Previous Update: Nov. 15- 21

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November 21 - 28, 2011

The Saddock House of Satan
It Took Many Ears to Find the Sadducees
Just when I Tooth the EviDents Couldn't Get More Blatand
The MacDonalds Found in the Pilate Seat with Johnsons as Co-Pilates
American Cree Natives From Farquharson Septs

No sooner did Russia give the go-ahead to move into Syrian waters to protect Assad from a Western plot that:

The United States said [November 22] it would no longer provide data to Russia on conventional weapons and troops in Europe, citing non-compliance by Moscow with a two-decade old treaty that governed the information exchange.

State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland told reporters the United States will cease to observe the provisions of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE).

...The US will now no longer accept Russian inspection of its bases.

Look out for some cold hard steel being thrown around:

Russia will deploy new missiles aimed at U.S. missile defense sites in Europe if Washington goes ahead with the planned shield despite Russia's concerns, President Dmitry Medvedev said Wednesday.

Russia will station missiles in its westernmost Kaliningrad region and other areas if Russia and NATO fail to reach a deal on the U.S.-led missile defense plans, he said in a tough statement that seemed to be aimed at rallying domestic support.

Obama can't be distinguished from George Bush:
"The United States will not alter its plans to deploy a NATO missile defense system in eastern Europe, U.S. officials said Nov. 23, adding the shield was not aimed at Russia."

Didn't Obama pretend that he was going to do away with Bush's missile shield? Did that pretend act have to due with getting elected? Obama then wasted his time by starting friendly relations with Russia, as if that could fool them. Medvedev is claiming that the Unites States won't put anything on paper in the way of assurances that Russia is not threatened. In my opinion, and I'm not a Russian, Obama's missile shield is not for defence against Iranian missiles into Poland and Czechoslovakia. That's absurd.

Here's an update on the Egypt situation if you're interested. The youth are not happy. The military placed in charge of Mubarak's Egypt have just advanced an old Mubarak tool as the new Egyptian leader.

It's really great to hear what world-class politicos really think of Netanyahu, especially when it's told in such an entertaining way:

...Sarkozy, unaware last Thursday that a microphone in the meeting room at the G20 summit at Cannes was on, was heard calling Netanyahu "a liar" in what he thought was a private conversation with Obama. "I cannot bear Netanyahu, he's a liar," Sarkozy told Obama, who was also unaware that the microphone had been turned on and was being monitored by reporters via the headsets used for simultaneous translations.

"You're fed up with him, but I have to deal with him even more often than you," Obama replied, according to wire service reports.

God bless microphones left on.

Here's a twist:

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal announced on [Nov 24] that they have agreed to work as "partners" and said they would open a new page in relations between Fatah and Hamas.

The Israeli government does not like this at all, and has informed the Palestinian Authority that it will lose its tax money when forming a unity government with Hamas.

All in all, after a lull in prophecy-colored news during Obama's first two or three years, we are coming round to the way it was before Obama stretched out his hand. If that hand was not black enough to start with, it's now burnt to a crisp. Or, like one sticking a hand into a pool of piranha...there's not much left of it that anyone would like to shake.

Back now to another week of fun with heraldry. I realize how simpleton of me it may seem to link Pharisees to Pharisee-like terms such as Ferrari and Fraser, but there are other ways to track Israel's chief priests that happen to lead back to Kabeiri metal makers. True, that in itself may only prove that Kabeiri metal makers became the Ferrari metal makers, but when these fabricators link to Eburovices of northern Italy (especially at Brescia), they come near to the Ananes and Laevi who smack of Annas/Annanias and his son, Caiaphas. That's what this is all about.

In my heraldic "science" on this matter, the Insubres are working heavily now into the Israeli priestly line. My first inkling to a priestly link to Insubres was when they were identified as torteaux-using Inces (see last update October). Late in the last update, evidence cropped up to link part of the MacIntosh surname to INsubres. The subre-like septs of MacIntoshes helped to make that link, but then those subre-like terms used "wright," who are said in their own write-up to be metal fabricators linked by blood to the Ferrari-like Faber surname. There's more.

In the last update of October, the "asperis" motto term of the Fergusons was found. By that time, Fergus' (use the Ferrari lion) had been linked rather solidly to Ferraris, and of course the point is that "asperis" smacks of "subre." I then said, "That tends to link Fergusons to the Laevi and Ananes to which Hinks/Hinches were linked..."

I linked Hinks to the Latin/Latoni surname, and the Butteri Latins are especially suspect for several reasons. I had traced Butteri to the Dallas/Dulles surname, and then don't ask me how I missed it, but even though I treated several MacIntosh septs in the last update, I missed their Dallas and Dulles septs. I didn't even see them.

It turned out that Tim had sent in a list of Corbin/Corbett septs along with the MacIntosh septs, and Corbins showed Indaggert septs that could easily be linked to (Mac)Intoshes/Intochs. Therefore, I'll add that I've been suggesting a Corbin/Corbett trace to the so-called "corban" laws of the Israeli chief priests. Perhaps it's coincidental, yet I do think there was sufficient evidence to trace Intaggarts to Insubres, and Insubres to Tortona, of the Laevi theater. Consider not only the elephant of the Corbin/Corbett Crest, but the "pascit" motto term (of Corbins) that could link to the Pascal surname using the "Jewish" Levi lion in Levi-lion black-on-white. If that's not enough, the Levi lion is used in the same colors by Kilpatrick-branch Butteri.

Prior to the traces of the last update, it had been gleaned that "Insubres" was from the idea of Ins-Ebur, or a merger of an Ins entity with the Eburovices of Brescia. Brescia is near Piacenza, one home of the Ananes, you see, and the Annan(dale) surname, easily linked to Brescia elements of the Bruce kind, shows some "Inyan" variations that could link Insubres and Inces to "Ananes."

Subre-like septs were traced (last update) to the Sava river's Leslies / Sforzas. For a long while, I've repeated that the Italian Botter Coat is a bend in colors reversed to the Save and Leslie bends, and that the Botter bend is in the colors of the Chattans. As you can read in the Chattan write-up, MacIntoshes are a branch of Chattans. This greatly helps to link Butteri to Chattans/Chattos and MacIntoshes, just because the latter have Dallas and Dulles septs.

For, as you can see, the Dallas/Dulles/Dolles Coat uses a bend in the colors of Saves and Leslies, and stars in the colors of the Botter lone star. One of my first traces of the Botter lone star was to the Texas surname, and even to the founding of the state of Texas. It had turned out that a person with a Catti-like surname (don't recall the spelling) was involved in research of the natives that named Texas. The natives who are credited with the naming of Texas were the Caddo.

[Insert, on the day after writing above -- Natives in North America are not several thousands of years old. It doesn't take more than a generation to turn a few British farmers or hunters into "savages." when all they have is the wild woods and town-less prairies to abide in. Let me tell you, I've been on a country place for three years and already I'm a savage. Last night I went to bed in a house at 33 degrees F, even though I have plenty of wood chopped outside the door and an operable wood stove in the house. I'm used to cold now; it's an incredible great feeling to be in a warm sleeping bag with air that cold on the outside. I still go to the bathroom in holes in the ground, even though I can afford a toilet. The septic tank has been sitting unused for three years. I'm used to living like a savage already, and I rather like it. I use no running water even though there is a well, a pipe system fully installed, and an operating water pump. I'm used to it this way, and roof water is just fine for bathing and washing hands and pots. I use paper plates, and take three-gallon "showers" heated on the gas stove. I only just started to use the tub for this purpose two months ago, when I moved into the bathroom to keep warmer. I'll admit, I don't wear a feather on the back of my head, but who knows what the future holds. Ha, my only dread is that a woman will venture into my life and domesticate me again.

I find good evidence for the idea that many natives are named after British surnames, suggesting that the beginnings of some "Indian" names were recent, perhaps no earlier than 500 AD. It's now looking as though Texas was founded by natives who were instilled with Chattan blood of the InTOCH kind. It's very interesting because years ago, when it seemed that "Mexico" was named after a Meshech bloodline, I ventured to trace "Texas" to Togarmites, and here we have a very Togarmite family of peoples in the MacIntoshes and related Intaggarts/Intoggarts. I now recall that I had traced Algonquins (years ago, before the Alessandria topic) in-part to "Alec/Alexander)."

INCREDIBLE. I just went through my files seeking where I had talked about the Algonquins, and the first page loaded (7th update August, 2009) had this:

Wikipedia's article on the Cree says: "The name 'Cree' is an exonym derived from the French 'Christenaux' (also as 'Knistenaux', 'Cristeneaux' and many other variations) that is commonly shortened to 'Cri'..., after their village of Kenisteniwak." That sounds like false Indian smokescreen-signals if ever I heard them.

PAUSE. I was suggesting that the world is deliberately not being told the truth about the derivation of "Cree. I can now add that the list of Farquharson septs show: MacChristie, Macchristy, MacCristie, and MacCristy!

Farquharsons will be re-visited below as the chief-priest investigation continues to surprising levels. Zowie, I almost missed it: the Craiths/Crees use "Fortitudine" as the entire motto, while Farquharsons use "fortitude" as a motto term! You see, it takes a savage to know a savage. In this picture, the red-on-white Craith/Cree lion looks very Fergus-lion and Farquharson-lion.

Hmm, the list of MacIntosh septs shows: McNauavaich, McNauavich, McNawavaich, and McNawavich, possibly link-able to Navaho/Navajo natives. And then there are the adjacent Apache, smacking of "Apachnas."

Let's continue the quote:

When one hits the Naskapi link, one find a page mentioning the Innu as a Cree family:
"The Innu themselves recognize several distinctions (e.g. Mushuau Innuat, Maskuanu Innut, Uashau Innuat) based on different regional affiliations and various dialects of the Innu language."

Mushuau? Maskuana? Sounds like Meshech/Mushki/Amazons to me...In the Cree article: "The Cree the name for a group of closely related Algonquian languages..." I could be way-off, but I've noted that "Not many years later, in 1790, the Periodical Accounts of the Moravian Missionaries described a group of Indians living west of Okak as 'Nascopies.'" They were first called "Annes-carps" some 50 years earlier, but why Moravian missionaries? Were these Carps from the Arpads???...

PAUSE! As you can see, at that point, I had not linked the Innu and Annes-carps to the Anna(dale)/Inyaney or Ince/Inis surnames, but I did suggest at one time (either before or after that update) a link to "Inyaney." It was MUCH LATER, very recently, when I traced Arpad Hungarians to in the theater of the Insubres and Ananes, but none of this (no guff) on natives was the motive for that trace; the entire native discussion that you're reading from the 2009 update here was not at all on my mind when tracing proto-Hungarians to the Ticino theater! It was by a stroke of "luck" that I even found this old update at this time, at this very spot in this update while trying to convince you that Insubres were a line from priestly Israel. Let's continue:

Another Cree tribe is the Montagnais, wherefore see the Montegue Coat...The Montegue Crest looks native-like. The last I wrote on Montegu was in February, when showing their merger with the Black family, so I checked the Black Coat (English) just now to find three white stars on white in the Chief, the symbol of the Craith/Craw/Cree Chief!! That's just for starters, for the Scottish Black Crest has a red lion, the other Craith/Cree symbol!!!!!!!!

Actually, I can't wait to have my first civilized shower.

Later in the update, already written as per this insert, a white-on-black Shield will be emphasized, found again just now in the Montegue Coat!!! It's astounding how things work out, for that white-on-black Shield is that of the Saddocks...who will be important in finding Sadducee lines. I hate to spoil that story here by informing that Saddocks use "ears of rye," but I must, for "rye" smacks of the Rie and Rea variations of the Craiths/Crees (also "Cray").

We might ask why Craiths/Crees were first found in INverness (i.e. was it partly named after Insubres elements?). Why are Irish Crows shown also as "INroe/INchroe"? What's with all these INs? Inverness is extreme-northern Scotland, the area highly suspect for voyages to Greenland and Canada. The Scottish Craith/Cree Chief even uses a ship, and then we might ask why the top of an heraldic Shield is called a "Chief" in the first place. And why a "Crest" at the top of the Arms? The French Cree Coat shows a Crest variation, not to be traced to "Christ," but more likely to Cretans.

The "integrity" motto term of the Craiths/Crees smacks of "(Mac)Intoch" and/or the "Intaggert/Entegerd" sept of the Corbins/Corbetts, does it not? Isn't the crow (that Corbins use) an Indian symbol?

The Corbins/Corbetts are the ones having the septs of Crow and Croy, and then the anchor in the Croy/Grey Crest is followed up by the motto, "Anchor fast anchor." Croys are said to be "from the Gallo-Roman personal name, Gratus," and Craiths/Crees are said to be from "son of grace or son of prosperity." Then there is the question of "InteGRITY."

Could it be said for nutshell purposes that American natives were largely Gallic-Romans? If so, my suggestion is the Atlantean-Sabine portion of Romans. In this picture, Francis Bacon's "New Atlantis" was meant as the white New World over-top of the redskin Atlanteans.

The Saddock white Shield on black Shield is now link-able to the gold Shield on black Shield of the Gracie/Greacey/Grassy Coat, these latter terms being Farquharson septs. We could fully expect Valerius Gratus to have been related to Sadducees.

TheRietch/Reach/Riach septs of Farquharsons gets a write-up tracing to "gray." We get it: code for the Croy/Gray surname with yet another Shield-on-Shield, in the same size as the Gracie/Greacey Shield-on-Shield, and using the same lion design. There are also quite a few Ry-using septs listed so that they look like Craiths/Crees/Craes/Raes/Raysd/Ries...probably the Rhea-and-Curete cult.

The Gristie and Gristy septs of Farquharsons could suggest versions of the Graceys et-al, and then we see what I call the black-on-white Skull-and-Bones saltire in the Gristy Coat. This is a bloodline shown properly as the Christie and Christy septs of Farquharsons. That saltire is one I assign to Templar pirates, and it just so happens that Gristys/Cristys were first found in Edinburgh(shire), six miles from Roslin, home of Sinclair pirates with black-on-white cross. Some say that a Henry Sinclair was the first to discover America (a century before Columbus), but more likely, Henry was following others who had already been there, who had become merged with natives. I have a bare chest; I think I have some native blood. Hmm, I like the woods. But I can only be half Indian, because I have hair on my legs. No guff.

Gristys/Christies use a holly branch in Crest, and then Maxwells (Maccabee suspect), who use the same saltire as Gristys/Christies, use a "stag lodged proper, in front of a holly bush proper." You see, it looks like the Cree natives were at least partly Butteri Latins.

Where did "Indians" get the idea to scalp their enemies? You don't suppose that the whites were doing it first for the long hair that could be sold back home? End Insert]

Now that you can better believe these traces to Israeli chief priests to be true, and not merely my fanciful ideas, thanks much to the MacIntosh list, a further point can be made, that "Texas" had been traced to the Ticino/Tessen river that flows very near to Tortona. As Cree-zy as it may sound. Algonquins are now tracing to Alessandria, the Tortona area.

The Ticino river begins north of Tortona, flowing right through the places where Laevi lived. It just so happens that Insubres were north of Tortona too. Insubres were backed onto the Swiss border, and the Ticino starts at that Swiss border, in the Swiss canton by the same name. The German Tease/Tess surname was first found in Switzerland, if that helps to raise your confidence in this "science."

Did I convince you in the last update that MacIntoshes linked to Tony the Tiger and other Esso elements? No, it's not funny, when it's true. It's just laughable that huge companies would emphasize their own bloodlines. There's a difference between funny and laughable. There are mountains of evidence to show that corporate biggies of all sorts have bloodlines on the brains when they name their items...which is evidence that they are Masons/Illuminatists.

I had traced Tony the Tiger to Teagues, and only afterward found excellent evidence (in the MacIntosh septs) of a TEAGUE link to MacIntosh's/TOCHS. But several weeks before that, while on the Ticino-river investigation, I traced the English Tease/Tige surname (stars in Texas-surname colors) to "Ticino/Tessen." I don't think it had yet dawned on me that the Texas surname also traced to the Ticino.

In other words, MacIntoshes, suspect in the last update as tracing to the chief priests of Israel, are now tracing in yet another way to the Laevi and Insubres theater. You can laugh if you wish, I can't hear you. Just know that I don't recall one email in the past seven years calling me crazy or any other similar term. Even Nicholas de Vere said that he had "respect" for me (until I offended him). Something's happening here.

Not yet convinced? By what leafincidence is it that German Tease's/Tess' use leaves on a saltire in colors reversed to the Annan(dale) saltire??? Surely, this clan links itself both to Ananes and Laevi. (The German Tease/Tess saltire is in the colors of the English-Tease stars).

In the last update, the Esso company was investigated with great results. It was mentioned that the company was named "Humble" in parts, and then the "indented" motto term of the Humble surname was linked to the Dent surname...because there's a tiger in the Dent Crest. It is funny, of course, don't get me wrong, but it's a laughable funny. Why would grown men with so much money and power behave in this childish way? You'd think they would be busy trying to figure out all the profound ways in which to help poorer people. Instead, they're looking to heraldry symbols to promote their own blood.

It was then stated: "The [Dent] tiger is 'couped,' and then leaf-using Coupers/Coopers (York-surname saltire) had been discovered to be a Cappeo-lion line." That was yet another way to come to the same Caiaphas-conclusion, especially as Dents use ermined lozenges in colors reversed to the ermined Shaw/Sheaves lozenges.

The suspicion now is that Dents were from "D'Ent." Although no Ent surname comes up, there is an End/Ender surname with "tentes" motto term. It was the Corbin/Corbett list of septs that showed Anders and Enders...which surnames also trace to the Ticino river / AlesANDRIA if the surnames were in honor of king Andrew of Hungary. It had been shown that proto-Arpads trace to "Ticino" as well as nearby local place names. From the fifth update of September, where one Ticino investigation can be found:

The Taksony (= Magyars) trace to the Ticino is now tracing to Akhenaten elements. Arpad's son, Levente (no doubt named after the Leventina region on the Ticino), had a cousin, Tas (see 2nd update September).

Taksony, a Hungarian prince (grandson of Arpad), smacks of course of "Texas," and it is very reasonable to link Leventina to the Laevi of that Ticino region. Back in the Khazar theater, Magyars had been allied to Pechenegs, who smack of "Apachnas" (= Exodus pharaoh), whom I trace to "Pagan/Payen"...who were recently discovered to be Pascals of the Pay kind. In fact, Payens were discovered as Pascals at the same time (first update this month) that GD forwarded very convincing online claims that High de Payen, a Dupuy, was married to a Chappes surname.

In other words, as concerns here, the paragraph above traces Texas elements on the Ticino to the Caiaphas-suspect Chappes. The crazy idea of a Caiaphas link to the Italian Sheaves/Chaves clan is working out time and time again to appear true.

There are two amazing new revelations to be had. First, the End/Ender write-up: "First found in Saxony, where the name came from humble beginnings..." HUMBLE beginnings??? Hee-hee, another joke. By what coincidence did I just introduce the Ends/Enders as per the Dents, that were themselves introduced by the Dent-like motto term of Humbles, and here in the write-up we find a "humble" term? I have seen the "humble beginnings" phrase in other write-ups too, but could it be that it's used only when the clans are known to link to the Humble bloodline?

NEXT, "Saxony," where Ends/Enders were first found, smacks of "Taksony." The question is, why?

NEXT, it was just yesterday when I was on the Wright/Write surname as per those terms found in MacIntosh septs such as Saffewrights (these Saffes follower by 'r's had been linked to InSUBRes). Upon reading the Wright write-up, I took a look at the Pecker/Packer/Pacher Coat because, upon reading "woodworker" in the write-up, "woodPECKER" came to mind. I didn't have anything to say at the time about that.

I had discovered years ago that the woodpecker was a symbol of Mars. At the time, I traced Mars to the Marsi of Abruzzo, and it was in Abruzzo that my mother was born, in a town called, Picenzo. Investigating more than anyone else might have, I learned that "Piceni" meant "woodpecker." I figured that the Marsi had been linked to Picenzo elements i.e. the merger that gave Mars the woodpecker symbol. I traced the name of that town to the Piceni Illyrians, but also to a Picente region/peoples near Naples...because a book in our home traced the town if Picenzo to a peoples at Naples. I suggested years ago that Pechenegs were linked to Piceni, but left it at that. I now find myself emphasizing "Apachnas." If you were me, you'd be startled and uncomfortable too.

I did not know at the time that Mascis were from the household of Khyan = Apachnas. My mother has a Masci bloodline! You understand. I personally, your dragon hunter, am descended from the house of the Exodus pharaoh. Boo! Did I scare you? Raise the right hand of your firstborn sons if any of you know that Christ died willingly (at the murderous hands of the bloodline from the Exodus pharaoh) to save peoples from the bloodline of the Exodus pharaoh, to save peoples from the bloodline that would turn us all against Christ? My firstborn son is now in Bible college, and that's how Christ is going to stick it to the pharaoh and other stupids. My third son was up last weekend telling me how devoted to Christ he has become. He tells me that my fourth son is coming to church with him, where my second son also goes, where my first son leads a 20s group. I don't need toilets to make me happy, you see, and even Jesus was a bit of a savage in this way. He didn't bother carrying around a pillow.

I'm starting to think that I was chosen for sharing this "science" not only because the Masci surname traces to the guts of FreeMASONs, but because I trace to a peoples in Picenzo that were largely from Khyan elements. God's going to make me emphasize the Khyan/Apachnas line, you see, just because I'm from it. I'm even a Ferrari on one grandmother's side. The more I investigate the dragon bloodline, the more it terrifies me to find out how much I am related to it by blood.

How many of you know that your are not your arm or your leg or even your skull? You don't even know what you are. When you close your eyes and look inward to find yourself, you can't even find where you are attached to your body. Somewhere inside there, your souls is like an evasive, ah, er, ah, I dunno. I don't know what a soul is. Does it have a color? It's attached to my voice box, but how? Is my soul so small that it's inside my skull? Am I just a little 3-inch thingie? What genius on the part of our Creator to do this. Maybe our souls are so small they come out our ears at death, like a prisoner in jail squeezing between the bars of the window to the outdoors, finally, free.

Was it apparent that "Taksony" linked to "Saxony" as per the Ends/Enders of Saxony? It just so happens that both Peckers/Packers and Sachs use white roses, and Sachs use their roses in the white-on-black colors of the Dents. As Dents use the Shaw/Sheaves lozenges, note that the Italian Sheaves/Chaves/CHIAPPonis (using a key that should link to MacKeys) were first found in Aquila of Abruzzo, some ten miles from Picenzo.

By what other coincidence is it that Italian Paces/Pacenti show a Pascel variation that for me indicates linkage to the Levi clan? You can begin to see why it was me who was chosen for this revelation, for I trace to the Pharisees too using many arguments. No I don't like it. I really don't. It's frightening. But pity those who discover this and like it, who serve the cause of the Pharisees by persecuting Christians. That's what I think Illuminatists are, the end-time Pharisees...driving a Ferrari or sportscar, or, if they're Germans, a Fulkswagon.

The Pace/Pacenti spears had been traced recently to the same-colored Pilate pheons, but as concerns the Apachnas topic now at hand, note first that the Paces/Pacentis were first found in Bologna (Ferrari theater), the place to which I trace the bull design that I think belongs to the Boii of Bologna. That bull design is used by French Packs/Pacs. It's the same bull that I trace to Oxford Veres, not forgetting that Veres (from Manche) were Ferraris linked to Masseys of Manche. Somehow, I am related to Nicholas de Vere von Drakenscaryberg.

Let me tell you what's really scary. The Wrath of God. It's not me who's got to be scared, but Nicholas.

The Teague motto translated: "May I neither dread nor desire the last day." You had better dread AND desire the last day.

Didn't I just trace the Laevi and Levi to Eburovices? By what coincidence was it that God led me to live in the house of an Abreu surname (variation of the Abruzzo surname) at the very time when Abruzzo and Hebrews were entering my Ladon book? Until then, I had resisted any Hebrew elements in the Ladon hunt. One day, while at my parents. it dawned on me that Abruzzo was a Hebrew term, and that's when "Abreu" came to mind too. The Abreu woman was NOT related to me by blood. She just happened to be an employee I had hired from a newspaper ad, and later I rented a room in her house while going back and forth to Texas (because I didn't want to evict my own tenants in my own house every six months or so).

Why was I in Texas? Was I led there? The Kilpatrick surname (which only recently led to many keys of understanding) entered this hunt due to my Texas excursion, and my first friend in Texas was a Teague surname (fellow post-tribber). I had never known another Teague before. I'm now discovering that Teagues and Texas' were related branches, even linking to my own bloodline in the Piedmont Mascis.

One of the first things I did when the Abreu / Abruzzo / Bruce topics entered the hunt was to trace them to the Eburovices founders of Evreux (Normandy). Not only were the purple-Shielded English Paces first found in Cheshire, home of Mascis / Masseys / Maceys, but the write-up: "The Pace family lived in Cheshire. The name, however, is a reference to Pacy Sur Eure, in Evreux, Normandy..." Do you see what I'm doing for your understanding? I'm solidly tracing the proto-Masci house of pharaoh Apachnas to Abruzzo, and to the Hebrew guts of the Templar Normans. I am not the first to tell that Apachnas was a Hebrew. Others will tell you that Hyksos were Hebrews.

Do you see what God has done for you through me, and because of the elements from which I derive? He's traced the Freemasonic dragon through the very elements to which by blood belongs, and I realize you might find it hard to believe that I didn't arrange for this purposefully. I resisted for many years to link Mascis to Masons, but eventually the evidence was undeniable. Did I really link Mascis deliberately to Edomites, Hyksos, and Illuminatists because I found pleasure in so doing?

Did you notice that English Shaws/Sheaves were first found in Eber-like BERkshire? Didn't we just trace the Apachnas elements of the Pecker/Packer kind to the Sachs? The latter were first found in Abruzzo-like BRESlau. Poland.

Polish Packs/Paces use the fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Lys-surname fleur, and the Lys, Levi and Chappes clans were all were first found in Ile-de-France, the Parisii center. Both Chappes (chevron in Macey / Mackay chevron colors) and Peckers/Packers both use Moor heads, a symbol that likely includes the Meshwesh "Libyans" that had been the household of pharaoh Apachnas. To help show that Packs/Paces were from the Mieszko Poles, the Massey Coat uses fleur in the same colors.

The Berkshire Coat uses frets, what I feel is code for MontFerrat in Piedmont and Ferrat in neighboring Aosta. The Massey fleur-de-lys is traced (by me) to the Lys river in Aosta. The Berkshire write-up traces to "Berroc," and then entering "Berrock" gets the Berwick surname first found in Berwickshire and using muzzled bears like the Maceys and Mackays. I don't recall ever entering "Berrock" before as per the Berkshires. I find no "Berroc" in my files. This is new.

ELECTRIC NEWS JUST DISCOVERED: the Berrock/Berwick Crest is "Two ears of wheat crossed"! As of the last update, ears of wheat are symbols for the line of Israel's chief priests.

The Alis Coat is the one using a "muzzled" bear as code for Maceys, and for me that's already the line of the chief priests in Alessandria, but to boot, I've known that Forbes use the same bear type, in the colors of the Alis bear, and the Forbes motto uses "Grace." It's hard to say at this point whether "Forbes" links to a Phar-like term.

The Forbes write-up traces to an Abreu-like term: "First found in ABERdeenshire, at Pitscottie from 1168, which was later named 'the BRAES of Forbes'" (both caps mine). Both a Bra location and Alessandria are in Piedmont, and Bra is at/beside Montferrat. Then, the Brae-surname write-up: "They lived in Berkshire [!!!!!!!!!! decamark mine, for the excellent timing] where the local Brai is listed in the Domesday Book. Originally, the name, is a reference to the town of Bray, near Evreux [!!!!!!!!!! decamark mine, for the excellent timing], Normandy, where the family lived prior to the Norman Conquest of 1066." It wasn't until after reading the Forbes write-up that the Brae Coat was loaded. Once again, heraldry "science" proves to be a slash to the curtains.

The Brae/Bray Crest is a "A flax breaker," which should be understood as code for "Berroc(k)" elements, apparently. The "flax" term could link to Flags/Flacks/Flecks, Meschin and Samson relatives (says me). The idea here is that Bra was an Abreu locality, though I might add that I traced Bars/Baars (of BRUNswick's Este elements!) to Aosta's Bernard location (the exclamation mark is for my link of "Brunswick" to "Bryneich," old home of Berwick's Bernicians).

There is a Breaker Coat in colors reversed to Irish Burks/Burghs and various other Burgs. Breakers are shown properly as Breach, Brech, and Britch (Shropshire)...perhaps the Briquessart line of le-Meschin, for Meschins were likewise first found in Shropshire. In this picture, it appears that Berks were Briquessarts and therefore Meschin-related, perhaps explaining the M-like fesse in the Dutch Burg Coat. It just so happens that I married a Dutch Burg bloodline. The other apparent revelation here is that Berks and Burgs were of Abruzzo elements. I don't forget that I trace Abruzzo elements to the naming of "Prussia," where Mieskes/Mesechs were first found.

In fact, I see mythical "Pressina," mother of Melusine the dragon woman of LUSignan, as code for Prussians, and for that reason I trace Melusine, found in the Massin/Mason Crest, to LUSatia/Luzica (compare "Luzica" to "Lusig(nan)"). The point here is that Melusine is code for the Lys entity from Aosta. That's my theory, anyway, and it often bears out. The reason that she is called "MeluSINE" rather than "Melusa" or anything else may be due to Walsers living in the Lys valley of Aosta, for Walsers are of the Sion theater.

This morning's line-up of surnames started on a browser already opened earlier to the Pecker/Packer surname. I wouldn't have loaded the Pecker/Packer Coat at all when seeing the "woodworker" term in the Wright write-up (last update), if not for my understanding that the woodpecker line was from Apachnas. I decided to take a look at it in case it linked to Wrights. And I do think that Fabers > Wrights are from the Ferrari fabricators, not forgetting that Piast the WheelWright was ancestral to Mieszko-branch Meshwesh. The Wheelwright Coat, by the way, is in the colors of the Polish-Pack fleur.

I've known for a short while that the Wheelwright Shield is in the same style as the English Tate/Tayt Coat, and it just so happens that Scottish Tates use an engrailed version of the Annandale Chief-and-saltire. Moreover, Tates use ravens, the Corbin/Corbett symbol.

In the last update, we saw that some Corbin/Corbett septs linked to Esus of the Gripp kind, and aside from that we can glean that Tates belong to Tuttels et-al...that are Esau bloodliners of the Eliphas kind. To put it another way, the Oliphant surname uses "tout," and then Corbins/Corbetts use the elephant. Moreover, Oliphants also use "voir," and the Voir surname was first found in Gripel. The other place that Voirs were first found had traced (4th update October) to the Kehoe surname, perhaps a Khyan line.

Apparently, the Pechenegs way over in the Khazar theater were from Apachnas elements of Italy. It seemed strange to me that Hungarian Arpads were rooted, not only in the Magyars of the Khazar theater, but in the Ticino theater. It makes sense, therefore, to trace Pecheneg roots to the Ticino area as well. For example, the white roses used by Peckers/Packers are used also by Tates/Tayts, and "Tayt" could be (I'm not certain at all) of the Tease/Tigh surname because it is shown properly as "Tye." Then, as with Tates, German Tease's/Tess' use the Annandale saltire (in colors reversed) too.

Remember (from last update), septs of Pharisee-suspect Frasers include Tuttel-like terms along with Laevi-suspect surnames, and then further Fraser septs include Samson-suspect lines as well as many Eber-like surnames. It's just all too coincidental not to be true. Without going into all the details, I had traced Nibelungs to Frisians, and Frasers appear to be Frisians. I traced Nibelungs back to pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife, Nefertiti, of the bloodline of Tey and Tiye. This was not on my mind at all when writing the paragraph above. In fact, I started this paragraph on Frasers without it on my mind. It was the Frasers in combination with the Tye and Tigh terms above that brought Nibelungs to mind.

We might at first feel that the Abernathy septs are to be understood as Aber-nathy, but the Habernathy sept could suggest Hibernia (old name of Ireland) so that they could be understood as Abern-athy, which then suggests an Irish-Heberite link to MacARTHYs. Remember, MacArthys were linked closely to Desmonds, and the latter use the Annandale saltire too.

It would not be wise to leave the septs of the last update uninvestigated, for there was great evidence that Israel's chief priests led to those clans. For example, at the list of Farquharson septs, we see a red lion next to a chapeau that I trace to Caiaphas lines. A red-on-white lion, used by Fergus' too, was traced to Pharisees, and earlier it was identified with a pseudo-Mary-Magdalene cult. Farquharsons show Fergus-like septs. At houseofnames, however, the Farquhar/Forker Coat shows a black-on-white lion, hands, and a "cado" motto term that no doubt stands for Clan Chattan. Remember the Caddo natives that named Texas.

BY WHAT COSMIC COINCIDENCE was it that, earlier on this page, Farquharsons had been traced to Cree natives with some compelling evidence???

The motto begins with "Sto cado," the first term smacking of the Stow/Stoue surname that comes up when entering "Stout." I had identified this clan as the Stout-surnamed vikings who use a raven, vikings of far-northern Scotland and in the islands north of Scotland, a great vantage point by which to reach Canada. Isn't the crow / raven an native symbol? I have a story to tell below, that was a part of this update before asking that question. The other point here is that I had traced the Mary-Magdalene cult to the proto-Stewarts of Dol, though not only due to the red-on-white lion of English Stewarts. As that's the color of the Farquharson lion, it indeed seems correct to trace it and the Farquhar/Forker clan to the Stewart lion. Dol's proto-Stewarts had moved first to Shropshire, and then to the Ayrshire / Renfrew theater.

In the Farquhar/Forker write-up: "First found in Ayrshire, where they have enjoyed their seat at Kyle Stewart for many generations. The history is quite separate from that of Farquharson. Robert Farquhar...was probably a direct descendant of Ferchart, father of Fergus, one of the chiefs setting the bounds of Newbattle Abbey in 1178. Descended was Ferkar, Earl of Ross, 1224-1231, and at this time a branch was started in the north at CAITHness at Ederlarg." I didn't know that when suggesting a Farquharson link to Fergus' in the last update. As we can also see, this Stewart-related clan was in Caithness, the far-north of Scotland.

Cunninghams (in Farquhar/Forkers colors), who use a "Over fork over" motto, were first found in Ayrshire too, meaning that they have got to have been linked to Farquhars/Forkers, AND, surprise surprise, there's another white unicorn in the Cunningham Crest...suggesting that Cunninghams too link to the far-north raven-depicted vikings of the Shetland theater.

The Farquharson Coat at houseofnames shows a fir tree, suggesting that fir trees in some other Coats/Crests (e.g. the Alis') are code for the "Fearchar" term to which Farquharsons trace themselves. In neighboring Lanarkshire, where I expect Roman elements from Lanuvio and neighboring Ardea, the Hardie/Hardy/Heartie surname was first found, using Esau's black boars. The Hardies, Hardys, and Hearties are listed as Farquharson septs, you see. Consider FarquHAR. French Hardys use a chevron in Pendragon-chevron colors ("FarquHARSON" is linked suggestively to Harris' / Harrisons of apparent Pender relations, to be discussed at the end of this update with a surprising trace).

The Hearty surname is NOT listed as a sept, but they use the Oxford-surname lion, not forgetting that the Arms of Oxford use the Esau elephant. Moreover, its seems that Farquharsons were named in-part after Veres, possibly after the Irish Hares/Garrys with "fear" motto term. Scottish Hares were first found in Ayrshire too, and the Hearties are shown properly as MacCart/MacArt. It all looks like Arthurian elements around the Bute = Avalon theater, and Veres do trace their Melusine to Avalon.

An old trace of the fir tree to the Fir Bolg was not at all on my mind when writing above on the fir tree. I had identified Fir Bolgs (Fomorian relatives) with Veres, and only later did I see a potential trace of "Fomorian" (sea pirates of Ireland) to "Pomerania," which, still later, turned out to be the location of the Varni.

What's coming to mind is that Fir Bolgs and/or Fomorians had found a foothold in Bute = Avalon. It just so happens that I trace the raven-depicted vikings to Rothesay (later Bute) from the Pomeranian / Polabia theater, though this was in a period long after the Arthurian period. It may be that the same Fomorian elements had been on Avalon in the Arthurian period, and it should now be said that the MacCabes/MacAbees of Arran are suspect as the Maccabee-related Muses of Avalon. But those Muses had also been traced to the Duffs and related Feys of Fife, you see.

One could now entertain that the proto-MacDonald line in Ireland had been the Muses of Avalon, for MacDonalds use the Ferte eagle that I link to Ferte-Mace (Maccabees are said to mean, "mace" or "hammer"). Moreover, MacDonalds were Domnanns (long before the Arthurian period) that trace to Dumnonii of the Cornwall peninsula, at Somerset and Exeter; the latter place is where I trace the EXcaliber sword in the hand of the Masci wing of the Chaine Coat. The Cornwall peninsula is where Pendragons and Veys belonged that evolved into the Muses of Avalon, though Veys also ended up in Fife. GD has just informed me recently that the Somerled branch of MacDonalds, which put forth the Rorys of Bute (= Cappeo-lion line), had also been in Angus. If I understand her correctly, Jean of Bute was from Angus-branch Somerleds.

What I'm introducing here is the idea that MacDonalds had been the old British Danann known to have formed an alliance with Lug-branch Fomorians, and that these proto-MacDonalds were Maccabees to some significant extent. I would dearly like to know the reason. Lug's Dananns ended up on the Isle of Mann, but from there we could expect them up the coast on Avalon too. In fact, I tend to trace Meschins of Cheshire, and Mackays of Scotland, to Ligurians that were related to Lug's Ligurians on Mann. For example, Meschins have been traced solidly to a Lech-river location of Foetes/Fussen (Bavaria), where the Arms is virtually identical to the Arms of the Isle of Mann, and then I had earlier identified Foetes with "fide" motto terms...a term now discovered in both the Farquhar and Farquharson Coats!

For me, this indicates that Farquhars are the same Veres that merged with Masseys, which recalls the idea that Maceys may have been in Britain long before the Mieszko Poles furnished the Masseys. In this theory, Maceys were not Masseys until they merged (in Cheshire, for example). If this is all tracing Maccabees proper to Mann elements, let me repeat that Maccabees were also called, HasMONians.

The "Manu forti" motto of Mackays may even suggest Fir Bolgs in that Fergus' are said to be named after the idea of "force." Remember, Mackies/Mackeys use a raven and were first found in Ayrshire too, where the Fergus branch of Farquhars were first found...who are being traced to Pharisees that, in Israel, came forth to some extent from Maccabees proper of Israel.

Carricks were also first found in Ayrshire, while one Farquharson sept is listed as "Kerracher," reminding of the "Carrickfergus" term found in the Irish-Fergus write-up. This is a good place to mention part of the Scottish-Fergus write-up: "This last Pictish form of the name is found on a monument at St. Vigeans in Angus as 'Fercos.'" It suggests that Farquharson elements may have been involved with the birth of Pontius Pilate, a birth that has already been traced to the red lion of the Duffs, of Angus and Fife, a lion now suspect as the Farquharson-Fergus lion.

ZOWIE, the birth of Pilate had also been traced (1st update of October) to the Derths/Ayrths of Stirling, and "Ayrth" had been traced to king-Arthur elements in Ayrshire. That was before I got to Farquhars, first found in Ayrshire! As per the Farquharson sept of Kerrachers (and this is the ZOWIE part), there is a Kerracher/Erracher surname first found in Stirlingshire!!!

We now have very good cause for identifying Pilate's mother with the Fear line. To this I should add that I also traced Pilate's birth to the Yonges, who likewise use a red lion along with their piles, and Yonges were traced to Alessandria's proto-Arpads, where also the fir-tree using Alis' are traced...who use the muzzled bear of the Maceys and Mackays!!! Though some of this is still fuzzy, it's starting to make for some greater sense: we've just gotten one more major clue to Pilate's birth in the Farquhar fir line, and it looks both Maccabean and Pharisee-ish.

For some reason, the Kerracher/Erracher term brings up the Finlays, yet another Farquharson sept. Entering "Finlay" gets another Coat with an "arduis" motto term, and moreover entering "Fien" gets the Mackay sept of Veins/Vanes/Veyns...using the Macey gloves! I do declare, that the Arthurian cult was linked to Maccabees of the Macey kind, from Fir Bolgs. Yes, that is the new discovery here.

The Farquharson lion design at had been traced to Vere branches in northern Italy (the Contes and Villes use it too), and it just so happens that I had forgotten the colors of the Farquharson lions when suggesting a Farquhar link to proto-MacDonalds. The lions are red on gold, the colors of the MacDonalds. Like the Scottish Fergus', MacDonalds were first found in Galloway!!! I didn't know that until now. The Conte lion is in the colors of the Farquhar lion (!), and Contevilles trace to...Meschins. Later below, it will be shown, from historical documentation, that Ranulf le Meschin's line from Contevilles were rulers in Macey, Normandy, near Avrances.

If I'm not mistaken, I traced Valerius Gratus (Judean Roman governor immediately before Pontius Pilate) to the Lanuvium / Ardea theater (near Rome), and then the list of Farquharson septs includes Grace-like terms. It just so happens that I traced Valerius Gratus to Grace-like surnames, but emphasized especially the Gros/Graus/Graut surname...using the same lion design as in the Farquharson Coat at . I didn't know this in the last update's emphasis on the Farquharson list.

The Irish Grace/Grase surname traces to "gros," and Farquharson septs include Gracie and Gracey. The Gracey/Gracie/Grassy surname was first found in Argyllshire, i.e. beside Ayrshire's Farquhars.

Entering the Grassock sept of Farquharsons, the Suter/Souter surname (Angus) comes up which is another Farquharson sept. As Souters are also shown as Sowters, the same-colored Sodans/Sowtens/Soutans (the Fergus / Farquharson lion in Crest?) could apply...that I link to the Sodhans said to be at the root of Pattersons/Cussanes. That's very good because Pattersons trace to Butteri, the people that are suspect as Pilate's father.

I wasn't rushing in the last update to make a Souter link to "Sadducee" elements. I hadn't yet investigated. It was mentioned only because Farquharsons seemed to trace to Pharisee lines. The investigation starts now, and the first thing done was a look at a Saddock surname, shown properly as "Sedgewick/Sedwick." The latter term in no way evokes "Sadducee," and yet "Saddock" does. Moreover, both Saddocks and Souters use a Shield-on-Shield, and both inner Shields are white.

The Saddock Crest is "Two crossed ears of rye." In the last update, we came across this:

It just so happens that "ears of wheat" are used by the Scottish Chappes Coat, which could now link to the "ears of corn" of the Gallery/Galloway Crest. A man with Galleri surname had become the Sauer surname, itself from the Chaves-like Sava river, you see...

We naturally want to see if there is an Ear surname, and though none comes up, the Ayrs are also "Eyre/Eyer." The Ayr/Eyre write-up traces to "heres," and then Heres/Heyers/Hears, like the Ayrs/Eyres, were first found in Derbyshire, and moreover Heres/Heyers/Hears use a tree stump (in Ayr/Eyre colors), now suspect as code for the Esus cult...

... English Boles use bowls in the colors of the Pillette/Pilotte grails, and both clans were first found in Lincolnshire...The Dutch Bole/Boll Coat: ANOTHER TREE STUMP!!! It's undeniable: Esus was named in honor of Esau(ites).

Belgian Boles not only use the Moray-colored star, but wheat "stalks" that look identical in design to the "ears of wheat" used by Scottish Chappes. Wheat [sheaves or sheaths] is suspect as code for the grail-line Shaws/Sheaves whom I link to Chappes... The Cappes, first found in Lincolnshire, could certainly apply.

By what coincidence could it be that "ears" are used by both Caiaphas-suspect Chappes and Sadducee-suspect Saddocks, and that the same sort of ears are then used also by the Gallerys/Galloways suspect as Galli priests of the Kabeiri??? MOREOVER, the trace to Shaws/Sheaves gets us to the "Sithech" term found in Shaw write-ups...that was in the past traced to "Sadduc(ee)." Remember too, the Ayrshire Arms uses "shaw" in the motto.

By what further coincidence is it that Fergus' and MacDonalds, both suspect as Pharisee lines, were first found in Galloway? Kilpatrick-branch Butteri were of the Galloway theater, in Edom-suspect Dumfries.

In the quote above, the Lincolnshire locations of the Boles (use bowls in the colors of the Shaw grails) and Capes is included because the South/Sowthe surname (Washington Shield) that probably links to Suters/Sowters, was first found in Lincolnshire. The South/Sowthe Crest uses the green Leslie griffin, if that helps to trace "Sow" to the Sava/Sau river. AND HOLD ON TO YOUR ANVILS: "First found in Lincolnshire where [the Souths] held a family seat from very ancient times, as Lords of the manor of Ferraby..."!!!

This Pharisee-like location of what must be a Souter branch is as surprising to me as it must be to you. It all tends to support that trace of Farquhars to the Pharisee line of Fergus'. What a hoot! The best part of all, I don't need to go back and delete all the things said in the many updates on Pharisees, Caiaphas, and Sadducees. So far as I'm concerned, I now call these traces, FACT. Note that Souters were first found in Angus, beside the Perthshire Shaws and Pilate-suspect Duffs.

I'm not suggesting that "Suter" traces to "Sava," but that Suters merged with a Sava-river clan(s) to create a Sowter variation. The Sauers (Fergus lion) from the Sau/Sava are also shown as "Sour." English Sauers/Sawyers are related, I think, as their "trouveras" motto term seems to indicate, code possibly for elements of the Drave river next to the Sava. Their "Cherches" motto term should be code for Carricks because both clans use the talbot dog.

There has to be a reason why Saddocks/Sedwicks use ears of rye rather than wheat or corn, and it just so happens that, like the Saddocks/Sedwicks, the Rye/Ryse surname was first found in Sussex. As "Sussex" means "south sex," or so we are told, it could be that proto-Sout(h)er elements named the place. Unfortunately, the Sussex surname has a write-up but no Coat shown. I don't buy the Souter trace to "cobbler" or "shoemaker," as that should be code for kin. The Rye/Ryse Coat, by the way, smacks of the Rodham Coat...with tree stump in Crest, and so let's not forget that I now trace "Essex" to the Esus esox symbol. (This is not the place to argue against the east-west-south ideas of Essex, Wessex and Sussex terms, but one day soon I might make those arguments.)

[The day after writing here, the Insert way above was added in which the Rie variation of the Craith/Cree surname was found, and then "Rie" is also found as a variation of Ryes/Ryse's. It just so happened that while doing the Insert, the Montegue Coat came up, the same as the Saddock Coat. It floored me.]

It was just moments before the above evidence that I prayed to God casually, asking for the goods that would be convincing for you. And then it just happened. I felt the prayer was necessary because my arguments for the chief-priest lines, until then, could have been taken as good but coincidental = untrue. The bulk of evidence is rather forceful now.

Recalling the Eber terms that applied to bloodlines of the Israeli chief priests, check out the Saddock/Sedwick write-up: "Saddock is a name of ancient Anglo-Saxon origin and comes from the family once having lived in the township of Sedgewick in the parish of Heversham in Westmorland." Hever? There is a (H)Eversham Coat using Moor heads...that should apply to WestMORland. The Crest is a Moor head in a "helmet," which we might trace to Pendragon-related Helms. Hevershams were first found in HEREfordshire, important as per a Here link to Eyres / Ayers.

Remember, it's the Saddocks who use "ears of rye," and it's possible that "Eyre" links to "Rye." Just prior to the Saddock topic, Pharisee lines were traced to Ayrshire. My writings are sometimes like a well-calculated movie, only it's not me whose usually doing the calculating. The writings just fall into place in ways that surprise me.

This would be a good place to show the big ugly black boar of the Ebers. Is that stew I see around the boar's mouth?

Aha! Hevers were first found in Sussex too, as with Ryes and Saddocks, and they show "Hepher" and "Heaver" too. We seem to be back to the Kiev-like clans which Hepburns/Hebrons encode in their motto as "Keep." The Keep surname, using a "Weaver's Shuttle," were first found in...SUSSEX!!! They are red-on-gold, the colors of the Hever garbs.

Insert -- Hmm, Havers (Norfolk) are traced in their write-up to a he-goat, and later below it was suggested that "Soter" was named after "goat." Note the timing of this insert, placed here not because of the Souter term in the paragraph below, but due to the Hevers above. End Insert]

Did you catch the "shuttle"? As in the Shuter variation of Souters? The Shutt/Chute surname shows another black talbot head, and then the Cuths/Cuttes show "plates," a potential Pilate code, especially as the Cuth/Cuttes Crest is a greyhound (symbol f the Valerius-Gratus line). There is no Shuttle or Shuttel surname coming up, but the Cattle Coat is in Cuth/Cuttes colors.

Aha!! After all that, "Cuttle" was entered to find the Keep Shield!!! Excellent. We can show once again that symbol descriptions are code for kin. AND to prove that we are indeed on the Sadducee line, the Cuttle Crest is the same leopard, I think, as per the Suter/Shuter Crest. In case you've forgotten, Saddocks and Suters both use a white inner Shield.

Aha! Cuttles were first found in East Lothian, and are in the colors of Seatons, also first found in East Lothian. That suggests that Seatons are part of the Suter-et-al Sadducee lines! A remarkable find, for the Keith Catti (also first found in East Lothian) are thereby identified as a Sadducee line. Note the cat (i.e. code for Keith "Catti") in the Cuttle Crest, therefore, and ask how Sadducees can trace both to the Catti and to Boiotians, for the answer is as easy as Cadmus in Thebes of Boiotia!!!

Who else uses the cat? The Chattans to which Farquharsons belong.

Sadducees were (according to others) from a Boetus bloodline, and though I use "Boiotia" to help keep the Boii in your mind, most writers use "Boeotia."

Do you understand what has just happened? We have found that Sadducees were named after the Cati pagan grail cult. If the Cuttles/Cuttels apply to Catti, why not also the Chees/Cheatles? And if Keiths/Keaths and Seatons apply, why not also Keatons with yet another ugly black boar in Crest? Like the Keatons, the Keats use black leopards.

Aha! I trace Seatons to Says, and Says to Sais in Egypt, where, If I'm not mistaken, mythical Set(h) was lord. Set was also known in ancient times by a Sithech-like term!!! It's been some years since I've traced Sadducees suggestively to Set, and now, finally, the evidence.

Wikipedia shows "Sutekh" and "Suty" for Set variations. Others show "Suetekh," like the Soeth variation of the Suess/Suss surname. As Set was part of the Uat/Buto cult, note that the Suess/Suss Coat uses "a lady in a hat holding a flower BASE." The hat can be code for a Uat line, and the lady code for the Latona / Leto cult that Uat/Buto evolved into (according to Romans). Here's the Seth Coat; it's the Shaw Coat with grails.

The Susan Coat shows only a lily. There's another lily (and nothing but) in the Cobbler Coat (the Souter write-up traced tricky-dicky to a "cobbler"). There's an elephant in the Cobb Crest, interesting because English Mascals also use an elephant in Crest while Keiths come up as Scottish Mascals.

Aha! The Cobb Coat reminded of the Covert/Coffert Coat, and Coverts, like Ryes and related Saddocks, were first found in Sussex. Both Cobbs and Coverts use white on red like the Hepburns/Hebrons, and then Hephers (i.e. like "Coffert") were first found in Sussex too. (Hephers are also Hevers, and Saddocks were first found in Heversham). For me now, a C-less "Covert" comes to mind as something like "Ever."

Excellent! It brought to mind the "Over fork over" motto of the Cunninghams, and checking for an Over surname, not only was there one, but it uses a bend in colors reversed to the Heversham bend!

Aha! The tricky-dickeys (liars) tell us that Overs are named after "seashore," but the reality is that they were kin to the Shores/Sures...with this write-up: "First found in Derbyshire at Mickleover..." [There's more on Mickleover later, with surprising new insights.]

This inclusion of Shores/Sures recalls my trace of Coverts to Scheriffs, and that entering "Scherf" (= the real bloodline of the Bush presidents; see 4th update in April) brings up the Scheres.

ZOWIE!!! The Austrian Schere Coat, aside from coiled serpents that trace to the Galli / Kabeiri priesthood, use "ears of wheat"!!!

From this point of view, Coverts look like the Chaves > Sheaves line to Sadducees of the Sithech-Shaw kind.

NOW. ZIKERS, the ABERnathy and EBERnathy septs of the Pharisee-suspect Frasers come to the fore because Frasers also have Covie, Cowy and similar septs. Is that yet another tree stump in the Covie/Cowy Crest??? Then the Cove Crest is an arm and axe!!! Just like that, we can trace Coves and Covies to tree-cutting Esus, the cult that the Axe in the Sky has His all-seeing eye on.

Wasn't Paul Bunyan tree cutter? He is a fictional character with a blue ox (called Babe the Blue Ox), and the bull is another symbol of Esus. Plus, "Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett were said to give Babe to Paul Bunyan..." BUNyan and BOONe? The Boone surname (blue Shield) is not only the Bonne/Bone clan that I trace to Skull and Bones (itself traced to Hebron), but the Boones were likewise first found in Sussex! German Boones are from "humble beginnings." German Bonnes use the green and white colors of English Gabriels, first found in Sussex.

Hmm, Daniel Boone was of KenTUCKy elements, perhaps link-able to MacInTOCH elements that formed/modified some American natives. Hmm, "Despite some resistance from American Indian tribes such as the SHAWnee, in 1775 Boone blazed his Wilderness Road through...into Kentucky. " Hmm, Boone was involved with Carrick-like Cherokees. Hmm, isn't a dancette, used by Carricks, an Indian-like design?

Hmm, "While on the Braddock expedition years earlier, Boone had heard about the fertile land and abundant game of Kentucky from fellow wagoner John Finley, who had visited Kentucky to trade with American Indians." We just saw the Finlay/Finley surname as a sept of Farquharsons, and the latter were suspect amongst the Cree natives. The English Fien/Finnes Coat is very comparable to the Bonne/Boon(e) Coat, exposing again that New-World explorers had bloodlines on the brain.

WOW! I didn't realize until now because I happened to go see what i had written on Finlays, WHICH WAS THIS: "For some reason, the Kerracher/Erracher term brings up the Finlays, yet another Farquharson sept." Hee-hee, we have just found the clan that named the Cherokees.

The Kerrachers/Finleys show a FinLAWSON variation, easily linked to Lawsons because the latter use the same chapeau (cap) as this Farquharson Coat. Didn't I trace the chapeau to the Cappeo-lion = Caiaphas line? YES, and the Lawsons look like Laevi and/or Levi due to their motto: "Leve et reluis." Didn't I insist that Farquharsons were Pharisees from the Laevi? The Cappeo lion was traced to York elements, and Lawsons were first found in Yorkshire. Kerrachers/Finlays also show "FinLAISon," like the "reluis" motto term.

Biden-branch Butteri use the same chapeau, and I traced Bidens to Pendragons (the latter were discovered as Butteri in ways not involving Bidens, whom, according to their write-up, trace to Bath and Wells in Somerset). Lawsons use a chevron in Pendragon-chevron colors, which again traces the Israeli priests to Pendragons.

Perhaps not by coincidence, the Bunyan surname uses "fur," and because it's now called "bell-shaped design," the Bellamys are implied, especially as Bunyans were first found in Cheshire. I tend to trace the Bonne/Boone lions to the Beaumont/Bellmont lions, and then tend to equate Bellmonts with Bellamys. I once traced the Beamonts/Bellamys of that discussion to Vienne of the Poitou theater, but that was long before knowing that Herods of Israel were banished to Vienne.

The Bunyan bell pattern is in the colors of the Haskel bell pattern, and Haskels are traced in their write-up to AnCITEL-like terms that I trace to "kettle hats," what Pappenheims call their bell pattern. The Haskels were the Malahule line to Ranulf le Meschin. I trace Kettles to Chees/Cheatles, and the latter too use a dancette i.e. an Indian-suspect design.

AHA! Wikipedia's article on Paul Bunyan says that the surname was a Norman one from "Buignon," and then the Bunyan Coat is not only in the colors of both Bug/Buggs Coats, but there's Bugs BUNNY! It's about as BUNYan as one can get. Don't fight it; it's a proven fact here at tribwatch that cartoonists roundly had bloodlines on the brain.

Just in case, the Bunny Coat shows a chevron in the colors of the Lawson chevron, and both Lawsons and German Bug(g)s use footless martins. This tends to trace Bunnys and Bunyans to Laevi / Levi of the Lawson kind. It reminds me of the "laidir" motto term of Kilpatricks, traced to Law terms including Laidlaws/Laidlers. Kilpatricks use the Levi lion in Levi-lion colors, you see. Laidlaws (Meschin-suspect) are colors reversed to both Bugs Coats, and to the Leader and Ladd/Ladon Coats.

It's interesting that Bunnys use goats, for the Banion version of the Bunyans smacks of Banias/Panias, a city at mount Hermon=Sion known to be named after goat-depicted Pan, son of Hermes. I wasn't going to mention Panias at first, until the Bunny goat turned up minutes later to provide some evidence. The Bunny write-up: "Bunny was a Norman name used for a bunn, or literally from the Old French word bonne which means good. Others think the name could have been from place Bougnies, a Norman village in Belgium." Excellent, for Wikipedia traced Paul Bunyan's name to Normans called, Buignon. And the "bonne" term in the Bunny write-up suggests that the Skull and Bonne/Bones cult links to Bunyan elements, which then trace, potentially, to mount Sion.

True, mount Sion is not quite Hebron, but then I trace Seir-ians of Edom to Hebron, and identify Seir-ians with goats of the Satyr kind. "Satyr" is a very Suter-like term, by the way, and I've mentioned many times that Amorite-ruled Jerusalem (near Hebron) was not only called Zion, but Zedek, a term like the Saddock surname. In this picture, we could expect Sadducee elements to sport goats. "Soter" (means "savior") may have been from "goat," but in any case, I had traced the Hagarites/Hagarenes out of Edom (they too merged with Esau's bloodline) to the Seir goat line, but then there was, to boot, the "coincidence" that both Hagar(d)s and Goths used the same-colored Zionists stars. [In the Insert above, the he-goat in the write-up of Hagar-like Havars was mentioned.]

The Austrian Sotter/Sutter/Suter Coat uses Zionists stars too, in relevant colors, used even by the Saddocks. Hmm, the Sotter/Sutter bloodline is suspect at Sion/SITTEN. Entering "Sitten" gets the Seatons/Setons of Lothian, and Lothian is suspect as a line from Lotan the Seir-ian.

The Cove write-up: "...they held a family seat from ancient times in the two hamlets of North and South Cove in Suffolk which were held at the time of the taking of the Domesday Book in 1086 by Count Alan of Brettagny. Conjecturally the name is descended from that source." Proto-Stewart Alans? It would explain why English Alans use the same red bend as Covies/Cowys. Who named Cove? The Chaves?

The Covie/Cowy write-up: "The ancient Scottish name Cowy was first used by someone who worked as a tender of cattle. The name is an adaptation of the Old English word cuhyrde, of the same meaning. It derives from the roots, cu, meaning cow, and hierde, meaning herdsman." If we believe that, we might ignore the Cattle and/or Cuttle surnames that had linked above to Sadducee-suspect lines. And what about the possibility that "hierde" and "herdsman" are mere codes for "Herod"?

By the way, the Cuttle Coat is just the Arms of Baden, used also by the grail-line Lorraine surname. The latter clan was first found in Northumberland, where Rodhams were first found who likewise (i.e. as with Covies/Cowys) use a tree stump. And the Lorraine area of France (which uses the same symbol as the Lorraine surname) is in the Esus / Treveri theater. We have definitely found the Hebrews of Masonic importance, and they are definitely not Israelites.

The green lions in the Lorraine Coat could be those of the Lion/Lehan surname, yet another Fraser sept.

The Cockawie and similar septs of Frasers bring up the same Covie/Cowy Coat. In that picture, the Gauls (chicken / cock symbols) of Esus realms are suspect.

Entering "Ever" gets the Heversham Coat on the one hand, and a Scottish Ever/Eure/Ivor Coat that appears related to it by certain markings. The point is, the latter Evers use a "quam" term buried in their motto, a term used also by the Sheriff motto, "Esse quam videri." The Sheriff Coat uses gold griffins, as does the Suess/Sess Coat, which comparison may not have seemed weighty if not for the link shortly above of Coverts to Suess'/Sess'. The latter clan, though being traced to Sadducee lines, smacks of the Swiss and Suessiones. This can help support a Sadducee trace to Sion/Sitten.

We're about to see another "base" to match that of the Suess/Suss surname. First, the Suess/Suss write-up: "The name Suss is derived from the Germanic personal name Suss, meaning 'sweet.'" The Sweet surname uses two chevrons, as does the Suess/Suss Coat, and one of the latter's is in the white color of the two Sweet chevrons. Part of the Sweet-Crest description: ...a rose in base." Sweets may have been Svi=Swedes or the like.

I can't see a link of either Base Coat to the clans above. The Frasers show many septs of the Bisset kind, two of of which are Bassoks and Bashoks. It just so happens that I traced Bissets and Bassets (they look like Drummonds) to Bast, the lion / cobra goddess of Egypt that was essentially the same as Uat/Buto. One Bast/Bastion Coat uses roses, evoking "a rose in base."

The Bass/Bassin surname is interesting because it was first found in Haddingtonshire, where Keiths (= Seaton relations) were first found.

AHA! The other English Bass/Bassen Coat uses nothing (no symbols) but a black inner Shield on a white outer Shield, and then the Saddocks use no symbols on their white inner Shield on a black outer Shield!!! This is excellent for a Seaton link to Saddocks.

As the Bast topic followed the introduction here of Frasers, let me repeat that the Fraser motto, "Je SUIS prest," suggests a priestly line that appears to glorify Jesus when in fact it more-likely glorifies Sais of the Uat/Buto cult. Just compare "suis" with the Suess/Sess surname, but then let me repeat that I traced the Says and Seatons of Saytown to the Sais location in the Uat/Buto part of Egypt. The Dutch Sey surname (trefoils) is shown as "Seyss" and "Seyes," and is in Say and Seaton colors.

The Seyes term easily modifies to "Seg(er)," which evokes my trace of mythical Sugaar to Segers/Seagers/Sugars, and a theory once presented that Sigrid the Haughty (Uat-suspect), daughter of Mieszko, was the possible founder of Sugaar. It just so happens that Sigrid had the alternative name of SWIEToslawa, and in fact she had been messing around with more than one Scandinavian king.

EXCELLENT!!! Entering "Seges" just now on a fancy, as per "Seyes," what popped up unexpectedly but the Saddock/Sedwick Coat! It's no wonder that Jesus called the chief priests the house of satan.

I tend to trace Seagers to Sawyers, and Sawyer to Sauers of the Sava. The Sages/Sayges use a white-on-red chevron, the chevron that I link fundamentally to Hebrons. The theory is the Hebrons own that chevron because "chevron" seems like code for Hebrons. The Sage Coat includes: "...three old men's heads wearing black close caps." Code for the Close/Clovse surname?

I'm never going to get this update done because one clue leads into another story. That's why updates are twice as long as I would like them to be. The Close/Clovse spur is indication of linkage to Levi-related Kilpatricks, who lived at Closeburn. The Cloce variation suggested a look at the Cloak surname (also "Clock/Cloch"), using a chevron in colors reversed Sey/Seyes chevron. That works because the Close/Clovse surname became a topic only as per the Sages/Sayges (who are Seyes-suspect). ALSO, Clovis was traced to "clover" or trefoils, used by the Seys/Seyes.

Let's not forget that the spur is used also by Kilpatrick-related Johnsons whom will be traced below to the pagan Jonathan Levite. Of course, spur-like surnames are suspect there, and there is a Spurr surname using a bend (with single star) in the colors of the bend of Italian Botters. The same colors are used by the Close/Clovse chevron. Spurrs were first found in Devon, as with the Sages/Sayges! That's good support for a trace of the "close" term (in the Sage/Sayge description) to the Close/Clovse surname. It floored me to find that the Marjoroom sept of Johnsons use the Botter lone start.

It's also good support for a Seager-et-al trace to the Sauers of the Sava/Sau river, for Botters use a bend in colors reversed to the Save bend, and besides, both Seagers and Saves use snakes...the symbol too of mythical Sugaar.

Spurrs happen to use gold garbs, as with the Clokes/Clocks who are suspect as Kilpatrick-related Close's/Clovses/Cloces. The "sure" motto term of Kilpatricks was traced to Surrey elements, and Surrey is where Cloaks/Clocks were first found. Clacks are in colors reversed to Cloaks/Clocks, and may apply, though ultimately I think we'll find that Close's et-al trace to "Clovis."

Back now to the Saddocks who use no symbols on their white inner Shield on a black outer Shield. The Derth/Ayrth Coat is nothing but a white Shield with black Chief. The Dutch Sprows/Spruce Coat (links to Sprowston in Norfolk) is a Shield split in two, white and black, with "birds." The black part of the Saddock Coat shows "birds." Did we trace Pharisees to Veres as well as to Ebers of the Eburovices kind? Then consider the Weir/Vere write-up that traces Aubri de Vere (father of Oxford Veres) to Sprowestun in Roxburghshire. The Weir/Vere write-up even traces to a Haddington-like location of esox-suspect Essex.

This would be a good place to mention that "ears of wheat" might actually be part code for the Wheat surname, first found in Norfolk. Not surprisingly, Wheats use garbs (otherwise known as wheat sheaves), but the Whate variation smacks of Uat, and that is exactly the cult to which the Israeli priests are tracing at this time. I of course keep in mind that garbs could trace to mount Gareb at Jerusalem, which I identify as the hill upon which the Israeli Knesset (legislature) now sits, or the hill to its immediate east.

It's the Keep Coat's canton, for one, that is called a "square," and in the square, a galley. There's greyhounds and Illuminati checks in the English Galley Coat, but the French Galleys use what must be the Payen Shield, for both Galleys and Payens were first found in Dauphine! In my mind, the Galley here, because I traced Payens to the Israeli chief priests, are an excellent example of the Galli priesthood coming to roost in the West.

The Galli were traced to "Helios," and Helios was traced to Ialysos on Rhodes, and then the Galley show red roses on their Payen Shield. Remember, Payens trace to the Pascals who use the "Jewish" Levi lion. Pew, this stinks.

I want readers to know. Although only a small number of you have contributed to the clues over the past years, this revelation would not have taken place as well as it had, had there not been a sufficient audience of readers. I would not have had the same zeal by recording these things into a hard drive without anyone being informed. I know none of you can read it all, or nearly all, but having sufficient readers to keep me going has been a great key.

There has got to be great interest out there in ChristianLand for some writers and researchers to take these preliminary ideas on the chief priests, and dig deeper to prove still further, against the expected backlash of Freemasons, that we are not fooling ourselves, that indeed Masons are nothing but the enemies of Israel, seeking to create a new Israel under the rule of Edomic bloodlines.

It just so happens that God did not label the chief priests as the wheat, but rather as the weeds. The Wheat/Whate/Wete surname has similarity with the Weed/Weeton/Weton surname, and it's interesting that the latter uses martins/martlets, as with the Coverts and Cobbs. The Weeds/Weetons show a Sitwell surname in their write-up, and then the Sitwell/Sithwell Coat is in the green and gold colors of the Wheats. Therefore, add the Sitwells to the list of Sadducee possibilities. The black lion in the Sitwell Crest could be the black lion of the German Sitler/Schitler Coat.

Always remember when on this Sadducee topic, Saids/Saddlers use the Freie and Massin/Mason lion. The "sapere" motto term of the Saids/Saddlers could be kin to the "spiro spero" of the Massin/Masons, and then at the top of this update, the InSUBRES were advanced as a chief-priest line. German Sitlers were first found in the Lusatia / Silesia theater, where the Spree river flows that I link to Speers, and the Melusine in the Massin/Mason Crest is code for the Speer line too.

Always remember that Laevi-like Louvains use the Massin/Mason lion too. The Louvain location was also "Leuven," and there are similar locations in Poland.

If we put weight on the MacDonald link to Pontius' Pilate's birth, and on Maccabees of Arran, see that the Scottish Sparres/Sporrans use the MacDonald eagle and motto. English Sparres/Sparks use the eagle in the white-on-green of the MacCabes/MacAbees of Arran. The latter use two instances of "Aut" in their motto German Sparres/Sperls (Sperlick variation from Silesia) use the English-Botter falcon. Didn't we just link Spurrs to Italian Botters?

The Scottish Sparres/Sporanes use a "purse" term in their write-up suggesting the Purse/Pierce-branch Percivals of Somerset. In fact, the "terre" motto term of the Spares/Sporranes gets the Terres/Tarrs, in MacDonald colors and first found in Somerset. Terres/Tarrs look, by their gold and red bars/stripes, like Sturs, one branch of which was first found in Hampshire, where English Botters were first found. The Dudleys use the Massin/Mason lion too, and they were first found in Worcestershire, where the Watts/Wathes (all-seeing-eye, traces to Uat) were first found. Don't trust anything you read in the black-and-white of heraldry pages, but look for codework. Uat was also "Wadjet," and then there is a wedge-using Wadge surname in the colors, and in the vicinity, of the Wedge surname...that smacks of Wheats and Weeds. From the Wagg variation of the latter, Wagners can be suspect.

I've known a woman who had her husband with Wagner surname buried in the field behind her house. I saw the grave site, with a black metal raven / crow stuck into the ground. I asked her if it had been something she happened to have, and she answered that, no, she got it made for the purpose. Why a raven and a Wagner surname? Perhaps it was not for the Wagner surname, for she is part Indian native.

Here's a thought from yesterday when noticing the surnames that rule my local government. As they almost all were surnames that I deal with often, it struck me on how easy it would be for Masons of the area the get merely 20 people in leadership positions, to lead the various departments of the local government. It hit home on how this relatively easy task could be repeated in every local government across the Western world. The leaders of the departments can then choose fellow Masons (or their wives / daughters / sons) to work under them until everything in our midst is Masonic. Isn't that the way the world is today? Therefore, don't trust your local government at all times and at every point as the tribulation nears. Or, trust them as much as Jacob trusted Esau. Jacob gave Esau phony reverence. In the world of Esau, son betrays father to death, and father betrays son. Christ has called us to much better.

Compliments of Tim, the red stags in this Watford Chief are called "harts," and then the German Hart/Herd Coat uses red stags. There is a fasces at the bottom of the Watford Coat. Here's part of the write-up: "...a fasces, symbol of Roman government. This represents both the Roman remains of the area and the modern local government. The scallops were taken from the arms of the Clarendon family...On the chief are two harts to show that Watford is in Hertfordshire." Just like that, German Herds/Harts (first found in Bavaria) are traced to Hertford. "The motto is AUDENTIOR, meaning 'with greater boldness' and is taken from Virgil's Aeniad." The Watford Crest at houseofnames shows yet another arm and axe, now suspect as a symbol of Esus.

I don't think the fasces in the Watford Coat represents merely the Roman remains of the area, No one would use a Roman symbol for such a trivial reason. I suggest harder Vilnius' fasces. Both Watfords and Waterfords/Waterfields (water lilies) were first found in Northampton. The latter surname uses "fountains," which we saw in the Custes/Cass/Cash Coat when the weight scales of the Custes/Cass/Cash Crest was traced to the weight scales in the Arms of Vilnius. The same Arms of Vilnius use a fasces. Just like that, we have reason to trace Watfords and Waterford (and other clans using fountains) to SiemoWIT elements.

Time now for a look at the Bogen-like septs of Farquharsons. It just so happens that the Beaehan sept ("Numine" motto term) uses bows, as does the Bavarian Bogen surname. Long ago, I linked Bogens to the same-colored Bugs, and in this update the Bugs have been identified solidly with Beuehan-like Bunnys and Bunyans. The Beuehan Crest: "A quiver of arrows suspended" on a tree stump! It's the Rod(h)am tree stump so far as I can make out, and indeed both Rodhams and Beaehans were first found in Northumberland. It suggests that Rodhams were indeed proto-Rothschilds, as expected. The Beaehan page shows only these variations: Bowman, Boeman, Boyman, Boman.

The Rodham motto term, "alter," can now be linked more assuredly to the bow-using Altens...who use white on RED SHIELD like the Rodhams and Rothschilds. REMEMBER, the Rye Shield is also the Rodham Shield, suggesting the possibility of linkage to the rye-using Saddocks, meaning that Rothschilds -- founders of modern Israel -- trace to Sadducees.

I love it when things can be explained to concisely. I, your savage and long-winded dragon hunter, deserve it by now. Aeolus had nothing on me in his windbag. As LG recently emailed to say, my writings now rival a complete set of encyclopedia. I do declare, I should have something to reveal by now. There's coming a day, and it's already here, when people will only need to read recent writings to get the main ideas in a way that makes for convincing logic.

If you're convinced that Intaggart-septed Farquharsons were related to MacIntoshes/Intochs, then see the "nobilitat" motto term of German Altens, for Nobels and many similar septs are found in the MacIntosh list. The chevron of German Altens is colors reversed to the Beaehan chevron, and then the "Numine" motto term of the Beaehans should be code for arrow-using German Newmans, first found in western Germany, where the German Altens were first found.

Now it just so happens that Newmans were linked to MacCabes of Arran who use a green Shield, as do German Bauers and Scottish Bowers/Beauers!

The single Alten arrow is in the colors of the single arrow in this Rothschild/Rothstein Coat, and the latter clan was first found in Brunswick, where German Altens were first found. We are not a long distance here from the Varni, Treveri, and Esus theaters (see map), and so recall (for what's to come below) that the Varni / Treveri were linked (beginning two updates ago) to Gripps and such.

REMEMBER if you were reading not long ago, that the "Ubi" and "ibi" motto terms of the English Newmans is code for the Maccabee lines in Arran, that of the MacCabes/MacAbees (I had identified Tolkien's "Numenor" code as the island of Arran years ago, before coming to the MacAbees of Arran). I can now add that the Ubii Franks lived in western German. Near the end of this update, another "Ubi" term will be found once again in a Maccabee-suspect line (the Harris') linked solidly to Macshis/Maskalys and Pendragons.

[The Ubii] were transported in 39 BC by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa to the left bank [of the Rhine], apparently at their own request, as they feared the incursions of their neighbors the Chatti.

A colony for Roman veterans was founded in AD 50 under the patronage of Agrippa's granddaughter, Agrippina the Younger, who herself had been born at Ara Ubiorum, the capital of the Ubii. The colony derived its title from the names of Agrippina and her husband, the emperor Claudius...The Ubii were also at Bonna (Bonn) of the Eburones.

The Eburones are suspect as another line of Eburovices (i.e. line of Israeli chief priests), and there in the quote we find the Agrippa term amongst the Ubii. This history was well before Chlodoweg = Clovis, and it might just be that Clovis' name traces to "Claudius" elements amongst the Ubii, for Merovingians were an alliance of Franks on the Rhine. The MaccaBEEs could be part of the bee symbol of both the Ubii and Clovis' father, Childeric, and to this it can be added that I trace the Chill/Child surname to the Hebron surname of Chillingham, and that together the two clans are traced to Eschol in Hebron. I say this here because I identify Eschol with Skull and Bones, and there above we see the Bonn(a) location of the Ubii, not to mention that the Bunyan and Bunny surnames were already found link-able to Skull and Bon(n)es elements.

If the only problem with identifying Maccabees proper with the Ubii is finding the Macca-like entity that had merged with Ubii, consider that I have just finished tracing Clovis' mother, Basina, to Maschis of Rimini, and Meschins of the Bessin. The Bessin surname uses...bees. However, the Ubii may have been an offshoot of Maccabees proper. Until I or someone else finds how Maccabees had actually formed (before the first Franks appeared), these questions are a fog. My last attempt at the formation of Maccabees was in the Boii of Pannonia, but then I trace Bauers, and Bavaria's founders, to Boii.

AGAIN, after the above was written, and while it wasn't at all on my mind, a Ubi" term was found (discussed at the end of this update) buried in the Harris motto. It was found at the very time that Harris' were linked solidly to Maschis of Rimini, a find made possible thanks in-part to the Rimini-like motto term of Harris'.

The Rimini Maschis/Maskalys had been traced to the Remi stamped at the map above, smack beside Exxon-like Axona. It just so happens that Exxon-like terms were traced to Esus' esox symbol, and Axona is not far west of the Esus-worshiping Treveri. Remember, mythical Esus cut down trees (symbol), and Rodhams, part of this very discussion, use a tree stump.

Let's not forget that this discussion started with Farquharson septs, and that Farquharsons/Fergars are suspect as the Pharisee line (to Ferrari > Fergus), for Axona is just north of Paris. Plus, the Forker sept of Farquharsons evoked the "Over fork over" motto of Cunninghams. It just so happens that I traced (whether rightly or wrongly I am not able to prove yet) the Cunningham 'Y' symbol to York, founded by Parisii and Eburovices. (Both the Cunningham Crest and one Paris surname use unicorns.)

The Beauerman sept of Farquharsons smacks of Scottish Bowers/Beauers, and the Beauerman write-up: "It was a name given to a person who was the official bowerman, which means the servant who attended to the room of the bower." The Baweman and Baweham septs were first found in esox-suspect Essex, and ZOWIE, that was written while the Baweman Coat was loading. After it loaded, black boars!!! The surname is shown properly or "Borham/Borhunt."

THEN, ZOWIE, CHECK IT OUT, the Bowehan and Boweghan septs (smacks of "Bogen") bring up the bow-using Bowmans/Beaehans with the tree stump in Crest!!! Therefore, if we had any doubts that Bawemans and Bawehams were indeed black-boar Borhams, there's some added verification. It now seems undeniable, that Rothschilds were from the Esus human-sacrifice cult, though they are also tracing to Maccabees.

This is a good place to re-mention the trace of the Rothschild arrows to Hungarians / Khazars. For as Hungarian Magyars are being traced to Majors and therefore to MAYERdomos, let's not neglect that the first Rothschild was MAYER Bauer. As the Beaehans are now linking well to Skull and BONES, traced back to Eschol, note that the Schole Coat uses a Shield filled with black and white checks (almost), for the Major/Mayerdomo Shield is filled with the same colored checks. This recalls my accusation that George Bush Jr. invaded Iraq to do Rothschilds a favor. As most of us know by now, Bush's father, if not also himself, was of Skull and Bones.

The Boeman- and Boymen-like septs of Farquharsons bring up the same Bowman Coat, and as Rothschilds are tracing well to Sadducees, we need to ask whether the Boetus-line Sadducees apply to Boemans. Let's not forget that the Boy/Biye Coat uses the same bees as the Bessin Coat, and that the Boys/Biyes were first found in Berwickshire, one home of Bernicians whom I trace to Brunswick.

It's the Italian Boy/Boi/Bo/Bove/Bovaro Coat that uses a bull as evidence for the mythical Quinotaur line claimed for themselves by Merovingians. This latter Boy/Boi clan was first found too near to Boii-ruled Bologna to be coincidental. It just so happens that, while we have a Bonn location of the Ubii, Bologna was also called, Bononia. The stars in the Coat above are in the colors of the German-Bauer stars.

My job at present is to show coincidence after coincidence until too many of them prove to you that this is all true. Is that a bunch of five arrows in the Elvis Crest, bound in the middle by a green snake? Might "Elvis" be a form of "Eliphas"? Both arrow-using Altens and Elvis' were first found in Nottinghamshire, and of course the Alten Crest is Robin Hood.

Here's another coincidence: the pheons in this Johnson Coat. Up until now I've been insisting that pheons are one symbol for the Pontius-Pilate line, especially when they are in white on blue. I've also been saying that white roundels are a symbol of the Pilate line because heraldry masters called them "plates." The Swedish Johnson surname (another swan) just happens to use white-on-blue plates.

I wouldn't be on the Johnson surname had Tim not sent an email yesterday (I'm actually caught up on email for a change) to say that I should look at the Rome/Room surname which he found as one of the Johnson septs. You're going to see some verification here for my "science."

The Marjoroom sept of Johnsons was loaded, showing just these other variations: Marjoribanks, Majoribanks, Marchbanks, and Marjorum. Without speculating on the use of the "Major" version at this point, as it might link to Magyars of the Major/Magor kind, let's look first at the motto, "Custos et pugnax." It wasn't as long ago as three weeks when the Custis and Custes surnames were emphasized (1st and 2nd updates this month), and then the Custes' were just mentioned above on the same day of, and just before I opened, Tim's Johnson email.

I already know why the Rome surname is a Johnson sept, to be explained shortly, which should then explain why the Arms of Vilnius uses a Roman fasces. It should be interesting if we can link the axe at the top of the Roman fasces to the Esus axe.

The Custes surname was mentioned in the Watford discussion, and it just so happens that Tim sent in the Watford Coat too. It's a testament for me that God is wanting this aspect revealed, for Tim sent the Watford coat to show its fasces! Tim had no idea, I don't think, that the Johnson sept under discussion links to the Vilnius fasces by way of a "Custos" motto-term link to the weight scales in the Arms of Vilnius. It's all too "coincidental" not to be another revelation of God through him.

When the Custis and Custes surnames were being emphasized, it was gleaned that Custes were from mythical Castor, brother of Pollux. That is, it seemed that Castor (details in 2nd update this month) was in Lithuania (beside Poland) partly because I have been tracing "Pollux" to "Poles" for years. I now find a Custes motto term alongside the pugnax term, and Pollux was a pugilist = boxer. Pugincidence? The motto's translation, however, uses "champion" rather than "boxer," for which there could be a good reason.

But first's things first. When checking the symbol in the Marjoroom Chief, it turned out to be a cushion. That made me very happy because I've been keeping a look-out to show that the Kilpatrick-Chief cushions are code for the Custis / Custes bloodline. I link Kilpatricks to Pattersons/CUSSANEs, you see, and then link Cussanes to the Custes/Cash/Cass surname. But if it's not enough to find a cushion in the Marjoroom Chief, there are cushions also in the Chief of the Scottish Johnson Chief, and that Coat uses the same colored saltire as Kilpatricks.

If that's not enough, both Marjorooms and Johnsons were first found in Dumfries, where Kilpatricks were first found. But there is more: I had linked the heraldic spur symbol to Butteri and consequently to Kilpatricks and other Texas elements, and now I find a spur in the Scottish Johnson Crest!!! Thank you Tim, this is excellent.

It had been gleaned that the Botter star should be called a "lone star" because Botter cowboys were suspected ancestors of Texas cowboys. For those who don't know, Texas is called the "lone-star state." The Botter star is red on white...the color of the Marjoroom lone star!!!!!!!!!! That's how awesome Tim's email has become.

Castor was given a horse symbol by the ancients, conspicuous where his line is now linking to horse-training Butteri cowboys.

We have Johnsons first found in DUMfries, and then the "Numquam" motto term of Scottish Johnsons is used by Evers/Ivars (Hebrew suspects), first found in DUMbarton. Here's the Johnson write-up: "Johnson is a name whose roots are found in the clans of the Boernician (Eber-like) people of ancient Scotland...Most instances of the name are thought to come from the barony of John's Town in Annandale, Dumfriesshire. There is a heraldic similarity with the Kirkpatrick family coat of arms, leading to the belief that John was a descendant of Gospatrick, Earl of Northumberland. Gilbert, son of John received a parcel of land in southern Annandale from William Bruce, Lord of Annandale, some time between 1195 and 1214."

This apparently traces Johnsons to the Ananes and the Eburovices of Brescia, and for that reason conjures up the pagan Levite in the book of Judges, called Jonathan. It's complete speculation on my part that Jonathan developed a cult named after himself, but I continue to advance that theory. I lump Jonathan in to the Hyksos that became Samson Danaans, through Mount Hermon=Sion, and into the Adana and Cati parts of Cilicia as the Cadmus line.

What could we expect "Jonathan" to be in Greece but an Ona- or Iona-like term? It just so happens that Cadmus had a daughter, Ino, whom I traced to INAchus, founder of Argos, and then Argives descended from the Cilicia theater that I've just mentioned. Cadmus had another daughter, Semele, mother of the wine-line that was also "Oeneus." Khyan had one son, Yanassi, and if he was the first-born of the Exodus account, might not Khyan have named a second son by a similar term? By what coincidence is it that I traced the Yonges to mythical Juno (whom Etruscans called, Uni) on the Una=Oeneus river, but then also to the proto-Arpads at the Ticino river, where Laevi lived??? I kid you not, none of this idea, that Yonges may have been the Jonathan-Levite line, was on my mind at that time...because it has just occurred to me now.

Ionia was also "Ionin." "A fragmentary Linear B tablet from Knossos (tablet Xd 146) bears the name i-ja-wo-ne..." Knossis? Could that be a hard-C Jonas? Hmm, note the "prince of lilies" ( a priest-king) at the Knossis article, keeping in mind that the lily-using Lys surname was first found in the same place as the French Levi surname. I realize that a trace of the French lily=lys to Knossos (Crete) tends to obliterate my theory that the French lily derived from the Saraca fish in Ragusa, a location earlier called, Laus, but then I did trace "Ragusa" (and area) to the Rhea (bull) cult on Crete.

The Saraca fish was traced to an earlier fish symbol of Cadmus at Budva/Butua, a place traced to Cadmus-branch Boiotians. The bull that Cadmus followed to his founding of Thebes in Boiotia was Ino, I realized, who went on to become the white Io cow of Argos. Cadmus' sister, Europa, was the white bull of Crete, you see, and so the idea is that Cadmus Tyrians, taking a continental route west, linked up with sea-faring Europa Tyrians from Crete, and together moved into the Budva theater, near Kotor where the Saracas are known to have been before moving to Ragusa. Hence, a Saraca merger with Cadmus / Europa elements seems certain in getting the fish symbol to Saracas. If the Cretan lily bloodline was amongst the Saracas, there you have a motive for a lily modification from the Saraca fish.

The Oeneus river (a Sava-river tributary) was north up the coast from Budva. I've never taken well to the supposed fact that "Ionia" was from Biblical "Javan," son of Japheth, and yet I do note that the Oeneus river is in the theater of Japodes. Ionians were related to Dorians, and I trace mythical Doris and Nereus to the Neretva river Daorsi peoples not far from Butua on this map.

There's a lot of things going through my mind. It's too early to trace Ananes to "Jonathan" and/or "Oeneus" elements, though the Inyaney variation of the Annan(dale)s seems a good fit, especially as the Inces/Inis' were traced to the Incerum location (shown on the latter map) near the junction of the Oeneus river with the Sava. As the Breuci are stamped beside Incerum, I traced that location to the Insubres beside Brescia's proto-Bruces. This area was the proto-Roman Illyria, where Jupiter and Juno derived.

When the idea hit me above (it may not have been the first time, I faintly recall it from another day) that Yonges were the Juno = Jonathan cult, I was trying remember what surname it was in this update that used a black-on-gold lion aside from the Sitlers, for I had traced the Jonathan Levite to the Sam/Sammes surname (Essex!) using blood drops on a black-on-gold lion, like the blood drops on the Jones lion (Pattersons use blood drops on a black-on-white lion). It took me until now to remember that the John Yonge Coat uses a gold lion partly on black Shield, i.e. colors reversed from the Sam/Sammes lion. As the John Yonge Coat is identical to the Welsh Trevor Coat, and as both Trevors and John Yonge were Welshmen, it stands that their lion could link to the Jones lion, for it too is a Welsh Coat.

The Simms/Simes Coat uses an axe too, as do Welsh Johns/Jones. Simms/Simes also use ravens, as do Welsh Johns/Jones. The Simms/Simes motto uses "labore," which is the entire motto of the raven-using Mackies/Mackeys that are suspect as MacCabe/MacAbee branch Maccabees.

How many times have you seen "scribe" in a heraldic write-up? Some English translations of the Bible call the chief priests of Israel, "scribes," and so ask why "Scribes and church officials" is a phrase in the Jones write-up? Why are there "Heb" terms in the Jones motto?

Recalling that, not long after tracing Pontius' Pilate's birth to Yonges, they were traced to Duffs, see further down the Jones write-up: "The name Jones, currently one of the most prolific in the world, descends from three main sources: from Gwaithvoed, Lord Cardigan, Chief of one of the 15 noble tribes of North Wales in 921; from Bleddyn Ap Cynfyn, King of Powys; and from Dyffryn Clwyd, a Chieftain of Denbighland. All three lines merged in Denbighshire about the 11th century and it is not known which of the three can be considered the main branch of the family." Dyffryn Clwyd??? And why DENbigh, since Jonathan appears to have been impinged upon the book of Judges when the accounts of Samson Danaans were added.

What of Bleddyn CYNfyn, having a Khyan-like surname, and a first name like the Danish Blade surname using white pheons, symbol also of the Pilate Coat? The Blade pheons are in white on green, colors I assign to some Maccabees lines. I now link the Blade surname to the Dane king, Harald BLATand "Bluetooth."First, I have already linked the German Blate/Platt surname to the wine bloodline because it uses a grape vine. It could be indication of links to the Jonathan line to the Jones' of Bleddyn relations, you see.

The Jones' use a blue Shield, the color of Blatand's tooth. I don't much believe that "Blatand" meant "bluetooth," but the idea apparently caught on. Note that Pilates use a blue Shield too, for of course Blade / Blate / Platt smack of "Pilate." Both Jones' and English Platts use a white-on-blue Shield, the colors of the Pilate pheons. Checking the Tooth surname, what do we find but the white-on-red griffin of the Italian Ali surname that I now trace to the griffin in the Arms of ALESsandria! Didn't I just suggest that Yonges of the Alessandria / Laevi theater linked to Jones because both were the Jonathan-Levite bloodline? AND, purple grapes, as with the Blates/Platts, are used also by the Levi-like Levine surname.

PLUS, the Tooth Coat uses ostrich feathers in the colors of the Traby/Sadowski 'Q', which for me verifies all the more everything now being claimed, for Welsh Trevors were, not only Trabys, but ostrich-feather-using Tudors. Tooths use a "PERSEverantia" motto term, and Blades are said to have a BURSEblade bloodline. The Burse Coat is much like the three black-on-white horizontal bars of the Trebizond Empire, and moreover Burses were first found in Somerset, where Purses/Pierces and Percivals were first found.

The idea of "Blatand" meaning "bluetooth" comes from "dent" = tooth. The Tooth write-up: "First found in London, where Hugo cum dentibus ('Hugo with the tooth') was living in 1102." By what coincidence is it that the Dent surname may have been from "D'Ent" and therefore of the Ends/Enders, a surname like AlessANDRia"? The Dents are the ones using ermined lozenges in colors reversed to the ermined Shaw lozenges, and Shaws are traced by me to the Caiaphas line suspect as the Laevi line.

Here's the Dante write-up: "The surname Dante came from the Latin word durants which means to endure, to persevere or to persist." Does that mot make it obvious that the "perseverantia" motto term of Tooths related to the Dante surname, properly shown as "Durant"? We hereby discover that Hugh dentibus was likely a Durant, which I trace confidently to the Durance river (south-east France) because English Durants/Dants show the Sale-Coat fleur-de-lys.

Swedish Anders use the same colored scallops as the English Platts, which are the colors of the Patterson/Cussanes scallops too, important here because Pattersons/Cussanes are the ones with the blood drops on a lion. It just so happens that white-on-blue were the colors of a Mieszko line to Moray, and that Seagers/Sugars use white-on-blue, a (Sadducee-suspect) clan suspect from Sigrid, daughter of Mieszko. Sigrid had married a Danish king, Forkbeard (a Farquhar/Forker?), son of Bluetooth.

Aha! The Sweet surname (in the colors of the Tooths) was likewise first found in Somerset, as with Burses, which serves as evidence that Sigrid = Swietoslawa was indeed represented by the Sweet surname because Burses (Somerset too) are suspect as BurseBLADes.

The Toothill surname may now apply, not only because it uses Platt/Blatt colors, but because it's Crest is a "A cornish chough." If Toothills apply to Tooths, then I would trace Tooths to Tuttels, Touts/Toots (in Tooth colors), and therefore to Oliphant lines. Moreover, as the cornish chough looks like a raven, while the chough comes on a Coat showing both the Mackie/Mackey lion and raven, the raven-using Tates also seem to apply. The Cough/Cuff Coat uses the Sale fleur better than the Dantes/Durants.

AHA! Wikipedia tells that Forkbeard was also known as "Tuck," and then Tokers/Tuckers (more blood drops) were first found to the south of Somerset, and moreover they use a chevron with what I've in the past called "teeth"!!! Remember too, MacinTOCHs/Toshes use a "Touch" motto term so as to appear related to Tokers/Tuckers. Touches use a lion in colors reversed to the colors of the Blade pheons.

I would suggest that Blatand was not named after "bla-dent," but rather after the idea of Blade-Anders, that being probably the Pilate line merger with Anders elements. The washed finger is pointing to AlesANDRIA, and then let's not forget that "plates" are used by Swedish Johnsons. Swietoslawa was married first to a Swede, if that helps to trace "Swiet" and Sweets to Swedes. Amid the Johnson plates is a swan, the symbol too in the Blate/Platt Crest, fully expected where the Blade bloodline has already linked to Percivals. And Scottish Johnsons use pheons too.

Likely, Percival was called the Grail King because he represented the Parisii, and they lived where the Lys and Levi surnames (not to mention the grail-suspect Chappes) were first found. Pilettes, remember, also use grails. But as Johnsons are easily traced to Butteri Latins, let's not forget the grail in the hand of Babylon the Great, for she is a picture of Roman imperialism.

The Rome/Room sept of Johnsons suggests a trace to the Butteri Romans. And then the Marjoroom trace to Vilnius traces Butteri Romans, in particular, to Vilnius...and to the Ananes, as expected. Remember, Butteri are suspect as Bozrah's Esau-ites, and perhaps it's worth introducing the BUDs on the staff held by the man (supposedly Moses, but I'm skeptical) in the Arms of Vilnius.

In an update this month, Vilnius / Lithuanian elements were traced to the Cornwall peninsula, but at that time the same elements were traced to Bute. It just so happens that the Bud surname (bows and arrows) was first found in Cornwall, and uses the colors of the Butts/Butes (there is a Bude location in Cornwall). Buds use a seven-pointed star in the colors of the Butt/Butt six-pointed estoile. The Bud star is inside a blue roundel called a "hurt," used also by Irish Arthurs, and for me this is the king-Arthur link to Bute = Avalon.

The bows and arrows in the Bud Coat suggest the Hussian and/or Csikos Hungarians that were a model on warfare practices using bows and arrows on horseback. I traced Hussians to Hessians, and smack beside Hesse is a related Castor-like Cassel region. It's as though Castor was named after a Cassi-like peoples, and "Csikos" could apply. Csikos are Hungarian horse trainers, and then I trace other arrow symbols to Hungarians anyway, especially the Rothschild and Bower arrows. Emailer Patterson introduced Csikos to this discussion because she feels that they linked to Butteri. The Bud-Coat arrows might just be evidence for that link.

Avalon traces to Avellino in CAMPania, which recalls the "champion" term used (by Marjorooms) to describe the Pollux line. I identify Leda > Pollux as the Spartan Leto > Apollo, and then trace "Apollo/Abello" to "Abellinum = Avellino." The Camps/Champs and related Campbells of the Bute theater now come forcefully to the page as Marjoroom / Johnson kin.

Recalling that "Vilnius" traced to the Fond de Ville surname (links to Fontanas with fountain symbol, symbol also of the Custes'/Cash's) of Languedoc, and that these Villes were partnered with Contes of Languedoc, who apparently joined as the Contevilles leading to one parental side of Hugh Lupus, consider that the other side of Hugh Lupus (uncle of le Meschin) was a Goz, reflecting "Gospatrick," the term to which the Johnson write-up traces.

When the Waterford/Waterfield "fountains" (just water waves, used also in the Arms of Vilnius) were shown shortly above, as I was linking the surname to Watfords with the fasces, the WaterVILLE variation was noted, at which point I wondered whether it linked to the Fond de Villes. In fact, here's the Waterford write-up: "Waterford is an ancient Norman name...Their name, however, is a reference to ValtierVILLE, in the Seine-Inferieur region of France..." To me that sounds like the Walsers that were named after Wallis/Valais canton (thanks to FE for that important bit some years ago), where Seine-like Sion is a major city.

It just so happens that the Waterford/Waterville Coat (Macey Shield, Meschin-related talbot) uses "water lilies," and lilies became symbol for the Lys clan...that I trace to the Lys river in Aosta, where Walsers are known to have lived!!! This is also excellent because I traced mythical Melusine, shown with two tails in the Walser Coat, to the Lys entity. [As I reveal below that Johnsons were Maceys from Fertes, let me add here that the Lys river is in the Ferrat region of Aosta.]

There is no necessary contradiction in tracing the lys = lily symbol both to Aosta and to Budva/Butua, for the Butes/Butts use an estoile.

Suddenly, we have a trace of Uat elements of the Watford / Waterford kind to Vilnius as well as to Wallis/Valais, jibing with the trace made earlier of Vilnius elements to Sion/Sitten. The first inkling of a Vilnius trace to Sion was in the 2nd update this month, where Justins were identified solidly with Vilnius:

Entering "Just" brings up Swiss Justen(berg)s, interesting because the "sine" term of the Justin Coat has been traced [as per other surnames using it] to Sion/Sitten, Switzerland. The Just/Justenberg Coat (arrowheads) is even red and white, the colors of Sion. It just so happens that entering "Sion" brings up swans in the Swan/Swayne Coat. That's Castor-important because he was born with the swan as his father.

Hmm, MeluSINE.

Remember, Johnsons use a swan too, and I've been asking whether Johnsons / Johnstones were Justins somehow. The Justice Coat ("causa" motto term) uses weight scales too, and these are play on "scales of JUSTICE," even as the axe in the fasces is a symbol of Roman justice (either shape up to Roman law, or get your head cut off, was the literal meaning). The English Justice Coat is identical to the Justin Coat, and in the Justice write-up: "The same rolls includes records of John le Justice in Oxfordshire and Henry Justis in Buckinghamshire." Why John le Justice? It just so happens that I linked the Biblical pagan Levite, Jonathan, to the line of the Exodus pharaoh, Apachnas, whom I trace to Bucking(hams)s.

Entering "JohnSTONE" gets the Johnson symbols but also a Gaelic Maclain variation. Going to the Maclain surnames, we find them reportedly rooted in "John." The same occurs when entering "Macie," but something is very fishy here, for these Macies, said to be from "John" = "Ian," are also shows as Kains / Kanes / Keans while Kanes and Keons both use a fish, the same fish as the two Maclain Coats.

It's been a while since mentioning that the Keon fish, because it is white on blue, was the first inkling I had that it should trace to the same-colored Saraca fish (see Wikipedia article on Saraca). The fact that German Butes/Butts use a fish suggests that they trace to the Budva/Butua fish, and therefore likely to the Saraca fish. But then Johnsons were Butteri, and so we easily find reason for linking Johnsons to the John clan of Macies/Ians/Kains/Kanes/Keans. That in a nutshell tends to prove the correctness of a Keon trace to Saracas, but also it tends to support a track of pharaoh Khyan blood through the Cadmus cult.

Macies above were first found in Argyllshire, not only where champion-like Campbells were first found, but beside/amongst the Mackies/Mackeys (arrow) of Ayrshire (still in Bute theater) who use the Mackesy/MARGaret lion. This is made more fishy because entering "Margy" brings up the Mackie/Mackey Coat above. In other words, the MARJoroom sept of Johnsons were the Margy/Mackeys and Margeson/Mackesy clans. Once again, this is a Macey / Massey trace to the Exodus pharaoh.

Yes, both the Maclains and Macies/Ians/Kanes use a red eagle, symbol of Feres of Ferte-Mace, Norman origin of Maceys. It's just what I've been saying by other means, that the Exodus pharaoh had a line from a pagan Jonathan cult of Danaans that became the scalloped Samsons and Meschins. Thanks to GD, we will see below how it was that Ranulf le Meschin was of Macey elements (it's been a mystery to me for years). Online we may read that pharaoh Khyan meant "John." Khyan named his first-born, whom I say died in the 10th Plague of Moses, Yanassi, much like "Jonathan."

As I say that it was Khyan's proto-Massey household that named Moses, note that Moses is supposedly used in the Arms of Vilnius. What Christian motive could there have been in using Moses when the creators of the Arms also uses a pagan Roman-empire symbol? Either it wasn't really Moses to begin with, or it's Moses as code for the Meshwesh/Mazyes line...from Amazons. Remember, the Astikas clan of Vilnius (using a wolf) merged with 666-suspect Trabys whom I trace to Trabzon in the original land of Amazons...the Themiscyra land depicted by Artemis, wolf-line sister of Apollo.

LOOK AT WHAT JUST HAPPENED. The Marjoroom Coat was re-loaded to have another study of it, when I noted the white Shield and black Chief, used also by Derths/Ayrths, first found in Stirling (beside Perthshire). Recall from above the link of the Johnsons / Marjorooms to Pontius Pilate, for the Derths/Ayrths became highly suspect in Pilate's birth to a Perthshire-related Pictish woman. At the very time that this was going through my mind, the Villin surname that I had recently linked to Vilnius came to mind while looking at the Vilnius term in the paragraph above. Loading the Villin Coat at that moment, it was the Derth/Ayrth Coat exactly!!! I had known this before but had forgotten.

We now have further reason, therefore, for tracing Marjorooms -- and the Rome and Room septs of Johnsons -- to Vilnius' fasces symbol. It just so happens that English Justices/Justins were first found in Norfolk, as with Villins, while Scottish Justices/Justins were first found in Perthshire. Romes/Rooms use "Pungit sed placit," and it just so happens that the Place/Plaiz surname (axe) was likewise first found in Norfolk.

Let's not forget that Walsers (axe) of Valais were identified with Valerius-Gratus elements (because he traces to the Valais/Valour surname) that I suspect were immediately ancestral to Pilate's birth. I had reasoned that Pilate's father was a Butteri related to Valerius Gratus, which father is said (by others) to be a Roman ambassador to Perthshire's Caledonians, and we have just seen that Johnson's were Kilpatrick- and Vilnius-related Butteri. To now find Justices/Justins, suspect as a branch of Johnsons, in Perthshire, may begin to reveal the chief priests that I gleaned amongst the same Caledonians that gave Pilate birth.

Let me put it this way, that while it was the line of Israel's Caiaphas that was gleaned in Perthshire, I am now finding the Jonathan priestly line there. If you were convinced above that Johnsons were linked to Yonges, and therefore to Justine-related Trabys, let me remind that I trace CALEDonians to "Khaldi" of the Trabzon theater.

As it's the Marjorum Coat that uses the Botter lone star, one should expect Botter relations with both Derths/Ayrths and Astikas. The Derths/Ayrths had been identified as king Arthur's Camallan-river (i.e. the Allan river in Stirling) clan, related to the Bute- and AYRshire-theater Arthurs. It just so happens that Johnsons use a NumQUAM motto term smacking on the one hand of the Arran = Numenor entity (beside Bute) where some Maccabees lived, and smacking of mythical CAMallan elements on the other hand...whom I have already identified as Cam(p)bells/Cammels of Argyllshire. By what coincidence is it that the "champion" motto term is used by Marjorooms?

If true that Johnsons were of the pagan-Jonathan Levitical priesthood, then we would expect a Johnson trace to Laevi and Ananes. The Place/Plaiz surname, only suspect as the representation of a Rome/Room motto term, reflects Placentia/Piacenza, one place that Ananes resided. That's very important here because Johnsons were first found in Annandale. Assuming that Ananes named the Biblical chief priest, Annas/Ananias, or vice versa, consider that he named his son, Caiaphas, whom I trace to various terms including "copia," wherefore what of the Place/Plaiz write-up: "This name can be traced to the Old French word plais, which meant an enclosure or coppice surrounded by a fence of living wood." COPPICE???

Did you catch "enCLOSure," smacking of Closeburn, where Kilpatrick Butteri lived who use the Levi lion?

There happens to be a Coppick surname, first found in Cheshire, and in fact the write-up traces to one individual in East Cheshire, which is, if I'm not mistaken, the location of Macclesfield, the city using the "copia" motto term indicated above. When it was indicated, I had not yet seen the Coppick Coat. Copincidence? No, I don't think so. All of the Coppick endings, one being "pock," smack of Apachnas. There is a Pock/Pockin surname using horseshoes, a common symbol of Poles. In colors reversed, Scottish Pocks (Ayrshire, near the Pollocks/Polks) are shown properly as Picks/Pikes/Pickens. I tend to trace Pikes to Lithuania's Geddes bloodline.

Pollocks are expected in the Johnson bloodline, anyway, because Pollocks are a sept of Maxwells who are in turn a branch of Kilpatricks.

The line of Doris, one wife of Herod the Great, was recently traced to Tortona, and to Pollocks that were themselves linked to Vienne (Poitou area), where one Herod of Israel had been banished. At that time (2nd update this month), the Pollock trace I make routinely to the Spanish Pelaiz surname was mentioned as per possible lines of another Herod of Israel who was banished to Spain. In this picture, it looks good for a Rome/Room link to the Place/Plaiz surname. I haven't mentioned Philistines much, but did find that Romans were largely infected by them. Placentia is suspect by me as a Philistine center.

When starting the Boscath investigation, I had traced some refugees (I think this was a Biblical story, but I cannot recall other details) from Boscath to a Make-like location on the Philistine coast. It was in regards to tracing the Kilpatrick "make" motto term to that location, but also in regards to a Butteri trace to Boscath. I can now add what just occurred to me, that the "FALCon" surname is a "PHILIStine" element of the Butteri kind, for the English Botter falcon is in the Crest of the French Falcon surname, using Italian-Botter colors in the Coat.

The Conte chevron is colors reversed to the English Falcon chevron. That's a new thing here, that Contes and Contevilles were a Butteri branch, but then the same was expected when Font de Villes were traced to Johnson elements.

It just so happens that Falcons were first found in Languedoc, and checking the Conte Coat, sure enough it and the Falcons both use a white-on-blue crescent. Moreover, Falcon variations include FalCONT and FalCOND, terms that easily corrupt to "Fond" (de Ville). In other words, Contes and fontana-related Fonds look like one Falcon family with diverse variations, tracing to the waves in the Vilnius Arms and therefore suspect as founders of Vilnius. As we have just seen that Butteri are suspect unto that same Vilnius trace, a trace of "Astikas" to the Bute/Butt estoile looks good to this point. And as Castor's horse line in Lithuania is suspect as the Butteri line, note that both the Ests/Easts and Butes/Butts use the very same horse design.

To further support a Falcon trace to "Philistine" elements, the Spanish Pelaiz checks had been linked to the Spanish Majors/Mayerdomo checks at the time that Pollocks were being traced to Herods of Spain. I now find that Spanish Falcons (Catalonia) also use black and white checks, as do Majors/Mayerdomos (Navarre), and both surnames were first found in the same Spanish regions.

It just so happens that Falconers/Faulkners use a heart centrally! That's a suspected Herod symbol, you see. This clan was first found in Angus and is therefore highly suspect in the birth of Pontius Pilate. As you can see that Falconers came up as per a Forkner surname, let's add that Forkners and Falconers are shown as septs of Keiths. Catti, that is, from Esau-suspect Hesse.

"Forkner" evokes the Forker sept of Pharisee-suspect Farquharsons, identified in this update with the MacDonald-Farquhar link to Pilate's birth. It just so happens that other Keith septs include Hagger-using terms, perhaps linkable to Perthshire's Hagar(t)s. It could be added that "Hagar" is a Hayer / Ayre / Eyre suspect term, and therefore may be lumped for the time being in with the "ear" symbol of Israel's chief-priest line. Both Hagars and Danish Johnsons use a white Zionist star.

The Keith septs include Haggerston, who are also Hawkerstons and Halkerstons. They use a bend in Botter-bend colors!!! Those exclamatons are for the suspicion that the Butteri falcon links to HAWKerstons. The Haggerston/Hawkerston bend is cotised.

It just so happens that I got to Falcon topic without anything to do with an email sent from GD just days prior:

Fulco had his fief at Aunou le Faucon on the Orne River a little to the south east of the now town of Argentan in Normandy. Planche quoting the historian le Prevost says that the name "Faucon" meaning the falcon, was a designation derived from the repitition of the name Fulco during several generations of its ancient possessors. Fulco d'Aunou was the "hunter of the Orne".

I'm not sure whether "Orne" can be applied to the Doris/Orris, Orr/Ore, and/or Oriel/Orell surnames, but in any case did you see "Argentan," much like the Argenson location of Normandy, the location of Mackesys/Margesons? As the latter clan has just been linked to Marjorooms with a Majoribank variation, what about possible linkage to Majors/Mayerdomos? As you may know, "Mayer" is a "Jewish" name. We then find, in the above article, which by the way seems to have been written by a Jack d'Or:

Fulco was one of the great Norman French barons and a guardian and later confidant of William the Conqueror. He was born about 1004 [prior to the first Crusade]. His father was Baldric le Teuton of Bacqueville, on the Caux River near Dieppe in Normandy who was also called Baldric de Bacqueville Senior. Baldric in turn was the son of Wiger or Wigerius, born 952, who in turn was a likely member of a Jewish trading family brought into Normandy by Duke Richard the First to promote trade in the region. Baldric was married to Clare de Clare a daughter of Richard de Clare (born 948) and Rohesia (born 959), a natural daughter of Duke Richard the First and a concubine of name unknown. Clare was a full sister of Geoffrey de Brionne. Fulco was a second cousin of William the Conqueror.

One can't get much more Templar than that, keeping in mind that a Baldwin became the first official king of Templar Jerusalem, to be followed by Fulk V. But were these peoples truly Jews, or were they Edomite and other kinds of Hebrews? Khazars had practiced Judaism, for example, and Sephardics of Spain were regarded as "Jewish" too. Then there were the Jews whom Templars killed (in France) because they wanted to become involved in Templar Crusades, and these may have been the real Jews.

Rollo was a Clair/Claro, and the Rollo Coat uses "tout," as do Oliphants, which now, as per Balderick de Teuton above, recalls the possibility that the tout terms had to do with Teuton-branch Crusaders. Remember too that Rollo has been said to have been husband to Poppa of Valois while the Valois/Valais Coat smacks of the Tuttel/Toothill Coat, both using white-on-blue crescents...just like the Contes and Falcons!!! Again, there is a good chance that "Valais," as per the Swiss canton, traces to "Vilnius," for it was the Conte-related Fond de Villes who traced to Vilnius.

Suddenly, we have some good reason to assert, rather than to merely speculate, that proto-Templars were Oliphants = Edomites, which is what the speculation has suggested in recent months.

The article goes on to say: "Baldric, who was for some time in Apulia in Italy with the Norman contingent [i.e. the Guiscards] and here adopted as the family seal the crescent moon and star of the Byzantine empire which symbol was later adopted by the Ottomans and thence the religion of Islam." It rubs me the wrong way that this particular crescent belonged first to Byzantines, but in any case there we have the likelihood that Fulco adopted the crescent used by the surnames above. I tend to think that this crescent was adopted from the Saracens (whose leaders were named Timnah and Samsam) that Guiscards allied to, when warring against other Saracens.

Not only does the English Falcon/Fulchon Shield use the same chevron as Payens, but these Falcons were first found, as with the crescent-using Saracen surname, in Cumberland! I didn't know this when making the link in the paragraph above.

Not many months ago, I traced Speers to an alliance with Fulks of Anjou, explaining, for one, why English Fulkes were first in Norfolk, where the town of Sparres and Sprowestun are located. I now find that entering "Bacqueville," as per Baldric le Teuton of Bacqueville, father of Fulco, gets a surname using "Spero" in the motto. The Bacqueville Crest is a black wolf (head), symbol of the Saracen Crest! Not only is the Bacqueville surname first found in HEREfordshire, but it uses blue roundels = hurts!!! Again, Edomites are implied, and of the worst, Herod kind. It helps us to understand why Templars wanted Jerusalem, you see.

The Bacqueville surname is registered with what's shown properly as "BaskerVILLE" (Baskerville hounds?), from Boscherville (Normandy). If we had any doubts that Fulco of Bacqueville led to the Baskeville surname, see that the Bacqueville/Baskerville chevron is red on white, as with chevrons of Tancreds and Hawthorns (Guiscards had ancestry in Tancreds and HauteVILLES, the latter suspect as Hawthorns).

Moreover, the Basqueville/Baskerville wolf holds a "broken arrow," jibing with the several broken spears that come up, and are expected to come up in Fulk lines. The Broke/Brock surname is said to be from Anjou!

This is a good place to review the Back/Bach calf in the colors of the Payens/Pagans (Backs/Bachs use the Here and Herzog wing). Entering "Pach" brings up the same calf. The Basket surname is traced suggestively by its write-up to Pascals, whom I linked recently (rather strongly) to Payens/Pagans. I have traced Pagans to "Apachnas," and then I rarely see calves in heraldry. It just so happens that, while I identify Apachnas as the Exodus pharaoh, the Israelites were incited to make a golden calf -- not a gold cow or bull -- when rebelling against God during an early period in their Exodus.

In other words, it's as though heraldry masters, or at least the Back/Back clan itself, knew that this surname linked to Apachnas. The same may be true of the Bacque(ville)s, suggesting further that Fond de Villes and Contes had merged with an Apachnas line. That then traces an Apachnas' line via Contevilles to Hugh lupus D'Avranches and the Meschins > Mascis. You see, the Exodus pharaoh has just traced to Mascis...once again.

Why did the rebel Israelites chose to make a calf, anyway? Was it Apachnas' favorite god? After all, there were pro-Egyptian forces amongst the Exodus Israelites who incited them against their Exodus, and urged a return to pharaoh. I did find evidence that Hyksos were of the Anat and Baal cult, and Baal was a bull cult. Didn't I just trace the Exodus pharaoh to Cadmus, who followed a bull, which bull entity seems possibly to be the Jonathan > Ino > Inachus line to the Argos' cow goddess? The CadMUS > Semele line to the wine-cult Oeneus term went though Semele's son, Dionysus, himself depicted as a bull when his name was, BACCHUS!!! Therefore, when we find a gold calf in a Bach Coat, on a blue Shield the color of which I trace to "Khyan," what are we to think?

The symbol of Dionysus' wine came with insanity. You can imagine that the Exodus pharaoh, in his long gamble against the 10 Plagues, went mad when his empire finally fell apart, and a mad man might be given to drink heavily after the tenth plague took even his first-born son. Khyan's Egypt was able to hang on until his successor, Apophis came to power, but it was then taken by native Egyptians. There was a large money bag available, we may suppose, when the royals fled Egypt, and clearly they formed the white-bull cult of Tyre, and the Cadmus Tyrians too, from the powers that they retained in their money bag. Money buys power.

The idea that Dionysus turned water into wine is floating around the internet as "proof" that Jesus Christ was merely a cult of Dionysus. But I have never read any myth wherein Dionysus turned water to wine, and when it is claimed, no references are given by the writers. Don't be deceived. The Dionysus wine cult and it's rites were like the drugs and rock concerts of the modern age, and at times far worse. I was a follower of the Dionysus mind-set before becoming a Christian, and I assure you, it was heavily demonic, and of course destructive, especially to personality and responsibility. There is no resurrection in the Dionysus cult. The women who followed Jesus were not the deviant women of the Dionysus cult, which the cult made by design.

GD sent this in just days ago:

We obviously know that a family of Macey originated in Avranches (Normandy]. We have seen how Robert d' Avranches, who held the fief of Macey, south of Avranches (Loyd, 'Origins', pp. 11-12), was the father of Rualon d'Avranches, and that Robert d'Avranches was a degree of cousin of Hugh Lupus. When Hugh's nephew, Ranulf [le Meschin], was confirming gifts to his uncle's foundation, the representatives of the Macey family were Robert and Simon de Macey (Robert being Ruallon II...); grandsons of Ruallon de Avranches.

It's this that finally seems to explain why Ranulf de Briquessart was named "le Meschin."

As a reminder, the Fulco and Baldric characters were from Bacqueville, "on the Caux River near Dieppe". I tend to trace "Caux" to some variations of mythical Kay shown at his Wikipedia article. It's possible that the Kay/Key surname was of the Mackays / Maceys / Mackies/Mackeys and/or Macies/Ians/Keons, you see. And now we have the added trace of D'Avranches elements to Caux. The article above also has these snippets, with my comments in square brackets:

A contention of old was that the Heriz family [smacks of Herzogs] stemmed from a certain "Alselin."... At the time of the survey of Domesday, Goisfridus Alselin was lord of Shelford...Robert de Caux, the second so named, married Isabel de Ferrers, daughter of Robert de Ferrers (son of Henry de Ferrers)...[Hugh lupus D'Avrances gave some of his titles to the latter]

Goisfridus Alselin [Hugh lupus D''Avarances was a Goz/Gois on one said] was closely linked with Henry de Ferrers (as noted, closely associated with Gilbert Crispin II. at Senlac; Gilbert being the second-cousin of Robert de Bec-aux-Cauchois)...[Bec smacks of Backs/Bachs and Bacquevilles]

Bec-aux-Cauchois was synonomous with Bec-de-Caux...There seems little doubt that Robert "de Caux" was the "Robert of Domesday"...who held Edensor of Henry de Ferrers, and Bourg-Dun in Offranville, Dieppe...

Does it not seem from this that Bacqueville in the Caux area of Dieppe was responsible for "Bec"? Thanks to an emailer with Tuttel bloodline, I learned that a Toothill location was related to this Bec location. Once again, Esau-ites are involved.

The OffraVILLE location in Dieppe is Over-conspicuous because the article also mentions Overton. Earlier in this update, the Over surname was linked to Saddock-related Hevershams, i.e. Hebrew suspects, and to the Shores/Sures (i.e. Seir suspect) of MickleOVER (Derbyshire). The article has some things to say that lead to what could have been the Romans who gave birth to Pontius Pilate, for until now, I trace the Roman ambassador (Pilate's father) to the Ardea area of the Rome theater. Keep in mind as more clips are quoted that the Umfrravilles, the article's original topic, smack of "Offranville." The article makes a good case for linking Angus (= Innes elements) to Leicester's cinquefoil symbol, used also by Hamiltons, and so let me remind that the Kay/Key Coat uses what looks like the Ince / Inch bendlets:

Angus was an earldom created by writ of summons to parliament, the 25 Edward I., in the person of Gilbert de Umfraville...

Gilbert de Umfraville who married Matildis, the daughter and heiress of Malcolm, earl of Angus, in Scotland...was lord of Herbottil, Prudhoe [Herod suspect, and "Prud" has a praeter = priest feel to it]...This Gilbert de Umfraville on attaining his majority became a person of very considerable note, and in the 51 of Hen. III. obtained a grant for a weekly market, and a yearly fair at Overton in the county of Rutland, in which grant he is styled earl of Angus (Cart. 51, H3). In 1252 notice is made of "Willielmus de Hameldene" and the "maneria Hameldon' and Overton...Hambleton (Hameldon) and Overton in later times are described as villages in the parish in Oakham. It is easily perceived that a family of Hamilton may have descended from this stock.

Rutland is at Leicestershire, and I trace it to the ancient Rutili Latins at Ardea. I generally identify Ardea with Hebrews of the Arthurian cult, and in the past I've traced "Hamilton" to the god, Camulos, and therefore to Camulodunum=Camelot, and therefore to Kemuel, son of the Biblical Hebrew, Nahor.

The quote above suggests links between Overton and Offranville elements. It's too early to try to link these terms to "Oliver" / "Oliphard," but I can mention that the Shores of MickleOVER use "holly leaves." The Holly surname (which may ultimately trace to "holy" i.e. a priesthood) then uses torteaux in the same fashion as Inces/ Inch's and Oriels/Orells. Again, the Kay Coat is like the Ince and Oriel Coats, and Kays were (according to Kay myth) descended from, or at least merged with, Kinners of Fife (beside Angus), and Ectors first found in Angus. I do declare, the Ananes and leave-depicted "holy" Laevi had been in Angus, Fife and Perthshire, and then the ABERdeen area to their north side was named, says me, after the Hebrews called Kabars.

These Aberdeen Kabars seem likely to trace to Leslie and Drummond Hungarians, but then Hungarians were traced to Juno at Rome. It was the Yonge surname, suspect first of all at the birth of Pilate, that traced to Juno. The Orrins/Orums (i.e. like "OFFRANville") were from "Owrum," possibly "OVERum," and were first found in Aberdeenshire. Their Coat suggests linkage to the Traby-colored Lombard/Limbaugh surname. I say Traby-colored, not only because Yonges were linked to Trabys in the D'Avrances theater, but because Lombards were in Huntingdon, the place that's suspect as representing the Traby hunting horn.

To make the link between Mickleover in DERBYshire and the Overton entity in Hamilton-related Leicestershire, the Mickle surname is of excellent help. It's not only in Traby colors too, and not only does it use two spurs of the cowboy type, AND WOWWIE NOT ONLY A BLACK AND GOLD hunting horn (colors of the Traby bugle!), but the write-up: "Today, Meikle Loch is an inland loch in Aberdeenshire...Meikle Earnock is a suburb in the south of Hamilton, Scotland..." I kid thee not, my fellow out-on-a-limb-ers, I had not checked the Mickle Coat until after everything above this paragraph was already written. I love it when things like that happen; otherwise, I'd be falling off the tree too often.

Therefore, Mickles were Traby related, and the Mickle finger of fate points to Mieszko Poles. The Mickle spurs suggest the Butteri, and it just so happens that I have two developed theories (not necessarily contradicting) on Pilate's father: he was a Butteri Latin, and from Ardea-Latin elements. Note the Crusader cross in the Mickle Crest.

You may recall the last time that I was on the Mickle surname, expounding on the Latin line of Liddesdale, where the surname was first found. The Mickle Coat is also in the colors of Michaels/Mitchells, Meschins, Leaders and Ladds/Ladons, all related clans in my opinion. We could be on a chief Ladon-line of the anti-Christ system here. As was said before, the Mickle motto, "Vincit veritas," is a reversed version of the Keith (Lothian) motto. The Lord has a bone to pick with Lotan, and with Eliphas who chose Lotan for his ally.

It therefore appears that the Over surname, first found in Cheshire but also in neighboring Derbyshire, related to Mickleover and Overton-et-al entities. The "gold bird" in the Over Crest holds an OLIVE branch, that being one piece of evidence for an Over link to Olives / Olivers / Liefs and therefore to Laevi Ligurians...whom are suspect at Leicestershire anyway.

Until now, I have emphasized Salyes Ligurians with Meschins, but why not also a Meschin link to Laevi? I link Salyes to Meschin-related Talbots, and then the Over bend is colors reversed to the French Talbot and German Tall bends. The "fret" on the Over bend suggests the Ferte-Maces, especially as the Over Coat is in Bellamy colors. The Over write-up: "Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Over, held by Earl Hugh Lupus, Earl of Chester and the northwest, who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086."

Back now to the Ends/Enders, suspect as a Dent-branch Esau-ite line of the Esso-Tiger kind. The Arthurs with stated Gabrain ancestry were identified as Mac(C)Arthys, but the latter were first traced in particular to Pendragon elements of Cornwall. Ends/Enders show Endegeest and Endgasser variations, comparable to the Pendergast and Pendergrass variations of Irish Penders (first found in Wales), who must be a Pendragon/Pendreigh branch. If Ends/Enders trace to Alessandria, as might be expected, then I'll add that "Gabrain" is possibly from the Gavi location of Alessandria.

It was to Gavi that I traced a certain Gavril Radomir of Bulgaria, though I don't expect that Gavril's name links in particular to the Gabrain)... [Insert -- Before going on, I made a major goof in the first update of September. Neglecting to check for the date of Gavril's death, it turned out to be as soon as he became the Bulgarian king, which means that he couldn't have been the husband of queen Margaret of Scotland born in the next generation. Making such mistakes costs me in time to make corrections, and moreover gives readers the impression that I'm sloppy. I definitely don't have the time to avoid risking sloppiness when it comes to genealogies.

The updates have been altered to reflect that Gavril, known to be married to a "Margareth of Hungary," may have been married to Agatha, mother of queen Margaret of Scotland (that's not to say that Gavril was queen Margaret's father). Gavril's father (Samuel) was married to an Agatha, you see, and she may have become "Margareth of Hungary." That's the good theory because it can explain the coincidence of Agatha=Margareth naming her daughter, Margaret, who happened to be living in Hungary when king Andrew I became king (1046). End Insert]

...From the 1st update of September:

...Then consider that Kosara, Samuel's other wife, gave birth (with Samuel) to Gavril Radomir. If per chance Radomir was the reason for HolyRood (originally "Halyrod") House that David built to Margaret, it would certainly jibe with the fact that Gavril had married a "Margareth of Hungary." In this picture, the mother of queen Margaret of Scotland married the Kosara line of Khazars (it could explain why Leslies and Drummonds appear to trace to the Khazar side of Hungarians)..."

Insert -- CONSIDER THIS, that Leslies use buckles while the Buckle surname is also BULKeley," smacking of Bulgarians! Gavril was Bulgarian!! The Bulger Coat uses white-on-black bull heads, symbol also of the Bulkeleys/Buckles!!! The Bulger Crest: "A right arm and hand holding three ears of rye"!!!! More on this fresh-new discovery in another update, probably the next, as it's already Monday morning as I write.

In the second update of September, the Marjory/Margree surname became a topic. The Marjory/Margree Coat uses the same sort of Shield as Wheelwrights, and then chances are the bulls above link to the Mieskes/Mesechs...of the Piast-Wheelwright line. The Marjory/Margree Coat happens to use daises, the symbol of the Deas = Desmond clan first found beside Aberdeen, home of Hungary's Leslies. This is all good evidence that the Leslies, and the future queen Margaret who came to Scotland with Leslies, were from Gavril's bloodline, or the Kabar/Khazar bloodline of Gavril's mother, Kosara. It's also good evidence that ABERdeen was named after "Kabar," though in the past I suggested it to be named after elements of KABARDINo-Bulkaria (!!!) in the Khazar / Magyar / Pecheneg theater. End Insert]

In the first update of September, I had not yet been led to the Marjoroom/MAJORibanks surname. On the one hand this surname has just been traced to the Margeson/Mackesy surname that I linked, speculatively at first but then harder afterward, to queen Margaret above. On the other hand, the Marjoroom/Majoribank surname looks to be of the Majors/Magors that I trace to Magyar Hungarians, allies of Khazars. It just so happens that the Spanish Majors/Mayerdomos use a Shield filled with checks, what Khazar clans of the Cohen and Hohen kind use.

It just so happens that both French Gabriels and Gabers use Pender colors...of the Cheshire Pender clan using the Macey Shield. The crossed Gaber swords appear to be the same design as what I identify to be the Excalibur sword of the Chaine/Chenay Coat, the sword held my the Masci wing. The Belgian Gaber Coat uses a chevron in the colors of the Pendragon chevron. The problem is, Pendragons were of centuries earlier than Gavril Radomir. A solution is, the Gavril line became merged with the Pendragons / Penders. The Bulkeleys for example, use a chevron in the same colors as the Pendragons, and while I had traced Gavril's lines to white on blue, those are the colors of the Pender chevron.

Irish Penders are equated in their write-up with the Sherone surname, and then the Share surname, first found in Surrey, is said to derive from "Essira." We seem to be on an Esau-Seir clan here, which bears out further by the Shier variation.

The Share/Shier Crest is the same black talbot head seen in the last update as per the Blade Crest. This gets interesting because of the Blade write-up: "The family claim descent from Drago de Bewere, a Danish nobleman who settled at a place called Blades in north England around 1016" (the year before Gavril's death). For me, a Blade link to Danes conjures up Danish king Blatand Bluetooth. The point was, the Irish Pender write-up: "In Ireland, the [Pender] name was turned into a Gaelic form as de PrionDRAGAS [caps mine]; however, the name has also been replaced with MacSherone." I think we can nail that down as the Share > Blade bloodline.

If you don't recall, it was the Bullock and Stanislaw surnames (i.e. Poles) who used blades in their Crests [this sentence was written before the above insert on Bulgars and Bulkeleys was added to this discussion. The suspicion is that Bullocks were from Bulkely/Buckley-related Bulgarians, the problem, or solution, being that Bullocks also sound like Polocks=Poles. The idea coming to mind is that Mieszko Poles, and in fact all Poles said to originate in the same Goplo area where Piasts arose, had formerly been Bulgars]. English Penders were first found in Cheshire and use the Macey Shield, and moreover Arthurian elements from Cornwall had been traced (by me) to Poland's Lusatia.

This discussion had started with the suspicion that Ends/Enders/Endegeests were Pendragons and therefore Penders. Another End/Ender variation is EndePOEL, and of course "Pender" and "Ender" are similar enough. As we just saw that Penders were Sherones suspect as Blade=Blatand elements, by what coincidence is it that End-like Dents are link-able to the Tooths who were traced earlier to BlatAND Bluetooth?

By the way, I don't mention Pendles/Penthills much, if at all. They are in Pendragon (and Hill) colors, and then the Pendletons use garbs, a Cheshire symbol that could link to Cheshire's Penders. When was the last time that you heard someone calling a hill a "pendle." If that sounds nuts, perhaps the Hill surname was related to the Pendles.

Like the Oliphants, Ends/Enders use a white unicorn. The latter's unicorn is the German-Troy unicorn design. This recalls the trace of the German-Troy unicorn to the same-colored sea horses of the Cornwall area Tokers/Tuckers (tooth-like chevron), giving rise to a trace of the latter surname to the Trojan founder, Teucer, who was in turn traced to tiger codes/entities. The Dent Crest is a tiger!

The white unicorn links to the raven-depicted vikings of Shetland, and yet there have been some good arguments for tracing the unicorn to CORNwall as well. Likely, the unicorn goes back to the Trojan horse symbol of Troy.

In the second update this month, Tim shared the "Laus Deo" term of the Arbuthnotts. And I had said: "The Arbuthnott write-up goes on to mention Oliphards..." However, that mention is in such a way as not to make a close connection necessarily between the two surnames. I just noticed, on the other hand, that Arbuthnotts are in the Oliphant/Oliphard write-up: "Under later rulers, the Oliphant lands were significantly extended as King Malcolm granted the family Bothwell in Lanarkshire and King William I granted them Arbuthnott in Mearns." I had NOT shared this in that second update. But I did say:

Wikipedia's article on Laus Deo says that the phrase is used by the Arms of Viscount of Arbuthnott. Down the page, see the Arms with two green wyverns beside it, and a blue Indian peacock in Crest. Crichtons use a green dragon, and the Bute lion, and of course "ArBUTHnott" could be of Bute / Bothwell elements.

The raven-depicted vikings, now suspect as part of the Corbin/Corbett (ravens) line of Israel's chief priests, are known to have conquered Rothesay (later called, Bute). This is not a bad argument in itself for tracing "Bute" to Esau's Bozrah elements. Remember, Kilpatrick-branch Butteri trace to Bute elements, and Kilpatricks, who are also called, "Shera," use a "make sure" motto code. It just so happens that I traced Butteri to Boscath, and found Boscath elements at a make-like location on the Philistine coast.

The Crichtons above are suspect as Carricks, and then the Shares/Shiers/Sheers are easily traced by Coat comparison to Carricks (both use black talbots, and both use black and gold). It could suggest that Carricks had been "Share"-like Saracens. That is, Shares/Shiers were probably Saracens.

As Blatand Bluetooth was related directly to Canute/Cnut, the ArbuthNOTTs are likely named in-part after the Canute elements that named the Notts/Cnuts...who use a white unicorn in Crest! I love it when things like that happen. The other clan using the white unicorn, the Oliphants, use crescents, as do Notts/Cnuts, and I think crescents were a symbol special to the Saracens (Pendle-suspect Hills use a crescent on their Moratin castle that should trace to Mauritanians). In fact, the Saracen surname uses the colors of the Carrick and Share Shields. These are the colors also of the Traby bugles, and then Notts/Cnuts, who trace to Mieszko's daughter (mother of king Canute), were first found in Traby-suspect DERBYshire.

As you can see, instead of black talbots, the Saracen Crest is a black wolf. Who uses a black talbot aside from Carricks? Ah, yes, the Blatant-like Blades/Blates. Suddenly, the "dark Danes" spoken of by Britannica's article (1970 edition) on vikings suggests the Saracens of the Canute fold. But didn't I trace Mieszko back to a branch of Meshwesh "Libyans" (probably the Maezaei at the Sava river)? As I trace Mieszko forward in time to "Meschin," I also note that Ranulf le Meschin married a Talbot bloodline. And Meschins likewise use Carrick-Shield colors.

The French Sarasin Coat uses the Scottish Randolph saltire, but also the Bath/Atha saltire that I trace to the bat in the Randolph Crest. I traced Ranulf le Meschin's line through the Carricks to the first earl of Moray, Thomas Randolph. I think that explains why Sarasins use the Randolph saltire i.e. Carricks were indeed from Saracens. The problem, admittedly, is that I also tend to link Carricks to Crichtons/Creightons while tracing the latter to "Curete" rather than to "Saracen." Perhaps I was wrong in the Carrick-Crichton equation, not necessarily meaning that there wasn't a family link. Or, perhaps Crichtons trace to Saracens too, but not to Curetes/Crete. But then I did trace ostrich elements of Trabys to Crete.

I had traced the raven-depicted vikings forward in time to proto-Stewarts in Dol (Brittany). On a separate trace, the "Flaad" name of Dol's proto-Stewarts was traced to "BLATand" Bluetooth. That in itself suggested that raven-depicted vikings were of the Blatand line of Danes. Now that we have solid evidence of a Saracen trace to that very Danish line, how is it coincidental that French Sarasins were first found in Brittany?

The article quoted from above where we discover Umfraville and Caux elements suggests that "caux" was also "Cauz" and "Caus," and for me this evokes mythical Castor of Lithuania, and the idea that "Chester" of Cheshire was named after Castor elements. Yes, I do trace "Cheshire to "Hesse," but Cassel is often lumped in with Hesse. In other words, Caux is suspect as a Castor location from Leda, the Ladon dragon in Sparta. Let's not forget that the spur is now tracing, not just to Butteri, but to the horse symbol of Castor. As Leda was the Leto wolf line, note Hugh "lupus," and then see the wolf heads in the Caus/Caustin Coat. The Custis line from Lithuania is suspect here, and Castor entered these recent updates as per that Custis line. Also, as Butteri were found linked to Dallas and Texas elements, what about the Caustin similarity with "Austin", the Texas capital. The Austin surname is registered as a seot of Keiths.

The Caus/Causton chevron is in the colors of the Shore/Sure chevron, and the latter were not only from MickleOVER, but are suspect in the "sure" motto term of Kilpatrick-branch Butteri. Kilpatricks had been traced to Houstons...who could have been named after "Hugh." It should also be noted that the Caus/Causton chevron is in the colors of the Kay/Key Coat. Wikipedia's list for variations of mythical Kay: "Cai, Kai, or Kei, or Cei; Latin: Caius; French: Keu; French Romance: Queux; Old French: Kes or Kex)."

The Caus/Caustin Crest: "An arm and hand holding a buckle." The Buckle/Buckley chevron is colors reversed to the Caus/Causton chevron, and the "temere" motto term of Buckles/Buckley as code for the Meres and deMeres of Cheshire, in the colors of the Caus/Caustin chevron. There were Mascys-of-Bulkeley, and then the Bulkeley surname, first found in Cheshire, also uses "temere," and shows bulls, a Mieske/Mesech symbol. The write-up: "Their name is derived from the ancient Lords of Buclogh..." One could think that we are once again on an Apachnas line here [this was written before finding the evidence in the Insert above that Bulkeleys were from Radomir's Bulgarians].

The Bucks/Buchs use the same colors as Buckles and related Caus', as well as three antlers in the colors and design of the Conte antlers! One could get the impression that Pollux and Castor were from the Exodus pharaoh.

When last on the Apachnas topic, it was said: "...Back/Bach calf in the colors of the Payens/Pagans (Backs/Bachs use the Here and Herzog wing)." I now find the Here and Herzog wing design in the Crest of German Bucks. The Backs/Bachs, by the way, use a "spes" motto term that I trace to the same in the Arms of Vilnius, and Contes were linked to Font de Villes that traced to Vilnius. There was good evidence that the spes term is code for the Space/Speccot surname...using frets.

The Caus' are also "Cawston," and then "Caws" brings up the Mackays...with stag = buck head. It's already established in my mind that mythical Kay/Keu links back to Kue/Qewe in Cilicia, at Adana, at Kizzuwatna, where I traced the Hyksos without a doubt. The Cati were there that I trace to the Hesse Catti/Chatti, and consequently I expect them in Cheshire. I'm not going into it all again, but I tend to trace Kay to the same bloodline that produced Caiaphas.

The quoted article from GD starts off thus: "A contention of old was that the Heriz family stemmed from a certain 'Alselin.'" This Heriz family can now be suspect as part of the clans above using the Herzog wing, including the Bucks, relatives of the Caus'/Caustins. When entering "Alselin," the Aslin/Asselin surname comes up, smacking of Esau, Hesse, and even Cassel. One variation, "Ascelin," is almost the Mascelin variation of Meschins, important because I linked Meschins to Keith Catti who come up when entering "Mascal." If I'm not mistaken, the Alselin/Asseline Crest is the Massey horse.

Hmm, the Aethelings are now coming to mind as per a link of queen Margaret, an Aetheling on her father's side, to the Margy/Mackey and Margeson/Mackesy clans.

The above doesn't necessarily mean that Meschins were from Asselins, but could mean that Meschins took on an Ascelin-like version due to merger with Asselins.

Alselins/Asselins can be traced, as with Meschins, to the Exodus pharaoh, for Alselins/Asselins were first found in Nottinghamshire, a place that I trace both to Apachnas and to king Canute, himself of the Chenu/CheyNOT/Cheynue/Chanute surname that uses a chevron upside-down from the Payen/Pagan chevron. Remember, Nottings use besants (symbol of Meschin's Bessin, I think) in the same way as the Bucking(ham) surname, and Cheyneys were first found in Buckinghamshire while Chaines/Cheneys use the Masci wing. This is a power-packed paragraph of evidence for the Apachnas line.

The Chaines/Cheneys are also CHESne and ChesNOT, smacking of Chester and Cheshire. They also use "Ques" and "Chass." Entering "Chass" brings up the Chaston/Causton surname using a white-on-red chevron, as with the Quest(er)s (*very Chester-like term). The Chastons/Caustons seem like a version of the Caus/Caustin/Causton surname (buckle) itself suspect earlier as a Castor line related to "Chester." Both write-ups trace to a Caston or Causton in Norfolk.

German Quest(er)s (arrow) of Bavaria give clue to related West surnames, and ZOWIE there is a West Coat using nearly the Chee/Cheatle dancette!!! The Chees/Cheatles were first in Cheshire, and it is the who appear to have named Cheshire if we look only at the "Che" of that term.

I wasn't going to mention that the Cause's and Quest(er)s use the same chevron as Hebrons, but there was a change of mind when getting to the Kettle Coat immediately after viewing the Cheatle Coat. There was a "Bono" motto term, supporting once again the trace of Skull and Bones to the Biblical Eschol of Hebron. The "vince" term in the Kettle motto helps to trace Chees/Cheatles to Keith/Keath Catti because Keiths use "vincit," and moreover the Kettle stags look like the Keith stag. Another reason to link Meschins to Keiths and Kettles et-all is the "malum" term of Kettles, for Ranulf le Meschin's Bessin ancestry was from Malahule.

I had failed to notice at first that the Chill/Child Coat (linked to the Hebrons of Chillingham) is identical to the Chass/Causton Coat. It's a good bet that the Chass/Causton surname links to Patterson/Cussanes and related cussion-using Kilpatricks, but then note too the Cuiston variation of Houstons. The hour glass, the "In time" motto, and the Renfrewshire location of Houstons/Cuistons indicates linkage to Glasgow and Glass elements, using Melusine, symbol of Moray (one Moray Coat motto uses "Deum Time"), all link-able to the Time/Timm surname that I trace with little doubt to "Timna(h)."

Kettles, by the way, are traced by me to "kettle hats" (usually called "vair" fur) used by Haskels (much like "Asseline") and Pappenheims, and traced by me to AnCITAL of the Malahule bloodline.

The Chenu/Chanut/Chaynu surname shows one peculiarity in the Shaynu variation, and then the Shays/Shaws (suspect not only as the Sheaves/Chaves line but as the Kays) use grails in Chenu/Chanut colors. "Shaynu" is a version of the Chaynu variation, much like "Khyan."

The Alselin character in the above article is mentioned with a relative having a Halselin surname, and then the Hulse/Halles surname was first found in Cheshire too. The Coat looks as though it uses a large 'M', which happens to be in Hull and Hall colors. Both latter surnames (talbots) are suspect as le-Meschin relatives by his Talbot wife. Papes use the Hull talbots too. The 'M' is in reality three "piles," in the colors reversed to the Latter/Latto/Lathis piles (it jibes with Meschin links to Ladds/Ladons and Leaders). I keep a theory that Latters are related to Sinclairs as per the "Latter Day Saints" (everything Freemasons do come with bloodline codes because Freemasons are stupids who think highly and haughtily of themselves), and Meschins were from the Malahule line of Sinclairs, while "Saint" brings up the Sinclair the colors of the Hulse/Hulles piles. This recalls my link of the Hallands / Halls/Auls to the Sinclairs.

The Hulse/Hulles Crest is officially "A buck's head," suggesting the Buckles-et-al. The Hulses/Hulles are said to descend from a Loges surname, evoking the Leys/Lees/Leghs/Leigh that I link Meschins fundamentally to. The Loges use a saltire (shared by Yorks and Coupers) that I link to the Cappeo-lion line, suspect as that of Caiaphas. The Cappeo lion had been linked to the Hallam/Halland lion (first in Yorkshire, as with Hulls), and to the Macclesfield (Cheshire) lion. Yorks use the besant in the colors of Notting and Bucking(ham) besants.

Loges were first found in Burgundy, where Pilates were first found, and Meschins are related closely to the Sales-branch Ligurians that use the pheon, as do Pilates. Kettles were first found in Perthshire, and as we have just found a Meschin branch using piles, I think we can begin to link Meschins to the Pilate line via their links to Hulls and other similar surnames, for it was determined that Pilate's birth was of a Caledonian line using some Aul variations. Note the tricky-dicky lie in the Sales write-up: "The surname Sales was originally derived form the Old English word soel which refers to a hall." That's got to be code.

Finally, on the Pharisee-suspect FarquHARSONS, there is an argument to be made that it links to Harrisons and Harris' as well as Hares / Heres. The Harris Coat is like the Pender Coat, and while I traced the Pinder and Pinner variations of Penders to Pines/Pynes (and therefore to Payens, also suspect from Israeli chief priests), I now find a porcuPINE symbol in the Harris Coat. The Pines/Pynes use an ermined white chevron, as do Harris'. See the Spanish-Pint(o) crescents too, colors reversed to the crescents of French Pines/Lepines.

I didn't know about the "reminisci" motto term of Harris' when using "Rimini-scing" in last updates title (I hadn't checked the Harris Coat until this update). I could suggest a Harris trace to Rimini, and it just so happens that the Rimini topic of the last update had to do with the PINE cones of the Maschi/Maskaly surname, first found in Rimini!!! That's very good evidence for the idea that Cheshire's Penders use the Macey Shield, and so what we have in this paragraph alone is Maccabee-suspect Maschis / Maceys as well as Herod-suspect Harris' linked to Pharisee-suspect Farquharsons. Note the "Ubi" buried in one Harris motto term, "Ubique."

In this picture, I would guess that the Harrison Coat is specifically the Ferte (of Ferte-MACE) eagle in colors reversed.

As Payens had been traced to Pascals with the Levi lion, note that French Pines are also "Lepine," much line the Levine surname already linked to Mackays. In this picture, a theory is that Laevi and/or Levi became first the Levines, then Lepines, and only afterward the Payens. It certainly explains why Payens have linked to Israeli chief priests. The white-on-blue crescents of the Spanish Pints have been linked to Tuttels and related others, and one of those relations are the Valais'/Valours that link to the Valery surname, first found in Dauphine, where Payens were first found.

Italian Pint(o)s use crescents in colors reversed to the Tout crescent. The Rollo surname (Perthshire) uses "tout" in motto, and a chevron like the Payens.

If we think that Trumps might be related to 666-suspect Trabys, and if I'm correct that the 666 False Prophet will be an American president, see here:

In his new book, "Time to Get Tough," Donald Trump lashes into President Barack Obama and threatens to run against him next year if the Republicans don’t nominate a strong candidate.

Beating the drum even louder, Mr. Trump details his net worth -- which he puts at $7 billion -- and says he's prepared to pour a large chunk of his $270 million in liquid assets into a presidential bid...

"He's prepared to finance an independent run for president if he's not satisfied with the Republican nominee,' says the real estate mogul's right-hand man, Michael COHEN [caps mine].

...Meanwhile, Mr. Cohen claims he is doing all the necessary advance work, just in case his boss does pull the trigger -- a decision Mr. Cohen says will come "in the first week in June."

"I already mapped out everything that has to be done to be an effective candidate and what we’d have to do to get on the ballot on all 50 states," Mr. Cohen says.


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

For serious investigators:
How to Work with Bloodline Topics

Here's what I did when I had spare time on my hands:
Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose

On this page, you will find evidence enough that NASA did not put men on the moon.
Starting at this paragraph, there is a single piece of evidence -- the almost-invisible dot that no one on the outside was supposed to find -- that is enough in itself to prove the hoax.
End-times false signs and wonders may have to do with staged productions like the lunar landing.

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