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October 4 - 10, 2011

Pontius Pilate's Mother, a Caledonian, Maybe
The Vile Van-ity of Pontius Pilate's Payen Bloodline
It's About Time I Tooted my Horn
Aetolia So
The Porpoises of Royal Porphyrians and other Purple Haze
Merovingians All Along the Mouse Tower
Ted Koppel's Kissing Cousins from Dick Cheney's Gobelins
Herman Cain's Antioch-Church Links are from the Mouse Tower
Tolkien's Mandate Busted Some More

For a time, NATO chief, RasMUSSEN, was in the kitchen baking cookies with top Russians, but the NATO intrusion into Libya put an end to the floury affair:

Earlier this week, NATO Secretary General Anders Rasmussen described their Libya policies as great success. "In Libya we and our allies have been remarkably successful -- we have saved countless lives and helped the Libyan people take their destiny into their own hands," he said.

Shortly afterwards, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov laughed it off inside the U.N. building. "We reject NATO's dreams that its military interference has saved countless lives. It's all wishful thinking," Lavrov said.

Medvedev has been sympathetic toward NATO's stated goals in Libya, and has maintained opposition to the Syrian government's reactions to protests. But I've yet to hear Putin speak to the Syrian situation. It could be that he takes a position akin to Lavrov's, one of disdain for Western intrusions. Yet Putin announced recently that he's wanting to help form a Eu-russia (my term) empire. Vat's he up to?

Although I've not read the official decision in Iraq, it seems that Obama has accepted the pull out of American troops by the end of the year. The answer to the US military's request must therefore have been, no. To make matter's worse for all the expenditures in Iraq of the last decade:

More than six months after the start of the Syrian uprising, Iraq is offering key moral and financial support to the country's embattled president, undermining a central U.S. policy objective and raising fresh concerns that Iraq is drifting further into the orbit of an American arch rival -- Iran.

...While other Arab states have downgraded ties with Assad, Iraq has moved in the opposite direction, hosting official visits by Syrians, signing pacts to expand business ties and offering political support.

Has Assad been stealing money from the Syrians? So has Obama from Americans. Obama even sent rifles in the thousands to Mexican criminals in yet another sign that he's indeed bent on destroying the United States. His Attorney General, Eric Holder, appears complicate with that so-called "Fast and Furious" effort, judging by what's in the news about it. We are told that the purpose in sending the rifles was to track and catch the criminals. Odd.

The article above: "Members of Iraq's Shiite majority and Syria's ruling Alawite Shiite sect share a common worry about Sunni-led insurgencies. Some Iraqis fear that a violent overthrow of Syrian Alawites will trigger unrest across the border in Iraq." Therefore, the Western-cheered effort in Syria may be bringing on the Sunni/Baathist take-over of Iraq that I see as prophetic. It will be interesting to hear Putin's angle on this situation. We read that Iraq is busy signing pipeline deals with Assad's Syria, and Putin would dearly like the products in these pipelines. Does he side with Assad in hopes of getting those products (I've read that he has a share in Gazprom), or does he go with the Western-backed opposition just in case they succeed in ousting Assad? There is much at stake.

Interestingly, there are comments printed in the article from a Pollock surname, "now a researcher for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a think tank." The article is written by a Warrick surname, a branch of Warwicks, and it just so happens that a Warsaw link to Warwick which is a key finding in this update. (Most of the update was written before this article on Iraq was included here on Sunday). The impression is that Polish-based globalist elements are seeking to inform the world that something needs to be done about Iraq's current stance.

There are various arguments to make in tracing Maccabees to Masovia/Mazovia of Poland (there is another Massovia (two s') in Pomerania). As the Veres have been traced to Masovia, and as Veres were merged with Masseys, consider that Freemasonry is largely trace-able to Veres (where weren't Veres?) and yet to the Massins/Masons. This update discovers the meaning of some secret codes for the ancestry of Mieszko I at a so-called Mouse Tower, and ends by finding evidence of Mieszko root in Khazars, which could explain why the Massi/Mattis Coat uses Cohen-colored checks.

First, see the red-on-white wyvern of the Drake Coat in the Arms of the Duchy of Mazovia. Veres run an evil Drakenberg organization. Then, see the white-on-green flag of Massovia, and ask why these colors are used, for in the last update, white on green applied to at least two entities (the MacCabe surname and Hamar in Norway) that strike me as European Maccabees.

Granted, if I was correct in tracing Maccabees to Meshwesh of Cyrene, we ought to expect green in Massey-like, Massey-related surnames, and yet we rarely find that color. The only green I can think of in that regard is the green and white Massar/Massai Coat, and it just so happens that my topic today, Maccabees suspected in Masovia, traces to Pisa due to my old trace of Piast the Wheelwright to "Pisa" ("Piast" is one major code in the Mieszko line back to the Mouse Tower).

It had struck me, before the Massars came to mind as I wrote the above, that Pisa was smack beside Massa-Carrara, and then it was found a few weeks ago that the Massi/Mattis surname was definitely of the Massa portion of Massa-Carrara. The latter location could certainly be a Meshwesh-Carthaginian alliance, especially as Meshwesh were also called, "Mazyes" and "Maxyes."

After writing the above, a white-on-green pegasus was re-found in the Quinn/Guinn Coat, probably the same pegasus (Gorgon symbol) as per the Massey Crest. The Quinn write-up traces to the Conn surname, and when entering the latter, "coneys" (hares) come up on a Meschin-like Shield that I trace to Mascis of Cuneo (not far from Massa-Carrara). There are two reasons for the importance of these surnames: 1) the Chaines will be traced with strong/reasonable evidence to the Piast Poles at the Mouse Tower; 2) the Sforza family, which took over the Visconti titles, uses a "quince" in their Coat. I trace Piast Poles to Viscontis, and Viscontis used a green-on-white snake originally, the color of the snake used also by Mackesys.

The Quince/Quincy Coat uses seven gold-on-red mascles, as does the Romer Coat. In the last update, Romers were linked to Romerike, at the above-mentioned Hamar location. As the Romer Coat is a version of the Rouen Coat, it seems that the Visconti bloodline to the Sforzas was linked to the Rollo-line Normans. It becomes more interesting as we find the Rollo vikings linked to Piast Poles, though that's not supposed to be surprising where Piasts were from Viscontis.

The complication is, Piasts trace (by my methods) to the multiple entities of Merovingians, Normans, northern Italians, Illyrian Celts, Gauls, Trojans, Danaans, Hyksos, and now possibly to Khazars. It's admittedly a mess that one might rather discount, but sense can be made of it by way of a Hyksos-Danaan identification as Meshwesh, tracing via Cadmus through Troy and Greece to Illyria, then to the Po of northern Italy and to the founding of Gaul-land where Merovingians had their fortunes. The very Boiotians moving along as the Cadmus cult into Illyria also developed into Merovingians, who were Germanics by that point, named after the same Armenian entity that was Cadmus' wife. Hence, Merovingians could easily have linked to Danes, and therefore to Rollo-related Danes, just because Cadmus was a carrier of the Hyksos Danaans. However, Merovingians had a Sicambrian branch from Hungary, and besides I had tentatively traced the Salian side of Merovingians to Silesia, where the Mieszkos arose.

No matter how one cuts this, we're dealing with Hyksos spreading throughout Europe, ping-pong-ball style, as the Biblical harlot (the path of a ping-pong ball is erratic, unpredictable)

In the last chapter, two lions facing one another were found in relation to the MacCabe discussion. The Massars use such lions too. I should add that "Massar" first came to mind when finding evidence of surnames, running modern Russia, in Sussex. For example, Puttens and Medleys (green tiger). Both use black-on-white stars, the colors of the Putins and Puters, and the latter were found in the Somerset area where the Medes (pelicans, trace-able to Poles) were first found. Drakes were first found smack between Sussex and Somerset, in Hampshire.

One could get the impression that the Butteri of Hampshire (e.g. the Botters) are at the root of these Put and Med surnames, especially as Italian Botters were first found in Lucca, while the Italian Lucca surname uses the same border type as the Massar Coat. The Massar(o) surname came to mind (perhaps two years ago) only because Nikolay Makarov leads the present Russian army. Just saying.

I'm trying my best not to go over again my trace of Middle-East Baathists to Somerset's Butteri lines. There seems to be somewhat of a link between these proto-Baathist elements, the Russian leaders, and the people chosen by Obama, especially vice-president Biden. But then RasMUSSEN -- a Dane -- also appears connectable. Just view Rasmussen as the Pacman, gobbling up the world as best he can, at his own risk. We will see the Mussen/Moussen Coat come up in this update's Piast investigation.

The only logical ways for clans of southern England to lead to the Russians of Moscow is by way of Rothschilds as they stole Russia by murder in 1917, and/or by Varangians of Sweden as they settled Kiev and then co-founded Moscow many centuries before. Didn't I trace Maccabees to the Rollo-line vikings late in the last update (fascinating discussion for me) , and haven't I maintained for some years that Rollo was of a Varangian line? Does this trace Maccabees to the modern rulers of Russia??? Such a strange concept. Don't I trace Veringens from Baden (Germany) to Varangians while linking Butteri to the Baden/Batton surname, the Bath/Athas, and Bath and Wells location, all three of Somerset...where Hampshire's Bidens/Budins/Buttins ended up? I suggest that Veres were named from Varangians and that the latter trace to the Varni of the Pomerania theater, where white-on-green Massovia is located? When googling "House of Massovia," we find:

Navonia was colonized by English settlers during the sixteenth century...Soon however the current region of Navonia was submitted to the English crown...The last governor of Navonia, John Deston, was granted the right to use the lands according to his likings...his legal son, Charles Deston, made himself the first King of Navonia.

Checking the Deston Coat (Vere colors), the estoiles suggest that the surname was Eston-like. Estoiles are used also by the Ests/Easts and related Butes/Butts. MOREOVER, Destons were first found in Warwickshire (!), making Massovia trace-able to Poland's Masovia.

Now look. The German Butes/Butts use a fish, no doubt the fish symbol of Cadmus at his Boiotian city of Budva/Butua (Illyria). English Butes/Butts are said to have been early, not only in Vere-infested Oxfordshire, but in Fulk-infested Norfolk, where the Eastons were first found, who use seahorses, symbol of the Arms of Budva/Butua. Eastons smack of Eystein, grandfather of Rollo, and moreover Eastons use the same type chevron as the Heaths and Edmonds (Heaths and Ironsides were both first found in Durham).

Remember that both the Norfolk Fulkes (won't come up by entering "Fulk") and Keaths trace to Kue/Quwe of Cati-town, Cilicia. There seems to be ample heraldic clues of traces to Quwe, meaning that Freemasons relish in that trace.

By their "mieux" motto term, Heaths will be identified later in this update as the Mieszko line to Sarah Palin. I'll also re-show how Edmond Ironside traces to Poland. It's important here that Heaths (Sinclair rooster) are also "Heth," for it smacks of the Baths/Athas of Somerset.

Heth-related Edmonds (Edmond Ironside was an "Aetheling) and Ashtons (black star, as with Heaths) were both first found in Lancashire, suggesting that the current foreign minister of the EU, with Ashton surname, traces to the Mieszko Poles. It's no small point. Estons/Astons not only use a black bull head, symbol of the Mieske/Mesech surname, but show a "Numine" motto term, smacking on mythical Numenor that was traced in the last update to MacCabe-branch Maccabees. With Estons thus tracing to Mieszko, chances are the Destons of Navonia were likely D'Estons.

Estons/Astons use a Coat and motto comparable to the English Sheaves/Shaws, who were already traced, as their "qui" motto term supports, to Kue/Quwe.

This section on Navonia is an insert after most of the below was already written. Part of the below is the Sarah-Palin link to the Polish Murkowski surname, for which reason my eyebrows raised when I just re-read the Scottish Sheaves/Shaw write-up: "First found in Perthshire...While some claim that the Clan originally descended from a MacDuff, one of the ancient Earls of Fife...However, this ancient leadership was challenged by many other Clans Commyns (Cummings) who had leased the Shaw lands of RothieMURCHUS." It just so happens that the Cummins (use the Cue/Kew garbs) entered the topic below as a major proof of a trace to the Mouse Tower. Moreover, a moment after seeing RothieMURCHUS, I went back to the Navonia article to see a Murcia entity (!!!), using the same saltire design as in the flag of Massovia. And here is how the article continues:

Massovia and Lower-Selessia where also annexed by the Navonian crown. New-Saxony remained sovereign as a Duchy but had to pay tribute. Edward of Saxony was unhappy with the outcome of the treaty and made contact with the Selessian House of Murcia.

Silesian??? Perfect. It tends to trace the Murkowskis to Silesia, a Seleucid house in my opinion. By what coincidence is it that the Spanish Murcia Coat shows an bent arm in armor, as does the Mieske/Mesech Coat? This arm will be a re-occurring theme in this update to help prove that I'm on the right track.

When I do get to the Murkowski topic, I ask whether Alaska is Little Poland, but at the time it didn't dawn on me that Poles were also Lecks. We read on the one hand that Poles had their beginning around Mouse Tower, and on the other that they had been Lecks. I didn't realize this when on the trace of "Alis(ander)" and "Alex(ander)" to Poles. In fact, Alexanders use the Mieske arm in armor. In other words, I'm asking whether Alaska was secretly named after the idea of Alexka, or Aliska, or A-Leck-a?

Entering "Laska" brings up a curious variation of terms, of obvious Slav descent. Two of the variations, using "Korab," smacks of Khoriv, a mythical founder of Kiev, whom I traced below to Poles. Another Laska variation is, Rusiecki, which of course is trace-able to Kiev's Rus. Khoriv's mythical brother, Scheck, also a founder of Kiev, smacks of the Schuschke variation of the Laska page. I happened to trace Scheck to the Shucks, first found in Warwickshire. If that's not enough evidence of a Shuck trace to Warsaw, the Shuck write-up traces the surname to a term for "goblin," while the Gobel(in) surname (Masci wing) happens to be major evidence below for a trace to the Mieszko line at the Mouse Tower, which tower is at a Goplo location...smacking of "Gobel."

Wow. As I also show how the Mouse-Tower Poles trace to Guiscards, who were Tancreds, it was amazing to enter "Leck" just now to find a version of the Tancred Coat! Yes, for Lecks were first found in Stirlingshire, where Guiscards were first found (it's know that Wisharts were a Guiscard branch). Note the "praemium" motto term of the Lecks, and their wolf in Crest, for below the Poles have already been traced below to an Apollo cult that, according to myth writers, issued from mythical Priam! [Much later below, it turns out that the Pilate bloodline of Perthshire was in neighboring Stirlingshire too, so that the Lecks are very interesting for the Pilate trace to Poland. The question is, did Lecks live in Perthshire when Pilate was born?]

Lucks appear to be Mieszko Poles to as they use more mascles, and a pelican. End Insert]

Wikipedia's article on the Makarov surname traces it to "Machar." It then says, "Coat of arms of Makarov approved 25.01.1801g. and awarded the eternal memory and honor of Empress Catherine II and Emperor Paul I." The Makarov Arms are not shown. Clicking to the Catherine article, we find that she was both of the House of Romanov and the House of Ascania (Albert the Bear). Clicking to the Romanov article, there was a black bent-neck eagle, same as in the Massi/Mattis Chief, holding what could be a mace, a potential Maccabee symbol. Weren't Maccabees already traced to Romerike?

The mace-like object reminds me of a spindle on a staircase, but then so does the symbol in the white-on-green Arms of Hedmark. Hedmark (the buried mark term may be significant) The latter location is where the Rollo line was at, where also we find a green and white Hamas location, as well as a Romerike location. Romincidence? When dealing with the Rollo line late in the last update, we saw several allusions to Romans, even in Rouen-related surnames.

It is possible that Albert the Bear, of the House of Ascania, was linked to the bear-using Zahringers of Baden, fellow clan with Veringens. Both used antler symbols, and then if you scroll down in the Rollo-Coat page, you will see what I believe is Rollo's personal Arms with a stag head in Crest...that looks like the Keith stag head, important because Keiths were from Haddington, near MUSSELberg (Lothian, where Sinclairs were also settled). Moreover, it was the Keiths and Seatons of Lothian that were just traced to Seyhan in Cilicia, where Maccabees or proto-Maccabees were suspect.

As we know by now, the Rollo-line vikings were the raven-depicted vikings, and so when we see a raven in the Crest of a Bear/Beer surname (Devon, beside Somerset) showing a bear, it's likely the Rollo-line alliance with the Albert-the-Bear line...that led to the House of Ascania in Moscow. It should be said that the House of Romanov ruled Russia until Rothschilds and their accomplices murdered the Russian czar in 1917. So say the writers who specialize on the topic, and frankly I agree with their reports.

It was only now that I realized the Bear surname to be that of Albert the Bear, for it uses a red box at the top corner. By what toutincidence could it be that the Rollo motto uses "tout" while the Tout/Toot surname uses the same red box in the same location???

The same bear design is used by German Bears, first found in Silesia, where the Piast Poles ruled, but also where I expect the Seleucus bloodline. An article online (I think the Dagome article by Wikipedia) traces Mieszko to Sardinia (of an island group off the shores of Pisa), and for that reason I traced him to Sulcis on Sardinia, also known as Sant'Antioco, smacking too much of Antioch in Syria, founded by Seleucus I, founder also of the Greek dynasty that invaded Israel (it was Antiochus IV who invaded) and was sent running by the Maccabees. I've asked myself whether Maccabees could have been related to Seleucids, and here I now find that, while Maccabees have already traced to the Antioch theater, I'm in the midst of tracing them to Piasts in Pisa and Sardinia!

I've already discussed what I see as bogus claims that Sant'Antioco was named after a saint by that name. To disguise roots of a people group at any location, sneaks applied sound-alike names of Catholic saints to those locations. For example, where England traces to George Drummond, son of king Andrew of Hungary, the flag of England, called George's Cross, is said to be instead after a St. George. Irish Butteri>Patricks are said to be after a saint Patrick. The Scottish flag is said to be after a saint Andrew. On and on this Templar practice went.

But look at where Antiochus_of_Sulcis, the patron saint of Sant'Antioco, lived. It's known that he was in Cappadocia (there is no evidence he was ever in Sardinia), and he died in Sebaste. Wikipedia: "Elaiussa Sebaste...was an ancient Roman town located 55 km (34 mi) from Mersin in the direction of Silifke in Cilicia." The article goes on to say that pro-Roman Cappadocian royals (of the Roman period) took part in building Sebaste to prominence. The king was Archelaus...Sisines. He was the first born son, namesake of the Roman Client and High Priest Ruler Archelaus, of the temple state of Comana, Cappadocia and Glaphyra.

A pro-Roman High Priest in Cappadocia? No guff? Just where I expect the Caiaphas high priesthood to have been from. Is there a chilling sensation down your spine? Isn't it expected that Pharisees had to be ruled by pro-Romans to some degree?

It's utterly interesting that the high priest should be from Comana, for the Komnenos bloodline is the one to which an old emailer, of a Toot-like Tuttel bloodline) traced the porphyry disease, though I had traced it to Meschins. When on that topic, it was found that medical experts traced Parkinson's disease, which I had traced to Meschins, to Campania in Italy, where Capua is located that was founded by mythical Capys whom I trace to Cappadocia. I know of one from my mother's Masci bloodline who has Parkinson's. One theory is that Romans used purple robes because they knew they had porphyry, the purple disease.

Have you noted the purple-hue porpoises of heraldry, used for example, by the Reagans...who likely trace to Ragnvald, father of Rollo? Did I trace the Maccabee-related Hercinians to Ayrshire in the last update? Then what's the purple-hue porpoise doing in the Kennedy Crest, a clan first found in Ayrshire? Irish Kennedys were in Tipperary, and then Tippers (Devon) use blue porpoises, while it is said by porphyry hunters that "blue blood" is code for porphyry bloodlines.

The "robore" motto term of the Tippers suggests the Robert surname, one of them using the Mackesy and Mackie lion, of surnames already Maccabee-suspect. It happens to be the French Robert/Roberre surname, first found in Burgundy, where the Pilate bloodline had settled. Interestingly, English Roberts, who were likely from the Ragnvald>Robert line of the Conqueror, use black-on-white stars on a Macey / Mackay Shield, the colors of the Puttin stars. Puttins were first found in Sussex, where the Conqueror won England. The English Roberts were first found in Kent, beside Sussex.

By the way, I have noted several surnames from the last update using "non" in the motto, and the Tippers use it too. It could be code for the Ananes.

WOW! Hard to believe but true. After writing the above, I wanted to do a short Non investigation, but as I was on the Robert page at the time, I entered Robin first because I knew the clan to be a branch of Roberts. There is the Robin motto was a "Vivit" motto term, reminding me of the Veys/Vivians of Fife, the area to which the birth of Pontius Pilate is said to have been. I then noted that the Robin Coat (which I've known to be the Vey/Vivians Shield) was like the French Mar Shield, that latter surname, first found in Burgundy, being the very first one that I linked to Pilates two updates ago. Then, WOW, clicking to the next/French Robin Coat, three white upward pheons, probably linked to the three white downward pheons of the Pilate Coat!!!

After viewing the next/English Robert Coat, "Non" was entered to find a "Vivis" motto term (!), of a Nevin clan first found in Ayrshire!!

THEN, going back to the English Robin Coat, recalling that its thistles had been traced to the Thistle surname, clicking, there were downward pheons in the Thistle/Thissel Coat!!! The Coat used the pheons on a blue-on-gold bend, the symbol of the Talbots and related bee-using Talls/Thales, suggesting that "Thissel" was a variation of "Thale." The Thale bees are the same as the Besson/Beaston bees, tracing these porphyry-suspect clans back to Meschins of the Bessin.

But I had traced Thissel" to "Tuttel," which uses a chevron in Thissel-bend colors, in colors reversed to the Robin chevron and therefore in the colors of the Valery chevron. What's amazing is that the Tuttel surname is suspect already as a porphyry line because it was the bloodline (not necessarily her surname) of an emailer who has porphyry, who wanted to know where it traced and was searching diligently to that end. Her first name was Robin!!!

She had complained to me that her computer was repeatedly hacked (and that she had received threats) by those who didn't want the world to know where the "royal disease" traced. After I suggested that the disease traced to Varangians, especially those of Kiev with Byzantine ties (Komnenos were Byzantines), I never heard from her again. I was put into contact with her by en emailer with Pollock bloodline, who likewise has porphyry. Does God want me to know something? Does the disease come from the Maccabee relationship with the Valeria and Pilate Romans? Did the Pharisees / Sadducees get it?

Robin had suggested that her Tuttal bloodline was from a Toothill location, and so see the raven and the Mackesy / Mackie / Robert lion in the Toothill Coat! The Toothill raven holds a "Cornish chough" in its mouth, and then the Cough Crest (Kiev bloodline?) uses the two-tipped spear suspect as the "spear of destiny" (that was thrust into Jesus).

It should be said that the Rollo line was highly suspect, by Robin, as a porphyry line, though she tended to suspect Poppa, whom Rollo married.

The Cough Coat looks like a version of the Sales Coat, not forgetting that the Sullivans were Salyes Ligurians, that the Rollo Crest uses the black Sullivan boar, and that the Sullivan bird, the same design as the Kay and Kinner bird (these surnames trace to Kue in Cilicia, near where the Cappadocian line of the high priest in Comana was located), but called a "robin"!

We're not forgetting that the Sullivan lizard, that appears with the robin, traces to the Kilpatrick (= Butteri) lizard, but then let me repeat that Sullivans were first found in Tipperary (!!!), the place to which porphyry (and purplish / blue porpoises) was just traced above.

In the last update while on the Rollo-line link to Maccabees, it was reasoned that the Rollo line had linked to Poles, though I didn't know how. I may have written on it to the point of discovering the link, but I don't recall. It should therefore be said that the present investigation on whether Maccabees were in Poland was born of that quest to find the Rollo link to Poles. The Pollock Crest uses the Sullivan / Rollo boar design, and so do the Veres that I'm tracing to Masovia and Massovia. Is that not a concise statement on porphyry lines?

Does Nicholas de Vere (ruler of Drakenberg) pee purple? Is that the "real mark" of royalty? Doesn't Nicholas stress royal lines in his online works? He even has a test system for the purposes of permitting (or not permitting) persons / clans into his Dragon organization. Does the system require a urine test, we wonder? Why is the Vere boar blue, like the Rollo boar?

For those who missed the last update, Pontius Pilate is traced by some to an illegitimate relationship of a Roman ambassador with a "Pictish" woman/girl of Perthshire, where the Rollo surname was first found. Back in the days of that ambassador, Pictland may have been the land of the vikings leading up to the Rollo vikings. Nicholas de Vere claims that Veres were from Picts, and then the Pictones lived amongst the very Berry-land Butteri=Bituriges (of pre-Christian Bellovesus) that I trace to Bellamys at Ferte-Mace, Normandy, where the Maccabee-suspect Maceys issued forth.

Here's the scoop on the Comana location, and so recall that I trace the pagan holy grail to a Hyksos-related Cati peoples of Cilicia:

Comana was a city of Cappadocia and later Cataonia (Latin: Comana Cataoniae; frequently called Comana Chryse or Aurea, i.e. "the golden", to distinguish it from Comana in Pontus). The Hittite [= Hatti = Cati] toponym Kummanni is considered likely to refer to Comana, but the identification is not considered proven. Its ruins are at the modern Turkish village of Sar, Tufanbeyli district, Adana Province

It's like the scales just fell off of my eyes. The village of Sar should link to the Sarus river that was also the Seyhan, of the Ceyhan district that traces to Hyksos pharaoh, Khyan. "Tufan" smacks of mythical "Typhon," husband of Echidna the snake woman (evokes de Vere's Melusine), symbol of the nearby Cydnus river. Mythical Cidnus was made a Ligurian too, founder of Cappeo-related cities (e.g. Brescia/Brixia) in the Laevi and Ananes theater.

The river Goksu, a tributary of the Seyhan runs across the [Tufanbeyli] plateau..."

...During the Bronze Age, the area was part of the kingdom of Kizzuwatna. In classical antiquity, the region of Tufanbeyli was in the southwestern corner of Cappadocia (while the parts of the Adana region south of Tufanbeyli were in Cilicia). The city of Comana was situated near Sarkoy, some kilometers north of Tufanbeyli.

By what coincidence could it be that while the Kiev-like Qeve/Keveh/Kue location is in Adana, in the Seyhan theater, where also Comana is found, the Commin/Cumins surname ("dagger" in Crest, Macey / Mackay symbol) shows gold-on-blue garbs, symbol of the Cue/Kew Coat??!! It's as though the heraldry masters knew exactly from whence they came, from the Hell of Tartarus.

The Scottish Commins/Cumins and the Cues were both first found in Norfolk, where Vere- and Melusine-related, two-tipped-spear Fulkes lived who use a "Qui sera sear" motto. The Sarkoy location in the above quote was either the same as, or near to, the Sarez location that appears named after the Sarus/Saros river. Entering "Saras" brings up the Sarsen/Saracen surname, using a gold Shield as with the Sarah Coat with bear motto terms. The Sarah Coat has a design like the Toothill design, not forgetting that the Tout/Toot Coat has the same red box as the Bear Coat. The raven in that Bear Coat is perched on a gold garb.

Typhon = Tufanbeyli must have been the Everes (= Avaris, Hyksos capital) >Tiresias > Daphne line, and while "Daphne" was likely at the root of "Tufan," she was later depicted as a dolphin=porpoise. As you may know by now, the garbs above, in the same colors, are the Arms of Cheshire, where Maccabees are suspect as Maceys, Mascys, and Meschins.

Interestingly, I traced mount Acra at Jerusalem to mount Aqra, the modern mount Saphon (Syria/Cilicia border). Not only do I think that Daphne=Typhon named Saphon, but the city of Daphne in Syria was also "Harbiye, a term that I traced to garb-like mount Gareb at Jerusalem. Harbiye and Daphne were later re-named, Antioch, by Seleucus I.

Toothills (Mackesy / Mackie lion) were first found in Cambridgeshire, as with the Comes/Cumms but English Comes/Combs were first found in Perthshire. They are therefore highly suspect as the Perthshire line that gave birth to Pontius Pilate.

Keep in mind that Sardinian elements were of the Viscontis, who not only named the Piedmont location of Massino-Visconti, but were found to be the proto-Piast bloodline out of Pisa, beside Massa-Carrara, wherefore Masovia in Poland, where Drakes=Drakenberg seems to have taken root, should trace to the mainline Macabees at Massa-Carrara. If you don't know, the Arms of Warsaw use Melusine, and Warsaw, smacking of Veres, is the capital of Masovia.

As per the trace of Nazi-related Scerffs to the Sheriffs of Warwickshire, "Warsaw" was entered just now, to find the same axe in Crest as in the Gomery Crest. The Warwick surname first found in CUMBerland...while Comes/Combs were first in CAMBridge, and then the Comes/Cumms are also "Gomm." It's as though the Comana location in Cilicia was a Gomerian / Cimmerian bloodline that named Cumberland. Comerfords (see also Camelfords/Comerfors) use a Shield like that of MontGomerys, and the latter were first found in Renfrewshire, where Maccabee-suspect Pollocks and Speers were first found.

A green-on-white (= MacCabe colors) lion is used by the Touch/Tuff Coat, which I include here because of the "Touch" motto term of the Comes/Combs. The Tuff surname can be traced to mythical Typhon, of the Comana theater! t should be added that the Comes/Combs motto includes "cat" as probable code for the Cilician Cati. The same motto in full is from the Chattan and Chatan clans, and used by some branches of Clan Chattan. There's a Cat(t)/Ketts surname first found in Norfolk, and that's where the "Qui sera sera" motto is found, as well as the Commins/Cumins!!! We have definitely found the dragon's litter box.

Recall the lattice that was found related to the MacCabes (near the end of the last update). I kid thee not that when I started the Maccabee hunt within the Piasts last night, it centered around the lattice symbol used on the stockings of mythical Siemowit. The Taffe Coat uses lattice, wherefore I would link the Touch's/Tuffs to them. The latter were first found in Cheshire.

Siemowit, father of Lestko, holds a spear. Clicking back to the Lestko page, Lestko/Leszek, father of SiemoMYSL, holds a spear too. Clicking to the Siemomysl page, he holds what could be a mace. Back therefore to the Warsaw surname, that could be from Warsaw, Masovian capital. We saw that the Warsaw Crest used the same axe design (with wooden handle) as the Gomery Crest, but then the Gomery Coat shows the metal gloves ("gauntlets") of a knight used by the Macey Coat, right beside the Macey mace! The Gomery gauntlets are used in the same position by the Waynes (pelicans)...and Vains/Vanes, a sept of Mackays.

In the prophecy of Ezekiel 38, the Gomer peoples are linked to the Meshech and Rosh in an end-time Gogi alliance. One can't get much more ROSy-Cross than the red roses on a white cross of the Camelford/Comerford Coat. Remember, Mieszko is likely from, or led to, the Mieske/Mesech surname. See also the Cross-surname motto that traces to the Spree river in Poland and to the Massin/Mason motto, and why the Rosy clan (Norfolk), who use a stork as with the Cross Crest, use a Shield like the Wheelwright Shield.

I almost missed, but going back to fetch any surnames using the Mieske/Mesech arm-and-sword, I passed by the Drake Coat, with the same (almost) Warwick / Gomery arm-and-axe in Crest! Not surprising, but it does support the Warsaw link to Warwick. The Taffees/Taffs use the Mieske arm-and-sword, not exactly the same design, but then the Taffies use lattice, the symbol on Siemowit's stockings. The people who created Siemowit's stockings know something, do they not?

The arm-and-axe is also in the Dagan/Daikin Crest, probably important where Mieszko was also "Dagome."

The lattice is officially "fretty," and while no Coats come up with that term or similar ones, I would suggest that it's code for Ferte-Maces, of Ferrat elements in Cuneo and/ or neighboring Aosta.

It was amazing when the "Underwear Bomber" landed at Romulus, Michigan, in Wayne county, for at that time I found that Romulus had been co-founded by Pullens and Pulcipher surnames. I ended up tracing the Wayne pelican to "Pulc(ipher)" as a result, especially as Pullens use pelicans too. Shortly afterward, Tim found "Pulsipher" listed under the Cheshire Polesdons, and from that I knew that Pollocks, a Maxwell sept, were definitely related to Meschins / Masci / Maceys of Cheshire. I can't recall how much after the Underwear-Bomber incidence that the Romney Coat was found (it could have been moments after) to be the Pullen Coat, which linked Romulus with Romneys, and of course Romulus was the founding term of Rome.

Yesterday, in the last update, the Rollo line was linked to Romans of some sort, and today the Rollo Coat's "tout" term led to the porphyry-suspect Toothill surname (Cambridge), using the Romney / Pullen design (all three look like Chattans / Chatans and therefore Botters from Lucca, where the as-of-now-important Massars were from). This is especially useful in that Rollo's people had been Piast-Pole suspect while I now suspect porphyry-carrying Maccabees in Masovia of Poland and Massovia of Polabia.

The "Nulla" motto term of the Pullens just brought "Noel" to mind, and entering it, there was lattice!!! Right down Siemowit lane! The "cuique" motto term smacks of the Kue location near Comana. Noels were first found in Staffordshire (beside Cheshire), where the Camelfords/Comerfords/Cumbers (peacock) were first found who are suspect as the Comana-of-Cilicia line to Comes / Combs et-al. The Comerfords of Ireland also use a peacock, and Peacocks, who use mascles, are a sept of Pollocks.

Knowles, with red roses on a Hebron-colored chevron, show an elephant in Crest. The "Keep" motto term of the Hebrons, traced to Kiev elements that should include the Cobb surname, also using the Hebron-colored chevrons...and the Knowles elephant!!! Coverts applied to Cobbs, and the entering "Cover" brings up the same colors of Cove surname (Toothill-type Shield)...with that Drake / Gomery arm-and-axe once again!

The Toot term may have no similar people-group ancestry if it's a variation of the Tuttels who are themselves a variation of Thistles who are themselves variations of Thals/Tals. That leads back ultimately to Taillebois, whom I think were Salyes Ligurians as they got to become Salop's Talbots, related to the Sales-of-Mascy. To that it should be added that Covens/Gowens use a thistle in Crest, the same thistle as the Robins.

The Covens/Gowens were "Mac Ghobhainn" to the Irish. It may be important that Siemowit ruled a Polish peoples named after Goplo lake. When seeking what that term could link to last night, I happened on the Gobel(in) surname using the Masci wing and Macey Shield! That was excellent because I trace Siemowit's descendent to the Meschins. Italian Gobels were first found in Mantua -- founded by a Hyksos>Manto=Daphne line -- and use a camel.

Comes/Cumms use a black-on-white lion, the color and style of the Patterson lion. Pattersons use a camel, and then there were the Camelfords/COMERfords/Cumbers that should apply to the Patterson camel, and yet here we now find the Patterson camel design where the Gobel surname is registered, while the other Gobel surname uses the Masci symbols. It's the Gomer and Meshech alliance one again, now suspect in Poland's Goplo lake. A camel was found also in the Pepin Crest, and so let's read:

In early Middle Ages, the shores of Lake Goplo were home to a West Slavic tribe of Goplanie. At the northern end of the lake stands the Mouse Tower of Kruszwica. Its name derives from a legend of the corrupt Prince Popiel, whose fled to the tower from his rebelling population, and was devoured there by mice.

Didn't I suggest that Mieszko's ancestry was in Merovingians somehow. I did not know anything then concerning Popiel...who could link back to Merovingian Pepins. As I said many times that the anti-Christ will be of a mouse (i.e. some Masci) bloodline, it should be said that the Mouse Tower (Polish, "Mysia Wieza") of Kruszwica may have been named, in reality, after a Mouse-like clan related to the Popiels. And the Gobel(in)s=Mascis are forcefully coming to mind. "Kruszwica smacks of the Cruse surname and is therefore a potential root of the RosaCruz / RosenKreuz / RosaeCrucis cult, especially as Veres trace to Masovia. The Cruse/Cruise/Crouse Coat is in Vere colors (let's not forget the "grouse" in the Arms of Hamar).

In the 3rd update of September, while tracing Scherffs to Sheriffs of Warwickshire:

...the Shuck [Warwickshire] write-up uses a "goblin" term as derivation for the surname. Entering "Gobelin" brings up an English Gobelins/Gouberts/Gauberts, and then entering "Gober" brings up a clan likewise first found in Warwickshire.

As we have just traced Warwickshire to Masovia's Warsaw, shouldn't the Gobers and Gobelins/Gauberts link to the Goplo region??? If so, shouldn't Piast Poles trace to Mascis of Piedmont and the neighboring location of Pavia/Papia, founded by Laevi and Marici?

Did we trace the Gomer-like terms to the Commins/Cumins and Cues/Kews -- both of Norfolk? Yes, and then the gold-on-blue scallops used by both are found also in the Chief of the Gobelin/Goubert surname above (not the Gobel(in) Coat with Masci wing)! The Gobelins/Gouberts were first found in Hampshire, where Masovia-related Drakes were first found. Possibly, "Gober" was a Gomer variation. Why is the Massey horse in the German (Baden) Goober/Gaub/Goeb Coat???

The positioning of the gold symbols in the Gobel(in) Coat is evocative of the MontGOMERY Coat, which wouldn't have been mentioned had not the latter uses fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Masci fleur. The Gomer-Meshech alliance in our faces, disguised as a sweet smelling Rosh.

If green and white can be deemed a Maccabee entity even 25 percent of the time, then place bets on the Gabriel/Gable/Gabell Coat. The surname was first found in Sussex, where the Puttens and Medleys were first found. Remember, when I sought other elite names of Russia in Sussex, I was led to the green and white Massars as per seeking possible Makarov lines. A trace of Gabriels/Gables to Massars seems likely because Puttens have already been identified with Botters, who, like Massars, were first found in Lucca. Moreover, it had already been found that Dutch Puttens use a saw-tooth border like the French Gabriels, first found in Calvados, where Meschins lived as they ruled the Bessin.

Whether general Makarov has anything to do with Massars or Sussex is not the point. The point is that the Russian rulers could very well be Masseys of Sussex roots, so that if the anti-Christ does come out of Putin's Russia in 2012-2016, or shortly thereafter, we could have the "Mouse" in our faces at that time.

Camel-using Gobels were just traced as per the Pepin camel to Pavia/Papia, and here we find a Gabriel variation amongst Gobels, evoking the huge topic of a few updates ago where Hungarians or proto-Hungarians, while merged to the line of Gavril/Gabriel Radomir, were on the Ticino river, the location of Ticinum, otherwise called Pavia! If I'm not a magician who can play tricks with your mind, what exactly are we wringing out?

The Massars of Lucca were not far off from Pavia, but we wouldn't restrict Massars only to Lucca. Massa-Carrara seems to be a Massar landing, and then read this:

Further east [in Kruszwica], in the forests of the middle course of the Vistula to the north of Pilica, lived the most savage of the Polish tribes, the Mazurs. This tribe was the latest to come under the sovereignty of the principality and began its political existence on the bank of the Goplo Lake under the leadership of the Piast, whose dynasty ruled the country until 1370.

We want to see the Mazur article:

They are descended from Masovians (Polish: Mazowszanie; German: Masowier), Polish settlers from Masovia who moved to Prussia especially during and after the Protestant Reformation...

The Mieske/Mesech surname was first found in Prussia. Here's the Dutch Mazur Coat that may apply. I've seen the castle a few times, but the clans that use it never stick in my mind [one is the French Martins, very significant; see "Mazur" in the 3rd update this month]. Here's the Italian Mazzar Coat that may apply. English Masars/Messors/Meshers/Messiers show no Coat; first found in Lincolnshire. French Messiers/Messeys, first found in Burgundy, likely link to Pilates.

It's no surprise that the Rollo Danes should be of the line out of Adana, for that's where the Samson Danaans left when stacking Argos with proto-Danes. In that picture, the Siemo-based Mieszko Poles were related to the Danes, which should explain why Mieszko's daughter, called "the haughty," married the ambitious Danes.

She gave birth to Canute/Cnut, and his line named Nottingham, according to the Notting write-up, where the Shakespeare surname was first found. The theory is that the Shakespeare spear is the spear of destiny, and as we might expect that spear to be used by Pilate bloodlines, even as it seemed so in the last update, why does the Shakespeare description say a gold spear "with a silver tip"? The Tipps surmame (must have the 's') uses downward pheons, as with the Pilate surname. The Tipps Coat shows a black bull head, symbol also of the Mieske/Mesech Coat. The Tipps Coat, black and gold, are the colors of the Shakespeare pheons and of the Mieske/Mesech/Mesac bull and Shield. These are also Meschin colors.

Shakespeare, whoever he was (some say he, as someone else, founded Rosicrucianism), looks Maccabee-ish on three sides: the Tipps>Tippers, the Massey-related Poles, and the Fulks.

The Gopla region was named after a Glopeani peoples, but also called Goplanie. I'm going to use the Glopeani spelling. Is that a "pheon" buried in that term? I don't know. I reasoned in the last update that Maccabees had their beginnings as a Maezaei merger with the Boii of Pannonia, and I do trace the pheon to Pan elements at Lake Van. The namers of Lake Van (near Mus province) were Biaini ("ini" is a suffix), and so I trace the pheon to them. As we can see, the Bia of Lake Van look like the Boii, and so a Glopeani term may have been a Glo/Gol entity merged with the Boii-related namers of Pannonia.

I tend to trace Pannonia to the Poeni=Phoenicians of Greece. However, I maintained that the Peoni/Paeoni were Poeni, and then I traced "Paeoni" to the Payen/Paien surname (Paines use a broken spear). It just so happens that the first grand master of the Templars, Hugh de Payen, was of Champagne elements. I had none of this in mind when I introduced the Gobel(in) surname a couple of hours ago, nor when I traced it to the Gopla region of Poland less than an hour ago. The Gobel(in) surname was first found in Champagne!!!!!

The Paines are easily traced to Malahule of More (son of the Eystein who was a Maccabee-important character in the last update), and his family also ruled at Opland/Upland...that I traced to the Hopland location of the Mascis, and to the Copeland region of the Meschins. That is, "Gopla" = "Copeland"? Why do Koppels use the Sinclair rooster? Do Sinclairs trace to Gopla by marriage to Mascis / Meschins of that place? Sounds correct.

Did we see a red box in Rollo-related Coats? There's another red box in the Copeland Coat. I've seen it called a "square," but Copelands call it a canton, smacking of the Sinclair link to Candidas / Candys. Candidas were first found in Naples, where the Capua/Capone surname (black-on-white lion) was first found that traces to mythical Capys.

Entering "Gope" brings up the Mackesy / Mackie lions once again, though the surname is shown as "Gape(s)." Maccabees of the MacCabe/MacAbee kind were traced (last update) to Cabels and Capelli, and they now smack of the Gobels et-al. Taffees and Cabels both use the lattice as well as the arm-and-sword...seen, not only in the Mieske/Mesech Coat, but in the Bessin/Beaston Coat that links both to Meschins and MaccaBEE elements. I traced the lattice-using Cotts/Cottins to Cottians of the Savoy theater. When things click along this good, we must be getting close to the finish line.

This is the place to say that French Masseys/Masses were first found in Savoy, the point now being that they use Massar and Massaei variations, the very same as the Massars/Massais. I've been at this a long time, but shame on me who did not consciously know that the Massey/Masse boot was a "chain boot." That must be code for the Chain/Chenay surname with Masci wing. The Hyksos implication is of obvious importance.

The Chenue/Chesny surname is obviously related, and as it's first found in Burgundy, its upside-down chevron could be that of the Pilate-related Mar Coat. There are several Khyan-like variations such as "Cheynue." The Chanut variation smacks of king Canute, and it could be that Canute was named after this bloodline, not vice versa.

Aha! The Cnut/Canute Coat is the same-colored chevron. How much does it make sense to trace Danaan-related Khyan to the Danes? But after whom was Canute named. He was son of a Mieszko!!! But how was his mother, Swietoslawa, a Chenue and/or Chenay?

Didn't I trace Khyan's alternative name, Apachnas, to "Bucking(ham)"? Yes, and then the Buckin(ham) Coat (in the colors of the Knots/Canutes) and uses three besants on a blue bend, as does the Knotting Coat!!! Wow. Dick Cheney is a Khyan-line Hyksos. Tinker of it.

The Chaine/Chenay write-up: "First found in Normandy, where the family dates back to the Gauls in the sixth century when their root name of Cassanus was used according to the French historian Morlet. After the 9th century the family allied and intermarried with the Vikings or Northmen, when they were recorded as an ancient Norman family with seats and estates." The writer seems to be saying, but not elaborating with specificity, that Morlet traced the Cassanus term to Canute. There may be no telling how reliable Morlet's conclusions and sources were. I would not at all view "Cassanus as a root term. I am sure that the Chaines traced to a Khyan-like term.

Entering "Cassan" gets yet another red square, a Rollo-related symbol and therefore link-able to Danish vikings. The red three triple chevrons should link to the same of the Clare Coat. We read: "First found in Hampshire, where a Ralph Cattessone was on record in 1115..." German Cassans use the same red-on-white, and Italian Cassans/Cassius (Modena) can be linked as per the use of the German clan's blue fesse.

The Patterson/Cussane write-up traces to "Casan" and "Kissane." The Kissane Coat then shows the red stag of the MacCarthys/Arthys -- of Muskerry (Cork) -- and the Kissanes were first found in Kerry and Cork. The MacCarthys were part of the Deas/Dais clan that I traced to Mus of Lake Van. I identified the line from mythical Dia, wife of Ixion, and the latter was identified (by me) with "Khyan." Chain-cidence?

The Chaines/Cheynes can now be linked to a Gol entity. Recall when it was said, before the present topic had been conceived, that "a Glopeani term may have been a Glo/Gol entity merged with the Boii-related namers of Pannonia." First, the Glopeani were traced to Lake Van too, BEFORE conceiving this section on the Chaines/Chenays leading to Cassans>Kissanes. By "Gol," I had assumed the Gauls, and then the Chaine write-up traced to Gauls...who were moving into northern Italy as the Boii invaded the Bologne / Modena theater. Cassans were first found in Modena, and so we assume the Chaines/Chenays were there too.

[Insert -- Why is it that the writer of Piast myth codes called himself, Gallus Anonymous? Could that be part-code for the Ananes bloodline? Aside from his writings, there is no one else who writes on the Siemowit and Piast terms. He gives "Choscisko" for the father of Piast Kolodziej. Note that the Gallus surname used the Sinclair rooster in black, I just saw one. Let me go fetch...Amazing. No guff, this paragraph is an insert the day after writing the above. I had forgotten that the writer was "Gallus" when suggesting that Piast Poles were Golls=Gauls. I had introduced the Koppel surname like so: "Why do Koppels use the Sinclair rooster? Do Sinclairs trace to Gopla by marriage to Mascis / Meschins of that place? Sounds correct."

Yes, it's the Koppels who use a black rooster, the same one as per the Gallus Coat. That CANNOT be coincidental. Ted Koppel is from Gopla lake! And with one swoop, we also link the Piast Poles to the Sinclair bloodline, just as was suspected in the Rollo discussion at the end of the last update. Ted Koppel married a Dorney surname, first found in Kerry. English Dorney are also Dawny and use a Coat much like the Romneys, Toothills and Chattans.

The Italian Gallus surname is from the very region to which I'm tracing the Mieszko Poles: "First found in northern Italy which today incorporates the provinces of Cremona, Brescia, Pisa and the city of Florence. The earliest records of the surname Gallus date back to Florence, where the Galigai family can be traced to 1039."

ZOOOWIE! LOOK AT THE TIMING. Aside from Wikipedia's article saying that Ted Koppel had German-Jewish parents: "Koppel is an old friend of Henry Kissinger." Compare "Kissing" with "Kissane"!!! Didn't we just trace Kissanes, who were linked to Chaines/Cheynes, to MusKerry??!! Astounding. Ted Koppel married kin when he married a Dorney, making him suspect as an Illuminatist tool. Pity.

AHA! Check out the blue-on-white bend of the Kissing/Gissin Coat, the same essentially as the Dorney Coat!!! That's why Koppel was a friend of Kissinger; they knew he was close kin to his wife. Somewhere in this world, there is a library, many secret libraries, with heraldic knowledge used to run the world. The rulers today are not there because they are bright or worthy, just ask Obama, but because they happen to be born of certain bloodlines. The Dawnys look very Doun=Dunham related to me.

Kissings even use the arm-and-sword in what looks like the precise design as the one in the Mieske/Mesech Coat, as well as matching (or roughly matching) the same symbol in the two lattice-using surnames, Cabels and Taffees. That's more evidence that someone out there, the one who put lattice on Siemowit's stockings, is in-the-know on Piast ancestry. LOOK: ChosCISko, father of Piast, is a Kissing code.

WOOOOOOWWWWOOOOOW. After writing that, "Kiss" was entered to find...the Sinclair rooster!!! Variations include Cuss and Kush...but I recognize the Coat's so-called fountains as that of the Cass/Cash/Cast Coat that I've linked to the Cussanes of the Pattersons! ABSOLUTELY WILD! The latter were first found in Cambridge, where Toothills and Combs were first found.

Polish heraldry uses red and blue as favorite colors, the colors of the Fountain Shield (green snake in Crest, a Mackesy symbol). But I suspect that the Polish Kissings et-al link to Italian Fontanas...who came up when I was on the 13 Illuminati families, as per the Bundy link to Ponts / Points / Bonds / etc. It now rings of PONTius Pilate, the stupid man who wouldn't listen to his wife. Fontanas were first found in Tuscany, and that's where Pisa and Massa-Carrara are located. (The Italian Gallus surname was first found in Tuscany).

BANG-ON! Spanish Fontanas use red scallops, the colors of the Tancred scallops, important because I linked Robert and Roger Guiscard (brothers), who were Tancreds, to then-green-snake VIScontis, who were in turn linked to Piast ancestry in Sardinia and Pisa. There is an online drawing of the Guiscards, that Wikipedia has withdrawn from its Robert-Guiscard article, showing one Guiscard with lattice-like design on his attire. Fortunately, I found it elsewhere and saved the painting in my files. Here it is.

Look at that painting of the Guiscards. What do you see on the floor? It's a pulley, symbol for Poles. Clever artist who was in-the-know; entering "Pulley," we get red scallops on a Toothill bend!!! The Pulley Coat is the Romney and Pullen Shields! Even the (Chaine-like) Cain/Kahan Coat is almost identical!!! Another arm-and-sword in the Irish Cain/Kayne Coat! Yes, the line of pharaoh Khyan, in Poland.

You read it and know it, and it's time that the world heard about it. Protect yourself if your spread this info to key players in the world, for the people you send it too may be one of them. Don't reveal who and where you are.

The Pulley/Pullen motto term, "culpa," now smacks of a Cull variation of the Gauls, and then the Cull Coat (raven in Crest) is the Ferte eagle, expected where the lattice=fretty is code for the Ferte bloodline. The enlightening section below on the Chaines and Golls was written yesterday, prior to this find. It's all extremely important to finally undress the Piast codes.

As per the Ath topic below, also written yesterday, I should add what I learned yesterday, that Sarah Palin, probably a Polish line as with Ron Paul and Mitt Romney, is a Heath on her father's side. Check out the Sinclair rooster in the Heth/Heath Coat, keeping in mind the black-on-white Palin lion, probably linked to the Patterson/Cussane/Casan lion. This is becoming bizarre. Who are these people, really?

Aha! The Patterson lion is colors-reversed to the Edgar lion, and the Heth/Heath Shield was found to be the same as the Edmond Shield when I was on the Edgar and Edmond topics, as per queen Margaret's Saxon family. Margaret was the sister of Edgar AETHeling!!! The Heths/Heths!!!!! Margaret's and Edgar's grandfather was Edmund Ironside. The Ironside Coat uses Polish red and blue, and the motto, "In hoc signo vinces," links to the Taffie motto, "In hoc signo spes mea," thus proving that Ironside was linked to the Polish fretty-lattice line.

The Heath Coat is no-doubt a version of the Olive Coat, using a cockatrice in Crest in place of a rooster. The cockatrice is "combed and wattled." Combincidence?

Then, the Scottish Wattle surname is properly shown as Wardlaw and Wadley, using mascles in the colors of the Wards and Wades. The English Wards/Vardes use a "comme" motto term. No, it wasn't a combincidence. I recognize the Ward/Varde checks as the Vere checks of the Warrene Coat. There's another red canton in the latter Coat, and it has a white lion, probably the white-on-red lion of the English Wattles/Whatleys. The Whats/Whadcocks should apply, and who knows, maybe even Who on first and Idunno on third. The Wades probably use the French Messey/Messier Shield.

It was only yesterday that I learned of Dick Cheney's wife, Lynne Vincent. As per the Holder topic below, as it is finally proven to be from the Piast Poles, let me say that the dragon design of the Vince/Vinch Coat hardly ever, if ever, comes up, though I recall saying that the closest I've seen were the Holder dragons. Remarkably, Holders link to the Kissane = Chaine/Chenay bloodline.

Yes, indeed, the Margaret-related Saxons do trace to Poland, and I know where to, for the dynasty was of the House of Wessex, and the old term for Wessex" was "Gewisse," from the Kwisa / Queis river in Poland's Lusatia. Qeve/Keveh comes forcefully to bear. Hmm, I trace Varangians, who stationed themselves in Kiev (Ukraine), to the Varni in the land (Polabia) where Saxons proper first developed.

Kiev was co-founded by a legendary (perhaps mythical) Scheck character, and it's therefore very Warsaw-interesting that the Sheck term brings up the Shicks/Shacks/Shakerleys, linked recently to the Shucks of Warwickshire...who were discussed in relation to the Scherff>Sheriff line to Warwick. Shucks use an Alexander-colored chevron, and the Sheck Shield is a white-on-green chevron in colors reversed to the What/Whadcock chevron. The Scheck term itself brings up a Schack clan first found in Baden, where Veringens ruled.

Scheck's brother, Khoriv, smacks of "corvos," the Greek raven (Sinclair symbol), and then "Corbey" brings up what looks like a version of the Sinclair cross. The oldest brother, Kyi, smacks of the Key surname, and it just so happens that one Key Coat uses the chevron style of the Sinclair-related Heaths, Edmonds, and Olives. Heaths trace to Quwe by way of Keith Cati and their Seaton kin of SEYtown. Edmonds trace to Quwe by way of their roots in the Kwisa > Gewisse entity. Olives=Laevi trace to Quwe as per Caiaphas elements suspect there.

The "Espere mieux" motto of the Heths/Heaths can now be linked to "Mieszko," for, to the Poles, he was Miecislaw!! The Meiks/Meeks of Fife could apply.

AHA! Didn't I trace Spaldings to Hesperides, and here we now find an "Espere" term in a Polish surname that is Sarah Palin's maiden name. Therefore, what about a removal of the "S" to get "Palding"? Entering "Pall" brings up the French Paul/Poll/Pohl Coat. The black Sey bull head, probably link-able to the Mieske/Mesech bull head, is used by German Pohls/Pohlands.

JUST FOUND. The Kees(e) Coat uses the arm-and-sword!! How better to make a Mieske link? AND, the Keese's were first found in Swabia, as with the Schecks. The Kees(e) write-up may insinuate Khazars as well as the Cheese/Cheser surname" "The name is derived from the Middle High German word 'kaeser, denoting a person who made and sold cheese." The German Kaiser surname (billets) uses the crown of the Martel, Capet, and Clyde Coats. Sounds more French than German, and of course it's a very wealthy and powerful family. English Kaisers show no Coat, were first found in Oxfordshire, and show Kaser, Keaser, Kesser, and Keysar variations.

What shall we say, that Khazars of the pre-Khazar empire founded Kiev? Were they the proto-Poles too at Goplo? I ask because the Cheese/Cheser surname was first found in Norfolk, as with the Kissings that use an arm-and-sword too. Kissings, Kisses and Kissingers were linked earlier on this page to Koppels, themselves named after Goplo, and to the ChosCISko myth code that was traced by Gallus Anonymous to Goplo. Hmm, Khazaria was also "Chosaro." Hmm, Koppels were first found in Nuremburg, where Hohens were who trace with Cohens/Kagans to Khazars. I never would have guessed.

Let's look at the root of these clans in Quwe. There was a KizzuWATna region there that now smacks of the Whats and Wades et-al, a couple of which used a Shield full of checks, as do Hohens and Cohens. Kizzuwatna was also "Khassi," the possible proto-Khazars. Does this mean that Franks were of the Khazar bloodline? Are we not convinced that Merovingians were, like the rulers of Khazars, Hebrews? But what kind of Hebrews? Edomites, I say.

Sarah Palin was preceded as Alaska governor by a Polish surname, Murkowski. Previous to Frank Murkowski, the governor was a Knowles. Recall that Noels also use lattice, a Polish-Piast symbol. Is Alaska Little Poland? What's that bull head, same as the Say bull head, doing in the Anchor Crest? Isn't Sarah Palin from Anchorage, Alaska? Didn't I already trace the anchor-using Kyles to the Mieszko Poles?

Frank Murkowski arranged to put his daughter in charge of the US Senate seat for Alaska, and she is married to a Martell, whom I'm assuming for the time being is a Maccabee bloodline, as with the Poles under discussion. Entering Murk gets the Merkels/Markels, the bloodline now ruling Germany, which I think is by and large in the hands of Hohen invisibles. Didn't I trace Marks to the Marici, co-founder of Pavia with the Laevi??? Of the four Mark Coats, one uses checks in Cohen-check colors, and another uses checks in Hohen-check colors. Another Mark Coat uses fleur-de-lys, as with the Merkels/Markels.

There are things I need to add for future reference that may not be interesting for the casual reader. This section is another such case...where what starts out trivial ends up key. Entering "Mercy" brings up no such terms, but rather brings up the Maisys/Mayseys, suggesting that Mercers/Merciers may have been Messiers/Messeys. I add this here because the Mercer Chief uses the same patee crosses, in colors reversed, as the Muse/Mowse/Meaux Chief.

The Meaux term is like the "mieux" of the Heath motto, and when studying the Coats above, one sees signs of the Keaths...of the Musselburg area. Then, the "Mayse" term, nearly the Meyse variation of the Maisys/Mayseys, brings up the black mouse of the Meisels/MISLs. Did I say that this exercise might be uninteresting for you? It was right here that I realized the trace of mythical SiemoMYSL, of the Mouse-Tower Poles, to that black mouse!!! This black mouse was already a topic, shortly below, where I had failed to see the trace to Siemomysl.

The original point was, not that Meisels smack of Musselburg (a good point too that potentially links or even traces Keiths to Mouse-Tower Poles, but that the Maiseys/Mayses were first found in Gloucestershire, as with the Samsons that I trace to Siemowit and his grandfather, SiemoMYSL. To now find that Meisels come up with a "Mayse" term traces them (and Maisys) to the Mouse-Tower Poles in yet this other way. MOREOVER, the Meisels/Misls use a gold-on-black lion of the same design as the black-on-gold lion of the Sam/Sammes Coat. It now stands to reason that Mussels/Muscels and Mascals / Maskalys all trace to the Mouse Tower. English Merciers/Masars (showing no Coat) and Mussels were both first found in Lincolnshire. Mussels use the Meschin-Shield format, replacing the scallops with "plates" that are suspect as a Pontius-Pilate line. It has been my guess over this and the last two updates that the Pilate surname in Burgundy was linked to the Messiers/Messeys (first found in Burgundy), and here I now find plate-using Mussels in the same place as English Merciers. Platincidence?

Remember, at this time I'm tracing the birth of Pontius Pilate in Perthshire to the Rollo surname, first found in Perthshire. The Mercier write-up traces the surname to the idea of "reaper," but if this is code for Ropers and Rovers, it leads to Rollo-related vikings...and to Carl Rove, an important "boss" in the Bush-Cheney administration, important because Cheneys already trace to the Mouse Tower. Do Roves and Rovers also trace to the Mouse Tower?

Reapers are also "Rafe" and "Rove" brings up the raven-using Rolfes/Roffs/Ruffs. English Rovers (who, like Messiers, don't show a Coat), are also "Ruffer." Ropers use just the same falcon as the Hampshire Botters, but in the colors of the German Ropers, who use a Moor head, a symbol special to the Rollo vikings. Ropers are also Rapers, and that for me spells "pirates," not reapers of vegetables. God forbid that sacred vikings should grow their own food. Pillaging is so much more manly a pursuit.

Later below, I make a super discovery that includes this sentence: "Cnuts/Canutes, linked to the Masci wing of the Mieszko-related Chaines/Chenays, were first found in Darby-founded Derbyshire." In that discovery, Cheneys were the bloodline that named Canute (who probably didn't grow vegetables), and for that reason and others Chenays were traced to the Mouse Tower. You'll see why. The point here is that Ropers were first found in Derbyshire.

There was a Rollo-related viking group that uses a raven symbol, a group by the name of Stout. You may have read where I trace the Pilate bloodline to the Plates/Blattens, and therefore to the Dane, Blatand Bluetooth. It has everything to do with tracing Cheneys and Canute to the Mouse Tower. The point here is that we find another so-called "plate" in the Dutch Stout Coat!!!

I admittedly have the problem of tracing these Plate entities to Pontius Pilate, but the evidences for that idea are building well. It's when we find suspect Pontius-Pilate lines linked to Valery lines that the evidence is especially good. The Rollo-Coat chevron is in the colors of the Valery chevron. Pause. Remember too that the "tout" term of the Rollo motto led to Touts and Mackesy-related Touthills, and therefore to Tuttels/Toothills...who use the Rollo / Valery chevron. Pause.

The "passe" term in the Rollo motto brings up the Pascals, first found in Essex, where Tuttels were first found. Shouldn't we expect Valerius and Pilate lines in Essex? Who were the Pascals, anyway, and why do they use the Levi lion? As per my link of Pascals to Easters, why is it that Ests/Easts (estoiles) were also first found in Essex? Can the Navonia crew, ruled by estoile-using Destons, apply here to the Roman executioners of Jesus Christ?

I kid you not that this section, from the Mercy topic until now, was an insert after the below was written. It just so happens that Nevins (also shown as "Navin") below smack of Navonia. Nevins use white-on-blue crescents, the colors of the Tuttel/Toothill crescents. Note that the Nevin write-up traces to a term said to mean, "saint," for the Saint surname is also the Sinclair surname. LOOK at this valerincidence: the Navy/Nevay surname has a very Arthurian motto, "Marte et arte," translated as "By valour and skill"!!! The surname was first found in Angus, beside the Rollos in Perthshire. The Navy/Nevay Crest is a pegasus, and the Coat, if you wish to tackle the codework, is a "...a chevalier on horseback, brandishing a scimitar silver."

A horse and a scimitar are used in the Arms of Perthshire! The red-on-gold Scottish lion holds the scimitar, and then we see a "lege" motto term in the Arms, that being proof that the red Scottish lion is that of the Ley/Legh surname (broken spear in Crest). As I trace the surname to Ligurians, the saddle on the horse may be a symbol of the Butteri cowboys, which guess I may not have provided here if not for the eagle to the opposite side of the horse, a symbol of English Botters. Besides, the Valery Coat uses the border design from Lucca, where Botters lived too. The Ley Ligurians have been traced (by me) to Leicestershire, where we find a Rutland region that I trace tentatively to the Rutili at Ardea, where Butteri rode their ranch horses.

The Arms of Perthshire (presented/created by a Drummond) also shows a canton square (the Touts of Rollo relations use a canton) that the article traces to Scone. Drummonds (first found in Perthshire), Cantons/Gantons, and Gants all use horizontal bars. Drummonds use theirs in a wavy fashion, and in the white-on-blue colors of the wavy Dutch-Gant fesse. The Nevins use a fesse in the same colors, and as they were first found in Ayrshire, the whole lot of this discussions leads to the Liris river between Rome and Naples.

Here's how. The Leicestershire Ligurians were depicted with king Leir, and he probably traces to the Liris. The Italian Candels bring up the Candida family, first found in Naples, a family that is probably in view with the Rollo-related canton. Candles are used by Kyles, of Ayrshire along with Nevins, and the English Candels and Cantons were both first found in Yorkshire, ruled by king Cole, root of the Kyles. King Coles' Essex elements that are linking to canton-using Toot(hill)s and other Pilate / Valerius elements must have been in Yorkshire too.

The Pharisee-suspected Parisii co-founded York, and then the Gaels called Perthshire, "Pheairt." The theory are: 1) that the Pharisees before Jesus' day traced to, and may even have been named after, Perthshire elements; 2) that certain leaders of the Pharisees, in Jesus' days, were in cahoots with Roman leaders in Judea, and they got Pontius Pilate from Perthshire to rule over them on behalf of Caesar: 3) Pontius Pilate therefore owed the Pharisees, and that may be why he gave into their demands to crucify Christ.

The theory works well where "Sadducee" traces to the Sitheck term said to be at the root of the Shaves/Shaws...first found in Perthshire! Moreover, I see that the Chaves variation of the Shaw bloodline somehow named Caiaphas. Yes, I did trace Caiaphas and his father to the Laevi and Ananes of Italy, but then Pascals of Essex use the Levi lion, and the Arms of Ayrshire uses the Annan(dale) saltire. Unbelievable, but neat and tidy explanation.

Elements from Novara (Laevi lived there) may have been responsible for the Navonia kingdom, for as we saw a Murcia entity beside that kingdom, in Poland's Silesia, how is it that the Marici and Laevi together founded Pavia/Papia? The Murks are Marks, I do believe. In fact, entering "Murch" brings up the March Coat (Cambridge) with a hand and axe in Crest. Didn't that Crest symbol trace earlier to Poland's Mouse Tower, where also the Pepins of Pavia trace? ASTOUNDING, for it was in the write-up of the Perthshire Sithecks=Shaws that we saw a RothieMURCHUS region run by the Shaws.

It is the Perthshire Shaws who use cups in their Coat, and Jesus made it a point to depict Pharisees and/or Sadducees with beautiful cups/bowls filled with moral filth.

Assuming that Pharisees were from the Laevi and therefore the Levi as they had linked with Passes/Pascals, by what pascincidence is it that entering "Corbin" brings up, not only a raven, but a "pascit" motto term. Jesus criticized the law of the priests that they called, "corbin." The "corvos" motto term, meaning "crow/raven" in Greek, smacks now of mythical Khoriv, founder of Chaves-like Kiev. It's incredibly hard to wrap our heads around the idea that Pharisees were from Varangian Rus, I realize, but they were rather late in history and didn't touch Britain (much, anyway). We've got to find Varangian ancestors in Britain: I say the Vere-related Picts, but even before that.

[Later, the Pilate pheon is traced to Fions/Fiennes, wherefore let me add here that clan's "posce" motto term.]

Haven't we seen enough arm-and-sword symbols? The one in the French Pascal Crest looks like the one in the Mieske/Mesech Coat. The Pascault variation could be in view in the "pascit" term of the Corbins/Corbetts, but then Pascals were from a Pasci location in Normandy. French Pascals ("spes" motto term) were first found in Dauphine, where the Valery surname was first found. The Pascal motto is translated, "Christ is my hope." That doesn't sound like a very anti-Christ family, but then it's got to be code for the Hope surname ("spes" motto term), using a chevron in colors reversed to the Valery and Rollo chevrons. Hopes were first found in Derbyshire, and you may recall what was just said the last time that Derbyshire was mentioned. It had to do with the Canute/Cnut surname first found in Derbyshire.

The Pascal lamb used by both Pascal Coats is found also in the Arms of Ayrshire. On this map of the Ayrshire area (very bottom of article), where Bute=Avalon is just off-shore of Ayr, note Prestwick smack beside Ayr, for it suggests that priests were there. Moreover, the Prestwick surname (porcupine in Crest) uses Melusine, which Nicholas de Vere located on Avalon prior to the 9th century. Recall the Kerricks, of the Ayrshire Carricks, who lived in a Prestbury location and use the symbol of the Presleys/Priestleys. What priests had these Ayrshire elements been?

"Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, formerly Prestwick International Airport...Elvis Presley set foot in the UK for the only time there in 1960..." I don't think he went to give Mass. It's funny how his first name looks like an elf/elvin term.

If you read where I identified Melusine of the Veres as the Speers, first found in Renfrew (shown on the map), see the "speravi" term of the Prestwick Coat. Did you read where I identified the mirror in Melusine's hand as code for the Glass' of Glasgow, beside Renfrew? I didn't know about this Prestwick Melusine until now. On the other map, the island of Arran is shown, just so you know we're min Tolkien land here. He called the god of his universe, "Eru," smacking of Ayr. I'm thinking that the Music of the Ainur was formed in Tolkien's mind as per the lyres of the Ayrshire Arms.

Tolkien has a chain for Melkor called, Angainor. There is an Engain/Angain/Gain surname, and then French gains were first found in Ile-de-France, same as the Levis and Lys'. "The chain used to contain the Halls of Mandos." The question is, does his chain link to the family of Chaines? If so, it suggests that Chaines were of his Mandos entity. Tolkien made Mandos and Lorien brothers, and called them, "Masters of the Spirits," which is why we can discover that the Mann/Mangus surname, that comes up with "Mand," is in view, for it uses the same fesse as the Masters Coat.

You can then see that the Masters, first found in Kent, use the same three griffin heads as the Tolkiens, also first found in Kent. Masters are in the colors of the Massins/Masons of Kent, but Tolkien's "Master of the Spirits" does not only insinuate the Freemasonic religion, but the Speers, for the Massin/Mason motto honors the Speers while the Crest shows Melusine.

"Masters of the Spirits" are, in his elf language, called, "Feanturi," and then the Masters and Tolkien griffin head comes up again, now in green, in the Fean/Fenn/Venn Coat. It's the Leslie-Crest griffin because Mands/Manns/Mangus' were first found in Aberdeen, where Leslies settled. The Mands/Manns use "Per ardua" as a motto phrase, smacking of Tolkien's Arda and related Aratar terms. Of the eight Aratars, Mandos was one. His brother, Lorien (probably the Lorren/Lorraine surname), was married to Este, and then we find the Est/East surname using Bute/Butt symbols. [As of May, 2012, I've noted that the Est/East horse head, which was the Bute/Butt-crest horsehead, has been changed to that of the Pepin and Pipe horse head].

I'd say that Mandos depicted the Manx peoples on the Isle of Mann. In any case, as we find them linked to Massin/Masons, it tends to work out that they link to the Chaines/Chenays, for the latter use the Masci wing. None of this tells me, however, where the Pilate and/or Valerius bloodlines originated.

Tolkien makes a Manwe character, king of the Valars. His wife, Varda, could be code for the Varde/Ward Coat shown earlier in this update as a branch of Vere-related Warrenes. It may imply that implies that the Valerius and/or Pilate bloodlines were from the Vere-related Picts. Tolkien may have known, and if so, we're looking for a Pilate-like term of his creation.

Varda's alternative name in the so-called Quenya language (smacks of Chenays) was Elentari, suggesting the Vere-beloved Alans, for the Angains/Gains use what could be the Alan Shield. As we just saw that the Angainor chain that held Melkor captive was traced to Massins/Masons, I'll add that I traced them to the Massi/Mattis clan using the Stewart checks. I had traced the Massis/Mattis' to the Alans of Dol, in other words, and the Stewart Coat is used on the Arms of Ayrshire, though technically the Coat on those Arms belongs to the Kyles of Bute / Ayrshire.

We then get to Yavanna, code, I think, for Vannes, Brittany, and she is made the wife of Aule. I'm assuming here that Aule is the Cauley/Auley surname that was just identified as Caledonian Picts, even the Mouse-Tower Gallus>Callus bloodline. We read that Yavanna "created the Two Trees, and is responsible for the Kelvar (animals) and Olvar (plants)." The plants evoke the Olivers, often depicted with leaves. It reminds me of the Levignes/Levines (first found in Brittany) that appeared to be Laevi and yet also Vannes elements (of the Mackay sept of Vains/Vanes/Fanes/Fains).

In Arthurian myth, I identify Vannes as the wife of king Arthur. Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote much Arthurian myth, and it just so happens that Vains/Vanes were first found in Monmouthshire. The clan (using Macey gauntlets) is suspect as Maccabee elements, which is exactly the suspicion when tracing Alans of Dol back to Massi / Massa elements of Piedmont.

The Kelvar animals could be the KelVARTS/Kalverts (Meschin colors) because they use "two staves with flags flying," perhaps the reason for Two Trees. The Kelvart motto uses "masghii," translated as "masculine," a variation of the Meschin surname. Yavanna is definitely given a tree symbol, called, Ents, and then the Hents/Hendy Crest shows "A holly bush with new leaves."

Another possibility are the Hants/Hands (Cheshire), sometimes depicted with palm trees as play on "hand." An example is the Cart Coat, using the Desmond saltire and four palm trees. I know it's the Desmond saltire (used also by Annandales) because the Hants/Hand Crest is the MacCARThy/Arthy stag.

In Wikipedia's Ent article: "Treebeard boasted of their strength to Merry and Pippin: he said that Ents were much more powerful than Trolls, which Morgoth made..." Cute, but isn't that the Mary Magdalene cult, and the Pepinids? It just so happens that the Scottish Beard/Bard surname (the Pollock boar, in my quick opinion) uses the Leslie griffin head again, and was first found in the Ayrshire theater. French Beards were first found in Brittany.

As the Leslies were from a BARTHolomew of Hungary, I need to add that, while there is no Andy Coat, which was checked as per the Hents/Hendys, the Scottish Andrew Coat not only uses green as do the Hents/Hendys, but use what I view as the Pollock Shield. As the "sapientia" term of the Andrews is nearly the : "sapienter" of the Herds/Hurds, it might in a nutshell explain the Hungarian link to some mainline Arthurian elements. The Herds use hearts, symbol of Lanarkshire too, and Beards/Bards were first found in Lanarkshire.

Although I trace the Andrews to Hungarian royals, the German Anders surname was first found in Silesia. I'm not forget that king Andrew's father had a mother from Mieszko. The ENTerl variation of German Anders may reveal that Tolkien's Ents are indeed the Andrew bloodline. Tolkien may have portrayed these entities as trees due simply to the Tree/Trew surname, for it uses two red lines like that of the Hents/Hendys. I had traced Trees/Trows (Warwickshire) to Polish Trabys and Treebys, and that was before I knew that Warwick traced to Warsaw.

Did we see Trolls linked to the Ents? The Troll surname is shown properly as TROWle/TROWell. That's a Tree/Trow match. Trolls use trefoils, a symbol that I link to Traby-like Trips/Treffs. Tolkien was a jerk, a clever jerk, but a stooge of the Illuminati.

As the Tolkien griffins are now tracing to the Leslie=Hungarian griffins, and as Arpad Hungarians (I'm thinking the proto-Hungarian Arpads) were found on the Ticino river, what about a trace of the Tolkien variations, such as Touques/Took, to "Ticino" elements? I had even found evidence of "Almos" (reported father of Arpad) in that theater. The Ticino flows by near to AlessANDRIA. One of Tolkien's Aratars was Ulmo, lord of the oceans. We read that he was second in power to Manwe.

Here's a digest from the second update in September. Seeking Almos-like surnames, "Almon" was tried with this write-up: "Almon is an ancient Anglo-Saxon name that is derived from the Old English personal name Ăthelmund." In the first update of September, Aethelings, who were in Hungary for a time, were traced to the Laevi (on the Ticino) and Ananes. The Almon(d) Crest use leaves. The Crest description: "Three blue cinquefoils with green stalks and leaves," suggesting that "stalk" could be code for Almon kin. It led to the Stacks/Stakes, Pilate conspicuous because the Pilate surname traces to a "stake." I then found that a related Stock/Stoke surname ("qui" motto term) was from a Stock location near Caen (Normandy), and then the Almon(d) write-up traces the clan to Caen.

Two major points that link the above to Tolkien's Ent trees. The "qui insons" motto phrase of the Stocks/Stokes suggests the Ince surname that uses a Coat like the Trees/Trows, as well as like the Kays/Keys that I trace to "qui" motto terms. There's a good chance that Kays and their Cyner kin trace to "Caen." We are right back to the Quwe bloodline already. Then, to support the tree theme of Tolkien further, German Stocks/Stoks (Candy-style saltire) say: "...the name is also derived from the word "stoc," which also referred to the stem or trunk of a tree."

Thus, Tolkien's Merry and Pippin codes trace to Pepins of the Ticino river flowing through Pavia and near Alessandria. It suggests that the Tolkien and Leslie griffins were the griffin in the Arms of Alessandria. To prove that the Merry and Pippin codes relate, all three Coats, that of the Stacks, Stocks and Merrys, use white ermined lions. Merrys also use a red canton square, suggesting the house of Candida of Piedmont/Savoy, which was the neighborhood of the proto-Montforts...from Monforte and/or Montferrat (Piedmont). The Stocks not only use a white two-tailed lion, as do the Montforts, but a "Fortis" motto term.

We also find "Rowan Trees" and "rouse" codes in the Ent article, indicating the Rollo Rus out of Normandy. Tolkien's codes can also be traced to the Norse Lief/Liefr surname, that I view as Olivers. Recall that Yavanna "created the Two Trees, and is responsible for the Kelvar (animals) and Olvar (plants)." Recall Mandos, for it just so happens that the English Mand/Mund Coat uses the same bee design as the Leif Coat, and that the latter's Crest has a dove with leaf as does the Stock Crest. Both Leifs and Merrys were first found in Norfolk.

Stacks/Stakes (from Caen) were first found (in England) in Gloucestershire, and use an arm-and-sword, traced above to the Mouse Tower. In fact, the lattice was traced to the lattice on the stockings of Siemowit, and then the Caen surname uses lattice. Earlier, while on the Meisels/Misls, it was said: "...the Maiseys/Mayses were first found in Gloucestershire, as with the Samsons that I trace to Siemowit and his grandfather, SiemoMYSL." Later, the Holders, also first found in Gloucestershire, trace to the Mouse Tower and to the Celts using the Pilate pheon.

You may have read in the last update where the Pilate Coat's pheons were traced to Pascals by way of the spear tips of the Pace/Pasi/Pascelli Coat. I can now add that these Paces were first found in Bologne, and that Italian Pasqualis (perhaps the Rollo-Crest stag head; see low in the Rollo page) were first found in Venice and Bologne, while Italian Pescis were first found in Venice.

I want you to know that I smell the Apachnas-Khyan line in the Cheshire Paces, who look link-able by their besants to the Knottings (think Canute/Cnut) and Bucking(ham)s. The latter two use besants in the colors of the Pagan stars. Pagans/Payens were likewise first found in Dauphine, and they use a chevron in colors reversed to the Valerys, and in the colors of the chevron of the Valois/Valour surname...that Rollo reportedly married.

Is the Rollo line tracing by their link to Passes/Pascals to the Laevi? Doesn't his wife, Poppa of Valois, likely trace to Pavia/Papia, home of the Laevi? Are we seeing the Rollo line at the bottom of the Navonia kingdom, which itself, along with its neighboring Murcia domain, traces to the Marici and Laevi at Pavia / Novara? Didn't we see the Nevin Coat with white-on-blue crescents, same as the Valois Coat? Suddenly, a Valerius link to Nevins once again, the latter of Ayrshire, where the Hercinians beside Valeria were traced.

Earlier, the Corbey surname (engrailed saltire in Sinclair-cross colors) was suggested at a Khoriv line, but now that I see the dove in the Corbey Crest, what about God's choice of dove as the symbol of Christ's baptism, which we assume was in front of some priests?

The Corbin/Corbett Coat above shows an elephant in Crest, highly suspect by now as an Esau-ite line. The French Corbin/Corbett page, also using ravens, shows "Corby and similar variations that should trace to mythical Khoriv too.

Also, mythical Perdix, inventor of the carpentry square that became a chief Freemasonic symbol, is likely at the root of the canton symbol, which I've seen called a "square." Later, the square may have developed a canton identify in honor of the Candida-Candel-Canton-Gant bloodline. The point: "Perdix" elements may have named Perthshire, thus explaining the canton in the Arms of Perthshire.

I'm keeping in mind in this Navonia discussion that I link certain vikings to Nibelungs, who were Burgundians! Nibelungs were in the Vexin, smack beside Rollo's capital at Rouen. The question therefore is, was the Pilate surname, of Burgundy, linked to, or somehow integral with, Nibelungs? If I recall correctly, it was the Pepinid Franks who were styled, "Nibelung," and they trace to Popiel at the Mouse Tower. MOREOVER ZIKERS, Pepins use a camel, symbol of Camulodunum in Essex, the region where we just suspected Pilate / Valerius branches as per Toothills, Pascals, and Ests (all first found in Essex).

I had traced Nibelungs to Nevers, France, and it just so happens that the Nevers surname (probably the Sinclair cross) was first found in Angus (beside Perthshire). Back to fetch where we had just seen Angus; I wrote: "LOOK at this valerincidence: the Navy/Nevay surname has a very Arthurian motto, Marte et arte, translated as "By valour and skill"!!! The surname was first found in Angus, beside the Rollos in Perthshire." Angus and Fife are where the Ector = Kinner cult, father of Kay, was found, and the Nevers motto uses "quae."

Did you happen to check out the anchor in the German Hope Coat while on the English Hope topic above? The Hopes were linked to Pascals as per their "hope" motto term. The Kinners of Fife use an anchor and a "hope" motto term (mythical Ector, identified as the Ector surname of Angus, was also called, "Cyner"). Ector and Kay were a grail cult, and we saw that grail-using Sheaves/Shaws traced to Fife elements, namely the Duffs...who were themselves from Irish Fies/Feys/Duffs and were therefore the Vyvyans/Veys using the Fife Shield and a chevron in Valery-chevron colors. The Vivian write-up traced to "alive," and the Kinners of Fife use, "I live in hope," for a motto.

More and more, the Romans / Romers that the Rollo-vikings had merged with are looking like the Pilate and Valerius Romans. The history of Franks in the time of Jesus was very sketchy, and vikings proper did not exist at that time. Who was, and who did the Pontius-Pilate line become, in those days??? The task is to investigate the Perthshire area at the time of Pilate's birth. Wikipedia's Perthshire article gives us nothing on that. It will be the task of the next update, Lord willing.

Burgundians are traced by others to Bornholme (or is it "Borneholm"?) off the coast of Pomerania, and the latter theater is where the Massovians and Navonians lived. End insert.

Back to Gallus Anonymous, and the Non term buried in his name. I realize how cheesy it is to suggest that a term in "Anonymous" could be meaningful. But entering "Non" brings up a Nevin clan with "sperandum" motto term, smacking of the Hesperides again, and if you're having trouble believing that a non term could be code for Nevins, so am I, but then LOOK AT WHAT WAS JUST FOUND as per the Anonymous=Ananes theory presented above: entering "Anon" brings up the Annan(dale) Coat with "Sperabo" as its entire motto! Therefore, I think we have found the Anon-Mouse bloodline, right under our cheesy whiskers.

Remember, Popiel, in the work of Gallus Anonymous, was eaten by mice as code for a mouse entity at Goplo. And he traced to Pavia/Papia, as should Palins/Pawleys, said to derive in "Pavelli." The Laevi were co-founders of Pavia, and Levi were first found in Paris, as with the Lys' that were traced to Lysimache and her brother, Paris. How could it be that Pharisees smack of the Parisii while also expected to trace to Levis / Laevis and Ananes? If the non-Israelite side of the Pharisee bloodline was thus in Poland, why not also in Khazaria?

[Insert -- the idea works rather well where mythical Khoriv of Kiev was a Khazar peoples but linked to Poles, for Poles had been from the Rollo line, apparently (that's the view that I'm taking tentatively), and the Rollo line is tracing well to Pontius Pilate and the Israeli chief priests out of Parisii-suspect Perthshire. By the way, the Eston/Aston Coat that is strongly suspect as the Neston rulers of Navonia use a "non" motto term, thus tending to jibe with a Nevin link to Navonia.

The Estons/Astons also use a "Quid" term that reminds me of the recent surprise as the Quoid and MacQuey wolf-and-chain symbols led to the chains in the Arms of Navarre, as well as to the wolves of the Navarre/Navaro surname. That picture was linked to Laevi at Novara by way of Solana write-up codes. How can it be coincidental, therefore, that after Javier Solana ended his career as the "president" of the EU, a Rompuy and ASHTON team took over? When I first traced (4th update of September) the Pilates of Burgundy with certainty to Pontius Pilate, it was with the help of the Rom/Ram surname, and even then I suggested, due to the flow of the topic, that Roms/Rams linked to "president" Rompuy.

Look at how important chains have since become, tracing Pharisees now to Mouse Tower. Did we see an elephant in the Corbin Crest, as symbol for Esau-ites? What about the black boar head in the Eston/Aston Crest, yet another symbol of Esau? It looks very good for what was only suspect, that Navonians were Pharisee-related. As the Non term seems to be code both for Nevin / Navonian elements and Ananes, it speaks to the relationship between the Ananes at Placentia and the Laevi at Novara. As Nons/Nevins (in Pilate colors) were first in Ayrshire, it shouldn't surprise to find a Nevin / Ananes branch in Perthshire.

Did you remember that the Rollo surname of Perthshire also uses a black boar? Wasn't Rollo's grandfather, "Eystein," an Eston-like term? Eastones and Steins were first both found in Norfolk. Did we see the Rollo chevron in the Vivian/Vyvyan/Vey Coat and therefore trace the Valery elements of the Rollos to the Fife elements of Vivians? Then see the "Vive ut vivas" motto of the Stones, for I think it's safe to say that Steins, and therefore possibly Eystein, were a branch of Stones. Both Stones and Vivians/Veys were first found in Cornwall.

After writing that, I left the topic and almost missed what was far above:

After viewing the next/English Robert Coat, "Non" was entered to find a "Vivis" motto term (!), of a Nevin clan first found in Ayrshire!!"

Is that not amazing corroboration? We are led to believe online that heraldry symbols are chosen by family members in fancy from a large list of options, when in reality there are very organized, well-thought-out, and recorded methods, sometimes with strict rules for transferring -- not choosing so much -- symbols from one family to another.

The Nevins use "A green branch of palm," and then the Palm/Parm Coat shows an "Ut" motto term used also by the Stone motto, Vive ut vivas." The "kettle hats" or "vair" used by Palms/Parms is used also by the Kemmis and some White Coats, for which reasons we now know that Nevins trace to the Uat/Buto cult of the Chemmite Danaans. Even the French Roberts -- first found in Burgundy where Nevers is found and where Nibelungs lived -- use the same-colored vair. End Insert]

LOOK, for as the tower that was home to Popiel is called "Mysia" to the Poles, the Mys/Mee/Meigh Coat (ravens again) is much like the Taffee, Bath/Atha, and Randolph Coats (see significance below), though even closer to the MACCLESfield Coat!!! [By now you may have forgotten, due to all the inserts, that I had been tracing Mouse-Tower Poles to Maccabees, explaining those exclamatons]. The Mys surname was first found in Nottingham [where Cheneys/Chanuts traced]!!! Therefore, the Mys surname links to the Chaines/Cheneys-of-Masci.

Again, in the last update, the MacCabes/MacAbees were linked in a very-interesting way to Newmans. The link relied heavily on Tolkien's Numenor code, which I identified years ago as the island of Arran. Such a lucky strike, for the MacCabes were first on Arran. I had shared that the Newman surname uses "Ubi" and "ibi" motto terms smacking of the Ubii Franks to which I traced Maccabees. NOW, I find a "numine" motto term in the Mys/Mee/Meigh motto, and moreover, Newmans (in Palin-colors) were first found in Dorset, where Palins were first found!! [Lest you've forgotten, Palins/Pavellis are being traced to the Mouse Tower by way of Pavia/Papia elements.]

Exclamatons never stop coming. It's raining dark mouses and contaminated pellets. By what stinkincidence is it that the German Mayse/Meisel Coat uses a black mouse??? And what are those grails doing in the Pellette/Pelot Coat?

[Lest you've forgotten, due to all the inserts, Gaul / Goll entities are suspect as per the Glopeani that named lake Goplo]. I had checked the Gol surnames before coming to the Chaine topic, and the one of interest was the white-on-blue dove of the Dutch Goll/Gollen/Golles clan. Then, studying the Chaine variations, the Shain term recalled the Shiane/Sheehan surname mentioned recently (traced suggestively to "Khyan" at Seyhan), and entering it, there was a white-on-blue dove! I now recall saying that the Ishtar cult of the Cilicia (Semiramis) theater used a dove. [Steins and Rothsteins both use the same-colored Ishtar star.]

The Goll bird (in the colors of the Gaul Coat) is not identified as per species, and it's the Kay and Kinner bird, now posing as a gull, I assume, but looking like a dove originally. Sullivans call it a robin, and Kinners a canary, but it's obviously neither. It's interesting here that some Goll-like Olivers and the Leifs/Leifrs use doves, though I think they use it on behalf of their leaf symbol i.e. showing their doves with olive branches and leaves as code for their Laevi and/or Levi.

Did you get the point above that while Chaines are looking like Khyan Hyksos, the dove of the Shianes/Sheehans, if it links to the Kinner bird, makes the Kinners, and therefore mythical Cyner, a Khyan-Hyksos line??? It works where Cyner was the alternative name of Ector, code for the Hector/Ector surname that traces to the Hector and Hecuba Trojans...Hyksos. Have you seen the Kinner-like motto term(s) of the Cyner-like Kay surname?

The Chaines/Chenays therefore seem to be of the Masci entity called Mazurs in the land of the Glopeani at lake Goplo.

The myth term, "Kolodziej," applied to Piast the founder, was traced to the Coulters and therefore to surnames such as Celt / Colt / Cult. But "Kolod" should also link to "Goplo" elements. The latter could be deceptive if indeed it started as a Goll-Paeoni merger that was shorted to Glopeani, later as "Goplo." The point of interest, after tracing the Cassanus-based Chaines to the red stag of the Kissanes, is that a red stag is used also by the Celt/Colte/Cult surname, and more interesting yet, it shows a pheon so as to support a trace of the pheon to "GloPEANI."

MORE INTERESTING YET, so interesting I think the earth is about to split open, the Celts/Coltes/Celts were first found in Perthshire, where Pontius Pilate was supposedly born. The pheon above is blue on white, and downward, just like the white-on-blue Pilate pheons. Kelts, showing a different Coat, were also first found in Perthshire. Do you know what now comes to mind? My trace of "Celt" to "Caledonian," for the Caledonians are said to have been a Pictish tribe. Was the mother of Pontius Pilate a Caledonian Pict???

If so, it traces Pontius Pilate to the Khaldi way back at Trabzon. I recall the claim now that Maurice Drummond, from Trabzon=Thermodon, was the PILOT of a ship that brought the Aethelings back to Britain. Was that claim just code for the Drummond link to Pontius Pilate? Were not Drummonds first found in Perthshire, after all???

Greek Calydon was beside Aetolia, the possible makings of "Aethel(ing)."

I traced the Khaldi to Meleager and Atalanta at CALYDon. Surely the Calydons trace to Caledonians of Scotland. I traced Meleager to Tolkien's Melkor character, leader of the Orcs/Orks that I identified as Orkney. However, I realized that, as Meleager and Atalanta were part of the fabulous (not real) Argo-ship crew (note the ship in the Gunn Coat, for Gunns were first found in Orkney), the namers of Orkney were the Orchomenians (Boiotians) that myth writers stacked the Argo ship with. From that conclusion, I traced the Argives that are insinuated by the name of the ship, to Argyllshire, smack beside Ayrshire where we expect some Pontius-Pilate blood.

Melkor myth seems to agree with a link between the Orkneys and the Argyllshire theater, for as Numenor was an island off of Argyllshire, so we read that: "Numenoreans corrupted by Sauron called [Melkor] the Lord of All and the Giver of Freedom."

Having said that, see the pheon, in colors reversed to the Pilate pheons, in the Callus Coat, a Gallus-like surname first found in Argyllshire. The pheon is in the colors of the Celt pheon. The Callus surname is also Coll, Cole, Call, and Aul, and it's red-on-white stars link it to the Ayrshire Kyles as well as to the Cauleys/Auleys.

The latter show Hohen = Khazar symbols,and a "Callide" motto term (!!!). As this bloodline now traces more easily to the Mieszko Poles (Kyles and Coles had already been traced to those Poles), it explains yet another arm-and-axe in the Cauley/Auley Crest. This looks indeed like the answer to the Gallus-Anonymous code, and it does indeed appear to include as integral the Pontius-Pilate bloodline.

The writers of the Cauley/Auley surnames are not be honest and up-front. The "Castle of Cailly" in the English-Cauley write-up smacks of the old word for Caledonia: "[The name of Caledonians] can be found in Dun Chailleann, the Scottish Gaelic word for the town of Dunkeld meaning 'fort of the Caledonii'." There was a Dunkeld dynasty that included king Malcolms, and then Scottish Cauleys use a "periCULUM" motto term. The Malcolms are shown also as "Callam." It all suggests that the Dunkeld dynasty was linked to the Pilate line to Poles. There is nothing surprising here where Mieszko Poles were already traced to raven-depicted vikings of Moray, where the Scottish kings ruled.

BUT, the Mieszko Poles came first, before the Malcolms, and Mieszko's Mouse-Tower ancestors were even earlier, from the Arthurian period. We might even find the Mouse-Tower bloodline in Kissane ancestry, if it goes back early enough, in Britain. The above article: "According to Historia Brittonum the site of the seventh battle of the mythical Arthur was a forest in what is now Scotland, called Coit Celidon in early Welsh..."

Back in the Melkor article, we find this too:

Before the creation of Arda (The World), Melkor was the most powerful of the Ainur...Unlike his fellow Ainu Aule, Melkor was too proud..."

What's that? Allusions to the Arthurian cult, and a fellow named Aule, smacking of the Cauleys/Auleys??? Indeed, Tolkien knew that Melkor was code for the Caledonian peoples. There was war between Melkor and Arda, and that smacks of Arthurian myth where Arthur was defeated by Mordred. Tolkien gave Melkor an alternative name, Morgoth, when he became evil. I say these Mor codes were for Picts in Moray. Hmm, I recall finding that Mordred was depicted with green...the color of the Numenor-based MacCabes.

In the Aule article, we read that he is the craftsman god akin to Hephaestus. I traced Hephaestus to the Halybes and Khaldi, inventors of iron. Tolkien must have known that Caledonians traced to the Khaldi, and even the creators of the ExCALIBUR sword knew it. Tolkien made Aule one of the so-called Valars, now smacking of the Valerius bloodline.

Tolkien also coined the Ainulindale, defined by his works as "Music of the Ainur/Ainu," the whole of this smacking of Ananes and Annandale. Entering "Anner" brings up what I guess is the Vere star of the Anniss/Anness/Arness Coat. The write-up traces to the Greek word for "holy," and then we read: "The 'Ainur' (meaning 'Holy Ones', singular 'Ainu')..." Tolkien was a jerk, and so are people who consider themselves holy ones. "The first Ainu to be named in the histories, Melkor..." I'd say that Tolkien linked the Veres both to Annandales and to Caledonians, and even Nicholas de Vere traces his bloodline to elvin-elements amongst the Picts. Think king Alpin, not really very holy at all.

Struggling to understand/identify Pilate's mother as best I can, while having Caledonians in mind, I had to resort to Valerius Gratus, assuming for the time being that he and Pilate had the same ancestry there in Perthshire. That's when I recalled that the Gratus surname of Valerius traced to the Crait(h) variation of the Crees/Raes that I trace to Curetes of Crete. French Craits were first found in Burgundy, as with the Pilates.

The point is, I traced Curetes to the Cruithne/Cruithen of Ireland, who came to Scotland and, according to others, formed the Picts!!! By the fact that P-Celts used a "P" in place of the 'C' of the C-Celts, the Cruithen are thought to be the same as the Pretani, and then the Irish form of Perthshire was, Pheairt. Pilate links to the pheon of the Celt surname, first found in Pheairt!!! No, this is not a bunch of hot gas at all. We are getting closer to the truth.

It doesn't necessarily contradict a Perdix link to "Perthshire," for I traced Perdix to the Cretan craftsman cult, and in Crete there was a Britomartis, perhaps indicating that C-versus-P Celts were also on Crete. The Brutii of Calabria may have been "Crutii" to the C-Celts. Geoffrey of Monmouth traced king Arthur to a mythical Brutus from Italy, which jibes with my suspicions that Pilate was born of some Arthurian bloodline. Arthur was a Brit peoples, as was Merlin/Myrddin his kin. There's a good chance that th two were from Britomartis.

Zeus was brought up on Crete by Curetes related to his mother, Rhae, and I say the Rae variation of the Crait/Cree clan comes from her. Britomartis applies for "She represented a mountain mother, connected with the Mount Dikte [think the Dactyls of Crete], where, according one version of the myth, Zeus was born. Most of the time she was depicted as a nurse of Zeus."

As we've seen some green griffin heads in Crests, so we find a green dragon head in the Crichton/Creighton Crest, of a surname ("grace" motto term!) that I traced years ago to the Curete>Cruithne line. Crichtons use the Bute lion and therefore relate to Tolkien's emphasis on Ayrshire elements. If you go back to the map of Ayrshire, you'll even see a Cree river. It suggests that Kyles were linked to Crees.

Yes. Did we see red-on-white stars in the Callus/Cole/Aul Coat? Yes, and the Craits/Crees use those stars too, as do the Kyles of Bute / Ayrshire. The stars of the Callus/Cole/Aul Coat are beside the Celt-colored pheon, wherefore, as the Callus/Coles/Auls (Argyllshire) and Cauleys/Auleys were traced to Caledonians, ditto for the Cretan line to Cruithne>Pretani that are now suspect as founders/namers of Perthshire...where the Celt and Kelt surnames were first found.

Okay, the theory is that Valerius Gratus was from the Cretans of Perthshire, which can explain how the next Roman governor of Judea was Pontius Pilate. It can be assumed that this family in Scotland had been telling folks, as the news spread of Christ's Crucifixion, that they were related to Pilate and/or Valerius. One could imagine a proud cult developing from that situation, and leading to the twisted Vere dragon in charge of keeping the secret.

Consider that the mythical battle of Camallan, where Arthur and Mordred killed each other, is traced by some to the Allan/Alain river, running just outside the southern border of Perthshire. The Allen runs through Stirling, and then the Stirling surname (buckles, Leslie symbol too) uses "Gang forward" for a motto, a version of the Drummond motto, "Gang warliy." Even the Drummond write-up traces to the Hungarians...that brought the Leslies.

The Moor head in the Stirling Crest is no doubt a symbol of the Samson-related Saracens that Guiscard merged with, for Guiscards were first found in Stirlingshire. AND, while the "Gang" term is said online to be a ship-term, symbol of the ship PILOTED by Maurice Drummond, as brought Tolkien's Leslies and others to Scotland, the Guiscards use PILES!!! One therefore has reason to trace the mother of Pontius Pilate from Perthshire's Caledonians to Stirlingshire's Drummonds and Guiscards. But these were late in history, a thousand years after Christ.

The Stirling-surname write-up traces to Picts: "First found in Stirlingshire, where they held a family seat at Stirling from very early times, some say, well before the Norman Conquest. The name was anciently spelt Stryvelin, and one of the first references was of Gilbertus de Striuelin who witnessed the donation of Perdeyc by King David to the church of Glasgow in 1136..." StryVELIN? PERDEYC??? Could Stirlings therefore trace to the Valerius line in Perdix-founded Perthshire? Admittedly, "Stryvelin" could be understood as Stryvel-in.

There is a Valin/Valance surname. The bad news is that it wasn't first found in Perthshire or Stirlingshire, but the good news is that it uses white-on-blue horizontal bars, what German Drummonds use. The Coat's martins in circular fashion makes it appear like the EU flag. German Velins were first found in WestPHALIA, not far from the Drummonds of Hamburg.

Perhaps some more good news is that Valins were first found in Kent. The English Fion/Fiennes surname, which may be a representation of the pheon, was first found in Kent. "First found in Kent where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor, Lords of the Cinque Ports, and Constables of Dover Castle. They are said to be descended from Conon de Fiennes, the Earl of Boulogne..." Godfrey de Bouillon was from Boulogne elements, and he is highly suspect (in my mind) as being from Judean elements.

ZOWIE. REMEMBER TOLKIEN's "FEANturi" code for the "Masters of the Spirits," who were discovered as the Kent Masters and Massin/Mason families. Both of these surnames use Fion blue and gold. The Macey-related Fiens/Vains/Vanes are already coming to mind.

The "forWARD" and "WARily" terms used by Stirlings versus Drummonds suggests the Vere-related Wards/Vardes. Both Ward Coats use blue and gold, colors of the Gang/Gedge/Gegg Coat, and the latter shows cinquefoils, symbol of Guiscard ancestry. The Ward write-up derives the surname in the idea of "guard" and "watchful," reminding me that the Watch surname that's also "Wadge," and using a wedge symbol, link-able to the Gedge variation of the Gangs. This could identify these clans as the Wadjet=Uat cult of the Nile.

We're definitely on chief Templar lines here. Godfrey de Bouillon was a leader in the first Jerusalem invasion, and rather than becoming the first king of Templar Jerusalem due to his death, his kin, Baldwin of Flanders, was made king. What's that green dragon doing in the Dover Crest? The Baldwin Crest also shows a green (wyvern) dragon, and then the Jerusalem-Templar cross, a known personal symbol of Godfrey de Bouillon, is in the Balder Crest.

Tracing the pheon to the Fions/Fiennes' is not necessarily contradictory to my trace of it to ancient Paeoni/Paioni peoples, and therefore to the Paion variation of the Payens/Pagans. For, no sooner did Godfrey de Bouillon (thought to have been a secret Templar co-ordinator) die that the first grand master of the first nine Templars was Hugh de Payen. Both Payens/Pagans and Fions/Fiennes use gold on blue, and Payens and Valerys (blue on gold) were first found in Dauphine.

The Gangs and Wades also use gold on blue, and the Gangs use (gold-on-blue) cinquefoils, the Dover Coat's only code for the Cinqueport cities of the Rollo line. When Hugh de Payen left Jerusalem after staying many years on some sort of false-Christian plot, he went to his wife, reportedly, in the household of Henry Sinclair of Lothian. Balders (Sinclair cross), a branch of which was ruling Jerusalem through de-Payen's stay, were first found in Lothian. This is a good time to remind you that the Rollo Shield is the Valery Shield and that Valerius elements were linked to the Valour/Valois surname (more gold on blue) that Rollo married.

Therefore, it appears that these Templar leaders were from the Pilate pheon symbol, and from the Valerius-Gratus line, these conclusions now offering possible motive for the Jerusalem invasion in the first place. It's no wonder that the Templar secret cannot be insiders. But I am not an insider, but a happy outsider unveiling the conspiracy of destiny.

I don't think it's coincidental that the Fion/Fiennes Coat is smack like the Fien/Vain/Vane Coat, a sept of Mackays and using the Macey gauntlets instead of the cinquefoils. It fits a Valerius and Pilate theme because the gauntlet is shown in the Mace/Macey Coat with a mace, the term that Maccabees are said to be named after. The "vile" term in the Fien/Vain/Vane motto can possibly link either to Velin terms or to Pile terms. It just so happens that the Vile/Viell surname, first found in Gloucestershire, uses gold symbols on a black bend, same as the Stirling surname derived from an old StryVelin Coat. The alternative Vile Coat uses gold on blue again, even the Valour/Valois chevron, colors reversed to the Valery chevron.

WOW, I didn't realize this when I was writing the paragraph above, but as the Pile Coat happens to use gold-on-blue piles, it begins to explain why Pontius Pilate and Valerius Gratus seemed, as per various investigations, to be related. They may both be from a Pile>Vile bloodline. French Piles are also "Pilot." We should look for a Pile / Vile entity from the Romans.

I've never been able to link Holders solidly to Colters until now. The Celt/Colte/Cult Crest shows a so-called dart, and then the Darth/Death/D'Aeth Coat shows the same gold dragon as the Holder Coat. Holders were first in Gloucestershire, where Samsons (that I think trace directly to Siemowit) were first found. Holders therefore trace to the Mouse Tower along with the Celts/Coltes...who are the ones using the Pilate pheon in colors reversed. If you've forgotten, the Celt/Colte pheon comes with the red stag of the Kissanes (and MacCarthys/Arthys who smack of "D'Art"), who were linked solidly to the Kissingers, Kissings, and Kiss' that were codified by Gallus Anonymous as "ChosCISko." It was the Cassanus line of the Chaines/Chenays.

Shucks also use a dart (held by a blackamoor). If you've forgotten, Shucks were first in Warwickshire, now traced to Poland's Warsaw.

The Randolphs who use the Dunham Coat show a dancette much like the one in the Holder Coat, explaining well why Obama -- a Dunham on his mother's side who was herself from Paines and earlier still from Randolphs -- chose a Holder surname to lead his Attorney General's office, an office that Obama needs to be badly on-side his illegal and unethical plots. I still trace Dunhams to Dunham Masci of Cheshire. The question is, of course, whether the Paines/Paynes (broken spear) were Paions/Payens, and therefore link-able to the Pilate pheon. Dunhams, Randolphs and Holders all use blue and gold.

English Pagans/Pagnells use gold on blue too, in the fashion of the Paions/Payens, and a short dagger. Did we agree that Payens and Valerys both first found in Dauphine is suspicious? Then see the blue and gold diagonal bars of the French Pagan/Pagnell Coat (surely taken from the Arms of Burgundy), much like the French Crait Coat, the latter surname smacking of "Gratus" and first found in Burgundy, where Pilates were first found.

French Feins/Fains, using what looks like the Arms of Trebizond, were first found in Burgundy.

Gold on blue are the colors of Bucking(ham)s and Knottings, all trace-able to "Apachnas," the alternative name of pharaoh Khyan. That's what makes this revelation much more than remarkable, for the same peoples Templar lines involved in the murder of Christ also trace to the Exodus pharaoh.

The good think about finding the pheon bloodline in the Fiens/Vains/Vanes is that it can be traced to Waynes too, who also use gauntlets. The Vile surname's variations suggested the Vieilles surname from the Harcourt Danes as it gave birth to the Beaumonts of Leicestershire (Ligurians there). Waynes use "tempus" and Harcourts (Hercinians or Hercuniates?) use "temps VIENdra." This gets the Pilate and Valerius bloodline to the Danes, not surprisingly, but then it has the potential to trace to the British Danann, and old, pre-Christian peoples of Ireland, linked there my myth writers to Lug-branch Ligurians. The Danann-Lug alliance was chased from Ireland by war, and, we are told, escaped to the Isle of Mann, as mythical Manannan, Isn't that Tolkien's Mandos character???

I traced, years ago, Tolkien's chief character, Manwe, to Munster in southern Ireland. Only recently, I traced the pheon from Lake Van (smacks of Vanes and Waynes) and the neighboring Mus province to the Desmond>MacCarthy clan of Muskerry, in Cork of the Munster theater. Pheoncidence? It means that we can trace the Pilate pheon from old Lake-Van settlers in the south of Ireland, to the Isle of Mann, and then to the Cruithne>Pretani namers of Perthshire. The Muskerry crew have been identified as the wife of Ixion, i.e. Armenian allies of pharaoh Khyan. Ireland was filled with Khyan-like surnames.

[What you are about to read, until the end of the page, was at one time at the beginning of this update, but insert after insert put it down here. Try to recall what had been discussed previously that relates to the below. There's much important Mouse Tower material.]

Where Mieszko is a Miec term to Poles, the Meixners/Mechsners/Mexsners/Misners/Meiseners (just three red trefoils) could apply, first found in Meissen, Germany. Entering "Meis," however, brings up the black-mouse Meisels/Misls. The two Coats use red and white, as do the Musson/Moussen (with a registered "Mission") and Meigh (with a registered "Mys") Coats, the latter using what should be the Macclesfield cross. The Mussons/Moussens are also Mustins, and then more red and white is used in the Mousquette/Muscat surname with a registered "Must." The latter's MusKETT should explain why Keiths/Keaths come up with "Mascal." All the above can then trace back, as per the trace of the Keith Catti (at MUSSELberg), to the Cati of the Seyhan / Ceyhan theater, named after Khyan I am sure.

SKIMMERS STOP HERE. The idea above was to trace the Mysia=Mouse tower that belonged to a Popiel ruler of the Goplo lake. Immediately after, NOT BEFORE, writing the paragraph above, I entered "Pope" and finally "Popell" seeking Popiel lines, and there the latter were first found in Yorkshire, where the Mussons/Moussens/Mustons were first found. Not a bad point. Popells are also Popeleys and Popleys so that Popes could indeed apply.

The Popell Coat strikes me like the Putin/Padine Coat, especially as the latter is in flames, symbol of Flemings. The Musson/Moussen write-up: "First found in Yorkshire where they held a family seat in the large village of Muston...held [in 1068] by Gilbert de Ghent (Flanders)...the surname of Gilbert of Ghent (Flanders) or Gand...held no less than 172 English manors." Remember, the Macey gloves are called, "gauntlets," meaning that Maccabees are suspect in Ghent/Gaunt.

The Putins/Padines use half the Kilpatrick (and Maxwell) saltire and were, like the Kilpatricks, first found in Dumfries. The Kilpatricks use "make" as a motto term as code for Maxwells/Makeswells, and I link "makes" to Makeslesfield, an alternative name for Macclesfield going back prior to 1068.

NOW, recalling the Pappenheim "kettle hats" that were found in MEISSENburg!!! Yes, see the kettle hats in the Arms of Meissenburg-Gunzenhausen, where we read (brackets not mine):

The bottom of the coat of arms (silver kettle hats on blue) derives from the Counts of Pappenheim, and was taken from the coat of arms of the former district Wei[ss]enburg. The half eagle (black on yellow) in the right stands for the city of Wei▀enburg...

That's the bent-necked eagle in the Massi/Mattis Chief, suggesting that the Massi/Mattis surname traces to Meissen elements and therefore to similar surnames. It certainly explains why the Massi/Mattis checks are in the colors of the Pappenhein kettle hats. The huge news here is that Pappenheims were from the mythical Popiel term. Moreover, "Keith" and "kettle" jibe too well now to ignore, especially as the Kettle Coat/Crest uses what looks like the Keith stag! Just like that, we have a Mysia=Mouse Tower trace to Keiths/Mascals, not forgetting that one Mascal Coat uses the elephant.

The red and gold bars in the Arms of Meissenburg-Gunzenhausen are the colors of the Keith-Chief bars. The Gunns of Orkney come to mind, but I need more than similarity of terms to make the connection. I do trace Mieszkos to raven-depicted vikings of Orkney and nearby Shetland. Gunns use the French Durant ship, and other Durans/Durantes were first found in Warwickshire, where I now expect Masovians of Poland.

Entering "Gunz" brings up the Gunther surname, smacking of Gaunt. French Gants are Gans and Gontes, and they were first found in Burgundy, where the Pilate surname was first found. Gantemplate on that! Kettles were first found in Perthshire!! Kettles trace to the Gunzenhausen Arms!!! And anything in this discussion that's found in Perthshire is Pontius-Pilate suspect.

My theory had been that the so-called "Pictiish" girl of Perthshire who gave birth to Pontius Pilate was from the Rollo line in that area, and then we find that, like the Rollo line, the Kettles were Danes. Have we not traced the Mieszko Poles to Danes and Samson-Danaans? Keiths use "vincit" and Kettles use "Bono vince malum," an apparent code for Bones, Vinces...and the Malahule line! Remember, Malahule traces to the Malatesta castle of Rimini, where Maskalys were first found, suggesting strongly now that the Mascals coming up as Keiths were from the Rimini clan. But then recall that the Malahule line in Hamar was of Romer and Roman elements.

We have already traced the arm-and-sword to the Mieszko lines of Maccabees, and now we find one on the Reims Crest. This surname is properly shown as Reiman/Ryman, but I think that "Reim" is the root, for the term was entered due to an old trace of Rimini to Reims...which had traced Merovingians to the Rimini location. We now find the Rimini location working into the Popeil line to Peppin-like Pappenheims, and moreover we have already seen Polish elements trace to Pavia/Papia. The Reims/Reimans were first found in Prussia, where the Mieske/Mesech surname was first found, and the arm-and-sword designs of both families are identical. Therefore, the Mieszko Poles were indeed Merovingians.

AHA HA-HA-HA, what a break! The Pepin Coat uses "quisque" as a motto term (note the "que" too), which must be code for the same as the "Choscisko" character that was made the father of Piast the Wheelwright. It's code for the Kiss, Kissing, Kissinger, Kissane, and Cassanus=Chaine bloodlines. Remember, Pepins, like the Casan/Cussane/Kissane/Patterson Crest, use a camel head!!! In the first update of July I traced the quisque term of Pepins to the Kwisa / Queis river. I was only beginning, in July, to make Pepin links to Mieszko Poles.

Pepins also use "cujusQUE," suggesting that "que" is in the motto twice because it stands for something. Keths trace to Kue, which was also "Que" (see last update) because related Seatons of Saytown and Say/Sey elements trace to Seyhan / Ceyhan, where Kue is roughly located (in Adana). The Samson-Danaans of that Cilician theater landed in Mycenae, as rulers, and that of course now smacks of Meissen of Germany.

Have we not got the Samson riddle solved? I'll bet the honey in the lion carcass was the proto-Maccabee = mouse bloodline that named Mysia and then Mycenae.

Where did we see that white-on-blue bird of the French Pepin Coat? In the German Goll Coat...a surname just traced to the Glopeani of Goplo! Then, the Spanish Golls use red and gold horizontal bars...that in the Arms of Meissen-Gunzenhausen belong to Gunzenhausens. As the latter were Gaunt-branch Flemings, quite apparently, it explains why German Golls were first found in Holland. Remember, the German Gauls/Gallus' use the Koppel black rooster, but now we can add that they too use red and gold bars.

Diagonal bars were traced to the Dean/Degani surname, first found in Placentia, where the Ananes/Anons lived, and then Choscisko myth terms were invented by Gallus Anonymous, what even looks like clever code for the Mysia/Mouse Tower at Goplo. There is therefore a very good chance that Mieszko's other name, Dagome, traces to the Degani surname, which I think links to Dagobert. In fact, as we saw that the Dagobert line was in cahoots with Charles Martel, I now recall that the same style footless martin of the Dutch Goll/Gollen Coat was traced to Charles Martel a couple/few updates ago. Merovingians were definitely in Gaul-ville (so to speak).

I suppose we could ask why the Golan surname, evoking the Golan Heights on the Israeli-Phoenician border, uses red crescents, as with the Deans/Degani (and Deins/Deans). The city of Dan was in that border region.

See the same diagonal bars in the Kos/Kosik/Kosinski Coat!! Aside from probably linkage to "Choscisko," since it sounds like a Polish surname, the Kos cult of Edom comes to mind, especially as the island of Kos (near Rhodes) was ruled by a Merovee-like Merops, a bee cult. In my first attempts to find Magdalene bloodlines, I was led to the Merit/Merey Coat, the same, essentially, as the Kos Coat above. By "Magdalene bloodline," I am referring to a Mary-surname link to a Dallen/D'Allen bloodline, not the children of Jesus. As you may know, the idea that Jesus and Magdalene had children is linked to Dagobert / Merovingian elements. Here we have just found the culprits in the Choscisko cult. Note that the Kos/Kosinski surname was first found in MECKlenburg.

I was looking for Laish-like surnames just now because Dan had formerly been Laish. Previously, I traced Laish to Lusatia and the fleur-de-lys. The German LIScher/Lissek/Litschke surname -- evoking mythical Lestko of Gallus Anonymous -- that comes up when entering "Lesh" uses pails, and then the Pale Coat uses the (!!) and a camel head in Crest!!!! As with Lischers/Lisseks, Popells/Popleys were first found in Yorkshire!!!!!

The Lischer/Litschke Coat also uses, in colors reversed, the gold-on-black lion of the Meisel/Misl Coat, the one with black mouse.

The great moustery is over. Dagobert traces to Polish Maccabees. This is a Freemason secret. They do not trace to Jesus and Magdalene's children.

The Borderlands Lesh/Leishman surname (pelicans) uses a "manus" motto term, akin to the "Mens" used by Pepins. The French Gants, of Burgundy, look like they use a version of the Mens/Menzies Coat. The latter also "Meyner," and then entering "Maynard" brings up a "Manus" motto term and the Golan-Crest stag (which is the MacCarthy / Kissane stag).

On to a slightly different track, the Hyrcanus term of the Maccabees that could be a Here-Chaine or Here/Khyan combo. Consider first that Khyan was traced to Herzegovina, and that Herzogs and two Here Coats use blue wings, almost the Masci wing in colors reversed of the Chaine/Chenay Coat. If the latter were Maccabees, then what about the Maezaei of the Herzegovina theater? The Maezaei on that map are just to the north of the Herzegovina theater, but on another map shown recently, Maezaei are on the Urbanus river where you can see Bistue, the place to which I traced "Piast." If not mistaken, Bistue was part of Herzegovina.

By what coincidence is it that while the lattice-using Cabels trace to the Piasts at lake Goplo, the Capelli/Cappello surname uses a cap (as per a hat), while in Italian a hat is a "coppola," smacking of the Koppel surname already traced to Gopla? Remember too that the Chaine/Chenay/Cassanus wing is used by the Gobel(in)s. And then "cappelli" in Italian is "hair," much like "Here," while the symbol of the Popiel clan (at Gopla) is a kettle "HAT"??? The Capelli Shield may even be a version of the Herzog Shield (the Herzegovina article traces to "Herzog"). Koppels were first found in Nuremburg, not many miles from the Altmuhl river where Meissenburg-Gunzenhausen is located.

As it was seen that green and white are MacCabe-branch Maccabee colors, not only the Cabel lattice, but the Gowin Coat (thistle) uses those colors. I'm thinking of "HerzeGOVINa." It adds up because the "decori" term of the Gowins should be code for the Deggars/Daggers (squirrel) who use a split Shield like the Capellis and Herzogs. Deggars/Daggers were first found in Prussia, as with the Heres who use the Herzog wing exactly. More clearly now than ever, Heres/Herrs were of Herzegovina, and moreover, it thereby seems to check out that Gowins were named after that place.

As Gowins come up with "Coven," what about the lattice of the Cave Coat? The Cave lattice is in the colors of the Queval/Chaval/Cheve/Schavo/Chevee/Chever Coat, smacking of the Sheaves/Chaves/Shaw trace to Kue/Qeve/Keveh. In that picture, "HerzeGOVINa" traces to Cilicia, exactly where the Adana Hyksos of Khyan's bloodline were residing, thus supporting the old trace of Khyan to Saracas / Dalmatians of Herzegovina.

See also the two Govin Coats, one with torteux.

To what it may be worth to emailer Patterson, the Owens use the Patterson/Cussane lion in the same colors (I say it's the Capua / Capys lion), and Owens are suspect as Gowins/Gowens. The Owen write-up traces to "Eugenios," evoking the Euganeo location (traced to Merovingians/Carolingians) at Este that was introduced by emailer Patterson's prompting. Owens were first found in MontGOMERyshire, while Heres use so-called "scythes." Copes (said to be from "capes") use fleur in Montgomery-fleur colors, and a motto code for Kue elements.

By what coincidence is it that, while working an investigation to seek whether "Hyrcanus" Maccabee traces to a Herr-Khyan or Here-Chaine combo, entering "Cans" gets the Cann/Caen Coat (Dorset) with lattice again, in the colors of the Cave lattice? THEN WOW, something I did not know until now, after writing the sentence above: entering "Canus" Chenue/Cheney/Cheynue/SHAYnu Coat (!!), of a clan first found in Burgundy and for other reasons suspect as a Pilate and/or Valeria bloodline? This was the Chanut surname linked earlier to Knuts/Cnuts/Knottings and Buckins.

By now I know that it's absolutely correct to trace these bloodlines to pharaoh Khyan.

I think I would therefore like to retract the "Hercuniate" link to "Hercules," an idea presented in the last update as per the Hercula location where the Hercuniates lived, in Valeria (top left of map). It's starting to appear as though Hercuniates and Hercinians (beside/in Valaria) were a Here-Khyan merger. If correct to trace Hyrcanus Maccabee into this combo, then Maccabees, and therefore likely Pharisees and/or Sadducees, were a Hyksos line, as expected by me.

The question then is, from whence did the Here/Herr term come from that named the Hercinians? Could it trace to Herods? As I had traced the Hercinians to the Hares and Heyers/Ayers of Ayrshire elements, I noted the "Lighter than air" motto of this bloodline. Entering "Light," what came up but the swans (two different designs) of the Lights/Lytes? As I was asking how the surname could connect to this discussion, "Lyte" reminded of the Litschko variation of German Leshes, and then English Leshes/Leishmans use a Shield very reflective of the Lights/Lytes, but using swan-like pelicans instead.

The latter clan is said to be a branch of Leeches, and then the Leeches / Leetches (green snake) are also shown as "Logue," smacking of the swan-using Lokens/Lochs and Locks...of mythical Lohengrin, traced already to Ligurians. Locks use the Light/Lyte-Crest swan...found also in the Platt/Blatten Crest! The Ligurian swan brings us to the land of the Redones, where Herods are expected. Redones can be easily traced up the Rhodanus river into Burgundy, where Platt-like Pilates were first found. Pilates use pheons, symbol of the Salyes Ligurians.

Julie wants me to find Herods in Languedoc because she suspects them there. Sellers, perhaps a Salyes branch, not only use the same swan design as the Lights/Lytes, but the Light/Lyte chevron...surrounded by grails. Both Sellick-like Killicks smack of Cilicia) and Hurds use the other-style swans surrounding the Light/Lyte chevron. Does anyone know what symbol the Herods would be expected to use?

Lights/Lytes use ostrich feathers, and then Cans/Caens use a "licitus" motto term that could be a potential code for both the Light and the Litsch(ko) surnames. An uncle of mine married a Masci whose name was Pepin Taff. This came to mind only today as per the Pepin trace to lattice-using Taffs, but then his wife's given name is Leticia, smacking of lattice and now of the Litsch term. The English Lattice/Letice surname uses the same chevron as the Lights/Lytes, and the Lattice/Lettice trefoil is a symbol also of the Leeches/Logues!

I'm not forgetting that I trace trefoils to the German Trips/Treffs, who use the CHAIN boot of the French Masseys/Masses. English Trips use a ladder. The Latto/Latter/Lathis surname (piles!), was first found in AYRSHIRE! A lathe is a lattice. Thermodon was the origin of Artemis, daughter of Leto. I think I get it: the lattice traces to Leto. To have Leto elements in Ayrshire, beside Bute=Avalon, is expected where we trace Avalon to "Apollon."

I traces Muses to Avalon, and then Apollo was a mouse god called, "Smintheus." It now suggests a trace of the Apollo mouse cult to Siemo / Siemen terms at the Mouse Tower. Chances are, the Lithuanians that Poles allied themselves to were of Leto elements.

AHA! There is a Lathe/Leith surname (Lothian) using a "Trustie" motto term smacking of the Tristes using a "trepidum" motto term that I traced to Trips and Trebizond. AHA some more: Leth(en)s were first found in Hamburg too, as with Trips!

The exclamation mark at "Ayrshire" is due to the Lights/Lytes entering the discussion as per the "Lighter than air" motto of the Ayer surname. The other Ayer/Heyer clan was first found in Derbyshire, where also blue-winged Heres were first found. Ostrich feathers are used, not only on the Light/Lyte swan, but in the Crest of the Canns/Caens (lattice in Coat). Ostrich feathers can trace by way of the Trip-like Traby feathers to Derbys/Darbys. It's already suspect that the Ayrshire clans under discussion were Hercinians at the foundation of some Israelite=Hyrcanus Maccabees, but then Cnuts/Canutes, linked to the Masci wing of the Mieszko-related Chaines/Chenays, were first found in Darby-founded Derbyshire.

In the last update it was found that the Irish Darbys/Dermotts translate their "virtus" motto term as "valour," perhaps indicating that "virtus" in other Coats is code for the line of Valerius Gratus.

A further point is that Dermotts appear to me as a mix of Darbys and Drummonds, the latter first found, as with Trips/Treffs, in Hamburg (Germany). Trips, Trabys, Darbys and DRUMMonds seem like the same bloodline to me, and are therefore all traced back to Trabzon=THERModon, at the PONTUS. Scottish Drummonds, who use what I view as a version of the Arms of Trebizond Empire, where first found in Perthshire, where we might locate the mother of Pontius Pilate. King Andrew I, father of the Drummonds, was grandson of a daughter or sister of Mieszko of Poland.

When Andrew married a Varangian of Kiev, was he marrying the Quwe/Keveh bloodline? How many Maccabee bloodlines converged here? Did they all know one another throughout Europe? As we saw that Cans/Caens linked to Ayer-related Lights/Lytes, doesn't AyrCanus come to mind? With the Lights/Lytes now identified with Apollo, twin of Artemis, it's perfectly logical to trace "Hyrcanus" to Hyrcania=Verkana = WolfLand, for Leto (and her twins) was depicted with the wolf.

I suppose that Here- and Cane-like clans developed from "Hyrcanus." Spanish Canes/Canos use three bars like Drummonds, and then to the Latins, "cano," meant dog. A variation of the Canes/Canos is Cao, a variation also of the Quwe/Kue location. In this picture, it would be important to distinguish between Cane-like surnames from Khyan versus those from Hyrcanus. However, as Canns/Caens use lattice called, "fretty," it suggests a Ferte-Mace link to Caens, similar to the idea of the Masci wing in the Chaine/Chenay Coat. I'm trying my best.

As Percival was made the father of the swan cult, and as I trace him to the Parisii of Paris, let's look at some Paris variations to see how well they reflect "Pharisee." Belgian Paris', using a red squirrel as with Deggers/Daggers, use "Paaryses." French Paris' (an apple) show Pariseau and Parizeau. In the latter's write-up: "The main stem of the family became the Barons of Dagonville..."

Percivals (in Light/Lyte colors) and Perses/Pierces were first found in Somerset, where swan-using Lights/Lytes were first found. Remember, Hards use the Light/Lyte-style swan, but Hards also use an otter, while Somerset was home to UTHER Pendragon elements of the Hard-like Arthurs. Was this the Herod line?

The coincidence of so many chief players today from the same group of peoples now under discussion is indeed suspicious. Herman Cain is even an associate pastor at the ANTIOCH Baptist church in Atlanta. I'm torn between not speaking evil against men of God, and the suspicions I develop as per this coming section. Let me remind you of what was said upon showing the painting with pulley, so unexpected, on the ground beside the two Guiscards: "The Pulley Coat is the Romney and Pullen Shield! Even the (Chaine-like) Cain/Kahan Coat is almost identical!!! Another arm-and-sword in the Irish Cain/Kayne Coat!" That's what made it certain that Cains traced to the Polish Mieszkos, where Palins and other Republican contenders trace.

If not mistaken, the New Testament tells that the word "Christian" was first found in Antioch, but then might there be another reason for the naming of that church? It just so happens that I trace the Sant'Antioco location in Sardinia to Visconti-related proto-Mieszkos, and then identify Viscontis with Wisharts/Guiscards.

I checked the surname of the present pastor at the Antioch church, which is Alexander, using yet another arm-and-sword!!! Cain-cidence? The Cain Coat with the arm-and-sword is the one with the fish that I trace to the Cadmus cult in Butua of the Herzegovina theater.

The Russian Alexander Coat uses Zionist stars in the colors of the Palin stars (colors reversed to the Putten stars), and the other Alexander Coats show a crescent in Putin/Padine-crescent colors. Alexanders are shown also as Alistairs, Alisandres, and Alisdairs, and then Pavia, the place to which I'm tracing the Pavelli root of Palins, is beside Alessandria. Moreover, Wikipedia's Ayrshire article used to say: "...oral traditions have remained from the Gramian region of Scotland and confirm the correct pronunciation [of Ayrshire] is actually 'Aleshire'." Possibly, the place was once named after Alessander elements.

Here's the Arms of Ayrshire, the Annandale saltire included, which easily traces Ayrshire to the Alessandria theater. The Arms' motto shows a "Shaw" term that should be code for the Sheaves/Shaws (Perthshire) that I trace to the bloodline of Ananias and Caiaphas. Note the lyre in the Arms, possible symbol of the Liris river, where one branch of Hercinians lived. The Arms also uses the 'Y' "fork" of Cain-like Cunninghams. It just so happens that Canns/Caens were first found in Dorset, where Palins were first found.

The Carce/Corse Coat (crescents, a Saracen symbol I think) is not only white-on-green, but the Corse/Carse surname (could be from a hard-C version of "Saracen") was first found in Perthshire. The Carse location in Argyllshire easily traces the Carses of Perthshire to Ayrshire. The Corse surname is introduced here due to the Corsehill location of the Cunninghams (first found in Ayrshire). Corsica, the island beside Sardinia, might apply.

Italian Corses/Corsis (Macey Shield?) were first found in Saracen-related Syracuse. I trace fish-using Saracas to Syracuse (western side of Sicily, to the south of Messina), but I'm not forgetting my trace of "Carrick" (Ayrshire!) to "Saracen." The Saraca family was from Kotor smack beside Butua! As Chaves>Shaws trace to Quwe of Cilicia, it's feasible that Syracuse was named after the elements from the Saros=Seyhan river.

This is where my old trace of Hagarites (= Ishmaelites) to Perthshire and Ayrshire comes in, for Hagarenes and Saracens were at one time equated. I had assumed that "Hagar" was at the root of "Ayer/Hayer," and if true, it could just be that Herzegovina was named after a silent-g "Hagar." I note that the Hagar(d) surname (first found in Perthshire) uses a blue Shield, color of the Here and Herzog wings. Place your bets on whether the "conabor" term of the Hagar(d)s is code for Cunninghams, or even for Cuneo beside Alessandria.

The arm-and-sword in both the Alexander and Cain Coats is truly suspicious. Alliances amongst clergy based on bloodline type can be sinful, man-inspired, a sign of political deviance. HerzeGOVINa is being traced suggestively to Gowins, and it just so happens that yet another arm-and-sword is used by the Gowin Coat. The Goobers/Gaubs that were linked to Gobels (Masci and Chaine wing) show a Gowb variation that could, as with the Gobels trace to Goplo.

This is a good place to mention my suspicion, that the arm-and-sword (and short dagger used by Maceys / Mackays) is a symbol of ambush, specifically of the celebrated ambush methods used by Maccabees to defeat Antiochus IV.

Gowins were first found in Cavan, where I had found (last update) green-and-white Maccabee elements, and then entering "Coven" brings up green-and-white Gowins. The Cavan surname was traced in the last update without doubt to Adana's Quwe/Keveh location. The Cavan Coat (more crescents) uses the Bruce-Crest lion, and then Bruces use the same saltire as per the Arms of Ayrshire.

In the HerzeGovina investigation, "Govin" was entered to find torteux (red roundels). I didn't at the time know how to trace the Govin/Gaven surname to Tortona in Alessandria, but that trace is now making sense. As I traced pharaoh Khyan's people to Herzegovina, the Cain and Alexander surnames are now tracing to pharaoh-Khyan elements with greater certainty.

Scottish Covins/Gowens: another short sword.

It should be said that Cunninghams were in a Gowrie location, and that Gowers were first found in Yorkshire (I identify the Cunningham 'Y' with their branches in Yorkshire). As the Parisii=Percival peoples co-founded York, it explains why the Cunningham Crest is the same unicorn design as in the English Paris Coat. Cunninghams may have been the Conans who use the Sinclair cross, but see also the green-and-white Connels of Muskerry elements.

After writing that (i.e. I didn't write it because of what you're about to read), I re-called (from 1st update in July) the Cunn-like Caeni peoples on the north side of a Thracian location, LysiMACHIA (lower-right of ). Across the waters from Lysimachia, you can see Parium/Parion, which I identified as mythical Priam and his son, Paris. Prior to the July update, I had never before known of the Lysimachia location, and therefore did not identify mythical Priam as the Parium location because a mythical Lysimache was made a daughter of Priam. The point is, a Cunningham peoples linked to the Parisii of France strongly suggests the Caeni peoples, thus linking Cunninghams, likely, to the Canns/Caens and similar surnames.

In this picture, Hyrcanus Maccabee may have been, ultimately, from a Caeni merger with Lysimachia elements. Right now, the pieces of the Maccabee puzzle are merely being laid out on the table. I have no idea what the picture will look like.

It was out of this Priam family that mythical Capys was linked by myth writers, and so note the Cypsela location, on the Hebros, to the north of Lysimachia. My trace of Capys to Cappadocia is made feasible where the sea at Lysimachia is the gulf of Saros, suggesting possible linkage with the Seyhan=Saros river in the Cappadocia theater.

There's a Callipolis on the above map, just south of Lysimachia. It was also "Gallipolis," the possible makings of the Glopeani peoples who named Goplo lake. As Gallus Anonymous made his first mythical character, Choscisko, what about the Cyzicus location we see on the map to the right of Parium? As his Mouse Tower at lake Goplo was called, "Mysia," what about the fact that Parium was a Mysian location? These things may explain Maccabee elements in Poland as those of LysiMachia, and thus reveal Lusatians as such. Massovia may even have been a machia development. At Cyzicus, we see a Macestus river to which Makeswells/Maxwells may trace.

My trace of Pollux to Poles can be gleaned from the identification of Helen, his sister, with the Hellespont at the south end of Gallipolis. As Paris abducted Helen from Leda, note not only the Leda like terms below as they relate to Ayrshire, but consider that the abduction (just myth code, it never happened) of Spartan Helen was the fabulous description of how the Hellespont developed in the first place, so close to Parium and Troy.

When dealing with Hercinians of Ayrshire, let's not forget the white-on-green fish in the MacCabe Coat, the surname of which was first found on Arran, beside Bute. Amazing now, the MacCabe fish are the same design as the Cain fish, and the same design and colors of the Kane fish. It's an argument for tracing the Hercinian elements of Maccabees to the Caeni. Remember, Hercinians were in the Roman land of the wolf bloodline, and "Caeni" smacks of "canine."

These have got to be the Butua fish of Cadmus. We already know that the "Sparti" were part Cadmus Boiotians, part Ares Armenians. It begs the question: did the Hercuniates in the land of the Boii come from the Caeni? If so, where did their "Her" come from? From the same that named "Ayr"? Or, is it wrong to break "Hercuniate" into two compounds?

As Butteri were traced to Maxwells and Kilpatricks ("make" motto term), shouldn't (proto)Boiotians have been on the Macestus river? Couldn't Boiotians merged with the namers of Macestus form "Maccabee/Maccabaeus"? Wasn't emailer Patterson, of the Butteri line herself, correct when tracing Butteri horse experts to the Hungarian Csikos horse trainers? Isn't there a capital Buda location in Hungary? Therefore, I expect (proto)Boiotians in Cyzicus and on the neighboring Macestus. I've already traced the Buto cult in Egypt to Abydos, shown south of Parium. And, it was the Ares dragon that Cadmus met in Boiotia, and Ares was the Thracian Horseman, or at least a horse-depicted peoples. I trace Ares to Orestia (A Spartan location), shown on the north of the Caeni.

Not only Bisanthe to the south of the Caeni, but the location of Bize north-east of the Caeni, may have been parts of the "baeus" of "Maccabaeus."

I recall my trace of Sadducees to Boiotians (it seemed so strange then), for if Maccabees trace to the Macestus, we really do have something of a revelation on the origin of Israel's leaders in Jesus' days. But, how can Israelites from the Troy theater be explained? It seems like nonsense. Except that Trojan Hyksos were Hebrews too, and they had branches in Phoenicia's Pan(ias) district. Recall the Phoenician woman that Jesus commended as she portrayed Phoenicians as dogs.

I've just learned that LysiMachia was indeed linked to "Macestus," for there was "another" Lysimache: "In Greek mythology, Mecisteus was the son of Talaus and Lysimache. He participated in the attack on the city of Thebes [= Cadmus' city in Boiotia]... Just like that, Boiotians appear trace-able to the Macestus river. Hmm, Talaus reminds me of the Butteri trace to the Dallas/Dulles surname that I make.

The article goes on: "In the Iliad, Mecisteus attends the funeral games of Oedipus at Thebes, and wins all the boxing matches."

Pollux was a boxer too, suggesting that whatever Pollux depicted was at the Macestus river. I identify Pollux and Leda as the Leto>Apollo line in Sparta, important here because this Lysimache is a daughter of Abas and Cyrene (the latter was an Apollo branch that I've viewed as Mysians amongst the related Meshwesh of Cyrene). I was able to identify the Abas-and-Lysimache couple as the Lysimachia location presented above, merged with the neighboring APSinthii. That is, thanks to this mythology, we are able to identify Abas as the Apsinthii peoples. I had previously viewed Abas as a branch of Avvites, a bee-line peoples (from proto-Philistine territories) that led to the Buto>Apollo cult at Abydos. Not surprisingly, there's an Apollonius region on the east bank of the Macestus river.

The griffin in the MacCabe Crest is the same style as the Ali griffin that I now trace to the griffin in the Arms of ALESsandria. The Ali surname was first found in Messina, probably named by Mysians. Previously, the Alis surname had been linked to the Alis/Ales surname with "vincit" motto term (compare with Keith motto). I now find a "vincere" in the MacCabe motto. It just so happens that the Lights/Lytes, who might be related to the Aliotto variation of the Ali family, trace to Percivals who use a muzzled bear, as does the Macey-Shielded Alis Coat. The Lysimachia trace to the Percival=Paris cult now seems at the fore.

Am I saying that "Alis" is from "Lys"? Maybe.

Lytes, Letos/Alittos, and Alis/Alliottas are all in red and white, and then the Lathes/Lattos (more crescents), first found in Ayrshire and therefore suspect as the Lights/Lytes, use what I view as the Guiscard "piles" (Guiscards were in Messina and allied to Saracens of Sicily). As the Lights/Lytes were first found in Somerset, where the Baths/Athas were first found, by what coincidence does the French Sarasin Coat use the Bath/Atha cross?

Gowers (Bouillon-style cross) use a "flectes" motto term, trace-able to the Samson-related Flecks, and aside from the Aflack/Afleck surname that I see at the root of the Aflaq-surnamed co-founder of Syrian Baathists, the identical scallops of the Samsons and Flecks trace to "Scylla," at Messina, and therefore to the Samsam- and Timnah-named Saracens (whom the Guiscards merged with). Gowers also use "Frangas," a term found in the More/Moor motto...and mentioned in the MacCabe discussion of the last update. MacCabes use "mori" and linked at that time to the Amores bloodline.

The Polish Alex(ander) Coat is in Alis / Macey colors. BUT ZIKERS!!! A few hours after writing this, I learned that "Deacon Joe Beasley, Director of Human Services at Antioch..." Seeking Beasley kin, "Bessel" was entered to find a Swiss surname that matches the Polish Alexander Shield! Wow. MaccaBeasleys?

Although the Beasley surname was first found in Warwickshire (now traces well to Warsaw in Masovia), we read: "Beasley is a name of ancient Anglo-Saxon origin and comes from a family once having lived in Beasley, in the county of Lancashire." Later below, Lancashire becomes a topic in investigating pastor Alexander's business links. The Beasey variation makes it likely to link to the Beas of Oxfordshire, using the Vere / Massey Shield, themselves using the Bessin/Beastly bend. Just like that, we trace the church of Antioch's people to Mieszko Poles once again, themselves possibly from Sant'Antioco.

By what further coincidence is it that pastor Alexander's "other pastoral callings were at the Flagg Chapel Baptist Church in Milledgeville, Georgia, and at the New Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in MACON [caps mine], Georgia..." The Flecks are also Flaggs and Fleggs. Entering "Macon" brings up the Massin/Masons, with Melusine, symbol of Warsaw of Masovia, and with a motto that I trace to the Polish-theater Spree river.

The day after this was written, the Navino section above was inserted, at which time I found the Leck surname linked to Tancreds>Guiscards. It was at that time that I realized (or re-realized) the "Leck" link to "Alex." It was at that time that I read the Leck write-up" "Leck was originally found at Leckie in the county of Stirlingshire. The place name is derived from the Gaelic leac, or 'flagstone,'..." Never mind. That's code for the Flagg surname, suggesting that "Fleck" is a Leck=Pole entity.

The possibility now is that the Pilate bloodline in Perthshire and Stirlingshire, because it traces to Poland and therefore may do so by way of Leck-surname elements, links to Baathist elements destined to invade Israel in the prophetic great tribulation. Here's some Aflack variations (from the Aflack page) that may not be rooted in "Fleck" but rather in "Leck": Affleck, Auchlek, Athlek, Achleck, Authinlek. That is an excellent piece to my puzzle, for Flecks had already been traced to Samson-Poland. I declare, Baathists were Mouse-Tower Poles!

I've never understood the "terras" in the motto, "Per mare per terras," used by Alexanders and others. But the "terrent" term of the Carses/Corses may help to identify it. It just so happens that the Terrent/Tarrant surname was first found in Dorset too. There is a Taranto region in southern Italy just north of Messina, and Taranto's Satyrion elements had been traced to Satricum in the south-Rome Butteri theater, and therefore to the Turan cult in the north-Rome Butteri theater. Yet, I trace Poles to the Pollux elements that I see in Apulia, where Taranto is found. We could therefore expect to find a trail of Taranto elements to Poland.

Who's red-on-white eagle is that in the French Alex(ander)/Alesse Coat? I think we now know that it's the Tarant eagle. Recall the Darth/D'Arth topic above, for "Tart" brings up the Dart/Darth Coat in Tarant (and Trent) colors. All three surnames were first found in the same general area. Unlike the red squares/cantons see so often, Darts/Darths use a white-on-red canton, the colors of the square in the Arms of Placentia. There is a Trentino in Brescia not far from Placentia.

The same red and white are used by the Lys Coat (greyhounds thrown in), and, ASTOUNDING, the Lys surname was first found in Paris! The Merovingian Lys symbol was code for Lysimachia elements in Paris.

Caution. I traced Merovingians to Boiotians of Thebes, and wouldn't identify Boiotians as Maccabees, but rather as proto-Maccabees (and only perhaps). In this picture, Merovingians were not from Maccabees proper, but the two were two branches from the same Boiotian cause for Maccabees proper to end up with Merovingian elements. I don't see Boiotians as Israelites, though it's now warranted to suspect a Boiotian branch from Macestus merging with Israelites of the inter-Testamental period to become the Maccabees.

Recall the Argos line in wolf-land Rome. It was from Diomedes, son of Tydeus. What does it mean when a myth writer does this: "Apollodorus, however, gives one version of the legend in which 'Mecestus] replaces Tydeus as one of the seven [against Thebes]"? It means that Mecestus and Tydeus are essentially the same entities. Therefore, we can now trace Apollo elements on the Macestus to wolf-land Rome, and it just so happens that Diomedes was made founder of Lanuvium, beside the Ardea-area Hernici/Hercinians (south-east of Rome on the map)!

If the Hercinians were from Verkana=Wolfland, then we would expect Gorgons at the Macestus, and indeed Gorgons were the peoples on Parium, and so why not the Macestus since it was made a son of Lysimache, herself a daughter of Priam? Didn't I identify Apollo's Hyperboreans as Gogi? Don't we expect Gog in Mysia if the latter were Meshech? Apparently, therefore, Lysimache was a combination of Laz Caucasians/Gorgons, and Meshech. That indeed traced Georgian Bats to Batia, mother of the Trojans.

The Lys river in Aosta is in the Ferrat region, and so the red eagle of the Alexanders is likely the Ferte eagle too.

Back to the pastor at the Antioch Baptist church. Forming a big-business partnership with a banker seems an unusual sideline for a pastor: "And while pastoring in Savannah, [Rev. Dr. Cameron Madison Alexander] formed a partnership with C & S Bank president Mills B. Lane to improve 109 blocks of real estate in Savannah [Georgia state]."

I am so amazed at how my writings so-often link like pieces of chain. It spurs me to go on. The paragraph above was totally disconnected in theme to the topic above it, and yet when I see Savannah, Georgia, what comes to mind by lake Sevan in Caucasian Georgia, home of Gogarene and Soducene.

Might we find that Lanes also link to the arm-and-sword lines of the Mieszkos? Let's do a fast check of Lanes and see where they lead, reminding that Lanes are suspect at the root of the Dallen/Delaney Magdalene cult.

One Lane Coat uses the Mackesy and Mackie lion. Already, we have yet another trace, now of Alexander's business partner, to the Mieszko Poles / Maccabees. The Italian Lane/Lanaro surname is just a besant/bezant, and the Besant surname uses the Massey Shield. Both German Bessen(t)s and the Bessins/Beastons of Cheshire use the arm-and-sword!!

What about that Bisanthe location shown smack to the south side of the Caeni?

Italian Lanes were first found in Brescia/Brixia. As per the Trentino location in Brescia province, entering "Trent" ("Augeo" motto) brings up an "eagle rising," a phoenix theme, while the Terrant Coat above uses red (on white) eagles that I consider phoenix. As I trace the phoenix to Mus at Lake Van, check out the "FuiMUS" motto term of the Bruces. Why Bruces? Because they were mainline Brescia elements.

Mouses everywhere. "The Pizza del Museois the main feature of [Brescia]..." Also, just outside the Brescia city limits there is a MAZZANo location. In the last update, the Mazza/Mazzon surname (means "mace") was suspect, not only as the guts of Freemasonry, but as a Maccabee entity. I now see that there is a MAZZANti variation in the surname. The Mazza Coat uses red roses, as does the Trent Coat, and major red roses come up again below in a Lane-suspect surname. The crossed swords of the Trents look like those of the Goobers/Gaubs (Massey horse, linked by me to Gobelins from lake Goplo.) Could the Gowb variation suggest that Gowins et-al trace to Goplo???

Brescia (has a Cidneo Hill) was founded by a mythical Cidnus, son of Ligure. Just like that, we are back to the Ceyhan area of Cilicia (suspect as the root of the Chaines/Chenays) that's constantly the theme of late. Hyksos were Hebrews, and Brescia was named after Eburovices.

The Lancca variation of the Brescia Lanes/Lanaro prompts a look at the Lancashire surname. The red roses of Lancashires can suddenly be discovered as those of the Mazza/Mazzantis, and we may consider the whole of this deal as Rosicrucian-central. When we then consider that York/Eboracum, the white-rose counterpart of Lancashire, was co-founded by the Eburovices/Ebroicum and the Parisii, what comes to mind but a Pharisee-line alliance with a Maccabee line in making up the rose lines? Couldn't that explain why Rosicrucians were Templars seeking to win Jerusalem? Remember, the Rollo line in Hamar was Maccabee, and the Rollo line was a primary Templar group.

In the Lancashire Coat, we see another red "canton" square (seen earlier in Rollo lines) decorated with the Bruce-Crest (and Cavan) lion design, important because the blue Bruce lion is from the Arms of Brescia. Weren't Cavans suspect as the Chaves/Chiapponi line (out of the Ceyhan theater) that named Caiaphas? The Chaves were first found in the Abruzzo capital, and the Abruzzi/Abrussi named both the Eburovices and the Brusis>Bruces. Should we be looking for a Brescia link to the Ananes and/or Laevi?

We've already found it. Remember, Brescia province is not far from the Ananes at Placentia, and the Bruces saltire traces to Ananes. Then, in the Arms of Placentia, a square. It's a white square, the color of the Bruce square with blue lion.

As I identify the canton as code for the Candida/Candie branch of the Rollo line, note that the English Laner Coat (bent-neck eagle in Crest) uses the Candy/Canty type saltire. I link the bent-necked eagle of the Massi/Mattis Chief to the same-colored eagle of the Candida Coat. You can bet your best sledge that Candidas/Candalori were a branch of Gaunt Flemings -- primary Templars. The founder of the house of Lancaster: John of Gaunt. The Macey-Coat: a mace-and-gauntlet combination.

Think about it. The Cains appear as Chaines of the Masci / Gobel(in) bloodline out of Poland's Mouse Tower at Goplo. The Lane-related Candidas were of Savoy, where the French Masseys, using a "chain boot," were first found. Alexanders apparently link to Alessandria and nearby Pavia/Papia, home of some Laevi Ligures, while Pavia traces on the one hand to mythical Popiel who "died" in the Mouse Tower to make way for the Mieszko royals, who ruled in Drakenberg's Massovia.

Another way to trace Meschins to Massovia elements is via the Masso/Musolino Coat (Mieske and Meschin colors), using the string of lozenges in the same fashion as the Brick surname that I link to "Briquessart," the surname of Ranulf le Meschin's father, viking-line ruler of the Bessin. The Brick Chief uses fleur in Massey-fleur colors.

The Massos evoke the Mazzano location just outside the Brescia/Brixia town line. The French Brix surname also uses lozenges, and then the German Brix surname, first found in Silesia, shows a Brick variation. Therefore, it appears that Brescia elements were indeed merged with Polish elements of the Silesia-rooted Mieszkos.

The Bricks, because they use a version the Whelan/Phelan/Failin Coat and Crest, lead to thistles, of the Fallin/Fullem Coat, which uses a greyhound as does the Falin/Falen Coat. The latter's greyhound holds a spear. These could be Valerius lines (see last update for Valerius Gratus, the Judean governor before Pontius Pilate, for Valerius traced to greyhounds of the Gras / Gros / Graut bloodline, of Burgundy, where Pilates were first found).

The Masso surname was first found in Bologne, where the Boii had conquered and ruled. The Boii -- suspect as the founders of proto-MaccaBEES -- are thought to have been founders of the Bessin. I trace Boii to Boiotians, the peoples who had the Muses as allies. We saw above the Gabriel/Gabel trace to Massars/Massais of the Pisa theater, and then Italian Gabriels/Gabellos were first found in Bologne too. One could therefore trace the Gabriels/Gabels to the Pannonia Boii, not forgetting that the namers of the Gopla region of Poland were traced round-about to Pannonia's Boii elements. It's not necessarily contradictory to trace Goplo's founders to Merovingians, for the latter used a bee symbol.

When on the topic of Fallins, the Fullers came to mind because I see the Fuller Theological Seminary as an outlet of Freemason-ized Christianity. I'm generalizing; suffice it to say that many Christian websites have negative things to say about Fuller Institute. The idea coming to mind was that the pastor of the Antioch church was perhaps from Fuller entities. I checked the Fuller surname to find the same horse (apparently), in a different position, of the English Lane-Crest horse.

As it just became suspect that the Fallis greyhound links to the greyhounds of the Valerius bloodline, I note that the English Lane Shield is split blue and gold, the colors of the Valery Shield. "Fuller" is not a far cry from "Valer." Did we see the Italian Lanes in Brescia? Yes, and the Italian Valer(i) surname uses the Brescia lion.

The Fullers use a "recte" motto term suspect as code, as with the Arthur-Coat "rest," for Arda elements at Orestia on the Hebros river. I see Orestia named in honor of the Ares cult that also provided Rhodope on the Hebros. The Herod-like Herds/Hurds use "recte" too. French Valerys were first found in Dauphine, in the Redone theater that I figure provided the red roses of what looked like Maccabees and Pharisees of the Lane/Lancca > Lancashire kind. Herods are suspect in the Redone family.

It's interesting that green and white (i.e. the colors used by some Maccabee-suspect lines) are the colors of Lombardy. Brescia province is in Lombardy, and the Uther-Pendragon cult out of Cornwall was (in my opinion) integral to Lombards of the Other surname. The Herd/Hurd Coat uses an otter strongly suspect as Uther-branch Others in the Cornwall area. There's a question as to whether "Other" is a variation of "Arthur," noting too that Irish Arthurs use "hurts" with their rests.

Unfortunately, the French Temple surname gives no write-up nor location, but does show a Coat that looks Valerius suspect. The Templar surname shows no Coat but has the clan first found in Devon, the Uther=Pendragon theater. Others were first found in Huntingdon, as with the Laners using the Candie saltire. It just so happens that English Temples (Cheshire) use an eagle in the colors of the Candida eagle. If that's not enough, Irish Lanes and Others both use the same bend...that I trace to the Arms of Baden (Germany) and to the Badens/Battons of Somerset. In that picture, the Lanes/Lanccas of Brescia=Lombardy were part of the Lombardy Others that formed the Windsors.

It can now be said that the Hearts in the Herd/Hurd Coat can link to the hearts of LANARkshire as per the LANARo variation of the Brescia Lanes/Lanccas. The last time I mentioned Lanarkshire, I traced the term to Lanuvium...smack beside Ardea! Therefore, the Herds/Hurds appear to trace to Ardea, as it should be with any Arthur branch.

English Lanes (Fuller horse) use the motto, "Garde le Roy." French Roys were first found in Brittany, expected if Lanes were Alans. I did trace Dallens/Delaneys to "D'Allen. The Gard Coat (red Chief with no symbols) uses a hawk's lure, symbol also of the Herod/Hurls. The other/English Fullers use yet another red canton/square, and were first found in HEREfordshire. The Fuller-Crest "beacon," along with their motto, discloses that they were related to the Bacons...suspect as Apachnas elements. French Bacons use cinquefoils in the colors of the Lanark surname.

SUSPICIOUS. Francis Bacon wrote "New Atlantis," where it is suggested that the United States will act as that neo-Atlantean kingdom through technology. If we assume that Atlanta, Georgia, was named after Bacon's theme, what about pastor Alexander's business excursion with a Bacon-related Lane surname?

It seems that Freemasonry proper stems from the little-known Poles that no one on the outside would have guessed. Mieszko who? I thought Boleslaw was that green paste that came with Kentucky Fried Chicken. Anyone named "slaw" would grow up with an inferiority complex. Porphyry tossed into the salad is certain to drive the rulers insane. It's the only explanation for Nicholas de Vere's pride in leading a witchcraft cult no more respected than the gum under our shoes. Are we a-scared of little old Nicholas? He comforts himself in the stature sucked out of his dragon legacy because he has no stature otherwise. It is Christ who makes us into royal beings. It is Christ who makes us walk proud in this lowly world, for we are true parts of a King whose works will not be ashamed, the fruit of which is not from the gum tree.


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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