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I WANT YOU TO UNDERSTAND THAT GOD HAS TOLERATED MY BEING PAINFULLY ALONE THESE MANY YEARS SO THAT I COULD DO ALL THE WORK NECESSARY TO EXPLAIN THE THINGS IN THIS UPDATE. NO WIFE WOULD HAVE TOLERATED THE TIME I'VE SPENT HERE AT THE KEYBOARDS (I go though one every year or so because letters wear right off. There is zero 'A' left on this one, and only a smidgen of the other common letters, this representing my sacrifices for you. Harken ye skimmers).

I do not say that this page is unrelated to the rise of the anti-Christ in Iraq. It's a very long page, written not just for those who may be reading this week, but for anyone who might venture to the page in the coming years. Even Freemasons will be shocked to see just where their cult originates. There are many good points to be had and more to glean from this page. It's all making greater sense now, at least in my mind. Hope you're not too confused.

In the past couple of updates, the Halland topic has been rising. Late in this update, that Halland nobles of Norway are going to be discovered as a Sinclair line aside from the Rollo line, although I'm not yet sure whether to call it a Sinclair line properly. The Halland-line link to Malahule's line will be shown satisfactorily, late in the update. Until then, a picture had to be drawn first. It started with a string of four Cauley- and Hall-related emails from emailer Patterson. Here's one:

You wouldn't believe what else I've uncovered...First, the Hall's (can't remember if I sent you this) were originally Fitzwilliam's. There is even a FitzWilliam Hall surname still around. The FitzWilliam's were from FitzGoderic [late in the update, Goders will be linked to the Hitler bloodline]. FitzGoderic from Ketelborn. To make a long story short, my Hall's are descended directly through Earl William FitzWilliam. This is my lineage on the Hall side:
Ketelborn FitzKetelborn m. Emma De Solabis
Son Godric FitzKetelborn m. Ella De Warenne
Son William FitzGodric m. Albreda De Lisoures
Son William FitzWilliam m. Adela Plantagenet, daughter of Hamelin Plantagenet and Isabel De Warenne

And this goes on down to the first Earl William FitzWilliam, who's second son named the Hall's.
Which comes directly to my Hall's.

I wrote back after reading the four emails:

Yeah, I remember linking the Patterson camel to the Cammels/Campbells, and I do see that the William Coat uses the Campbell symbol. The William surname (I did notice the talbot dog in Crest)...The vikings that you say are at the root of the Pats [she said this in another email] could therefore be the ones that provided the Malahule and Rollo lines...

Did you happen to note the Cauley write-up where it says that they were hereditary physicians to the powerful Malleys [implying a Hall link to MALAhule]? Did you read today's update [the last one] where the "Malcolm/Malcallam" surname was linked both to the Hallam=Halland clan and to MALahule?...

...I seed some Bellamy>Fleming evidence in the other Coats you shared [in another of her emails, she showed that Cauleys were from the Fergus>Alpin line], and "Fergus" might be a Ferte-and-Gos combination term [by now I'm sure that Freemasonry is all about Fertes]. In fact, the Irish Fergus Shield is the Bellamy Shield, and Bellamys did live in Ferte-Mace [the Ferguson variation and then the Massey-Ferguson company didn't strike me at the time; compare "Ferte-Mace" with "Freemason"]. I traced Bellamys to Gauls, and some Cauley variations do look like "Gaul." Perhaps Halls and Hulls [both use talbots like the Williams] were named after Gauls. Scottish Cauleys use a "periculum" motto term while Bellamys were in Perche before they moved to Ferte-Mace. I had traced the Melusine-depicted Veres to MacAlpin and Fergus, but I didn't know back then that Veres and Masseys/Maceys were one and the same, virtually.

...We really do need to take write-ups with a grain of salt, or better yet with some attuned intuition. The "Carrick" term in the Irish [Fergus] write-up is said to mean "rock of Fergus," but then the Carrick Coat uses talbots. Very Hall conspicuous, is it not, meaning that Cauleys/Auleys do look like Halls, and that Halls linked to Carricks, which is not unreasonable where Carricks were of the Ayrshire theater, where Campbells were roughly first found. You may know that I traced the Vere-Meschins of Cheshire to Carricks.

The Irish Fleming Coat uses kettle hats in the colors of the Pappenheim kettle hats [the Flemings don't call them as such, however, but call them "vair"; compare the Fleming Chief checks to the checks in the French Vair Coat]...There is no doubt [when we compare Coats] that Halls merged with [German] Papes and were linked in that way to the Pappenheims [this is all so new to me and extremely meaningful; I'll add here that Scottish Papes (Cohen-like checks in the colors of the old Arms of Denmark] were first in Caithness, where the Halland nobles of Norway were granted power]. As I see Pappenheims as Babenbergs, note that Bebbanburghs of Scotland were Bernicians, for Scottish Cauleys are said to be Bernicians. As I link Babenbergs of Bavaria to Hohens of Bavaria/Swabia, note the Hohen checks in the Scottish Cauley Coat, and the Hohenzollern black-and-white quartered Shield [i.e. Cauley use the same]. Hohenzollerns were black and white [specifically] in Nuremburg, in the Altmuhl river theater...that I had traced the MalaHules and Halls to.

The Arms of Bavaria also use a black-on-gold lion, the color of the Hohen lions, and the color of the Flanders lion. I believe that the Bavarian lion was also that of the Wittelsbachs (Regensberg, on the Danube not far upstream from Budapest), which lion I had traced to the Uat/Buto/Bast cult in Budapest, a cult that was traced to Nahorites of the Nile. I have the feeling that Nuremburg was named by Nahorites.

I should have added that the Cauley motto in full is "Dulce Periculum," and that the Dulce term could very well be code foe the Dulles/Dallas surname because it uses exactly the , the latter known to be a major Flemish clan. That is, where we identify "Bellamy" (at Perche) as the root of "Vlaam=Flem(ing)," it makes sense that the Dulce term should be code for a Fleming line. Although I've never found any direct evidence that Bellamys named Flemings (I don't know whether anyone knows this to be true), the idea always seems to work well circumstantially, and I think it is of utmost importance in understanding FreeMasonic identity.

I traced Biggars to "Biharia" on/near the Mures in Transylvania, the river upon which the city of Rhegan is located to which I traced Ragnvald of More, brother of Malahule. There is definitely a Khazar component in the Cauley and Hall story, which can be expected where the Varangians of Kiev merged with some Khazars. Later, we'll see that the Halland ruler was in Kiev under the protection of Varangians. Why the Varangians? Because Bernicians were of the Varangian family, and rooted in Hohen-controlled Germany (the Cohen/Kagan and Hohen surnames were Khazars; there is no difference between the French Vair Coat and the Hohen Coat).

Cauleys (also "Auleys") use white-on-red stars, which was commented upon a year or two ago as the Kyle star in colors reversed. That is, Cauleys and Kyles appeared to be the same clan, evidenced further by similarity of terms.

The Dulles' and Biggars use stars in Kyle-star colors, adding to the evidence that Cauleys were Kyles/Coles. The MacCalls, who use stars in Kyle-star colors, are also MacColes. I now see that MacCalls are also MacAULs, wherefore the Auleys/Cauleys now under investigation by emailer Patterson were indeed part of the Kyle bloodline. I have always maintained that Kyles are a major Illuminati family (not all branches/members, of course, for not all are so foolish and mischievous).

The Carricks were first in Ayrshire where the Kyles were prolific, and as the Halls are suspect as merging with Carricks due to both using talbots, I'd suggest a (C)Auley=Hall=Kyle equation.

Kyles and related Coles were traced (by me) to the mythical KOLODziej character of Poland. Therefore, the "Callide" motto term of the Cauleys may trace to KOLOD elements just because the Cauleys were Kyles. I am quite certain that Colters trace to Kolod elements, but I also suggested the Celt/Colt and Kelt surnames of Perthshire. The Holders could only be suspected in that trace, but I wasn't able to make the link to "Kolod" definitively. Below, however, we will see that the Cauleys link to Bavarian Oettingens that trace to Holderness elements in Yorkshire, where Hallams/Hallands were first found.

As we now know, thanks to emailer Patterson's email, that Auleys were of the CampBELLs, note that the latter were first found in Argyllshire (beside Kyles in Ayrshire), for the MacCalls/Aules were likewise first found in Argyllshire, thus clinching, apparently, the MacCall link to Cauleys/Auleys. AND, the MacCall Coat uses a blue-on-white pheon (arrow/spear head), the colors of the Celt-surname pheon.

It has made good sense to me that "Argyllshire" traces to Atlantean elements from Argos, but just now I saw that the term could be read as ArKYLEshire.

"Kettle hats" is a phrase used at Wikipedia (in describing the Arms of WEISsenburg-Gunzenhausen) for the bell pattern used by solely/fully in the Shield of the AnKETILS/Haskels. It's therefore obvious who the kettle hats refer to. The kettle hats are used in a region on the Altmuhl river, and it's said that these hats belong to Pappenheims. Then, as per the Hall and Hull talbots in the Pape Coat, it's made obvious that Halls were related, not just to Pappenheims, but to Anketills. That explains pointedly why emailer Patterson traces Halls to the Ketelborn surname. However, she apparently did not know about the kettle hats of the Altmuhl theater, nor of my link of them to AnKetills, when she sent her email telling that Halls were from Ketelborns.

Remember if you've been following this topic: Malahule's grandson was Ancitel. There were others with that name, but there is every indication that the Haskel kettle hats ate of the Malahule>Ancitel bloodline...that did not go to Rollo except for it going through Malahule's brother (Ragnvald). Or, such is it usually said by historians, that Ragnvald was Rollo's father.

Look at the official names of the Franconian-Rake "points": "Since then the points - also called Rechen, rake, in German - have come to be seen as a symbol for Franconia as a whole..." Earlier in the article: "Bavaria: lozengy of white and blue: These are the arms of the Wittelsbach family that ruled Bavaria for nearly a millennium until the monarchies in Germany were abolished in 1918. The arms were inherited by the Wittelsbachs from the counts of Bogen - whose possessions were near the Danube river around REGENsburg - in the 13th century "(caps mine)

There might not be any proof that vikings with the Ragnvald name were in honor of Regensberg elements had the Malahule and related Halland lines not been traces, faintly enough to begin with, anyway, to the Altmuhl theater (see map of Altmuhl).

Sure enough, as per the Franconian points, the Point(er) surname uses...points, technically called "piles" as code for the Pile surname. This not only means that the Franconian Rake is linked to the Pointer clan, but that the Guiscard piles are evidence of Guiscard relations with the Pointer family. I did trace Guiscards, with obscure ancestry but said to be of the Rollo family, to Pattersons/Cassanes and Kissanes/Guissanes.

I should jot down that the Giron Coat (in Gernon colors) looks like the Franconian Rake, while the Campbell and William Shield design is called, "gyronny."

Who were the Pointers? Why were they so important in Franconia? The Poynter variation may suggest Paynes/Paines and/or Payens! As these clans were just linked to Malahule's son (Balso D'EsPAINES), the Pointers definitely seem to link to Malahule too. We now have two reasons for identifying the Franconian Rake=Rechen with the Malahule-Ragnvald family to Sinclairs, suggesting that their father, Eystein of More, was from elements (or components) in Bavaria. (I don't think it's coincidental that both Moray and Bavaria are blue and white).

While there is no Rechen Coat, the Rake Coat uses an engrailed chevron in the colors of the engrailed Sinclair cross. Moreover, the Rake motto term, "Honestum," is well-reflected by the "Honeste" motto term of the English Cauleys, who use Rake and Sinclair colors. Not to be outdone, I entered "Rech" (vyvern dragon) to find a Rich surname, which evoked the Richards of the Rollo line in Normandy. Entering "Richard," what was found but an "Honore et Amore" motto term (note the code for the More location)! The last two sentences were inserted here days after the other parts of this paragraph.

LOOK. The Richard lion is in the blue-on-white colors of the Hallam/Halland lion, and zowie the Richards were also first found in Yorkshire! Excellent proof for the hunch that Hallands and Sinclairs were one bloodline. In fact, there are two Saint Coats, one showing the standard Saint Clair=Sinclair Coat, and another first found in Yorkshire.

French Richards use stars in the colors of the Moray stars, and like the "amore" motto term of the English Richards, the French branch use "Aimer" for the entire motto. Later, near the very end of this update, where I show the true meaning of "Freemason," you will see that both surnames which combine to make that term use the Richard-colored lion, and moreover both bloodlines were involved as founders of Moray.

The German Richard/Reichard surname? First found in Bavaria!!! That's now the third indication that the Sinclair line was in the Altmuhl theater. Later, the Hitler surname (Nazis were from the Altmuhl theater too) enter the Halland-bloodline picture, wherefore the Nazi use of "Reich" seems Richard-conspicuous. AND, as the French Richards were first found in Brittany, my trace of "Thule" (the Rosicrucian organization that Nazis belonged to) to "Dol" comes to mind.

In fact, all the while as I wrote this update, it was not in my mind that I had traced the Stewart line in Dol back to vikings of the Shetland-Caithness theater. Chances are, the Hallands are just the Alans of Dol!

The Pointer Crest is said to be "An arm bendways...", evoking the bend code discussed in the last update that pertained to Hall-related clans. SURPRISE...the fact that the Bends/Bents use besants is excellent, for the bend code in the last update was shown specifically as codes used by the Bessin and Bessin clans, while I had identified (years ago) the besant symbol as code for Bessin elements!

The Bend/Bent surname (of Cheshire and Lancaster) was traced (by me) months/years ago to Lancelot's mythical father, Ban(t). It uses a motto that I've traced to the Cheshire Demeres and Meres who both use ship that I have good reason for tracing to the ship in the Arms of Shetland.

The Regens (Irish) use the same dolphin design as the Cheshire Marleys, and both use the same-colored Shield. In the last update, I fell upon the Mallibones (Massey-like Shield) of Cheshire when entering "Mall" (seeking Malahule-honoring clans), and it was shared that Mallibones were also Marleybones. The Malleys (found in the Cauley write-up to be closely associated/related) are in Mallibone colors (!), as expected if Halls=Cauleys were linked to Malahule and/or Ragnvald.

To put this another way, the Regen surname is a Ragnvald line to Marleys, while Mallibones were a line from Malahule, explaining why there were Marleybones in the Mallibone family. If you'd been reading recently, you'd understand that these viking lines were linked to the Skull and Bones secret societies, the human pestilence of the end-time planet.

Just after writing the paragraph above, to make a longish incident short, it dawned on me that Saint Clares may have been Cauleys of a Caulere spelling. It led to the Calere/Calyer Coat, with a bull. It took me a few seconds to recall whose bull it was, the Cole bull (Cole motto uses "regem"). Could this mean that Kyles and Coles were Sinclairs too?

The Calere Coat showed no signs of Sinclair symbol, however. The description of the Crest: A sheaf of arrows entwined with a serpent. The Kyles use an anchor entwined with a serpent. I noted that Cauleys use arrows, but in any case arrows were not at all useful for making a Sinclair link...until I entered "Arrow" to find the fat Sinclair Cross!!!

The Arrows are the Arras bloodline from Artois, said in the write-up to be a Carloviginian (= Carolingian) bloodline...known to be rooted in PEPENid Merovingians! It's all too-certain in my mind that Hall links to Papes and Pappenheims were links to just those Pepinid Merovingians.

What else could a "sheaf of arrows" be code for, since there is no Sheaf Coat? The Shaws/Sheaves came to mind, whom I've discussed many times. And the Sheaves/Shaw Crest? Two bunches of crossed arrows pointing down JUST LIKE THE TWO CROSSED ARROWS IN THE CAULEY COAT!!! It means many things, but first off it tends to prove that Clare-like Caleres were in fact Cauleys It not only means that Clares were Cauleys but that Clares were from the Norwegian rulers of Halland.

Does this mean that my previous trace of "Clare" to "Claver" is out to lunch? Not if the key in the Claver Crest can help it, for the Italian Sheaves use...keys!

This part of the update, starting with the Calere topic, is an insert after most of the update was finished. Late in the work, I found that the Halland bloodline want as far back as an Ivar, when no further documentation exists. I found that Ivar and his descendants had clans honoring their names. The Clavers are also Clivars. I was more convinced that Ivar's Halland bloodline was an offshoot of Malahule's because the latter was also descended from an Ivar. I'd guess that Clavers were Hallands from Ivar's honor. Were Clavers the idea of Cauley-Ivars or Calere-Ivars?

Later below I'll show that the Da Vinci grail cult was just the fleur-de-lys cult from the French-Belgian border...where Artois was located. After making that trace, I found (and explained) evidence of a Halland-bloodline trace to sacred Tournai of that same Belgian theater, and it's known that the Pepinids/Carolingians were from that area. But Clovis, the reported founder of the fleur-de-lys, moved the Frank capital from Tournai to Paris, suggesting that Clovis was also from Tournai elements.

One point is: I found that Tournai (sounds like "Taurus" and "tower") was depicted both with a bull while the surname uses a tower. I'll give far below a trace of tower-using surnames to the Halland bloodline, which trace eventually came to Tournai...before the above on Tournai was written (i.e. I'm not trying to make things fit by a slights of writer's magic). That tower topic started with the Moratin (= Mauritanian/Moor) tower used also by the Tower clan. THE GREAT POINT now is: 1) the Claver/Clivar Coat uses the same tower; tending to trace Clavers to the Guiscard-related Moors, and as proof that "Clivar" was in honor of "Ivar," the Ivar Coat shows a Wishart/Guiscard-like motto term

PROBLEM. I had traced "Clovis" to the Claver surname, and the Dutch Claver Coat even uses code, I thought, for "Clovis." That idea might now be put aside, for if "Clivar" is rooted in "Ivar," then how can it be rooted also in "Clovis"? Yet, the logic of a trace of the Claver tower to Tourney implies that Clovis could have been related to Clavers. Apparently, Cauleys and Caleres were Merovingians, for that jibes with the Pepin-like surnames to which Hall(and)s are definitely related. Perhaps a Clovis-honoring bloodline became merged with, or wholly evolved into, the Halland viking line of Ivar. The Clovis-honoring line then combined "Clovis" with "Ivar" to form "Clivar." In the meantime, perhaps, other Clovis/Chlode-like clans separately became the Cauleys, Caleres, Kolods, etc. But I have no predisposition or special compulsion for linking "Cauley" to "Clovis" even if Cauleys derived from the Clovis bloodline.

Next point. Irish Shaws use clovers, though they are often called "trefoils." The Scottish Shaws use grails, and as the Sheaves/Shaws were just shown to be linked, not just to Caleres, but to to clover-using Clavers, the world-class festering idea comes to mind that Clovis was a major representative of a holy-grail bloodline. For those who don't know, the idea that Jesus had relations with Mary Magdalene to produce a lineage to Merovingians is an idea promoted also by the so-called "Da Vinci Code." When I show below the Da-Vinci link to the fleur-de-lys from the Artois theater, I'll mention a "vincit" motto term of a Lys-like surname. The point in this insert is that Sheaves/Shaws uses "vincit"!

Thus, with a motto term like that plus grail symbols, it seems obvious that Shaws/Sheaths/Sheaves were/are part of the Magdalene hoax/lie. I've just noticed, as per the "sheath" symbol of the Caleres, that Scottish Shaws are also "Sheathanaich." [End insert]

LOOK UNBELIEVERS! I know that readers scratch their heads for the way I make links. I had traced Sullivans to the Salyes Ligurians on the Durance river, and I also traced the Duran(t) surname to that river. Now I have better evidence than ever in the Malley Coat, for not only does it use the Sullivan boar design, but the same ship design used by French Duran Coat!! The latter clan was first found in Dauphine, near the Durance river.

This paragraph is another insert, for while on the Ivar investigation below, I looked at "Ivan," and then happened to see an "Ivan" in "Sullivan." I was able to link the rare Ivan (property "Evans") lion design by "pure chance" to the same lion used by a surname honoring the Ivar-Halland line. In short, it means that "Sullivan" is expected to depict a merger of the Salyes Ligurians (whom I traced to the Sales surname of Salop) with Ivar's viking bloodline. The point is, both Sullivans and Ivars use boars, and the Sullivan stag is almost the Ivan/Evens stage. It could even be that "Sull" and "Cauley" are related terms since after all Malleys (who definitely trace to Salyes Ligurians) are in the Cauley write-up. I had traced "Salop" both to the Salyes>Sales who lived there, but to "Clap(ton)." It's not necessarily a contradiction, for Claps may have been Clavers/Clivars...whose Ivar side was just traced to the Salyes Ligurians. [End insert]

As per the Cauley trace made earlier above to Fertes and Bellamys, note not only that Bellovesus and his fighters lived in Dauphine before they invaded northern Italy, but that the French Duran Coat uses the motto phrase, "Fert Patriae." Moreover, the Malleys use their [Sullivan] boar in Vere-Coat colors, and Veres and Weirs likewise use the same boar design in their Crests. The Mallibone Shield is not only colors reversed from the Massey Shield, but of the Vere Shield. The Vere Coat uses the so-called Vere star, in the colors of the Cauley stars, and the Shield upon which the Cauley stars are found happens to be a quartered Coat, as are the Vere and Malley Shields. As Veres claim to have been Merovingians, we are definitely treading on the filthy cup of slaughter in the name of Christ.

The Malley clan is said to derive in "Maile," and when we enter "Mail," another Cheshire clan comes up. The Mail, Mallibones/Marleybones, and Marley Coats all use a black diagonal bar in the same direction. [INSERT!!! When I wrote this, I was days away from the Ivar topic, when finding that the Ivar Coat uses the same black diagonal bar. In fact, the Ivar Coat is an obvious match with the Mallibone Coat!!! Only the Shield colors are reversed. It means that Mallibones trace to an Ivar, either the Halland-related Ivar, or to the Ivar in Malahule's ancestry, or both! The Sales surname (they were anciently styled "of Mascy") uses such a black bar too, supporting yet again an Ivar trace to the Salyes Ligurians. The Bessin Coat uses such a bar, and also the Ivar-like Baring surname (Shield filled with checks in Mallibone/Ivar-Shield colors). That reminds me that a Bar-using surname (can't recall spelling) of Cheshire was also styled, "of Mascy." End Insert]

The Mails and Mallibones may be linked to "Mel(usine)." I have that hunch strongly now. I recently traced the Veres and Masseys to Poland's Massovia because that locations capital, Warsaw, uses the Melusine symbol (the English Massins/Masons also use Melusine). Therefore, since English Masseys were first found in Cheshire, the Mails, Malleys, and/or Mallibones might just have been the under-pinnings of the Melusine term. The inhabitants of Lusignan (France) were/are called Melusines, but then we do see an "Me" added to "Lusignan" to derive "Melusine." Why? Shouldn't it have been added to indicate a Mel entity that was linked to Lusignan elements? As a suggestion in identifying the Mel entity, both the Portuguese Melos and the English Mell (mascle/fret) Coats are in Vere colors, the Melos having all three Vere-Coat colors.

As we now know from emailer Patterson's email that the Halls were from Ketelborns, note that there could be codes to the Mallibones in the Ketel/Kettle Coat's motto: "Bono vince malum." The Ketel write-up clearly traces to the AnKetill term found in the kettle-hat-using Haskel write-up.

I had almost missed the following: the Ketels/Kettles not only use stag heads, which is the Celt-surname symbol, but Ketels/Kettles were likewise (as with the Celts clan) first found in Perthshire. The Ketels may therefore have been named as per a consonant reversal from "Celt," but it's not acceptable to trace "Ketel" to "Celt." Rather, I say that Ketels trace to "Catti" elements who adopted an 'l' ending.

A long-standing hunch has been that Cheshire's Chees/Cheatles/Chettles (who apparently named Cheshire) are a Ketel/Kettle branch. I've traced the Ketel/Kettle stag head to the Keith/Keath stag head (suggesting that Keiths=Kettles), and that jibed well with my trace of the Keith Catti (so says the Keith write-up) to the Hesse Catti. Evidence for equating Cheatles/Chettles with Ketels/Kettles is the Ketel motto in honor, apparently, of the Cheshire Mallibones.

If you're convinced that Keiths were Ketels, then we can prove further that the Ketel>Hall line was Flemish, for Keath-like Seatons use the Fleming double border (this is widely understood), and a flame symbol as well in their Crest. The SEATons were first in Lothian, you see, where the Keiths/KEAThs were first found. Seatons/Satans and Keiths both use red and gold, AND, I've just learned by re-loading the Keith Coat, the Keith motto, "Veritas vincit," reflects the Ketel motto: "Bono vince malum."

If you only just started to get the impression that the "vincit" motto term is specifically for the holy grail cult, and for the real guts behind the Da-Vinci-code liars, let me repeat that I traced the pagan grail firstly, many years ago, to the Catti peoples (from Cadmus). And there above we have two vince terms from two Catti surnames. The Vince/Vinch surname (dragons, nothing Jesus-like) appears to apply to the Catti peoples, therefore. But there is another vincit motto term below that's going to blow the real Da-Vinci code wide open, and it's going to reveal that Leonardo da Vinci himself played Masonic word games.

It's enormous that the Hall clan traces once again to the typical clans I see in the grail dragon cult. This Hall bloodline was something that emailer Patterson was holding up her sleeve all this time. Neither of us knew what great significance it would have in unveiling the missing pieces to all that I was headed toward. "Acts of God" like this speed things up for us where readers are no-doubt tired of waiting to see where it's all going. I get tired too.

Consider the Constant(ine) topic in the last update. Constantine of Scotland was not on my mind then, but there was on who was cousin, and another who was grandfather, to Malcolm I. I now suspect the latter to have been named after both entities that created the Malahule name. "Malcolm" was more-properly "Mael Coluim," and when we enter "Mael," the Cheshire Mails/Meles turn up again. The early Scottish kings ruled often at Moray, and so we see Melusine in the Moray-surname Crest.

This can not only support the hunch above, that the Cheshire Mails/Meles/Maels were the underpinnings of Melusine, but it can serve to reveal that Malcolm I was from Cheshire elements. That's not so far fetched at all, and later in this update I happen to show that the founders of Moray were just the Masseys of Cheshire as they had merged with the Hesse Catti. It's all going to make sense.

Wikipedia categorizes Malcolm I under the Alpin dynasty, and Nicholas de Vere claimed that Melusine was the "Elvin" princess, a term that I traced to the king Alpin...the same one at the root of Malcolm's bloodline! Therefore, Fergus (I read that as, Fer-Gos) was suggested (long ago) as the Vere bloodline to Anjou and nearby Lusignan (which were on the outskirts of gus-like Gascony).

But I had traced Veres also to the Italian Ferraris, and it just so happens that houseofnames shows a Portuguese Ferrari clan, which I say because the Melos clan mentioned above is Portuguese. There's more to this than meets the eye at this point. The Vere write-up says that they stemmed into Oxford from an Aubri de Ver, and it just so happens that there is a Portuguese Abreu surname shown. The Italian Abreu Coat uses all three Vere colors, and I traced the Abreus to the Ver (Normandy) region, at Evreux.

Nicholas de Vere claims that Melusine had a son, Milos de Ver, count of Anjou/Angers, now suggesting that this line incorporated the Mal entity of "Malcolm." A trace of "Malcolm" to Cheshire Maels and to the Masseys of Cheshire is extremely supportive of a Malcolm trace back to north-African Amazons (because Masseys were Meshwesh Amazons). Later, when I begin to tell of a trace of north-African Tuaregs (also Amazons) to tower symbols in European heraldry, the motive behind the trace is to show that Mali-associated Tuaregs named Malahule...and therefore Malcolm. Yes, I'm referring to the nation of Mali in the Mauritanian theater.

I wouldn't have written the paragraph above if it were not for the point, which is this: not long ago, I considered a trace of "Tuareg" to "Torcy," a French location also called, "Torville." It was to this place that, several years ago, I had confidently traced Ingelger's unknown ancestry. Ingelger was the father of the Fulk counts of Anjou, and because Nicholas de Vere claims that Milo was the Anjou count before the Fulks arrived, I figured (years ago, long before this Mal topic) that the Vere counts of Anjou could be found in Ingelger's family. What I'm saying is that the attempted Tuareg trace to the Mal terms days ago had nothing to do with Torcy or Ingelger, and yet it dawns on me now that the Tuareg trace to Torcy involved a search for a "Milo."

I'm sure that if Milo was a myth-code creation, the Veres who created it were thinking of Miletus. My theory is that Miletus elements, as they spread across north-Africa (so the Irish myths maintain) to found the Irish peoples, they formed the nation of Mali and/or other similar entities that later named Malcolm and Malahule.

As you can witness the two Vere-like codes in the Vere motto, so see the "virtus" in the Irish Miles Coat, a Coat that's not only in all three Vere-Coat colors, but with ermines, the symbol of the Brittany Veres (i.e. "Rainfrou"...who I think was code for Vere elements in Rennes).

If you read the last update on the Constant(ine) topic, you may know that the Canns/Caens (lattice) and other Can/Con terms were investigated (along with Constantines) for links to grail-line Cottians. The Can/Con clans linked naturally (via their codes) to the Moors among Sinclairs, as well as to Yorkshire branches of Cunninghams. Therefore, see the English Miles (more ermines) write-up: "This distinguished family descended from Miles, who was the Marshall of Duke William and who held lands at Caen..."

What do you see? I didn't have Constantine, grandfather or cousin of Malcolm I, on the brain during that Can/Con investigation. I didn't even realize yet that Malcolm I was a component of the Vere-Melusine line. I now find that the Milos clan, showing multiple signs of Vere linkage, traces to the very Caen term that brought up the Moors. Here's what was said:

The Counts/Comitissas (apparently a branch of the Languedoc Contes/Comtes) were first found in Durham, where the Coniers/Conyers were first found...

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!...

AND REMEMBER, the Cannings use the Conway Moor head so that Canns[/Caens] 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...

I went on to quote from the Caen and Candel write-ups showing both clans having ancestry in the count of Mortaine...a Moratin/Mauritanian term if ever we saw one. This situation is viable for claiming that the Miles clan in Caen was from Miletus elements of north Africa, and that they were also Moors of north-Africa in a migration to Durham and nearby Yorkshire...where the Hallams/Halland were first found that I think named the Malcolm/MalCALLAM clan.

Look at the family tree of Mael Coluim (Malcolm I), and see the character, Mael Muire. The Muir term brings up the More/Moor Coat with white-skinned Moor head (officially called a "Saracen's head." Mael Muire is shown as the brother of Constantine, grandfather of Malcolm I. Mael Muire is shown married to an Aed, and his own brother is also called, Aed, who himself names a son Constantine, who in turn puts forth a ruling family in Moray i.e. Cellech, whom Malcolm I killed...and by that act, I assume, took over Moray.

ZOWIE, I accidentally typed "Nuir" seeking the Muir Coat and what popped up but Melusine exactly as she is displayed in the Moray Crest. The clan is also Nair and Neir, and was first found in Perth. The surname sounds like "nero," black. In that picture, the Melusine cult was strictly from North Africa. As Melusine proper was depicted in European lore with a dragon's tail, and only sometimes with a fish tail, I'd say that she depicted the Gorgons, traditionally given snakes for hair.

In the Mackay article below, where the writer speaks on a Mackay trace to Japheth son on Noah (red flag there), see that the Aed names at Moray were Mackays somehow. "This is possible by tracing the ancestry of Lulach, whose daughter married Aed, Earl of Moray, and the earliest of the MacKay Chiefs on record. No records exist to provide the exact forebears of Aed, but it is known that he descends from a Norse-Pictish ancestry." In a list of Mackay branches, we find: "...Dutch Mackays, Swedish Mackays - now von Key, Galloway Mackays, Argyle and Western Mackays, Erchar or Vic Farquhar, Polson Achmonie Mackays, Mackie, Mack, and the three different forms of the name Iyeson or Mackay: Ison, Eason, and Esson."

The Iyeson and Eason variations sound like "Eystein," father of Malahule, not necessarily meaning that Mackays were from Eystein, for it could have been the other way around, with Eystein being named in honor of the Iyeson line/tribe. The point is, I have not been sharp on Mackay roots at all, and was only assuming that they ruled at Moray with circumstantial evidence. This article above states it matter-of-factly. I could care less about that rule at Moray if it were not thought (by me) to be integral to Masonry, and so one large point here is that Mackays, as goes my personal claim for like Masseys (i.e. no one else is doing it so far as I know), appear to trace to the Moors.

INDEED, as per the Ison variation (above) of "Iyeson," we find the Guiscard piles in the Ison Coat! I had better record that Ison's also use a swan in Crest.

I have noted the Esson variation (brings up the Eason/Aison Coat in Isan colors) of the Iyesons, smacking of a Cheshire trace to Hesse elements. Consider that MacHETH (in Moray) meant "son of Aed.

DON'T MISS THIS PARAGRAPH all ye skimmers and yawners. ESPECIALLY YOU, EMAILER PATTERSON. MacHeth is thought to have been from the line of king David (Scotland). More specifically, MacHeth is thought to be from David's brother, Alexander (whose name I trace to "Anders/Andrew" of Hungary because that's where his mother had been in exile, after she was in exile in Kiev, under the protection of Varangians there. David was the founder of the "Halyrod" house. That's the ancient term for what is now "HolyRood." But as "Haly" smacks of the Halls, while it's known that the Halland bloodline was in exile in Kiev, where David's mother had been, ZINGER, I think the Halyrod monument built by David to his mother means that she was a Halland!! Margaret must have been "fooling around with" Arnesson, or Arnesson's family member, because it was Arnesson that was in Kiev. And Arnesson's daughter had been married to Malcolm III before the same Malcolm married...Margaret, mother of David!!!

I had claimed through gleaning that Mackays, because they were also Maceys, had to trace to Cheshire's Masseys. The Polson branch Mackays can be used for such a trace as per their Pole variation, for there is a Cheshire Pole clan in Polson colors. And of course this evokes a trace to the Mieszko Poles. I believe that I've shown satisfactorily that the carriers/founders of the Moray stars (in Mackay-and-Polson white-on-blue) came to the Bessin from the Mieszko bloodline married to the Moravian-Bohemian line of Boleslaw I.

I had traced the people at Fox news to Moray specifically, and the Fox news logo smacks of the Ison Coat. The Fox logo is white on blue,

Evidence that the Polson Mackays were linked with the Norwegian Halland line (which had some rule in Caithness) is that Polsons were first found in Caithness.

It seems a no-brainer by now that Moors and Moray go hand-in-hand. And the 1970 edition of Britannica spoke on some "dark Danes" in its viking article. I'm wondering whether the Halland bloodline that ruled Norway (which I'm assuming was as Danish as the Rollo line is said to be) was Moorish too, for the Halland line was granted, not only Caithness (there's that Hesse entity again), but Sutherland, where Mackays were first found.

Halls appear related to the talbots (black, hmm) of the Carricks, and I tentatively identify the latter as a hard-c version of "Saracen". I traced a Cheshire line of Vere-Meschins to Moray via Carrick engagement. It was via Thomas de Vere of BLACKwood (in Lanarkshire), as his line developed (says me) into Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray.

I just suspected that a Thomas surname may have developed from this very line, and what was found in the English Thomas Coat but a BLACK talbot and Carrick black and gold!! In fact, the Thomas Coat is exactly the Ellis Coat, which you may wish to remember when we get down to the Holle>Ellis topic below, as a link to Halls is more than entertained. The Thomas black talbot tends to clinch what some historians believe, that Thomas Randolph was mothered by the Carricks (we know he was fathered by a royal Bruce). It is my strong impression that Kerricks use Abreu symbols, but as I trace Bruces to the Abreu clan, Thomas Randolph appears to be a product of a little incest. No surprise in the dragon bloodline.

The Bruce royals were technically, Robert-Bruce. I had shown the Mackie (said above to be a Mackay branch) and Mackesy lion in the Robert Coat before, but never attempted to link the Robert clan to any particular Robert man. BUT NOW, look at the kettle hats -- in Pappenheim and Fleming kettle-hat colors -- in the French Robert Coat! The Halls were from Ketelborns, lest you've forgotten. Yes, it may be French (apparently not linked to Robert Bruce), but the kettle hats are also Mackay colors, and the English Robert Coat uses the Mackay Shield. Moreover, the lion of the French Roberts is in Vere colors, also Abreu colors, and in fact the Abreus use a gold lion on red too.

I've just got to mention again a theory I shared some months ago. Entering "Mackesy" brings up the Margeson surname, and entering "Margy" brings up the raven-depicted Mackie/Mackey surname (said to be from the Ead=Aode=Heth clan), both Coats using the same Robert lion. I NOW KNOW that the theory, which assumed the Marg terms above to be in honor of queen Margaret, David's mother, IS TRUE FACT. That then tends to bring the Robert man at the bottom of the Robert Coat to Scotland. By the way, I don't buy the Aode=Hugh line. Hugh D'avrances (Cheshire) was probably a part of the Aode line, but for now I'm sticking to the Hesse-of-Cheshire>Heth>Ead>Aode (the Irish and Scots really knew how to massacre surnames).

Never before had I understood that Masseys and Meschins were related closely to Malcolms. I knew that early Scot royals ruled at Moray, and wrote that Maceys were at Moray at that time, but it just didn't click in, or I didn't give it the time of day.

We saw that the Hall bloodline produced Pointers who use "An arm bendways...", a Bessin symbol, I'm sure. It was then shown that the Bends/Bents (Cheshire) use besants (gold spheres), another Bessin symbol, even if loosely speaking. MOREOVER, the Bend Shield is the Bellamy Shield, AND the red spheres on gold fesse in the middle of the Bend Coat reflects the red crescents on gold fesse in the Bellamy Shield. Together, it points to the Meschin rulers of the Bessin/Bayeux, which was the Malahule line to Cheshire. I'm assuming that these Cheshire clans migrated north to become the Maceys>Mackays of Moray, bringing their "black" Moor blood with them through Blackwood on the way. This migration was before a Ranulph-Meschin bloodliner came to Blackwood en route to producing the first earl of Moray.

In other words, it looks like Blackwood was an established Moor center, and I'm nor forgetting that Ranulph le Meschin's family had rule also in WestMORland (England), anciently WestMERland," smacking of "Merlin." Westmorland is right downtown Pendragon-ville, the Pennine valley to Carlisle in which I suspected the Pendragon-Gorlois cult that gave birth to Arthur. I think it was Emailer Patterson who had discovered an historical Avalon-like location near Carlisle, but I can't recall the spelling. The Arms of Westmorland County use a goat (with satanic-like smirk) in Crest that evokes the dark Freemasonic goat-god, Baphomet...that has been traced (by others) to north Africa.

NOTE the "ardua" motto term of the Malcolms, for I say that Bends/Bents were from Ban(t), father of Lancelot, explaining why Bends/Bents were first found in LANCAshire (and Cheshire). In the Meschin-Coat write-up, you'll note the BANESter surname, which was first found in LANCAshire too, wherefore I had likewise traced Banesters to the father of Lancelot (these were not real people, just occult codes for surnames/locations). I linked Banesters to the BANES surname, using the motto: "Vel arte vel marte" (sounds like code for both the Arthur and Merlin=Myrddin myth characters)!

SUDDENLY, we have excellent evidence of a Malcolm and a Hallam/Halland link to Lancelot elements, for the Banes' -- using an Arthurian motto term like the MalColms/Callams -- were first in Yorkshire...where the Hallams were first found!! It's known that Bains/Banes are a sept of Mackays.

Vere-like Warsaw may use Melusine too, but Warsaw is in Massovia. Yet, I'm not able to say that Melusine belongs first to Masseys and then links to Veres secondarily. Even if I trace Melusine to north African Gorgons (i.e. which is where I trace Masseys), it seems that, if we trust the report of Nicholas de Vere, Melusine appeared in Scotland before the arrival of Masseys and Meschins. Yet Nicholas (and/or his masters/predecessors) may have been extending a Massey-originating Melusine back in time through the bloodlines that Masseys hooked up with in Scotland. And quite apparently, the Mackay-branch Masseys hooked up with the Alpin line to Malcolm. That idea works.

My fundamental trace of Melusine to the Cohen Khazars does not necessarily mean that Melusine can't trace also to Africa, for it can suggest that Cohens hooked up with the Moors out of Africa. Remember, various Vere-like clans use the Cohen and Hohen checks, but so do the Massis/Mattis' whom I trace to southern Italy's Messina. It may just be that Baphomet derives from the Mali-Gorgon elements to which I trace Melusine.

In the bin-Laden update (see Updates Index, May 1), it was shown that the Melusine-depicted Veres were linked closely to RENnes (Brittany), and consequently to the Speers of RENfrewshire (compare the Vere character, "Rainfrou" to "Renfrew"). The Speers are obviously related to the Sprees, and they were traced to the Spree river in Lusatia. I had linked Lusatia, also called, "LUZIKa," to MeLUSIne, just because she is known to depict LUSIGnan, but also because her mother, Pressina, evoked Prussia, where Lusatia was located. However, I trace "Prussia" to the Abruzzo/Abrussi clan too i.e. which is the clan that I suspect named "Aubrey" de Vere. I am repeating this here because, in the Wier/Weir write-up, we find a Spree-like term: "Although the de Veres were highly respected members of the aristocracy in England, a branch of the family moved northward in 1069 and settled in the lowlands of Scotland at SPROwestun, in Roxburghshire."

If I recall correctly, this is the first time that I've seen and mentioned that Spro(westun) term. There is no Spro-like surname that I can find aside from Spree. I did trace the royal Polish clans (of Mieszko) from the Spree vicinity to Roxburghshire...because Maxtons and Maxwells lived there while the Pollocks (they use a boar in Crest, as with Veres), also first found in Renfrewshire, are a sept of Maxwells. That strongly suggests that Sprowestun should trace to the Spree, and Sprowestun may even be the entry-point of the Spree and Speer surnames into Britain.

Aha! Knowing that Melusine-using Massins/Masons use "spiro spero," Spiro" was just entered to find an Italian Gaspar clan with Sperelli, Sperotto, and Speroni variations. It uses what I consider a Vere lion in colors reversed to the Massin/Mason lion. Which came first, the Spar/Sper terms, of the Gaspar/Gasper terms? I would guess that this was a Spree-river clan that merged with the Gos/Gascony elements of the Meschins. This Italian surname was first found in Venetian territory, where the Abreu surname was first found.

This reminded me that my Masci kin includes a Speranza bloodline, which I add here only because it uses strong arms (in Speer/Spree colors), a Rothschild symbol, but also the symbol of the Darks/D'Arques, whom I linked to the "D'Argeson variation of the Mackesy-related Margesons. Darks/D'Arques were first found in Kent, where the Melusine-using Massins/Masons were first found. Thus, the Speer-like Speranzas appear linked to Melusine, which is a re-occurring theme, and the Margaret at the root of the Margeson-Mackesys married a MALcolm.

AHA! Excellent. I stared at the Gaspar/Sperelli lion until it was recalled that the same style is used by the Odins of Yorkshire. Further below, I trace a Hall stork symbol to Odins as they moved from Oettingen Bavaria through...Gascony! In the Odin write-up, I use the Gisburn location (Gisburns use a garb, a Gascony symbol) as one piece of evidence that Oettingens passed through Gascony. At the same cosmic second that I recalled the Odin lion, I saw that "Gaspar" is too-much like "Gisburn" to be ignored. And the Odin lion is in Speer and Speranza colors.

Also consider that the English Fulk(es), said to derive from the counts of Anjou, use the same spear as the Shakespeare-surname spear. This could mean that Speers were in Anjou before the Fulks were, or that the Veres of Anjou were really the Speers thereof. I did find that an Anjou noble married into the Friuli location (Carolingian bloodline, if I recall correctly), beside Venetia, and that's roughly where the Gaspars/Sperellis were first found.

Let me spell it out, that Melusine was primarily a Speer-line symbol, explaining why she's used in the same Crest that uses "spiro spero." Her Lusatian home was therefore on the Spree, and the Sprees thereof were in Anjou because Lusignan is just a dragon's spit away. The Sprees of the Anjou theater then named Sprowestun, found in Roxburghshire where other Poles had already been traced, namely to the Maxwell and Maxton cousins of the Meschins. As Melusine's mother was Pressina, note that German Fulks were first in Prussia.

The Fulkes/Folk clan was first in NorFOLK, where the Cauleys were first found who use stars in Vere-star colors. To this I should add that Ivar's Halland bloodline will be traced (way below) to a Flemish and "Jewish" BRAND surname, while Fulks of Prussia were first found in BRANDenburg (Lusatia is in the Brandenburg theater). Then, the Shakespeare Coat uses that black diagonal bar used by the Ivar surname and related clans, and the write-up: "The name was originally derived from the Old English schakken, meaning to BRANDish, and speer, meaning spear" (caps mine!)

I think we may find that Shakespeare wrote in Masonic code. In the King James Version bible, the 46th word in the 46th Psalm is "shake," while the 46th word backward in the 46th Psalm is "spear." God didn't do that, but William Shakespeare was alive in England when the KJV was being created.

The Wier/Weir write-up says that Aubrey (one of the earliest-known Veres) was descended from duchess Judith, though I don't know which Judith that was (Judith of Brittany comes to mind because she married into Anjou, and because she reflects "Judicael" of Brittany; see below for significance)). There is a Wier surname of Germany, and as the Vere link to Rennes was found as per one "Rainfrou" character (who may have been historical), I should show a count Konrad in the Rhiengau, who married a duchess Judith of Swabia (I know that "Judith" is said to derive in "Judah" = Jews, but we don't know whether people who used that name were really from Jews).

For your information: " the Rhine Valley, stretching along the right bank of the river in Hesse-Nassau..." Catti central, just where we expect to find the mother of all dragons. And the Ketels.

As Catti are the pagan grail line, recall the Sheaves/Shaws above as they represented the grail line. As we saw that Sheaves (and Clivars) use a key symbol, so it needs to be mentioned here that the Betty and Barney surname likewise use keys (the Betty key in Sheaves-key blue). I'm glad I decided to add this part (but only because I had traced Barney Rubble to "Brunswick" and "Bryneich") , because the Betty/Beaty surname (mascles) was first found in...Roxburghshire!

WOOWWWOOOWWW! I AM GLAD I decided to reload those Coats because the English Barney lion is the comparatively-rare Ivan/Evans lion!!! Later, you'll see how the Ivan/Evans lion is used by the Ivar-to-Arnesson bloodline i.e. the Halland rulers. The implication is that Bar-surnames were of the "Ivar" term, and indeed, as I suspect "Ivar" to be in honor of Varangians, so I trace "Bryneich" to "Varangi."

The Flintstone cartoon was created by Hanna and Barbera, surnames I've traced to Hannibal Carthaginians and Berbers. And as you can see, I am in the midst of tracing the Malahule line from Berbers.

The Barney surname with key was first found in Dauphine, and meanwhile the Coat sports a fish along with the key (in colors reversed to the Betty key), suggesting that dragon-tailed Melusine may have adopted a fish tail from the Dauphine dolphin i.e. by a Melusine merger with the Daphne cult in Dauphine.

Why were Hohens and ConRADs red Cohens? If I now expect the Melusine Gorgons of north Africas to have merged with Cohen/Kagan Khazars, I would begin to guess that the merger produced the Conrads and Hohens. Konrad's and Judith's son married into the family of Conrad I of Burgundy, and that couple in turn produced a daughter (Gisele) who married Bruno of Brunswick, very Halland-conspicuous because I trace "Brunswick" to "Bryneich," the latter being the country of the Bernicians...who put forth the Cauleys!

Then, as the Rhein surname is said to be after the Rhine river, we find that it has a mouth in...Holland. That's an apt term for founding "Halland," and as we saw that Cauleys should be Merovingians, so the mouth of the Rhine is where proto-Merovingian Salians lived.

AND, the Batavians (evokes Betty surname, but later we'll see that the Ivar-line Hallands were Baits), also at the mouth of the Rhine, are said to be a branch of Catti, and were, in my strong opinion, integrally part of the proto-Merovingians. In consideration that Hallands got to rule in get it.

Caithness was named in-part after the Ness river, which could suppose a trace to the Catti of Hesse-NASSau. Emailer Patterson said that Grants were related to Cauley and/or Halls, and Grants (three crowns) were first found in InverNESSshire, likewise named in-part after the river Ness. Perhaps "Inver" and "Ivar" are related.

[Insert -- WOWWIE! The day after writing that, I re-checked the Pape surname, and not only was the Scottish English Pape clan first found in Caithness, and not only does the German Pape clan use the Hall and Hull talbots in the same fashion, but the English Papes use checks in Nassau-check colors!! I don't have a Nassau Coat handy that uses the checks, but this Nassau Coat uses something similar.

MOREOVER, emailer Patterson was very interested in the goddess, Holle/Holla, which was code for Holstein elements. "Pape is also connected to several place names in the Holstein region"! It seems that whatever emailer Patterson is interested in, in the way of historical research, it goes right to her own bloodlines.

POWWIE! I kid you not that I entered "Pape" immediately after viewing the Peppin surname because I was after something on that topic. I noted that French Peppins were first in Gascony, the Basque peoples of which are emailer Patterson's forte on the Holle topic because she was more-interested in Mari, the Basque goddess...who she and others think was the same as Holle.

English Peppins use the same duckling as the French Gascon surname! The Sheldons ("Pati" motto term!!!) use the same ducklings and call them "shellDRAKES"!!! UNBELIEVABLE. This insert comes while I am in the midst, and near the end, of writing on the Drake surname and the Drakenberg organization (see further below), where I am linking the Drakes to the Ketels and Halls. When I researched the shelldrake duck, it was found to be from MadaGASCAR! The Drake write-up traces to a drake duck.

The proto-Washington Wassa/Gasson surname was first found in Cornwall, where the Landons (ancestors of Pepinids) were first found. The Scottish Gass clan, first found in Yorkshire where Hallands were first found, use a Shield filled with both Cohen and Hohen checks (see shortly below for more significance). See a similar Shield in the Gastons. We're getting the Euskal>Gascony gist here, and it's where the Ketels are expected to trace as per their Haskel variation.

I now recall that the Patterson-Crest camel is used by the Pipe(s) surname!! The Pipes use the Massey horsehead because the tongue is sticking out, and both Masseys and Pipes use fleur-de-lys.

MORE SHOCK and AWE, the Landon Coat (surname first found near where Pipes were first found, as expected if Pipes were Pepinids) is just like the Hull Coat but with bears (tongues sticking out) instead of talbots!!! (I'm now wondering what tongues could depict.)

Hmm, the first thing that came to mind was tongue=Tancreds/Tankervilles (= Guiscard ancestry), and after writing the above paragraph, I got straight on the Gass surname to insert it above as you've just read it, and in that process the French Gascon Coat was viewed, with red-on-white cinquefoils, colors reversed from the Tankerville cinquefoils. Hmm.

UNREAL!! Years ago (it's recorded in the Laden book), when I saw that the lion's tongue on the Flanders lion was shaped like a pipe (the kind one smokes), I linked it to the pipe symbol of the Kyles (they show a pipe at one of their Kyle-Society webpages). Therefore, one expects the Kyles and Cauleys, and Halls therefore, to be linked to the Pipes, and that's just what has been found above.

Emailer Patterson made a point of the three red lions of the Cauleys, Fergus', and MacDuffs (because she knew by other means that the three clans were closely related). I've just misspelled "Cauley" with "Caulley" to find another red lion, and the Caulleys were first found in Yorkshire, where the Hallands were first found. Zing! The Caulley lion has a crown around its neck, looking much like the Grant crown. Caulley (two 'l's) variations now include "Colly and "Collie," more Cole-like than ever. King Cole (I think the Kyles used his pipe) was said to rule both in Camulodunum/Colchester and in York!

Carricks/Craigs (probably related to Crichtons) were first in Ayrshire, where Kyles were lumped, but Creeks were first found in Yorkshire. Creeks use the same symbol as the Pointers, a "patee"-like cross, and though the Pointers call theirs a "formee" cross, the Creeks call theirs gold crosses paty, fitchee on a black pale. The Fitch(et) surname was first found in Suffolk, where the Kerrick surname was first found. Creeks must be Kerricks. Moreover, this insert is being written after the below on the Drake link to Kerricks in particular.

The Greggs (in Carrick and Craig colors) were likewise (as with the Creeks) first in Yorkshire, and the German Gregg Coat is similar to the Italian Pati Coat. The latter, first found in Messina (Sicily, but known to be from Messene), could be the reason for the Creek "paty" cross. By the time of this insert, I had already written the below:

By the way, I had identified "Carrick" with "Saracen," and hopefully that's correct...repeated here because the Kerrick caltrop is on a "pile," the symbol of the Scottish Guiscard Coat (the Pile surname uses piles too; we therefore get the Pile-surname link to both the Guiscards and the Kerricks, the Piles/Pyles apparently being the most-important of the three surnames). Veres trace to Modon/Methoni (Messene, Greece), near the city of Pylos.

Piles and Pales, okay? Remember, the same Creek description using "paty" also uses "pale."

YES LOOK. The "pale" term is for the Pale(y) surname, also first found in Yorkshire (same with Pullens), using another camel in Crest!! Look at the Cammel and Pati topic below (written right before this insert) as I come to the end of this insert. But first, I've just got to mention the red-on-gold lions of the Pales, for that's the Caulley-of-Yorkshire lion color (it's also the personal lion of Ranulf le Meschin whom I traced to Scotland/Moray via the Carricks!) Tim sent in another Hall Coat using what looks like a stork in the Crest, which I thought could be for Storkhouse in Yorkshire. There seemed no way to verify whether it was a stork. The next morning I went to a browser with the Gregg Coat showing, and that's when it struck me that the Hall birds could be the same as the Gregg-Crest bird because Greggs were first in Yorkshire, where Storkhouse is located. It turned out that Greggs use..."a stork's head! Way to go, Tim! Another of countless times when I think God is working through readers to develop this Revelation.

The hunch now is that the Hall stork links to Oettingen bloodline to Yorkshire. Storkhousers were traced (by me) to Gascony elements, and because those particular Gascony elements had been traced to a stork symbol used by Oettingens (Bavaria), it figured that the Odins (in the white-on-red Oettingen colors) of Yorkshire were those Oettingens. The Arms of Oettingen use a talbot (the Hall symbol too)! AND ZOWIE, I had seen that Arms many times...but forgotten that it uses the vair=kettle-hat design!!! The Pappenheims who use kettle hats were also in Bavaria!

JUMPIN' JOCKIES! It looks like the Odin horse is the Pipe horse, and Pipes were linked to Peppinids, so why not also to Pappenheims??? A white horse is used also by the Freys, whom I checked only for possible links to the Odin-cult elements! German Freys were first found in Bavaria (!!) i.e. where Oettingens were/are.

Yorkshire was founded in-part by Parisii Gorgons, and as I trace "Greece" to "Gorgon," so the Creek, Gregg, Craig, and similar surnames could apply to Gorgons. That works where Carricks were traced to Saracens>Moors. Hmm, couldn't this mean that "Saracen" was a variation of "Gorgon"? [end Insert]

(I've got to say that that insert was after another insert above it on the Melusine topic to Gorgons. This update is full of unspecified inserts, as pieces are gathered and implemented like a horse on a rip. The below was written days before the Melusine-Speer topic and may or may not apply.)

As I identified camel-using Pattersons and Campbells/Cammels with Nahorites, so I traced Nahorites from the Budini to the Batavians (not to mention to Batavi-like Padova, on the Po river that was also the Bodencus). The Abreu/Abruzzo surname was first found in Padova. Emailer Patterson relayed a story of old where two viking brothers, named "Pats," came into the Campbell clan. And she also showed a "pati" motto term that she thought would apply to Hallands. She said:

...While researching I came upon a story about the Scottish Campbells taking in some shipwrecked vikings around the N.E. coast of England around 800 a.d. They ended up marrying two Campbell women and as the story goes, the vikings were called the "Pat" brothers. Story goes that the Scottish clan Pattersons comes from the Campbells, and the Campbells are a sept of the MacDuff's. Patterson's are also considered a sept of MacAulays.

Now, watch this: there are five Scottish clans (I believe all originating from the Hebrides and places like Ross and Sutherland) who are directly descended from Kenneth MacAlpin. Kenneth MacAlpin is directly descended (as his grandson) from Fergus:

...These five clans were Grants, MACAULAYS, MACDUFFS, MacFies, MacGregors, MacKinnons, MacNabbs, and MacQuarries [looks like two more than five were included, BUT NOTE the Gregors! First found in Argyllshire, where Campbells were first found, and beside Ayrshire where Carricks and Kyles were first found].

[She then went on to point out that the Fergus, Mac[C]Aulay, and MacDuffs all use red lions].

More to come!

She's right. Look how much more has already come of it. To my amazement, she had not yet read about the kettle hats, or at least it had not sunk in that my treatment of the "kettle hats" was for her Ketelborn ancestry. It just can't be coincidental that I discovered the kettle hats (of the Pappenheims) days before I opened her Ketelborn email. Note the "born" on the end of "Ketel," as though the ones who created the term thought specially of the Ketels, evoking the way that Nicholas de Vere claims that there is special dragon blood (that's more fit than others to rule or guide mankind). And let's look at the MacGregor write-up:

First found in Argyllshire, as their origins can be traced back to Griogair, son of the eighth century King Alpin of Scotland, the High King of the Scots and Picts who died in 860 AD [that's exactly to whom I traced the Melusine "Elvin" princess, on a word-similarity hunch but also matching Nicholas de Vere's description of royal Vere roots in both Scots and Picts]. Hence, their famous motto translates from Gaelic as 'Royal is my blood.' They are the principal branch of the Siol Alpine whose representative, King Kenneth the Hardy (Arthur term?], was son of MacAlpin, the first King of the Scots.

"Royal is my blood," spoken as proudly as Nicholas says "dragonfeast." But a fire-breathing Christ is coming to shame the royals, and to take their places, to show how a king should act under a universe created by a BIG God, By "big," I'm referring to His capacity for being concerned with others. A king is great when he is concerned greatly with his "subjects," whom he calls, friends. A king is small when he is selfish. In Isaiah 14, satan is revealed as a small one who ruled the nations but got himself destroyed. Nicholas ought to hear.

Nicholas wants Christians to accept him even though he speaks like a dragon. The anti-Christ will want Christians to accept him (and his empire) even though he blasphemes their God. What is wrong with these people that they can't understand why we reject them? Why do they take offense when we don't want a world controlled by their ideals? Isn't it true that they took their royalty on the blood of countless wars? Why would anyone accept such people?

Why would anyone glory in a royal let alone a royal bloodline? The apostle Paul said that we should have nothing to do with foolish controversies, and to snub those who concern themselves with genealogies. In a nutshell, bloodlines are meaningless, and the one who emphasizes them is an arrogant ignoramus. I can see that, and I do agree with it. I hope that I have the liberty to take that position without being persecuted for it. But the anti-Christ empire won't give this right to us: the False Prophet will act on his behalf and attempt to make us honor/worship his empire.

Nicholas' Drakenberg could very well be a sort of Illuminati Central (I don't know how much power it wields), and the False Prophet might just belong to it, or at least come with the same "Christian" attitude. The False Prophet will have horns of power like a lamb, suggesting like Christ, and yet will speak as a dragon. So says Revelation 13. As you saw in the emails of Nicholas in a recent update(s), he views Jesus Christ as a dragon entity.

Emailer Patterson's excitement could very well be launching her on a way to becoming a heraldry anthropologist. The Patterson's are said to be from the Patricks, and there is a Pati/Paddy surname (lions in Hall/Aule colors) said to be from "Patrick." I wrote the brackets above without thought for a follow-up email from emailer Patterson, where she linked the "pati" motto term of the Duncan Coat to Hallands because Duncan II was son of Malcolm III and his wife from Halland elements, Ingibiorg. This woman was the daughter of Arnesson of Halland who had been in Kiev.

The Duncan surname (with "Donkey" variation perhaps indicating Democrat-party roots) uses cinquefoils in Tankerville-cinquefoil colors. Tankervilles were also Tannerdevilles, and so note the "Tan," or even "Tank," reflects "Duncan." It evokes the Danaans that were the Samson cult, because it was depicted with a donkey while Danaans trace to Danes afterwhich I assume Duncan was named.

The 'k" on "Tankerville" likely comes from their relatives, Tancreds, but I perceive "CRED" to be a term all in itself in honor of Carthaginians that "GuisCARD" depicted (it's known that Sicilian Guiscards had ancestry in Tancreds). LOOK. The Tanner Coat uses talbots (i.e. Hall symbol) and Moor heads (!) in Hall colors, and I typically trace the Sicilian Guiscards to the Moors of viking and Templar interests.

Might the so-called "Pat" vikings (and therefore the Patricks>Pattersons) and the Pati/Paddie clans have been from the Padova line to Batavians? We tend to think that Patricks should trace to "Peter" or something similar, but really? The Patterson scallops suggest a trace to Scylla/Sicily, in Messina, and we saw that the Pat(t)i clan was first found in Messina. I had even traced the Cussane variation of the scallop-using Pattersons to the GUIScards. The Cussaine-related Kissanes/GUISsanes use a "difficile" term that could be a combination code for Cauley-related Duffs i.e. the "cile" in "difficile" might be code for "Kyle=Cauley."

Hmm, Irish Duffs are said to be from the "Three Collas...Clan Colla." There is a Colla/Collard surname (Crest = crossbow) in England using...more Moor heads! The Colla clan evokes Holle/Holla and easily modified to "Cole." As this Holle witch cult was from Holstein, I thought to check the Holstein surname just find the same "savage" (wearing an apron that I think is code for the Freemasonic apron) used by the surname of emailer Patterson's husband (I'm not at liberty to reveal his surname).

The Holstein Shield is red and blue, the two most-common Shields in Polish heraldry, meaning that my trace of the Kyle/Cole bloodline both to Holle and to Polish royals is not necessarily a contradiction.

We're keeping in mind the Creek-related and "pati"-using Pales, the Guiscard-related Piles, and the Pullens who were first found where the Pales were first found, where Hallands and Caulleys (double 'l') were first found.

The Holle/Hoile surname (Odin lion design that I identify as a Vere lion) is in Hall colors and was first found in Monmouthshire, where the kettle-hat-using Haskels (= AsCHETIL clan) were first found (remember, the Odins trace to kettle-hat-using Oettingens). That gives more reason for suspecting that the KETELborn line to Halls was a Holle bloodline.

I repeat: a "holly bush" is found in the Maxwell Crest (with a stag, symbol also in the Holstein Crest), and Maxwells use the same-colored saltire as Patricks. AND LOOK, the English Holly surname (Flemish) uses Hall white-on-black, and a talbot i.e. as does the Hall Coat!

The Holstein stag is between the wings of the German Falks (hmm, with an 'a' just like "Hall"), and English Fulkes were first in Norfolk, where the Hollys (they use holly in the Crest) were first found. As we saw that the Barney surname uses what I now consider to be an Ivar-line lion, I ought to mention that the Barneys that use that lion were likewise first found in Norfolk. RECALL FROM ABOVE that the BLACK diagonal bar of the Ivar Coat was linked to the same of Barings...for the latter use a Shield filled with Hohen checks under their black bar!

Suddenly, a new theory is emerging, that Hohens were the Moor-related Cohens, and so I've got to repeat that I had traced Melusine firstly to Cohen Khazars, long before I knew of the Varangian Inger (like "Ingibiorg") and his wife, Melissena, the latter being a real person from the imperial Byzantines, but being a royal-line Khazar on her mother's side!

The Varangians of Kiev, who used a swastika symbol (the Nazi swastika is BLACK), were allied at times with Byzantium, and moreover the besant symbol of heraldry is said to be a symbol of Byzantine coins. One emailer said that the checkerboard (Hohen and Chen symbol) was used by bankers for counting or keeping track of coins. I dunno, but there we have a good theory leading to International/Illuminati/Templar bankers, many of them in Holland, where the Flanders lion is, I've long claimed. the same-colored Hohen lion. .

Irish Hollys (trefoils) are properly "Collen/Collain, smacking of the Holle link made above to the Irish Colla clan. AND, I once found evidence that the Melusine (the mermaid) in the Holly/Cullen Crest was alternatively Holle because she (Melusine) appeared (in red) in an Ellis Crest (not shown at house of names). The Ellis clan were first in Yorkshire too, where Halland and Greggs were located, and Greggs (Gorgons/Saracens?) also use Ellis-Shield colors! This suggests that the Halls of Yorkshire were...the Ellis'!

The Ellis Crest shows a woman with disheveled hair, the known symbol of Holle!

ZOWIE, Kyles and (C)Auleys and Halls now look like Holle elements, and that in turn reveals them as Melusine elements, just as was said of Cauleys-et-al from king Alpin. Could that be Hall-pin??? So to speak? Or Holle-pin?

This recalls the trace of the Ellis clan to the Ali surname first found on Messina (I wouldn't mention it if not for the Pati surname first found on Messina), near the nine Aeolian islands that I think created the number nine of the Muses. I had traced the Ali surname to the Alice/Alis names used by the Skipton-branch Meschins. Skipton was in...Yorkshire i.e. with the Ellis'!

There is a Reggio location on Bruttium/Calabria that is opposite Scylla/Messina, and that's where I trace the Scottish Patterson motto term, "Rege." AND THERE, I had forgotten: the last term in that motto is "grege"!

Both the Patterson pelican (a similar term meant the labrys axe of Crete) and the Rege term were traced to Crete, where Rhea (mother scum goddess) was a Curetes-affiliated (i.e. satanic-as-they-come) peoples that I traced (years ago) to the Irish>Scot Cruithen/Cruithne, and also to CRICHtons! In one of her Hall-related emails, emailer Patterson was so taken up by her discoveries that she exclaimed, "CRIKEY." Coincidence? She had no idea that her Hall topic was linked to Creeks, Greggs, Craigs, Carricks and Crichtons. She only indicated the MacGregors.

What Pati-like term comes to mind as per Rhae elements on Crete? Well, she raised Zeus there as an infant with Curetes in his protection, and Curetes were also the CoryBANTES (see the topic below on the Bantia-Abanti peoples of southern Italy) that lived at mount Ida (at the foot of which was Troy), where mythical BATIA lived with her father, Teucer. Near Troy was Padasus (home of Leleges and/or Caucones) that I trace to the naming of the Padus=Po river, where Padova is located. This reasoning easily explains why the Rhine-river "Batavi" is both like "Padova and "Batia."

As I trace "Merovee" and "Batavi" to an old Ethiopian city of Merowe (now Meroe, Sudan), which Wikipedia says was also "Bedewe," the ancient trace of DioNYSUS to a mount Nysus in Ethiopia comes forcefully to mind in the Ness and Nassau terms. YES, for Dionysus' mother, Semele, who I traced to an ancient Somali peoples (Somalia today is beside Ethiopia), was made the daughter of CADmus...who I trace to the Hesse-Nassau Catti (!), fellow tribe with the Batavi.

My exclamation marks are not to brag, and neither are they forced upon you to make you stop yawning. They always represent my own surprise at how things work out so well on the spur of the topic at hand.

As Pollocks are said to derive from Merovingian king, Clovis, I'd say (but not for that reason alone) that Veres do likewise. Merovingians were Edomite Hebrews, keep in mind, but I also say that "Clovis=Chlode" was the Nibelung cloud line, and that evokes my fundamental link of Nibelungs (in Frisia beside Wieringen, but they were also in Normandy's Vexen) to Varangian vikings. Nibelungs were...Burgundians! The same Gisele above who married a Burgundian (Conrad I) also married emperor Conrad II, born in Burgundy but with a death in the Netherlands.

While "vair" is a variation of the English Vere clan, the French Vairs/Fers (Hohen-colored checks) were first in...Burgundy! The latter surname is not to be confused with (though they are obviously related) the French Fers (Cohen-colored checks), first found in Brittany.

This would be a good place to mention the cloud symbol in the French Cail Coat (also uses quails), a term I checked as per the Cailly variation of the Caulleys. And as the McClouds were first on Sky and Lewis, let's share the following from the Scottish-Caulley write-up, the one with Hohen-colored checks: "The second branch of this Clan is that of the MacAulays of the Isle of Lewis...These Clansmen claimed descent from Aula (Olaf the Black), who was a thirteenth-century king of the Isles. Their lands were traditional centered around Uig. This branch was probably related to the numerous MacAulays of Ross and Sutherland." Pattersons were first found in Ross-shire (which I root in Varangian Rus of Kiev, who I think were founded by Rurik of Wieringen), and that is beside Inverness.

Sutherland is where Mackays were first found, and they are in the white-on-blue colors of McClouds. More importantly for this discussion, these are the colors of the Cails...with a cloud. It appears confusing here, for although I feel that Cauleys were Kyles, it now appears that they were Mc(C)Leods. And, "Cail(ly)" also smacks a little of "Kay," while a MacKay variation is "MacQuey," almost like "quail." There is a Quail/Quayle surname (also uses quails, and a "spero" motto term) first found on the Isle of Man, while the Mackay motto uses "Manu". I think that at times two different families forming alliances will combine surname spellings into one surname, thus causing confusion. In any case, we have above yet another spero=Speer link to the Massey bloodline, apparently anyway, this time to the Mackays.

Hmm, there is a Steve Quayle (online writer) stressing historic giants of the Gogi type, and I think he tends to go the way of the Nephilim-cult giants. VERY CONSPICUOUS where I trace Nephele the cloud to McClouds.

After writing the above, I asked myself whether the Dutch MacKay crown might be the crown design in the Grant Coat, and while not exactly alike, it's good enough beside the fact that Grants and Mackays were near each other in Scotland.

BINGO BANGO! I did not mention this and wasn't going to until finding evidence to suggest that the "Stand fast" motto of the Grants should link to the "Hold fast" motto of the McClouds!!! (Leslies use "Grip fast," and Cauleys use the same buckles as Leslies). ALSO, the Grant trace to the Dutch Mackays is supported by the flame (i.e. Flemings of Flanders symbol, I'm sure) in the Grant Crest.

I had traced the Stand/Stain surname (Sinclair-like bars) to the Arthur-Coat motto, and so I note that the Arthur and Grant Coats are both gold on red. I am confident that the Stands and Standishes are related because the latter use the Bruce-of-Annandale saltire, while these Bruces had a branch in Yorkshire, where the Standishes (and Hallands/Hallams using the Bruce-of-York lion) were first found. The Annan Coat uses the motto, "Sperabo," and the only way I know (so far) to link Annans to the the Spree-river Melusine cult is by way of Melusine's mother, Pressina, which I view as a Brusi-of-Prussia variation.

When trying to think of Grant kin, the Gernons, a Meschin line from Foetes, came to mind. AND MAN I just realized that its bingo-bango right-on. For the Arms of Foetes are the three legs of the Isle of Man. The Cails were first on the Isle of Man, but they were just linked to Dutch Mackays and their Grant branch!

I recall suggesting that Grants were Grahams, and so I'll repeat that Grahams are in the colors of Campbells, and use a Nibelung-like motto like that of Campbells (Grahams also use a Coat like the Meschin Coat). Remember, a William clan founded the Halls, and the William Coat is exactly that of the Campbells, the latter being closely linked to Cauleys. It was emailer Patterson who said that Grants, Caulleys and Campbells were relatives. AND, the Campbell design is called, "gyronny," smacking of the Gernons.

Just found: the Willis Coat uses stars in Cauley-star colors.

BEHOLD THE LOGIC. As per the Grant link just made only tentatively to the Arthur surname, let's read the Campbell write-up, not forgetting that its Cammel variation should link to mythical Camelot, or the historic Camulodunum: "First found in Argyllshire. Researchers suggest a joint progenitor of both the Campbells and the MacArthurs. The MacArthurs were the ancient senior sept of the Campbells. Arthur derives from the son of King Aedan MacGabhran, the 9th century Scots King of Argyll. The Clan Campbell was known as the Siol Diarmaid an Tuirc or, alternatively, the Clan Duibhne..." (the latter sound like the Duffs).

Did "Ghabran," the root of the Arthurs, evolve into "Grant," or vice-versa? Why Aedan MacGabhran? Were these the Nibelungs and/or Merovingians from the Aedon line to the Autun Aedui? I did identify king Arthur as the brother, so to speak, of Merovingians. Certainly, if the Campbell motto ("Ne obliviscaris") is code for Nibelungs, then Gabhran may have been a Nibelung. The Graham motto: "Ne Oublie." Later, I discovered that the "viscar" buried in the Campbell motto term is code for Wisharts/Guiscards.

The Grahams were first found in Midlothian!! Those exclamation marks are for the Lothian capital, EDINburgh, which I traced to Edomites from Autun elements! Autun is in Burgundy! We are not forgetting the Burgundy line married by the child of Konrad of Rheingau and Judith his wife. As per the Grannd variation of the Grants, we find a Grand surname first found in...Burgundy! It supports a Grant>Graham kinship. The motto and the colors suggest the Veres at the root of the Grands (and therefore the Grants).

The Graham write-up tells of links to DalKeith, which I assume are the Keith Catti first found in East Lothian.

READ HERE all ye skimmers. The Legrand variation evoked the Ligures, and that reminded of the "Legros" term that brings up the Gros clan of Burgundy, which not only uses what I found to be a Vere lion design, but a Grot and Graut variation similar to "Grand/Grant." The Graham-Crest stork reminded me of the Oettingen (Bavaria) line to the Odins of Storkhouse in Yorkshire, but I wasn't going to mention it...until I saw that the Gros/Grau write-up: "First found in Bourgogne [= Burgundy], but one of the first records of the name was found in England where William le Gros (died 1179) was the Count of Aumale (Earl of Albemarle), Earl of York, and Lord of Holderness."

THAT WAS WRITTEN BEFORE the Spiro/Gaspar surname was inserted way above, and therefore before I traced the Gaspar term to "Gisburn." Compare the Gros write-up above with the Odin write-up: "First found in Yorkshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the manor of Storkhouse, Gisburn, and Withernsea in that shire. They are conjecturally believed to be descended from Count Odo who was also ancestor of the Counts of Aumale and the Lords of Holderness." The Spiro/Gaspar Coat uses the same lion as the Odins and of the...Gros'!!!

The "male and "marle" endings on those Aumale and Albemarle terms evoke the Mallibone/Marleybone clan. That was a Malahule bloodline in Cheshire. YES, for when I had traced Meschins to Mali of Mauritanian elements, it dawned on me that Malahule of More was named after Mali elements, even as "More" should trace to Moor elements in Sicily (Moors are Mauritanian). In other words, the Gros/Graut greyhound (which I see as code for the mythical Graeae Amazons) together with the Aumale/Albermarle terms smacking of the Mallibones attests to that Malahule-to-Mali trace...which I'm sure sounded far-fetched to the reader. (Just in case, "Aumale" smacks of "Altmuhl," where we find the Pappenheim kettle hats.)

I wasn't going to mention that "Graham" evoked the Graeae of north Africa until I saw the greyhound in the Gros/Graut Coat. The greyhound (blue) holds laurel with a blue lion, and as laurel was the ancient symbol of Daphne, perhaps the Marley-Coat dolphins connect to Dauphine (beside Burgundy). In the least, what we have here is the suspected Melusine-of-Africa link to the Dauphine dolphin.

It should be added that the Graeae were depicted in olden times as ugly hags, evoking "gross." The Gorgon peoples depicted themselves with gross faces, the reason for which I don't know, perhaps a war strategy, though they may have had some nasty genes or even wicked personas due to their satanic worship.

The Gros spelling is sometimes used for the Gos-Gois clan to le-Meschin, and as I traced the Gos' to "Gascony," so I traced the Oettingen>Odin line to a flag of Gascony that is the same as the Oettingen saltire. This is a very important point as I get into a trace of the Tuareg Berbers below.

Continued from yesterday...

Before getting to the Tuareg topic, I've got to deal with an error and an apparent contradiction made just before the break. It was a complete oversight on my part when saying that mythical Melusine elements from north Africas had merged with Hohens, but at least it proves to you that the statement wasn't made due to a years-old theory that I've maintained: that mythical Melusine was ancestral to Cohens and Hohens. Being ancestral is not the same as merger.

The apparent contradiction has to do with the same, for it's difficult to reconcile a Speer-identified Melusine from north Africa, an idea born only earlier on this page, with my years-old claim that mythical Melusine was an idea born of historical Melissena of Byzantium. It's very good that this "contradiction" has arisen, for evaporating is bang-on topic.

In this discussion, the Spree>Speer identification of Melusine, also an idea born only in this page, is a major key I didn't have years ago when tracing historical Melissena to Anjou. At that time, the trace was more fog than clarity. It's not quite correct to argue that mythical Melusine is therefore not mythical if she was historical Melissena, for the Veres do treat her as code for a Scottish entity when in reality only her associations were in Scotland. Moreover, there was a mythical Melusine, with dragon and fish tail, aside from what Nicholas de Vere has disclosed about her online.

I'm about to re-explain this mystery, with the Speer element tossed in to remove much of the fog. A piece of the Tuareg topic below, written days ago, happens to support what I'm now about to say. Melissena had a Rangabe surname. The Wikipedia article on one of the Rangabes (I think Michael I of Byzantium) shows the Arms of the Rangabe family. It's the fleur-de-lys cross used also by the Bouillons ("vero bello" motto phrase in honor of the Vere-Masseys), thus revealing that the Rangabes were, in the least, associatesof Templars. Britannica online says that Lusignan provided many Crusaders, but in Guy Lusignan it provided a Templar king of Jerusalem.

The Bouillon Crest? A Moor head, hinting that the Rangabes could also be from Moors. The evidence builds for a Melusine trace to Moors.

Note how the painter (Picot surname) portrays Guy Lusignan with the face of Jesus, as though the painter and others believed that Lusignan's bloodline was from the bloodline of Jesus. The Picot surname was first found in Cheshire; it uses an ermined Shield much like the Vannes-surname Shield, which is interesting where both Brittany and the Massey bloodline are about to become a Melissena topic. Lusignan was in the land of the Pictones, a Picot-like peoples.

I traced "Rangabe" to "Anjevin," the name of the peoples of Anjou. But it also seemed that "Rangabe" (especially where "abe" is treated as a suffix) reflects "Angers" well. Online articles on the Melusine-family rule can't seem to decide whether it ruled over Anjou, or nearby Angers, or both. The capital 'R' on an otherwise Anger/Anjevin-like term makes the surname smack somewhat of "Rain(frou)," the other Vere-line character that's lumped in with Melusine hype.

The story must now begin with a Spree-river family of Lusatians assumed to be living in Lusignan, or whatever Lusignan was called before the Lusatians named it after their own region of "Luzica. The assumption is also that historical Melissena was from a Lusignan family, and that the inhabitants of Lusignan, known to be called, Melusines, were named after, not mythical Melusine, but historical Melissena. Mythical Melusine was given a Prussia-like mother because some myth writer knew that Melusines were from Lusatia, and probably the entire region around Lusignan knew that Lusatians were in their midst:

...[Pressyne] gave birth to triplets. When [the king of Albany] violated this taboo, Pressyne left the kingdom, together with her three daughters, and traveled to the lost Isle of Avalon.

The three girls -- Melusine, Melior, and Palatyne -- grew up in Avalon...

Martin Luther knew and believed in the story of another version of Melusine, die Melusina zu Lucelberg (Lucelberg in Silesia)...

...Melusine is one of the pre-Christian water-faeries...The "Lady of the Lake", who spirited away the infant Lancelot and raised the child, was such a water nymph.

I can't agree that Melusine was a pre-Christian character. The article gives no evidence. Just because a myth writer places a character in a pre-Christian setting doesn't mean that the character was created at that time. Melissena was born about 815 AD.

The Martin-Luther Melusine in Silesia supports my trace to Lusatia (beside, or overlapping, Silesia).

The habitation of Melusine in Avalon was not the idea of Nicholas de Vere only, and what the claim by others does is to verify that Nicholas was referring to the same dragon-tailed Melusine as the others. Bute Keep in mind that Avalon was Bute, for that too will come up in the Melissena story. The idea in the myth above is that some facet of Lusignan moved to Bute, and so note that Speers were first in Renfrewshire, near the coast off of which Bute is situated.

The Wikipedia article on Lusignan does not say, at least not now, that inhabitants of Lusignan were called "Melusines." I'm sure I had read it at that article, but Wikipedia articles are always subject to change. The article instead says: According to legend the earliest castle [in Lusignan] was built by the folklore water-spirit Melusine.

As my story goes, Melissena of Byzantium had Rangabe ancestry in Lusignan. The blue-on-white Rangabe cross is in the colors of the Arms of Lusignan. I imagine that a ruling line in Angers married the Sprees of Lusignan, eventually giving birth to Melissena's father, Theophylactus Rangabe. There is a the potential makings of "Fulk" in "TheoPHYLAC(tus)," and he lived about the time that Fulks of Anjou appear. The father of Theophylactus was, we are told, the Byzantine emperor, Michael I, but as Michaels' ancestry is unknown, I say his ancestry was from Lusignan, or nearby.

Melissena married Inger, an Anger-like term if ever we saw one. In this theory, "Rangabe" derives from "Angers" because I'm going to locate Inger there as a man of that place. In short, Inger's ancestry had paired up with Sprees of Lusignan. There is an Angers-surname Coat using blue and white as well.

Inger's ancestry is known in the Varangians. Inger was born a little after 800, before Varangians took Kiev, before Varangians proper were known. I trace the birth of Varangians proper to Zahringers and their cousins, Veringens, who both used an antler symbol found in the Spree-Neisse region. Compare the antler at that link with the Veringen antler. Same colors, the colors of the Veres.

I'm going to assume that Inger the Varangian was the creation of the Vere name proper, in honor of the Veringens. This does not at all contradict my trace of Veres to the Varni several centuries earlier, for the Veringen>Varangians may have been from the Varni. In fact, as the Angli were a fellow tribe with the Varni, it appears that Angli and Varni moved south together to Angers and proto-Lusignan, thereby predicting the assumed marital relationship between the two cities.

Another fellow tribe with the Angli and Varni was the little-mentioned Oxonae, and while the Veres ruled Oxford (earlier Oxanford), the Arms of which use a red ox, Lower Lusatia uses a red bull. Why red? Was it a north-African color? In any case, Spree-river Lusatians appear to have become the Veres and the Sprees, no? Yes.

But if Melissena's Spree line married "Inger de Ver," so to speak, shouldn't the Veres have been the first Khazars? Yes, but that does not contradict my identification of Melissena as the mother of Cohens and Hohens, for French Fers (Brittany) use a Shield filled with Cohen checks, and French Vairs use a Shield filled with Hohen checks (remember, Vairs were first found in Burgundy, and Judith of Swabia (Hohen-inundated region) married Conrads (= "red Cohens?) of Burgundy). In this picture, one expects the Hohen checks to have derived from the colors of the Lusignan Spree clan, for both the Speer and Spree surnames are red and white too (both use crescents).

The idea is: the Veres were the first Cohens. Or, some offspring of Melissena, perhaps not with Inger, perhaps with Inger, decided to honor her Khazar side by calling themselves Kagan and Cohen (if one enters "Kagan," the "Jewish" Cohen surname pops up). Nicholas de Vere claims that Melusine had a child, Milo de Vere of Angers/Anjou. He's not mentioned in the historical files online, however.

Inger and Melissena did have a daughter, Eudoxia, who smacks of Eudes/Odo of Orleans (near Anjou) as well as Eudes/Odo of Paris, of the Worms bloodline to Robert the Strong (father of Eudes of Paris). I had traced the Veres to that Worms bloodline, though I think I failed to find the actual marital link(s). Eudes of Orleans had married INGELtrude, and Eudes of Paris was married to an INGELtrude. Eudes" evokes yet another tribe of the Varni, the Eudoses! And of course the Ingeltrudes (also "Engeltrude") smack of the Angli.

I traced "Eudoses" to the Aedui of Autun (Burgundy, near Avallon), and so note that Charles the Bald, who married a daughter of Ingeltrude and Eudes of Orleans, gave Robert the Strong rule over Autun and Anjou. In light of the tentative Tuareg trace below to Touraine, note that "[Robert] was first nominated by Charles the Bald missus dominicus [in the provinces of Maine, Anjou, and Touraine] in 853."

I'm not losing sight of the Odo/Odin clan of Yorkshire, for it could certainly have been named after the Eudoses and/or the Eudes/Odo characters above. The Odin line was linked to the Hallands, both being first found in Yorkshire. Eudes of Paris ruled the city possibly before York was named such, and as I say that York was named by Parisii GORGons, perhaps the Odins of Yorkshire were ultimately from Eudes/Odo of Paris. I did trace the Odin line through Gascony, and Orleans is in the Gascony theater.

It just so happens that I traced the raven-depicted vikings, who I claimed included the white-on-blue Mackays in their line-up, to Rothesay=Bute=Avalon. Mythical Melusine is in Avalon in the post-Arthurian period, at which time we can assume that the nine Muses (i.e. Masseys) yet lived there. And the color of Bute must have been blue on white before Rory arrived, because those were the colors of Rory of Bute even though he was a red and gold MacDonald (the Rory-surname Coat happens to use the Rory lion in Rory-of-Bute blue). One point is, blue on white are the Rangabe colors, and we expect the line of Melissena Rangabe on Avalon where mythical Melusine was located on Avalon. This tends to prove that Nicholas de Vere has not been fantasizing, that Melusine really was at Avalon, but neither does Nicholas come clean with the goods.

The idea that "Rangabe" is part code for "Rainfrou" elements works like another charm. For as it's known that "Rennes" (Brittany) named "Renfrew," so "Rainfrou" smacks of "Renfrew." Speers were first found in Renfrewshire, suggesting that Melusine Speers were indeed in Rennes too. I showed satisfactorily that the Raines surname was that of Rennes, and won't repeat it here.

Rennes-le-Chateau in Languedoc is a Magdalene-cult center said to be filled with mystery, filled with co-called "BLACK Madonnas (I think I get it now) and some emphasis on a Magdalene-church sanctuary using a BLACK and white checkered floor. The finger points to the Fer checks (blue and white) of Brittany, for we expect the Veres there to have been in Rennes, so why not also in Rennes-le-Chateau? Should we start seeking Speers in Rennes-le-Chateau???

The Rennes-le-Chateau mysteries include a riddle using "blue apples" that can lead to a secret treasure. Avalon is said often to mean "apple orchard," and the Bute color is blue. We now get the impression again that the Magdalene cult is related to the Lusignan line, and, that is, this line carried the cult to Bute...where Stewarts have monuments!

Yes, for I traced the Magdalene cult integrally to the Alan-Stewarts of Brittany, at which time I traced it to a red heraldic lion on white (the Dallens, for example, but also of the English Allen-Stewarts)...the color of the Lusignan lion! One could get the impression that the red-on-white lions are from the Speer colors. Suddenly, the Speers look like the founders of the Magdalene grail hoax. But as per the black madonnas, I will continue with the theory, born on this page, that Speers trace to Moors. Remember, the Bouillons use the Rangabe cross and a Moor head, and Rangabes appear very much rooted in Sprees>Speers.

I haven't yet been able to rule out an Alan=Hall(and) equation. The Alans were attracted to the family of Malcolm III (who I say was a Halland), and in fact it was Malcolm's son that began to make the Alans the High Steward of Scotland. I just ran across the York-surname Coat (blue-on-white, Rangabe colors) moments ago; it's the MalColm/Callam Shield! Hallams (blue-on-white Bruce lion) were first found in Yorkshire! Notice the tower in the Malcolm Crest, for towers are soon to be the topic. (Wait until I share the dream/vision that emailer Patterson shared with me yesterday, about a blue-on-white lion called by a term found in the York-surname Coat. She had no idea, neither did I, until moments ago. That will have to be in another update.)

It's not inconceivable that the Muses of Bute were Masseys related to Speers, for the Masseys derive in Polish royalty. And one online writer traced Mieszko to Sardinia, of Carthaginian elements there. And I think that Mieszko was named after the Meshwesh/Mazyes "Libyans." I would like to know what Sprees were named after. The same article that tells of the "Mazyes" term also uses "Maxyes" as an alternative, smacking of the Maxtons and Maxwells of Roxburghshire...where SPROwestun (of the Veres) was located.

Now starts the continuation from yesterday, buy expect inserts that can relate to the Melissena topic directly above.

Emailer Patterson was VERY concerned with a Tuareg Amazon/Berber peoples...that I didn't know at the time were in Mali. The write-up of the Hall-related Campbells has one Tuareg-like term, and long before I met emailer Patterson, I had traced Campbells to CAMPania's Abellinum/Avellino, the root of Avallon at CHAMPayne. Campbells were first found in the Bute theater. In other words, I was involved directly with tracing the Patterson>Campbell line to the Arthurian cult before emailer Patterson was anything of a partner to my traces, before I realized that God placed her in my email life to finalize the traces. It has worked just that way with other email assistants. Nothing will stop this Revelation until God has signed, sealed and delivered it.

There are two Gabber clans that could link to "Gahbran, one being in the Artois theater: "The [Gabber] ame was first recorded in West Flanders, a province in Belgium, originally Bruges." IThere's a Blanda location in Lucania, near mount Alburnus (identity of the Caliburnus=Excalibur sword) that I thought could be a root of "Flanders." Blanda is on the bay of Laus, not very far from Abellinum shown at the top-left of this map of Lucania (arch of Italy). NOTE GRUMENtia (i.e. like "Graham") to the north of Blanda! THEN consider that the Campbell (traced also to Compso beside ABELLinum) design looks like a windmill, potential symbol of Flanders.

I had traced the so-called "Lady of the Lac(k) to "Lucania," and as she was associated with both the Excalibur sword and Lancelot, I thought that Lancelot's father, Ban(t), should trace to Bantia (near Compsa) at the source of the Bradanus river (right side of map). Between Compsa and Bantia is what looks like "Bandusia," said to be part of Venusia (likely named after Venus, the Aphrodite cult). Geoffrey of Monmouth traced the Arthurian cult to a Bruttus, but then Bruttium is on the south side of Lucania. AND the BRADANus river looks like it could have named Britain as much as Bruttium could.

It seems that the Bantians (my personal term) of Lucania were the Greek Abantians from a mythical Abas of Euboea. I make no bloodline distinction between that Abas and Abas of Argos, and so note that Abas of Argos was the father of Acrisius, for near the Bradanus river is an Aciris river...upon which is Grumentia. In this picture, the Grahams (Amazons/Gorgons, remember) may have been from Argos elements, and yes the mythical Perseus character of Argos was involved with the ugly head of the Gorgon Medusa, who evolved into Gorgophone and the Pegasus (used by Masseys=Meshech).

Perseus traces to Paris, France, or to the Parzival holy grail cult in Paris. Perseus founded Mycenae, and mythical Paris depicted Parion Gorgons in Mycenae-like Mysia. Perseus was mythical Paris, therefore, and that gets Perseus to the founding of York, wherefore note again that mythical Paris was relating with Helen, for she surely traces to the Hallands of Yorkshire. LOOK at what occurred to me earlier this morning: "Perseus" smacks of "Phrixus," brother of Helle, code for the Hellespont, where Parion was found! Therefore, Helen of Troy was Helle, or the people who named the Hellespont.

Phrixus was in Colchis, where Gorgons>Georgians sprouted. Herodotus traced Sarmatians (= ALANS) back to GARGARians (beside Thermodon), and no doubt Gargarians were the Gorgons. Perseus was a Danaan as well as a Gorgon, whom I trace back to Tanais in the land of the Sarmatians. Phrixus was the golden fleece line to Colchis, and when Jason rescued that line, he brought MEDEA out of Colchis. Perseus, after slaying some Gorgons, married AndroMEDA, and produced a family of Gorgons (i.e. mythical Gorgophone) with her (i.e. AndroMeda depicted the same Gorgons as Medea).

Medea worshiped Hecate, and Paris (prince of Troy) was the brother of Hector. We get it. Perseus and Medea were married; they produced Gorgons that moved to Mysia, where Troy was located, and they settled along the Hellespont, probably named by Alans, and they lived in Parion. Perseus then had an affair with Hellespont of Troy, so to speak, who had been married to the Pelops>Menelaus line out of Lydia, which was the golden fleece line. Perseus then became the Parisii people that were the Arthurian holy-grail cult, suggesting possibly that Helen led to the Brittany Alans (because I identify the Alans with the Arthurian holy grail).

But we don't know the route taken by Gorgons of Mysia to Paris...unless I'm correct in identifying that trace through mythical Aeneas, from DarDANUS in Mysia, to Tunisia, where he formed part of the Carthaginians (before sharing in the founding of Rome). And that was my trace of the proto-Masseys of Mysia to the land of the Meshwesh/Mazyes/Maxyes. They may have gotten to Paris by first being the north-African Gorgons and related Amazons.

The theory has been that Halls/Auls and (C)Auleys-et-al were also from north-Africa, which makes me suspect that they were a part of Melusine in north Africa. The trace of the Vere's Rainfrou character to Swabia, a trace now on the investigative table for the first time, evokes the Foetes theater. BUT, as MalaHalls (so to speak) were traced to a part of Bavaria to the north of Foetes, it jibes well with Konrad of the Rhiengau and Judith of Swabia. Again, I identify "Conrad" as the "red Cohen," or the red-and-white checkered Hohens, and the Cauley Coat uses Hohen symbols. That's not a bad Cauley link to Melusine already.

The Raines surname (Hall colors) is said to derive in "Ragin," and you saw that I traced the MalaHalls in Bavaria to the AltMUHL river, at the mouth of which is Regensburg. But I also trace the Malahule/Ragnvald bloodline to Rhegan on the Mures, and that was proto-Moor-ville, so to speak, or proto-Moray. BUT Marot-named Khazars lived on the Mures, now suggesting that Melusine-related Khazars were on that river.

It looks good for tracing Aubrey de Vere to Judith of Brittany too, who was the daughter of a Cohen-like Conan, count of Rennes! His father was Judicael Berengar!! It was the "Judicium" motto term of the Raines Coat that first alerted to a Raines trace to Judicael of Rennes. The second exclamation mark is for "Berengar," a Bernician/Varangi-like term.

Again, it's not out of the question that Veres were related to both Judith of Brittany and Judith of Swabia, for Vairs/Fers were first in Burgundy and use Hohen-colored checks, while Fers/Ferailles/Ferrats were first in Brittany and use Cohen-colored checks. I'm keeping in mind that ferrets and ermines (Brittany symbol) are similar creatures.

This Judith of Brittany married the Rollo-viking bloodline in Normandy. Judith's sister married into Flanders. Surprise. Judith looks like a Vere, even a Guinevere (i.e. a Vere in Guines).

It's not a contradiction to trace Veres to several places throughout Europe, for European royals were all over the place in making alliances. Besides, dragons never stay home, but run to and from throughout the earth causing trouble.

AND LOOK. The Raines Coat is the Hull Coat almost exactly, but with three talbots instead of three lions. That gets the Halls-et-all very close to the Brittany Alans, especially as Nicholas de Vere worships the Stewart bloodline.

BUT NOW, WOW, as I re-loaded the Raines Coat, what was seen but a "leges" motto term. WOW, I hadn't recalled that when writing the above: "The trace of the Vere's Rainfrou character to Swabia, a trace now on the table for the first time, evokes the Foetes theater."

Foetes is on the Lege river!!! Therefore, the Vere trace to Swabian Hohens seems all too likely, and it was those Hohens in particular, if I recall correctly, that use the black and white quartered Shield, the symbol of the Cauley Coat.

I had better jot down the "parium" motto term of the Raines' because I now make (thanks to Julie) a fundamental link between the Ligurian swan-line Gogi and the Parisii Gorgons that I trace to Parion (Mysia). The Ligurians were Lohengrin of the Arthurian cult while the Parisii were his father, Parzival/Percival. Oh, yes, another thing that dragons do to cover their malicious tracks: they write in code.

REMEMBER, the Parion Gorgons were the mythical Muses that moved to their sacred spot at PARNassus, a Parion-like term...that also smacks of "Bryneich." It's clear that dragon writers located Muses on Avalon due to their choice of nine witches, but then there were also nine original Templars under Hugh de Payen. If correct to identify the Avalon Muses as Masseys, we get a trace back to north Africa prior to the Guiscard-related Moors. That's interesting. King Arthur's "death" in Avalon was mere code, because the story, "Morte d'Arthur," smacks too much of Mauritanians and the Mortaine surname.

I say the Muses of Avalon were Parion MYSIANS, the Bernicians, and as Cauleys were Bernicians while related to the Campbells (= Camelot elements), recall that Campbells are said in their write-up to be descended from MacArthurs. The closeness of Cauleys to everything Massey suggests that Cauleys and Halls, Kyle and Coles, and Ellis, were from Mysia's Hellespont.

Let me repeat: the Chief witch of Avalon, Morgan le Fay, was code for the Dutch Vey surname that uses a boot, which is not only the symbol of the French Masses/Masseys, but code for Bute. Now recall emailer Patterson's statement: "These five clans were Grants, MACAULAYS, MACDUFFS, MacFies..." LOOK< the MacFies (in English Vey colors!) are also "Feys, and they were from elements of Iona, not far from Bute. As Argyllshire is right there at Bute, we could expect an Iona trace to Io, goddess of Argos, and/or the Greek Ionians.

The MacFie/Fey write-up says that the clan was first found on nearby COLONsay, a term that I trace to "MalColm/Collom." In the Iona article: "Its modern Gaelic name means "Iona of (Saint) Columba"..." This "saint" is also spelled "Calum," smacking of the Malcolm-colored Hallams.

And as Pattersons are a sept of (C)Auleys, it should explain why the MacFies/Feys use, "Pro Rege," as a motto, a phrase used by Irish Pattersons.

As the Veys, who are also Vyvyans/Vivians, were traced to Fife because the Vey and Fife Shields are identical while "Fife" smacks of "Viv(ian)," see that the French Fee/Fay Shield (fox) is similar.

LOW and BEHOLD. The Gaelic form of the MacFies is "MacDubh," same as the Duffs, and we even see a MacDuffie variation among the MacFies. THE POINT: the Duffs were first found in Perthshire...smack beside Fife! There was even a MacDuff, thane of Fife.

AND LOOK MORE, for as the MacFies are also "MacCuffie," see that entering "MacAffey" brings up the MacVEIGH clan (!)...with a Shield somewhat like the French Fees/Fays. Entering "Veigh" brings up the Vey/Vivian Coat. SUDDENLY, it seems that Cauley elements were on Bute.

LOOK AT THE ASTOUNDING (actually, it's not astounding, just correct and revealing). The Irish Duff Coat is a gold lion on green, exactly the lion in the Welsh Morgan Coat!!! Therefore, the Duffs were an integral part of mythical Morgan le Fay!!! Emailer Patterson has offered us no small tidbit.

I traced Duff-like Daphne to the wife of Merlin, and Merlin=Myrddin was in CarMARTHEN in Daphne-like Dyfid of south Wales, smack beside Morgannwg/GlaMORGAN! I identified Merlin's wife as Gwynedd (north Wales), where the Morgan surname (specifically, in Caernarvonshire) was first found! It therefore appears that the Duffs were the Welsh Daffys/Davis (first found in Cheshire). These entities were traced to the DeVAUD surname, and to Vivian- and Morgan-like (i.e. Morges) locations in Vaud canton, Switzerland. In fact, if I recall correctly, FE had found a Vey in Vaud.

CORRECTION, FE had found a FEY in Vaud! The article tells that Fey is surrounded by Naz (evokes Ness and Nassau of Holland), Pailly (evokes the Pale(y) surname of Yorkshire), and Vuarrens (evokes the Warenne/Varrenne surname using Nassau-colored checks).

LAUSanne is a major center in Vaud. Moreover, Fey is in the district of Echallens, said to be named after "Charles" but smacking much of Cauleys...and Helen. That is, was the MeneLAUS-and-Helen mythical marriage in Lausanne as an historical peoples?? And is the Pailey location named after Pelops>Menelaus elements in Pylos?

Echallens also has the Boden-like location of Bottens...

"WEDNESDAY Continuation" (don't miss the Levi = fleur-de-lys near the end of today's portion)

Look at how super this works now that I know there was a Perseus=Paris equation. I didn't know when I made that equation that Perseus and Andromeda had a child, Heleus, and I neglected to add that Gorgophone, Heleus' sister, had a son, Tyndareus (there was a river by that name in Caucasia, smack at the Lazi Gorgons], stepfather of Helen of Troy. It reveals what other myth terms do not give up easily, that the golden Fleece line was Gorgons, wherefore the Pelops line was Gorgons...and Danaans. Perseus -- a Danaan/Gorgon people -- was the Paris merger with Helen "of Troy/Mysia," though we know she was the mate of Menelaus of Sparta.

This Helen of Troy was the Helle of Mysia, in particular the Parion Gorgons. Helle and her brother, Phrixus, were children of Ixion (and Nephele), and as such they were from a stock in Thessaly (Ixion's stomping grounds), where Parion-like Parnassus is found.

When Phrixus=Perseus=Paris Gorgons lose a war and flees to Colchis, the myth writer just has Helle killed, falling off the golden ram into the Hellespont. But Helle's remnants, we can now assume, fled to become Helen with Menelaus. As Atreus and Menelaus were depicted with golden lambs (Menelaus was depicted with two, suggesting that God in Revelation 13 is hinting at a MeneLaus-Helen bloodline for the False Prophet), we can know that the golden-fleece Gorgons/Danaans were also the Pelops>Atreus>Menelaus line. Indeed, it proves out correct that Pelops was a Danaan line because his son (Atreus) was a ruler of Argos.

Hence Atreus, which we glean to be another name for the Perseus migration to Helen of Sparta, was the founder of Mycenae on the Argos outskirts (technically Mycenae was founded by Perseus), which then tends to prove that Mycenae was named after the Parion Mysians. Excellent, for the Argos-like Argyllshire location on-shore of the Bute Muses, was the home also of the Campbell-related Halls, suggesting that halls were from Hellen. I don't forget the Aison/Eason/Isan branch of the Mackays, for the Argo Ship was led by Iason, son of Aeson, the Orchomenos peoples, and meanwhile the Mackay clans were in cahoots with rulers of ORKney, a location that I've long linked to the Argo-related ORCHomenos.

You need a good head to follow this. And I'm risking all the specificity that I can. My theory that the golden fleece depicted the Lazi Caucasians is not contradicted where I identify it as the Atreus line, for his son, Menelaus, depicted the Las location on Sparta's Mani peninsula. That location was on the Taygeti mountain system, what was apparently Dia, the official wife of Ixion. If it appears obvious that Dia was named after Dionysus, note that he has the Maenads as his companions, the Maeonians that I glean were the namers of the Mani peninsula, and it can also be gleaned that the OrchoMenos peoples were just those Mani-line Maeonians, the co-founders with Mysians of the Pelops' ruled Lydians.

As Perseus is now identified as the Paris-branch Trojans, who others rooted in Batia, we note that the Bat Caucasians were smack beside, or even among, the Lazi Caucasians. We also know now what was expected, that Trojans were Gorgons too, and so I'll repeat here that I traced the Biblical dragon, without consideration on this topic, to both to Laz>Lydians, and to Gog of the land of Gorgon-like Georgia. The Batavi of Holland come back to mind, and as Batavi were a line to Merovingians, it just can't be a coincidence that the Lys line to Merovingians was on the Lys river, a giant's piddle away from the Batavia. In other words, the Lazi among the Caucasian Bats, later the MeneLaus Spartans, named the Lys river.

As we can expect the False Prophet to come from the Laz>Lys cult, note that Merovingians were false Christians, empire builders allied to pagan-infested, world-ruling Catholicism. And virtually all the rulers of Europe became such false-Christian entities.

As we now can know that the Pelops line to Menelaus was also the Helle(spont) Mysians to his wife, Hellen, we note further that Pelops ruled with his (Amazon=Mysian) wife in Elis, suggesting that Helen was actually the Elis region merged with the Pelops>MeneLaus line at Las. The Massey links to the Halls-et-al that I've seen now brings to mind that the Hellen cult was the Helle-branch Mysians. My inclination now, as per the Perseus=Paris trace to the Parisii Gorgons, is to identify the Mysians with the Mass/Meuse river to Paris' north, in Holland. But I would dearly like to identify Helen right in the city of Paris.

The best I can do now is to appeal to the Parisii trace (of others) to the co-founding of York, where the Hallands/Hallams, Caulleys (two 'l's), Hall-related Hulls, and Holle-based El(l)is' were first found. This is what I think God is revealing to use now. This has got to be important, a key that will blow it all more open as the days and weeks go on. Stay in your saddles, and don't get bucked off.

All the above for Wednesdays' update was an insert after I awoke yesterday afternoon from a snooze. I ended yesterday with: "Echallens also has the Boden-like location of Bottens... The following is what came after those three dots.

Was it (i.e. "Echallens" in Vaud, where LAUSanne was located) related to the Batavi of an Helen-founded Holland? Was Helen also the foundress of the Holle cult in Holstein, since the Hall-related Papes were in Holstein? Remember that white horse head, with tongue sticking out, belonging to the Pipes and Pappenheim-related Odins? The same horse design (in BLACK) is used by the Helen/Heylin/Helion clan of Brittany, whom I discovered recently to be (I'm sure) the proto-Stewart Alans. German Hellens/Hellerns use the Masci wing on what appears to be a Bellamy-version Shield, perfectly expected where I traced the Brittany Alans to the Italian Massis/Mattis (not only in Abruzzo, but in Piedmont where the Mascis were first found).

The Irish Fee/Fey Crest uses an eel, and I once suggested a trace to the Ali surname of Messina en route to progressing from Grecian Elis to the Ellis/Elis clan of Yorkshire. I can now add that this line was from Pelops-ruled Elis, then to his grandfather, Menelaus at Messene's Pylos, and before reaching Yorkshire went through the Parisii and Helen duo (I've yet to identify Helen in the Paris theater, but that's where Gauls lived). Let me quote what was said above:

This recalls the trace of the Ellis clan to the Ali surname first found on Messina (I wouldn't mention it if not for the Pati surname first found on Messina), near the nine AEOLian islands that I think created the nine Muses. I had traced the Ali surname to the Alice/Alis names used by the Skipton-branch Meschins. Skipton was in...Yorkshire i.e. with the Ellis'!

Skiptons use "Pro patria."Both the Skipton lion and the Vey lion are a rare purple color, suggesting the purple-obsessed Byzantine emperors, and we saw that the Byzantine-related Sprees of Lusignan moved to...Avalon.

As the nine Muses in the Aeolian islands were the nine witches of Avalon (A-Veylon?), we expect the Hellen>Aeolus bloodline in Bute, with the Masseys there, especially as Atlanteans were concisely identified by ancients as the Aeolus-Boiotus twins. The Orchomenos elements in Orkney were from Boiotia, and we know that viking rulers in Orkney also ruled on Bute. The Halland-branch Norwegians were connected to those vikings,

As Cauleys were of the Duff bloodline identified solidly above with Morgan la Fay and the Veys of Fife (where Callam=Hallam/Halland-related Duffs lived), the Fey location in the Echallen theater can't be ignored, sitting by Lausanne and Morges. Echallen and Lausanne really do look like Helen and MeneLAUS removed to Bute, but with the Spree-related Moors tossed in, as per the Morges>Morgan bloodline that ruled over Bute.

Mike Mullen (chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff) is involved with the present bucking for to convince Iraqi lawmakers to side with America rather than with Iran. Might he be from Malahule elements? If he can connect to the Cauleys-et-al, I would venture, yes. The Mullen/Mullane Coat uses crescents in the colors of the MacFee/Fay crescent. The latter is the clan using the Elis/Ali-like eel. Both clans were first/early found in Connaught. Note how the Gael topic below veers to Mullen-like terms.

The Greek Ionians were made closely related (by Greek myth writers) to mythical Aeolus, because both were made children of Hellen (not to be confused with Helen of Troy, one 'l', though I think the two were the same peoples). Suddenly, the origin of the Halls appears to be the Hellenists as they migrated into the Messina theater (where the Aeolian islands are, roughly). Aeolus was, quite apparently, code for a peoples of Elis, Greece. The related Achaeans lived in the Elis theater, and they were made brothers to Ionians. Aeolus' peoples were historically, Aeolids: "The Aeolids can be found ruling kingdoms in Thessaly, Argos, Corinth, Orchomenus, Elis, Messenia and Calydon."

It's not contradictory, necessarily, to trace the Hall-and-Kyle families to both the Hellen bloodline and to the Polish royals of the KOLODziej dynasty, for I had traced "Kolod" to the Khaldi>Calydon line, which you see listed above, and which was later right in Pict-ville -- where the Hall-related clans lived -- so to speak, as the Caledonian Picts. But Picts out to trace to Pictones, i.e. known to be of the Lusignan theater. I haven't proved, but am sure that Halls and Cauleys were of the Lusignan-Melusine cult, and so note the "Caly(don) term, for I glean that while the Khaldi became the Calydon Greeks and then the Celts and Scottish Calidonians, the Halybe-branch Khaldi became the Gally>Gauls.

As mythical ruler of Greek Calydon, Meleager, is easily placed in Orkney because Tolkien had a Meleager-like fictional code in "Melkor," the ruler over Orcs/Orks, it seems that Gallaibh in Caithness, on-shore of Orkney, was a (C)Halybe>Galli location. And Caithness is where we find the Halland vikings. The Khaldi lived near the Pyxites river (not far from the Thermodon), if that helps to explain the Caledonian-branch Picts (and Pictones).

I'm on the edge of my saddle wanting to know where "Spree" traces to the ancient world of the dragon cult. Might it be a soft-C version of "Kabeiri." Or, of "Kypris," the goddess of the Kabeiri? After all, she was the Heneti peoples to the Veneti=Venus, and as I said that the Heneti (depicted by "ANTenor") are depicted in heraldry with an ANTler, so the Spree region uses an antler in its Arms (shown above).

And as Pelops, king of Lydia=Lazi ruled in (H)Eneti, note that the Spree river starts in LUSatia. In fact, the Cabelees, depicted by the Phrygian mother goddess, Kybele/Cybele (goddess of the Kabeiri), were obviously chief rulers over the Kabeiri cult (it had Galli priests), and her husband, Attis, gave birth to mythical Lydus=Lydians. But the Cabelees had the LASONii for a fellow tribe, and that has got to be the Biblical dragon, Ladon-Gog, even the Lusatians...not far from the Lada-honoring Lithuanians and Latvians.

The father of Attis was sometimes made Cotys (and sometimes Manes=Maeonians), and on the Spree river there is a Cotbus location. Attis depicted Hattusa of the Hatti, who were from the Catti of the Cadusii, who smack of "Cotys." We out therefore to find Kabeiri elements among the Spree-river Melusine cult as it slithered its way to Lusignan and Bute. Again, the Heneti had representation at a Genetes location near the Pyxites river, and Pyxites people founded, I assume, the Pictones of Lusignan (Pictones named Poitou/Poiters).

I know where God wants to lead this Halland revelation, to the Cappadocia location on the Halys river, as it evolved into the Halland-family clans of the blue heraldic lion, the symbol of the Halland/Hallam Coat. That lion was used in Galloway, but also on Bute. It was in Yorkshire and Cheshire. I'll get to this Cappadocia topic in the next update, or perhaps at the bottom of this page. I'm keeping this page long so that the serious investigator can use the Find feature to go back and forth in comparing and combining points scattered throughout the page. If you need a primer, just look at the Cappa-like term in the York-surname motto (it's not a coincidence), note the York-surname colors, and see that the York Shield is the same as the MalCALLAM Shield, tending to prove that Callams were the Hallams first found in Yorkshire.

The point here is that the Hallams/Halls have just been traced to the Hellespont Trojan bloodline of Paris, while the same Trojans had a mythical Capys to depict Cappadocia. The latter location is always associated with neighboring Pontus, and so note "HellesPONT." ALSO, as I trace the Pharisee bloodline that killed Jesus to Cappadocia, note PONTIUS Pilate, the one who had him crucified. God wants us to know more secrets on Cappadocia. Stay in your saddles but don't go riding off. Stay tuned.

I tend to trace Hellenes to the Gileki proto-Alans, but then also trace Gileki (also called Gels) more-definitely to the Halys-river Galli, the proto-Gauls. I have never seen, until now, a possible Xuthus trace to "Caith(ness)." Xuthus was another son of Hellen, and father of Ionians and Achaeans. I trace "Xuthus" (which I pronounce, "Cooth-uz)" to the Mesopotamian region of Cutha(h), where NerGAL was the god.

Emailer Patterson made it a point to say that her five (and then-some) clans related to (C)Auleys and Halls/Aules were from the Hebrides theater (Scotland facing Ireland). The Gaels entered Scotland from Ireland exactly in the Hebrides, say the historians, and those islands were undoubtedly named after mythical Heber, founder of the Gaels Irish. The Kabeiri come to mind yet again.

The Irish Gaels tell us that their Heber founder originated from Scythians. Nicholas de Vere tells us that dragonline Veres to Melusine (or "Milouziana, as Nicholas called her) in Scotland was from Scythians. The Irish Gaels tell us that their Scythian bloodline (said to have named "Scotia/Scotland") was from Miletus (an Ionian bastion at one point), and then we find that Nicholas gives MILOUziana a Milo character for a son. We get it. Nicholas traces himself to the Heberite Miletans. These must have been the transvestite queers of Britain that still predominate to this day in powerful dark circles.

Note how "kilt" (said to be a homosexual tool but obviously a feminine piece of clothing) reflects "Khaldi/Celt." Why did Nicholas de Vere sign his first email to me, "Nickie"? I can think of no greater societal enemy than one who tries to make my own sons into queers. Beware the Freemason brothelhood, dangerous queers all bound in a blood oath to one another.

One week ago today (Wednesday), I awoke asking whether the Drakenberg organization, where Nicholas de Vere is some sort of "prince," is just a fancy term for Freemasonry in general, since after all the Fer and Italian Fulk checks are the same colors as the Italian Massi/Mattis checks, while I traced the latter clan both to the Brittany Alans (= "sacred" royal Vere kin) and to the Massin/Mason surname (first found in Kent, a Freemasonic bastion). I don't repeat myself unless it's useful for the coming discussion.

Should we view it as a FEReeMasonic bastion? That looks good, but it's not what was on my mind that morning as I awoke. I'm trying to set that up. I now turn to the Haskel Coat (surname first in Monmouthshire), which, instead of using nothing but a check pattern like the French Fer Shield, uses nothing but a so-called "vair" bell pattern, which seems to be code both for the Veres and their Bellamy/Bell kin (both Bells and Bellamys use a similar Shield). Again, the write-up tells us that "The Haskel name came to Britain with the Normans. It derives from any of a number of Scandinavian personal names, including the Old Norse name Askell, the Old Danish name Eskil, and the Old Swedish name Ăskil, a contracted form of Asketill. Some of the forms found in Normandy, France included Anschetill, Anketill, Asketin and Anquetin." We plainly see that this clan was Norse=Aryan, as we must expect of the Drakenberg organization. And we plainly see that the older terms have Kettle/Ketel-like ending so that they should trace to Ancitel, grandson of Malahule.

Now allow me to repeat what emailer Patterson said, keeping in mind that this is a fresh and too-timely discovery that wildly helps to put some important pieces together:

You wouldn't believe what else I've uncovered...First, the Halls...were originally Fitzwilliam's. There is even a FitzWilliam Hall surname still around. The FitzWilliam's were from FitzGoderic. FitzGoderic from KETELborn [caps mine]...Son Godric FitzKetelborn m. Ella De Warenne...

NOW, for what came to mind as I awoke: none of what is written above, but that's written to show how nicely it fits with "CocKATIEL." I wrongly had that term in my mind as the symbol in the Drake Crest; not only is that Crest a red wyvern dragon, but I had it mixed up (when I awoke) with the red "cockatrice" in the Presley/Priestly Crest (the write-up says it's a white cockatrice but the Coat shows a red one).

I just checked the Warrene-symbol dragon after writing that, and it's a "wyvern"!!! AND the Warrenes (smack of "Varangi/Varni) use a "juda" motto term, which I did not know when I wrote on the Judiths above. The motto means, "The lion of Judah is our strength," and yet the Warrene Coat is nothing but Vere-like Illuminati checks.

I was so disappointed when I re-learned that the Presley Crest is not a Cockatiel, for that would have proven Presley and Vere links to the Ketelborns, especially as the Presley Coat uses the same symbol (Presleys call it a "grappling hook," not forgetting the bend=hook symbol) as the Kerrick-branch Carricks. We can be sure that Presleys were a Vere branch to the Carricks because the Presley Coat also uses the ABREU castle and lions. Moreover, the cockatrice holds a "broken spear shaft" in its mouth, which recalls the link of AUBREY de Vere to the Speers.

[This paragraph is an insert to the topic at hand. Below, I find that "Speer" may be better identified than with a soft-C "Kabier," and yet I maintain that Speers were from the Abreu-clan trace back to the Kabeiri. I trace Abreu/Abruzzo and the Abruzzo capital, Aprutium, to "Aphrodite"=Kypris. Moreover, as the Sprees are now being traced tentatively to the Pyxites river near Thermodon/Trabzon (or "Trebizond"), note that Aprutium today is called...Teramo!!! We then expect Sprees to be related to "Drummond," and as Drummonds use the three horizontal bars used also in the Arms of Trebizond Empire, so the Arms of Lusignan uses horizontal bars of the same width, and in the colors of the German-Drummond bars/waves! BEHOLD, the Wikipedia article on the location of Drymen, near Renfrew where the Speers were first found: "The Scottish family name Drummond is derived from an old form of the [Drymen's] name." end insert]

Surely, I thought, there must be a cockatiel symbol in heraldry that stands for the Ketel and AnKETILLE bloodline. The first thing I did was to look up the correct spelling, and that led to the Wikipedia article: "The Cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus), also known as the Quarrion and the Weiro..."

Isn't that wilder than wild? Not only is the bird known as "Hollandicus," evoking the Hallands (who some call(ed) "Hollands"), but the the "Weiro" term is like the Weir clan founded by Aubrey de Vere. I've come across other articles where certain animal species are named technically after surnames...probably because the surnames traditionally used the species as heraldic symbols. That is, I have the impression that Weirs/Veres used cockatiels.

As the Warrene clan (ancestral to Halls) is also "Varrenne," compare with "Quarrion," another name for the cockatiel! As Warrenes were from Ketelborns, it makes sense to see the cockatiel was specifically a symbol in the Warrene clan, so let's not forget that Warrenes have nothing to do with the lion of Judah (= Jesus), but that they are from the Judicael and Judith lines at Rennes as it/they evolved into the Sprees of Renfrew. INDEED, did I not identify, earlier on this page, the so-called Magdalene bloodline from Jesus as the Lusignan-and-Speer bloodline? Praise God, the truth is coming out. The Jesus-bloodline hoax traces instead to the Kabeiri of the Halys river, where Caleb-ite Jews lived as (C)Halybes (Biblical Caleb was from the tribe of Judah).

And wasn't the Spree/Melusine bloodline in Lusignan just connected above with Lancelot. You did note that a lance is a spear??? Lancelot was made (by myth writers) the fundamental link to the ExCALIBur sword. I had traced Lancelot above to Lucania, and on that map of Lucania (if you wish to go back to it) you can see a Hales river near Eburum and mount Alburnus.

A wyvern is defined as a dragon having no front feet, a pointed tail, and wings. The cockatrice in the Presley Crest is a wyvern, essentially, therefore. The clan may have called it a cockatrice, not only because there may be a cockatiel symbol floating around in it's ancestry, but also for the "trice" term. I've just entered "Trice," therefore, to get the Trist/Triss surname...using stars in Vere-star and Caulley-star colors!

Recently, I traced the "trepidum" motto term of the Trists to the German Trips...who use the French Masse/Massey boot! AND, English Trips (Vere and Massey colors) were first found in Kent, i.e. where the Massins/Masons were first found!!

While Presleys call their symbol a grappling hook, the Kerricks call the same symbol a "calTROP"!! Isn't this fun??? One gets the impression that Freemasons did nothing all night but invent symbols for their cherished bloodlines.

I recall that when I was on that Tryst-and-Trip topic (1st and 2nd updates in April), Trip links to the Drop surname was suggested because German Trips were first in Hamburg while the English Hamburg-surname Coat uses "gold drops" (both Hamburgs and Trips use the same crosslets too) But the Hallands/Hallams use blood drops! Moreover, Hallands were first in Yorkshire, where the Presleys were first found, not forgetting that the Presley cockatrice is suspect as a version of the cockatiel=hollandicus.

WOW, I can scarcely believe this, like pieces falling out of Heaven right into my tripping path. Wherever I fall, there's another piece. I'm like Midas with the golden trip. The Hamburg Coat uses the Abreu castle exactly! I wouldn't have gotten that into this update had I not checked my files just now for where exactly I had dealt with the Trips. And I do trace Abreus>Bruces to Yorkshire, i.e. where the Presleys (who I say use the Abreu castle) were also first found!!

Drummonds (Abruzzo>Teramo related) were first found in Hamburg! Hamburgs use "honestum" for a motto code, while the Caulleys use "honeste." Again, I'm expecting Cauleys to link to the Spree-Melusine cult, and Drummonds were, as we just learned, of the Spree-Lusignan location.

There is a Scottish Trop/Troup/Troope/Trupe/Truppe surname not showing a Coat, and the Drop surname (Shield is filled with drops) is also "Trope/Trupe." The Trumps/Tramps were first found not far from the German Trips, roughly where the Varni and Angli had lived who trace to Angers and Lusignan. Go ahead, push me, Nicholas, I'll just trip and find another golden key. Yes, the Sheaves who use the key symbol, were first found in...Abruzzo!

Did we not see the Fer and Vere checks developing from the Lusignan-Khazar link to Angers? The Warrenes use the same checks...evoking a Varni trace to Angers and Lusignan! That is, Warrenes must have been the Varni, and as Warrenes were directly related to Halls (shows emailer Patterson), INGIbiorg, daughter of a Halland ruler, comes to mind as an Angli peoples. Were not forgetting here that the Varni and Angli worshipped Nerthus, for I traced her to "Enarete," wife of Aeolis! We therefore expect the Aeolis cult, by some name(s), among the Nerthus worshipers. How about "Auley"???

I know where the key symbol traces to: he Shaw-like Keys/Kays, even to the Macey-based Mackays, even to mythical Kay, son of the Ector/Hector Trojans. And as the Ector/Hector surname was first beside Fife, that ought to explain why Cauley-related Duffs were there, for we expect Hellen of Troy to be right where the Ector/Hector clan migrated to (for Hector was brother to Paris, who "abducted" Helen of Troy).

BEHOLD! My wake-up idea of a cocKATIEL was not in vain, and must have been another act of God. I'm treading through a fog here but I'm also seeing daylight. Did you not just see that I linked the cockatiel speculatively to the Presley cockatrice, and that the Presleys use the Kerrick symbol? THEREFORE, let me repeat what was discovered when on the mythical Perdix topic, who I traced to such surnames as the Parrots, and to motto codes like "paratus." I came to realize that "perdix" (means "partridge" in Greek) had derived from the Greek or Latin for "pirate," and then realized further that the parrot, often displayed on a pirate's shoulder, was a play-on-word symbol for pirates. The cockatiel is a parrot!! AND, the Kerrick Coat uses "Paratus" as a motto code!!!

Perdix was the inventor or carpentry tools, especially the compass. Therefore, it seems obvious now that the Freemasonic compass and carpenter's square are symbols of the Perdix cult. I reasoned speculatively that the saw-like bars, as for example the one used in the Pape Coat, are for the saw invented by Perdix.

Remember, Papes and Carricks (broken spear in ostrich's mouth, symbol also of the Kerrick-related Presleys) both use talbots (= Hall symbol). The Carricks are said to derive in Craigs, and they too use a broken spear. Craigs use "Vive et vivas" for a motto, evoking the Vey/Vivian clan at Fife. Carricks were first in Ayrshire, which is continental Bute, more or less. The Crichtons (green dragon and the blue Bute lion) were important on Bute too, as were the Kyles.

Per chance the dancette symbol, used by Carricks, is just another Perdix-saw symbol. Some old Arms of Denmark show a white-on-red dancette, in colors reversed to the Cheatle/Chettle dancette. There you also see the gold and blue checks in the Danish Arms, the symbol of the Warrenes (and Papes), suggesting that the Danes had merged with the Varni>Varangians. No surprise as they lived beside one another, but then it does trace the pagan Jews of the Warrene clan to Danes, expected where I link Caleb-ites to the old Manoah>Samson cult, near Hebron (where Caleb was from).

I now recall that the Hebron Coat is a white-on-red chevron (named after "Hebron, I figure), the colors of the Danish dancette (these are Spree>Speer colors as well). Moreover, I traced the dancette tentatively to the dancing Maenads of Dionysus, and the Manoah>Samson cult was traced to the Dionysus Maenads. Moreover, the Dionysus wine symbol was traced back to the Biblical valley of Eschol (Hebron), where large grape wines flourished. Caleb was himself involved in that setting.

I had identified "Carrick" with "Saracen," and hopefully that's correct. Carricks ought to trace to the Samsam- and Timnah-named Saracens whom merged with the Guiscard-viking family (vikings were pirates, and so were Templars...that became the Freemasons). The Kerrick caltrop is on a "pile," the symbol of the Scottish Guiscard Coat (the Pile surname uses piles too; we therefore get the Pile-surname link to both the Guiscards and Kerricks, the Piles/Pyles apparently being the most-important of the three surnames). Veres trace to Modon/Methoni (Messene, Greece), near the city of Pylos, and the father of Methoni was a wine man not by coincidence. He was the Dionysus cult from Eschol, and then we find that Eschol-like Scylla is in Messina.

You can bet your entwined serpent that Hebron elements named the Kabeiri cult, and Abruzzo.

The axe head in the Drake Crest should be the axe head in the Caulley Crest (this Caulley Coat is the one with Vere-colored stars). Can anyone start to see, therefore, that emailer Patterson's Caulley topic is very important for revealing the Drakenberg dragon? I had no idea when introducing Nicholas de Vere's writings (several years ago) that my mother's Masci bloodline would prove pivotal in uncovering hidden things relating to his "dragon blood," and to Templarism as a whole, BUT NOW, with the Drake surname link to Cauleys et-al, we are peering into Drakenberg's closet. I don't know whether emperor Nicholas really has any clothes.

I should re-mention that the "Aquila" motto term of the Drakes was traced to L'Aquila, capital of Abruzzo, although there is a city in Venetia, where the Abreu/Abruzzo surname was first found, called by a similar term. The point here is to show that Drakes and Presleys were definitely related, both rooted in the Abrussi clan...that put out the Bruces whose lion is used by the Hallands! (See the "hollandicus" below to explain that exclamation mark.)

I was in L'Aquila several times at age 10 when my mother went back (for the entire summer) to see her kin in a small town about ten miles from that city. As per her Masci bloodline, I stayed in the home of some Mascis. The Drake motto also uses, along with "Aquila," a "muscas" motto term. Coincidence? I don't think so. I think I was in that small town for the reason of my present work, for later in life (just as I was starting the dragonline book), I would hire an employee with an Abreu surname, and then rent a place in her house, at which time I began to see Masonic keys in her surname...which surname I hadn't initially known was a variation of "Abruzzo." The Arms of L'Aquila is a black eagle, the symbol in the Massi/Mattis Chief (compare that Coat with Italian Fulks). As you can read, the Massi/Mattis surname (Fer-colored checks) was first found in Abruzzo.

Drakenberg. Abruzzo. This paragraph needs no further point.

The Marsi of Abruzzo worshiped a snake, I read online. The Marsi were mythical Mars from Ares (and even from Marmara at the Hellespont), an Aphrodite cult, and that traces Drakenberg dragon blood merely to the dragon of Ares, not to Jesus, not to God, but just to the deviant crud of the planet, the war mongers, the crude selfish demons never satiated.

This is a good place to mention that the Abreu employee has a maiden name (which I won't spell here) that was almost-exactly "Rebel." That's being said because the German Rebel/Robels Coat uses the Masci wings! It was learned two maybe three years ago, some years after I started to include the Abruzzo clan in my dragon hunt. It was just one piece of many evidences that God was behind my life for the purposes of this bloodline Revelation (capitalized because it's not my revelation). I would suggest a trace of the Rebel/Robel tree-trunk stub to the Milan surname.

Hmm, the Warrene motto includes "robur."

The Ribble river through the Cheshire theater comes to mind, and that river, and the Bernician/Yorkshire theater in which it begins to flow, was linked to the "Barney Rubble" code. Fred Flintstone was linked to neighboring Flintshire, and to "Flanders" because his wife, Wilma (colored in Fleming red and white), was code for the Vlaam/Fleming founders of Flanders.

I was speaking with my Abreu friend a few days ago, when she called to say have nothing to do with the emails of Nicholas de Vere, because he gives her "the creeps." Only one other person had warned me of the same in her email: emailer Patterson. Nicholas is no longer writing me as per my last email shared in a recent update, suggesting that he's reading along in these updates, probably because he's learning things here that he's never known about his ancestry. Nicholas needs to understand that I can't put my faith aside to chat it up with a witch-loving dragonliner who has his own Christ but simultaneously puts the true Jesus Christ under his feet.

There is a Muscas surname (first found in Pisa, Italy) using a spotted leopard in Vere/Massey-Coat colors. I assume that the two Abreu lions became leopards because the two in the Arms of Normandy are technically, leopards. The Moscarello variation compares well with the Masciarelli/Mascarello variations of the Italian Masci clan (fleur-de-lys in Anjou-fleur colors). There's a question in my mind as to whether the fleur-de-lys connects with Florence (and/or its goddess, Flora), capital of Tuscany.

Pisa is in Tuscany, and Pisa in Greece was wrapped up in the Pylos cult because mythical Pelops married into Pisa. This brings us right back to Elis, because Grecian Pisa is in Elis. Pelops in Eneti was a ruler of the Anu>Antu>Anat cult to which Nicholas de Vere traces his Aryan bloodline. The AnuNaki, that is, or Anaki for short, who I think were named after Nachor, the Biblical spelling of Nahor. I linked Nahor fundamentally to Horites of Nuzi Iranians and therefore to DioNYSUS at NAXOS, but I also found that Nahorites were allied fundamentally to Sarmations>Alans...who lived on a sea (Maeotis) named after Medes. The Anaki were Aryans, and therefore Iranians, cousins to the Medes. We're talking Scythian and Cimmerian roots in Iran here, not the red blood cells of Jesus.

The Alans are known to be blonde and blue eyed. Same with the Budini who lived among the Alan-like Geloni. The Medes had both a Buzi tribe and a Budae tribe. The Gileki were Iranians too, and I had traced them to the Glaucus river in Caucasia, where lived the Bats who I now suspect in the Batia>Bodencus>Padova line to the Pati/Paddy>Pattersons and Halls-et-al. How can it be a coincidence that both Pattersons and Halls have been found linked to Cammels/Campbells, and to Kyles=Coles from Camulodunum, elements that I've long held to be named in honor of Kemuel, Nahor's third son after his second, Buz?

Then, years ago, I traced the Geloni to "Holland." I reasoned that the Geloni (Ukraine theater), whom Herodotus said were from Greece, was the mythical Geloni-like Gelanor who ruled Argos but had been expelled when the Danaans proper started to rule Argos. I had traced mythical Danaus of Argos to Tanais...smack at the Maeotis sea where the Sarmations>Alans lived. It was also reasoned that the Geloni in Greece were the Hellen>Aeolus bloodline...that ruled in Argos among other places.

At first I ignored a possible "Nahor" trace to "Nether(lands)" because "nether" is said to mean "lowland." But when it was gleaned that the Batavians of Holland were from the Bodencus=Padus river, two terms that appear to be two Buz branches, one of them looking like the Budini (who lived with/beside the Neuri, Ukraine theater), it then made sense that the Geloni should trace to "Holland," and moreover there was a mythical Nor that was founder of Norway, and according to emailer Patterson, there is/was a Halland in Norway. But in any case, the Hallands appear very linked to Kemuel elements.

I had traced "Budini" ("Bodencus" seems even better) to "Woden," the alternative for "Odin," and as we saw, the stork-using Halls trace to the Odin surname!

In a Neuri article that I visited just now, what did I find but something I don't recall acknowledging: "Tribes Described Primarily by Herodotus: Scythians, Androphagi [Andromeda may have been named in-part after these], Cimmerians, Agathyrsi, Massagetae, Padaei, Gelonians, Neuri, Macrones... WOW! The Padaei are listed smack beside the Neuri and Gelonians. Were they the Budini, or from the Padus/Padova-branch Buzites that I just suggested should trace to the Pati/Paddie surname? Recall the white horses found as symbol to the surnames, Pipes, Frey and Odin, and see this: "Herodotus also mentions wild white horses nearby [the Neuri]...."

The Padaei article tells that these peoples were from India, but I do note that Dionysus was in India too. The Padaei are thought (by some anyway) to be the Batta. Let's not forget that Medes were in India too (Aryans are now called by the politically-correct term, "Indo-European"), i.e. who had a Buzi and Budae tribe, the latter of which looks like the root of India's Buddhists.

The article goes on to say that the Neuri were of the lost ten tribes of Israel, but that's just Freemasonic bunk. No proof is given. We also read: "The 18th century Swedish historian Olof von Dalin [I trace the Dallen surname to the Magdalene cult!] wrote that the Neuri were a mixture of races: Scythians Greeks and Hebrews who accompanied the Budiner or "Shepherd Scythians" to the Swedish islands around 400 BC." The Hebrews there are likely envisioned by the writer as Israelites, but then Nahorites were Hebrews too (and Scythians), but not Israelites. Other historians reject the Neuri link to Israelites for lack of evidence of Israelite practices/region. Nahorites were pagans and therefore never had Mosaic tendencies, wherefore pagan Nahorites fit the Neuri mould much better.

Again, mythical Pelops (ruler of Eneti) was the Anaki>Anu>Antu>Anat> line to Nicholas de Vere's dragon cult. Pelop's grandson, MeneLAUS (whom I traced to Dionysus' Maenads before I knew that Dionysus depicted Nahorites), was married to Helen. A trace of Helen to "Holland" is justified because Flanders is in Holland. I traced "Flanders" to "Blanda" at the Laus river in LUCANIA. MeneLaus and Helen were in Las, surrounded by Sparta, also known as LACONIA! But then we should expect the Pelops>Menelaus bloodline in Flanders/Holland too, and it just so happens that Menelaus, toward the end of his life (that's myth code for a late period of the Menelaus Spartans), was in Messene...where Pylos is located.

I've long traced Nicholas de Vere's bloodline (and Dionysus') to Messene. I traced Dionysus, the wine god, to Oeneus the mythical wine character, father (i.e. founder) of Methoni, the very city to which I had traced Nicholas' Mitanni ancestry. Pelops had been made married to an Amazon daughter of an Oeneus-like mythical king of Pisa (who was given horses and chariots for a symbol). Did Amazons name Messene and Methoni, therefore, after themselves?

I recall tracing the wine cult of Dionysus>Methoni back to a Biblical scene using grape vines in the valley of Eschol, near Hebron (where Nahorites are suspect because his brother lived in Hebron). I repeat this because I recently traced the Skull and Bones cult to the Bonnes/Bone and Bone surnames, but also to the Skull surname using a Bonne/Bone-like Shield (see 1st update this month). I realized that this Skull and Bones cult had honored "Eschol," leading to a the Schole clan (Illuminati-like Shield, Jerusalem-Templar cross)...first found in Yorkshire. Moments previous to finding the Schole clan, I had found a similar clan (can't recall the spelling) using the Hebron-surname white-on-red chevron .

The point is not only that the Scholes might be linked to the Hallands and Caulleys (two 'l's) of Yorkshire, but that 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..." The Barwick surname uses muzzled bears, important below.

Is that not wilder than copper-colored horses? Here's why: because the paragraph above was inserted directly above the paragraph below after the one below was written, and before I read that the Lacys were involved with the Scholes. Now read below.

The wife of Pelops was a horse woman, Hippodamia (a hippo is a horse in Greek). I tend to think that "damia" is code for dame=woman=Amazon. But perhaps that's wrong or secondary, for with "damnia" the LaceDaemonians come to mind too because they were a chief Spartan tribe, and Pelop's son (Atreus of Argos) developed into Spartans at Las/Laas, a term smacking of "Lace."

It's just a theory, but the correct version, "Hippodamia," may have meant, or may at first have been, "HippoDamNia," to indicate the Daemonians. In this picture, Menelaus at Las was the same Amazon peoples as HippoDam(n)ia in Elis/Pisa (a Ladon river ran between Las and Pisa). In fact, I'm convinced by this new logic that Pelops married (Hippo)Daemonians...who I traced to the Daphne cult at Devon (near CornWALL and Wales), specifically to the founders of the Devon theater: the Dumnonii. But with Menelaus being from Pisa (that makes sense because I identify the Tantalus>Pelops line as Pisidians), so Helen (wife of Menelaus) ought to have been there, and that's where "Elis" comes in. Hence, we find that Daphne-like Duffs were related to Cauleys. (I say Wales was named after "Gaul," and that Cornwall was named in-part after Wales elements, and that Cauleys ought to be from them.)

Again, I link Amazons to dragon-cult Edomites, and Daemonia>Dumnonii smacks of "Edom."

Also, the Lacy clan uses a purple lion, same as the Skiptons of Yorkshire. The Lacys were Leslies, and the Cauleys use the Leslie buckles. If it's correct to trace "Leslie" to "Lusatia," we have reason to trace it to LaceDaemonians. If I'm not mistaken, the ancient black-skinned drawings (very Amazon-looking) made by Spartans on pots, jugs, etc., were made by LaceDaemonians in particular. This could suggest a link to Amazons of north-Africa.

If correct to trace mythical Dia, official wife of Ixion (note the XION in that term), to "TAYgeti" (where Mani and Las were located), then perhaps Dia also traces to DAEmonians, in which case the latter term, because Dia was likely a feminine DION=Dionysus, looks to be understood as Dia-Maeonians or Dia-Maenad.

I had previously traced the Lazi>Las Spartans to MeLUZine and to the Leslies, and to LUSignan and LUZica. This was the Ladon dragon, the Biblical dragon to which the False Prophet will be linked. [AND ZIKEY, as I was re-reading this paragraph, what came to mind but a Speer=Spartan equation!!! This means that "Spree" may not trace to "Kabeiri/Kypris," but rather to the SEPHARvites that I trace to "Sparta." Yes, for as it was just found on this page that Drummonds were Speers, so I had traced "Drummond" to the Sepharvite god, Adram.

as Sprees>Speers have just been identified as the Magdalene cult, and as that cult seems to have arisen in Languedoc, I must repeat that I trace both Joktanites, and Joktan's Adram-like son, Hadoram, to Sepharvites...because Genesis 10:30 has Joktan's sons living at/beside Sephar (and Mesha). I traced "JOKTAN" to "OCCITANia." what was the Languedoc theater! Occitania stretched into northern Spain, where not only the mouth of the Ebro river is located, but where "Jewish" Sephardics live to this day. Joktan was Eber's son, the latter being the father of the Hebrews as a whole (Israelites/Jews were just one branch). I may have linked Speers to Spartans/Sepharvites in the past, but writing so much, I can't recall it all anymore.

A Spree trace to the Kabeiri cult is not out of the question where Eber was also father of the Kabeiri. I trace the Kabeiri goddess, Kypris, to the Hebros river in Thrace, where her husband, Ixion, depicted the Kikons of that river. Kypris was identical to Nephele, you see, from Nefertiti (a Mitanni peoples) way down south in Egypt. Joktanites were from down that way, out of Yemen/Aden, and that's where Egypt's Memnon region lay. Not only were Menelaus and Helen located by myth writers in Egypt for likely this reason, but the brother of Menelaus was made, AgaMEMNON. The black-skinned Spartans may have been this Memnon cult, and "Mitanni" sounds like "Amazon."

I know an emailer, whose surname I've traced to the Lusatia theater, who had married a Speer. She related to me that he was involved in some eerie goings-on at Stanford University, the university that I say (with little doubt) was rooted in Rothschild-and-Rhodes-associated British Illuminatists, of the "Apostolic" and "Christian" kind, that included in their circles the Anglican duo, Westcott and Hort.

I have not known for long (just days) that Veres trace closely to Speers, but I did once trace the Veres of Oxford to a close association with the real "William ShakeSPEARE." As you may know, Shakespeare was opposed to Macbeth, but was instead for Duncan, father of Malcolm III. The play also included Macduff of Fife. As you read above, the MacDuffs and Duncan's son himself were linked directly to emailer Patterson's Halland>Cauley>Hall bloodline. Again and again, the Cauleys and the Speers, now making the Cauleys even more Helen-of-Sparta conspicuous where Speers are regarded as Spartans. A Spree trace to Sparta in-turn clinches a Lusatia trace to Las of Menelaus.

I've just got to say that Drakenberg, or one of its affiliated circles, could just put forth the False Prophet, for Menelaus was depicted in a myth (buried somewhere in my writings) with two lambs.

Emailer Patterson asked me to read on Sigurd of Norway, the king who succeed the family of the Malcolm-related Hallands:

By going on the crusade, [Sigurd] was the first European king to do so, and his crusader feats earned him the nickname Jorsalafari....On his way to Jerusalem (Jorsalaland) he visited King Roger [Guiscard] II of Sicily in his castle at Palermo. Upon arriving in the Holy Land he was greeted by Baldwin I [Flanders elements], [the first Templar] King of Jerusalem.

The Jerusalem Templar cross was the personal symbol of Godfrey de Bouillon (Flanders elements), the first ruler, though not officially the king, of Jerusalem. When he died abruptly, Baldwin was made the king. The Baldwin-surname Coat uses a "Nibelung"-like motto like that of the Campbells, and Nibelungs were traced by me to a hill beside mount Gareb less than two miles from the Jerusalem that GodFREY conquered (I trace Nibelungs to a merger with Frey-honoring Frisians). This little Nibelung tid-bit supports my claim of years ago that Templars were fighting on behalf of their Garebite-Amorite ancestry, not for their Israeli ancestry.

The Baldwin Crest is a green wyvern, though it's officially a cockatrice (Presley/Priestly symbol). The Baldwin cockatrice is said to be "wattled," evoking a duck, important where the Drakes (use a wyvern in Presley-cockatrice red) are said to be named after drakes=ducks (not true of course, but that's the symbol they adopted). The Sheldons (in Patrick colors) use a "sheldrake" duck and use a "pati" motto term. Again, Templars and Freemasons, when they are not out killing people in the name of holiness, are thinking up codes for their special bloodlines. The Baldwin Shield displays a black saltire, the Patrick symbol too!

Hmm. "PaTRICK" versus "DRAKE" versus (Cocka)TRICE. Remember the Trice/Triss/Trist link to Trips, for one Trip Coat uses a ladder=SCALA and the other Trip Coat the Massey boot. And don't forget that the Italian Pat(t)i surname was first in Messina, where Scylla was.

Never mind the "shelf" derivation in the Sheldon write-up, for these were a branch of the Yorkshire Sheltons (remember, the Scylla-like Scholes were first in Yorkshire too!). Sheltons are in Skelton (Bellamy Shield, Masci fleur, Sinclair rooster, raven) colors. Knowing that Meschins use scallops tracing to Scylla, that's where the Skeltons and their branches trace. Scylla was not named after a shelf. The Skelton Coat compares well with the Shell/Schell Coat, and scallops=shells are used by the Shell Oil company. A shell is not a shelf.

Baldwins were first found in Shropshire, where Meschins and Bellamys were first found. It's also where Alans>Stewarts were first found, whose viking ancestors I say worshiped BALDer, a Scandinavian god whom I suppose was depiction "Baltic" elements. The English Pati/Paddy clan (from the Scylla theater, I presume), was first in Worcestershire, beside Shropshire, which recalls Bellamy derivation in Bellovesus Gauls that planted Ligurians on the Po=Padus river.

I stressed the Laevi Gauls/Ligurians at Novara, and entertain them as Nibelungs, not Jewish priests. The Pascals, who use the Templar lamb, also use the Levi lion, and as Pascals (means "Easter") trace to the Sturs/Easters in Hampshire, so note that the Atrebates of Hampshire trace back to "Atreus," father of Menelaus, who, like Menelaus, was depicted in myth with a lamb. Might the false Levi (and Cohen) priests have anything to do with the False Prophet?

The Presleys/Priestlys may have gotten the impression over generations that they were from an ancient Levi priesthood in Israel, for I trace the Presley Coat to the Abreu clan first found in Padova, on the Po! Again, both Nibelungs and Padova-rooted Batavians were integral to Merovingians, and they too got the impression (from Ligurian realms, founded at LACYdon) that they were from a holy bloodline of Jews.

BUG YOUR EYES. Did you happen to notice that changed its webpage format. The lion in the top corner is the Levi-surname lion (but with its head turned back)!!!

You may have read that I trace the Ananes Gauls, directly over the Po from the Laevi, to the Annandale Bruces (the Bruces use the Annan saltire). But as Bruces were also in Yorkshire, founded by the Parisii, note that the French Levi clan was first found in Ile-de-France = Paris! Recall my trace of Bruces to Bruges, Belgium, for the Pratts/Preats/Praits (i.e. like "Priest") of Belgium use the Bruce saltire too. I traced Pratts to PODEBrady, and have wondered whether the "Pode" linked at first to the Po/Padus. As the Abreus>Brusi were of the Aphrodite cult, and as the Abruzzo capital was APRUTium as a result, note that Podebrady is also PodeBRODY.

As the Po was also the Bodencus, note that the Irish Pratt Crest (mascles) uses an eagle/falcon much like the Bode Coat eagle, and that Brit Pratts were first in Norfolk where falcon-depicted Fulkes were first found. Then, we find Dutch Bodes (lozenges) that may have been related to the Batavi there. As Abreus were related integrally to Mascis (interior Liguria, near the source of the Po, in PIEDmont), the Pratt mascles seem to support a Pratt trace to the Abreu bloodline.

I had read that the first Drummond progenitor, George of Hungary, married a gal from Podebrady. It's then very conspicuous that Aprutium today is Teramo. I traced George either/both to Macbeth's side, or to Malcolm III's side (the two were at war in 1055 when George entered Britain).

I was very nervous about making the bold trace of George to the Ross clan, and I removed some material online about his son, Maurice Drummond, said by one website to have been Marot de Yorvik. I assumed from that phrase that Drummonds were in Yorkshire, and I do note that Drummonds use two Coats, one in Bruce-of-Annandale colors (remember, Pratts from the Drummond-to-PodeBrady marriage use the same saltire), and the other in Bruce-of-York colors. Bruce III of Scotland married Annabel Drummond, and the Annabel/Hannibal surname was first found in Yorkshire. "Annabell" smacks of "Annan."

Just realized. The Levi surname is also "Le Vie" and may therefore link to the MacFies/Feys and Veys et-al. The MacFies use a motto like the Pattersons, and we just saw that the Laevis were on the river to which I now think Pattersons (first found in Ross-shire) trace.

I ALMOST MISSED IT. The French Fees/Fays were first in Auvergne, which is also AVEYron (!!) using a lion in colors reversed to the Fife-area Duffs!!! As per the Daphne>Duff trace to this Fay bloodline made earlier, I neglected to say that the Daphne cult is expected in Dauphine, which is the general Aveyron/Languedoc theater. Hmm, as Nicholas de Vere placed his Melusine line in Avalon (AVEYlon??), I see at the article above that Aveyron is also "AVAIRon.

Avallon in France is in the Nibelung theater at Autun, further up the Rhodanus watershed. The Rhodanus was named by the same Rodez peoples that lived in ancient Aveyron.

The Bouillon surname (Moor head and "vero bello" motto phrase) was first found in Aveyron. The bello term smacks of Bellovesus, who was from the very same area of France. It always comes round to Bellovesus, as monotonous as that may be to you. The so-called Priori of Zion, or something like it, linked by some to Godfrey de Bouillon, is not a bad theory where Vey of Switzerland is near Sion/Sitten. In that picture, Aveyron links to Vey.

The Godfrey surname uses "A demi Saracen holding a silver cross crosslet fitchee in his right hand," suggesting that this clan was linked to the Moor head of the Bouillon Crest. The Godfrey birds are pelicans, which I trace to the labrys axe in Crete, called a pelekus or sagaris, and so note the Godfrey motto phrase, "libertas." The brother of Bellovesus was Segovesus. I think we get it.

Irish Godfreys (dragon) were first found in Offaly, an Avalon-like term. The Offaly-surname Coat (in Irish Godfrey colors) uses the Bouillon cross. Therefore, it seems certain that Godfrey and Bouillon surnames were in honor of Godfrey de Bouillon. They were from Boulogne, perhaps linked to Bologne near the Po, where the BOII ruled (i.e. compare with "Bouillon)") at one point. In fact, I had traced the Bellovesus Gauls to the Boii of Bologne.

We now have a very good indication that Templars were much rooted in Boii-hemians, even as Massins/Masons had a branch in the Boii-founded Bessin. The Boiotians (i.e. mythical Aedon) were traced to Autun, remember, beside Avallon. And Avalon in England was Boiotia-like Bute. Tolkien had Avallone on fictional "Eressea," code for Rothesay, the earlier name of Bute. The evidence is overwhelming: Bute was Avalon.

The evidence is overwhelming that God called me to write this hunt for Buzite bee-liners. He fetched for me while I was out in a vegetable garden preparing to learn to grow tribulation foods, when a huge bee a-buzzing approached and "spoke" with me to get onto the computer to find where Buz traces. I'm not crazy. I'm not foolish. Thereafter, before I discovered that the Bessin surname uses bees, I had found that Melia was the bee goddess of Boiotia. I also discovered that the Boy Coat uses the same bees as the Bessin Coat. These discoveries were in-the-years after the garden event. Who gave me what it took to persist this long? Who gave me the time? Who will create the fruit that my garden never did? It just wasn't time for gardening, you see, but was the time for growing a different kind of fruit. I have no idea yet what it looks like, but it's got to be for trib-prep just the same.

Why does "MeroVEE" end as it does while it's known that Merovingians, especially Clovis, honored bees? Was it code for the Vie spelling of the Levy clan? Greenway 7 suggested that the fleur-de-LYS of Clovis may be rooted, not just in "Ley/Lee," but in "Levy." The ends of the Bouillon cross are fleur-de-lys, and Bologne was not far from where the Laevi lived on the Po.

Who taught the Jews/Hebrews to say, "Oi vey."

Recall Aunt Bee and Opie ("opis/ops" in Greek/Latin means "bee", and Merovingians were from MerOPS, grandfather of Aedon of Boiotia) in the old television show, Andy Griffith. Aunt Bee was played by Francis Bavier, potentially from the Baii-branch Bohemians that founded Bavaria. For the record, Baviers use the goose, which becomes important when getting to Julie's goose theory.

She was on the topic of Jan Hus of the Bohemian Brethren or Moravian Church (a Christian cult), whose followers were Hussites. Her theory is that Hus was named after the Czech "hus," meaning a goose. When I saw this, I immediately thought of the Gos bloodline, for I tend to trace it to the heraldic goose. My theory was that the Gass-Coat ducklings (same as the Sheldon sheldrakes) could have developed from goslings. The Gos bloodline married the Malahule bloodline in the Bessin, and "Mala" sounds like Melia=honey.

Julie made a reference to the Bohemian grove, pointing out it's owl deity, and while she likely keeps a theory that the Grove's owl connects to "Kos," the owl cult of Edom, she didn't make the Kos>Gos>Hus connection, I don't think.

The Geese/Goes(e) surname of Holland uses what I think is the Arms of Flanders, which a clan may not use unless they are related to the bloodline(s) that developed and owned the Arms originally. The Gos clan was also "Gois," very close to "Goes." The Gois Crest uses a swan, it's said, but boii-oh-boii does it ever look like a goose too. You can know that the Gois surname shown is the Gos line of the Bessin line that married the Contevilles=Burgos, for in the Gois write-up a Gois character marries the Burghs/Burkes.

The Gois Coat uses lozenges. Where did we just see those? In the Dutch Bode Coat, a surname that I think traces to bee-line Buzites. The Hussites now smack of the Hesse location that I tentatively trace to "Esau," who ruled his Hebrew tribe at Bozrah. The Irish Hassan/Hessen Coat uses...lozenges in Gois-lozenge blue! Remember, the Gos clan under discussion was ruling Cheshire (after leaving the Bessin), a location that I trace to Hesse(n), Germany. The Hessen Coat of the Hesse family in Germany uses the same blue-on-white as the Irish Hasans/Hessens.

The "Jewish" Hesse Coat uses the griffin of the Italian Ali Coat (Messina), which surname I've traced to the Meschin-Skiptons. I say this because the Skiptons come up below in relation to Bute=Buz elements.

Entering "Hus" brings up the Huston/Houston/Cuiston surname (in Moray-colored checks) using an hourglass in Crest and an "In time" motto that I linked to a similar one ("Deum time," a possible Edom code) in a Moray Crest (latter Coat no longer shown). This is very Hussite-conspicuous because Moray is also called, Moravia.

The Hus' were first found in Renfrewshire (!!), and I know that the hourglass is code for Glasgow (in Renfrewshire), and so we turn to the Glass surname (stars in Kyle-star and Cauley-star colors), first found in Buteshire (off the coast from the Renfrewshire theater), using Melusine in Crest (!!!), the same Melusine with mirror (i.e. a piece of glass) in the Moray Crest. ZOWIE, there's a Melusine in Speer-theater Renfrew. BANG ON! BUT just as I suspected that Cauleys should be linked to the Speer-Melusine bloodline, there we have Melusine in a Cauley-like Glass surname.

The Jewish Glass Coat uses the Fulk wings with an hour-glass shape between them. But Fulks, who made it to the Templar-Jerusalem throne, were not Israelites, were they? The English Host/Hust Coat (in all three French Pohl/Poland colors) uses a similar wing format. A Pollock-surname bloodliner tells me that there are Jews in Glasgow, though she is no longer sure whether they are true Jews. The Host/Hust Coats bull head might be a version of the German Pohl and Mieske design.

It was while re-reading the paragraph above that the thought came that "Cauley" should have had a Cauleg-like variation. So I checked "College" (pomegranates) to find a white fesse on blue. Then I considered the same sort of thing for "Auley," and chose "Alex" as a potential "Auleg" term. It was pretty amazing to find another white fesse on blue in the Polish Alex Coat. The latter was first found in CRACow, smacking of the Carricks, Craigs, Creeks and others to which the Cauleys have already been linked.

Remember, the Halland noble (Arnesson) in exile in Kiev, whose bloodline (perhaps a son) apparently had some relation/association with the future queen Margaret may have been mix of Varangians with the future Anders I of Hungary, for he too was in exile in Kiev when Margaret was there. Later, when Margaret married Malcolm III, she named a son, ALEX-ANDER.

The Moray write-up traces early to Bothwells, whom I discovered were named after Bute, thus explaining why Moray uses Melusine, or why Nicholas has Melusine on Avalon=Bute. The Bothwell/Boduel Coat, in Bute/Botte-Coat colors, uses a A boy pulling down a green pine tree. That can't be coincidental, supporting a trace of Bute to the Boii and Boiotians.

The Moray-Bute relationship evokes the Baathist founders, Aflack and Bitar. The Aflack and Bitar/Buttar Coats both use the same fat black cross, and the Randolphs of Moray use both a bat, and a fat white-on-red cross, symbol of the Bath Coat. I therefore glean that Bitars/Buttars (first in Fife and Perthshire) were Bute elements as they linked to Moray. Yes, the hearts in the Bitar/Buttar Coat are used also by the Douglas Coat, which uses the Moray stars besides.

The Both/Botte Shield is a chevron in colors reversed from the Vey chevron, not surprisingly anymore. As I now know that the purple Vey lions are for Skiptons of Yorkshire, it's interesting that English Bo(o)ths were first found in Yorkshire.

When I attempted to decipher "Glasgow," the idea of Gaal-Asg or Gaul-Euskal came to mind, or even GlasGos. It was a long shot, and then I tried hard to follow the Glasgow-surname leads. For sure, the Glasgow Coat is related to the Lord surname because it uses a "Lord" motto term and is in the colors of the Lords (the same blue on white are used by the Hessens and German Hesses, but also the Yorkshire Hallands). Then, the Lord Coat uses a "maunche" in Crest, possible code for Manche's Massey bloodline.

Glasgows use a "mound." The Scottish Mound/Mund surname also uses a mound, suggesting that many heraldic mounds could be code for this bloodline. The English Myndes/Mounds/Munds use bees (!) and what appears to be a pheasant!! I had traced the Pheasant surname solidly to the Besant and Bessin surnames, and meanwhile Wikipedia reported that pheasants were named after Phasis, also named Poti, in Caucasia...where the Bats lived.

The Mound pheasant-like bird is technically a "heathcock", smacking of the Keath surname that traces to Hesse Catti, a tribe of which are the Batavi!! It's known that the Stewarts of the Glasgow area were from Shropshire, where the Myndes/Mounds/Munds were first found, and where bee-Bessin-rooted Meschins were first found.

Put it this way, that if Cauleys trace to north-Africa by some means, then the re-occurring Cauley link to Massey and Meschin entities is not surprising. But as Cauleys appear to trace to the Aeolids, whose tracks seem to be continuously north and west from Greece, the suspected trace of Cauleys to north-Africa might be nothing more than via their Massey or Meschin links. Thus far, the trace to north-Africa has been viewed via Malahule, who was the lineage to Meschins, but not Masseys. It appears that the first Meschin, Ranulph of Cheshire, was named after Masseys of Cheshire, not vice versa. I would guess that Ranulph's Goz-line mother had a Massey ancestry (I don't buy that "le Meschin" meant "the younger").

Ranulph's mother was styled, Emma of Conteville, but her sisters were Burgos, and he brother was Robert de Burgo, count of Mortaine. There's the suspected Mauritanian bloodline. Clicking to Robert's genealogical data, we find that he married the daughter of a Shropshire-associated Bellamy!! It should have been a Bellamy of Ferte-Mace roots. It's known that this Meschin family inter-married with itself grossly.

Remember, Burgos were traced to Burgundy and Contevilles (same clan) to Languedoc's Villes and Contes', and that gets one half way to north-Africa already. Recall the Gros-surname (first found in Burgundy) trace to the Graeae Amazons/Gorgons, for Emma's brother was a "Gros: "Hugh d'Avranches, 1st Earl of Chester also went by the nick-name of Hugh 'le Gros'" Nickname I don't think so. This can explain why the Goz clan was also styled, "Gros," at times. Recall that the Gros clan linked to the Yorkshire Odo clan, for one Burgos sister of Emma married Eudo/Odo. Emailer Patterson would be interested in the husband of that sister (Muriel de Burgo), Eudo de Capello. These Burgos were children of the Conquered's mother, attesting to how high Ranulf le Meschin was on the royal ladder of Conqueror England.

The Forbes Coat use muzzled bears (Macey symbol) too, and a "Grace" motto term. Entering "Grace," we get an Irish clan (also using a "Grace" motto term) said to derive in a French term, "gros." The English Grace/Gras clan (likewise uses a half-silver, half-gold lion) has the same gros derivation, and French Graces (Provence) use Macey colors.

The "ForBEY" variation (the Bey/BEIR surname is part of the Boioarii or Baiuarii/Bavaria entity) could imply that the bear was originally a symbol for bees>honey, thereby tracing to the Boii of the Bessin. Now that evokes my trace of the muzzled bear to the saddled bear of Corbinian of Bavaria! Hmm, "Forbes" rhymes with "Corb," and so entering "Corbes" gets Cor terms ending in "beile," or "beyle," like the French word for "bee" (I think a French bee is spelt, "abiele").

The Beyels/Beiles were also first found in Provence, and they use a red rose like the Beys/Beiers/Beirs of Bavaria. One could suppose that the latter clan was a Bellamy clan, and I do note the other Beille-Coat page where the clan was first found in Burgundy...i.e. along with Burgos elements.

The Corbeile griffo-dragon is one of the few times that I've seen the Vince/Vinch design.

Unfortunately, I can't find Ranulph's Massey bloodline in genealogical records, unless Burgos were Masseys who named themselves after Burgundians. But I did find a Mussel Coat (BLACK wolf in Crest, perhaps that of Hugh D'avrances line) that I've reported a few times to be a variation of the Meschin/Masculine Shield. Musselburg in Catti-named Haddington (Lothian) comes to mind.

AHA. The white spheres in the Mussel Coat are said to be "plates," and the Plate Shield is also the Macey and Mackay Shield! If that's not enough, the Plates use white scallops, the Meschin symbol. The white scallops are white-on-blue (Patterson-scallop colors)...which reminds me that the A-Coruna location (Basques galore) in northern Spain (home of Geryon Gorgons, I and others think, though others may not realize that "Geryon" was code for Gorgon), to which I traced a Meschin branch, use blue-on-white scallops!! A Burgos location is to the east of A-Coruna!!

AHA. The German Plates/Platts use a swan in crest, the symbol of the Gois/Guise Crest, but LOOK, the Plate swan design is identical to the Isan-Crest swan (Isans are a Mackay branch). I trace the swan to Kikons, probably the Caucone Gorgons from Padasus. The Plates/Platts also use a grape vine with purple bunch. The Pilate surname (which arose as per the Plates evoking "Pontius Pilate") is in Macey white-on-blue and was first in...Burgundy!! Could, therefore, the Pilates and Plates/Platts have been the Masseys who became the Burgos?

I did trace MACCAbees to Cappadocia along with the Pharisee line there, and I suggested that Maccabees were a Massey-line entity (I don't make such statements lightly, there were good reasons behind it). To now find a potential trace of the Pilate bloodline to the Pontus, i.e. the Cappadocia theater, is rather startling, especially where the Pilate surname looks link-able to proto-Massey = Amazons/Meshech in Cappadocia. In fact, the major Cappadocia center, Kaisariya/Caesarea, was earlier the city of Mazaca. we read online: "The only two cities of Cappadocia considered by Strabo to deserve that appellation were Caesarea (originally known as Mazaca) and Tyana, not far from the foot of the Taurus."

Mindens/Mintons were also first found in Shropshire, suggesting strongly that they are a branch of Myndes/Mounds, and should therefore be related to the Glasgows. The Mindens/Mintons use A heraldic tiger on a mount, the dexter paw on a garb! Garbs are Gascony and Cheshire symbols. Mindens/Mintons also use "Pro Deo et Patria" motto, a Patterson-like motto that implies ancestry in the Patterson bloodline. I say that because the heraldic tiger symbol was traced (by me) to the Teucer bloodline, whose daughter was Batia.

The Minden/Minton Coat is very much like the MacASKELL Coat! That's a Euskal term if ever we saw one (Gascony was founded by Euskals=Basques). Compare the MacGASKel variation with "Glasgow."

When I introduced recently the MakAskell surname, it's "Spea" motto term was suggested as a Speer code, now making sense with the paragraph above because Speers were first found where Glasgow is situated.

After I wrote that, wanting to say that the MacAskells should be a part of the AsKetill/AnsCHETILLE>Haskel surname (said to be derived in Norse "Eskel"), the idea popped into my head that a Tiele surname may have developed from Ketill-using surnames. It turns out that Tieles use the same duckling (that could have been a gosling) as the German Gass/Gascon Coat!!

If that's not enough, the Tieles (also "Teel") were first found in Hesse!!! It evokes the trace of Cheshire Cheatles/Chettles to the Catti of Hesse, meaning that there must be a fundamental link of the Ketel-like clans to Hesse. Indeed, we already saw the kettle hats of Bavarian clans, and whenever Hesse and Bavaria elements are combined, I think of the Bavarian Illuminati. Indeed, the Kettle hats were used in the Arms of a Weissenburg location, and the Illuminati was founded by a Weis surname...that I trace to the Wassa/Gasson surname.

LOOK. The Tiele crest is said to use its duckling between "trunks," which are the so-called elephant trunks of the Zahringers (that I traced to the Spree-river theater in Poland). But the Tiels use just trunks, without the elephant term, and that may suggest that the elephant trunks are code for a Trunk surname...that uses the two Weis Zionist stars and what appears to be the Host/Hust bull head exactly. The Trunk/Trenk surname was first found in Franconia, part-and-parcel with Bavarian-Illuminati roots.

That was a whole lot of discovery for the effort to investigate the Glass and Glasgow surnames starting with mere wild speculation of their Euskal and/or Gos roots...that seemed to prove correct. Recalling that the Glasgows use a mound, note too that Euskal-like AsKETILLs/Haskels were first found in MONmouthshire, while entering "Mon" brings up the Mound Coat...with the crowned Scottish lion on a mound. That Scottish lion has been traced (by me) to the personal lion of Ranulph le Meschin. The Monmouth/Monemouth Coat appears to be related to the Mone/Moan Coat.

Hmm, Mona Lisa came to mind, and so I checked the Lise Coats to find the English Lise Coat much like the Mone/Moan Coat. Perhaps Da Vinci used surname codes for the names of his paintings. The Lise surname is also the Ley surname at the root of the fleur-de-lys.

EXCELLENT FIND, how did I ever miss this? The idea presented a little ways above that the Lys and/or Lee surnames are related to the Levi clan (three chevrons) now prove correct. The French Liss/Ley clan was first found in Ile-de-France, where the Levi surname was first found! The Scottish Lise/LeishCoat uses two red chevrons, as does the Scottish Oliver surname...that trace to the Liefs/Leves (exactly the Mindes/Mound-Coat bees!!) and therefore to the Laevi Ligurians/Gauls.

The Mounds were suspected above as Manx-related peoples due to a "maunche" symbol (related to the Glasgows). As I trace a Manx-related Ligurian peoples to Foetes/Fussen in Bavaria, and as I identify that place with foedari-like motto terms, note that Scottish Olivers use "foedera." Therefore, there is a distinct link between the Foetes Ligurians and the Levi>Lys bloodline, explaining why the Masseys (from fleur-using Mascis of interior Liguria) use fleur-de-lys in Lise-fleur-colors.

Remember also the bloodline of Ranulf le Meschin (father of Ranulph de Gernon, but why "Gernon") was traced to Foetes as per the Gernon-Coat CyFOETH motto term, and I've many times shown that the Lee/Ley/Legh Coat (Cheshire) uses a red lion on gold, the personal symbol also of Ranulf le Meschin. Whatever the Laevi Gauls/Ligurians were, whether Israelites or fakes, they were clearly part of the Da-Vinci-code Magdalene cult. I of course say that they were from fakes, pagans, dragons, not priests of God. Moreover, the Lise term evokes the Alice/Alis terms that were used by early Meschins in Yorkshire. Ranulph le Meschin himself named a daughter, Alice.

I KID YOU NOT, that it was AFTER I wrote all the above, including on the Da-Vinci-code links to the Lise bloodline, that I checked the Alis/Alice find a "vincit" motto term. The Vince surname is also the Vinch surname, you see. Leonardo de Vinci must have been linked to the Alis and Macey bloodline. The Alis/Alice write-up is where we find the "muzzle" term, as per the straps on a bear's head, used as code for the strapped Macey and Mackay bears (the Forbes family use them too).

I neglected to view the Alis/Alice Coat earlier when on the potential Alis link to the Hallands/Hallams of Yorkshire, and there in the Alis write-up a Hallis variation, and moreover: "This name is derived from the Old French personal names "Aalis" or "Aliz," now smacking of the Hall/Aul surname. Remember, I now trace the Ketel-related Hallands and the Meschins both to the MalaHULE bloodline...that included Malahule's grandson, AnCITEL (see last update for details).

Malahule's father was Eystein, and I've conjectured that the "Ey" root in his name was from a MacEY that developed (wrongly) from "Macey." If you enter "Macey," it will appear underneath the Coat as MacEY whether you want it to or not, which detracts from the reality that Maceys were Masseys/Mascys/Masci. It wrongly tends to identify Maceys as an Ey clan. However, I do think that the Ey clan developed out of Maceys (not vice versa), and I've speculated that the Macey clan became also the Kay/Key surname (not vice versa).

WOW, the Kays were first found in Yorkshire (north-east England), and while the Alis Coat doesn't give a specific location for the clan, it says: "First found in the northeastern counties of England..." I that picture, the Alis' and Hallands were first found in the same general area, perhaps even in the same Yorkshire location. Remember the idea of "Cauley" versus "Cauleg" that netted the College surname in the colors of the Yorkshire Hallands. Then why not "Halley" (College colors!) versus "Hallice" or "Alice"? The name of the Greek area to which Sybaris traces (by others) was, Helice/Helike (north of Sparta). Sybaris elements are known to have founded nearby Laus (Lucania), and suspicion here is that Laus links to Alis terms). Helice/Helike was also the name of a Muse goddess, you see.

The College Crest is: "A snake in front of a pomegranate proper, on a green MOUNT" (caps mine). English Mounts (that did not show earlier when "Mound" was entered) use a blue-on-white lion -- the Halland (!!) and Bruce-of-York symbol -- on a green mount!!! The Mount motto, "Pruder et Constanter," evokes the Abreu-Bruce link that was made above to "APRUTium" when showing that the Belgian Pratt Coat is the Bruce-of-Annandale saltire. NOW, entering "Prude" brings up another Pratt surname ("spea" term), first found in Aveyron, near Languedoc where the Constant(ine) surname was first found. As the royal Annandale Bruces married with the Alans>Stewarts (afterwhich the royal line was known as Stewarts rather than Bruces, I do wonder why), the Halam surname (that comes up when entering "Halland") may have been an Alan variation.

It should be said, however, that the Hallam lion is not in the Bruce design, but rather in the Dougal design (Dougals use a Buaidhe motto term smacking of Bute, and moreover they use the MacDonald ship; Rory-of-Bute was a MacDonald). The Rory-of-Bute lion (in Bruce-lion colors) is the Bruce design, a "fork-tailed" lion...evoking the "fork" motto term of the Cunninghams, whose Y-fork symbol I traced to "York." But then I had also linked Cunninghams to Constant(ine)s only recently. Dougals (use a bent arm, same idea I think as the fork-tailed lion) were first found in Galloway, where the Bruce lion was also used for the Bruces there.

TO WILDLY SUPPORT the suspected Spree-link to Halls (i.e. and to mythical Helen of Speer-like Sparta), the Halloways (entered as per "Galloway") use crescents in the colors of the Speer and Spree crescents. BUT THAT'S NOT ALL. Halloways were first found in Somerset, exactly where I confidently traced the MacDonalds (their original surname looks like the Irish Damnonns, who I trace to the Somerset Dumnonii), which trace was not only made due to Somerled MacDonald smacking of "Somerset." Rory of Bute was a son of, if I recall correctly, Somerled MacDonald. I trace Dumnonii to the LaceDaemonian SPARTANS (!!!), that I now identify as HippoDaemonia (so to speak), wife of Pelops in Elis. Jumpin' copper-colored horses, that is wilder than wild.

That said, recall that "Daemonia" was interpreted as Dia-Monia or Dia-Meaonian (as per Ixion's wife, Dia, or the related Dion(ysus), for entering "Mon" brings up the Mound Coat, and then there were the related Mones/Moans. I should also mention Meon territory in the Hampshire theater because I trace Maeonians there, and I trace "Atreus" (= son of Hippodamia and Pelops, and father of MENElaus) to ATREbates of Hampshire.

The Kay write-up supports my contention that Mackays came before Kays: "The 'Mac' prefix [on the Kay surname] seems difficult to clarify. Some Mackay (Macaoid) families may have shortened their name." That is, "Mackay" came first, and then a Kay clan arose out of it, for apparently, there were no Kays who can be shown to become "MacKays. Therefore, Mackays were indeed Maceys from Cheshire, and from Ferte-Mace (Normandy), as well as from Mace in Normandy.

It can't be a coincidence that mythical Kay (king-Arthur related) was made the son of Ector, while the Ector/Hector Coat uses the Hesse sun (and a version the Merit/Mery Shield; I trace the Magdalene cult to the Merit/Mery surname), for Mackays were MacHeths too, while the Mackay trace to Macey Cheshire leads to Hesse too...where Cheshire was founded by Hesse/Catti elements. Therefore, Kays do look like Mackays.

The Ketels may have been the Cotels (Arms of Baden symbol), and that suspects the Cottians...that I think became the Catti of Hesse! Yes, that jibes, for I've traced the Hesse Catti to Cheshire's Cheatles/Chettles. French Cotels (Bell-Coat bell and therefore trace-able to Bellovesus elements of the Languedoc theater) are listed under the Languedoc Costs, a surname smacking of the Hesse-like Hosts. Recall that the Hosts were introduced as a potential Gos and/or Hus line to Gascony's goose-depicted clans, for French Bells were first found in Gascony.

By now you have gotten the impression that the Magdalene cult was linked directly to the Masseys, but that does not contradict the typical trace of that cult to Merovingians, for you can see fleur-de-lys surrounding the Massey bloodline. LOOK, the Merovingians traced themselves to Trojans, and Troy was in Mysia, where i trace Masseys. As you saw that Helen of Troy should trace to Paris with mythical Paris, how can it be a coincidence that Paris was the brother of the Trojan king, Hector? Clearly, the Ector/Hector clan that is said to be "father" to Kays indicates the Massey link to Trojans of Trojan-war "fame."

The Levis and Lises first found in Ile-de-France (North Paris) may have been mythical Helen's location. Wikipedia's article on Ile-de-France admits that the "Ile" may not have meant "isle/island." It suggests "little-France" or "L'lle-de-France" as a possibilities, and so note the Lille region of France (in Calais, at Belgian border), on the Lys river running through Artois. Yes, for it's not likely coincidental that the Arms of Lille, a white-on-red fleur-de-lys, is used by the French Lise/Lys surname...from Ile-de-France! And we are told that the fleur-de-lys is a lily. I think we get it.

The Halley Crest uses...the Levi lion! I noted that above, when mentioning "Halley" for the first time, but thought to insert the fact here. If Cauleys/Auleys were mythical from Helen, then I'd say the Helen branch expected in Paris was at Ile-de-France. The Halley colors are reversed to the Halland colors, and the Halley symbol, boars heads, are also those of the Ivar Crest (i.e. I'm assuming Ivar, father of the Halland bloodline).

I identified the Lys river in Artois as the Arthurian holy grail long before identifying (recently) the holy grail king, Parzival, as a Parisii peoples. Therefore, it's not a contradiction to trace the holy grail bloodline both to Parzival and to the Lys river, for as we've just seen, Lys-river elements were in Paris.

By now you may have gotten the impression that Lys elements, as they apply to the Alis surname, were from Elis elements at Pisa. The Elis>Alis line traced to the Ali clan of Messina, at Termo (so says the write-up), a Drummond- and Teramo-like term. I say this because I trace "Drummond" to the Thermodon theater (Amazon), also called "Trabzon." As the Lise topic started when Mona Lisa came to mind after viewing the similarity between the Mone/Moan and Lise Coats, I now need to add that the Mone/Moan Coat is possibly a version of the Arms of Trebizond.

The Mossynoeci were in the Trabzon theater, highly suspect as Mysian-related Amazons, but a further point is that Mone/Moan smacks of the Maeonians while Lise smacks of the neighboring Lasonii...whom I suspect were Lydians>Lazi to MeneLaus' Las location at Mani. The pagan holy grail trace I made to the Cilician Cati went to the Hatti of Hattusa, depicted by Atti(s), son of Manes, the code for Maeonians. Again, Attis was made the father of Lydus, the Lydians, living between Mysians and Maeonians.

Sometimes the son of Manes was made Cotys, a Thracian demoness cult (there is perfect proof that the Atreus>Menelaus bloodline was in Thrace, at an Orestia location), but the point is that the Mani peninsula is a continuation of the TayGETI mountain system, while DAEmonian smacks of that mountain system too.

Now you know the ancient roots of the Arthurian holy grail, and the Merovingian holy grail, in chalice-like "Cilix," mythical brother of CADmus and symbol of the Cati peoples in Cilicia's Khassi/Kizzuwatna region. This line was Andromeda because her mother was made CASSiopeia. Recall that AndroMEDA was nothing more than the Colchian witch cult, Medea, the golden fleece bloodline to the Hecate>Hector Trojans, now identified also as Paris=Perseus. The daughter of Perseus and Andromeda, Gorgophne, was given a Spartan husband (Oebalus), a ruler in LAConia (a real place; most myths have real/historical places but with mythical rulers, though some mythicized rulers had real counterparts). "Laconia," I'm sure, furnished LACEdaemonia (you can make the further trace to Laus in Lucania).

The mother of Metope (the river) was made the Ladon river, but the names of these rivers were after similar-named peoples. It can be gleaned that the Medea's Colchians lived on these rivers:

In Greek mythology, Metope...the daughter of the river Ladon. [Metope] married the river god Asopus by whom she had several (either 12 or 20) daughters, including...The question of the exact parentage of these children of Asopus is very vague [never mind anyway, for this myth was based on geography rather than people-groups].

[Metope] may or may not be identical to Metope, consort of the river god Sangarius. Some say these were the possible parents of Hecuba.

The Maeotis sea (north Caucasia) was also called, Azov, said to be founded by an As/Assi/Assi peoples akin to Cimmerians. We then see METope ("ope" is just a suffix) married to "As(opus)." The Ladon, I say, was settled by the Lazi of Lazona to the south of Maeotis. Then, as Medea's goddess is known to have been Hecate, compare with "Hecuba" ("uba" suffix), and her son, "HECTor" (yes, the Trojan king and brother of Paris, which is why we can identify Medea Georgians as AndroMEDA Gorgons).

In order to get the Cadmus>Cati line from Andromeda's Gorgons to the Gorgons of Liguria under codeword, king Cycnus/Cygnus, and therefore to the Cottians on interior Liguria, we note that Gorgophone was given a son, Sthenelus (I've also seen "StheneLAUS"), the name also of king Sthenelus of Liguria, the father of Cycnus. We expect Helen in Liguria too because her mother, Leda, mated with a swan, probably because "Cycnus" easily modified to "cygnus," the Greek word for "swan." In other words, the swan-depicted Ligurians were from a Leda entity of Sparta, and then we find that Laus in Lucania was a colony of nearby Sybaris, a peoples known to come from a region on the north side of Sparta, at Helice/Helike.

We're assuming here that Laus was the "holy" grail bloodline to the Lys river valley. The bloodline had gone from Lydians to Pisa/Elis via Pelops (king of Lydians), and when it got to Pisa of the Etruscans, there was a Florence location as the Etruscan capital. I think it's named after Flora, a goddess of flowers. There is a Italian Floris Coat using...fleur-de-lys!

Hmm, we read: "The Floris family lived in the city of Naples (bee-line region that Napoleon was related to), where records reveal that the Florio family received the feudal territories of Persano and Sandionisio in 1313." Persano smacks of "Perci(val)" and the Perseus-related Gorgons of Paris, where the Lise/Lys clan was first found.

I did not introduce the idea that the Parisii were Gorgons just because I identified mythical Paris with Parion Gorgons, but rather I found a Parisii coin online with a head having snakes for hair (so said the article where i had found it), a known Gorgon symbol. You can see the worm-like image on the back of the coin, similar to the worm-like hair in this coin of Parion. The latter shows another typical way in which Gorgons portrayed themselves, rather stupidly. I don't know why the bull is used on the coin's backside.

Behold the "magic". The Perse/Pearce Coat uses unicorns...that I've trace to the Trojan horse (German Troys use a unicorn alone). One Paris Coat uses unicorns too. The Perses/Pearces were first in Somerset, where the Percival surname (patee crosses) was first found! The Percival Crest is a...muzzled bear!

The Percival motto uses "candida," and the Candida clan, though first found in Sicily, was of Savoy, where the French Masse/Massey surname (with boot=Bute) was first found. The Milans were also first found in Sicily (Messina), and yet ended up in Milan near the Savoys, beside Massino-Visconti. The Floris Coat is a fat white cross on partial red, the Savoy symbol, colors reversed from the Arms of Milan. Milan was ruled by the Viscontis of Massino-Visconti, and the Massi/Mattis Chief uses what I'm assuming is the Candida eagle.

I need to close for today, and will continue tomorrow. I'm not trying to pull a CNN on you, where they give you an interesting blurb on a story at the top of the hour, say that the story is ":coming right up" after the break/commercial, but it doesn't arrive but for a mere 30-second spot at the 59th hour of the show. I really didn't know that the Tuareg portion of this update was so far down, and I've been adding to the page as I edit along. I figure that the Tuareg topic could become anti-climatic.

CONTINUATION, THURsday, an appropriate day to mention Thor

I therefore see proto-Masseys and a Mil(an) term coming from Sicily, and though it's known that Messina was named after Grecian Messene, it doesn't necessarily follow that proto-Massey were from Messene. Instead, they and the Milans may have been from north Africa, and then merged in Messina with the Menelaus and/or Helen entity bloodline departing Greece from Messene. That works very will with me repeated claim that Cheshire Meschins were somehow linked to the Ali surname, first found in Messina. As I identified the Ali surname with Elis, so I had just identified Helen with Elis very logically without thought for anything in this paragraph. It's just all falling together nicely because I think it's true.

Remember, the English Hel(l)en/Helion Coat (Brittany, evokes the Alans) uses what looks like the Massey horse head, and the German Hellen Coat appears to be the Bellamy Shield and yet uses the Masci wing. One can't get evidence of a closer link between Hellens and Mascis. As in this picture the Hallands may not trace to north Africa, yet they can via their Massey merger. And as the Ali (also "Aliotto") were so close to the nine Aeolian islands (= symbol of Muses), chances are the Ali clan was on Bute because I trace Muses=Masseys there. Remember, Helen was the Hellespont in Mysia.

There's an Alitto/Leto surname in Italy smacking of Leda, mother of Helen. It uses a crane, symbol also of the Thor-like Thurston surname linked at the end of today's update to Norway's Halland nobles.

I noticed that "SaVOY" has the makings of "Vey." Just a thought because Fey in Switzerland is near Savoy. As per the Candida link to Sinclairs, we expect Savoys in Moray too, and Moray was linked to Bute, where le Fay was the head Muse/witch. The same fat white-on-red cross of Savoy is used by the Randolphs of Moray, and because I trace Randolphs to Meschins, I figured that the Randolph cross belonged to the Macclesfield (of Cheshire) cross. as well. Macclesfield is extremely important to God this week due to emailer Patterson's dream/vision of just days ago. I was part of her dream, so to speak, and will expound on it's meaning when I think the time is right, when I feel that the full revelation that God intends has been made to me. Her vision was a blue lion on white that came with a name, almost smack like the "COPIA" motto term of the Arms of Macclesfield. There you see a blue lion on white above "copia."

My senses are that this is not the end of His Revelation, but only the start. The day after she told me of the vision, I happened upon a similar motto term in a Coat I rarely load, the York Coat (also blue on white), with "cupios" motto term. That's why I trust that emailer Patterson did have a true message from God. It seems that He, knowing I would be on the York Coat that day, wanted to emphasize it, wanted me to take notice. He knows that I know the copia term of Macclesfield; I always feel that it is an important one.

As you know by now, the blue-on-white lion is also the Bruce-of-York lion (but then it was also the Bute lion), and yet I think the Message must be that the same blue lion on white is used by the Hallams/Hallands of Yorkshire. I think that I am to link the Hall surname to the Macclesfield lion and motto term, and as you can see, I just made a Helen link to Masseys click better than the backside of Hitler's boots on his best day. [The day after I wrote this, the "Heil Hitler" came to mind as I was on the Halley topic below, and I found that entering "Heil" brings up a Heiland/Heland surname (uses logs). Hails/Hales were first found in Cheshire, and like Cauleys use downward-pointing arrows]

The name of the lion in the vision may not have been given just so a Halland link to Macclesfield might be anticipated. I suspect that God wants us to uncover the meaning behind the motto term. I think that's what's important, and as I come to what I think is pertinent, I'll fire it off to you for certain. I expect that Cappadocia elements will be the topic at that time.

I feel rather strongly that "blue blood" related to the royal Bruce>Stewart bloodline, and therefore to the blue lion under discussion.

Do you know what just came to mind? The Phi Beta Kappa secret society. Phi could be for the (Mac)Fie/Fey surname that emailer Patterson said was part of the Cauley bloodline. Beta then smacks of Bute (but I suspect the Beit surname too, treated way down below as a special Halland bloodline), and I traced Kappa to Cappadocia years ago when Cappadocia was not at topic at all. It (as a term, anyway) never became a significant topic until I started to trace Saracens and Pharisees there. I've always wanted to know what the "docia" stands for.

After going to bed on the day I happened upon the York Coat, I awoke to take a leak. As that business was going on, sleepy as I was, "Cooper" jumped into my head. I went back to bed with the plan to check the Cooper Coat the next day. It's got a blue saltire just like the York Coat (though on gold background). There is very little in the write-up. The same applies for the Scottish Cooper write-up, though we find that it was first found in Fife (that's where the Veys were, who were also in Bute=Avalon).

When we enter the Cowper variation shown in the Scottish Cooper page, a Cowper/Cooper Coat comes up using the Bruce-of-Annan(dale) saltire. I trace the Annans to the Ananes Gauls opposite the Laevi Gauls, and then it's conspicuous that Jesus was crucified with the blessing of an Israeli chief priest, Ananias, father of Caiaphas, who was also the chief priest under whom Jesus was murdered. The capital of Cappadocia was Kaisariya (compare with CAIaphas"), also "Caesarea." Then, mythical Capys, a Trojan peoples, had AsSARACus for a father, smacking of KaiSARIYA.(both terms may have started off as combinations, As-Saracus (Saracens?) and Cai-Sariya).

I think the reason that Cooper popped into me head (I wasn't thinking about anything at the time), is for the same reason that Emailer Patterson had her vision: to link the Halls to a copia-like clan. When I entered "Couper" at, I was finally able to get the description of the English Cooper Coat, excellent because I badly wanted to know what the green leaves were in the Scottish Cooper Coat. The English Cooper Crest uses: "a holly branch fructed proper." I had traced the holly symbol to mythical Holle, and Holle to Elis clan in Yorkshire.

Excellent, for as Holle was Melusine, according to the Elis clan (that uses both symbols), it explains why it appeared, by subtle indicators, that Halls were Speers of the Melusine cult, and the trace of Halls to Helen Spartans jibes with Spree=Spartans. And by the way, Aeolus and Elis may have been two related but distinct branches of people groups, perhaps indicating that Halls and Cauleys are so distinct, for "Auley" looks like "Aeolus." Just a thought, could be wrong.

The fructed term has been seen before. Where I was expounding on the Laevi Gauls, and discovering that they were Olivers and Liefs, it was written: "The Tancred Crest is an olive tree fructed, recalling yesterday's trace of the Olive/Oliver surnames to Liefr Ericson..." (2nd update November, 2000). Isn't that amazing that the fructed holly bush might now trace to Laevis opposite the river from the Ananes? I did not know anything in this paragraph when I spoke on the Ananes above. I did not find the Cooper holly until after I spoke on the Ananes.

The apparent significance of the Maxwell-Crest holly is that the Macclesfield surname is also, Maxfield, while Maxwells are said to derive from "Maccus." I've shown many times that the Makes variation of the Maxwells is like an ancient Macclesfield variation: "Makeslesfield."

I kid you not that when I was on the Cappadocia topic immediately above, explaining what I know readers think me crazy for -- that Pharisees were from Cappadocia -- I had not come to the holly topic, and therefore I had not yet come to the Maxwells/Maccus', and was therefore not yet led back to the Macclesfield topic, which uses a "copia" motto term that in the past I've traced to Cappadocia. THE POINT IS: I did not only trace Pharisees to Cappadocia, but MACCAbees!!! Also called the HasMONIANS.

What's intriguing is that the Seleucid dynasty of Greece, the one that God links to the end-time anti-Christ, was pushing Hellenism into Israel, which the Maccabees resisted with war, and conquered. Yet, Hellenists in the Israeli theater persisted, and may have merged with parts of the Hasmonians and/or Pharisees. It seems likely that Hellenists did merge with the Herodians (who came out of Hasmonian elements); perhaps Julie can give us a scoop on that.

The Message from God, therefore, appears to be that Hall(and)s as well as Masseys (and Bruces) trace back to Pharisee stock and/or Maccabee stock and/or Levi-of-Israel stock in Cappadocia elements. I've already identified Massey stock at Mazaca, the earlier name of Caesarea. Yorkshire was filled with Gorgons, and as you've seen, the proto-Halls (i.e. Helen) were allied to Parisii Gorgons to Yorkshire's founding. I say that because I'm sure that Mazaca was named after the Meshech, the Biblical allies of the Biblical Gog (I still hold the theory that Gog was a Meshech bloodline, not a Magog bloodline). In Ezekiel's' day, the Meshech lived to the east side of Thermodon, where the Gargarians lived, and where Georgians still live today, who name(d) some of their children, Gogi.

Now Cappadocia was on the Halys, and that's where I trace the pagan Jews who named themselves after Caleb. It's therefore possible that true Levites of Israel found their way to the Halys, and that may suggest error on my part where I deny the Israelite-ness of the Laevi Gauls. In any case, the Galli priests that I say lived on the Halys were wicked, transvestites, and of a secret society with secret rituals that myth writers did not expound upon.

The apparent link now of Halls to the Maxwell "holly bush" is good for the proposed Hall link to Speers, for as the Veres were of Sprowestun in Roxburghshire, I'll bet that there was linkage of that place to Maxwells, for they too were first found in Roxburghshire. In fact, they lived at/near Kelso (garbs), a term that could have modified from "Hall."

The above was written late into Wednesday night, and as I awoke in the morning, a thought just flew into my mind out of nowhere, that a woman I've known with Hicks surname was a Hall. Immediately, her husband's surname came to mind, KILPatrick, and as you can see the timing of this event, right after the above Maxwell topic, is perfect, for Patricks use the maxwell BLACK saltire. As per the other black symbols that appeared to be symbols for Moors, so the Sinclairs, known to honor their Moor ancestry, use a black cross (in the two colors of Patricks and Maxwells).

The reason that the woman with Hicks surname is more important still, is that she is hooked up now with a Childs surname (I think her husband passed away), like the KIL part of "Kilpatrick." The Child surname was linked solidly to the Hebron surname, and to the Khaldi among the Halybes, the latter being Calebite Jews from a Hebron bloodline.

Keeping that in mind, what if "Hicks" links to Ixion, as I suspect? I traced Ixion, a Lapith entity (Halybes of Aleppo/Halab, I say), to Lapithos in Cyprus, and that island was named after its copper mining. The chances are good, therefore, that Coopers, meaning "coppersmith," trace to Cyprus elements, for this island was to the south of, and not far from, Cappadocia. Ixion's mate, Nephele, has been exposed as Kypris=Aphrodite, who was made born on Cyprus. We fully expect Kypris to have been a copper-mining and coppersmith cult because her husband was the big-cheese metal smith of mythology.

As it's said that Halybes invented iron (after copper was already in use), it's a no-brainer now to link the Kypris cult to Calebites, for Kypris was a Heneti-to-Veneti=Venus entity, and Heneti were reported by one ancient writer to be on the river to the immediate west of the Halys i.e. where Caleb-ites lived. Moreover, Kypris was made born at Paphos of Cyprus, and the Paphlagonians were regarded as Heneti. LOOK at how close the mythical depiction of the Heneti, Antenor, was to Helen of Troy:

]Antenor] was one of the wisest of the Trojan elders and counsellors [evokes the wise centaur, Chiron, who schooled the Aeson>Iason line; "aes" means iron and/or metal]. Antenor was husband of Theano, daughter of Cisseus of Thrace, who bore him numerous children, mostly sons, including...Glaucus, Helicaon, Laodocus [evokes a Lao entity at CappaDOCIA, but also evokes the Trojan entity, Laomedon, who was the horse-depicted uncle of Capys]...Laodamas [evokes Hippodamia]...Eurymachus [evokes Andromache, wife of king Hector of Troy]...[Antenor] advised his fellow-townsmen to send Helen back to the Greeks, and showed himself friendly to the Greeks and an advocate of peace. In the later story (according to Dares and Dictys) he was said to have treacherously opened the gates of Troy to the enemy [inside the Trojan horse]; in return for which, at the general sack of the city, his house, marked by a panther's skin at the door, was spared by the victors. Afterwards, according to various versions of the legend, he either rebuilt a city on the site of Troy, or settled at Cyrene, or became the founder of Patavium (currently Padua).

Plenty of symbolism there to chew over. The panther skin implies Dionysus links. As per the Antenor>Heneti trace of many others to the Veneti, note that he was specifically at Padova, where the Abreu/Abrussi/Brusi stock of Aphrodite>Venus was first found. Emphasize the Antenor migration to Cyrene, for I found a mythical Cyrene entity on Cyprus. Kypris (or Venus) was the mother of Aeneas, who depicted Trojans (and Mysians) to Tunisia, not far west of Cyrene.

The Meshwesh lived at Cyrene, though I suspect that they named Tunis from their ancient reign in Tanis (Nile). Aeneas was from the DarDANUS Trojans, and that causes me to think that the MESHWESH/MAZYES rulers of Egypt (21st and 2nd dynasties), when expelled from the Egyptian throne, removed to the real location of MYSIA!!!

I don't know whether Aeneas depicted another batch of proto-Massey Mysians to Tunisia, or whether he was responsible for the Meshwesh of Cyrene/Libya in the first place, but the fact that his partner, Dido, was a major peoples in Tunisia supports the Meshwesh-of-Tanis trace to Tunis (capital of Tunisia) This Antenor migration is right down the core of my theme here -- the trace of Halls to Massey stock out of north Africa -- and I didn't plan to be on the Antenor topic, nor have I been at all familiar with the article's quote above.

Recall the Perseus=Paris theory earlier in this update, for the fact that Andromache was Hector's wife proves the theory, because Perseus was married to an ANDROmeda entity, and Hector was Paris' brother. Recall that I had Perseus abducting Helen of Troy just because he is the same as Paris. Then, I'll add that, months before I made the Perseus=Paris theory, I made a Perseus=APHROdite equation, which I wouldn't have done lightly. I never make an equation between major mythic figures unless there's meat to it.

Therefore, there was a fundamental link of Helen (= Hellespont) to the Heneti=branch Trojans, but as per the link to Capys-branch Trojans that one can see underneath it all, I'll repeat that HellesPONT smacks of the Pontus, the region that was the Black-sea shore directly north of Cappadocia. I identify the Pontus as the point-like land at the mouth of the Halys. Cappadocia was upstream on the Halys.

The Halley surname (colors reversed to the Hallands) used the Levi lion!! Entering "Calley" brings up the Cauley Coat with "Callide" motto term that I traced to the Khaldi. Although the Khaldi lived at the Thermodon, to the east of the Halys, they must have been on the Halys too in order to be a fellow tribe with Halybes. Entering "Cale" brings up Halley colors and the Kyle anchor, entwined with a serpent, the symbol of the Galli. The Cales were first in GALway. The Italian Cale/Calo coat uses just a greyhound, the symbol of the Graeae of north-Africa.

I now recall that mythical Dido (Aeneas' partner to Tunisia) was the historical Elissa of Tyre, of the Pygmalion bloodline that honored Aphrodite on Cyprus. The Ali-to-Alis line out of Messene may just apply to that historical Elissa, the founder of Carthage. I dunno, but what I do know is that terms in Lohengrin-swan mythology link to the historical Elissa, thus tracing Carthaginians to the Ligurian-swan Gorgons (i.e. of Sthenelus>Cycnus).

The reason that I didn't want to expound on the Patterson vision until the next update is that I'll never get to the end of this page if I did. I changed my mind because I thought that God might want this Revelation on this page. That means the Tuareg topic gets pushed even further down.

I had linked the "copia" term to Copeland, the region near WestMORland, and that's where the Cope surname came in (linked recently to the Bush/Scherf-related Nazis), which I now see coming up when entering "Coop." It's blue on white (!!) the color of the lion in the vision. Here's what she wrote:

Well, not really a dream as I now believe this was a vision. As I was coming to the land of the living this morning, I saw very clearly in my mind a coat of arms of a blue lion rampant, with a blue crown on a silver shield. The same was in the crest. I saw a fuzzy surname above, and because I was half-conscious at this point, I was able to hold the image in my mind and zoom in on what was written there. It appeared to be the word 'Cappeo', which of course, had no meaning to me. I looked it up on house of names and found nothing there. Out of curiosity, I looked up the translation of it from Latin to English (as I figured it should be Latin), and the word meant "Alpha ".

"Alpha" typically means "first>chief." She then offered a webpage on Bruce history, mentioning that history in the Carricks. The early Bruce link to Brittany Alans is also told, as well as the fundamental link of the Bruce lion to Skeltons. Recall Red Skelton's Cooper-like Hopper code! The Cape Coat uses white scallops, the symbol for Scylla elements, which "SKEL(ton)" reflects. The related Sheldons use sheldrake ducks, as does the Dutch Coop Coat; the latter is in Hall colors again but in the exact image of the Hull Coat!

Many things in my life have been arranged to tell this Revelation, and I see the same in emailer Patterson's life. As one pertinent example, she owns a horse called, Copperchief, which is why I've been using "copper-colored horses" in this page. I used the phrase days BEFORE I got to the Cooper surname, and had no idea that "Copperchief" would eventually find it's way to this page. It just so happens that "Cappeo" smacks of "cappa," meaning "head"...or "chief," as in a CAPital city!!! With the trace of the Cooper-et-al terms to Cappadocia and the copper-mining peoples of Kypris, it then comes to mind that I had identified Perseus and Aphrodite partly because her husband, HephAEStus (Aes means iron/metal), smacks of an aes-less Cepheus, father of Andromeda. I say this because "Cepheus" is said to be rooted in the Greek word for "head."

In this picture, the proto-Aphrodite-Hephaestus cult, i.e. the Cepheus character allied with Perseus, would have been depicted with a head. Note that Perseus cut the head off of the AndroMEDA-like MEDusa. Then, when this head symbol progressed, the Latin stock in the Greek theater could have called the head cult, "kappa/cappa." That makes a lot of sense. One sees that "cappa" or "ceph" probably evolved into "chief." It suggests that God chose the name of emailer Patterson's horse, without her realizing it, to add spice and even meat to this Cappadocia topic.

Hefners use lion HEADS. Checking the Keffer/Keefe Coat (Cork, Ireland), there's the rare Vince griffo-dragon in Crest, AND a lion in the colors of the Duffs and related Morgans, these being the Fay-of-Bute elements...but were also in Fife, where Coppers/Coppers were first found. The Caffeys/Coffees use Keffer/Keefe colors and were likewise first found in Cork. The Caffee Crest is a naked man riding a dolphin, evoking the naked Holle of the Elis Crest. The dolphin could be the Daphne elements to the Duffs. In myth, a son of Poseidon, Taras, founder of Taranto in Apulia/APUGlia (see PUG significance below), rode naked on a dolphin.

The Arms of Taranto show Taras in blue and white, which always brings to mind the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the question of why they use their "Leafs" (not "Leaves") in blue and white rather than green. Might this indicate that Taranto was Lief=Levi stock? The Lief/Leaf Coat is white on blue, and it was first found in Norfolk, where the Cauleys were first found.

The mother of Taras was a Satyr-like historical location at Taranto. If this Satyr-like location was from north Africa (as I think Taras could be), where the Templar goat cult (Baphomet) is expected, then perhaps "BaphoMet" is code in-part for the AndroMEDA Gorgons.

In keeping with the Spartan roots of the Cauleys and Halls, so we find that Taranto was a Spartan-related colony. "...the [Taranto] founders were Partheniae ('sons of virgins'), sons of unmarried Spartan women and Perioeci (free men, but not citizens of Sparta)" Never mind "sons of virgins," for the Heneti lived on a river almost exactly, "Partheniae." The Amazon women were given the symbol of not marrying men but having sexual relations with Gargarian men just to produce their children, and as you can see, "Perioeci" evokes the Pari/Parion Gorgons.

Taras/Taranto was involved with the Daedalus>Iapyges cult out of Crete, the IaPYGians evoking PYGmalion, the mythical and historical Tyro-Cypric line to Carthage's founding.

I've never sought head symbols in myth as they could apply to Cepheus. But what about the Head/Heed surname? It evokes the Hitler-Heid bloodline, first off. It uses unicorn heads in Hall format and colors, and was first found in Norfolk, where Leifs/Leafs were first found! This suggests that there is a fundamental link between the ceph-like Caffees who use a naked man on a dolphin, and the Head/Heed clan who lived in Norfolk where apparent elements (i.e. the Leifs) of the Caffee Crest were first found. (I'm not forgetting that the Paris clan, related to Helen of Troy, use unicorns.)

"Taras" might just have been the Tuaregs, but that may too hasty. On the other hand, I'm about to show that Tuareg-related clans use towers, or turris',' smacking of "Taras."

I didn't have the Savoy motto on hand when I made the Candida-of-Savoy trace to Sinclair elements at Moray. As the Sinclairs were properly Saint Clares, note the Savoy motto: "Saint Maurice." That can also be code for MAURITanians, whom we'll see below used the tower/turris symbol. What's amazing is that this paragraph was written days ago, and was the original continuation from the end of yesterday's topic. It's amazing that in this morning's insert, all the above, I got down to the turris/Taras topic before finally leaving the insert to continue here. This sort of thing happens often, as though God often has my typing fingers under and my thoughts in full control.

The Randolph bat was traced above to Bath/Both/Bute when the Baathist founders were under consideration, as per the Bath Coat's fat white-on-red cross (i.e. Savoy symbol). The fat BLACK-on-white cross of the Bitars/Buttars was the topic then, and that's the Sinclair cross too! If that's not enough, the Bat Coat uses the Randolph bat and the Sinclair cross, engrailing symbol and all!

NOW WE HAVE IT. Baathists were from Sinclairs who were Clovis-related Merovingians who were from Trojans who were from Batia who was from Caucasian Bats, allies to the Lazi, the Biblical dragon, even the anti-Christ...who I said would be allied to Baathists BEFORE I started on bloodline topics or heraldic investigations. It even dawned on me that the neo-Seleucid empire of the anti-Christ would be the Syrian and Iraqi/Babylonian Baathists combined. We're still waiting for them to arise when he shows up. In the meantime, the letters on my keyboards, year after year, keep disappearing under the weight of my bang-like tappings. Thor's sledge never had anything on my key-punching forces, and besides this idol was a blockheaded giant with poor footing on his billowing clouds, no match for an agile brain armed with the wings of the True God.

As we saw that the Bitars/Buttars were first in Fife and Perthshire, we also know that Buttars are related to the Vey=Fife bloodline, what was the Arthurian cult in Avalon. I neglected to add that the Morgans and MacDuffs (the latter, in Fife, were the Fey/Vey bloodline), who both use a gold lion on green, are in the colors of the Germo-Austrian Pfiefers [That was written before I got to the same-colored Caffees, and in fact I recall making the Caffee link to Pfiefers. The latter may have been Fifers, so to speak, from the Fies/Fees/Feys and Affees. I regret that I saw, just days ago, but lost the Coat that uses the motto, "Affee." If the ceph-like Caffees came first, then Vey and Fay were the products of that clan. Note that Morgan le Fay was said to be the chief/head witch.]

Perth(shire) possibly links to the Pert/Pett surname. It uses mascles as well as an Arthur-like motto, which then seems link-able to mythical Ector (holy-grail character), or the Ector clan first found beside Fife, in Angus. The Cauleys had some representation in Fife and Perthshire, and as Pattersons are a sept of Cauleys, note the Pett variation of the Perts. Then let me repeat that the Pert scallops are colors reversed to the Patterson scallops. Let me also repeat that Cauleys are a part of the Cole-of-Camelot line, evident in the Patterson camel symbol. The Hallands, who were first found where Caulleys (two 'l's) were first found, use a blue-on-white lion (Pert scallop colors) with blood drops, the same drops used by the Patterson lion.

[Insert. Emailer Patterson uses the "Hall-Patterson" term as though the two surnames were one. I neglected to mention above on the KilPatrick topic that Pattersons are said to be named after Patricks. The Kilpatrick topic came up this morning just because the idea popped into my head that the wife of a Kilpatrick man was a Hall. It happened like this. I was sleepy but awake, when I heard these very words in my head: "She's a Hall." I knew that I was thinking of her as I awoke. I suppose this means that Hicks are Halls too. Let's wait and see if this pans out too, and perhaps God has another startling Revelation in mind for the Hick topic. Perhaps the main point to be made is that Halls were Hyksos. I know that I trace Meshwesh to Hyksos proper expelled out of the Nile delta, who later came back (I say) as part of the Sea Peoples and thereby got Tanis back.]

Scottish Cauleys were from ARDENCaple, and that Arthur-like motto of the Perts is, "Ardens." THEN, the Irish Cauleys show a McCamley variation, smacking of the Patterson camel, and of the Cauley-related Cammels/Campbells. It therefore seems that Perthshire, which I've traced to Hagarites=IshMAELites, was rooted in the Cauley>Patterson bloodline. Am I suggesting by those caps that Halland-related Malahule, and the related Mael/Mail surname in Cheshire, were from Ishmaelites?

Before I get off the Pert topic, recall the Hall storks (thanks again Tim!), and then read the Pert-Crest description: "A silver stork beaked and legged red on a mount with bulrushes, and two blue mascles interlaced in front." Lots of code fodder there. The legged and mount terms stand out, and I recall tracing the green mount to Cyrene-branch Libyans. Remember too that the Patterson pelican traces to the pelekus of Crete, for I tentatively trace "Pert" to the Perdix cult out of Crete, which was the Minoan bull cult, even Zeus.

Sigurd (the Templar king of Norway mentioned way above) followed the Thorfinnssons (i.e. the Halland bloodline in Norway) to the throne some generations after Malahule. The question is therefore whether the Thor-named royals trace back to Malahule, and that leads to a very intriguing theory involving the Tuareg Amazons/Berbers. Or better yet, the question is whether Ingibiorg Finnsdottir [Halland/HALLAM bloodline], who married Thorfinn Sigurdsson, traces back to Malahule. Remember, she married secondly MALcolm/Callam, who himself may have been from Malahule elements. Ingibiorg was daughter of the jarl of Halland (Arnesson by name).

Templars used the blue-on-gold lion in the Arms of Denmark. There must have been a solid Templar connection to Dano-Norwegian royals as well as to the Malahule>Rollo line. The old Arms of Denmark show elephant trunks (they substitute as prairie-buffalo horns, I learned online), what look like the horns on viking helmets. Note the fat white-on-red cross that should link to Moray's Randolphs just because the Arms/Flag of Denmark use hearts (Douglas-of-Moray symbol) for a background. Links to Moray suggest links to the Rollo line at More and Moray (I still don't know where More is, as no one online seems to show where it was located. Perhaps it was Moray).

The Swedish Thor Coat? Red hearts! And the elephant trunks.

The Arms of Denmark above also show blue and gold checks, the symbol of the Nassaus. Ingibiorg's father, you see, was Finn ArNESSON, smacking also of the Ness river through CaithNESS. Ingibiorg's husband was granted (by a Malcolm king of Scotland) a rule in Caithness.

Let's not forget the Mackay bear that I trace to Zahringers, for the elephant trunks were used by Zahringers, brothers of the Veringens who I think were Varangian stock. This tends to trace Varangians to Danish vikings, or at least Dano-Normans, but then Sweden also used a blue-on-gold lion, and Varangians are typically traced by historians to Sweden. That suggests Swabian holdings of the Veringens.

While I'm on a Swa-like term, shouldn't the swastika have been named after Swa-stick or Svi-stick? Note that a swastika is two of the letter 'S' as though Swa-Stick is code for SS. "The Waffen-SS... was a multi-ethnic and multi-national military force of the Third Reich. It constituted the armed wing of the Schutzstaffel ('Protective Squadron') or SS, an organ of the Nazi Party."

There is a Belgian Schut Coat using a black-on-white lion, the colors of the Nazi swastika. As soon as I saw the Schut lion, the black Sammes/Sam lion came to mind, which brought to mind the two S's of "Samson." The Samson Crest? A blue lion.

The Samson Shield? The two swastika colors. The Nazis were allied to a Siemen corporation. And Wikipedia's article on the swastika shows ancient swastika jewelry in the land of the Gileki, who I identify as mythical Glaucus, who loved Scylla (i.e. the Samson scallops), and who evolved into the Gloucester region in England, where the Samson surname was first found.

The Samson scallops? They're the Meschin/Masculine scallops. Hitler was allied to MUSSOLini. Musselburg was in Lothian, where the Catti from S-like Hesse lived, and nearby was EDINburgh. The Samson central symbol is the Eaton-surname symbol, apparently a double axe. When one enters, "Maskall," the Keith-branch Catti of Lothian come up, who lived at Haddington, a main city of which is MUSSELburg. In this picture, the SS organization may have been named secretly for Hesse, and later additions of those who do nothing but kill and think up codes for their bloodlines may have created the double-S swastika as code for the Samson cult, since after it was likely infested with Esau-ites. Remember, the Edinburgh Arms uses an Edom-like term, and "Lothian" itself smacks of Biblical Lotan, the Horite with whom Esau made marital alliances. I do an Aryan>Haran>Hurrian>Horite trace to Nuzi Horites and then trace them to Edom's Horites.

The Arnesson article (above) says that Arnesson, when in trouble, went with Rognvald BRUSason (there's a potential blue-lion Halland of the Brusi kind) into exile under the protection of the Varangians in Kiev. This was at roughly the time when the father of queen Margaret of Scotland went into exile in Kiev (she was not yet born when he left), and when the family returned to Britain, Margaret married Malcolm III, the husband also of Ingibiorg, daughter of this same Arnesson. When my brain recovers from this surprise, I'll start to speculate on what may have happened there in the bedrooms of Kiev.

I realize that "Arnesson" was for Arne, his father, but still, "Arnesson" may have carried weight as a term that created the house of Nassau and/or named the Ness river. In that case, however, a trace of the Ness and of the Nassaus to "DioNysus" appears discredited. On the other hand, we read at the above article: "In 1062, Finn [Arnesson] fought in the Battle of Nisa (Slaget ved Nisa) off the coast of Halland..."

Was the Arness surname from Arnesson? The Arness Coat is just one white-on-red star, the color of the Cauley stars! That's very good evidence that Cauleys were linked to Arnesson's Halland domain. And it shows that "Arnesson" was a term unto itself even though it has "Arne" for a root.

The Arness Shield is in Annan colors and shows Anness-like variations. Then, as per consideration of the Brusi/Bruce clan of Annandale, we find that Ingibiorg's husband had a Brusi for a brother. One could get the impression that the Ananes Gauls were in Norway too, and if so, the holy-grail Laevis should have been there. That recalls the Lief terms in viking-ville.

In the Scottish Cauley write-up: "The second branch of this Clan is that of the MacAulays of the Isle of Lewis. These Clansmen claimed descent from Aula (Olaf the Black), who was a thirteenth-century king of the Isles." Yet as it's now plain that Cauleys were from Arnesson of Halland, see this in the Arnesson article: "Finn Arnesson (died c. 1065) was a Norwegian nobleman and advisor to both King Olaf II of Norway..." Wouldn't "Olaf" be a Lief term??? ZINGER! After writing that, as it came fresh to mind on the spot, I loaded the Olaf Coats to find a zero write-up (sigh) in the first one, but when the Coat finally loaded, there were...leaves!!!

It's the Norwegian Olaf Coat shown above, and it uses the Norwegian red hearts, four of them, positioned as in the Bitar/Buttar Shield...with Sinclair-like cross! That exclamation mark is for yet further evidence that the Arnesson>Ingibiorg line was from a Malahule stock of Sinclairs. The description of the leaves is "a log sprouting leaves,"which could be code for Laevi LIGurians, not forgetting that the same-colored Lee/Ley surname is also "Legh." [But days after writing that, I found the logs of the Heil/Heiland Coat!!! ZOWIE, those logs were found just an hour or two ago as I write. Powie! Time to snap our heels hard and toast, "Heil be a donkey's uncle."]

MORE! The Swedish Olaf Coat...amazing, a white-on-red fleur-de-lys, what was shown above as per the Lise/Lys clan of Ile-de-France, as it linked to the Levi clan of Ile-de-France!!! Batta-bing batta-bong! Ingibiorg's sister (i.e. another daughter of Arnesson), married Eilivsson, yet another Levi-like name in the Halland bloodline. And the greyhounds (north-Africa symbol) in the Lise/Lys Coat sets up a trace of Malahule to the Tuareg Amazons in Mali (or at least of Mali elements).

MORE exclamation marks!! The English Lise clan was first in Perthshire, and as you saw, the Ingibiorg>Arnesson topic was launched immediately after the Pert-surname topic. It was while on that Pert topic that I asked whether Malahule was related to it.

I traced Tuaregs to Turin and Thuringia but also to the Scandinavian Thor. I don't make tentative traces to major gods lightly; In have an overflow of information in my head by which to practice the art of intuition, but I also feel that God is the governor of the information. Again, Masseys were traced solidly to Meshwesh Amazons in Libya, and Mascis were first found in Piedmont, the capital of which is Turin. But there was evidence for suspecting Tuaregs in tower symbols, especially the Moratin tower, a surname smacking of Mauritanians and lending well to "Malahule of More." The Tower surname even uses the Moratin tower I note that a variation of the Tower surname if "Lofwick," smacking of "Olaf" or "Lief."

French Tours (Languedoc) also use the Moratin/Tower tower. Very good, for we can suspect Tuaregs there too. And English Thors are listed and shown under the Tour clan (more towers). It's interesting that German Thors were first found in TYRol. Tyr was the German god of war, and so we had better hammer it home that the German Thor clan was likely from the Tuaregs. But who can swallow this African trace for such a Nordic icon as Thor?

I now recall that the Hopper Coat (in Hall colors for a reason) uses the same Moratin tower, while Malahule's family ruled in Opland!! The Masseys of Cheshire had the land of Hopland, while Meschins ruler over Copeland [this was written days before introducing emailer Patterson's vision leading to these very entities].

FASCINATING. The Hopper surname came to mind (years ago) when on the Red Skelton topic, who was a Freemason that played Clem Kadiddlehopper. I was stressing the Clem(ent) surnames at the time, as they related to Euskals of Gascony. If I'm not mistaken, it was a pope Clement who granted Gascony its white-on-red saltire that I identified with the Oettingen line to the Odins, a line that I linked above to Hallands! BUT as Cauleys were Hallands while Cauleys were from the Ketelborns, might "Kadiddle" have been code in-part for "Ketel" clans? Perhaps a Kad-entity mix with the Ketels? Doesn't "KETel" itself suggest the Cad entity?

As you know, I did trace the Ketel clans to Gascony Euskals, as per the AnKetill=Haskel surname, and as you may also know, I trace "Skel(ton)" (and Sheltons) to the escallop=shell symbol that I think is code for Euskals!! To top this off, the Hopper Shield (below the Moratin tower) is the Campbell-Shield design (!), and Campbells were directly related to Halls. REMEMBER, Skeltons used the blue-on-white Bruce lion, and emailer Patterson's vision had that lion linked to a Cappeo term that should include the copia entity that I say link to Copes...and so why not Hoppers too.

Skeltons use fleur-de-lys in Masci fleur colors, and the latter was first found in the Turin region of Peidmont. And so the Tuaregs could indeed trace to Turin, and therefore possibly to Thuringia, which is in the Germanic fold from which Thor arose. Thor was directly related to Odin's cult, and that was, I'm sure, part of the Oettingen line to Yorkshire Odins. As Hallands were first in Yorkshire, how is it that the mother of Finn Arnesson, ruler of Halland, was "Tora Torsteinsdatter (daughter of Thorstein Gallows)"? There are lots of Tor terms in the Arnesson article. And doesn't "Gallows" ring like a Galli root to the Cauleys?

I wrote on the Bruces of Galloway years ago, and I probably showed that the Gallow Coat (of Galloway) is a blue-on-white lion, the Bruce lion too, BUT THUNDERING THOR, as it's also the Halland-surname lion, shouldn't Thorstein Gallows prove like a solid hammer to the head that the Halland surname of Yorkshire was indeed representative of Arnesson's Halland bloodline? Bing!


Unfortunately, Wikipedia has no article on Arnesson's parents so that we might prove a line back to Malahule. But Arnesson's grandfather, Torstein/Thorston (born after Rollo conquered Normandy), starts to smack somewhat of Eystein, Malahule's father. No one seems to know Thorstein's parents. Perhaps they lived on a cloud, or perhaps the Rus cults are shrouding their ancestry.

The Thurston Coat ("Esse" and "videri" motto terms) might apply. Here's the tree of Arnesson's father, where Ingibiorg is said to be "of Holland" rather than "Halland." The Tree brings us as far back as a Finnvid/Fundni character born about the time of Malahule. Malahule is shown also as "Haldrick" at this genealogy page, attesting to a Hall bloodline, but "Haldrick" appears to be a Halder entity in particular, evoking the Holderness entity of the Odin-surname write-up.

The blue Halland and Gallow lion should be the Danish blue-on-gold lion shared by Estonia. I once conjectured that Eystein was named after Estonia. Estonia is on the south side of Finland, and as you can see, the Arnesson line back to his Thor names seem to concentrate on Finn-like terms, and even his given name was Finn. I am reminded of the Neuri article featured way above, where it traced (without evidence, however) the Neuri to Finland's Sami/Lapp (Samson? Lapiths?) peoples. Perhaps the Finn-branch Basques were in those peoples. BUT the question is, was mythical Nor of Norway's founding from the Neuri of Finland? Didn't we just see Thorstein Gallow's line show a lion in the colors of the Bute lion? Bute is offshore of Galloway, and I think Buzite-branch Nahorites lived in Bute, and moreover Buzite Budini may have named "Woden."

THERE'S HOPE. This genealogy page gives the ancestry for Ingibiorg, and it goes to a ruler of Upland! AND ZOWIE, it goes in particular to a Gudbrand Kule of Upland." "Kule" is just too much like MalaHULE to be ignored. Clicking on his link, however, we do not find Malahule in his ancestry, at least not on his father's side. Kule's mother's side appears unknown. There is a German Kule Coat in Halland colors, featuring a crane -- a Thurston-Coat symbol too !! -- and some clouds. The only thing missing is Thor's sledge and his knee-high boots. The Kule Coat is also in Malcolm/Callam colors, the colors of the vision's lion.


Entering "Cool" brings us a Cole clan, apparently, with the Cauley-colored lion. Entering "Kull" shows a Gull/Kull surname (in Hull colors) with Shield just like that of the Mones/Maons. There was definitely a relationship between the Galli priests and the Maeonians. Galli were transvestites, and Maenads were wholly depicted as women, reflecting the symbol for Amazons.

As you may know, I trace the Manes>Maeonian bloodline to Mannae in Armenia. The dragon cult in Europe always has Armenian roots (Semite originally, I think), as exemplified by Harmonia, the dragon/daughter of Ares. There are other mythic ways to cite Armenians flowing into Europe, for example Hermes of the Lydians. The Aryan-Armenian mix is viewed by me as the two serpents of the Hermes caduceus, and I trace this mix to Germanics. The Gorgons and Colchians are placed (by me) on the Aryan side of the caduceus, and I tend to equate Gauls with Gileki>Colchians>Cilicians (all three the same stock of peoples). I see Gaels as a later addition from a Hebrew-Aryan mix. As time goes forward, convoluted is the word, and the desperate attempt by "holy" bloodliners such as Hitler and de-Vere are nothing short of futile, going well into the classification of NUMBSKULL.

I view Celts as the Chaldaean line to Khaldi, and Chaldaeans were in Babylon, where Amorites of their Mari capital predominated. I tend to trace Amorites to north-African Moors. The Khaldi lived among Amazon-ville, and can therefore be predicted to follow migrationally with Amazon tracks. Remember all of this paragraph this as I get a few of paragraphs lower.

The fact that INGibiorg (evokes Ingaevone-branch Germanics) was from Thor-related clans evokes the god, Angl-Thork, of the Armenian Bagratid dynasty, which dynasty became a Templar-related one ruling in Georgia from about the time that Malahule was born. It is known that the Jerusalem-Templar cross is essentially identical with the flag of Georgia then, and to this day. David IV of Georgia assisted in the first Crusade against Jerusalem...and suddenly things are making sense to explain why the Norwegian king who succeeded Ingibiorg's Halland line was a passionate crusader. Bagratids thought that they were from the bloodline of king David of Israel.

Thuringians were of Angle stock, it is said. In my MEROPS TO MEROVEE chapter (I was "green" in these topics at the time, just collecting and recording pertinent info for the ultimate goal of understanding the Varangian dragon-loving peoples), I quoted some online articles: "The early inhabitants of Thuringia were a German tribe called Hermunduri; about A.D. 420 they became known as Thuringians." [And from Wikipedia:] "The Thuringii may have been the descendants of the Hermunduri." I then commented that "Other online articles make the same connection to the Hermanduri...which proves that Angl-Thork was indeed the god of the proto-Thuringians, since it was an Armenian god while Hermes was a depiction of Armenia."

I don't see how that traces Thuringians to the Tuaregs, unless Angl-Thork was from north Africa too. Assuming the trace to be true, it helps to trace Thork-like Tuaregs to the god, Thor, and therefore to the Ingibiorg-of-Halland bloodline. The passionate Crusader above was Sigurd I. Ingibiorg married Thorfinn Sigurdsson. There was a goddess Mari (assumed to be from Amorites>Moors of north-Africa):

Mari, Mari Urraca, Anbotoko Mari ('the lady of Anboto) and the possibly distinct Murumendiko Dama ('lady of Murumendi') was a goddess -- a lamia -- of the Basques. She was married to the god Sugaar (also known as Sugoi or Majue).

...They also say that she and her husband once went to church in a cart and that upon leaving church she rose into the air saying "Domingo, Domingo el de Murua...

Sugaar??? Could this be as in "Sigurd"? "MURUmendiko" does sound like the Moors, and I am in the midst of tracing the Halland bloodline to north Africa. The Basques appeared in western Spain, opposite Morocco and Mauritania. The Murua term/statement above sounds like fundamental Mari code ("Marua" is a Basque name), as though it defined her. Why the cart? Earlier we read that she's the hail storm goddess, and then she looks much like Thor: "Mari was associated with various forces of nature, including thunder and wind....She is also seen as woman of fire, woman-tree and as thunderbolt. Additionally she is identified with red animals (cow, ram, horse) and with the black he-goat."

Thor's symbol was the thunderbolt and roaring storm. And then we have Nordic names such as, Thorfinn Sigurdsson. I assume that Sugaar was taken to the Norman world. But what about that BLACK he-goat? Why black, and is that Baphomet??? Have we ever seen Baphomet in any other color besides black?

[Baphomet] first appeared in 11th and 12th century Latin and Provenšal as a corruption of "Mahomet", the Latinisation of "Muhammad"...Since 1855, the name Baphomet has been associated with a "Sabbatic Goat" image drawn by Eliphas Levi.

A Levi surname, you don't say? And, certainly, the Baphomet root in the founders of Muslims takes us to north Africa. But why "Muslim," so very close to "Mussel(burg)" and Mussolini and other Massey-like surnames? While "Islam" may reflect "Ishmael," I did link Meschins/Masculines (Aryans at their root) to Ishmaelites, and of course that tends to link Meschins to north-African Amazons. I still seek a "Muslim" link to Meschin stock...way back in the Mecca region. The Spanish Sephardic "Jews" have been identified (by me) as Sepharvites, who had been Joktanite Hebrews living anciently between Sephar and Mesha. These two places are pegged my me in ancient Subartu, where Muslim-like Mosul is now located. Might the namers of Mesha have named Mecca too, since after all it's understood that Joktanites were at the south-western end of Saudi Arabia.

It just so happens that I trace Joktanites to Occitania, where Provence is found. As we read above, Baphomet had it's European start in Provencal realms, and the Provencal language is an Occitan dialect. Provence is also where the Bellovesus Gauls lived who I say were the proto-Bellamy house that furnished the Masseys. I did link Ishmaelites to the goat cult of Edom's Seir/Horite entity, without any considerations on Baphomet. "Seir" means "shaggy/hairy." That Seir-ian goat cult was traced to Satyrs of Greece, and then we see that mythical Taras (i.e. Tuareg-like) was married in southern Italy to Satyrion, a city apparently named in honor of Satyrs.

Bellovesus' brother, SEGOvesus, could even link to "Sugaar." In another Wikipedia article: "The Sigil of Baphomet [goat-head-like pentagram star] is the official insignium of the Church of Satan." Why is it called after a term like "Sigurd"? This article gives the name of the cult's "High Priest Peter H. Gilmore." Why GilMORE? And LOOK, the Gilmore Coat uses fleur-de-lys in Masci-fleur colors on a Bellamy-like Shield. Keeping in mind that the Fleur-de-lys was linked to the Levy surname, see here:

In an interview with Wikinews, High Priest Peter H. Gilmore described the meaning of the [Sigil] symbol:
...[He starts off with blah-blah for public dissemination, but then gives away the goods]...Now around it are two circles, one at the tip of the points of the star and one outside. In that are Hebrew characters [i.e. this is a Kabalistic cult, and Kabala is a "Jewish" occult maintained by Rosicrucianism] starting at the bottom and going counter-clockwise spelling Leviathan. In Hebrew mythology, Leviathan was the great dragon of the abyss, this powerful earthly figure that even Yahweh was afraid of [oh yeah, God is reeally reeeeally scaaared'd'd]. So all these things taken together creates a symbol that Anton LaVey [!!] identified with Satanism specifically. When he started the Church of Satan...

Spoken like a true BLOCKHEAD. But what I get out of his duplicity are the Levi and Vey surname facts that appear integral to the Baphomet cult. In the Gilmore write-up: "A Strathclyde-Briton family from the Scottish/English Borderlands [Roxburghshire was in Borderland] was the first to use the surname Gilmore. It is a name for a devotee of the Virgin Mary. Looking back further, we find the name Gilmore was originally derived from the Gaelic Gille Moire, which means follower of Mary." But the Basque Mari goddess is likewise said to be rooted in virgin Mary, which is of course mere blah-blah. "Moire" evokes the Moors, does it not? And as the Scott-branch Gilmore surname was first found in Ayrshire (Bute/Fay theater), where Kyles were first found, note "GILmore."

By the way, "Kabbala" might even be linked to "Kappa(docia)," for mythical Kybele was in Phrygia (should link to Frigg and Frey), not far from Cappadocia. I recall when on the Copia trace to Cappadocia that I showed the Italian Capelli (= "hair") surname and linked it to the Cabelees at the root of Kybele, for she was the goddess of the Kabeiri cult of transvestites, expected to have worn long hair.

By the way, Baphomet is usually drawn ugly, sadistic, and fearful, but you know that these depictions are from the minds of dopes who belong to the cult. The entire world knows that they are cracked somewhere down the center of their brains, otherwise they wouldn't be satanists honoring such a drawing.

AND, the More surname (with Saracen in Crest) was LIKEWISE first found in Ayrshire!!! That should explain why the More stars (not wholly in Moray colors) are in the colors of the Gilmore Coat.

Irish Mores use...the Morgan lion!!! I had forgotten. The exclamation marks are for Morgan links to the Veys of Bute. I'm sure you've read about the satanist, Anton Le Vey, a brazen man in love with black, and with promoting hatred as an idealistic lifestyle. Like I said, a fault-zone right down the center of the brain. But yes, the serious ones are to be feared because they are blockheaded enough to persecute or even kill their enemies. Yet, don't fear their scare tactics...that are used to make themselves look bigger than they really are. They are the smallest of humanity, yet they are intelligent enough to know that they must operate in secret, because they learned long ago that the rest of humanity rejects their doctrines, their practices, their personalities, their movements. So, they live like fakes among the human race, playing the good and lovable guys by day, but sucking on mud by nights.

Whenever I hear of Borderlands elements moving to the Bute theater, I think of the royal Polish lines about the Maxwells. Entering "Gil" brings up just one Coat, a Polish-looking one from the Basque region of Spain. In the Mari article, it's said that she's depicted with moon behind her head, and so we expect lunar crescents, such as the Gil Coat displays, to be used by her devotees. I tend to trace crescents to north African Muslims. As Gils therefore look like Kyles, I'd say they were the Cauley and/or Hall bloodline too.

We'd expect "Tuareg" to morph into a Torey surname (shows another tower), and so compare the Torey Crest to the Tower Crest (same type of on-all-fours griffin). I KID YOU NOT, that the Baphomet topic above was an insert while this paragraph resumes the Tuareg topic above that. The More Coat was the end of the insert, and so NOTE: the More Coat's "Duris" motto term smacks of the "turris" tower to which I trace Tuaregs. The Torey-Coat motto uses "turris'!!! Like I said, the blockhead Thor swinging a sledge on a cloud is no match for a brain endowed with the wings of YHWH.

The Torey Coat displays the Pappenheim "kettle hats" in Pappenheim kettle-hat colors (Pappenheims were linked to Halls because Papes, Halls and Hulls use the same talbots in the same colors and same configuration). If I glean Moray links in a clan while it uses a Fort-like motto term, I tend to view the term as code for Fortriu, an alternative name of Moray. The Torey Coat uses "fortissima." The Fort/Fortes surname uses both a "fortis" motto term and a tower, not to mention the Bessin-surname bee in Chief. I've traced the Fort motto term, "Audax," to a similar one used by Pollocks (Maxwell sept). French Forts were first in France's Basque-ville, and Italian Forts use what I think is the Massey horse.

As we can expect Tuaregs in Moray if they were the Moors to the Moray bloodline, so see that the Turris clan [crescents] was first in Moray, and uses an "Amore" motto. [Insert -- The More/Moor Coat, with "Duris" motto term, looks like the Turris Coat! AND ZOWIE, as this paragraph was written days before I inserted the Taras topic above, I now see that "Tarras" is a Turris-surname variation!! End Insert]. It's clinched: the Toreys were from Moors and therefore likely from Tuaregs. Amazons, Berbers. Gorgons out of Africa.

Another insert here. As entering "Taras" brings up a Coat similar to the German Steffen Coat, I should add that entering "Terrace" brings up the Tarras Coat above while "Stephen," said to mean "crown [of the head)," is known to derive in a Cepheus-like name (see yesterday for Cepheus-head topic as it pertains to mythical head/chief symbolism). A terrace is a top or high platform, you see, and a turris is a high platform too. As the Medusa Gorgon's head appeared to be part of that symbolism because she was killed by Gorgons of the Perseus line (he married the daughter of Cepheus), I now recall that Gog meant "high" and "sky (blue)." The blue (or lapis lazuli) color of heraldry (i.e. I'm alluding to the blue "Cappeo" lion of yesterday's topic) is therefore suspect as a Gogi color (originally, anyway).

THEN LOOK, the Scottish Stevenson Coat (Hebrides) uses Moray stars in Chief, a "Coelum" motto term smacking of the Kyles/Coles, and two symbols, including a green "garland," used also in the GilMORE Crest!!! The Stevenson write-up says that "Steven" means "crown or garland"!! That tends to clinch the Gil=Kyle theory made above, which then tends to link the "Jewish" "High Priest" of the Baphomet cult with the Cauley bloodline. Remember, I believe that God is wanting to reveal to us things on the Halland bloodline, the surname of which uses that blue Cappeo and Copia lion ("Cappeo" was linked to the Cepheus>head topic yesterday because the term looks like "cap/top/capital/chief." Entering "Cup" brings up a Cope Coat....BLUE ON WHITE like the Cappeo lion. The other Cope/Copps Coat uses fleur-de-lys in Gilmore and Stevenson fleur colors! The two Cope Coats are nearly identical, both using red roses, the chief Rosicrucian symbol (which they put at the center of their cross as alternative to Jesus on his Cross).

I've quoted a few times on a Wikipedia article revealing that the "Staufen" ending on "Hohenstaufen" meant "grail bearer." As evidence of the correctness of that claim, I showed the cup-in-hand in the Swiss Stauf Coat (Rosicrucian Zionist star in the background). BUT NOW, as proof that the Stauf-like Stephan surnames were from Cepheus-like entities, see the cups in the Caffee/Coffee Coat shown yesterday. Yes, the Caffee "Irish cups" cups can be play on "coffee," but they could also be the Stauf cup...or even code for a CAPPEO and/or COPIA entity!! The Caffie Crest is the one with naked man on a dolphin, the symbol of mythical Taras!!! To many coincidences here not to be FACT. Remember, Taras was given a Satyr-city for a mother.

Let's not forget the Coopers/Coupers of that Cappeo topic for the Dutch Cuppers/Cypers use a Caffie-like Coat. I've not seen a BLACK pelican before, but the English Cuppers/Copers use one...along with a black saltire. Both black symbols together evoke the Patricks>Patterson symbols.

Mythical Cepheus was a king of Ethiopia, and as such he may have been an alternative depiction of mythical king Merops of Ethiopia, who I trace to Meroe/Merowe (now Sudan). There was another Meroe further south in north-Africa the inhabitants of which were called by a very Amurru-like term (according to Wikipedia), the latter being an ancient term for Amorites in the Middle East...who ruled at Mari!!! I therefore suggested a trace of the Meroe locations (and the Amorites thereof) to the Moors of west Africa. Therefore, the Stauf grail cult appears to be rooted in Amorites, not forgetting that Merops of Ethiopia can be solidly traced to Merovingians...who honored a Mari-like deity, quite apparently, that evolved into a Christian Mary as per a tactical, typical disguise-job that satanists were infamous for during the reign of the Vatican over Europe.

It is not contradictory to identify both the Cati of Cilicia's Khassi/Kizzu region and the Cepheus line with the grail cult, for the wife of Cepheus, CASSIopeia, was traced to the Cati of Cilicia! End insert

The French Mores? FIRST FOUND IN ILE-de-FRANCE! Could this mean that the holy-grail Lys and Levis of Ile-de-France were from Moors? [This was written/asked days before the Gilmore topic showed LEVIathan and the Hebrew Kabbala blah-blah.] French Mores are also "Mauret" and other Mauritania-like terms, and they use a so-called "moline" cross (the Molines use it too), possibly code for the same line that MALAhule derives in. I have little doubt the he is from Miletus elements to Ireland, but as they came across north Africa, why couldn't they have founded Mali?

NOW LOOK AT THE BUTE CONNECTION of the Mores, for the Mauroit clan of France (evokes the Merits/Merys) uses the Bute/Butt Shield (colors reversed to the Veys), and the Mauroits were first found in Champagne, near Avallon. Let's not forget that I traced Malahule's son, Balso D-Espaine, to the Paine/Payne and Payen/Pagan (Bute colors) surnames, or that Hugh de Payen (Templar founder) was of ChamPAGNE elements.

THEN GAWK at the Italian Mauro Coat in French-More colors (the idea to check "Mauro" came to me many hours ago this morning as I awoke, but I had forgotten it until now). Compare it with the Bute/Butt Coat! That clinches it. The witches of Avalon, Muses and therefore Mysians, were Amazons from north Africa. And the Tuaregs therefore moved along with Meshwesh/Mazyes Amazons into Europe, founding the Templars and Freemasons...and their lying, magic-steeped ways unto European rule.

I'm sure they despised Europeans at the time, and may do so to this day. It's not a wonder that they don't want their tracks from Africa covered. They'd lose all their membership, or at least lose the loyalty of their membership, for as the cult claims to be for the causes of the Aryan "race," lo and behold they came from the Aryans in the black of Africa.

The French Posse Coat is in Mauroit and Mauro colors. It's being mentioned because the Butes/Butts use a "posse" motto term. Struggling to know what to make of it, I supposed that a Bute/Bode-like term had morphed into "Posse," and so I entered "Bosse" to find, wow, the Moratin tower, and a clan first found in Touraine!!! Remember, the Moratin tower is the Tower tower that I traced to "Tuareg" (pronounced "twar-ig" my me), wherefore the fact the Bosses were first found in Touraine clinches (almost, anyway) that it was founded by Tuaregs. There's a so-called "twirk" dance (hip-shaking) that comes to mind, perhaps from Africa.

There is a Touraine Coat, and LOOK, It's roughly the Mere/Merit/Mery Coat! The Touraine clan was first found in Savoy, and that's the Turin theater. In fact,. the Touraine Coat is in Turin-surname colors.

The Turin variations suggest potential linkage with Tournay, a Frank stronghold before the arrival of Clovis i.e. suggesting that Merovingian roots were in Tournay elements. The Tournay surname uses bulls, suggesting that the clan opted for links to "Taurus," but then the Arms of Tournay use a tower that could very well trace to Tuaregs. Merovingians rooted themselves in a QuinoTAUR (some say this means "five bulls"). Hmm, as Tournay is in Belgium, might that creature be code for Guines? The Tournay article: "Tournai belongs to Romance Flanders, like Lille, Douai, Tourcoing, and Mouscron." There's your Lille, on the Lys river, holy-Merovingian central. But look at how Tuareg the TOURCoing term is. It evokes Turko terms, and may include mythical Tarchon (Attis>Lydia line to Etruscans).

It seems unrealistic to trace dark-skinned north Africans to vikings, but then Berbers/Amazons were an Aryan "race" that darkened only over time, though some today are light like some Europeans. Besides, my findings are that north-African Gorgons came to Europe long before the viking-age Moors, to found the ancient Atlantean kingdom (about 3,000 years ago) in north-western Spain and southern Britain. Think mythical Geryon=Gorgon and the Ladon dragon that protected his apple garden. This Atlantean kingdom was at one time on the Atlas mountains of north Africa...where the Tuaregs lived!

These early arrivals to western Europe became much of the Arthurian cult, especially the Pendragon>Arthur line itself, and this was still prior to the viking age Moors who merged with Guiscards and other Templar types. My solution at present is to view the Mary=Magdalene grail cult as a late aberration of the ancient grail cult from Cilicia. The latter founded the Franks, or at least found the Franks on the Rhodanus and merged with them. The later arrivals from North African Mauritanians may be regarded as the same Mari bloodline that set up the original grail cult.

I see the original "Mary" cult as an Ares>Mars bloodline from Mari, capital of Amorites, to the Marsi Italians of Abruzzo. But before arriving to Italy, it had gone through Mero(w)e in Sudan, then finding their migratory way to Aedon-related Boiotia via the Cadmus>Cilicia grail line. The Cadmus marriage with Ares daughter (= proto-Germanics) then entered Europe by way of Illyria and the earliest Celt wave about 1,000 BC. While Celts and Gauls spread throughout Europe, I suppose that Mari elements in Sudan had spread west along north-Africa, to form Mauritanians and related Moroccans. These were welcomed by the Franks, Normans and Flemings (the latter two from the Mures/Maros river) for distant-kinship reasons, and perhaps their arrival invigorated the old Mari heritage.

The question is whether the Moor arrivals were a driving force behind the Jerusalem crusades, or whether they just happened to arrive at the time that the crusades were taking shape. In the past, I put the motivation for the Crusades in the Bagratid Georgians, who I think may have been, or at least merged royally with, Merovingians out of Moravia. I don't think it's necessary to confuse the tenets/ideals of the Mari cult with motivation for the crusades, and yet as I trace the Mari cult to Amorites, it's conspicuous that Jerusalem was itself ruled by Amorites.

I assume the day came when the Alans/Allens of Brittany merged with the Merovingian bloodline in Morbihan/Vannes, at which time the Mari cult, represented/honored by various (sur)names, merged terms with a French D'Allen surname, afterwhich someone thought up the code, "Mary MagDalene," and applied it to pagans applied all their Christo-symbols to themselves in the traditional way. However, these were "Christianized" pagans, given to arrogant cult-producing tendencies, and by "arrogant" I mean someone who, for example, comes claiming that they are the Elijah of the last days, or that they derived from the Messianic bloodline, or from the relations of Jesus himself with Magdalene.

The "Freemason" term may be total bloodline code, having nothing to do with stone masons, though in very ancient times, stone masons were Gogi-like giants, the CYClopes. The one-eyed monsters surely gave rise to the one eye shared by the three Gorgonic Graeae sisters.

The Massin/Mason surname uses a lion in Denmark-Templar blue on gold (the Rollo line was in Norway, but some insist that it was a Danish bloodline, at least to some degree). Like the Massins/Masons, the Kulls were first in Kent. The Cools (with "Cole" motto term) use red spurs, what I suspect is a Speer code, as I view the "Dum spiro spero" motto of the Massins/Masons.

[Insert -- Days after I write this, along comes Tim with a longish list of surname that use "Dum spiro spero," and one of them uses spurs too: the Achmuty surname (Fife). It moreover uses a bent and broken spear!! SO TIMELY TIM! And the Crest has a bent arm that I now view as code for the Bend/Bent surname (of LANCAshire) representing Ban(t), myth-code father of spear-evoking LANCElot. In fact, the Achmuty spear is technically a "a broken lance"! The Achmuty spurs are technically "spur rowels," and when entering "Rowel" (besants, as with the Rhodes Coat), a very Rhodian-like clan out of Rhodes-infested Lincolnshire pops up. We'd expect a red rose to be used by Rhodian elements (Cecil Rhodes was an Illuminati globalist and founder of African entities, including Rhodesia, and yet he put his fortunes toward a Brit-Aryan-global cause), and indeed the red rose is the special symbol of Lancaster (in Lancashire). (The Bend Crest is a blue lion). END INSERT.

DON'T GO AWAY. Let me continue from the Massin/Mason topic before that insert. I brought the Speer relatives of the Massin/Masons up because entering "Free" brings up the Frey Coat...showing properly as Freeze/Friese. That evokes the Swiss Vries/Fries surname, with red crescents, the Speer symbol. [Read on, you'll see that "Freemason" is indeed code for a Free surname combined with the Massins/Masons. It was like I conceived and gave birth nine minutes later. I don't forget that I traced Varangians to Rhodes (said by some to be named after roses due to the many roses there), and that I see Varangian Rus at the very root of the ROSicrucians proper.]

The Kule cloud suggests Nibelungs, who ruled in Friesland among Varangian elements. I get it. I use the Kule surname here because of Gudbrand Kule, a Halland-of-Norway ruler, great-grandson of the Ivar mentioned earlier on this page (the latter was the earliest-reported figure in the Halland bloodline). [If you recall the black diagonal bar of the Ivar Coat, with Massey-of-Cheshire Shield underneath, then let me show another clan using "Dum spiro spero," the Whiteworth clan (from Tim's list), using the same diagonal bar...and a garb, a Cheshire symbol.]

The Cauleys were ultimately from the Hebrides, and so with the Cull/Coll/Cula clan (MacDonald eagle), who should apply to the Norwegian ruler, Gudbrand Kules/Kulas. I suspect that while his Ivar ancestor was named in honor of the Varangians, the ANGI portion of the latter term honors the Angles, which becomes important when we get to INGibiorg of this same Halland bloodline. The point is that "Vries/Fries" could possibly be an Ivar term. For the record, Dutch Vries use "bear claws," and I'm sure there are some Claus/Klause clans in Holland. The Bavarian Claus Coat uses Vere colors, and the write-up says that "Claus" is a version of "Nicholas." I do trace the Veres to bear-depicted Bavaria/BAYERrn! We can expect dragonliner cults to give first names to their children that reflect their most sacred lines/entities, even as I named all my children after Biblical characters.

[SPY THIS! The Close Coat uses stars in More/Moor-star colors, which were the GilMORE star colors (aka Mr. High-Priest of the Baphomets), and MOREOVER the Close motto uses "Fortis," the term I trace to Fortriu=Moray!! The Close motto also uses "fidelis," a term I trace to Bavaria's Foetes. And jumpin' cowboys on a bucking red ox! The Close Coat shows a spur!!! Give me more exclamation marks because the Close clan was first found in Lancashire, just where we expect the Speers!!!! And the Close Shield is the Macey/Mackay Shield, the clan I've traced to Fortiu!!!!! That's five major points in one paragraph alone, warranting a "quinomark." Ha, I recall saying that we are peering in Nicholas' closet, which was said days before finding the Close Coat>

You may recall that I linked the Speers of Renfrewshire to the Renfrew city of Glasgow. Tim found yet another "Dum spiro spero" in the Glassbrook Coat! The lion is in Vere colors, and it's the Mackie/Margy and Margeson/Mackesy lion. The Glassbrook Chief shows fleur in Massey-fleur colors, OVER AND OVER AGAIN, it comes back to Masseys, everywhere, totally expected where they are the meaning of "FreeMason." Note that the Glass surname appears to be from "Gres": "First found in Yorkshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor of Greysbrook or Greasborough...On record in circa 1100, was Bartholemew de Gresbroke..." That evokes the Gros surname to which I traced the Burgos>Meschins, and the Greysbrook version may just link to the Graeae Gorgo-Amazons, not forgetting the suggestion that "gros" appropriately portrays those hags.

LOOK. The Glass surname (Melusine in Crest, as with the Massin/Mason Coat), is said to derive in "gray." The Glass star, the Kyle and Cauley star too, is used also by Irish Gleasons. End insert]

The Eure variation of the Ivars suggests the Eure location in Normandy, which I think was an Ebre location of the Eburovices. In this picture, the Hebrew-ness among the Scandinavians, which was not at all Israelitish/Mosaic so far as anyone can discern, was from the founders of York. This city was called Eburacum, said to be named after a boar, though the boar could easily have been code for the EBUROvices/Ebroicum. The Ivar Crest? A gold boar head, the color of the Weir and related Speer boar.

The "viscar" in the Ivar motto term, "obliviscar," smacks of the Wishards/Guiscards, suggesting that the obscure ancestry of Guiscards was in this Halland-of-Noway line.

Now, recall the apparent Brusi and Annan elements in the Halland nobles, for I trace the Eburovices to the Abruzzo/Abrussi bloodline. I dare say that "Ivar" was an Abreu term, therefore. We've come full circle now with this Vere root of the Halland bloodline.

The Var-Angi evoke the Nerthus worshipers which included the Angli and Varni. Nicholas de Vere claims to stem from Angles, and so the Varangi would appear to fit his picture very well. Let's not forget that his Melusine line was located in Angers/Anjou.

The Ingibiorg line goes back to Ivar Beitil born just after 800 (this is the Ivar I've been referring to all page long), or just a generation before Malahule was born, and then goes silent. BUT NOT ALL IS OP-LESS FOR A MALAHULE LINK: see that Malahule's grandfather was...drumroll please......what was his name?.......more drumroll needed......IVAR! Yes, Ivar of More. He was also styled, Ivar Halfdansson earl of Uplands. He was born a generation before Ivar Beitil. Might they have been related CLOSE-ly? We had better take another look in Nicholas' dirty closet, where he hides what he doesn't want us to know. Plug your nose...

I struggled for a minute trying to find a surname honoring Beitel. No Coat under that term, nothing under Beit or Beyt or Bayt. The Beatle Coat didn't jibe. Then I heard the closet door creek open with Bayt. It's the Bat Coat shown earlier with Sinclair cross!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooWWWWeeee! It suggests that the Beitil line to Ingibiorg was indeed a Sinclair line, as expected...though while holding my fingers crossed. We know Malahule was of the Sinclair line.

INSERT. The blue Bruce lion was used by CLEVElands, and that's a term like the Claver/Clivar surname that was suggested as in-part honoring "Ivar." It had been suggested that Hallands were linked to Clavers, but that was days ago, before I knew to check the Clevelands (as per the article, at the link above, given to me by emailer Patterson when she told me her blue-lion vision). I now find that the Cleveland surname (blue Crest, Coat in Cliff colors) was first found in Yorkshire i.e. where Hallands were first found! Per chance, and it's a long shot, the Cliff>Claver surname was after a cliff top, as in a terrace, and thereby from the Taras>turris-depicted Tuareg Amazons.

I know that Skiptons of Yorkshire were related to Cliffords (as per the Skiptons write-up), and Cliffords use a Shield filled with blue and gold checks, as do the Warrenes...that per immediately ancestral to Halls. Like the Warrenes/Varrenes, the Cliffords use a wyvern dragon. Recalling that Warrenes were linked to Kerricks in the topic on red vyVERNs (i.e. Varrene-like term), let me add that both Kerricks and Cliffords use "paratus."

Tomorrow is Satyr-day. To be continued then. Until then, I'll be in the closet digging through the heaps in Claus's bags.


The Gudbrand Kule character is now under investigation, the great-grandson of Ivar Beitil. Hey hey, there's a red cockatrice in the English Brand/Brant Crest, symbol of the Presleys/Priestlys who were linked early on this page to the Halland bloodline, and who use Abreu symbols...which by the way includes a tower that I never emphasize. But now, we can wonder whether it's a Tuareg tower. Aphrodite's Heneti trace to Cyrene, after all, and I do know that Abreus were close to Mascis.

You may have read (and not skimmed past, don't worry I understand) my lamenting for not finding a cocKATIEL (instead of the cockatrice) to jibe with the Ketelborn bloodline of the Hallands. I reasoned (without evidence) that there should be a cockatiel in the Ketelborn bloodline just because Malahule's grandson was AnCETIL while "kettle hats" (in Hall colors) are used by an Anchetille bloodline. I guess that Hall colors are in respect to Sinclair colors; the latter use a rooster though the creators of the symbol may have had a cock in mind. I know that the Welsh Matthew clan uses a moorcock (on a green mound), and look, the surname was first found in GlaMORgan/MORgannwg. There was an ancient kok-like term of the Aryans for "egg" that likely became our "cock."

To now find that the Brands likewise use a red cockatrice seems to prove further that GudBrand Kule was named after whatever MalaHULE was named for, and of course I'm claiming that it was in honor of Hall(and) elements. You can read that Hulls were in a Hull location in Cheshire, where Malahule's Meschin line ruled, but that Hulls were first found in Yorkshire, where Hallands were first found. The evidence is becoming so clear for a Malahule link to the Halland Normans that I think the Freemasons know it.

MOREover, the talbots in the Hall and Hull Coats are (no doubt) for the Taillebois bloodline that le Meschin married, and the point in repeating this is that Taillebois' were of Lincolnshire titles, while the Brand surname above was first found in Lincolnshire. [Tim emailed last night, Friday, PROVING in a nutshell that Speers, who've seemed to be linked to Hallands and/or Halls, are behind "Sprowestun" in neighboring Norfolk. I'll get to that later. It is definitely an item in de Vere's closet.]

German Brands use a Bellamy-like Coat as well as the flames (i.e. expected where Bellamys were Flemings). "Jewish" Brands use the same flaming symbol, and though I can't find my way to the official description, it is definitely a fagot i.e. bundled LOGS. The German Heil/Heiland Coat uses logs (and a Zionist star), as does the Norwegian Olaf Coat!!

AHA!! It pays to study the Coats until an idea comes to mind (especially when you've seen and written on as many as I have). "Logan" came to mind with "log," since after all the German Logens/Lochs (swan) and Scottish Locks (swan) were definitely the representations of the Lohengrin Ligurians. But I had forgotten that Logans/Lohans (with an 'a') use a red heart, the symbol of the Norwegian Olaf Coat!!!

Now you know that the log refers to the Ligurian swan line. I do believe that Ligurians were Gorgons, and so note the cock-like motto term, "Hoc," of the Logans. Logans are said to be Bernicians, and I do trace Bernicians (i.e. Zahringers/Veringens) to the Spree river (we're not forgetting that the Spartan Leda, a swan line and the Biblical Ladon-dragon cult, put forth the Ligurian Gorgons, as well as Helen of Troy, her daughter). The Logan motto translates: "This is the valour of my ancestors."

Why "Jewish" Brands? Ruling "Jews" of BRANDenburg were Hohens, and Brandenburg is a region touching on Lusatia, where Speers originate. The heraldic flames (such as used by Jewish and German Brands) always look like serpents, similar to how Gorgon hair is depicted on coins.

AHA! The Brunts use the same eagle as the Fertes, jibing with a Bellamy link to the Brands, and Brunts were first found in Lothian , where Sinclairs were first found. Aha! The Brunt motto uses "Fax," as though code for the fagots. AHA SOME MORE! The Brunt Crest is "A beacon with flames of fire." The Beacon term brings up the Bacons, in Flemish white and red, but in any case Brunts were first found in EAST Lothian, a Fleming haven in Scotland.

English Brents use a white-on-wed wyvern (colors reversed to the Drake wyvern), and are said ti descend from a Ralf de Conteville. "They were originally of Conteville in the arrondisement of Eure in Normandy." The Ivar page shows a Eure variation for the surname. The Drake motto, by the way, uses "CAPtat." (German Brents use a Bellamy Shield (yawn)).

AMAZING. During the night while in bed, I saw, out of nothing, a stake appear in my mind and sink a little into the ground. The idea was just a stake, but it evoked Dracula's stake symbol (i.e. the Drakenberg "Vere-group" trace themselves to the historical count Dracula). The vision seemed to be a Message that I should check the Stake surname in the morning. I had forgotten to check until now. The Brent topic is an insert this morning to the Brand topic written days ago. While viewing the English-Brent wyvern, and mentioning the Drakes at that point, I recalled that I should check the Stake surname. However, it was disappointing to find no hint of links to the Brents nor Drakes, and so I went on to check the German Brent Coats. But no luck there either.

THE VERY NEXT surname to be viewed (and by this point I was no longer expecting Stake links) was Branden (i.e. as per "Brandenburg"), and there was a two-tailed lion (rare), the symbol of the English Stakes/Stokes/Stocks!!! It's so good to be part of this. Very enjoyable.

The Irish Stakes are in the white-on-red of the Brent wyvern. AND, as Veres were Masseys, it must be added that German Brandens/Brandels use nothing but the Masci wings (also in Brent-wyvern colors).

The white-on-red double tailed lion of the Brandans is the Montfort symbol too (as well as of Bohemia). I traced Montforts to Monforte, Piedmont, near Monferrat (sounds like "Ferte"), where I had traced the Veres. Mascis were first found in Piedmont, and though I don't know where in Piedmont they were first found, Mon(t)ferrat seems to be the likely place as per the Ferte ancestry of the Cheshire Masseys. There is a Langhe location beside Monferrat that I'd tentatively traced to Lancelot elements in Lancashire, but knowing now that Lancelot elements were in fact of the Meschin bloodline, I think I'll upgrade that trace to "probable."

What are we to make of this, that the two Stake Coats, and/or the Montforts and Fertes, trace to Transylvanian's count Dracula? The Irish-Stake/Stack lion, though using one tail, is in Montfort white-on red. There was nothing in the vision to indicate links to count Dracula, and yet, as we saw, the Drakes use the same symbol as the Brents. Perhaps more Light will shine while I'm in de Vere's messy closet. There is every reason in mind to trace Sinclairs to Transylvania, something I did alone without first reading that Nicholas de Vere traced his bloodline to Transylvania. It was LG who guessed correctly, perhaps ten years ago, that Transylvania might be Vere-important. I don't recall her reasoning, but perhaps she read de Vere's writings. Back now to the GudBRAND topic of days ago.

AHA! Gudbrand's grandfather was Ofeig `Burlufotr' Ivarsson. I see a "fieg" in that name! I suppose the term could have developed from the Fey and/or Vey clans. Note the Bute/Butt Shield (colors reversed from the Vey Shield) in the Burl Coat (as per "Burlofotr," said to mean "clumsy foot" but I don't know). Hmm, as Burlufotr was Ivar's son, Burl Ives (actor) just came to mind, son of Levi Ives. "Ives was also involved in Freemasonry from 1927 onward."

The point is, the Ives surname (red roundels like German Rodes') was first found in Lincolnshire, as with the Brand surname, suggesting that Ivars and Brands were both from this Halland line under discussion. But it wasn't just Ivars and Brands who were first found in Lincolnshire, but also the Halls! And as de Vere traces a leopard to Transylvanian elements, note not just the leopard of the Lincolnshire Rhodes surname, but the engrailed Sinclair cross. The English Rodes clan was first in Herefordshire, where the Ivans were first found.

Insert. The Rhodes motto term, "robor," is like the Warrene/Verrene term, "robur," while Warrenes not only use a wyvern, but a white-on-red lion (like the Brents). COMPARE a "B"-using "Warrene" to "Brent." I do see that the Warrene dragon has front feet, not typical of wyverns, but the description does say "silver wyvern." As it appears that "Wyvern" is a Wy-Varrene (or Vey-Varrene) code, the Brents, and therefore the Stakes, appear linked to Warrenes. As Papes use Warrene-colored checks while both Papes and Warrenes were of the hall bloodline, I should add what was sent in by email:

Adolf Hitler -- Agent of Freemasonry and Zionism
Chapter 1
On January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of the German Reich. When he assumed power he was surrounded by four paramount advisers and their financial sponsors. Behind him was Henry Ford; beside him Hjalmar Schacht and Rabbi Leo Baeck, and ahead of him, Franz von Papen. An interesting picture appears when one takes a closer look at these four advisers.

...4. Franz von Papen (29 October 1879 – 2 May 1969) was a Knight of the Holy Grave, one of the highest orders of the Vatican. He was assigned to lead the promotion of Hitler in such a way that during the distribution of the powers no disadvantage could occur for the Vatican.

I'm assuming this book is online if you're interested. It's message is that Hitler was killing only certain Jews, but not touching the Jewish Illuminati, because he and they were working together to create the Zionist state of Israel. I don't know what to think of that theory yet, but have seen ample evidence of "Jewishness" in the Coats of the leaders of Hitler's Nazis and Thule society. My leaning is toward a family feud that started World War II, not a conspiracy to create Israel. Hitler may have left certain Zionist orgs alone because they were on his side, but may have attacked other Zionist groups because they wanted to create Israel. The point in the quote above is that the Thule society may have been linked to the Pappenheim-related Halls, and therefore other kettle-hat (or "vair") using clans. Certainly, dark Baphomet-loving Drakenberg, and count Dracula "the Impaler," bring Hitler-like killers to mind.

Hmm, after saying "Impaler," I recalled the Pale surname (Yorkshire) that I linked to the "pale" motto term of the Creeks (Yorkshire). Some of the Creek variations (e.g. Creik) could morph into "Reich." I don't think it's a good bet that Pales (said to be "probably originally an ethnic name for someone from Poland," altered a Pole-like name to "Pale" in order to honer "the Impaler," but it's conceivable, especially among Freemasons that do nothing but destroy and, in their spare time, create child-like codes for themselves. And, really, true men don't kill. Only immature children in men's bodies do. But beware those that learn to like killing people. End insert

The Ivan Coat has a gold-on-blue lion, not just the color of the lions used on the shields (of war) of the Templar fighters, but of the Massins/Masons. I'm repeating that for a good reason, for the Ivans, properly Evans, show an Evance variation. I went searching for the surname using "Advance" as its motto, and it turned out to be the Speers. The Massin/Mason motto is code for the Speers, you see. I recall tracing Speers to Spars/Sparres of Sweden, and so see the Arms of Bjelbo, a royal house in Sweden.

[Insert. Tim's email proving that Speers were in Sprowestun (where Abrey de Vere and his Weir branch was associated) tended to prove that Spars were Sprowestun-branch Speers because Spars were first in Norfolk, the location of Sprowestun. As you can see, the red Spar stag and antlers evokes the red antler shown (way above) in the Spree-river valley. This page is one long document so that you can use the Find feature at any time to go back and re-read, or, if you are a non-repentant skimmer, to get it for the first time. I forgive you. The insert below was from days ago]

Insert -- UNBELIEVABLE. I don't ever recall seeing the Ivan-style lion with rounded tail. But IMMEDIATELY after writing the paragraph above, a mistake was caught sight of in the HTML code for the Goder surname in the paragraph below. It was necessary to re-load the Goder Coat to get the URL address. When I saw the Gaeder variation (the French Goder/Gaudet Coat is in Ivan/Evens colors), I thought, what the heck let's take a look at the Gates Coat. I had seen it several times before with not much to say on it. Under my magnifying glass, the Gates Crest turns out to be the Ivan lion!!! I would never have realized this had I not just been on the Ivan/Even topic in the paragraph above. This is maybe really kule because it tends to connect Evans and GODerics to the GUDbrand-Kule (i.e. Halland) bloodline.

Recall the theory (that I think is fact) where George Bush Sr was/is a Nazi spy creating the CIA for Nazi infiltration into America. If what I'm suspecting, that the Halland bloodline is a major Nazi-beloved one (see 5th update in April), what can we make of Robert Gates, now Obama's defence secretary and earlier the head cheese of the Central Intelligence. "The post of DCI [Director of Central Intelligence] was established by President Harry Truman on January 23, 1946, with Admiral Sidney Souers occupying the position; it thus predates [by one year] the establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency" Souers??? That's the surname from the Sau/Sava river.

And what about Bill Gates and Microsoft? Are they secretly making Nazi-friendly software for the whole lot of us, software that makes it easy to spy on us while convincing us we're more safe than not?

Just a day or two after finding the Ivan and Gates lions (with rounded tail), I found the same one in the English BARney Coat, by which time I had already entertained "Bar" links to "Ivar." These Barneys were first found in Norfolk, beside the Lincolnshire Halland-line clans. End Insert

The other part of Gudbrand's name evoked the Goderics. Emailer Patterson: "There is even a FitzWilliam Hall surname still around. The FitzWilliam's were from FitzGoderic. FitzGoderic from Ketelborn. To make a long story short, my Hall's are descended directly through Earl William FitzWilliam." There is a German Goder surname shown using a part-white fleur-de-lys on part-red, the symbol of the Swedish Olaf Coat. It was Arnesson of Halland who was an advisor to a king Olaf.

I figure that the Gots/Goths are related to Goders because both were first found in Bavaria. And "Goderic" smacks of God-Reich or Goth-Reich.

Ivar Beitil was the grandfather of Gudbiorg, father of Gudbrand Kule. There's a Bait Coat using a white-on-red sword [color of the German Barney sword; the rounded-tail lion now appears in the Crest], piercing through a BLACK boar's head, and, again, a boar is the Ivar Crest! Although the Ivar boar is gold, there is a black bar on the Coat and a buried Wishart/Guiscard-like motto term.

The Currey surname just came to mind as I looked at the Ure variation of the Ivars, and it shows the Sinclair rooster!! Curreys were first found in Lothian, where Sinclairs were first found. The Currey saltire is one evoking the same Oettingen saltire.

The Bait Coat was in the past speculatively linked to MacBeth (or Moray) and possibly to Bute. Bait variations show a Beith! First found in Fife where I had traced the chief witch of Bute, so to speak. AHA! "Beith" caused a recollection of the Faith surname, and entering it, the first Coat to display shows a Veith variation, and like the Bait/Beith Coat it uses a white-on-red (the sword colors above) hand holding a sword.

The FEYth variation smacks of Fay. Other variations along with other fidelis-like motto terms caused me to link the Faith clan to Foetes. It may be true, therefore, that the Fey>Vay bloodline on Bute traces to Foetes, making sense where the Arms of Foetes/Fussen are also used by the nearby Isle of Man. BUT the AHA is for the English Faiths, for their engrailed Sinclair cross (in saltire)! More evidence of a Sinclair-line identity for the line to Hallands.

The Bates/Baits/Bats were first found in Yorkshire, where Hallands were first found. The Bates use hands, as do the Cauleys and the Ivars. The Bate motto term, "corde," could be code for the heart-using Cordes/Courts (black fesse, Ayrshire). The Cord/Court hearts are in the two colors of the Logans, and I recall linking the hearts to Sava-river Saracens as they merged with Lohengrin-branch Carthaginians (Lohengrin's mythical daughter smacks of the historical founder of Carthage).

Therefore, the Cord/Court bloodline (much like "(Guis)CARD") may have been named in honor of CARTHaginians. I traced Hannibal-branch Carthaginians to the Hannitys (BLACK greyhound, red Shield is possible Rhodian symbol) and Haines (crescents on red Shield), both first found in Lincolnshire. The Annabel/Hannibal surname was first in Norfolk, where I'm now finding other Halland branches concentrated. The Annes/Hannes, whom like the Hannas and Annabels/Hannibals use a stag, were first found in Yorkshire, where Halland elements were definitely concentrated. The engrailed Annabel/Hannibal bars are specified as "wavy bars," a benign or apparently non-creative phrase that may, however, be code for Bar-branch Ivars. Scottish Bars (Ayrshire) use a BLACK fesse with their Moray stars.

The Foot surname (BLACK chevron, black trefoil) first found in Cheshire is highly suspect for links to Foetes since the latter uses three feet for symbols. The Barfoots (BLACK roundels) were styled "of Mascy," and use the Annabel/Hannibal stag. Moreover, Barfoots were first found in Hants (Hampshire). The Hants/Hand surname (Cheshire) also uses a stag, and the red hands seen above.

The Bate "fesse" (symbol of Fussen, I figure) is a BLACK-on-white engrailed one smacking of the Sinclair cross. The Bate/Bait motto includes "manu," a term that I trace to the Isle of Man. The Crest is a "nude MAN holding a willow wand" (caps mine).

Entering "Willow" brings up the Willoughbys, using lattice (officially a "trellis"), and a crowned Saracen's head! Willows were first found in Lincolnshire, where the Brands, Ives, and Halls were first found. The English Will Coat (wyverns, in William colors) uses the motto: "Sarsum." The Saracens, apparently.

Going back to the Goders and its variations, specifically "Geider." The clan was first found in Bavaria, where the Nazi base of Munich is found (not far from Foetes). Look at how the Goder/Gieder Coat is split diagonally, like the Heidler Coat. Note that the Heidler Coat is split in the two colors of the split Gates Coat, and that both Coats use the same lion design. Now see the similar Hiedler/Hitler Coat. Suddenly, I know where Hitler' Aryan bloodline was from. The Goderics! I recall tracing the Nazis to the Germanic peoples, Goths.

This exercise suggests that the Hitler surname is a wildly deviant form of "Goth(er)." Or, it could be vice-versa, that the God/Got term arose from the Heid terms.

Entering "Geidel" (as per "Heidl(er)") brings up a clan (also "Giebel") first found in Bavaria (i.e. like the Geiders/Goders and Hiedlers), and it uses a fleur-de-lys too (i.e. like the Geiders/Goders) in the colors of the French Goders. The Hydes use lozenges, a Bavaria symbol, and Heids were first found in Bavaria.

Going back to the moline cross of French Mores/Maurets whom I think link to the Malahule-of-More bloodline, it can be added that a moline cross is used also by French Borgs/Burgs. I figure that "(Ingi)biorg" was named after the same as her ancestor, Gudbiorg, and a quick check online tells that "Bjorg" can also be rendered, Borg, or even Berger, in the sense of "savior/protector." I have my doubts on such definitions, and would rather trace simply to a Burg/Borg clan and leave it at that until something pops up to link it elsewhere. The Belgian Borg Coat uses a blue-on-gold lion, the Danish (and Swedish-Bielbo) lion colors.

This is all new to me. Many surnames cropping up in honor of the bloodline ruling Upland and Halland. When we enter "Hood" (anchor as with the Heidlers and English Hoods/Hutts), a clan from Bavaria comes up, and yet it's properly the Hoop/Hope/Hop clan. That evokes the Hopland and Copeland locations that I trace to Upland's honor. It therefore strongly suggests that the Hitler surname was from this Upland>Halland bloodline.

Did you happen to read where the Scherf surname was the true one of president George Bush Sr., who was a Nazi spy? Both the article and the heraldry was so convincing that I shared it with readers in the 4th update of April. I strongly recommend it to all. But leave it aside till you get to the end of this page, which isn't very far anymore.

The point here is that the Cope Coat shows the same type rose, not common, with stem showing, as the Scherf Coat. [This was written before the blue Cappeo/Copia lion was introduced earlier]. It could be coincidental. But then we find the Walker/Welker Coat (the "Bush"=Scherf clan married Walkers) using, not only nearly the stemmed Scherf rose, but a split Coat like the Scherfs...with what I take to be the Weis-of-Bavaria stars on one side. In the Bin-Laden update (May 1), the Ketel>Halland bloodline in Bavaria was traced to the Pappenheim kettle hats used on the Arms of WEISsenburg-Gunzenhausen, and so see that English Walkers were first found in Yorkshire, where the Hallands were first found!!

The latter Walkers even use blue on white, the Halland colors. Scottish Walkers use just two Zionists stars in the colors of the two Weis Zionist stars, as well as what could be the Oettingen (Bavaria) white-on-red saltire; Oettingens were traced both to Odins of Yorkshire and to Hallands. The Oddie write-up is identical to the Odin write-up, and the Oddie Coat is a white saltire too (i.e. like the Oettingen saltire), only on royal blue (evokes the Scottish flag). It's colors reversed from the MalColm/Callam saltire.

The Wilks use a Shield similar to Scottish Walkers. Welks/Wilkens were first found in Holland, and they too, like the Hoods and Hopes and Heidlers, use an anchor. The Welk anchor smacks of the Kyle anchor, important where I equate Kyles with Cauleys and therefore with Hallands. The Welcher variation of the German Walkers/Welkers suggests a look at the Vlach surname, and it's also from Holland, and uses the white Masci wing in BLACK. Variations include Flach, Flack, Flake, and Flachen, evoking the same-colors Flecks/Flacks (BLACK Shield) who use Meschin-colored scallops.

[Insert -- UNBELIEVABLE! The Vlack surname together with the Masci wing recalled the Masci wing of the Brandens higher above that was linked to the Impaler topic, and it just so happens that: "'Dracul' was the name given to Vlad (Vlach) the Impaler..."!!! If Veres trace to the Impaler, then Masseys can too!!! There is the evidence, thanks be to the vision of the stake this morning that caused me to link Stakes to Brents and Brandens. Is it not incredible how with one little one-second vision, at just the right time, God unveils the big, the bad, the ugly? Entering "Drack" brings up the Drake Coat, and who knows but we shall soon find a trace back to Dracula.

Just asked myself if their is an "impaler"like term that I know of, and the Arthur-motto "impelle" term came to mind.

The Flecks/Flacks are also Fleggs, and as has been shown many times that Samsons use both the Fleck scallops and a "flag" term buried in their motto, so the Cheshire Foots use a flag in Crest. Just for the record. End Insert

Have you noticed that Dutch Coats of Arms , as well as "Jewish" Coats, rarely come with write-ups? It's known that Illuminatist/Rosicrucian international bankers of Holland were/are "Jews." And they don't want us to know what they come from.

From "Vlach," we can suspect the Black surname, and what do we find but stars in the colors of the Kyles and Cauleys? As the noble-Halland bloodline was largely in Lincolnshire, so too the Blacks were first found in that place. You may know that Conrad Black of the Jerusalem Post was jailed some years ago.

Somewhere in this page, about the time that I was investigating the names of the Upland-Halland nobles, I came across a "Peur" motto term, and I think the motto was three words while also using "sans." I say this because the husband of Ingibiorg of Halland was granted Caithness and Sutherland while the Sutherland Coat (surname first in Caithness) has the motto, "Sans peur." I have no further comment on that term, aside from the Peer Coat looking a little like the Heidler Coat. But I do want to go to the Sutherland clan.

The Sutherland write-up roots to a Freskin character, supposed founder of the Melusine-using Moray clan. He sounds named in honor of Frisians. Wikipedia has an article on him, telling that he was a Fleming. "Freskin appears to be the progenitor of the 'de Moravia' or 'Murray' family who were lords of Duffus in the later 12th century and early 13th century and who rose to become the earls of Sutherland (southern Caithness), although it was not until the 13th century that we can be certain they took the surname de Moravia'."

The Biggar surname (stars in Cauley-star colors) of the Flemings was traced (by me) to Bihar(ia) on the Mures river, the river whose Marot-named Khazars reflect "Moravia" (beside Lusatia) in Czechoslovakia. If there is anything that the Dutch "Jews" might like to hide, it's their roots in Khazar "Jews." But the founders of the United States choose, says me, the Moray stars to decorate their flag. Was that in honor of the Khazars to Moray, or to the Moors to Moray, or to the Freskin line at Moray?

BEHOLD. I couldn't find a Freskin or Fres Coat, but recalling the Frey/Freeze/Fries surname when I was seeking clans that might link to "Freemason," I entered "Freis" (not "Friese") and YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT. NO, YOU WILL BELIEVE IT. Freemason insiders were so utterly devoid of common sense as to call themselves Freemasons just because two clans using the same symbol combine to create, "Freemason." It's utterly shameful that humans would place so much emphasis on surnames as to create secret groups all vying for power under certain bloodline banners.

The Freis Coat is virtually the same as the Massin/Mason Coat! And because Freskin was the founder of Moray, the Massin/Mason Crest uses Melusine, used also in the Moray Crest! That places Freskin square at the root of the Freemason cult. If we're wondering about the meaning of the "Dum" in the "Dum spiro spero" motto of Massins/Masons, it ought to link to the "Deum Time" motto of another Moray-Coat (not shown any longer at houseofnames).

I wrote the above without intending to re-state a previous trace of "Dum spiro spero" to DUMfries, but then I noticed (really almost missed it) the "Fries" ending on that location!!! It's like it's raining Masonic compasses.

The Wikipedia article on Moray's rulers explains that they took Sutherland too, and that's where Mackays were first found. [I spent a lot of time linking Mackays to raven-depicted vikings of northern Scotland, and so see ravens and the "Dum spiro spero" of the Deardan/Durdan Coat (thanks to Tim again!)]. Then consider that the Fresnes surname is said, on one investigative online article, to be a branch of Fertes, of Ferte-Mace, where the Macey and Mackay surnames came from, and you'll realize that Freskin was a Ferte-Mace.

Where Bellamys were Fleming founders, we can assume that Bellamys in Ferte-Mace were Flemish stock, which then predicts correctly the Fleming bloodline of this Freskin, if he was out of Ferte-Mace. Fortriu may even have been named after Freskin's Ferte element. Recall Henry FORD with Hitler (Fords use a greyhound, and owl). JUST CHECKED "Forter" as per "FORTRiu," and there is the Massin/Mason lion, apparently. I checked after writing the above on Henry Ford, and there we see that the Forter clan is properly, "Forder." The Forter/Forder lion is blue on white however, which should explain why German Forts use a white-on-blue lion.

ZOWIE TIM!!! The Forter Crest has a "hawthorne tree." Tim suggested that the Hawthorne surname should link to the "Hauteville" ancestry of the Sicilian Guiscards, and as I showed several times an online painting of the Guiscard brothers with a lattice symbol on the stockings (lower half of the body) of one brother, so see the lattice symbol in the bottom half of the Forter lion!!!

It's crazy, I just have to laugh now, what these buffoons have done to hide their family traces. Can you imagine what mountains of heraldic data some secret societies possess, somewhere very safe, and how much of it they have organized into neat little piles of easy understanding?

Tim proved to be correct. From the 3rd update of April: "And so Tim's recent email should be mentioned when he reminded me of an aging idea he'd had, that while there is no Haute Coat, there is a Hawthorne Coat using the Tancred red-on-white chevron, and cinquefoils in the colors of the Tankerville cinquefoils." I went on to show that Haws/Haughs also use red cinquefoils.

Before I knew all this on the Moray connection to Sutherland, and even before it sank in that Mackays were first in Sutherland, I was able to glean that they ruled at Moray. I can't recall how so, but it's in my writings somewhere. It was the reason that I could trace Ranulph le Meschin more confidently to the Randolphs of Moray. The staggering reality is that God started me on the hunt to uncover Freemason roots, but never in my wildest thoughts did I think that my own mother's Massey bloodline would be the very center of the Masonic compass.

The stone-masonry symbol of Freemasons is the reason that graduating students in America use that BLACK "mortar board" on their heads in graduating ceremonies. But I say that "mortar" is itself code for Moors/Mauritanians.

Oh yes. See the MacEth root of the Mackays, and then read from Wikipedia: "Malcolm MacHeth, who rebelled against David I, but was later made Earl of Ross may have been related to the old rulers of Moray, as may also have been the mysterious Wimund. Later MacHeth claimants to Moray were unsuccessful."

Here it's interesting that the Welsh Bath surname, traced to the Randolph Coat of Moray, is said to be derived in "ab-Atha." One gets the impression that the Baths were the Eth root of the Scottish Mackays, meaning that the Maceys must have been in Wales first. Indeed, they were in Cheshire, on the Welsh border, and Hugh D'Avrances (Cheshire) was installed as the protector of England against Welsh forces. Somehow in that ruckus, the Atha/Bath surname could have merged with Maceys/Mascys of Dunham Mascy. Bear in mind that the English Randolph Coat is identical to the Dunham Coat, and that Obama comes from both surnames, and that if he's the false Prophet, he's predicted to sign on with Baathist causes in Iraq.

But who were the Athas or Heths? Bear in mind that it this if Baths/Athas=Heths is a correct formula, it jibes with my expectation, derived from other means, that Masseys will be front-and-center in the anti-Christ cult. Can it be said, as some say, that MacHeths were MacBeths? That certainly jibes with "ab-Atha" versus "Bath." When we enter "Heth," the Sinclair cock/rooster pops up.

The "Espere" motto term once again is Speer-like. But the Heath variation of the Heths brings to mind the pheasant-like heathcock, which is used by the English Myndes/Mounds/Munds surname, first in Shropshire. The latter also uses bees, suggesting the Meschin migration from the Bessin (bees) to Shropshire. Finally, we realize that the Heths/Heaths were the Keaths and Seatons of Lothian, where Sinclairs lived. As we read in Wikipedia's Freskin article that Flemings concentrated in Lothian, so we know that Seatons were Flemings, which implies that Keaths and Heths were too. That is, they were of the Bellamy>Ferte-Mace line to Maceys...and Mackays. That's a nice little neat pile if I do say so myself.

I'm not saying that MacEths/Heths and Baths were Maceys proper, but from that bloodline. I say that Eths/Heths were from "Hesse," because that is where I trace Keaths and Cheshire's namers. If it's true that the Heths were from "Hugh," then I would trace Hugh D'Avrances to the Heths and therefore to Baathist founders (that's how sure I am that the Bath surname in Wales was foundational to the Baath party way over in Syria. Globalists get around). The Hugh surname (BLACK lion) was also first found in southern Wales, in CARmarthen, a possible Carthage location. I've traced the Welsh capital itself, Cardiff (named in-part after the Taff river), to Carthaginians because the Cardiff-surname Coat uses Moor heads. The Hugh motto suggests honor for the Cimmerian (some say, Gomerian) ancestry of the Welsh, and this could trace to north-African Gorgons.

The white-on-blue of the Mackay Coat is the white-on-blue of Andrew's Cross probably due to the Ross associations of the Mackays. It's know that the Ross clan had ancestry in an Andrew character:

By a second line of thought, Aed [or MacHeth] would not be identified as the earl of Moray but rather as an otherwise unknown earl of Ross. This argument would thus separate the MacHeth claims from descent from the Moray dynasty, but would regard them instead as agitating for the restoration of the earldom of Ross. Whichever view is correct, one thing seems certain: MacHeth enjoyed a high status in contemporary society. This is most evident from the matrimonial alliance he forged: he married a sister of Somerled, the king of Argyll and the Isles, probably before 1130, proving his standing in society.

Therein is a Mackay link to Bute, which Somerled passed to Rory. And for all I know, the blue-on-white Rory-of-Bute lion may have come from the Cheshire Masseys, and if so, it begins to look like the Macclesfield lion. Remember, the Macclesfield symbol is a white-on-red saltire (engrailed), the Randolph-of-Moray symbol.

That was the end of this page a few days ago. Thought you'd never get here? It's kind of like the wall at the end of the universe; there has to be something else on the other side of the wall.

Yes, there is. I can now add some more surnames using "Dum spiro spero," one being the Gahan/Gaghan surname which Tim curiously found under a Gaumer spelling. It evokes the Gogi and Gomerians together. The hook=Gog theory really comes out in this Coat, not just for the standard bent arm in the Crest, but for what I now realize are bent fish. Or, it's fish the way we'd see them when on our fishing rod hook. The Bavarian Gammers use the white-on-red same colors, and that white-on-red fleur-de-lys used by the Bavarian Goders. When entering "Kimmer" as per the Hugh motto term, "Kymmer," the Gammer Coat comes up. Truth or coincidences?

Recalling that Goders were of the Norwegian-Halland topic, which topic had a rounded-tail lion, see the same lion in yet another "Dum spiro spero" clan, the Casements/Casmens (first found in GlaMORgan). It's a Flemish clan giving the impression of Keith-Catti blood. It shows the green Gilmore-and-Stevenson garland (the ceph=head symbol), and the Moratin tower in Chief with two elephant heads. I recall that an elephant is used by Mascalls, while entering "Maskall" brings up the Keith Coat with Chief in the colors of the Casement Chief. As Keiths were Catti, so "CASmen" seems to imply. If I'm not mistaken, the Catti were founders of Cassel at Hesse, and if the Moratin tower be considered also a castle, then perhaps the Cassel location was/is a chief center of the Moratin=Mauritanian bloodline. The Casmen Chief even has a castle-evoking border.

Yet, the Casmen write-up traces to "Asmund." That might not be a problem so much as a key. The Osmunds are now suspect as a Catti branch. Checking, I found a dancette, though not like the Cheatle/Chettle dancette the surname of which I trace to the Catti. Still, the number of points on a dancette may be dictated by certain factors.

As I identify the Catti with the pagan grail, so now we must see another "Dum spiro spero" clan, the Dillons. It is very conducive to my MagDALENE-grail theory that Dillons and Dallens/Dalanes both use a red-on-white lion. Dillons "were descended from Logan de Lion...", perhaps suggesting the Logen swan line, keeping in mind that Lohengrin's father was made a grail king. Dallens (crescent) were first found in Leinster, founded by Lug's cult. Therefore, as the one clan is from Ligurians and the other from Lug, they appear related.

As we can see, the Dillon crescents are in the Speer-and-Spree-crescent colors. I therefore think the Magdalene bloodline was more Melusine than from anyone in the circle of Jesus' disciples.

I'm done, though I think that the Sprowestun revelation ought to come tomorrow, as it befit this page. I wish I could tell you not to fear, but the reality is, the world is in the hands of rotten people. You didn't need me to tell you.


Julie's follow-up to our John-the-Hussite topic needs to be mentioned. She said that "Hus" was not so much his surname as a nickname, from "Husenic." And because the term was rooted in "goose," I tried for a Gusen surname (trefoils) to find Gosen, Goser, Goses, Gossen, Gossens, Gossel, Gosser, Gosset, and Kossen variations, very much smacking of Gos and Kos. If you recall an idea coming to mind that Hussites sounded like Hessians, then know too that the Gosen clan here was first found in Hesse(n). In this picture, The Hussites may have been Hesse-ites but then taken on hus=goose symbol.

Gusens are in English Gos(s) colors, and because I expect Hessians in Cheshire, so a Goz/Gos line in Cheshire produced Ranulph le Meschin. In this picture, he was not only a Nordic Sinclair, but a Hessian. Indeed, as Sinclairs were in Lothian, so the Keith-Catti (from Hesse) were in that location. Again, Musselburg near the Keiths smacks of the Masculine variation of Meschins.

The Gos(s) Coat uses red-on-white stars, the Kyle and Cauley symbols too.

It can be gleaned from their Jose variation that they may have been the Hoses too, who show a Hus-using variations, and three bent legs much like the Foetes legs. That makes more sense where the German Gos/Goz surname (half the Macey/Mackay Shield and Moray-colored stars) was first found in Bavaria (noting that Bavaria uses Moray-star colors). The Husabie variation of the Hoses/Huses suggests the Huckabees, who use multiple blue chevrons evoking the same of the Huck clan with owl...if that helps to trace all these surnames to the Kos owl cult. The Huck surname is the one said to derive in "hoc" = hook.

Hucks were first in Yorkshire, a Gorgon-laden region from the Biblical dragon cult, Leda=Ladon. Possibly, "Kos" was a Gog-like term at one time. The German Hoss'/Hausers are in colors reversed to Hucks and Huckabees. As you can imagine, the Hauzers could have become Gauzer like, evoking the Goders of Bavaria!! Yes, for the latter use the same fleur-de-lys as the Hoss/Hausers. And French Goders use white-on-blue, the colors of the Hoses'/Hausers. I can therefore claim error in a Goder trace to Goths, and should instead trace to Goz and/or Kos elements...unless Goths were named ultimately after Kos.

"Cosell" then came to mind, and they too were first found in Bavaria, using a Cassel variation even. The use a white-on-blue castle, very evocative of the McLeod (and Innes-of-Moray) castle, is important where McLeods (red flags) have already been traced to Edomites. In this list of McLeod septs, note the Cas-using clans, and the Herods. In fact, there are As/Cas/Gas/Kas-using surnames all reflecting "Haskel," clearly showing that the kettle-hat clans (including AsKETILL/Haskels) were strongly in the McLeod fold. I now (after writing that) see that the Williams are a Mcleod sept, excellent because emailer Patterson showed that they were directly from KETELborns. AMAZING. I QUOTE HER: "The FitzWilliam's were from FitzGoderic. FitzGoderic from Ketelborn."

There we now have, thanks to Julie's contribution so well timed with Patterson's, a mystery solved, that Goderics were the Kos-related Goders and therefore Kos-cult Edomites. It's so very spectacular that both Julie and Patterson have been interested in tracing Edomites, yet neither may have realized that their separate topics were on Edomites.

Julie's specialty has long been the Herodians, and as unlikely as it may sound to link them to the Hurl/Herod/Harold clan, I think it's true. As I've shown, the Hurl/Herod surname uses a "hawk's lure," and not only do we find the Hurls-et-al and Herods as Mcleod septs, but also the Lures...who use A domed tower flying a flag. Why a dome, so much like "Edom"? Is this a Tuareg-related tower? And what is the flag code for?

It was Tim who initially got me on the Edomite traces. Prior to that, I wasn't interested. I didn't think Edomites could be traced to surnames, and I didn't care, anyway. I didn't think that Edomites could be part of the Gog-Rus entity that I was interested in, even though both Edomites and Rus were expected to use red. And so we see that contributions on this page are from three Edom-interested people whose contributions were not, in their minds, Edomite ones in particular. It just turned out to be that way.

I now fully understand why Edomites and Rus go hand in hand, as per the Rus nature of Edomite Horites. I wasn't interested in Horus either at one time, not related Egyptian entities because I was stuck on a Rus track. Then I realized that "Horus" was a "Hros" entity, and that latter term was the very one to which I had traced the Rus. Later, I realized that Horus developed from the Horites. And that easily explains why we find Edomites among the Nordic Goderics and Hall(and)s.

My project was to find the Ladon dragon's tracks, and even though Lotan the Horite was a suspect from an early period, I wasn't interested in Edomites, who technically were not Horites. There is yet a question as to whether Lotan elements named Lothian, but the more we find Edomite suspects in Lothian, the more we can believe it. The prediction is that more of the Germanic/Nordic peoples than we think were from peoples honoring their Edomite past. These came into direct conflict with Christianity for obvious reasons having to do with God hating Esau. Edomites became the pagans, the satanists, the rulers by brute force on the fuel of their arrogance. They weren't interested in God's plan for Israel. They were going to set themselves up. End times globalism might even be viewed as the Edomite Community.

The trace of Hallands to Leda and Helen traces back to the Horus cult, for Leda was Leto, and she in-turn was the Roman Latona. It's known that the Uat-Buto cult out of the Nile, which cult was fused with Horus, led to Latona. It can therefore be gleaned that Helen's husband, MeneLAUS, depicted the same Lazi bloodline (from Lazona), as Leda. Follow that mythical family to Lusatia, and it gets us from the Sprees there (and no doubt many other Lusatian clans) to the Freemasons and Templars, and finally to the anti-Christ's implosion of the world.

As Horus was depicted with the falcon, the falcon-depicted Fulks are suspect. And so the topic now turns to Sprowston, a location in Norflok, the region where the Anjou Fulks (using the Shakespeare spear) were first found (that Coat will not come up when entering "Fulk, and we do wonder why). Note that the particular Anjou Fulk traced to is Fulk Nera, the BLACK. Tim had sent in an article detailing that man's evil contributions to this world.

Remember too that the hour-glass shape (way above) was used between the same falcon wings that are symbol for German Fulks, for the hourglass symbol pertained to the Glass surname and to Glasgow...a city in Renfrewshire where Speers were first found. Let me repeat what was said:

Entering "Hus" brings up the Huston/Houston/Cuiston surname (in Moray-colored checks) using an hourglass in Crest and an "In time" motto that I linked to a similar one ("Deum time," a possible Edom code) in a Moray Crest (latter Coat no longer shown). This is very Hussite-conspicuous because Moray is also called, Moravia.

The Hus' were first found in Renfrewshire (!!), and I know that the hourglass is code for Glasgow (in Renfrewshire), and so we turn to the Glass surname (stars in Kyle-star and Cauley-star colors), first found in Buteshire (off the coast from the Renfrewshire theater), using Melusine in Crest (!!!), the same Melusine with mirror (i.e. a piece of glass) in the Moray Crest.

The Freemasonic major players are right there, not forgetting that Melusine and Speers go hand in hand. I had not investigated the Sprowestun location by the time I got to Tim's email suggesting that the "Spro" root of the term might be linked to the Spruce/Sprows surname. There wasn't much to glean from that Coat, but it was right then-and-there that I found time to check out Sprowestun. As usual I go to Wikipedia articles (I like their massive link system), and LO (to use a Shakespearean term), the Sprowestun town sign is split vertically down the middle, with white on the left and black on the right, and a white bird on the black side...ALL JUST LIKE THE SPRUCE/SPROWS COAT!

Under my green magnifying glass, the Sprows birds look like doves, though falcons are possible. I spy that even the birds are half white, half black, i.e. same with the Shield. Coat. This means that a certain bloodline is expected to be fond of half-white-half-black symbolism. The Cauleys happen to use a quartered Shield in those colors.

The "Spowston" spelling on the town sign suggests that I was wrong in reading it, "Spro-Westun." And with the Sprows variation of the surname, we realize that the term should be understood as Sprows-ton. Thus, the Dutch Sprows/Spruces were linked to Sprowston of NorFOLK.

We then go back to the write-up of Scottish Weirs/Veres (Moray stars): "Aubri de Vere...was the ancestor of the Earls of Oxford...a branch of the family moved northward in 1069 and settled in the lowlands of Scotland at Sprowestun, in Roxburghshire." Roxburghshire is not Norfolk, but as we find Fulks of Anjou near Sprowston of Norfolk, and because Veres were of Anjou somehow, or because I found the Anjou Veres above to be the Speer bloodline, we can be sure that Sprowestun and Sprowston are related locations. The implication (yet to be proven, however), is that the names of these localities was after the Speer bloodline.

The next thing done after seeing the Sprowston town sign was to enter "Sparrow" as per an old (unproven but suspected) trace to Speers. It was gratifying to find that Sparrows (unicorn, red roses) were first in Norfolk! Next, I entered "Spar" (Vere colors) as per an old link to Speers, and there was a red stag. I don't recall whether I traced it to the red antler in the Arms of Spree-Neisse (Lusatia), but there we have the proof that Sprees and Speers were one and from the Spree river, especially as the Spars were firstly found in...Norfolk! There's even a Sparham in Norfolk very near to Sprowston.

To that we can add that the red ox in the Arms of Oxford is likely the red bull in the Arms of Lower Lusatia. It was just yesterday that I got to the Casement/Casmen Coat using both elephants and a "Dum spiro spero" motto (Case(y) clans could be related). The Arms of Oxford uses an elephant too, you see, and because Veres were Spree-related, it's a good bet that the Oxford elephant is also the Casmen (and Mascall) elephant. We would like to know whose blue lion is in the Arms-of-Oxford Crest:

...a black [Africa?] elephant representing Sir Francis Knollys, High Steward of the City, Lord Lieutenant, and MP for the County

Right: a green beaver representing Henry Norreys of Rycote, Captain of the City Militia and MP for the County

The leopard on top, which is dotted with blue fleurs de lys, was a unique crest granted to the city by [the Stewart] Queen Elizabeth I [evokes blue lion = blue blood]. It wears the royal crown...

Okay, it's a blue leopard because the Arms of England were a take on the Arms of Normandy, using leopards officially. One webpage: "'Leopards' are lions walking [on all fours] and full-faced; 'lions' are sidefaced and rampant [on back legs]."

It doesn't tell who the Oxford leopard belonged to, however, though entering "Knollys" brings up a Yorkshire clan, where the blue lion is easily found. You can see an elephant in the Knollys Crest, and by now you may know that I trace the elephant tentatively to "Eliphas," Biblical son of Esau...who mixed blood maritally with Lotan's Horites.

The Arms of the Oxford University uses "Dominus," same term in the Arms of Edinburgh (Lothian) that's suspect as code for "Edom." The Oxford motto has a "Dominus illuminatio" phrase to boot. Hmm, in seeking the Oxford lion (please permit that technical error, as I think the use of "leopard" only confuses) there was found an important quote:
The furs known to heraldry are now many, but originally they were only two, "ermine" and "vair."

...The other variety of fur is "vair." This originated from the fur of a kind of squirrel (the ver or vair, differently spelt; Latin varus) [the page shows early vair pattern used by Ferrers, an obvious clue as to what vair referred to]...

The familiar fairy tale of Cinderella was brought to us from the French, and the slippers made of this costly fur, written, probably, verre for vaire, were erroneously translated "glass" slippers. This was, of course, an impossible material, but the error has always been repeated in the nursery tale-books. "

...The arms of the Ferrers family at a later date are found to be: Gules [red], seven mascles conjoined or [gold], in which form they are still borne by Ferrers of Baddesley Clinton; but whether the mascles are corruptions of the horseshoes, or whether (as seems infinitely more probable) they are merely a corrupted form of the vaire...

... Vair is always blue and white...

The Pappenheim kettle hats are blue and white too. But then the Haskel "vair" is not blue and white. The page has early vair looking like horseshoes (the Ferrers symbol). If one wonders how vair got to be a fur, I'd guess due to "fur" similarity with "Ver". Ferrers in Cheshire received titles from Hugh D'Avranches, which should somehow explain why mascles and vair are conflated above. We do see the similarity between "mascle" (hollow diamond) and the elephant-using Mascalls. The Mascle elephant is the same color as the Nollys elephant, said to be silver (i.e. not black).

I don't know why the Oxford green beaver belongs to Noreys. English Noreys (red roses, like the Sparrows of Norfolk) use ravens and a "Feythfully" motto term, smacking of the raven-depicted vikings to Fay-infested, blue-lion Bute. The Feyth(ful) surname (in Norey colors) was first found in Norfolk, using a Sinclair-smacking cross.

The following is amazing. The paragraph below was inserted into the Arms-of-Oxford paragraph a ways above, and then it was snipped out and removed down here because it deserves its own spot. The following paragraph had been originally written IMMEDIATELY before the inquiry: "We would like to know whose blue lion is in the Arms-of-Oxford Crest." I had no idea then that it belonged to the Ford topic in the paragraph below.

The Oxford Arms also shows a "Fortis" motto term, evoking the idea that "OxFORD" was a location of the Ford bloodline. The Ford-Coat owl is in the same design as the blue-colored owl in the blue Huck Coat.

I had to go way up on this page to find the spellings of the Ford-like surnames mentioned in relation to the Fortriu topic, to check whether they showed links to Oxford. And here's what I had written:

JUST CHECKED "Forter" as per "FORTRiu," and there is the [blue] Massin/Mason lion, apparently [it can also be the Bruce and/or Bute and/or Macclesfield lion]. I checked after writing the above on Henry Ford, and there we see that the Forter clan is properly, "Forder." The Forter/Forder lion is blue on white however, which should explain why German Forts use a white-on-blue lion.

MORE! I had incorrectly entered "Forden" (Illuminati checks) when seeking that Fortriu-like surname, and after quoting the above I happened to check "Verdin for possible Forden links, and there was a "fret" (in Vere colors), with a mascle at the center, and then the write-up tends to link to mascle-using Ferrers on account of Verdin links to Avranches: "First found in Buckinghamshire where they were descended from Bertram de Verdun, a Norman baronial name from Verdun, near Avranches in Normandy...In 1095 he served as Sheriff of York." " The Verdins/Verdons (Ver-ton?) may therefore have been from Ver(e), the Normandy home of Veres in Manche.

The "Fret" may have been yet another "fur," of the ferrat, for as it's known that ermine fur was of Brittany, so the Ferrat surname was first found in Brittany. The Ferrat Coat is the Fer Coat using nothing but checks in vair-proper blue and white. There's a good chance that fret-using clans included the Ferrers. Chances are also good that Massins/Mason use a blue-on-gold lion as colors reversed to the Ferrari lion. As per my trace of Veres (and possibly "Avrances") to the Abreu surname, I'll add that Abreus use horseshoes too, an iron-craft symbol that can be expected in all Fer-like clans.

Back to the Sprowston topic. After seeing that both Sparrows and Spars were first found in Norfolk, and seeing strong evidence in the red Spar stag that this was a Spree-river bloodline, I was convinced that Sparrows were likewise of the Spree bloodline. This should be important for the many sparrow-using Coats, but also due to "Sparrow" and "Spar" reflecting "Speer" well. There is the question of whether so-called "footless martins" (Fords use it) are also sparrows. The SPROwston location so close to Sparham may be where Sprees introduced their Speer-like variations.

After seeing the Spar Coat, next up was "Spurr (garbs), but then the idea hit me that Saffers, whom I had mentioned often, could be Speers. And there in the Saffer/Savary Coat were unicorns, the Sparrow symbol, as well as vair! If that's not enough, Saffers were first/found in Devon, where the Spurrs were first found, and though I wasn't going to tell you that the Spurr Shield evoked the Save Shield, I now must because I had traced Saves to the Sava/Save river, but had linked the Saffers/Savarys there too!

This tends to identify the Sava-river clans with Spree-river clans, but moreover predicts Sabine roots for the Sprees, and indeed I once found an article tracing Sabines to Spartans, where I now trace the Sprees/Speers. Entering "Sabina" gets Savard/Savary/Savarit but also Sabard/Sabart/etc.

Entering "Sabine" (after writing the above) gets a clan FIRST IN NORFOLK WOW! Italian Savonas use three white birds, the design of which has been called by multiple names, finches, canaries, robins, and just plain "birds." But don't they look like sparrows too? Might the three white birds in the Sprows Coat be related (since after all the Sprows were founders of Sprowston of NORFOLK)?

AND the Sabine Crest uses A RED BULL in the same position as the Oxford bull!! But as the red bull is also a Lusatian symbol, so a Spree-Sabine equation now makes sense, and moreover the red-on-white scallop in the Sabine Coat are the Spree colors.

THAT'S NOT ALL (skimmers harken, don't be cheesies, or your brain will be air), for I recall by-heart that the Savone/Saffin surname is in Spurr white-on-blue, and was first found in Somerset, smack beside the Spurrs (and Saffers/Savarys) in Devon. And when entering "Savona" (with an 'a' at the end), the Sabine Coat above appears.

This Sabine link is no small additional piece to the Speer dragon cult. It's fully logical where the Sprees are traced to Abreus, for the ancient Sabines/Saffini peoples ruled in Abruzzo.

The further revelation is that it was probably correct not to trace Speers to north Africa, but rather to Spartans removing north into southern Italy. The Spree-like Sybaris location in Lucania, known to have founded nearby Laus, is now highly suspect as the MeneLAUS (and Helen) Spartan line to LUSatia/Luzika and the Spree river's naming. In this picture, the Melusine line, inasmuch as it was connected to Speers, likewise does not go to north Africa. But Melusine was also linked to Masseys, and for the sake of the topic below I'll repeat that the Massey-Spartan merger appears to have taken place on Messina.

Now see what happened after entering "Mois" as per the Saffer motto term. We find the Moy/Moyse/Moesen clan, and that suggests a look at the Moyer Coat, which I did, and there was a gold unicorn, the Saffer symbol, indicating that we are right on the Saffer-Spartan track with both the Moys/Mois/Moesens and Moyers. And as though verifying that the latter two are a Massey bloodline from north Africa, the Scottish Moyers use black Moor heads.

The Moyers use Mauritanian-like variations such as: Mauer, Mauermann. It recalls the Moratin tower symbol because the Moyer unicorn is on a tower. BUT, this tower is officially called a "wall," and that's got to be code for a related Wall bloodline (five Wall Coats to chose from).

I don't know what put it into my head to enter "Mission" after reading the Moy/Moyse write-up: "The name was also extended to Mostyn, and became attached to Vychan, Lord of Mostyn." The Mission page, you see, shows a Muston surname, in Moy/Moyse colors, that would not have come up by entering "Mostyn." The Moy-colored Mustons are also Musson, Mussen, Mussin, Musin, Muson, and generally evoke the Meuse-river Masseys (Holland). The Muston-colored Musts/Mousequettes appear to apply here.

After entering "Mission," next up was "Mouse," which was, like the Mustons, first found in Yorkshire.

Next up was the Mostyn spelling above (belonging to the Mois/Moy/Moyse clan), where we read: "...the Welsh settlement of Mostyn in Whitford." I therefore entered "Whitford," to find red garbs but also the patte-style crosses in the Mouse Coat (surname properly Mews/Muse/Mowse). The Whitfield garb has a dove on top, the symbol of the Mois Crest too, tying the whole lot of Mois-like variations back to the Speer-related Saffer Spartans.

It was my impression as of a couple of years ago that these Mouse-like clans under discussion would be part of the anti-Christ system. To now link them to Vere-related Speers just as I'm having every inclination of tracing Speers to the two-lamb (or golden-fleece) line of Menelaus suggests the False Prophet cult...IF God in Revelation 13 used the two lamb-like horns as code for the Menelaus lambs. After all, the Biblical dragon -- the anti-Christ beast also found in Revelation 13 -- had been identified (by me) as the Lazi>Ladon bloodline to Latins>Romans. It's an historical fact that Romans were co-founded by both Latins and Sabines.

The climax came after entering "Whitford," for it evoked the Whitworth clan using "Dum spiro spero" (how BIG that Dum-spiro-spero search of yours turns out to be, Tim). And, so, re-entering the Whitworth Coat, what came up but a red in the Whitford Coat/Crest!!! That instantly clinched the Saffer link to Speers (as suspected just moments earlier). Both the Whitworths and Whitfords use that BLACK diagonal bar that I had linked earlier on this page to Halland-of-Norway lines.

The fact that the Mostyn Coat is also the Tudor-Trevor Coat (BLACK cockatrice) will be useful in a moment. The Trevor surname was traced to the Arms of Traby because both it and Tudors use ostrich feathers. That's why I chose to peg the German Wall surname as the representation of the Mostyn "wall" code, for it used five BLACK ostrich feathers. I think that the 666-like Traby Arms (BLACK bugles] is indication that this bloodline will have something to do with the Revelation-13 "mark of the beast." There are no shortages of dragons in Wales, after all.

Dutch Walls use the Roque/Rockefeller rock, and Swedish Walls use treFOILS, the symbol of the RoqueFEUILs (ancient proto-Rockefellers in Languedoc) and/or the German Trips/Treffs. It's not necessarily a contradiction that I trace the trefoil to both clans. I did trace "Trip" to the "Traby" elements for more reason than similarity of terms. Before stressing Trips (first found in Hamburg, Germany), I traced Trabys from Poland to a Traby-like (more Dreva-like) river in Polabia, in the Hamburg theater. I reasoned that Trabys and Drummonds were one (both from Trabzon=Thermodon), and Drummonds too were first found in Hamburg.

This page is done...unless I find related things that should appear for the serious investigator. That was quite the job. Enjoyed it very much.

Monday May 23

Emailer Patterson wrote in to remind me that one of her mother's sides is a Hill, and suggested that Hills are therefore Halls. She made a good case in just the Moratin tower shown on the Hill Coat!! We might think that Hills should be all over, and yet only one Hill Coat comes Hall and Hull colors, and a BLACK fesse.

The Hill motto, Avancez," smacks of "Avranches." The motto is interpreted as "Advance," the Speer motto!!! Those exclamation marks are for the expected Hall links to Speers. It now suggests to me that Speers were linked to the D'Avrances bloodline, and if I recall correctly, the Vere-Meschin line from Cheshire to Moray (via BLACKwood elements) was from a Ralph character in the D'Avrances fold (someday I should dig that up from my files). Blackwoods use a crescent, but the Black Coat (Kyle and Cauley stars) uses a crescent in Speer-crescent colors.

Speaking of garlands last week as one is used in the Gilmore Crest: the Hill Crest is "A silver tower surmounted with a garland of laurel." Hill=Gil???

The Blackwood crescent is in the color of the Savone crescent, which I say because Savones were linked to the Savary-branch Speers, while the Gilmore Coat motto has a potential Savary code in "PerSEVERanti." Hmm, the other Gilmore motto term, "dibitur," has a "bitur" buried within it, and the Bitur Coat (BLACK cross) uses hearts in the colors of the Lanarkshire hearts, apparently related to the topic at hand because the Blackwood location is in Lanarkshire.

The Blacks are also Blakes, leading to a Blake clan using a Caddel variation because Blakes were at first Caddells. A separate Caddell Coat is in Cassel colors, potentially defining Caddells as Catti of Hesse-Cassel. These Blakes/Caddells use a fret, which I define as a saltire cross with mascle at the center, wherefore note the mascle at the center of the Blackwood Coat. Then, English Blakes use a "BLACK pale" and a "dragon's heade PALLETee."

It recalls the pale (under fitchee crosses) used by the Creeks/Crichs, who were linked to Carricks, very relevant because I traced the Vere-Meschin line among Blackwoods to Thomas, earl of Moray, thought by historians to be from the Carricks...first found in Ayrshire where Blackwoods were first found. And Gilmores were also first found in Ayrshire.

Now, for further support of Gil(more)=Hill, the Hill write-up: "First found in Worcestershire, where one line is descended from the De Montes of CastleMORton [caps mine] in Worcestershire. The manor of Hillend in Castlemorton, Worcester was likely built on land held by Odo de Monte, or Hill, in 1238-9...Other early records of the name include GILbert [caps mine] del Hill, listed in the Pipe Rolls for Norfolk in 1191... Put that MORTON castle next to the MORATIN tower (on the Hill Coat), and we have a Hill trace to the tower symbol that has been tentatively defined as a Tuareg tower to the Halland Norwegians (and no doubt to other Thor entities, perhaps even to the heart-using Swedish Thor surname). Then compare "Hillend" in the quote above "Halland."

There is a Hillend Coat ("annulets" in Chief) showing a Holland and Hool variation. It uses two lions facing one another (found also in the Spanish Gil Coat), but with a tower between them tending to prove that Hillends were indeed a Hill branch. ZOWIE, just realized that while the Hillend tower is also the Abreu tower, the two Spanish Gil lions are very comparable to the Abreu lions!

As it was predicted at the outset of the Hill topic above that Hills should be of Blackwood elements, so the Hillend crescents are in Blackwood-crescent colors.

The Hillend write-up shows an early "attehill" term, said to mean, "at the hill," but if that sounds corny, perhaps Catti-Hill may do better. Or even Atha-Hill, where the Atha surname is the Welsh Bath surname. As I trace Athas/Baths to the Bitur surname (that co-founded the Baathist party, it could explain why Gilmores use a bitur term buried in their motto.

While the Moratin tower is on a Spanish Coat, Scottish Mortons were first in Cheshire. The assumed link between Hills (of CastleMorton) and Blackwoods assumes further that Hills were linked to the Meschin-Vere line out of Cheshire (the one that went to the Blackwoods). The BLACK buckles of the Mortons should be code for the BLACK-Shielded Buckles/Buckleys of Cheshire, styled at one point as "Bulkeleys-of-Mascy."

Obama is in Britain. The first article I got to this Monday morning, May 23, said: "...Irish deputy prime minister Eamon Gilmore and his wife Carol Hanney..."

Then I went out to lunch, etc., and got back on to investigate the Buckley Coat. Recalling that I had suggested links to the near-identical Hull Coat, but also reflecting the Hull-Like Hall Coat, I saw in the write-up: "The name could also have been construed from 'bucc' meaning a buck or deer; or from the Welsh 'bwlch y clai,' meaning clay hole." That looked like a twisted reality that I come across at times in surname definitions -- both erroneous and yet having a reality within the stated definition. Figuring that this "clay hole" definition indicated links to the Hole clan, I entered "Hole" to find the Hall Coat.

I didn't place an exclamation mark there because I wanted to save it for the Clay surname (BLACK trefoils, Kyle colors), first found in Lincolnshire, where the Halls were first found. I didn't place two exclamation marks there because I wanted to save them for the Cauley buckles. I didn't place three exclamation marks there because "Clay" sure is a Kyle- and Cauley-like surname!!!! Don't you just love quatremarks.

Next, I took another email from emailer Patterson sharing the Mortaine article at Wikipedia: "Mortain is a commune in the Manche department in Normandy in north-western France." Manche, where the Masseys were first found, explaining why Mortaines, who are the same as Mortons above, appear Buckeley-of-Mascy related. Mortons/Mortaines use...buckles!!!!! Cinquemarks are especially rare. Emailer Patterson wrote:

...Now, I also had sent you the last surname, Martin, my father's maternal surname and I feel it makes the same linkage as Hill does:

Okay, investigation of the Bruges/Bruce family, and this caught my eye: "In this system of government, each castle was governed by a castellan (a sheriff) responsible to the territorial lord, just as the Bruce family had been responsible to the Count of Mortain..."

Noticed right off "Mortain" and of course, couldn't help by think of my father's maternal line, Martin...

For the record, "The arms of Mortain...arms borrowed from Evreux-Navarre family, former counts of Mortain and kings of Navarre." (article above). This recalls Novara (Laevi Gauls) on the Po, where also the Abreu surname was first found that I trace to Evreux.

It should be suspected that "gules", the heraldic term for the red color, is code for an important and relevant bloodline of Edomites and Rus, and yet the term is suspect also for the Gauls. The Arms of Mortain use "a bend compony argent and gules" (a "bend" is a diagonal bar). A quick check just now finds no Gule(s) surname but does find English Guilles/Kules using the same Shield as the Moans (they use a red "bend"!) that were part of the Mound-surname topic. I say that because the Dutch Gull/Gol(en) Coat uses a footless martin on a "mound." It recalls the Galli transvestites that were the Maenad-depicted Maeonians.

But why a "compony bend"? It caused a check of the Campen Coats, both of which use red, one using a red "square," a symbol that will pop up again shortly below in a Whales/Whaills clan, conspicuous because I (and I think others too) trace "Wales" to "Gaul." The Campen Coat with a square is properly the Champagne clan, and it uses a Shield filled with KETTLE hats (or vair) in the same colors as the A(n)sKETILLs/Haskels. Recall that I had traced ChamPAGNE to the Payne and Payen bloodlines from Balso D-Espaines (MalaHULE's grandson), whose brother is shown as AnsCHETILE and whose son was AnCITEL. In this picture, heraldic "gules" could have been the same entity as the "hule" in "Malahule," and while I've suspected that to be a Hall(and) entity, perhaps it's also a Gaul term at it's roots. The Laevi Gauls come forcefully to mind.

German Campens (first in WestPHALIA, works well into the Phelan/Whelan topic below) use a white-on-red 'M'-like fesse vivre., the colors of the "compony bend" of the Mortaines...from Navarre roots. These pictures of the Campens/Camps evoke the fundamental Campbell links to Halls.

ZOWIE, I now recall the "Champagne" trace to "Campania" (Italy) (because there's an Avallon near one and an Avellino near the other), where not only ABELLinus (same as Avellino) was located, but where Benevento sits...that was once MALAvento." I don't think that's all coincidence. I think "Malahule" was a Malavento line from Campania to the Campen>Champagne elements of the Templars, for it's quite obvious that Campens were a Ketelborn line, not forgetting from emailer Patterson's work that the Williams, who use the Campbell Coat, were descended from Ketelborns, and that the Williams clan gave birth to Halls. Suddenly, the theory that Malahule elements comes from Mala-like peoples in north-Africa has some teeth as far down as southern Italy.

Emailer Patterson (who attempts to trace Rh negative blood, and currently traces it to north-Africa), might like to be reminded that Parkinson's Disease has been traced by modern researchers to Campania. The Kilpatrick surname was introduced into my topics from a man who had Parkinson's, and my own father has it. My Abreu-surnamed friend informed me that her late father also had the disease, but that her mother with Rebel-like surname (using Masci wings) also has it.

As I'm now on the Martin topic, I should mention the Marsi Italians of the Abreu theater, and that they were mythical Mars, the special mate of the Aphrodite sex-pot cult (malfunctioning genes could be rooted in diseases passed on by sinful sex practices). Mythical Mars was ancestral to the Romans, but as such Mars was paired with a mythical wolf-line (i.e. Romulus) that was the other side of the Romans. I traced that wolf cult to the Hirpini (= "wolf peoples"), who lived at Avellino. The latter location was clearly the Leto>Apollo line, which in Greek myth was symbolized with the wolf. But the Leto>Apollo line was the same as Leda>Pollux, wherefore keep it in mind as I go on with what I think was the Leda>Helen line to Halls and Hills.

Recalling the Hillends/Hollands (using the Moratin castle) of CastleMortan, see the castle in the French Martin Coat; it's the same castle exactly as the Cassell/Cosell Coat (Bavaria). That jibes with the theory above that the Hillend's "attehill" variation was from "Catti-Hill." That evokes the Cahills/Kahils/Cails using the Kyle Crest. AFTER writing that, I saw the Cahill write-up: "Cahill is derived from the Old Irish 'catu-ualos' which means valor or powerful in battle'." Never mind valor and blah-blah, but think Catti-Hall and Catti-Hill. The Cahill whale is likely code for a Hall branch, and Whelans are in Cahill colors.

That opens a door to a Hall=Wall theory, and so I've got add that while Dutch Walls use the Roque/Rockefeller rock (the black lines in both the Rocque and Wall rocks are identical even though the rocks are not the same width), the Whelans/FAILins (in Roque/RockeFELLER-rock colors) were traced to the Valais/Valois and Fallais/Fallis clans. Apparently, Walls (and therefore possibly Halls and/or Hills) were the same as the "Feller" ending, known to be from "(Roque)Feuil." The Rocque/Rockefeller-colored Fallis/Faillon Coats use treFOILS; we get it. The Scottish Fells use the same colors AND the definition of the name is said to be, cleverly, "wild hill." Emailer Patterson should think it's pretty wild, anyway.

The Halens are also in Rockefeller colors, BUT the term brings up the blue-on-white Hallam/Halland lion. Now I'm starting to understand that Rockefellers are from the Hall bloodline.

German Walls use a BLACK "pale" (= vertical bar) again, and were first found in Baden, important where the Whales/Whaills use the same symbol as the Arms of Baden (and a "BLACK square").

I would suggest that Halls and Hulls came first in honor of Helen=Alan elements, and that corruptions of these surnames gave Whale- and Wall-like variations, but also Vall- and Fall/Phal-like variations. Amazingly, while writing this paragraph as an insert, I wondered whether Phal terms shouldn't have become "Pale," but didn't realize that the heraldic pale symbol of the Walls was just in the paragraph above.

As with Halams/Hallands/Halens (drops), Pales were first found in Yorkshire, and they use a camel in Crest, same as Irish Pattersons; the latter likewise use drops on their BLACK-on-white lion (not to mention PELicans). "Palin" comes to mind, listed (but not shown) with BLACK-on-white-lion Pawleys/Pavellis. The write-up mentions a Palling location, and that leads to the Palling clan, showing no Coat but showing Powlin, Pallin, Paylin, and Pawlin variations (to mention a few). There are two, even three, surnames of this clan thinking of running the United States, for the Paul Coat uses a Patterson-like motto.

Does all this mean that I was incorrect to trace Pale-like surnames to Poland? Should I have traced instead to Helen elements? Yes and no, for I traced mythical Pollux to the Polski=Poles, and he was brother of Helen. Their mother, Leda, was apparently the Lada goddess of Lithuania, on Poland's north side.

I do recall finding evidence that Martins were Mortaines/Mortons, and then linking all to Myrddin=Merlin (= depiction of CarMARTHEN) and to his symbol, the martin (the Blakes use martins, footless). I tend to link Merlin's witch cult in south Wales with MORgans, but also to the Mertons/Murtons, the write-up of which links to locations called, Martin.

As per the Gil link to Hills made above, so we find Irish Gilmartins/Kilmartins (in French-Martin and Merton/Merton colors), suggesting that the Hill surname, if it is indeed a Gil branch, links to the many Kil prefixes on Irish names. That recalls the Halybes-related Childs that I linked to Khaldi>Celt elements.


That is, could it mean that mythical Helen and Hellen depicted the Khaldi? Or was I wrong to trace the Childs to Khaldi? The natural question: did Alan Sarmations (hmm, SARAH Palin) have a Khaldi branch (for I trace the Helen/Hellen>Hall line back to Alan Sarmations)? The first thing to pop into my head at that question was the Alan-like Alda surname that smacks also of a 'K'-less "Khaldi, only to realize a second later that there was an Alan Alda playing in MASH. And look, the Scottish Alda page shows an Auld(e) variation smacking of the Halls/Aules.

Just checked Haltons to find that they use the Irish Wall/Wayle lion and a split Shield in the colors of the Hail/Hayle/Hale split Shield. [Insert: it was a couple of days later when I realized that the Italian Alda Shield is split in the very same colors!] The Wall/Wayle lion is used also by German Martins. If you're thinking that Haltons should be understood as Hall-tons, rather than Halts, see the Halts/Holts, first found in Lancashire as with the Haltons. The Halts/Holts use a squirrel, symbol also of the Square/Squire clan accessed as per the "square" symbol of the Whales/Whaills.

It's conspicuous that entering "Mash" brings up a Martin-like Marsh surname using the same sun (same colors) as the French Martins (the sun in same colors is shared by the Hesse surname).

Hmm, a Kill/Keele surname (BLACK crescent) was first in Lincolnshire, where same-colored Halls and same-colored Clays were first found. And the Kill/Keele Shield (in Kilpatrick colors) is also the English Cauley/Auley Shield...the surname using "Callide" (!!!)...that I suggested was code for Khaldi elements of the Polish KOLODziej dynasty.

There's evidence that Gilmartins were Kills/Keels, where both Gilmartins and Cahills/Kahils use a "Domino" motto term. This suggests that Cahills (= Kyle branch) and Kills/Keeles were the same clan. The world of surnames is becoming much smaller.

In her email, emailer Patterson/Hall/Hill/Martin also said: "Just read the [May 23-29] update and you made the link that I was thinking--Hills were descended from Tuareg/Berber Amazons and interbred with Gorgons/Vikings." I'd like to clarify that the Moratin castle of the Hills may have been acquired by marriage into the Mortan/Mortain bloodline, yes, but does not necessarily mean that Hills in themselves trace to south Africa.

I still seek Hall/Hill traces to north-Africa on their own. One argument in support thereof is the Khaldi of Thermodon realms, where Amazons lived that I DO trace to north-African Amazons (with another branch going to Mysia). Problem is, while I know that Helen=Hellespont was exactly in Mysia, I don't know that Helen was in north-west Africa, though at least one myth writer had Helen in Egypt with Menelaus. As I now practically equate Helen with Perseus, note that Perseus was claimed as their own by the Uat/Buto cult of Danaans in the Tanis theater...where Meshwesh Amazons had been.

As Helen figures so prominently here, we should want to know what myth writers named her children. They gave Helen and Menelaus just one child, Hermione. I'm sure that these became the Herminone-branch Germanics, for they worshiped a god called Zio, smacking of mount Sion, a summit on Mount Hermon. We can certainly trace Hermes, the god of Hermon, to Menelaus just because his grandfather, Pelops, was king of Lydians and/or the Lasonii, who should trace to the Las location (at Mani) depicted by MeneLaus.

We read that Hermione was nine years old when Helen was taken by Paris, but as Paris depicted the Muses at Parion, we understand that this particular age allotted to Hermione was just code for the nine mythical Muses. And as Parion was on the Hellespont, so we remember that Helen was identified earlier as the peoples who named the Hellespont. "While [Hermione's] father was fighting the war at Troy, Hermione lived with her Aunt Clytemnestra [= another daughter of Leda) in Mycenae." There we have yet another compulsion to equate Mycenae with Mysians. I have not emphasized Clytemnestra, but I tend to view it as a Caly/Gally/Gaul- and/or a Khaldi/Celt-bloodline code.

While the Galli used serpents entwined around rods -- the symbol of the Hermes caduceus -- I traced Hermes to the Manes cult (out of Mannae, I suspect) that produced the Galli-infested Attis cult at Hattusa. I've taken a stab at "(Clyt)mnestra" as the Manes bloodline, and to that I should add that Herminone Germanics had, for their ancestral god, Mannus. The Mani peninsula comes to mind, but also the Manes>Attis descent to mythical Lydus>Las (i.e. at Mani).

Tacitus, on Tuisto, the father of Mannus: "Some authorities, with the freedom of conjecture permitted by remote antiquity, assert that Tuisto had more numerous descendants and mention more tribal groups such as Marsi, Gambrivii, Suebi, and Vandilii..." I am reminded that the Hellespont was beside Marmara ("the sea of Mars"?). The Vandilii, or Vandals, known to trace to the Veneti, may have had a branch in Bene/MalaVENTO, exactly where we expect the Mars(i) cult that merged with the Avellino wolf line. Marsi (worshiped a snake cult) were in Sabine territory, explaining the Suebi listing above.

I don't yet understand how Helen might trace back to Hermon, or what she may have depicted in the Hermon theater, but would like to know if true. It turns out that myth writers got Hermione to Epirus, on the Adreatic sea opposite Abruzzo/Aprutium (Epirus-like term). I trace "Adriatic" to Atreus, father of Menelaus, suggesting a Helen-line link to the Marsi of Aprutium that later became the Martin link to Halls/Hills. In that picture, the Martin-Halls were from Hellespont and Marmara.

Where myth had Hermes assisting Pelops (= father of Atreus) in his migration from Lydia to Peloponnesia, it simply means that Pelops-rooted Lydians and Hermes elements (i.e. Hermus river, Lydia) were allied in that migration. Hermes was traced by myth writers in particular to ArCADIA, which is conspicuous where the Hermes cult at Hermon was a CADusii lot from the Mannae theater of Armenia. Keep in mind that this line was also CADmus and his Hermon-like wife, Harmonia (she was the Ares>Mars(i) line). I'm trying to point out that the Catti of Hesse and Cassel should have been a chief component of the Helen>Hermione>Herminone Germanics.

It seems overwhelming in my mind now that the Germanic god, Mannus, was Helen's husband from the Mani peninsula. The Germanic Goths and Geats may then trace to TayGETI, the mountain system to which the Mani peninsula belonged. YES, for that can explain (this is new to me this moment) why Tuisto is sometimes traced to the Tay-like Germanic god, Tiu/Tiw (who may have been Ziu/Zio). Note how "Tacitus" (who wrote on Tuisto) smacks of "Tuisto," but then see the similarity between "Tacitus" and "Taygeti." In Wikipedia's Tiw article: "Tiw was equated with Mars in the interpretatio romana." Then, the same article traces Tiw to "Proto-Germanic *Tewaz continues Proto-Indo-European, deywos", by which I mean to point out the older form, Deywos, similar to "Tay." It evokes the Deylamites, whom I identify as one of the two serpents in the caduceus (actually, I identified one serpent as the Gileki/Gels, who were in the Deylamite theater).

The same article: "According to the Prose version of Ragnarok [Scandinavian myth), Tyr [thought to be the same as Tiy) is destined to kill and be killed by Garm, the guard dog of Hel." In this picture, the Scandinavian Hel can trace to Helen's alliance with Lydians/Lasonii on the Taygeti>Mani peninsula. "Garm" smacks of "Herm(es)," but even so, all of this doesn't answer what "Hel(en)" may have traced to in the Hermon theater, aside from a Gileki-Deylamite people. One thing we can do, though, is start to suspect that proto-Helen was of the Gileki/Gels that I say named Cilicia, where the Cadusii-related Cati lived. I did trace the Gileki to "Helios" (like "helix," the shape of the caduceus serpents), and to "Halys" (the river) afterwhich I assume the caduceus-using Galli were named. Cadusia-like Hattusa was on the Halys. We might expect the Gileki (proto-Helens) at/near Kadish on the Orontes river (named by the Yervand Armenians), but in any case, the best I can do (at this time) to identify Sion-related Helen is the Tyrian mythical figure, Cilix.

Although one is at first-glance led to identify the Tyr spelling in the sense of, Tiw'r, where the 'r' is just a suffix, note that mount Hermon was at Tyre/Tyrus, or that the caduceus was a special symbol also of TIRESias, father of Manes-like Manto.

Keeping mind that the mythical shepherd line, Everes>Tiresias>Manto, depicted the so-called "Shepherd Kings" i.e. the Hyksos out of Avaris, and that "Manetho" (who used the "Shepherd King" definition) smacks of "Manto," we then do the Manto trace of others to Mantua in northern Italy. Wikipedia mentions that trace, but also says: "The name [Mantua, the city] derives from the Etruscan god Mantus, of Hades. After being conquered by the Cenomani, a Gallic tribe, the city..." CenoMANI???

"Mantus of Hades" evokes my trace of the Greek Hades to "Cadusia." I don't think that's coincidental in the face of Tiresias being allotted the Hermes caduceus. As we can imagine that "Hades" became "Gades," it smacks of TayGETI at Mani.

The Hill write-up tells that Hills were from the Monte bloodline, which may have been named after any mountain, but then "Mantua" elements also come to mind. A Spanish/Basque Mont(e) Coat uses leaves called "panelas," and Mantua is very near Novara, where the Laevi Gauls were situated. Entering "Panel" brings up the Yorkshire Pagans/Pagnells (tower in Crest) in Payen/Pagan colors, and moreover the Pagans/Pagnells appear to use the symbol of Burgundy, where French Monts were first found. The Paynes/Paines (Speer colors) show a Paynell variation, a broken spear, and a "Malo mori" motto phrase already traced to Malahule and his grandson, Balso D'Espaines. Perhaps "Spain" was named after this bloodline.

Doesn't the Panel bloodline now head the CIA at Obama's direction? Like the Panel/Pagan/Pagnell Coat, the Panetta/Panelli Coat (another mound) shows a red "label" of four.

These terms smack not only of "Poeni"=Phoenicians, but of Agenor, father of Phoenix and grandfather father of Cilix and Cadmus. Add a 'P' to "Agenor," and we have Pagen-ors. This recalls where I could not find the identify of the Greek Paioni, and concluded that they were the Greek Poeni. The Payen/Pagan page even shows Paian, Paien, and Paiona variations. The question is, to what Cilix-like entity in Phoenicia did Cilix belong before he evolved into Cilicians? Answer that, and we may have the root of Helen at Sion/Hermon.

Continuation of this topic in the 4th update of this month


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