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Veres and Masseys of Manche Really did Live in Hitler's Munich

In a recent dialogue by the chief of Central Command, he says that he's very much in favor of using the American military in Middle East nations. That is, it's not his desire to leave the Middle East. An article dated March 4 of this year starts off: "America and its allies will face varied and unpredictable security threats in the years ahead, the leaders of the two most intensely engaged U.S. military commands told House Armed Services Committee members yesterday." One of the two leaders is Mattis:

..."The strategic landscape of the broader Middle East has been altered by recent events in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and elsewhere," Mattis said...

..."The central challenge for us," Mattis added, "is how to make common cause with our friends throughout the region."

Solutions in the region will require the support of military and civilian teams, Mattis added.

He goes on to say, however, in order to check his own pro-military statement, that diplomacy from the State Department should take priority over military intervention. And he justifies intrusions into Middle Eastern nations by pointing out that the international world is on his side in the war on terror. No wonder, the international community is run largely by those who wish to intrude into the Middle East.

Then he says: ""In Pakistan we are strengthening our security relationship with Islamabad as we work to overcome years of mistrust and misunderstanding on both sides." That was said before the SEALS captured bin Laden, after which we heard that bin Laden had been planning further attacks, or that the world should soon expect increased attacks, with higher caliber, in revenge for the bin Laden death. Surely, Mattis knew, by the time that he spoke these words, that bin Laden was in the compound where he was captured and reportedly killed. Surely, Mattis worked on the plot to violate Pakistani territory to seize bin Laden's compound, even though he admitted that Pakistanis mistrusted his military.

Then, Mattis turns to the topic of Iraq. "The general said he expects that al-Qaida in Iraq and Iranian-sponsored proxies will attempt to execute 'sensational attacks' in Iraq in the coming months." Hmm, why "sensational"? Does he know something that we don't?

Then, after Iraq, Mattis mentions Yemen, "noting [American] efforts are now being focused on the threat of extremism in Yemen, especially al-Qaida on the Arabian Peninsula." Immediately after bin Laden's capture or death (I am not sure he's dead, see Laden update for reasons), the Americans sent a drone attack into Yemen for the first time in a decade.

He takes the status quo on Israel "I believe the only reliable path to lasting peace in this region is a viable two-state solution between Israel and Palestine"

The latest on whether the Americans will stay in Iraq, and where they would likely key up if they do:

With tensions still high in the oil-rich ethnically mixed province of Kirkuk, some local officials are voicing support for a US Army presence here beyond a planned year-end pullout.

..."The Americans are a source of confidence," said the official in Kirkuk, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

"Everyone looks to them to resolve problems related to the security forces, and political conflicts."

Any continued presence of US forces in Iraq beyond 2011, however, would require a request to be made by Baghdad to Washington, Johnson noted.

No such request has yet been submitted, despite several senior US civilian and military leaders having visited Iraq last month to press Baghdad to decide, and no major Iraqi leader has yet publicly voiced support for a longer-term American presence.

So, we watch to see whether Kirkuk Kurds can find a way to have some American soldiers stay in northern Iraq.

What happens to my theory that bin Laden is Daniel 11's "ruler of a covenant" who joins the anti-Christ in northern Iraq en route to invading Egypt? Even if bin Laden is dead, that phrase could yet apply to an al-Qaeda leader. There's already a headline, "Egypt's al-Zawahri likely to succeed bin Laden." Zawahri is a co-founder of al-Qaeda, perhaps even the chief founder, and he's in cahoots with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, now arising. The Egyptian situation has apparently depressed Saudi Arabia. The following sent in by Tim, showing some heavy fall-out from American intrusions into Egypt:

Two US emissaries sent to intercede with Saudi King Abdullah – US Defense Secretary Robert Gates on April 6 and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, who arrived in Riyadh six days later – were told that Saudi Arabia had reached a parting-of-the ways with Washington, followed actively by Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman.

Abdullah said he could not forgive the Americans for throwing former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to the wolves in Cairo and for the unrest they were promoting against Arab regimes.

Saudi Arabia was therefore determined to lead the Gulf region on the road to a confrontation with Iran – up to and including military action if necessary – to defend the oil emirates against Iranian conspiracies in the pursuit of which the king accused US-led diplomacy of giving Tehran a clear field.

...Their message to Washington is that the Gulf nations are now making their own decisions.

The rest of the article concentrates on the conflict between the Saudi axis and the Iran axis, now building.

Although it's being said in some cases that al-Qaeda has accepted the death of bin Laden, so that a successor can be chosen, I'm not so sure that he's dead. The White House and the CIA have told too many lies to be trusted with the truth. Another problem is that, in the latest version of the raid, bin Laden stuck his head out his door only to be shot at and missed by a SEAL(s). We were then told that a SEAL(s) entered his room, where he resisted, but not with a gun, and that the level of resistance was sufficient to warrant shooting him in the vital parts. The problem with this story is that we were also told that bin Laden had firearms in his room. Therefore, when he was shot at while sticking his head out, (if indeed that part of the story is true), he would have closed the door and grabbed his weapon(s) immediately, don't we think?

I pray the truth will come out so that we can know how badly we're being lied to, and why.

Tim, as follow-up to his Sorenson topic, later sent in some Sorensen Coats not shown at (the Norwegian one, for example, is not shown). I'll share what I wrote him back to get you the general idea of what this led to:

That's some good work, Tim. The BLACK ON GOLD on gold cinquefoil of the Norway clan interested me. I went back to the update (4th of April) where I mentioned the Sorensons because I recall talking about someone's cinquefoil then. I just wanted to know if the one I was talking about was in the Sorensen-cinquefoil colors, and sure enough, yes. Here's the quote:
...Hmm, add two and two together to make these links also to the Shera variation of the Kilpatricks because the English Score/Scory Coat has a black saltire (i.e. the Patrick symbol). The Score cinquefoils are in the [GOLD ON BLACK] colors of the Ayers quatrefoils [isn't that wild, Tim, especially as I introduced the Sorensens two paragraphs lower!}...

THEN, consider that the person who revealed on his deathbed confession that Scherf Jr. was George Bush Sr. has a SKORzeny surname!!

On the same day that I opened the email telling of the Scherf article, I opened another from Tim, our Saracen specialist, who suggested that Sorenson were Saracens. I was able to link Sorensons on that day to the Sava-river Saracens as per the Severin variation of the Norwegian Sorensons (you'll note that some Sorensons and Severins are shy in showing their Coats). German Sorensons also use "Sauernson" and are in Sauer colors...[end quote]

The Hurt Coat uses GOLD-ON-BLACK cinquefoils, and the Saracens have long been linked to the heraldic heart symbol [that I think is code for Harts and similar surnames].

The Hurts/Horts had been a special topic in the 4th update of April too, leading to the Cottians, which just happens to be a key topic again, later in this update. But first, let me share part of an email from emailer Patterson:

I thought of my Grandfather Hall surname [talbot dogs] and how it had to be of the Talbot family: And note that in the write-up many Scottish Halls were granted land by Malcolm Canmore of Scotland when he was married to Ingibiorg Finnsdottir daughter...the daughter of Finn Arnasson, Jarl of Halland in Norway...Halland is one of the variations of Hall or vice versa.

THEN I read that she was first married to Thorfinn II, 1st Earl of Caithness...

In the bin-Laden update, which came out late last week, I wrote:

INCREDIBLE!! The MaluHULE topic in the first update of May [this update] enters the discussion [see soon below] while on a revelation of Hull and Hall roots. Both of the latter clans use talbot dogs in black on white, wherefore see the black-on-white talbot dogs of the German Pape(n)s!!!!! AND, the [English] Papes were first in CAITHness...while the Hall and Hull topic, in first update of May, shows that the Scandinavian Halland bloodline married the earl of Caithness!"

Just above where that was written, I had linked the MalaHULE bloodline to the Pappenheims, which was done so just days after (in a totally unrelated line of investigation) I had written to emailer Patterson on the Malahule topic that I'm in the process of showing you. Moreover, I was at the map of the AltMUHL river (in the Weissenburg-Gunzenhausen area, home of Pappenheims), which I definitely mentioned as link-able to Malahule blood, but saw on that map the location of Ingolstadt that I did not mention, which I now mention because of similarity with "Ingibiorg" Finnsdottir of the Halland family of bloodlines! Downriver on the Danube, not far from the mouth of the Altmuhl, we see a Regen rivermouth with a Regensburg location, while Malahule's brother was RAGNvald.

I have known for quite a while that the Bavarian diamonds, called lozenges, "were inherited by the Wittelsbachs from the counts of Bogen - whose possessions were near the Danube river around Regensburg."

Before going on with my response to emailer Patterson, let me repeat what I had inserted into the bin-Laden update that wasn't there initially:

BEHOLD. I see a Munchen (= Munich) near the Lech that could possibly link to Manche, where Masseys and Veres were first found in Normandy (I had suggested a "Manche" trace to the Manx Scots). Indeed, Meschins were in Bayeux, and Munich is in Bayern=Bavaria. Hitler's Nazi party was basic to Munich. "Its native name, Munchen, is derived from the Old High German Munichen, meaning 'by the monks' place'." Whether that's correct is not the point, but rather general Mattis is code-named, the "Warrior Monk," and when I investigated (months ago) the Monk surname and similar spellings, I entertained a Mattis link to the Munich location. But that is not yet the BEHOLD. It's in the paragraph below, making all things very understandable that Julie wanted to understand.

As the Lug-related Manx peoples (of the Isle of Mann) were in Foetes not far from Munich on the Lech river, it seems clear that they named Munich. Yes, for entering "Munich" brings up an Irish Mannix/Mangan surname...said to be derived in "monk"!! I know that I traced the Bavarian diamonds=lozenges to the Grimaldi "fussily" diamonds, and that term was identified as code for Fussen=Foetes. I also know that the Grimaldis used for a symbol a monk (!!) hiding a sword under his cloak. AND BEHOLD, I know that Grimaldis were, and still are, in Monaco (!)...of Liguria!! AND BEHOLD, I guessed that the "LohenGRIN" mythical term for a swan-depicted Ligurian bloodline was code for Grimaldis. AND BEHOLD SOME MORE: I recently guessed that "lozenge" is code for the German Logen surname (using swans) that I am sure was encoded mythically as "Lohen(grin)"!!!

I see a Monaco>Munich>Manche>Manx link.

Here's what I wrote emailer Patterson after she ended by saying that related bloodlines really do find one another for marriage purposes (i.e. by some mysterious method):

Great work on the marriage of Malcolm III to that Norwegian.

If you were referring to the English ">Halland lion with blood drops being the same as the Patterson lion, I hear you. That was a shocker, coming right after your explanation of the Jarl of Halland. You have got to be right that Halls were named after Halland, or vice versa.

That is actually great because I wanted evidence of a Hall trace to Rollo-branch Scandinavians (Rollo was from Norway) since yesterday, when I entered "Hule" as per "Malahule" (= Rollo's uncle) thinking that the latter term may have been a composite term, Mala plus Hule. And the Hull Coat [same talbots as the Halls] came up! [I had NOT been speaking with emailer Patterson or anyone else about the Halls or Hulls when entering "Hule".] PLUS, I now see, the Hulls were first in Yorkshire, where the Hallands were first found!! Excellent, just excellent!

I can't recall the details but didn't I trace Pattersons in particular to Caithness?

In case you didn't realize, Halls were first in Lincolnshire, where Lucy Taillebois had been from.

...Wow, I just checked "Hellen" and found the Massey horse, I'm sure, because it's tongue is sticking out. Then, the German Hellens, or Hellerns, use the Masci wing (!) on a Bellamy Shield. We are related closer than I thought!! The Heler(n) wing is in Bauer-wing colors [and looks a lot like it] and both Bauers and Hellerns were of Bavaria.

...WOW. I just entered "Mall" seeking potential links to "Mala," and got the Massey Shield and a Mallbone surname first found in Cheshire! I had already linked the Bonnes/Bones (use the same Shield roughly as the English Bones/Bohuns) to the Bellamy>Ferte>Massey bloodline as per the same eagle used in the Bonne Coat as the Ferte eagle, and I was fairly convinced that Skull and Bones was of this and another Bone clans. The English Bone/Bohun surname looks Bohemian to me, fully expected where the Bessin was filled with Bohemians [remember, readers, Meschins of the Bessin moved to Cheshire, where the Mallbones were first found.]

The dolphin in the French Bone Coat clinched the hunch that the Mallbones (who I've never seen before) are related to the dolphin-using Marleys (also from Cheshire). I figured that [part out] as per the Marlybone variation of the Mallbones. The Marley Coat was linked to the Meschin Coat long ago.

SO, it looks good for linking the Mallbones to Malahule because Ranulf le Meschin of Cheshire descended on his father's side from Malahule. Ranulf's father was from the Bessin, you see. So, because Malahule (of More) was a Norwegian viking, his father, Eystein, must have been linked somehow to Halland blood. That's what I'm seeing, but that in itself doesn't explain how Halls of Halland linked to Meschins. The Malahule descent to Ranulf, however, makes the link excellently because Ranulf married a Talbot, explaining the Hall and Hull talbot symbol. Now we have it. Without you, this would not likely have become known, at least not through my writings. It very important because I say that Masseys were central to Templarism, but years before discovering that, and even centuries before, it's been well known that Rollo's vikings were central to Templarism. But just as central were the Flemings, and that's why I would love conclusive proof that "Bellamy" evolved into "Flaam>Fleming."

That's not quite the end of the email, as just one more important point was to be made. But before getting to that, let me say that there is an online page that I've quoted from a few times (because I think it's true), where Poppa, Rollo's supposed wife, was a daughter of Poppo I (founder of Babenbergs) in Bamberg. The latter location is shown on the map of the AltMUHL river!! Then, whether Poppa was married to Rollo or not, we find that she was married, according to as Malahule genealogy tree, to Malahule's descendent, AnCITEL of the Bessin/Bayeux, who was traced (in the bin-Laden update) to the "kettle hats" used by Pappenheims! Suddenly, we have found the Malahule>Rollo line in Babenberg and Hohen Germany. Until now, I was unable to make the Rollo link to Babenbergs/Hohens but on very circumstantial grounds.

Back to the last part of my email:

Note that the Skull Coat uses six lions in the same configuration as the Bonnes and Bones. Also, the Skulls are in the colors of the Dutch Bones. UNBELIEVABLE. After writing that, "Eschol" popped into my head as per "Skull," and looking that term up online because I couldn't recall where I had read it, it turns out to be the Biblical Eschol in HEBRON! That was amazing because by then I had already seen that the Dutch Bone Coat was the Hebron-surname Shield!!! ASTOUNDING.

The Scholes/Schools [Jerusalem-Templar cross in Crest] might also apply, very witchy Shield.

I can add now that Scholes (in Hall colors) were first in Yorkshire, where Hallands were first found. The blue-on-white Halland lion is obviously the Bruce-of-York lion, no doubt. The surname is shown properly as "Hallam." As further proof of Halland links to the Rollo Claros>Sinclairs, the Dutch Hall(and) Coat uses the Clare Shield, and both surnames share a stag head (the Clares using it for a Crest).

Haldens should be Hallands because the Halden Coat uses a saltire version of the Sinclair cross, and moreover both Sinclairs and Haldens were first found in Lothian. The "Commit" motto term of the Sinclairs could be for the MalCOLM clan, though later in this update the Sinclairs (i.e. their Candida house) are traced to the Comtes!! I kid you not that the Comtes topic came a day or two before the flowing topic at hand. As the house of Candida was one of Savoy, the "Suffer" motto (that's all she write) of the Haldens may link to Safini>Savoy elements.

YES, I'm SHOCKED. After writing that possible link to the Safini, the Contes/Comtes Coat had finished loading (because I had forgotten what it looked like and I wanted to check for links to the topic at hand), and ZOWIE, white crescents on blue...just like the Safin/Savin/Savone Coat!!! The Constance/Contes Chief uses the Contes/Comtes and Safin crescent.

As expected, there is a Swedish Halland Coat, expected because there is a Halland in Sweden (that may or may not be the one ruled by the above jarl of Caithness. The Swedish Halland Coat compares very well with the German Hall Coat, the latter surname showing a Halland variation. German Hallands were first found in Baden, and use Arms of Baden colors. See how the diagonal bar in the Swedish Halland Coat compares to the diagonal bar in the Arms of Baden.

In the Malahule genealogy system, we find that Ancital (great-grandson of Malahule) was son of Balso D'Espaine, which is conspicuous as per the Pane/Payne, Payen, and Panetta topic in the bin-Laden update. So I entered "Espaine" just now, to find a clan first found in Somerset, which is where the Baden surname was first found. I kid you not that it was immediately after loading the Baden surname that I loaded the Espaine surname, and that's how the connection was made.

This is a good place to re-state that I trace Varangian Rus both to the Zahringers/Veringens of Baden, and to the Rollo Rus. The Zahringers and Veringens both uses antlers, and that could be the reason for the Clare and Halland stag heads. Remember, I trace the "ANTler" to "Heneti" (and their mythical representative, ANTenor) and meanwhile I identified (independent of all that) the Babenbergs and Pepinids as Heneti Paphlagonians. At the time, I noted that many Babenbergs and Pepin clans (including the Papes) used black and white, the Hall and Hull colors.

Unfortunately, Norwegian Halls do not show a Coat.

When entering "Callam" as per the Hallam term that comes up when entering "Halland," we get the Malcolm Coat!!! That tends to reveal that Malcolm III married kin when he married a Halland!!! But that now tells us what no one else has, that "MALcolm" (which is also "MALCallam") is named after MALAhule (!!!!) well as after Halland elements that his fathers (with the same name) must have been related to, perhaps even founded.

AND SO, the bloodline of Eystein>Malahule must have linked to the Malcolm line of Scots, who are called the DUNkeld dynasty (named after a Duncan), what appears to be the Dane side of the Rollo-line Rus, but note also the "keld" part of that term, for later in this update I will re-visit the McClouds.

That must explain why the Halland/Hallam Coat is in the same blue-on-white colors as the Malcolm/Callam Coat. Note the stag heads around the Malcolm saltire. The McLeods are in colors reversed.

I just accidentally entered "Held" instead of "Keld," and got a Held/Heldt clan first found in Silesia, using the same Coat exactly as the Cheshire Hicksons/Hixons. As I trace the Mieszko bloodline in Silesia to the Meschins of Cheshire, note that the Keld Coat uses the Mackesy and Mackie lion, as well as red stars that I'm assuming are the Kyle stars (because I trace Kyles to the Mieszko line too). Hmm, the Keld Shield is colors reversed to the Herods/Hurls (a sept of McLeods), who were first found in Argyllshire, beside the Kyles in Ayrshire.

Back to the Espaine surname that I assume was of the Malahule bloodline. I'm wondering whether it traces to Anthony/Tony-like surnames that I imagine developed as per "Antenor": "Hence, conjecturally, the [Espaine] surname is descended from the tenant of many lands in Somerset who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086. Alfred d'Espagne was a great Norman Baron, brother of Roger Toeni, from Eespagne..." (the Safins/Savins were first found in Somerset too). Note the similarity between "Eespagne" and "Eystein," Malahule's father.

Malahule is also listed as "Tresney," and then there is a Tressen surname first found in Languedoc. WOW, that was written while the Tressen Coat was still loading, and what popped out of the box but just three ermines...just as in the French Ball Coat...mentioned below (this paragraph was inserted here after the below was written).

Now, the "pagne" in "Eespagne" must be the Pagan/Payen surname, of Templar infamy. YES, for as reported in the bin-Laden update, the Paine/Payne Coat uses "Malo mori" as code for Malahule of More. Now we know for sure, I think, that Paines were named after Malahule's grandson, Balso D'Espaines (now you know why I entered "Ball" in the first place).

Keep in mind that Hugh d'Payen is said to have married a Catherine Sinclair of Lothian, if that helps to link Payens to the Malahule family of Rus.

WOW. The Italian Anthony Coat is not only in Malcolm blue and white, but uses gold stars on the blue, same as the Malcolm Coat!!! I feel like a kid opening up a dozen cracker-jacks boxes. There's a prize in every box, folks. Make that 13 boxes, because the Malcolm "TENdit" motto code must be for "Anthony" and/or ANTenor elements.

The Espaine Coat is quartered green and gold, which immediately evoked the Herod/Hurl Coat. I wasn't going to mention it...until I saw that Malcolms were first found in Argyllshire, where Herods/Hurls were first found. As Herods and Hurls are both septs of McLeods, I see that the McLeod Coat (flags) is in Malcolm colors. MOREOVER, the McLeods use a black bull between their two flags, the symbol of the Mieske Coat! AND LOOK. The McLeod motto, "Hold Fast," can now be suspect as code for the Helds of Silesia! (In the past, I'd traced some Colt- and Hold-like surnames to mythical KOLODziej, founder of Mieszko's dynasty).

Holders use the Vince/Vinch, and the latter may have been the bloodline of Da Vinci, which I mention because the Magdalene cult, suspect at the root of the propagators of the so-called "Da Vinci Code", is about to be featured below.

Expect Balso-like surnames. The Balls were first found in Cheshire and are therefore suspect. The Ball Coat uses bombs called "fireballs," bringing to mind the heraldic flame symbol that I traced to "Flaam=Fleming. This is quite amazing because the Faringdon Coat uses bombs too, and the latter surname was discovered only as per it's being found in the Shipton write-up (see Shipton links to Shapiros and Schaeffers in the bin-Laden update). The Shipton Coat uses "bellows," which I trace to the Bellamy clan...that I maintain founded the Flemings (as per "Bellamy"="Flem(ing)"). I am confident that the Shipton bellows are code for Bellamys because the latter lived in Ferte-Mace, an apt set of terms for forming "Faring(don).

THEN, the Faringdon Shield is ermined, while the French Ball Coat (surname first found in Brittany) is nothing but ermines, much like the Arms of Vannes. I had just been thinking, before writing that, that the "viendra" motto term of the Faringdons was code for the Vain sept of Mackays, which I traced to Vannes, Brittany.

Moreover, as per my Bone link to Bellamys, the Faringdon motto also uses "bon."

The Faringdon bombs are gold circles, as are the besants in the Flame Coat. As Flemings founded Flanders, I'd say that Flames were Flemings on account of the two colors of the Flame Coat being the two colors of the Arms of Flanders.

Irish Flemings use...the vair bell pattern (!) in the colors of the Pappenheim vair pattern (called "kettle hats")!! I have seen the vair pattern called a "bell" pattern. AND, I just realized, the Irish Fleming Shield, red and gold checks, must be a version of the red and white checks that fill the French Vair Coat! English Vairs/Veres use a quartered Shield (i.e. like check pattern) in Fleming-check colors.

The Brennan Coat has hints of Meschin descent. In the Laden update, it was shown that the bent arm and sword, used by the Brennan Crest, was a Bessin and Bessen symbol (I can't tell the difference between the latter's design and the one in the Brennan Crest). The English Bessin Coat is the Massey Shield, remember, because Meschins were from the Bessin (with Masseys of Ferte-Mace not far off). I had linked "Bessin" to "Fussen" (Bavaria), which uses legs bent at the knee, wherefore I'm starting to reason that the Bessin arm bent at the elbow is code for the same as the Fussen legs bent at the knees. Theories for the bends include code for the Angles, or for a Gog-like term meaning "hook."

The Brennan Coat uses gold lions on red (colors reversed to Ranulph le Meschin's personal lion), and a garb between the lions. I not only see the garb as a symbol of mount Gareb, but it was the special symbol of Cheshire. If I'm not mistaken, the Cheshire garb was adopted from the personal Arms of le Meschin (in the past I've traced the Cheshire garb to the garb of Gascony because le Meschin had a Gos/Gois-surnamed mother). Therefore, as I'm in the midst of describing the Malahule>Meschin bloodline in Bavaria, and as that bloodline connects with Pappenburgs, what about Poppo I, who lived in GRABfeld? Shouldn't the heraldic garb be code for that Grabfeld bloodline.

As Poppo was a founder of Babenbergs, a branch of which lived/ruled at Bamberg near the Altmuhl river (= downtown-Malahule theater), shouldn't I re-mention GARIBald of Bavaria, and his royal successor (a few generations later), GRIMoald? I suspect that "Grimald" is a version of "Garibald," which tends to reveal Grimaldis proper as Garebites in Liguria/MONACo. The suspicion is that Nazis in MUNICH were just these Garebites...and the related Nibelungs. I've trace both the swan code, and Garebites, to the JEREVan location at lake Sevan, and it's interesting that Julie, who is largely responsible for my emphasizing of the Lohengrin swan line in Bavaria, wrote once telling what I had believed too by that time, that the dragon cult goes back to its very toots in the YERVAN dynasty (= Armenians) named after Jerevan.

If the swan-related Sava-river clans (partly in Croatia) had branches in Bavaria, and I think they definitely did, then let me repeat that Croatians have been known as "Krvati," having a "Gareb"-like root. And neighboring Serbia is a soft-c Gareb-like term.

The other Irish Brennan Coat (using the same-style lion as the Brennan Coat with garb) uses a hand (the Hands of Cheshire use a hand), suggesting that the Brennans are related to the O'Reillys because the O'Reilly Coat (more blood drops) uses the same two Brennan lions in the same fashion (facing each other), but with a hand between them. The Brennan and O'Reilly lion is used also by Pattersons, who likewise use blood drops, and because Pattersons were just linked to Halls, this is evidence that Brennans and/or Reillys also trace to the Munich theater (I.e. I'm assuming with very good reasons that "MalaHULE" is part-code for Hulls=Halls).

The lion in the other Brennan Coat is blue on white, the color of the Macclesfield (Cheshire) lion that holds the Cheshire garb. The Brennan and Macclesfield lions are in the colors of the Hand chevron (colors reversed to the Macey and Mackay chevrons), but also in the colors of the Hanna/Hanneth stag, bringing to mind the O'Reilly and Hannity news commentators that appear nightly back-to-back on Fox news. Both men are pro-Middle-East invasion.

Hannitys , who were first in Lincolnshire (as were the Haines), use a cloud-like border. Ranulph le Meschin married a Talbot of Lincolnshire, and Talbots (related to Hulls/Halls, remember) also use a cloud-like border, meaning that Talbots and Hannitys were related. The Hannity leopards should connect with the Rhodes-Coat leopards (not forgetting that the cloud-line Nibelungs were at cloud-bordered Nevers, in the Rhodanus watershed), and the Hannity greyhound is good evidence in my mind that the clan traces back to Hannibal Carthaginians (and all it may imply toward the darkest of witchcraft and satanism). The Irish Hannity Coat uses two lions face to face, like the O'Reilly and Brennan lions. The Irish Hannity Crest is an arm and Mackay-like dagger...but not bent much at the elbow.

As I said that cloud-bordered Sellicks are traced to "Silesia," let me say again that the German Haines (who use the Hannity-style lion) were first found in Silesia...i.e. where we expect the Hannitys due to their cloud-like border.

Aha! I now recall that the Hannity and Haines lion, used extensively by many clans, is called a "fork-tailed" lion. Could that be part of the bent codes used by Brennans and Bessins? One fork symbol (shaped as a 'Y') I came across was in the Cunningham Coat, which I reckoned was code for "York." Aha again! I did trace "York" to "Gorgon" because the Parisii Gorgons were co-founders of the city, and that jibes with my hook=Gog theory for the bent arm and knee (the best I recall is that kuk or kok meant "hook"). AND, the Gogi lived at Gogarene on the south-east side of Lake Sevan!

AHA ONCE MORE, for as bent knees are used in the Arms of Foetes, which location has been traced to swan-line Ligurians, so we find that the mythical swan of Liguria was CYCnus!! I trace that code to the Caucones and/or Kikons. (Some say "Cauc(asia)" was named after "Gog"). Gogarene at lake Sevan was smack in Caucasia, and mythical Cycnus was also made "Cygnus" because that's the Greek term for a swan! You don't need to think hard here to make the Gog link to Garebites in Jerevan. The Parisii fit this swan picture just because I had traced them solidly to mythical Parzival/Percival, the so-called grail king, and father of Lohengrin!

AHA AHA! As I routinely link Garebites to Nibelungs, I should add yet again that I identify Kikons as mythical Ixion, husband of Nephele. I had traced Ixion=Khyan Hyksos elements to the Sava-river clans (I don't make such traces flippantly), but I do NOT think it had anything to do with the similarity between "Garebite" and "Krvati"!!

In Ezekiel 38, God brings Gog to Israel with a hook in his mouth, which I think is play on words revealing that "Gog" did mean "hook" in some cases.

Although Cunninghams ("Over fork over" motto) are not said to have been first in Yorkshire, I traced their fork-like Y symbol (the only symbol on the Coat) to York for more than the Parisii-Gorgon co-founders of York. The other co-founders, according to my work long before I knew that the Parisii were Gorgons, and before I knew that Parisii co-founded York (so say others), were the Eburovices/Ebroicum. It can't be coincidental that mythical Kikon was made the brother of Hebros (the river), or that Nephele was Aphrodite, the latter of whom I had traced to the Hebros river long before I realized the Kikon-Ixion equation.

If I recall correctly, I had found a Cunn-like clan first in Yorkshire. So I entered the Cunn term just now to find a "CONstant and faithful" motto, not forgetting from the last update in April that I traced the Faithful surname to Foetes!! AND DOUBLE WHAMMY. The Cunns show a Queen, Sween, and Swan variation!! The Cunns/Queens were first in Sky and Lewis, where the MacAskells were first found...that were likely the Haskells of the Malahule bloodline (in Pappenheim Bavaria). Yes, the Nibelungs were also in Sky and Lewis, says me, as the McClouds.

Just checked the CONways to find a "Fide" motto term! The Crest uses a Moor head (obvious-to-me code for Rollo-Rus elements in Moray), the same as the black-on-white Moor heads of the Cannings. This is wild because this and much of what you're reading now was written before I came to the Pappenheim topic in the bin-Laden update, where I showed the Moor head in the "Arms of Pappenheim (if you've forgotten, the "kettle hats" in the Arms of a nearby location on the Altmuhl belonged to Pappenheims, thus making a Pappen link to MacAskells and Haskels).

Just checked "Connelly" to find them first at Paris!! Remember, the Paris surname uses unicorns, but so does the Cunningham Crest!!!! It's a cracker-jack day all over the place.

English Connellys? More white-on-black scallops, this time on what appears to be an engrailed Patrick saltire. An engrailed cross in the same colors is used by the Conings/Conans. "Cone" brings up an English clan in the same colors (even Conways use the same colors), as well as the German Cohen page showing a Coehnle variation that could link to "Connelly." The Cony Coat? White symbols on a black Shield once again. I have in the past traced the Cony Coat (surname first in Lincolnshire) to the Meschin Coat. Some Hohens (I think the ones from Nuremberg, near the Altmuhl) used black and white.

The Coniers/Conyers ('M'-shaped sleeve and a trefoil) were first in Durham, a place held by the Meschins, and close to York. Meschins had also held York titles.

Having said that, let's go back to the "CONstant and Faithful" motto term (indicating Con-like surname(s) in swan-infested Foetes) of the Cunns/Queens/Swans, not forgetting from the last update that le Meschin's son's surname. Gernon, uses a "CyFOETH motto term for Meschin elements in Foetes. We expect that the Constant/Constance surname should be related to the Cunns/Swans in Meschin-infested Foetes (I did, long before this topic, closely link Meschins of Cheshire to Ligurians), and what do we find but a red-on-gold eagle, the color of the Ferte eagle (i.e. Masseys/Maceys were from Ferte-Mace). When we enter, "Sion," what comes up but a Swan/Sweyne surname using the Macey and Mackay Shield, and swans to boot, with the motto: Fidelitas!!!

I'm sure that the SION/Swan lion design is exactly like the "Jewish" Levi lion, but I trace these Levis to the Laevi Ligurians on the Po, at Novara. I of course suspect that Novara was part of the Nevers line of blood from IXION and Nephele.

Nephele was the Nefertiti>Aphrodite cult. I discussed Nefertiti's trace to Nevers in the last update of April, where the heraldic nails of the Logans were linked to the Lohengrin swan line, which I'm repeating because the nails are through a red heart, a central symbol in the Sion/Swan Coat. The Heart/Harte/Cart/Art Coat uses a heart, white-on-red, and a "fideliter' motto term. That term is so common in my heraldic hunts that it's colossal to finally identify it as code for Foetes. That's how staggering Julie's lead to Foetes has been; otherwise, I might have been poking around for a pin in a haystack for centuries longer in getting to this main Bavarian thoroughfare of the dragon cult.

The Scottish Hearts/Herts (Pollock Shield?) are in the colors of the Herod/Hurl Coat. Both Shields are green. The MacAskell Shield is white and green (I mention this due to Herods and MacAskells both being first found on Skye and Lewis).

I neglected to mention earlier that the MacAskell write-up traces to "cauldron." Several years ago, it occurred to me that Chaldea and the related Khaldi were either named after a cauldron used in smelting metals (because the Khaldi and related Halybes are said to be inventors of iron), or vice versa. Then, many years later, I traced the Khaldi, without any thought of cauldrons, to McClouds (i.e. on Sky and Lewis). Is that not too coincidental? It's as though the cauldron root/symbol of the Khaldi was carried all the way to Skye and Lewis.

Remember, Nephele was Nefertiti>Aphrodite, and she was married to the mythical metal smith. I think this is very good evidence that McLeods are from the Khaldi...who I think became the Scottish Caledonians (as well as the Welsh Celts) that probably named the DunKELD dynasty. I would suggest that McLeods were at first more like "Cloud" than "Leod." I plan on investigating McLeod links to emperor Claudius, as per some online info claiming Claudius to have been a king-Herod bloodliner.

There is a Cauldron surname (in Cunningham colors), first found in Yorkshire (i.e. where I suspect a Cunningham branch). The Khaldi lived on the southern edge of Caucasia, where the Amazons lived whom Herodotus said were married to Gargarians, whom I assume were the Gorgons to the Parisii founders of Yorkshire. Yes, for those Amazons who married Gargarians then lived in Mysia, where Parion was located and founded/inhabited by Gorgons, which location I traced to mythical Paris of Troy (also in Mysia) and of course to Paris, France (named after the Parisii grail cult). None of this grail cult looks Israeli to me.

I'm reminded of Merlin myth where he, as code for peoples southern Wales, ventured to Scotland to lament the destruction of a people there, whom I identified (in "My Calydonian Boar Hunt" chapter) as Caledonians (whom I trace to "Khaldi"). Merlin myth also had a -like term, and when I entered that term just now, I got the Laevi and Sion/Swan lion. It's an Irish surname properly, "Considine." The typical black Shield of the Conn terms above is apparent. French Constantines are also the French Constances. But who were these Cons?

English Constantines use the Coning/Conan fleur-de-lys. The latter are said to be rooted in "rabbit," meaning that they were likely related to the rabbit-using Conys, the ones with a Shield like that of the Meschins.

Rather than trace the Constantines and/or Con-using clans to any emperor of that name, I would suggest that a trace to Foetes makes more sense because "the Latin 'Constantinus,' meaning 'steadfast and faithful.'" Some clans who made Faithful and fidelity their codes were, I feel sure, from Foetes, but by what coincidence do Constances/Constantines link to Foetes? Lake Constance, in southern Germany on the Austrian border. Foetes is also at the Austrian border!

The French Constance/Contens Coat has a distinct similarity with the French Contes/Comtes Coat, and both surnames were first found in Languedoc...not at all meaning necessarily that the clans were rooted in "comtes=count". I rather trace Constances and Contes to the Cotes/Cotts of Languedoc, the Cottians. In that very Cottian-Alp area was the Savoy house of Candie/Candida (i.e. like "Count"). The Laevi were not far away on the Po, and they can apply as per the Levi lions used in the Irish Constantine Coat.

The Candida Coat is in the colors of the English Constantine Coat. The Candel-using variation of the Candidas remind that Kyles once used candles in the same colors. (The Candy Coat uses what I guess are saltire crosses, the point being that they're in the white-on-red colors of the Savoy Coat.)

The Counts/Comitissas (apparently a branch of the Languedoc Contes/Comtes) were first found in Durham, where the Coniers/Conyers were first found. This can suggest that, whatever the Coniers and similar Cons were rooted in, some of them created a Count variation for the respect that it might bring them.

AHA!! Didn't I say that these Durham clans should be of the Cunningham branches expected in York? I just entered "Candel" as per the Candida variations, and they were first found in...Yorkshire! ZOWIE, I wrote that sentence while waiting for the Coat to load (the written details always show up first), only to find a fat red cross of the type used in the Savoy theater.

AND REMEMBER, the Cannings use the Conway Moor head so that Canns and Cons appear, at least in some cases, to be the same bloodline. The below tends to reveal just what those Moor heads stand for; here's part of the Cann/Caen (ostrich feathers) write-up: "The Domesday Book lists Cann Orchard in what is now Cornwall, as land held by Aelfric, an undertenant of the Count of Mortain." Then, the Candel write-up: "In the Domesday Book survey taken in 1086 the village of Cundall was held by Alured from the Count of Mortain. Conjecturally the Cundalls are descended from this Norman noble." Both Canns and Candels trace to the count of Mortain, a Moor-based family quite apparently.

The Con-using clans that were linked to Cottians above were done so on conjectural evidence, but look, the Canns/Caens use the same lattice as the Languedoc Cotts/Cotes!!!

While the Moor-using Cannings use a "Dum" motto term, see the Mortaine/Moorton write-up: "Mortaine was originally found in Cheshire, but by the 12th century most of the fmaily [sic] had moved to DUMfries [caps mine] in Scotland."

Therefore, not surprisingly, Cannings and Canns/Caens were the same Mortaine-based bloodline...but the same Cottians as the Cotes/Cotts. What's being tread upon now must involve my years-old Rollo-Rus (= Sinclairs) trace from the house of Candida to More and Moray. Yes, for the gold Mortaine rooster -- the Sinclair-Crest symbol too -- attests to that.

I just didn't know until now that Candida was a Cottian house, and didn't know (my soft brain can't recall, anyway) that the Rollo Rus had been from Cottians. In the recent past, I identified the Languedoc Constances as Cottians, but didn't know until now that "Con" surnames appear to develop from Cottians. I assume that with the wave of Ligurians to Foetes, Cottians got to Lake Constance.

I don't emphasize it much, but Meschins had ancestry in Contevilles, who were also Burgs. Meschins were from John d'Burgos, who's son (a Conteville) married the Conqueror's (= a Sinclair) mother. She was Herleva de Falaise (a Hurl-like term), and her marriage to Herluin de Conteville (another Hurl-like term) produced the Conteville that married a Gos who produced the Gos/Gois-surnamed mother of . I mention the Contevilles now because I just entered "Ville" to check for possible links to the Counts and/or Contes', and behold the Villes were first found in Languedoc, where the Contes surname was first found!

The Villes use a "purple flag" officially, and that might link to the Flags/Flecks, who I trace to the Samson and Meschin scallops depicting the Sicilian Sinclairs that had joined the Moors in the first place. I'm referring to the Guiscard-branch Sinclairs (it's known that Robert and Roger Guiscard were from Rollo's line), and it just so happens that I traced "Guis(card)/Wis(card)" to the "VISContis," a clan beside the Savoys and Cottians! Moreover, there is an image online (Wikipedia showed it once) with a lattice design on the stockings of one of the Sicilian Guiscards. Then, compare "GUISCard" with "Gos/GOIS while keeping in mind that Contevilles married the Gos/Gois line.

I had been wondering, without finding conclusive evidence, whether Viscontis were named in-part after Conte(villes). It now looks rather good for such a link. I kid you not that all the above was already written when I entered "Conti." It's the same lion used by the Ville Coat!!! Therefore, Contevilles were two related Languedoc clans merged together.

AND, I tentatively traced the Burgos to Burgundians, who were to the west side of the Cottians, more or less. My suspicion is that these Burgos were the Ebros part of the Ixion=Kikon cult of Nibelungs.

That reminds me that, before coming to the Burgos topic here, while I was viewing the Coat of the Yorkshire Candels (from Candida, remember), I took notice that it's fat red cross on gold was the symbol of the Irish Burghs, and it was then that the Conteville topic started to twitch away at my brain. Therefore, what is very hard to find online, that Burgos were Contevilles, is now clinched, and moreover it's clinched that Contevilles were from Languedoc's Cottians...which then lends good evidence to a Burgundian identity for the Burgs...especially as French Burgs, using a Coat similar to the Burghs above, were likewise first found in Languedoc.

From the last update of April:

You probably know that Magdalene holy-grail lore came out of Languedoc, and so see that the Cotts were first found in Languedoc...suggesting that the WestCOTT grail symbol is from the Magdalene cult. And that could be why the Westcott Shield looks like the Brittany Allen/Alan Shield, for I had identified the MagDALENE cult as code for the D'Allen clan.

I had neglected to say that the common symbol between the two Coats, and shared by the Hort Coat, is a "fess," a symbol like "Fussen."

That should explain why the Constant/Constance/Contens Coat uses the Germo-Austrian Dallen/Dahl pine tree. The Dale Coat, I repeat, uses a swan, the same swan as the Germo-SwissHoch/Hok surname (lake Constance is on the German-Austrian-Swiss border). The Hochs/Hoks use a Yoke variation that may have derived from the "York" Gorgons=Gogi. The Hoke/Hook Coat could be the Bellamy Shield, not forgetting that the Bellovesus Gauls (= Bellamy ancestors) were from the same general area of France as the Cottians.

I can't fill in all the blanks. If you see anything significant that I may have missed, consider letting me know.

It was not my idea in any of this update, as it veered into the Cottians at the root of the Magdalene holy grail, to link them to the Catti. It just so happens that, several years ago, I ventured to identify the pagan holy grail with the Cati of Cilicia as they evolved into the German Catti. None of these things means that I'm a genius, for God chooses servants with soft brains so that He can better pop His ideas in. This is God's revelation (I'd be a fool to take the credit), and it SHALL BEAR FRUIT, as He has decided it should, and I rejoice beforehand in what fruit it will bear.

Watch your royale jackass, Nicholas de Vere. God is coming to pierce the dragon, and it's prince, and all other dreamers who mistaken God's Church for a Luciferian occult.

On another track, the video below was shared by FE several wekks ago, of a Seventh Day Adventist speaking against occult symbols, bogus charismatics, etc. I think it's that video which claims to show Benny Hinn on secret video passing cocaine around to guests at his house party. If it's not that video, click other videos by the same man.

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Especially for new or confused readers,
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(The pages to which the links below led are working now.)

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.