotia peoples known to have named Gwynedd, north Wales:

VAINS: The earls of Chester, hereditary vicomtes of the Avranchin, of Crispin stock, were lords of a fief of similar name (Vains) near Avranches; their feudatories being the Lacy family [harken: Lacydon-suspect Lacys now applied to the Lacydon-suspect Crispins and Lacydon-suspect Contevilles], and of them, Raoul Paynel [the surname brings up the Paines/Paynes using a broken spear, good motto hints for ancestry in the Clares of More, and lions in colors reversed from the Magdalene-cult lions The Paganels (Payen/Pagan colors) must be a Paynel branch, and Paganels use the Arms of Burgundy, important for where I trace the Burgos>Conteville clan to "Burgundy."]...Vannes (Vains) in Avranches was a ducal fief [i.e. Sinclair/Clare holding]...[William 'the Conqueror's] son, [duke] Robert Curthose confirms this gift, with additions: "I give the ground of Feugeres, held by my father." The Feugeres were of Bretagne [=Brittany], and this informs us of the orthography of Vannes and derivatives near Avranches. (Vennes or Vannes; taken from the Bretagne word for wheat - gwened).

There you have the Vains/Venes/Venoes-of-Normandy trace to Brittany's Vannes location, In fact, the trace is made by way of the Feugers clan, which Julie would be highly interested in because it was she who wrote in to emphasize a Fugger banking family of Baden-Wurttemberg and Austria. That investigation led to the goat-using Fugger clan, which happens to come up now when entering "Feuger." Entering "Feugeres" brings up a Brittany clan using Fugger/Feuger colors.

The write-up for German Fuggers/Feugers suggests that the name is rooted in "sheep shearers." German Fuggers/Feugers use fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Leinsters/Lesters (first found in Cheshire and using the Bellamy Shield), the clan that was linked above to the Dole/Doil clan that was itself linked to Dol.

The Frame article goes on suggesting that Feugeres (long before the Fugger/Feuger bankers) were in Vannes of Brittany, and then tends to trace (unknowingly) the Lacydon Ligurians to Brittany too while linking them to the Conteville>D'Avrances line:

Robert [Curthose] specifically excludes the portion of Vains "which Raoul de Vains (Feugeres) holds of me. I make this donation in the presence of the Comte Rannulfe [le Meschin, I think] and his barons of l' Avranchin."...This latter [Lacy] family were originally from Bretagne, and their feudatory in Avranches and Yorkshire...The family of Raoul de Vains (Feugeres) were closely associated with the Ferte-Fresnels in Antioch [the writer equates Fresnels with Bellamy-related Ferte-Maces]. Hasculphe [evokes the Haskels who use the bell pattern] de Subligny was lord of Fresnes and Chevreville...Ilbert de Lacy held Hamelton in Yorkshire, and Raoul Paynel of him; Jordan Paynel was most likely Jordan de Hamelton, into which these Ferte-Fresnels married...Geoffrey Talbot and his wife Agnes, daughter of Walter de Lacy, Lord of Meath in Ireland, and brother of Ilbert de Lacy, lord of Hamelton, ancestor of the Lacy Earls of Lincoln...

Remember, Hamiltons use the Leicestershire cinquefoil, which is specifically an ermined cinquefoil, while ermines were (some say originally) the symbol of Vannes, Brittany. Moreover, Hamiltons were first found in Renfrewshire, speaking of a trace to the other Brittany capital, Rennes. Renfrewshire is known to have been a major locale to which the Dol Alans moved after their brief stay at Salop.

The Lacys of Lincoln are where I expect them if they were from Lacydon, for the latter location was inhabited by Rhodians>Redones (i.e. having a Lincolnshire branch in the Rhodes surname). The fact now that Lacys were first of Brittany recalls an old link I made of Lacys to Dol Alans, for the latter were sons of a certain Flaad, while the Lacy write-up: "This name, which was originally O Flaithgheasa, is derived from the Gaelic word flaith, which means prince." I doubt very much that "flaith" was derived in "prince," for in the article on Hugh D'Avrances: "Hugh d'Avranches (died 27 July 1101), called the Fat or the Wolf (Latin: Lupus, Welsh: Flaidd)..."

It seems clear that, due to the Lacys having a "feudatory in Avranches," that Hugh's Flaidd term links to the Flaith(gheasa) alternative surname of the Lacys. The "gheasa" portion of that surname reminds that Hugh D'Avranches was a goose-like Goz/Gois on his father's side.

Therefore, the theory above that traced the Dol Alans>Stewarts to Salyes Ligurians now seems to trace them to Lacydon Ligurians as per the very-apparent Lacy-to-Alan link.

Immediately after the Frame article speaks on the Vains, it gets to this: "D'AVRANCHES AND OSMOND: When occupying Normandy, between 920 and 930, powerful families built a series of mottes circulaires, circular wooden forts." I recall reading that Harald BLATant "Bluetooth," to whose name I traced the "Fladd" term of the Dol Alans, used circular forts. Wikipedia:

During his reign, Harald [Bluetooth] oversaw the reconstruction not only of the Jelling runic stones but of other projects as well...During that time, ring forts were built in five strategic locations...All five fortresses had similar designs: "perfectly circular..."

I don't necessarily agree with the "bluetooth" definition of "Blatant." I keep eyes peeled for what the Fladd-like terms might really trace to. As I traced the Dol Alans from the raven-depicted vikings of Shetland/Orkney theater, I now see that there is a Flet/Flait/Flatt surname (trefolis): "First found in the Orkneys, where they held a family seat from very ancient times. They derived their name from the village of Flett in the parish of Delting in the Shetland Islands. The name is mentioned in the early Viking sagas, and was one of the most prominent names mentioned in those sagas." DELting may have to do with Dol elements.

As the Harald-Blatant line married the Hallands (Patterson relations), the Blatt/Platt surname (using Patterson-colored scallops, and leopards) could apply. These scallop colors (Scottish Stewarts use them too) are found also in the German Flatten/Vlatten Coat, of a surname first found in WestPHALia. These are also the colors of the Roques (Languedoc) and other Rockefeller/RoqueFEUIL clans, whom I traced, not only to the same-colored Whelans/Phailans/Failins, but to the treFOIL symbol...used by the Flets/Flaits! That in a nutshell can explain how Alans of Dol can trace to Ligurians of Lacydon even though the Alans are traced back (by me) to Blatant's viking blood.

Both Scottish Pattersons and Scottish Stewarts use pelicans on nests, and then we find that (pelican-like) Phails/Fails were first in Inverness, beside the Pattersons of Ross-shire, parts of northern Scotland that were likely stomping grounds to the raven-depicted vikings (i.e. the Stout clan with Stewart-like Stow variation).

The same pelican-on-nest design used by German Wells is used by the DeVAUDs/DeVaux', expected because the Vaux surname is known to have been a Wells branch. The Wells came to own titles in the same Bec location that belonged to Crispins. Recalling from above that the Lacys (Yorkshire) were part of the D'Avrances, who were in turn Crispins, the fact that Crispins were properly "Crepon,," suggests that they were also the Yorkshire Cravens, for we saw that both Lacys and Skiptons (Yorkshire) use purple lions, and it's known that Skiptons were of Craven elements. BOTH Cravens and Crispins/Crepins use red and white. The Cravens above were in Louth, a location that is traced by others, if I'm not mistaken, to Lug.

French Crispins/Crepons were first in grail-related Lorraine.

When i first discovered that "MagDALENE" was code for the red-on-white-lion Dallens et-al, I also found that a few related clans coming up in the discovery used symbols covered in black spots. For example, the Merrey Crest (also uses red lions on white). Keep in mind that the Magdalene cult was then traced to the French Merey/Merits, for Lacys use a "Meritas' motto term. CLEARLY, the Mary portion of the Mary-Magdalene code stood for Marsyas elements at Lacydon/Marseille, the same place out of which the grail-and-swan Ligurians emerged. THE POINT IS, I now see that the English Craven Crest uses black spots on it's griffin. The English Lacy Coat uses black roundels (called "pebbles"), which might just be the reason for the black spots.

Julie's theory (last update) that pebbles/stones were made a symbol, by Freemasons, of an Alan-Hun grail cult, now comes forcefully to mind where the Lacys were merged fundamentally to the Dol Alans.

If you doubt that the Lacys were linked to the Merits/Mereys, there is good evidence yet. The German Luz/Lutz Coat uses diagonal bars in the colors of the Merits/Mereys, but then the Spanish Luz Coat shows purple lions (no doubt linked to the Lacy purple lion). MOREOVER, the German Luz/Lutz Coat shows a white-on-black cross, the colors of the cross in the English Merit/Morit Coat.

Still more, for the German Luz/Luts Coat uses a diagonal bar in blue and gold, the colors of the diagonal Pagenel bars. This recalls the statement from the Frame page: "The earls of Chester, hereditary vicomtes of the Avranchin, of Crispin stock, were lords of a fief of similar name (Vains) near Avranches; their feudatories being the Lacy family, and of them, Raoul Paynel..." Lacys tied to Paynels there tends to explain the Luz/Luts Coat's Paganel-like symbol.

We can now trace the Crispin pine symbol to Lothian, for the German Luz/Luts show a Lots variation, and entering "Lots," what turns up but a brown talbot dog, seen also under the pine tree of the Lothian-surname Coat! The Lothian location was named after a mythical Lot, suspect to some degree as the Edomite-Lotan line.

The Lothian hunting horn/bugle (black with gold striping) has been traced (by me) to the Polish Traby family, not only due to the Traby Arms using a black bugle with gold striping, but due to the "dormit" motto term of the Lothians, what seems like code for the Dermotts that come up when entering (Traby-like) "Darby." I had traced the Darby-branch Trabys to a Drave-like river in Pomerania, BUT NOW I find that the German Luz/Luts/Lots clan was first found in Pomerania.

I'm keeping in mind that the Trabys are now linked solidly to the purple Luz>Lacy bloodline that seems linked to the Lotan>Ladon line that I've long identified as the purple/scarlet Biblical dragon, the same dragon that in the end times is said (Revelation 13) to enforce upon the world a 666 mark in hands or foreheads. The Traby bugle (taken from Wikipedia's Traby article) comes with what appears to be a 666,

The Craven motto, "Virtus in actione consistit," has at least two codes, one for the Actons, who use a shield in colors reversed from the Craven Shield, and one for the CONSTANT clan to which I've just traced (Craven-like) Crispins/Crepins. There in the Constant Coat you see the Dallen pine tree which I now think was made the Crispin symbol in a clever, but sly, way. note that the Constant surname "seems to have developed independently in various regions of France including, Languedoc, Brittany..."

It's been several months since I stopped tracking the number of hits in the current updates. I decided to track them a couple of years ago only to see what sort of spike in readership there would be when the anti-Christ arrived to Iraq. But when it seemed that he wouldn't be entering anytime soon, I stopped tracking the index page and the current updates. I left the tracking systems on, however, in the previous updates going back to some point in 2008.

For several months, therefore, I haven't had a clue as to readership numbers. Until late last week, I hadn't even checked the old updates to see how they were doing. As I don't pay for the system, it records only the last 500 entries/visits (not quite the same as "hits"), which is always less than 500 computers/visitors at any one time. One tracking feature suggests that there were 228 computers over the past 500 visits (includes only the webpages with tracking systems on).

While readership is NOT booming, I was pleased to find readers throughout the aging updates. From non-American countries over about four days last week, updates readers have been from: Belgium, Russia, Italy, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, Paraguay, Czech Republic, Vietnam, Germany, Australia, United Kingdom, Argentina, Philippines, Spain, Romania, Netherlands, Kenya, Sweden, and Malta.

I had also shut the tracker off to the home page of the post-trib book, but the Skincode chapter was left on; over roughly four days, it saw 26 computers visiting, one from Khios, Greece, another from Ghana, China, South Africa, one from Brescia, Italy, another from Ferrara, Italy, another from Lombardy, Italy, one each from Germany, Nigeria, Romania, and Brussels (cities are often identified, though they may not be where the readers live, but rather where their servers are situated). Although not all visitors will read, that's still a decent international representation. Heads up, all. It's up to us few to multiply readers when the 666-man does appear.

It should be added that a significant percentage of readers are non-Christians or even anti-Christians seeking some tips on dragon-cult topics, and likely some are thinking to give Biblical prophecy a chance (God doesn't despise the willing). Over the last dozen years, tens of thousands of true-blue Christians have been to tribwatch who, hopefully, will remember the name when brutal crunch-time comes.


Especially for new or confused readers
shows where I'm coming from.

For serious investigators:
How to Work with Bloodline Topics

Here's what I did when I had spare time on my hands:
Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose
It took the prime right out of my life.

The rest of the Gog-in-Iraq story is in PART 2 of the
Table of Contents

The 2011 Update in the 2016 chapter tells why
I'll be watching Iraq until the summer of 2011, at least.