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October 11 - 17, 2011

Chopping Away at Tolkien, the Poor Sap
Will Cain's 9-9-9 Become the Lawer of the Land?
The Leir Grail Cult Discovered at the Root of Arpads in Ulm
They Almos Got Away with it
Surprise but No Surprise: The Timna Line of Lotan Found in the Timms/Times
Super Key: Black Bush-Clan Boars at Goplo-related Koblenz
At the end of this update: Pharisees are Discovered in Ferraris of Scotland: the Fergus'

In the last update, the Pilate pheon was discussed as it was found, not only in the Celt surname of Perthshire, but in the Gallus/Cole/Aul surname using red-on-white stars with their pheon. We saw multi-faceted evidence that the Pontius-Pilate bloodline linked to the Valerius-Gratus bloodline, even in Perthshire itself. The line of these back-to-back Judean governors linked in Perthshire as per the Rollo surname, first found in Perthshire, and we saw that the Rollo chevron, in the colors of the Valery chevron, was colors reversed to the Valour/Valois chevron...possibly because Rollo had married Poppa of Valois and adopted her heraldry in colors reversed.

The point is, it's reason to trace the Valerius bloodline to the Valais canton in Switzerland, and not just because the Valour/Valois surname shows a Valais variation, but also because the Arms of Valais canton are red-on-white and white-on-red stars...just like the Callus/Cole/Aul and Cauley/Auley Coats respectively. That in turn suggests that Valais canton was named after Gauls, and indeed that theory works well because the canton, also called "Wallis," is a Wales-like term while I and others would trace "Wale" to "Gaul."

It appears that Valerius was named after a Vel peoples that Germanics and Italians called Valer(i) while French called them Valois. Tolkien called them Vala/Valar, and made Manwe their chief ruler. But as it seems certain that, prior to be vals, the peoples were Gauls, whom Romans called Gali, Valerius must trace to the Galli priests of the Kabeiri cult. Hebrews. And that explains why Tolkien depicted the Valar as a god-like race of beings. Manwe traces well to mythical Menelaus, husband of Helen, for she was a symbol of Galli at the Hellespont. Yes, "Hell" is a variation of "Gall," for at the Hellespont there is a piece of land, Gallipolis.

That explains how the Cauleys/Auleys were also Halls and Hulls. It's easy to trace the Galli to the Pelops>Atreus>Menelaus line in that the Galli were represented by Attis, mythically the father of the Lydians. That is, the Hatti removed themselves (either partially or wholly) from the Halys river into Lydia, ruled by Pelops, meaning that Lydians further became the namers of the Ladon river in the heart of Peloponnesia. Menelaus was the Pelops line to Argos, ruled by Atreus, and then the Argives also got hold of Sparta, where Menelaus ruled allied to Hellespont elements, daughter of Leda=Lydians on the Ladon. Pelops was himself married to Pisa to the west side of the Ladon.

The brother of Menelaus, Agamemnon, a chief ruler of all the Greeks, was made married to the Khaldi, mythicized as Cleitomnestra, apparently a branch of proto-Celts. This is important as per the claim in the last update, that the Callus/Cole/Ual clan, and the related Cauleys/Auleys, were Caledonians. Several weeks ago, I traced halls and Cauleys/Auleys to mythical Helen, but neglected to trace them also to Cleitomnestra, who happened to be Helen's sister. Yes, the Spartan brothers married sisters, both daughters of the swan- or egg-line Leda.

Interestingly, I opened an email from Julie on the Monday evening that the last update was put online, where she shared a blog telling that Mary Magdalene converted Pontius Pilate to Christianity when God turned an egg red in front of him (as she was having lunch with Pilate, we are to believe). One realizes that this was a fable invented with code work in mind. The speculation on my part is that Pilate was of the Leda-egg line and/or the Rod-egg line. Rod (ancestor god, can't help but be beloved by Illuminatists) is said by some to be the creation of the Easter egg, but then the Magdalene red egg was also said to be the creation of red-painted Pesach eggs. Yes, the word used was "pesach," not "Easter," and we saw in the last update that the Rollo motto term, "passe," brings up the Paschal surname...with the lion of the "Jewish" Levi surname that I say was born of the Laevi Gauls, whom some call Ligurians. Leda's swan line evolved into swan-depicted Ligurians, and into Godfrey de Bouillon who used the swan symbol.

Okay, so what we can understand now is that the Galli priesthood was a branch of Khaldi on the Halys river (where Halybes lived), who evolved over centuries into Leda, and then into the Celts and Callus' of the Scottish Caledonians, where Pontius Pilate (and perhaps Valerius Gratus) had parental roots. In the last update, we saw that Arthurian myth traced the Plate line to the Allan river, and we may assume that Allans and Hellens were one group, even as I trace the Alans of Dol to the Helion surname.

You can believe me or not, but I wrote the above before checking the Helion Coat, for it's been so long since I've last seen it that I have forgotten what it uses. IT USES WHITE DOWNWARD PHEONS!!! These are the colors of the Pilate-Coat pheons. MOREOVER, the Helion pheons are used on a bend that strikes us as the Sales-Coat bend, and the Sales Crest is yet another pheon!!!

Sales were from the very Ligurians that I think were swan-central. In fact, Salyes use fleur-de-lys (in the colors of the Helion pheons), tending to trace Salyes to the Lys river in Aosta (beside the source of the river upon which Salyes lived), where the Walsers lived who are known to be from the Wallis/Valais canton. Again, the Swan surname (Levi lion!) is also the Sion surname (Macey symbols), and Sion/Sitten is a city in that Swiss canton, and the Arms of Sion use(d) the same stars as the Arms of Wallis/Valais...stars that are now tracing to the Callus and Cauley (and Kyle) Coats.

Super progress here already, thanks be to secret heraldry spilling the beans. There is no doubt in my mind that the pheon bloodline traces to the Biaini of Lake Van, and later it was developed as the Bains/Beans/Vans and Vanes/Vains/Fiens, both septs of Mackays, who were Maceys, who were kin somehow (still seeking the specific link) to Maccabees. The Sion/Swan Coat uses the Macey / Wayne / Vain gauntlet, a Maccabee-line symbol. Harken thee, my fellow dragon killers, valiant lights all of you, for Pontius Pilate traces to Lake Van's Biaini founders, who trace to the Boii, who lived amongst the Maccabee-related Hercuniates in a Valeria province of Van-rooted Pannonia.

The talbot dog in the Sion/Swan Crest is that of the Halls and Hulls, but traces ultimately to the Talls/Thals using the Bessin bees, a bee design used also by the Boy Coat. Bee symbols in these cases are herein suspect as code work for Maccabees, whom I presently trace to the Boii>Hercuniate relationship. Ultimately, Maccabees were a Meshech peoples, especially of the Mus region at Lake Van, and there is nothing surprising about a Meshech peoples in Armenia. In or about the days of Ezekiel, Meshech were in neighboring Georgia, land of the Gorgons, in and around the city of Batumi, where Georgian Bats lived. The Georgian Gorgons are traced by me to modern Gorgan, anciently Hyrcania.

You get it. Meshech-branch Gorgons are suspect in the Hercuniates. The Boii portion of Maccabees may have been Boiotians from the Bats. As CadMUS was a carrier of the Mus of Lake Van, Maccabees can be found along the trails of Cadmus. He evolved from the Cilician Cati into the Hatti, and thus we already know, from what was written above, that Cadmus-and Harmonia Armenians evolved into the Pilate and Valerius bloodlines and surnames. This explains why Maccabees are routinely found in lines leading to Pilate and Valerius; all three came from Cadmus...who landed in Boiotia and married Harmonia.

Did we see the Valerius-Gratus link to the Crichtons in the last update? The Crichton and Bee/Bie Crest use the same green dragon head, and the Bees/Bies use the Sales and Helion bend with the Sales fleur-de-lys. As Helions are shown as "Helm," the Hallams/Hallands (Cappeo/Copia-lion line) are implied. Hallams were first found in Yorkshire, a place co-founded by the Percival=Parisii grail and swan lines, from the mythical Helen-Paris alliance on the Hellespont, and suspect as the line to Pharisees. It's not possible to make-up this paragraph from sheer fancy and simultaneously have it align so logically with myth and heraldry codes.

The Helion term was linked to Alans even though the surname is shown as "Helm" because entering "Hellen" brings up the Heylins, first found in Helion, Brittany. I can now report that the Hellen/Helion horse head is that of the English Pepin Coat. As the Pilate bloodline is found below to be that of King Cole, what of the camel in the Pepin Crest? One now has reason to view the fleur-de-lys on the Pepin bar/bend as the ones in the Sales and Helion/Helms bends.

Then, the French Pepin Coat uses the same bird, in the same colors, as the Dutch Golls/Gullens. We've already traced Pilate to Cullus'/COLES/Auls, you see, which is what helps to trace Pilate to king Cole. It's the German Galls/Gallus' that use the Koppel rooster (see last update for that discussion) and therefore trace to the Goplo location that was special to GALLUS Anonymous. We are about to see Sop, Shop and Chop terms that link to the king-Cole / Cammell bloodline, suggesting now that Chops were from Goplo elements. In fact, the Shops will be identified as Shaws, and Shaws (Perthshire) will be linked by a small miracle to the Cullus'/Coles/Auls, lending further evidence that Pilate's mother was from the latter.

It appears that Tolkien's Manwe Valars were the Valerius line from Helen and Menelaus, the latter named after the Mani peninsula (Sparta). In the last update, we saw that Tolkien's code work, Mandos of the "Masters," was code for the Masters surname using the Tolkien/Tooks/Toques griffins. Masters and Tolkiens/Tooks were first found in Kent so that we can assume Masters to have been a branch of the Massins/Masons of Kent. We saws that Tolkien stressed the Ayrshire area, and even named the nearby island of Arran, "Numenor," as code for the Newmans, relatives of the MacCabes/MacAbees of Arran. It was in the MacCabe discussion of two updates ago that it started to dawn that Maccabee lines carried the green color, especially green and white.

The Beans/Bains/Vans, already identified as Maccabee elements, use a "Touch not the cat" motto phrase, and then the Touch/Toucht surname, smacking of the Touque variation of the Tolkiens, uses just a green=on-white lion, and was first found in Cheshire where the Macey and Massey Maccabee lines were first found.

In the last update we saw that Tolkien's Mandos character, leader of the Masters of the Spirits, was code for Mann/Mand surname, and that it uses a tooth-like fesse just like the Masters Coat. The Tokers/Tookers use a chevron with the same tooth-like shape (!), now clinching the Tolkien/Took link to Tokers. The Toker sea horse (white) has been traced to the white unicorn of the German (Mecklenburg) Troy surname, in which trace it was assumed that these horses were the symbol of the Trojans, the same symbol given them by Homer in his Trojan-war mythology. I didn't know at the time that the sea horse traces to the Arms of Budva/Butua, the city founded by Cadmus and Harmonia and therefore named after the Boiotians that the Cadmus cult carried.

There is now another way to support my suspicions that the Georgian Bats were also Boiotians, for "Toker" had been traced to Teucer, co-founder of the Trojans with the Dardanians on the Hellespont. Mythical Dardanus married Batia, you see, daughter of Teucer. And there beside Dardania was Abydos, a term smacking of Budva. It appears, therefore, that Batia was Abydos...and later she developed into Boiotians who named Budva/Butua. We can expect Tokers to be linked to Butua elements, therefore, which is just the case with the Toker sea horses.

NOTE: the white Toker sea horses are in white waves, not in the blue waves, which seems odd. However, it indicates that the white waves are important. It just so happens that the German Drummond Coat uses white waves on a blue Shield. In the last update, Drummonds of Perthshire and Stirlingshire were linked both to Pilate and Valerius (the latter was traced to Stirling's Allan river, and by the way nearby StrathAllan should apply to).

It should be added that the Thracian Horseman, thought to be Ares, was on a white horse (color of Thracians, I assume), and that "Ares" smacks of "hross," the Celtic name for the horse. Apparently, the so-called "god of war" was a horse-named peoples in Thrace, and for that reason I trace "Ares" to the "Hros" peoples, who I assume were the Biblical Rosh, even the Rusa-named kings who ruled (8th century BC) at Lake Van (in the post-Ares period, I think).

Keeping in mind that Cadmus and Ares were "married" in Boiotia, how is it that Tolkien used "ERESsea" as code for the island of Rothesey, later named Bute? As he placed his "Avallone" location on Eressea, he must have known, or at least believed, that Arthurian Avalon was Bute. Therefore, Bute was inhabited by the line that carried the seeds of Maccabees, Pilates and Valerius'. To be sure, Arthurian myth had nine witches as rulers who must have been code for the nine Muses of Greek myth, who lived not only in Parium/Parion (home of Paris Trojans), but in Boiotia, and are easily identified thereby as the CadMUS line.

REMEMBER, the "Touch not the cat" motto phrase of the Bains/Vans looks like code for Cadmus elements from Mus of Lake Van. We just saw that the Touch term led to a green lion of Cheshire, suspect as a Macey branch of Tolkiens / Tokers. The Morgan lion is gold on green and may be assumed to link to a green-on-gold lion, link-able to the Touch lion. Wikipedia's article on Morgan le Fay, chief witch of Avalon, shows her in green and gold attire, not likely coincidental.

The point is, the Muses of Avalon would appear to have been Touch-Masseys of Cheshire, and yet Arthurian myth predates (by centuries) the Masseys proper of Cheshire that I trace to post-Arthurian Mieszko. Therefore, some form of Mysians must have been on Bute, then in Cheshire, that later caused the arrival of Mieszko's Mysian elements to Cheshire. If we trace Morgan le Fay to the Touch surname of Cheshire, we readily see why Tolkien emphasized the Bute and Ayrshire theaters.

The Touch Lion is identical in both design and colors of the Lyon lion, suggesting Maccabee elements in the city of Lyon. As the Valery surname was first found in Dauphine, what about this: "The western border [of Dauphine] was marked by the Rhone to the south of Lyon. The Dauphine extended up to what is now the centre of Lyon." The city was also called, Lugdunum," after the mythical Lug that was allied to Cheshire's Meschins. In the last update, we saw a slew of Valery-related clans in gold on blue, and so we might link them all to the gold-on-blue dolphins in the Arms of Dauphine.

Yes, for it was the branches of Pagans/Payens, also first found in Dauphine, that were emphasized in the gold-on-blue colors. As these surnames were linked to "Apachnas," who was pharaoh Khyan, what about my fundamental identification of the Hyksos with mythical Daphne?

The Touch surname is also "Tuff." Dauphincidence? I realize that we can't trace the one term both to "Teucer" and to "Daphne," but where those two mythical entities were basically the same, their clans could use variations that honored both Teucer and Daphne.

Taffees use and Khyan-suspect Caens both use lattice, and so do English Noels. But just look at the gold-on-blue chevron of the French-Norman Noels, surrounded by crescents. If you didn't skim the last update, you'd know a very important thing, that the Valour/Valois Coat uses the same chevron as the Noels, and the same white-on-blue crescents!!! Clearly, the Valerius bloodline linked to lattice-using clans, especially to Noels.

But the indicators are pointing to Tolkiens as the Valerius bloodline itself. "The Touches were Lords of Audley, the Earls of Castlehaven." We then find a so-called "fret", in the colors of the Veres, in the Audley Coat, while lattice is officially, "fretty." I trace Veres to Ferte-Mace, a Maccabee-suspect place that brought forth the Maceys. This would be a good place to re-mention that fretty-lattice in the colors of the Touch's/Tuffs is used by the Cabels.

The French Noel write-up may indicate that the wyvern dragon used by Veres (and the Drake surname) may be code for Wiverstones: "This knight, Robert Noel, accompanied William, Duke of Normandy, in his conquest of England in 1066 and was granted many lands, including those of Ellenhall, Wiverstone, Podmore and Milnese. Lord of Ellenhall became Lord of Gainsborough which was granted to him by King Henry I..." Important folk, but then they were just folk. Let's take the EllenHALL and Gain terms in that write-up.

Tolkien had a special class of Valar called, Tulkas, special because: "He was the last of the Valar to descend into Arda, and helped to tip the scales against Melkor after the destruction of the Two Lamps." There is a Tulk/Tulloch Coat that uses a thin fesse, in the same colors, as the Alan Coat.

The last update revealed that Tolkien's Angainor term, which was a chain that held Melkor captive, was code for the Angain/Gain surname. I had taken the time to mention the triviality that the Angain Coat was in Vere colors. Veres were Alans because Nicholas de Vere of Drakenberg bucks for the Stewarts, and then the Angain/Gain fesse is colors reversed to the Alan/Allen fesse...which comes up when entering "Ellen." Remember here, the Helion>Alan line was a Pilate=pheon line.

Entering Wiver brings up the Angain clan: "First found in Westmorland, where [the Wyberghs] held a family seat as Lords of the Manor of Clifton Hall...Before the acquisition of Clifton Hall through the marriage of William de Wybergh to Eleanor, daughter and heiress of Gilbert Engayne, the family of Wybergh held a family seat at St. Bees..." Apparently, the Wiverstone location in the Noel write-up was of the W(h)ybergh/Wiver surname. In case this interests you, both the Wye/Wigh and Why/Guise surnames were first found in Gloucestershire.

Did we see the MILNese term in the Noel write-up? By what coincidence is it that entering "Melk," as per "Melkor," brings up a MILNshop variation from a Milksop location in Buckinghamshire (the clan was also in Oxfordshire)? Didn't I trace Khyan both to the Chaines and to Buckinghams??? Therefore, Tolkien's Angainor chain holding Melkor was code for these three clans: Angains/Gains, Milksops, and Chaines/Chenays.

Now before you toss my Melkor=Meleager link, let's investigate the roots of the Milksop/Milnshop clan (no Coat is shown). The write-up traces to the sap or sop of milk or curds, but then the Dean sword was found three updates ago to be the sword in the Curd/Arthy/WERarthy Coat (wyvern dragon in Crest, and then the sword, no doubt the Excalibur, has similarity with the one held by the Masci wing in the Chaine Coat. Already we suspect that the sword links to the Milksops/MILNshops.

Then, the sword of the Dutch MILNer/Mueller Coat has the ends of the handle bending toward (not away from) the sword, just like all three swords above. The same sword may be (I can't see it well enough to tell) in the mouth of the Tolkien griffin, and then the Tolkien motto uses two Mil terms.

If that's not enough, entering "Gall" brings up the Culles/Cole/Aul Coat, the surname with the Pilate pheon, and then the very same sword is found in the French Gall/Galen Coat. Pontius Pilate was definitely a Gaul (I'm convinced, anyway).

Two other Milner Coats use wheels (one is a so-called Catherine Wheel), and we are to believe that they are the mill wheels, but then Ixion=Khyan had a wheel symbol too, no doubt the Hyksos-chariot symbol.

The Dutch Milner write-up: "The modern form of the name, Mueller, is documented early on in the chronicles of Swabia, wherein the knight Conrad von Husen is noted as having become known as Mueller for his ownership of a mill." Therefore, multiple Mill(er) surnames may have had no other origin but in the von-Husen clan. Checking, I found a Hussian/Hession Coat using what looks like the Macey Shield with the likeness of the same sword again, except that now the sword has evolved into a "baton." Entering "Baton," three bats appear.

BEHOLD. Recalling that Bats led to Batia, daughter of Teucer, and therefore to the sea horses of the Tokers, themselves a branch of the Tolkiens/Tooks of Kent, how is it coincidental that entering "Shop" brings up a sea horse in the Crest of a (Shoreland) clan first found in Kent? There are no Shop-like variations shown, but rather Shop and Shaw variations only. THEN BINGO! Entering "Chop" as per the Milnchop variation of the Milksops, the Tolkien-Coat griffins appeared!!! Therefore, it's very true that JJ Tolkien was obsessed in his mythology with his own bloodlines.

He could have spent his life being a positive force, and yet expended himself romanticizing dark Satanic entities. Do not respect nor admire his works.

The Chop term is registered under the Camp surname, in the colors of Campbells/CAMMELs, the latter first found in Argyllshire but tracing to Camulodunum=COLchester. The Callus'/COLES/Auls, suspect as the bloodline of Pontius Pilate's mother, were first in Argyllshire too. SURPRISE. It means that mythical king Cole of Camulodunum was (I feel confident) the bloodline of Pilate's mother, and that Campbells/Cammells either had contact with that line, or were fundamental to it.

The Camp/Chop write-up chose to derive the surname in "field," and sure enough, it's another bogus claim. Instead, the Campos were linked to the Field/Feld surname (Coat much like the Tolkien Coat) because it too was first found in Yorkshire, as with the Camps/Chops, the other place that king Cole ruled. If you're bucking against this evidence, consider also the Chop-related Shops/Shaws, for Shaws were first in Perthshire, where Pilate's mother was reportedly from. The Arms of Ayrshire (beside Argyllshire) use a "shaw" motto term, remember. It suggests that Tolkiens were of the Pilate bloodline too, though he choose to honor Valerius Gratus (or at least his bloodline) instead by his Valar super-beings.

We of course want to see the Shore Coat because of the Shoreland/Shawland/Shop surname that comes up as a Milksop/MilnCHOP branch (not forgetting that this clan, to Tolkien, is evil Melkor, who started out good but then corrupted himself). The Shore Coat uses a chevron in colors reversed to the Tolkien chevron, and the Shore motto, "Perimus licitis," is identical to the Caen motto (the Caen Coat shows two Boofima>Baphomet indicators). Cunninghams, who may be Caens/Canns to some extent, were first found in Ayrshire near Campbells, though I traced the Cunningham 'Y' to Yorkshire, home of the Camps/Chops. In the last update, the Carse/Corse surname, first found in Perthshire, was introduced as per the Corsehill location of the Cunninghams.

The Perimus code can be understood either as Parium, Mysian origin of the Muses, or as Pari-Muse. There is a coin of Parium online showing a Pari term on the backside, and a Gorgon head on the other side. Then there is this coin of Paris, France, showing snakes/worms for hair, symbol also of the ancient Gorgons. On the back side of the Paris coin, the worm is readily visible, and at you look at the top, you can see the checkerboard pattern found on the coins of certain Byzantine emperors. For example, the coin of Basil.

It can't be coincidental that Masseys use a pegasus, for in myth, Pegasus came forth from the head of the Medusa Gorgon. Think the Meshech of Gorgonic Georgia, but then trace Khyan to a much-earlier branch of Meshech out of Mus of Lake Van. The Khyan cult apparently took their Mus entity all the way to the Caen motto.

But who were the Shores to use the same motto? The Shorelands/Shawlands should trace to Quwe (where Hyksos settled Cilicia) out of which came the Sheaves/Chaves bloodline to the Shaws...of Perthshire. The Shoreland write-up " the year 1260 when Robert de Schirlande..." That is, the surname was early Schir, smacking of "Scherf" that brings up the Scher surname. And Shorelands are also "Sherland."

As I was in the midst of writing the paragraph above, before writing the last sentence, there was a sudden moment of reflection as it dawned that Pilate's mother was of the Shaw family in the time of Jesus. I was wondering then how the Shaws could link to the Callus/Cole/Aule surname that I've already linked to Pilate's mother, and BANGO! As I was writing the next sentence, I recalled that I lived as a child in a neighborhood called, "Sherwood," and entering the term, there sat pretty red-on-white stars, the colors of the Callus/Cole/Aule Coat (with Pilate pheon)!!!

Moreover, and good thing, the Sherwood chevron is the Shore chevron!

No sooner did I see those pretty stars, that I asked myself what else happened in my childhood while in the Sherwood estates for a few years. The first and only thing coming to mind was Janice Netterfield. I asked her to go skating while about 12 years old, maybe 13, and she said..."okay." She was my first-ever attempt at such a thing, and my ego was on the line. She was pretty. I had to walk home after a hockey game on the morning when the date was set, and was too tired to get back to the rink to fulfill the date. Needless to say, she didn't talk to me again, even after I explained things. Her ego was on the line too, and I blew it for her.

The point is, the Netterfield Coat uses the same chevron as the Sherwoods, and even three stars in the same locations. NetterFIELDS were first found in Yorkshire, near the Sherwoods of Durham, and where the Fields were first found that linked to the "field" term of the Camp/Chop write-up. If that's not enough, "Nettle" alone was entered to find them too first found in Yorkshire. This places Nettles in the sphere of the Yorkshire king Cole, of the line of Pilate's mother.

I can't see the full significance of the Nettles but am sure that God arranged that Netterfield event just for this revelation. Nettles use the Rockefeller rock and black savage heads. Also, they show a Nes(s)field variation that may have been Tolkien's Nessa character, wife of Tulkas. The Nes term was early in Netterfield history: "Hence, conjecturally, the [Netterfield] surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Nesfield, held by William de Percy, Earl of Northumberland..."

After writing that, the "needless" term written in the Netterfield paragraph came to mind as a Nettle- like term, and this recalled the Needle surname. Entering it, there was just one large sun on blue Shield. Earlier, coming across the "von-Husen surname of the proto-Milners, I had entered "Hussian" but also "Hussien,"deciding not to show the latter at that time. BUT NOW it's time to show it because it too has just one large sun on blue Shield!

I remember what brought up the Needle surname in the first place, when the Dean discussion brought up the Natali/Dianes. "Natali" means the same to the Italians as "Noel" means to the French! WE'VE COME FULL CIRCLE, for the discussion that led to the Fields and Sherwoods, and therefore to the Sherwood-related Netterfields, started in the MILNese term of the Noel write-up!!! Mind Boggling that God can work in this way without my sensing it at all. One would think that some sort of energy or sensation could be felt within us when He is there operating in our minds. But no, nothing at all of the sort.

Do you know how often God works in you and yet you don't realize it? That little thought not to do such-and-such, or to do such-and-such, was it really from you alone? If you ask God for anything out of the goodness that He values, does He hear you only if some sensation takes place momentarily?

The Noel Coat with the MILNese write-up is the one like the Valour/Valois Coat. The Milnese term was important only due to the Milnshop variation of the Melkor-suspect Milksops. Again, Melkor was a Tolkien code, and Tolkien's chief peoples were Valar. Apparently, Tolkien saw some large fault with the Milksops and/or their branches...but Janice Netterfield was too angelic to be evil. She got evil eyes only after I stood her up. Forgive, I had to walk home a mile with hockey equipment on my back, and the game itself takes most everything out of a boy to begin with.

As Netterfields from NESfield use the Sherwood Coat, the doves of the English Ness/Nestor Coat should be mentioned because I've maintained that the doves look like storks...that should link to the stork in the Shore Crest!! Two exclamation marks are for: 1) Shores sound like Sherwoods, and; 2) The Shore Shield is, like the Sherwood and Netterfield Shields, a black-on-white chevron.

AMAZING, for mythical Nestor of Gerenia was a king of Pilate-like Pylos, while the Netterfield/Nesfield Crest is a A silver pillar!!! One can't get more important, in a Pilate hunt, then the Netterfield surname using Pilate symbols and linking to what appear like Pylos elements. The following clip may indicate that the Pylos and/or Nestor bloodlines were at Novara and/or Navarre:

Pylos, historically known under its Italian name Navarino, is a town and a former municipality in Messenia, Peloponnese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Pylos-Nestoras, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit. It was the capital of the former Pylia Province...

...In the Middle Ages, Pylos was named Avarino, probably after a body of Avars who settled there.

I've never considered that Novara may have been an Avar settlement. The idea of a Laevi link to Avars at that place is new and to be kept in mind. The greater novelty is that the Pilate bloodline may have been from Pylos elements amongst the Laevi before Pontius Pilate was born. The Gauls of France, of which the Laevi were, invaded Italy in pre-Christian centuries. My take is that Pylos was the Pelops=Apollo line through Pollux of Sparta to Pylos of Messene, for it was reported in myth that Menelaus, grandson of Pelops, ended up in Messene toward the latter years of his life.

There was a practice of placing an 'A' to the front of some terms, as for example "Navarino" was also "Anavarin." NEStor may thereby have become "Anes" and therefore the Ananes Gauls where "anes" is the suffix. The idea evokes the Ines/Ince and Innes clans. One of Nestor's children, Aretus, smacks of Tolkien's Aratar group-of-eight that included Manwe, Mandos (i.e. Menelaus-suspect), Aule and Tulkas. "Nestor was an Argonaut, helped fight the centaurs, and participated in the hunt for the Calydonian Boar," wherefore he can be placed into the Melkor circle of Argonauts if true that Meleager (who killed the Calydonian boar) was in Tolkien's mind when he created "Melkor."

In the course of seeking the Hessian Coat, I accidentally found the Husan/Hewison Coat. It might not have shown signs of applying to this discussion had it not been "First found in Argyllshire, on the Isle of Bute..." I don't yet know whether these terms could link to the Hungarian Hussians, but am more sure that the Hesse Hessians apply. The Catti were in Hesse, and as Catti were carriers of Boiotians, to the Batavi for one, we could expect Hessians on Bute. Batavi are traced here to Padova of the Veneti, and then the Natali and Natali/Diane surnames were first both found in Venice.

Wasn't Saddam HUSSein a Baathist?

Did we just see Fields. Netterfields, and Nettles in Yorkshire? One good argument for linking Noels to Natalis is that Knowles were first found in Yorkshire too. The Knowles Crest is the same elephant as the Corbin Crest, suggesting possible Knowles and Noel linkage to the Pharisee line, even as I trace Pharisee elements to Yorkshire's Parisii. The elephant traces to Esau-ites of the Eliphas kind, and as I traced them to Boscath of Hebron, how is it that the Knowles Coat is a virtual match with the Hebron Coat? Hebrons were first found north of Yorkshire, in Northumberland, beside the Durham Sherwoods.

This is the place to mention that the Reich/Ryke Coat and Crest (in Franconian Rake colors) use two symbols of the Hebron Coat. The Raiks/Rakes (griffins) then use what looks like a version of the Tolkien Coat. This paragraph was born of the Ayrshire motto, "God shaw the Richt," and assumed that Reichs and Raikes were Shaw-, and therefore Pilate-related, before I had entered "Rick" (griffin) find what looks like the fesse-crosslet combination (thin fesse, like the Alans) of the Angain/Gain Coat (the Angain Coat is essentially the Alan Coat).

The Rick/Rix write-up: "In this case the surname was originally derived from the Old English word risc which refers to those individuals who lived near the rushes." Garbled-ee-gook. Instead, the write-up is code for the Rush surname that uses the same-colored fesse as the Ricks.

It's interesting that the Ricks use both a wolf and horses, for the Apollo>Pelops>Pylos line to Nestor begins with the Apollo wolf line but ends with the horses that were symbol to Nestor. Also, horses and chariots were a symbol of the Pisa entity that was Pelop's Amazonian wife, Hippodamia. The Rush horses are the same as those in the Frees/Freys Coat, and safe to say, Frisians were a RUS peoples, which should put to sleep the Rush and Rick traces to merely to bull rushes and marshes.

I might also add that I traced rings (used in the modern Olympics logo) of the Rush Coat to the original Olympics at Elis in Pisa, and that the horse symbol of Pisa was likely an indication that the Ares=Rus horse cult was there. If I'm not mistaken, the Rush Coat figured in when I was tracing Tolkien codes to Rus entities. Tolkien fancied rings too, didn't he?

He made his Sauron character the lord/originator of the rings, which recalls the trace, by a Wikipedia article, of some Tolkien codes to Messina of Italy (known to be founded by Grecian-Messene elements). It was for that reason that I was able to identify Sauron as code for Saracens of Messina, who were allied to the Rus line of the Guiscards. The Aeolian islands (that I trace to "Elis" of Pisa) are off the Messina coast. Nestor in Pylos was just to the south of Pisa, and there is even a Pylos in Elis that some trace Nestor to. The Rick griffin, by the way, is the Ali-of-Messina griffin.

THEREFORE, just look at how important the Netterfield surname (with pillar) of NESfield has already proven to be. AND, after writing that, I was back at the Netterfield page reading: "the lands of Nesfield, held by William de Percy, Earl of Northumberland..." I entered Percy (suspect as the Percival / Pharisee line), and there in the motto was an "en Dieu" phrase that is the whole of the Rush motto. The entire Percy motto is, Esperance en dieu," suggesting Hesperides elements. The Percys were first found in Yorkshire, founded by the Percival=Parisii. Perincidence? (Parks use the Stewart Shield and Keith stags).

The Rushes were introduced today as per the Ricks, and the Ricks entered the discussion as per the Richt term in the Arms of Ayrshire. No sooner did I take another look at the Spalding Coat (in Percy colors), because Spaldings had been traced to the Hesperides, that the Hink Coat was re-loaded as per the "hinc" term in the Spalding motto. And there the Hink Coat was the Annan(dale) saltire used in the Arms of Ayrshire! Spaldings were first found in Lincolnshire (a home of the Redone-Rus), where the Rush-related Raiks/Rakes were first found.

Therefore, as Netterfields/NESfields were Percys who were Ricks who were of Ayrshire's Annan elements, what about that idea of tracing NEStor to an hypothetical "Anes" term that could have furnished the Ananes? Until now, I don't think I've traced "Ananes" to any ancestral term. What's interesting in that Pylos is now tracing to the Pilate surname born in Perthshire is that the Scottish Ness clan (not forgetting the Dutch Ness' are also "Nestor") was first found in Fife, beside Perthshire.

Moreover, as we saw Pilate tracing to the red-on-white stars of the Callus/Cole clan, what about the fact that the Scottish Ness shield is the Washington Shield white the Washington Chief uses red-on-white stars??? Does Washington (and Freemasonry thereof) trace to Pontius Pilate? Is that why the government buildings in Washington are done in Roman style?

Certainly, if Freemasonry's biggest secret is its ancestry in Pontius Pilate, Washington, the biggest Freemasonic bastion in the world, is expected to trace to heavy-duty Pilate elements.

Why is the Washington Crest "A raven with wings endorsed proper'? The Proper surname shows also as Robin and Robert, and even uses the Mackesy lion shown in the French Robert Coat. The latter branch was first found in Burgundy, where the Pilate surname was first found in France, and for other reasons explained in the last update (for example the Rollo link to both Pilates and Robins), the Roberts were traced to Pilates. Washincidence?

Robins use a chevron in colors reversed to the Rollo and Valery chevron, as well as pheons in the white color of the Pilate phoens. The Robin motto traces to what I say are the Vivians/Veys if Fife elements. Didn't we just see the Washington-related Ness clan first found in Fife?

In keeping with the suspected trace of mythical Nestor to the Ananes Gauls (remember, Pylos=Navarino is tracing to Novara of the Laevi Gauls), what about the TyrANNIS motto term of the Propers? The Great Seal of the United States uses "Annuit" in its motto. Entering "Annis" gets a single star in colors reversed to the Washington stars.

The Annis write-up jumps out at me because it traced to "lamb of god," or rather just to an agnes = lamb. It reminds me that I expect the False Prophet, a dragon entity with two horns like a lamb, from Washington.

The Proper Crest is "An ostrich with a key in its beak," suspect as the Sheaves/Chaves key leading to the Shaws/Shays and Kays/Keys. REMEMBER, the Kay/Key Coat is much like the Inch/Hinch Coat, surname first found in Perthshire (!!), which is itself a version of the Ince/INES Coat!!!

AND SHOCKERS, the latter Inch branch was first found in Lancashire, same as Washingtons, proving that the "proper" term of the Washington-Crest description is code for Propers, and that the key of the Propers links to INES elements, as expected from the "Annis" buried in the Washington motto.

It should be added that entering "Ines" brings neither of the Inch/Ince clans up, but rather brings up both Innes Coats, one of which uses Zionists stars in the colors of the same on the Israeli flag. The Innis stars are colors reversed to the Zionists stars of the Hagar(t)s, first found in Perthshire, and -- pause -- these are in the colors of the Pilate pheons. If you don't do a good bit of pausing while reading these updates, you'll be prone to missing much of what's being disclosed.

As mythical Nestor is now working into the Pilate elements, what about the pelican-on-nest symbol, used, for example, by Stewarts? Is the nest one simple method of finding Nestor and Pilate lines? If so, thank you heraldry, and thank you all the buffoons who took the time to cleverly disguise secrets in heraldry. You are all destined to be joking laugh, for God laughs and plans on making them his footstool. The head will become the tail when the Capstone returns, when it strikes the Roman legs on its toes, crumbling the global idol to the ground.

I remember that in grade 6, I had my fixes on Brenda Sage, but she didn't like me at all. She was in my grade-7 class too, and so it was nice to get the "yes" from Netterfield, also in my grade-7 class, just because it made Brenda fade away (it gave me the confidence of moving on to). The point is, I've since linked Sages to Savages by way of a Sage link to Sarahs/Saires / Sawyers / Seagers, the Sava-river clans that had linked to Savages. The Netters, remember, use savages in their Coat, and the Savage surname had been linked to RUSsells, and not just because Russells use a "Que sara sara" motto.

There is an alternative Saire/Sere surname first found in Languedoc, tending to trace "Russell" to Roussillon of Languedoc. The Saire/Sere Coat looks Hebron-ish, and moreover I can see the Callus/Cole/Aul stars behind it...partly because the Italian Culles/Cola Coat uses a white rose, as does the Saire/Sere Coat. The other part is due to the stems on the Culles/Cola rose, which I don't find often. Stems are found in the white roses of the Sherwood Crest, and this is where it gets Nazi-interesting.

Sherwoods use their stars in the colors of the Callus/Cole/Aul stars, and in colors reversed to the Saire/Sere stars...suggesting strongly that the latter were relatives of the Sher(wood)s. THEN, the "Scherf" term brings up the Schere surname with a red rose branch...with stem!!! Again, a Nazi with a Score-like surname admitted in a deathbed confession that president George H.W. Bush was born George H. Scherf(f), son of a Nazi operative, but adopted by the Bush clan...very convincing to me because the president-Bush line married Walkers while the German Walker Coat also uses a red rose with stem in a Shield like the Schere/Scherf Shield. One cannot get much more creepy than that evidence for the deathbed confession.

Entering either "Sher" or "Scherf" brings up the Schere surname. Clearly, "Schere" is Anglicized to "Shere," explaining why I lived in the Sherwood that I could tell you what you are now reading. Recently, it was discovered that Hitler's Nazis were ROSIcrucians, explaining the roses (a chief Rosicrucian symbol) in these surnames.

Read slow if you can't think fast and furious. The Nazis were specifically of a Thule Society, and then Walkers use a white-on-blue crescent, the colors of the Tuttel/Tuthal crescent, the same crescent and chevron as per the Valour/Valois Coat, the latter's Chief adding in red roses. The Tuttel/Tuthal Crest leads to the Danish Bauer Crest, important because Bauers were of the Bavarian Illuminati, founded by a WEIShaupt, of the Weis surname of Bavaria, using Zionists stars in the colors of the Walker Zionists stars.

So, who were the Walkers? They were the Valour/Valois and Valerius bloodline, for, even as the Fullers were traced to "Valerius" elements, so we read in the English Walker page: "The surname Walker is derived from the Old English word wealcere, which means fuller." CODE WORK at work there, thank you very much. Walker=Valer! The Valerius bloodline was on the American throne, but who knows how many times it was on that throne prior to George H. Scherf. The Fuller Coat may even be a version of the Washington Coat.

The write-up also reads: "The name Walker began when someone in that family worked as a fuller, whose job it was to scour and thicken raw cloth by beating it and trampling it in water." If I'm not mistaken, "Weis" in German means "water." I've had the tendency of linking "Weis" to the proto-Washington Wassa surname...using a Zionists star. BUT I CAN NOW REPORT that the Wassa star is inside a red canton, and that the Fuller Coat uses a red canton!!!

Canton you just feel the reality? It is said that Hitler sought the "spear of destiny" in his quest for world power. As it was the spear thrust into Jesus, satanists must feel that it has the hands of satan himself holding it. The point is, it was the spear of a Roman, and would most likely have become a symbol of the Valerius and/or Pilate bloodline. After all, Romans ruled the world and Hitler wanted to revive the Roman empire. In other words, expect Hitler (or at least his Thule Society) to trace to the Roman governors of Judea in Jesus' day.

The Scherf Nazis inside the United Sates may have been tolerated by Washington Freemasons just because they were all cut out of the same Valerius cloth. It appears that American peoples -- i.e. their money -- are being used to raise the Roman empire back to empirehood. But men are just men, and they can't control the bird between their legs let alone the global beast. Did I say that? Yes, and I was being as insulting as I could be.

I haven't gotten to the part for which I suggested you read slow. The German Talls/Thalls, who were Talbots, smack of "Thule." The Tuttels also smack of "Thule," and in fact their TuTHALL variation does well against "Thall." The Tuttel/Tuthal Coat is in the colors of the Talls/Thalls, and the latter's Coat shows Zionists stars in the colors of the Weis and Walker stars. The Tall/Thall Crest shows the same star with feathers...which may link to the Proper=Washington ostrich.

Talls/Thalls (bees) link easily to French Talbots, and then in the English Talbot (surname from "TailleBOIS") page we read: "The Talbot name is derived from the Germanic personal name Talabert, meaning bright valley." Hogwash. "Valley" must rather be code for the Valerius bloodline, especially the Valois/Valour surname. As the latter is also "Valais, but what coincidence is it that the Swiss canton of Valais uses red-on-white stars, the colors of the Washington stars. The Valais/Wallis stars were already traced to the Callus/Cole/Aul stars, and the Aul variation of the latter easily links to "Gaul" and "Wales" and therefore to "Wallis."

BETTER still, the "valley" code in the Talbot write-up traces to the Brittany Valley/Vallis surname, for it shows three red horizontal bars, as does the Fuller Coat (Fullers had been found as per the Walker write-up). The Valley/Vallis Coat is much like the Scottish Drummond Coat, the latter surname first found in Perthshire!!! That is an amazing find, for as Drummonds have been traced to Pilates by multiple methods, here we now find Fullers and Valleys, both suspect as Valerius' lines, tracing to Drummonds.

I can't image a rockincidence where the Feller Coat uses white-on-blue treFOILS around a chevron in the colors of the Valour/Valois chevron having white-on-blue crescents. I'm chugging like a choo-choo train here, bringing all my goods to the peoples, for free, unlike the Rockefeller railroad empire. The railroad was built by midnight-oil-burning goons with dirty dollar signs in their tired eyeballs. They abandoned humanity for big business. Weren't TREFoils traced also to Trips/Treffs, who were first found, as with white-on-blue German Drummonds, in Hamburg?

The "contradiction" can be explained. Rockefellers were early called, Roquefeuil, and they must have used a foil or leaf symbol as a result. But we wouldn't expect Fellers to use a trefoil unless Rockefellers were linked to Trips/Treffs. As the latter look like Trabys and Darbys that I link to Drummonds -- especially because "Trabzon" easily modifies to Drummond-like "Thermodon" (a river in the Trabzon theater) -- the Drummond links to the Valleys/Vallis', and therefore to the Feller-related Valours/Valois, tends to prove a Rockefeller link to Drummonds...and Trips/Treffs.

The suspicion from that deduction is the "feuil" was a Valerius bloodline of the Fuller and Valley/Vallis kind. The Roques (using rocks), Rocketts (the Rook rook), and Roquefeuils were of Languedoc, and the Valery surname was first found in Dauphine of the Languedoc theater. I'm guessing from evidence that Raiks/Rakes were linked to Rooks and Rookbys of Yorkshire.

THE EXTREMELY INTERESTING HUNCH now is that the Rodes clan that the Roquefeuils married (see 2nd update in September for online evidence) were the Herods that Julie claims were in Languedoc. It can be imagined that Herods of Israel were merged with, or at least linked to, Roman governors of Judea. By what here-raising-incidence is it that trefoils are on the Hrod>Rodes Coat, a surname first found in HEREfordshire??? The Coat uses the colors of the Hurl/Harald/Herod Coat.

By what hairy-incidence is it that Fullers were also first found in Herefordshire?

From the above prior to the Rockefeller entry, it does seem again that "Walker" was a modification from a Valer-like term. Checking "Welk" for evidence, there's an anchor with a rope entwined around it, just like the Kyle-Crest anchor. Kyles link easily to the Pilate-based Callus/Cole/Aul surname. Wilkers/Wilkinsons (Paris-style unicorns) were first found in Durham, as with the Sherwoods using a Shield akin to the Callus/Cole Shield.

Another highlight of my three-year stay in the Sherwood community was my paper route. The competing newspaper was delivered by a Savage surname, and we became friends to some degree. I began delivering the paper at age 11, the year when God struck the chimney of my house while I was half-asleep and mouthing the words, "No, I don't believe in you, God, I don't believe in you." The brightness of the flash and the loudness of the noise made it feel as the lightning struck the pillow right next to my mouth. There's only one explanation for those words that I was saying: God had come to me in my sleep with a message or dream, that I cannot at all recall, and He was asking me to serve him.

He had done it at age seven, when I was alone, running across my front lawn. I heard the words like a person speaking to my physical ears: "Will you live for me?" Nobody was there. I had never heard from any church about living for God; the idea was foreign to me; my parents were Catholic and had brought me a few times to their church, where priests still spoke Mass in Latin. I hated it. I don't think I had been to any church prior to age seven, anyway.

I was so shocked at the request to live for this invisible voice that I turned down the offer. I just said, "No, I want to have fun." After experiencing an awful feeling and sensing that I would end up in an awful place if I didn't live for Him, I maintained my position, thinking that, hopefully, I might later change my mind. I just wasn't willing at the time to live for this stranger...who didn't even introduce himself. But it was His way of preparing me, that I might later know that He was in my life for something. I didn't hear back from Him...until age 11.

I received signs at age 10 that he was blessing me in certain ways, answering some prayers. I wasn't rebellious against God, but neither was I actively seeking him. It wasn't the kid-thing to do. I was more concerned with working in my running shoes. I played every sport possible, had several circles of friends all over, and was constantly busy. And I was a sucker for cute blondes already. But I faintly recall an unusual prayer, while still at Sherwood, that was so adult-like, so unexpected of me, that I sensed they were God's words coming out of me. It was to the effect that I wanted "to know Him." It was as though this concept was what God wanted most of all, for us to know Him. I recall an amazing soothing sensation in my chest after the prayer. Yet, afterward, I didn't committ myself to living for Him, and started hanging out with the wrong side of the tracks leading to drugs and everything that comes with it.

I had no idea that this revelation, part of which you are now reading, was His plan for much of my life.

In the last update, it was shown that the surname of Herman Cain, Republican front runner at this time in many areas of the country, linked to at least two other surnames in leadership positions in his Antioch church. Those surnames seemed to trace to Poland's Goplo region, where the Piasts and even the Poles themselves came out of. There is now another Cain-related surname to investigate, especially as it has to do with economic team and the 9-9-9 plan that he's advancing.

I realize that it's on the slanderous side to say, but in my "line of work" here at tribwatch, I'm on the watch for the 6-6-6 False Prophet on the American throne, and Herman Cain may soon take that seat. Might Herman's 9-9-9 plan be from a circle of people working toward the Biblical mark of the beast? After all, the anti-Christ was lumped in by God with the city of Antioch. May they have used 9-9-9 as a message to all Freemasons / Illuminatists / witches? Not likely, but it's still worth keeping an eye on. After the last Republican debate this past week:

Herman Cain defended the economic team behind his 9-9-9 tax plan but still refused to name his economic advisers.

...Cain also specifically mentioned Rich Lowrie, the wealth management consultant he had previously cited when defending his economic team. But, as he has on previous occasions, Cain declined to name the remainder of his economic team.

Surely, if Cain wants to be the president and to introduce 9-9-9 into law, he should reveal who his team is before the election. Why is he hiding the people of that team? The Lowrie Coat is familiar to me, uses a grail with laurel inside it, and a "Repullulat" motto that could be part code for Poles.

In the past, this surname, which I've called the Laurie/Lawrie or Lorri Coat, was linked to the Lorraine surname and Lorraine location in France. One reason for the link was the Lorraine motto, "Lauro resurgo," translated as "I rise again with laurel." The Repullulat term is translated, "It buds afresh." Same revival concept, both using laurel in that theme. One could get the impression that these entities linked to Dauphine...where the Valerys were first found.

But as Herod blood is suspect in Valery clans, and as we saw shortly above that Herods and Valery clans trace to Herefordshire, what about the white-on-red eagles of the Hereford surname??? Make your notes, draw your lines, clear the fog, my fellow dragon-slayer historians. We have a job to do to enlighten the world.

You can see that the red-on-gold bend, AND THE WHITE-ON-RED EAGLES on the Lorraine-Coat bend, are used in the Arms of Lorraine!!! Make your notes, draw your lines, for you now know where Herods track.

The Lorrings/Lorins use the same engrailed bend, on white too, as the Scottish Lawers (= the Lawrence clan). We read: "First found in Bedfordshire, where Albert de Lorraine (Lothariensis) was listed as a Baron in this county and Hereford in 1086." I hadn't found the Lorrings until after the entire section on the Lorraines was done. It confirms to my delight that the Lorraine eagles are the Hereford eagles. If ever we are convinced of Herods in the Hereford entity, we can nail them down too in Lorraine entities. But, can we sense that Herods are the very veins of Rosicrucianism's heart? Down to every capillary, and even into every fat wart, Herod blood should be there.

Take out thine sickle from thine scabbard, oh great Slasher in the Sky, and slice the warts off of humanity's face. Remove the Vere-cose veins from the ailing body of mankind.

Wikipedia reports that Lohengrin was formerly the "Loherangrin" of another myth. In that version, he was a twin of KARDeiz and a father of Elsa, revealing that the Lohengrin swan line was from Carthaginians, for it's known that CARTHage was founded by an historical Elissa (of Tyre). The immediate point is that "LOHERAN(grin)" can be found in the Lorring write-up: "The name Lorring originates in Normandy where records show Henricus Loherene was listed there in 1180. It is derived from the Old French 'le Lohereng,' meaning 'the man from Lorraine.' Other records show the fief of Lauraine, Normandy 1180-95."

This Lawrie topic was, in my mind, totally disconnected with the topic above on the roses with stems, and yet see the white roses with stems in the Arms of Bar-le-Duc. I looked up Bar-le-Duc after seeing the tail of a fish in the English Lawer Crest, and because it gave me the suspicion that Bar-le-Duc was in Lorraine and therefore related to the Lawries.

Sure enough, Bar-le-Duc was found to be in Lorraine, meaning that the Lawer fish tail comes from the city of Bar in Montenegro, very near to Budva/Butua. Bar is where I had traced Bar-le-Duc, though according to Wikipedia it also traces to the Baar surname from western Germany's house of Brunswick and Este. You may have read where the Est/East Coat uses the same horse head as the estoile-using Butes/Butts. You get it: the house of Este was linked both to Budva and to Bar.

Budva is in the HERZegovina theater that I trace to Herefordshire where the Hrods>Rodes' were first found who use the Roquefeuil trefoil and are suspect as the infamous Herods.

I can now add that the house of Este (not to re-mention the Barr surname, uses a white (on blue) eagle, same color as the Lorraine eagle. The Piast eagle was white on red too, the colors of the Lorraine eagle. The Piasts (of Goplo) were traced to Pepinid Merovingians who formed the Carolingian dynasty, and it just so happens that Lorraine was originally, Lotheringia, named after Lothar of the Carolingian bloodline.

Let's not forget Tolkien's Lorien character, "Master of the Spirits," and husband of Este!!! PLUS, the other Master of the Spirits, Mandos, was given a wife, Vaire the Weaver, and then the Weaver motto shows "Este"!!! We have the ammunition to destroy Tolkien, my fellow elves. Shoot all your spit at the liar, the clever fool, the illuminated traitor of the world of good.

We read from Tolkien: "[Este] sleeps at day on the island in the Lake Lorellin." There is a Lorell/Lauer surname first found in Languedoc.

I was going to ask, by what Esau-incidence is it that Lothar(ingia) smacks of the merger between Esau-ites and Lotan, but decided not to include the question...until a minute later when loading the ancient map of Gaul. I wanted to pinpoint Lorraine to see whether there were any tribal names that evoke Edomites, Herod-ites or Valer-ites. And there on the map smack at Lorraine are the USIpites. Just saying.

AHA! After just saying, I had the inkling that the Tolkien tree topic, which included the True surname, linked to the Treveri shown to the south side of the USipites. The Treveri are, I think, still in Lorraine. By this time I had seen that the Lorraine eagles, and the scallops of the Lorrens (of Provence, Daphne=laurel theater), were both white on red, the colors of the Traby/Sadowski Coat (I had traced Polish Trabys to the Trevor surname). THE SWEETER POINT IS, entering "True" brings up, not only the True surname but the German Secrest/Zecrest/Sachreiss Coat showing no True-like variations. I had been to that page before, but this time it was no longer a riddle, for I had just seen the SUGambi smack beside the Usipites!!!

Waiting for surnames to load to discover such things is far more fun than turning up lemons on a slot machine, not that I've ever stepped foot into a casino. To the south side of the Sugambi are the Ubii that I think were MaccaBEE important, and to the south of the Ubii a ways are the Helvetica, suspect as Tolkien's elves. Gaul was founded by various tribes (probably major) of Greeks. I view Gaul as Tolkien's "Middle Earth." However, the Middle/Midler surname uses the same fesse type as the Masters and Mands/Manns. Middles/Midlers must use the Talbot Shield because both surnames were first found in Shropshire.

Note the MEDiomatrici beside the Treveri. It tends to give the impression of linking to the Middles/Midlers. Might the Mediomatrici have been the Medusa Gorgons, or a major part of the BaphoMET cult? Entering "Medes" brings up the pelicans-on-nest of the Meads, and entering "Medus" brings up the pelicans-on-nest of the Meadows/Meddus clan. Wasn't the pelican-on-nest traced suggestively to mythical Nestor of Pylos and therefore to the Pilate bloodline? Don't we expect the Valerius bloodline in this stretch from Lorraine to Provence, and wasn't this the origin of Tolkien's Valars?

In the 5th update of September, it was found that "virtus"=valor looked like code for the Valerius bloodline. We now find that the Meadows/Meddus motto, "Mea dos virtus." Clearly, the Meadows/Meddus Coat is a version of the Wayne Coat, itself a version of the Arthur Coat. It's my impression that Waynes and Vanes/Veyns were Arthur's wife.

Admittedly, the Valery-like surnames do not readily evoke Coats used by Arthur and Arthur-like lines. However, I've yet to do that comparison to see whether Arthurians were in fact Herods. The better I can nail down the Herod lines, the better that investigation. I do tend to trace Arthurs to Redone=Araeda Rus.

If "Tolkien" traces to "Telchine," then we'd expect Tolkiens to have been a Redone peoples, and the Herods really do come to mind because we'd expect them in the Rosicrucian Illuminati. I didn't expect them there before, but as per the many clues of Pilate, Maccabee, Pharisee, and Valerius lines recently, there have got to be Herods in this picture. The more solid the groundwork for tracing all of these entities, the more accurate the final product.

I realize how boring it can get to follow the repetition that I need to include to make points, otherwise readers would only scratch their heads even more than they already do. Follow here. Very interestingly, the white-eagle Barrs were first in AYRSHIRE, the same general area that the Pilate-based Callus/Cole/Aul surname was first found that traced to Gallus Anonymous, the one whose works traced Piasts to Goplo (in the last update, Pilate was traced also to Gopla). It just so happens that the Barr and Est eagle is in the colors of the Pilate pheons, and of the Bar-le-Duc fish, and of the Keon fish that I traced to the white-on-blue Saraca fish, to which also the Bar fish were traced. Saracas were from Kotor smack beside Budva/Butua. AYRSHIRE is smack beside Bute!!! WOW! But who can hold and remember all of the many traces of the Pilate bloodline? That's my job, and where my brain is too small, the Master of the Spirits just puts a word in my head at the proper time.

If that's not enough, I had traced the Lorraine surname to Fife, smack beside Perthshire where Pontius Pilate was reportedly born. The Lorraine lion, green on gold, is in colors reversed to the Morgan/Morgaine lion, while the Lorraine Coat is in Fife-surname colors, and Fifes use the same Shield as Vivians/Veys said to derive in the idea of "revival." Plus, the Phyfe variation was traced to Pavia/Papia, where also the Herman-Cain crew were traced.

One of the surnames associated with Antioch and/or Herman Cain (discussed in the last update) was Laner, and now I find that the Lorraine Shield is also the Irish Lane Shield! The same red bend is used in the Scottish Lawer Coat, and it uses roosters too, the symbol that had been found in the Goplo elements...that likewise traced to Pavia/Papia because it was a mythical Popiel that was at Gopla before the Piasts took over his mouse kingdom.

The Scottish Lawers use a "Compositum" motto term, and it just so happens that entering "Comp" brings up the same Tolkien-related Camp surname that came up with "Chop," suggesting the possibility that "Chop" links to "Goplo." As Camps are in Campbell colors, perhaps the 'l' in Goplo was from a Campbell variation.

I had traced "CampBell" to Campania (Italy) because there was an Abellinum location there. It was later Avellino, as it is today, and that term was traced to Avalon=Bute, smack next to where Campbells were first found. There is an Avallon in France near the borders of Lorraine, and moreover, as the Arthurian peoples on Avalon were Muses, so we find the Meuse and Moselle ("little Meuse") rivers in Lorraine's Bar-le-Duc location. In case you didn't understand my trace of the Lorraine surname to the Vivians/Fey, the chief Arthurian Muse entity on Avalon was Morgan-le-Fey. We thereby know who the peoples of Avalon were, the namers of the Mass/Meuse river, and certain entities of Lorraine.

The Arms of Meuse use the Bar fish in the colors of the bars of Brunswick / Este. I trace "Brunswick" to "Bryneich" of the bear-depicted B(o)ernicians, and Bernicians I trace to the Zahringers of Baden and bear-depicted Berne, and then the Lorraine and Lane Shields are both the Arms of Baden. The, in the write-up of the Lawers using the same red bend as the Arms of Baden: "The name Lawer comes from the Boernician Scottish-English border region."

On this map of Lucania, one can see Abellinum at the top left. Smack next to it we see "Compsa," which itself is much like "Compositum," the Lawer motto term. There to the south of Compsa is mount Alburnus, smacking of "Caliburnus," the Welsh version of the Excalibur sword. THEN WOOSH, between Compsa and Alburnus is Numistro, what should be Tolkien's Numenor code for an entity on Arran, the island beside Bute.

The Lawer motto, "Be Ready," could be code for the bear line and/or Bars. The Berret/Barrat write-up: "In Munster, the Gaelic form of the surname Berret is Baroid, while in Connacht, the Gaelic form is Baireid." This is the Lawer surname using a fish tail in Crest, wherefore linkage to Bars makes sense. As per the Barrets. by what coincidences are they that Berts use a green garland, symbol inside the Lawrie grail, and bugles, symbol of the Barrs. The Barrs who use bugles show a split Shield, and we are seeing quite a few split Shields in this very discussion, starting with the Lawries. The Bert Crest: "An arm emerging from a cloud holding a garland of laurel"!!!

You will note that the laurel and garland in the Lawrie grail cup is daphnitely in the Roman style.

I recall tracing the lions in the canton of the English Lanes to the lions of the Irish Brian, who were linked to Barrs because, for one, English Brians likewise use bugles. The latter Brians use piles in colors reversed to the Pile piles! The Bars, Berts, Berrets, and Brians now become suspect as the Pilate line, and this is not only capable of tracing Pilate line to the Durance river (i.e. where Briancon was situated and where Salyes lived), but it makes the Bernicians suspect as giving birth to Pontius Pilate. I just feel it in my bones, but unfortunately I don't know who the Bernicians were in the time of Pontius Pilate.

You'll note an arm from a cloud in the Brian Crest, if that helps to make the Brain link to Bar-related Berts and "Be-Ready" Lawers. It just so happens that the Irish-Alternative Brians use the same lion (Mackesy-lion style), in the same colors, as the Lane lion.

WATCH THE MAGIC. The above gives the distinct impression that Bars of Brunswicks could have been something like, "Barnicia," reminding me of the Irish Cohens that show BARNICle variations. Not only does the Cohen/Kyne/Koin/Barnicle Crest show a sea horse, symbol of the Arms of Budva/Butua (i.e. near Bar), but WOW there are two white-on-blue (Bar-fish colors) PHEONS, the colors of the Pilate pheons!!! And the magic is not over yet.

The BarniCALL variation is now link-able to the Callus/Cole/Aul surname (shown properly as "Call/Aul") using the Pilate pheon in colors reversed. That's a minor point and can afford being wrong. The major point needs another at the Lucania map. See south of Alburnus for the CALor river and then further south the Velia/Elia location at the mouth of the Hales. Surely the Galli / (C)Halybes of the Halys river settled there, giving cause for the name of CALabria to the west of Lucania.

After seeing these things, I expected the Callus/Cole bloodline of Pilate to trace to this area. Entering "Calor" (split Shield), the same bull design as per the Cole Coat came up!!! (Julie, who has nudged me toward the Borgia surname, might like to know that the Calor bull is the Spanish Borgia bull). The Calor Crest is "A sheaf of arrows entwined with a serpent." The Kyles use an anchor entwined with a serpent, and, not forgetting that Callus'/Coles were first found beside the Kyles of Ayrshire, LOOK AT THE COLES CREST WRITE-UP: A Snake circling a marble pillar. When one is expecting Pilate elements only to find a pillar, it can't be coincidental.

Remember, a coiled serpent was the symbol of the Galli transvestite priests of the Kabeiri (Hebrew) cult, and then we see Eburum smack beside mount Alburnus. What kind of priests were these that are tracing to the Laevi? As we are now tracing Ayrshire elements to the Eburum and Hales theater, what about that Prestwick location smack beside Ayr of Ayrshire?

Who else used a pillar? The Netterfields. AND, the Netterfield Coat is exactly the Kelt Coat, the latter surname first found in CALLander of PERTHSHIRE, and then the Pilate-related Celts/Cults (pheon in the color of the Callus/Cole pheon) were also first found in Perthshire.

If you're convinced that Kyles and Coles were Piasts, then do trace Pontius Pilate to Piasts via involvement with the Kyles and Coles. Did we just trace the Chops/Camps to Goplo? The Campbells were first found in Argyllshire, where the Callus/Coles' were first found, giving more reason for a Pilate trace to the Goplo bloodline.

The Barnicles are also "BarnicKELL, which reminded of the Kell/Keld surname using the red stars of the Kyles...and Callus'/Coles, and of the Kelt-related Sherwoods. What's interesting about the Kell/Keld Shield is its green chevron and Mackesy / Mackie lion, symbols in my current opinion of Maccabee lines. The Kell/Keld lion is in colors reversed to the same lion of the Irish Lane Coat, and then English Lanes were the ones found (in the last update) using the Fuller horse. We had just traced Fullers to Valerius elements.

The Lane write-up sounded strange: "Most likely from the Gaelic name Ó Dubhshláine, comprised of "dubh" and "slán," meaning black and challenge." It was the challenge term that caught my eye as strange i.e. as code. I saw that write-up moments after writing the above on Callander, and coming back to it, sure enough it was seen that I had already linked Kells/Kelds of Callander to Irish Lanes, the very ones using the "challenge" code. There is even a Challenge surname.

To help prove that the Celt-like surname trace to Khaldi of the Halybes, here's the Kell/Keld write-up: "...the surname Kell is also occasionally derived from the Old Norse word ketill, which means cauldron and sometimes refers to such an object used in sacrificial rites." To me this is code for the Khaldi, for years ago there was a bright moment when it occurred to me that Khaldi metal makers were named after cauldrons of molten metal.

For that reason, I traced "cauldon" also to "Chaldee," the Hebrew sector of Babylon (where the (C)Habur river met the Euphrates giving birth to Aphrodite/Kypris, the copper-making cult married to the mythical metal smith). In Zechariah, we find a prophecy using a woman of Babylon stuffed inside a pot. Might the Hebrew for that pot also mean, "cauldron"?

The Cauleys are the ones with a "Callide" motto term that I trace to the Khaldi>Caledonians. Scottish Cauleys use a "PeriCULUM" motto term that I'd identify with the Callams/Malcolms (blue-on-white saltire, colors reversed to Scottish-flag saltire). The Callam/Malcolm saltire is uses by the French (Brittany) Brian Coat, "ancestors of the present British Royal Family." The three Brian lions that are the symbol of England are half in gold, half in silver, and I was convinced by this and other factors that the Brian (and Bryce) lion represented the metal-making Halybes/Khaldi. Again.

Again, English Lanes (split Shield) use the three Brian lions, and Lanes were just linked to the very Kells/Kelds that use a cauldron term in their write-up.

The Lanes using the Brian lions are the ones using the Fuller horse. We saw above that Fullers were likely the Roquefeuils, who had merged with the Rodes' of Languedoc...that I now suspect as Herods just because Fullers look like the line of Valerius Gratus. I'm not versed in Herod affairs so that I don't know at the moment who it was that gave Herods power in Judea. It may very well have been the line of Valerius. Remember too that Valeria in the Rome theater was beside the HERcinians/HERnici. It suggests to me that Herods were named after peoples carrying the name of the city/region of Rodez, and the trace of Russells to that area is therefore Herod-suspect because Russells are thought to be one of the 13 Illuminati families that run the world.

Where the end-time anti-Christ traces Biblically to ancient Rome, how much sense does it make that the very Romans (and their agents) in charge of Judea during Jesus' lifetime were the mainline anti-Christ line to the end times? It's logical to assume that the anti-Christ -- the man -- will not be a lone wolf, but part of a massive organization of fellow rotten-ites. Recall the one Herod, on the last day of Jesus' earthly life, gave his purple robe for Jesus to wear, in mockery. And the soldiers struck Him with their fists after putting the robe on his shoulders. Were Herods the purple to the purple Revelation beast? Aren't the Redones the Rosicrucians?

I had shown the other Hernici peoples beside Ardea, and in fact those Hernici were yet closer to LANuvium!!! Yes, it works, the Lanes were from Lanuvium (now Lanuvio), and it just so happens that LANarkshire is beside the Ayrshire theater. Lanes entered the discussion today as per the Laner surname that is/was a leader in Herman Cain's Antioch Atlanta, Georgia. It just so happens that I trace Khaldi to Calydon, where there was a mythical queen Atalanta, wife of Meleager, elements of which I trace to the Argyllshire region, i.e. where the Callus/Cole/Aul surname was first found.

Even the Lanark surname was first found in Argyllshire. And it used a red-on-white Shield and red-on-white heart, the initial/mainline colors of the Redones (we may assume), and then the heart symbol is suspect as a Herod code.

As Lanes have just been found linked to Lawries, let me then remind that one with a Lawrie surname is an advisor (or perhaps creator) to Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax plan. The fish tail in the Lawer Crest is not quite of the design in the Cain or Kane Coats, but for the time being, one could equate them to some degree.

One Cain Coat, the one with fish, traces the surname to "Cathain," and I think this is correct because the other Cain Coat uses a bend in the colors of the Chattans and Chatans. However, I do not view "Cathain" as the original term that named the Cains. Rather, I trace Cains to the sons of "Khyan," whose tribes parked themselves for a time in Cilicia as the Cati and others. Therefore, the Chattans were a Khyan bloodline, and are expected in such clans as Cains...who use Keon fish design. Note that both Keons and Cains use the arm-and-sword, a symbol traced in the last update to Goplo.

The Tolkien-related Chops are now suspect as Goplo elements, and so here's a description of their Crest: "A griffin's head holding a branch of laurel." That's no laurincidence. For the Shops are also Shaws, and Shaws -- first found in Perthshire -- also use grail cups. Remember, Lawers use a rooster, symbol of Koppels and Galls/Gallus', and then the Lawer bend is "engrailed." "Gall" also brings up the Callus/Cole clan first found in Argyllshire, and it just so happens that the Chops are the Camps who trace to Campbells of Argyllshire. This is Gallus Anonymous all over, and his Mouse line...which no doubt included the Meuse region of the Bars/Baars.

The Lorrings/Lorins use the same engrailed bend, on white too, as the Lawers. This was found late, and good thing too, for we read: "First found in Bedfordshire, where Albert de Lorraine (Lothariensis) was listed as a Baron in this county and Hereford in 1086."

The red fesse in the Lander/Landes Coat looks related because Landers were likewise first found in Bedfordshire, and then there is further cause for a Lander/Landes link to, or equation with, Lorraines because the Lanar/Lennare surname shows Lant terms as well as "Lainez." Moreover, like the Lorraines, the Lanars/Lainez' use white eagles (on blue, as with the Estes and Barrs), the color of the Lorraine eagles, and were first found in Champagne, beside Lorraine. The Lander write-up: "...Almaric de Landres held lands in Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire in the 13th century. He originated in Burgundy, France with the spelling Landres which is also a commune today in Lorraine." This is an example of how two terms that don't seem capable of tracing to the same root/entity can, upon merger, share one another's syllables in one and the same forthcoming clan.

The "Jewish" Landers use the Arms of Burgundy (diagonal bars) in red and white, which are the other colors of the Arms of Burgundy. I've seen many pertinent Coats (e.g. Merits/Merrys, Ectors, Danish Bauers) using the red-and-white bars but until now didn't have (or didn't record in my head) solid evidence of their trace to the Arms of Burgundy. German Landers use roosters, as do Lawers. It could suggest that Landons, the ancestry of the Pepinids, were of Landers-and-Lorraine elements. Or, vice versa: Pepinids were the Landers who merged with Lorraines.

That little detail concerning the Lawer link to Landers speaks to me of the Lavers/Laufers/Lauvers, who look like Luffs/Loves and therefore like Louvains...the latter from Belgium, where the Landons lived. In fact, the Louvains settled Kent, and just now I entered Land to find a clan first found in Kent. If that's not enough, the Land Coat is the Campbell Coat, meaningful where both Campbells and Lanarks were first found in Argyllshire.

If I recall correctly, I once dealt with a Laver-like location / surname in an investigation on Luton, Bedfordshire. I wasn't going to mention, for lack of evidence, that Lutons could link to Lathums (introduced below). But there's a good reason for a mention now, because the Lennans/Lannans/Leonards use a "stirpe" motto term while the Italian Latin/Latoni surname uses "stirrups." It seems that Lennons/Leonards link to Lorrings and Landers, both first found in Bedfordshire, and that suggests that we are tracing Latins to Luton.

It then suggests that Bedford was named after the Botters=Butteri of Latin regions, especially as the black-on-white saltire of the English Lat(t)ins has already been traced to Butteri. The Lan(d)-like surnames then look like elements of Lanuvium in the Latin side of Rome. Founded by DioMEDES of Argos, we assume Danaans were in Lanuvium, and that finally has me saying what was hesitating, that Landers / Landons were from Lindos, Rhodes, a Danaan city before Danaans ruled at Argos. And, as we are seeing traces of Lands to Argyllshire, where Herod-suspect Lanarks were first found, what about my old suspicion that "Atlanta" is a Lindos term?

What about my trace of "Atlas" (son of Poseidon), the founder of Atlantis, to the "Attaleia" version of Antalya (in Pisidia, near Rhodes), and then to Aetolia smack beside Calydon, where mythical Atalanta was queen??? What about a trace of "Aetolia" to "Atalia," if that helps to trace Atlantis to initial Italians proper? Couldn't that suggest that Lanuvium was named after Atlantis elements? Italian Lanes (just a single besant) use a Lanata variation that could apply, and then they also show "Lanaro" that could link to Lanark Atlanteans. I recall now the trace of the Lancca variation of Italian Lanes to Lancashire. And that place uses red roses, a symbol trace-able to Rhodes (i.e. to Atlanteans of Lindos). It fits. It suggests that Lancashire is an Atlantean region.

LOOK! The Atlas mountains in Africa (beside Carthage, facing Italy) were linked by old myth writers to Hesperides, and the Ladon dragon there definitely traces to Latins. Spaldings were recently found to be Hesperides elements, and only after that did I discover the "hinc" motto term of Spaldings linked to the Italian Latin/LATONi surname because it uses the same red-on-gold saltire as the Hink Coat. Therefore, the Latins were Atlanteans, and Lanuvium should apply.

Then, as Lanuvium was beside Ardea, what about that suspected trace of Herods from "R(h)odes" to the "Arthur" term and/or king-Arthur cult? Or, what about Herods in the Rhodes surname of Lindsey, now called Lincolnshire? Spaldings (split Shield) were first found in Lincolnshire! By what happenstance could Herods have been fundamental to Atlantis, and therefore to Ladon, the Biblical dragon?

I've just learned that the house of Baar was linked to Lathars: "...lords of Baar and Lathum might have belonged to the same family (Van R(h)eden), or Lathum was ceded to a member of a younger line of the house of Baar ..." (brackets not mine). Aside from the similarity between "R(h)eden" and the "Be ready" motto of the fish-using Lawers (Lancashire!), there's a Lathum surname using "plates" in the colors of the Pilate pheons!!! Baars have already been traced to Pilates.

Lawers are in red-on-white, the assumed Rhodes colors, and they are said to be Bernicians, who I classify as Varangian Rus. You see, Lorraines must have been Rhodians too. When Hercules rode the ship of Helios to mythical Erytheia, the land of Ladon's apples, the ship was shaped as a cup, meaning that back in those days, the writer thought that Helios, god of Rhodes, was the grail cult. Therefore, the grail cult can be found in Danaans from Rhodes, and therefore in Danish Rus. The grail traces back to the Cati of Adana too, and probably to Scythians who wore human skulls on their belts as big-shot trophies of the damned. Suck skulls were turned into drinking cups by the big-shot disgustings. When Hercules was given a son, Scythes, by a snake woman, it means that he was a disgusting part of humanity. Just like the vikings, or the hardcore motorcylce gangs.

The Lathums were, as with the Plate surname, first found in Lancashire! It means that, indeed, Lancaster looks like a Rhodian location, even as Lathums are said to be R(H)edens.

German Plates/Blattens use a swan in Crest, as does the Ready/Reddys the colors of the Pilate pheons! Readys/Reddys were first found in Angus, close enough to the expected mother of Pilate in Perthshire. Possibly, the "Ready aye ready" motto could be code for Ayrshire elements. How much sense does it make that those involved in the murder of Jesus should have been Atlanteans? NASA called one of it's shuttle crafts after Atlantis, and NASA's purpose in space has been to murder God, so to speak, by "finding" evidence of alien life.

JOKE. The Lathum write-up traces to a "barn," but we in the cockpit know better. It's code for Bars and Barnicles. Throw the bums out without a parachute. Liars, lying to us about where they trace themselves. How much of history written by them is full of barnyard manure? What are those gaping holes I see in the side of the barn? Things not told to us that could have been. History teachers are made to repeat lies to their students, and teacher passes on lies to teacher. By the end times, there is no truth anywhere. Even 2000 years ago, Pilate asked Jesus, "What is truth?" He couldn't accept the Truth staring him in the face that moment, because he had a misguided spirit, God not in it.

I remember at 10 years old, playing potsies. The trick was to get my marble into a pot=hole before the other players and so take the marbles of all the losers. Or, it one could hit a marble of the other, one could take it. It was for keeps, real marble ownership. The guy walking down the street with a big bag of marbles, he had something to be proud of. One day I prayed, to the effect, Lord, I'm trusting in you to hit that marble. It was a long shot, and I was testing to see whether He was in my life. Marbles are small, and I was flicking it with the thumb, not throwing it. I let it go.

Smack! Bang on dead center! A little half-inch marble. It was a happy miracle...because God appreciated a 10-year old wanting to know whether He exists. There are 50 years olds, like Pilate, too daft to even ask, too self-interested to even want to know. I know, I had my own self-interests as a child, and forsook God too. I can call anyone a jerk for that behavior, because I was one.

What does His wanting to be known say about the only God we have a choice over? What if it were the other way around, a one and only God who didn't want to be know by his creation? What if God was a motorcylce gangster? What if he were evil, always taking and never giving, always thinking of himself? How glad should we be that He took the measure of dying on our own behalf, when we didn't deserve it because we were more like the gangsters than like Himself? Shouldn't we rejoice in that the universe will ultimately go into His care?

It was interesting that "Pelt" brought up a red-Shielded clan having apparent linkage to Lincolnshire. The write-up traces to "pellis" as a term for skinning hides. It comes to mind that I traced the golden fleece bloodline, a symbol for a sheep-shearing peoples, to PELops. Moreover, it was APOLLo, who I think was also Pelops, that skinned the Marsyas goat alive. One can't get more Atlantean than Pelops if I'm correct in tracing his father (Tantalus) to "Antalya" of the PISidians. And I think I am correct.

Didn't the Mars line from Marsyas merge with wolf-line Latins of the Leto>Apollo cult in forming the Romans?

If correct to trace Pelts to Pelops, then Pelts should also trace to Pylos. That's because Pelops ended up in Pisa, essentially beside Pylos, and there was even another Pylos in Pisa. If it's true that Pelops leads Pylos and therefore to the Pelt surname, shouldn't we expect a pelican-on-nest as part of the Pelt clan, in honor of Nestor of Pylos? Amazingly, entering the "pellis" term found in the Pelt write-up brings up a pelican...albeit without the nest this time. That tends to prove that the pelican-on-nest is code for Nestor lines. In fact, that discovery was made as per the Dutch Ness/Nestor surname, and the pelts happen to be a Dutch clan too.

The Pells/Pelles' that use pelicans were first found in Lincolnshire, where also the Skinners were first found. Pells/Pelles' are said to be Flemings, who were mainline Templars and therefore expected to have been a Rus peoples. My investigations revealed Tolkien as a secret writer on Rus lines, and then Skinners use the Tolkien griffin heads.

Entering "Hide," a term in both the Pelt and Skinner write-ups, shows a clan first found in Bedfordshire (now suspect as founded by Butteri-branch Latins, cowboys/ranchers expected to have been sheep shearers too). It was found shortly above that Landers and related Lorrings were first found in Bedfordshire, suggesting that Atlanteans were heavily settled in Bedford. Hides/Hydes use lozenges (as do Lanars), and then I've traced "lozenge" to the idea of "Loden" and/or the Laz...who I had previously identified as the golden-fleece line (Lydians) of Pelops. Remember, Luton is in Bedford, and it was traced above to Butteri-branch Latins.

The reason for entering "Pelt" was to seek other Pilate bloodlines. It looked very good when Pelts traced to Nestor of Pylos. BUT NOW, entering "Bede" only after the paragraph above, what turns up but acorns, the symbol of the Pelts!!! It suggests that Hides/Hydes, and other fleece liners of Bedford, were indeed linked to Pelts and therefore to the Pilate bloodline. Bedes not only use a chevron in the colors of the Hide/Hyde chevron, but black roundels...i.e. Plates!!!

Remember, the Lorraines use the Arms of Baden, wherefore Baden, Bedes and Bedford are all starting to look like Butteri Latins. But then Pelts, Skinners and Nestors were Dutch, and Holland is where the Batavi lived whom I do think apply here. The Batavi were traced to proto-Merovingians as mythical Merops of Kos (it was a very solid trace), an island beside Rhodes that is suspect as the Esau-Lotan line...that made Rhodes red in the first place. Even the grail-using Lawries were first found in DUMfries, which is where the Kilpatrick-branch Butteri were first found. I trace "Butteri" ultimately to BOZRah, the Edomite city ruled by Esau.

WOW, after writing the paragraph above, "Bat" was entered to find an engrailed saltire in the colors of the Kilpatrick saltire, and Bats were first found in Rutland (beside Lincolnshire), which reminded me of the Lawrie Crest: the same tree stump as per the Rod(h)am Crest, which surname I had traced to Rutland! If that's not enough, I traced "Rutland" to the Rutili beside Ardea in the land of the Latins and Butteri!!!

It suggests that Bats were Butteri too, which conclusion was made by other methods. If it's correct to trace Butteri to the capital city of Esau, then we might view the end-time Baathists as Esau-ites. Doesn't it make sense that the one hated by God should ally to the anti-Christ on the day of Israel's great tribulation? And that explains why the anti-Christ will be tossed into a perpetual lake of fire in Edom. So says Ezekiel 39, as well as in Revelation 20 in conjunction with Isaiah's prophecy on end-time Edom, where he says that it's fire will not go out.

The Bat bat is in the Randolph Crest. It's simply amazing that Obama traces to Randolphs, that his vice-president is a globalist Bat-line Biden/Button who link to Badens/Battens, and that his foreign minister is a Rodham. Again, Badens/Battens were first found in Somerset, where the Bath/Athas were first found who use the white-on-red cross of the Randolphs. Lawers use the same cross type in colors reversed, and their fish tail has already been traced to the Butteri elements out of Budva/Butua. This conclusion is not very old, coming after I had already suspected, judging by the movements of certain world events, that Obama would become the False Prophet. However, I don't think he can be. But I think that he is daphnitely part of the Illuminati that will raise the False Prophet...shortly.

I recall tracing the "Laidir" motto term of Kilpatricks to Law-using surnames, especially to Latters/Lawties (piles) of Ayrshire, derived from an early "Laithis" variation. Scottish Lawers are shown properly as "Law(es)." It seems all Latin and Butteri to me, the Esau-Lotan line.

I just looked at the Tim surname because (according to Genesis) Esau's son married Timna, sister of Lotan. The write-up says that Timms/Times were not from "Timothy." Amazingly, there's a goat in Crest, a symbol that I trace to Seir of Edom. Lotan was a Seir-ian. Moreover, when I saw the Time variation, I recalled tracing Kilpatricks to the "Deum Time" motto of the Moray Coat no longer shown by The Moray Coat now shown shows Melusine in Crest, a symbol also of the Massins/Masons of Kent, which I say because the Timms/Times were first found in Kent, and use the Massin/Mason colors!!! Exceptional break, and to help prove the link, the Timm/Times symbol are fleur in the colors of the Masci fleur.

What does it mean? That the Timms/Times were indeed the representation of the "Deum Time" motto, and the Deum term is therefore highly suspect as code for the Seir Edomites from Timna!!! Wow, the very heart of Freemasonry honors the Timna line, perhaps even more than it honors the Esau line. The Timm/Times write-up: "It is derived from the Old English personal name Tima or the Old German forename Thiemmo."

LISTEN. Republicans honor the elephant, i.e. the line of Eliphas, son of Esau and husband of Timnah. Democrats honor the donkey, symbol of Samson at Timnah, where he used a donkey's jaw as symbol. A majority of Republicans are now no longer in favor of the UN, and have proposed a de-funding of the UN now that the UN has become largely anti-West. But Hillary and Obama plan to veto the Republican bill to de-fund the UN. That is, Democrats are in favor of the UN, even when the UN is largely anti-Israel. Which of the two political parties -- both Edomite-loving -- is more likely to furnish the globalist False Prophet? Then again, we should watch to see whether the Republican front runners have globalist mindsets, and whether they too trace to these Edomite lines now under discussion. We have already seem Lanes and Lawries in the camp of Herman Cane, and his 9-9-9 tax plan is by the Lawrie surname. Yikes!

Is Herman Cain the resurrection of pharaoh Khyan, with Edomite blood to boot? Will his Christianity make him the lamb-like False Prophet? God forgive for asking the question if this is not even remotely true. Watch, just watch, in case it happens.

Mitt Romney easily traces to Romans, and the Romney Shield is the Pullen Coat while the latter uses a pelican without nest. Pullens even uses a "pallescere" motto term smacking of the "pellis" term in the Pelt write-up. In fact, the Pell/Pelles pelican is exactly the Pullen pelican design. Pelts are also "Peltzer," evoking the Pulitzers.

Uh-oh. Romneys were first found in Kent, as with the Timms/Times. The Romney bend is, likely, the Botter bend. The Timm/Times chevron has the look of the Shield of the Latin-suspect Lathums, where the Shield meets the Chief, wherein there are plates. The Lathum Shield is in the design of the Acorn Shield , mentioned due to the acorns in the Pelt Coat. The Acorns use "a red human heart," potential there as a Herod line.

As I traced Herods earlier in this update to Hereford, and then confidently traced Hereford weeks ago to Herzegovina, where the fish symbol originated, how is it that both the Fishers and Heres use the same Shield as the Pilate-suspect Lathums and Herod-suspect Acorns?? Okay? You see? I'm sane after all. Remember, Lathums are said to be from "a barn," code for Baar/Barr elements from Bar near Budva/Butua (Herzegovina theater).

The Lathum Shield is nearly the English Randolph and Dunham Shields, a version themselves of the BUTler Shield, and Butlers (suspect as pelican-using Stewarts) use grail cups besides. That could be a pelican in the Butler Crest. (The McRichard variation of Butlers leads to Richards, first found in Brittany).

NOW BEHOLD. The Brittany Richards use Moray stars and "Aimer" for the entire motto, while English Richards use "amore" as code for their Moray links. The Douglas' of Moray elements use a red heart, and then the German (Bavaria) Richards also use a (white) heart in Crest, and a black goat in the Coat that is heavily suspect as the Baphomet goat, even the Lotan>Timna line of Seir-ians. Didn't we just trace the Lotan-Timna line to Tiims/Times and therefore to the "Deum time" motto of one Moray Coat??? Therefore, as Herods were Edomites, the heart symbol is more-than-ever suspect as a Herod code.

You HEARD it first right HERE. Look at those red hearts in the Herd/Heard Coat.

Both Acorns and Richards use their hearts between wings. Whose crown is upon the Acorn heart, we would like to know. Acorns (or "Alchorns") were first found in Sussex, beside Kent, if that helps to link them to Timm/Time branches of Esau-ites. Specifically, Acorns/Alchorns were from Rotherfield of Sussex, and then entering "Rother" or "Ruth" curiously brings up a third Randolph Coat (a little like the Rodham Coat). This other Randolph/Rother surname was first found in Moray, and is obviously related to the Randolphs of Moray, the ones with bat in Crest linking to Bat-branch Butteri, more Esau-ites.

But then the Rodhams were Redones, right? Yes, the same peoples that Herods were form. I do declare, this rooster sees Herods in Moray, and I'm crowing about it.

Remember, Bedes use Acorns, and where first found in Brittany, where grail-using Butlers were first found who use the English-Randolph Coat. Dunhams using the same Coat are suspect as Danes, the holy-grail bloodline from Danaans of Rhodes The Bedford surname, from Bedfordshire and suspect as Butteri-line Esau-ites, was first found in HERTfordshire. Herodincidence? Entering "Hert" brings up Harts first found in Bavaria, where heart-using Richards=Butlers were first found who use the black goat tracing to Seir-ians.

The Herts/Harts use the RED MacCarhty/Arthy stag, new suggesting that Herods do indeed trace to RED-Shielded Arthurs (pelican-on-nest). Recall that the Kissanes also use the MacCarthy stag, and that Kissanes (and Kissingers) were linked (last update) to mythical "ChosCIS(ko)," father of Piast the Wheelwright (symbol of the Mieszko Poles). I haven't yet identified the "Chos" portion of that term, but Kos beside Rhodes is making good sense. (A chief Edomite owl cult was "Kos/Kaus"). It makes sense because I had traced "Piast," years ago (i.e. before I reflected on Choscisko only as per the last update), to Pisidians. Kos was either in or beside Pisidia.

The Kissanes et-al should NOT trace to "Kos" because I think they trace to Catti instead. However, Catti were in Kos-like Hesse. Catti were a fellow tribe with Batavians -- the latter now identified as Esau-ites -- and Keith Catti were developed in Lotan-like Musselburgh that I trace both to the Muskerry location of MacCarthys, and to the Mus of Lake Van. Now is the time to repeat that I suspected the Mus of Van in Boscath (Hebron), what I imagine as a settlement of Esau's Bozrah elements as they evolved into the Cadmus Cati. This was the red grail cult to Kos and Rhodes.

I've already mentioned that Scottish Herts are in Herod/Hurl colors and use the Pollock saltire. This traces Herods to Poland...with the Pilates. I do not think that my trace of Pilates to Poland was a confusion with Poles, but rather I think that both Poles and Pilates trace to Pylos. Although the pelican-on-nest traces to Nestor, the pelican itself is traced (by me) to the PULCipher/Pulsipher/Polesdon surname, the surname that co-founded areas of Wayne county (Michigan), including Romulus, with pelican-using and Romney-Shielded Pullens.

The last time that topic was relayed, I neglected to add that "Michigan" smacks of the Miecislaw variation of "Mieszko."

The Wayne pelican is on a nest. The Wayne motto term, "Tempes," is translated ,"Time," suggesting that (Macey- and Vane-related ) Waynes, who I trace to Mus elements of Lake Van, were linked to the Timms/Times = Timna-Lotan line.

Not even an Egyptian warlock could make such appearances of factual, real history. Who were the Biblical magicians who turned pharaoh's staff to snakes? Wasn't that pharaoh Khyan, of the proto-Massey bloodline, from Mus of Lake Van? Isn't it true that "'mushus" meant "snake/dragon" to the TamMUZ / DuMUZI Sumerians?

Why is it that when we enter, "Maso," we get a "Tomasso" in the write-up, and a Macey Shield? Why is the latter so much like "Dumuzi/Tammuz." Why do we see Mason and Massini variations, as well as red roses? Why is the chevron white, the color of the Hebron chevron? Aren't chevrons symbol for Hebron elements, anyway? Don't Hebrons use red roses too? Are not the Masos -- and therefore the rose-using Mazzas/Mazzinis -- from the Mus elements I suspected in Boscath?

Why were the Welsh Tomassos/Thomasons first found in Cheshire, where English Maceys and Masseys were first found, and where the Masci surname also turned up? It makes one suspect that not all Thomsons were named after "Tom." Scottish Thomsons (Ayrshire), said to be from an early "Thome," use the Moray stars and a RED stag head, suggesting possibly the red stag of the Muskerry crew. Here we are supposing that Tomassos and Thomsons are from Boscath's Edomites, when we find them tracing to Morays, who use a "Deum Time" motto term linking to Tom-like Timms/Times. AND, the latter were first in Kent, where Massins/Masons were first found!!! How can it be coincidental that the clan said to derive in "Tomasso" are shown as Massinis and Masons?

It's not coincidental, wherefore Tomassos and kin trace to Timna elements. The Ayrshire Thomsons even show a Tamson variation smacking of Samson, at Timnah! Doesn't "Samson," whom I trace to the Armenian god, Sames," smack of "Tammuz."

The Thomson stag is the design of the heart-using Acorns/Alchorns. As Thomsons use the Moray stars, as do the Douglas', the crown on the Acorn heart must be the crown on the Douglas heart. But still, I don't know what king or queen it refers to. Don't we want to know where Herods made it to the Scottish and/or English throne? Why is there a James-like motto term ("Jamais") in the Douglas motto? The king James' were Stewarts of Scotland, and then took England too with James VI. Imagine that. Britain is crawling with Herods who then founded North America, the New Atlantis.

Don't tell me that the Douglas and Moray stars -- found on the American flag -- are symbols of the Herods? Whew, maybe not. They look like Pilate symbols instead. Washington is the New Rome, the Ishtar-and-Tammuz cult in our faces, even Mystery Babylon. I recall now that the Great Seal of the United Sates was proposed, using a triple chevron instead of the 13 stripes, by a Thomson surname. Here's a copy of his sketch.

LOOK! After writing that, knowing you'd be hesitant to link Washington to the Pilate line as per the Thomas stars, I entered "Comie" as per that variation found in the Thomson page, and got the Combs with this wrote-up: "The Comie surname comes from the Gaelic MacComaidh, which is in turn from MacThomaidh or MacThom. The same Gaelic names have often been Anglicized Thomson." "Anglicized" here means drastically altered from the original pagan to a Christian-friendly term. Why do I see a red heart in the Comie/Combs Coat!?!? Is it a figment of my imagination, or a trick of my magical powers? Or is that king Herod I see held up in honor?

The Comies/Combs were first found in...Perthshire. They use the Chattan-clan motto, "Touch not the cat bot a glove." It smacks of Boscath. Combs or Commes were treated in the very last update and traced to various Pilate-suspect clans. It was decided that they were named after "Cumber," and the Gomerians / Cimmerians of that entity. It just so happens that I trace "TamMUZ" (and Samson-ites) to Meshech...and their Amazon branches.

One of my confounded tasks is understanding how "Edom," the people of which trace well to Amazons, may have been at the root of "Tammuz" / "Dumuzi." In other words, could Dumuzi have been an Edom-Meshech combo that founded Dumuzi, husband of Ishtar, or does "Dumuzi" indicate the Meshech-Amazons alone? That task was already existing before I found Mus elements in Edomite-suspect Boscath. The Dumuzi problem may therefore be solved in a Edom-Mus combo.

And speaking of combos of the schizophrenic kind, have you noticed on Fox how Alan Combs comes across to be despised? He's the kind of guy (I won't call him a man) who argues not in truth, but in political spin for his own liberal agenda. The Democrat leadership is laced with these types. There is no truth to these peoples but the advancement of their own rule and power over us. The very thing that Conservative Christians despised, from the start, about Democrats, was their duplicity, their lies, their political spin, slander against us, the projection of their own sins upon us, and their refusal to include all facets of concern when arguing a controversy. Empty suits. The devil's horns for brains. Yet they have much political power over us because the Pulitzers of the world esteem them, because the encompassing liberal media was created in their own image

The Comie/Comb write-up: "The Comie surname comes from the Gaelic MacComaidh, which is in turn from MacThomaidh or MacThom." It's a good thing I copied this to this page because, in the last update, "MacThom" was mistakenly read as "MacThorn." I've since removed the Thorns from that discussion (they happened to use the same lion color as the Combs). I can't make sense of a Thom modification to "Com." Chances are, the two were different entities that merged. Gomerians carrying the Tammuz cult.

The Chattan clan from which the Combie/Combs derives uses an "omniBUS" motto term used also by the Waynes that have already been traced to Lake Van's Mus. I've otherwise said -- independent of that -- that elements of Bus, son of Nahor, founded Esau's Bozrah and therefore moved to and named Boscath. Look at how nicely that all fits into that short paragraph.

Note in the Chattan write-up that Beans are related, while "Bean" brings up the Mackay sept of Bains/Vains/Vans. I told you, I am sane. I'm not a quack. I'm not making all this stuff up and wasting my life in the meantime. I don't get paid for this. Hello? Is my name Houdini? I'm tied too strongly here to escape. If I'm wrong, I've wasted a decade strapped to this chair. I may as well go handcuffed into a casket out at sea. There is no trick to get out of this if I'm wrong on these grand claims.

Remember, the "Tempus" term of the Waynes is now tracing well to Timna elements, but then suddenly it might link more immediately to "THOMP(son). AHA!! I kid you not, the above on the Comie/Combs link to "Cumber" was already written (it's in the last update too) when I just looked up "ThomPson" to find them first in CUMBERland!!! This job is a lot of fun.

It suggests that even this Thompson surname is not, ultimately, from the personal name, Tom or Thomas. LOOK, a hawk's lure dead-center in the Thompson Coat. The hawk's lure is also in the Herod/Hurl Crest! Didn't we see a heart in the Thomas/Comie Coat? Yes. Surprise.

Welsh Tomassos/Thomasons (Cheshire) apparently use the Chattan bend in colors reversed. The Chattans and Chatans are in the colors of the McLeods, important because both Lures and Herods (and many Hurl-like variations) are a McLeod sept. Chattans and McLeods both use castles, and that's likely for the Castle-like variations (e.g. Chastain) of the French Chatan surname (first in Poitiers). It fits because Pattersons (said to be from "Patrick") were traced by other means to Butteri while Chatans and Chattans use the Botter bend.

The red roses of the French Chatans, and their tower, betray linkage to the same of Lure Coat and Crest, and Lures were first found in Ayrshire. Herods/Hurls were first found in neighboring Argyllshire, showing once again that Herods and Pilates moved together across Europe, first into Redone France and then into the Rus-infested Bute theater.

Note that the Lure chevron is engrailed, because engrailed bars in the same colors, as well as the gold Lure star, are found in the Leir/Layer/Leyer Coat (= Ligurians of Leicester), while the Leir Crest is a grail cup. No surprise when dealing with swan-depicted Ligurians. Therefore, I think I am ready to claim as HISTORICAL FACT: wherever we have important mythical elements (e.g. king Leir) connected to king Arthur, we are dealing with Edomites of the Herod kind...and, shudder, the merciless Pharisees who could have let Jesus go free.

We have just traced Herod blood to the Stewart-line royal James', and then Bute was a Stewart bastion. Previously, Bute had been a bastion of the Muses. If that's not enough, the Liers/Lairs with Ayr-like Layre and Dayre (I'm seeing L'Ayr and D'Ayr) variations were first found in Brittany.

The Cheshire surname uses a hawk's lure in purple, and the surname was first found in Essex, where Waynes were first found, and where king Cole had his Kyle-related cults of Camelot...later removed to Ayrshire's Kyle clans. If you read the Thomson write-up, you'll gather that Thomas' were with Kyles of Ayrshire.

The Thompsons use a "teipsum" motto term, a little suspicious as code for a Thompson line. In fact, the Thompson motto is identical to the Pendragon motto...that was already traced to purple-dolphin Kennedys of Tipperary, to blue-dolphin Tippers, and to pheon-using Tipps'.

Pendragons use their chevron in the colors of the Brittany Liers/Laires, which is important because king Arthur was a Brit, and moreover I trace his wife, Guinivere, to Britanny's Vannes=Gwened, where also I trace the Beans, Vains, Waynes, and others from Lake Van, including the Muses of Bute. If that's not enough, recall the recent trace of the Helms/Helions (use the Sales' pheons) to the Alans of Brittany, for the Pendragon Crest is a helmet.

We'd want to check the Tom/Thomes surname too. It turns put to have been first in Cornwall, where Pendragons were first found. The Tom Coat is similar to Coat of the Pendragon-related Thompsons. The Thomes use ravens, which recalls the black birds created by Apollo. If I'm not mistaken, he created them in connection to his line to Cyrene (Libya), home of the Meshwesh (same as mythical Muses that Apollo ruled) branch of Amazons (it may even be that all Amazons were from Meshwesh). Didn't I just trace Thomes-like terms to Amazon-like Tammuz? In fact, there were/are a branch of Amazons in north Africa called Tammazons, and similar variations. It was that discovery years ago that had me tracing Amazons to Tammuz.

In other words, a new realization, that the ravens which I've long been tracing to vikings, as well as to Welsh clan of Johns, are ultimately of the Muses. I've never found ravens in a Mackay-like surname, and yet I've maintained that they were raven-depicted vikings. The conclusion in this new realization is that the raven clans trace also to Edom, and then we find an elephant in the Corban/Corbett Crest, a raven in its Coat and motto, and moreover the motto is identical to the Welsh John Coat...with ravens. Both surnames use the black-on-white of the Thomes and Thompsons, meaning also that they were of the Pendragon cult, which proves out where the Johns were first found in Carmarthen, where others trace Merlin.

The Corban/Corbett raven is identical to the German Rothes raven, and then the raven-depicted vikings named Rothesay, later Bute. I've known this for years, but doesn't it support the new realization that ravens were Meshwesh Amazons, the proto-Macey Muses? AND LOOK. The MacCarthy of MUSkerry stag in the Irish Rothes Coat!

English Rothes, in the black and white colors again, were first found in Salop=Shropshire, where Corbans/Corbetts were first found, if that helps to explain why the latter use the German-Rothes raven. German Rothes were first found in Bavaria, very Rothschild suspicious. But didn't I trace Rothschilds to Varangian-related Hungarians and Khazars? Are they now tracing to the Mus of Lake Van too, and therefore to Tammuz elements of Edomites? I note that Hungarians used a stag in their mytho-ancestry, symbol of the Muskerry Carthys/Arthys. Besides, I traced Meschins and Masseys to Rothschilds in several ways, which should explain why Meschins were likewise first found in Shropshire.

On whether Esau-ites and Lotan-ites can be considered mainline Arthurians, or just linked to them, I'm not yet of an opinion, mainly because I haven't contemplated upon it. It should be true that Mordred was the Roman line of Pilate and/or Valerius. Mordred was friendly to Arthur at first, but then stole his assets and became an arch-enemy. We saw that Pilate traced to the Allan river (beside Perthshire), where Mordred and Arthur duked it out.

The question is whether the proto-Stewarts Alans of Dol can trace to the Allan river, and so let's not forget that the Alans of Dol are implied in the Lier/Lair/Leyer write-up, while the related Leir write-up reveals: "First found in Ulm, where the family was established in early times." Ulm is a city in Baden-Wurttemburg. Ulmans are from Ulm, and English Ulmans use a black-on-white lion (same theme as the black raven, I assume), as do German Leirs. Excellent. We have a good start.

Ulmans were traced suggestively (2nd update September) to Almos, quasi-mythical patriarch of the Hungarians. Suddenly, raven-using Rothes of Bavaria can now trace to Scotland via the Ulmans...if indeed Ulmans were from Almos.

The German Ulm/Ulmer page shows no Coat. Drats!

But then there are ravens on the Elmer/Ailmer Coat, and the cross looks like that of the raven-related Sinclairs. That would get the Elmers into Lothian, right around the corner from the Allan river. The Elmer Cross is used by Balders, and they were first found in West Lothian (!), the part of Lothian closest to the Allan river. I can now add that I traced proto-Stewarts, without any of this further evidence, to mythical Balder of the Scandinavians! So far so good, what shall it wring in the end?

As we saw that the ravens of the Corbins/Corbetts were in Shropshire, that's exactly where the Alans of Dol settled before moving to the Bute theater. Moreover, I have for years maintained that proto-Stewarts of Dol came from raven-depicted vikings of Shetland, and that the Stewart unicorn is ultimately the Shetland unicorn.

Some Hungarians moved to Aberdeen, which is to the east of the Allan. It's interesting that emailer Patterson has a Hall bloodline, for the Elmer motto is simply, "Hallelujah," while we have just seen the black-on-white lions of the Hull-like Ulmans (Hulls and Halls were practically identical); Irish Pattersons also use a black-on-white lion. I've long traced Scottish Pattersons to Hungarians, and they, like Stewarts, use pelicans. So it's beginning to look as though both Pattersons and Stewarts trace to Ulm, but then the Patterson trace to Ulm may be purely on account of the Stewart trace to it. Indeed, if "Ulman" is rooted in "Ul" or "Hull/Hall," "Alan" comes to mind.

The idea is that Pattersons formed an alliance with Alans who became Halls. The Ulm write-up: "The city of Ulm dates from at least 854, and was probably settled much earlier than that." In this picture, Almos may have been named after Ulm, for Wikipedia gives the years of his life roughly between 820 and 895. In this picture, Almos was an Alan or Hall of sorts, or better yet, an Ulman or Alemanni.

I've been entertaining the idea that "Dol" was named from the House of Dulo, the house that Attila was from, whom Hungarians claim to be from. Attila forced some Alan Huns to join him in this adventures across Europe, into France. It seemed self-explanatory, and yet I couldn't find convincing evidence for the Alan-of-Dol link to Attila. Here I now find a line of Dol Alans to what appears to be Almos. And we read:

According to Ibn Fadlan, the two names Almos and Almysh are the same. It refers to the same person: Almysh, the Baltavar (ruler) of the Volga-Bulgars, member of the Dulo Dynasty ( IYI ), descendant of Attila and his son Irnik, through Kubrat and his son Bat-Bayan Bezmer...Almysh senior son Arbat, as a leader of the Kara-Bulgars, seceded and led a confederation of tribes (Magyar, Bashkort, Onogur, Sabir, Khazar) to the Carpathian Basin.

Why do I get the impression now that "Almos" and "Almysh" are partly Masseys terms? I did trace Halls / Hallands in many ways to Masseys, even as mythical Hellen was the Mysian Hellespont. Doesn't "Almysh" therefore strike us as a Hellen-Mysian combo? Just guessing at this point.

The Ulman variations, Ulghan and Ulgham, sound Bulgarian to me. Why do we find stags in the Irish Dole Coat? Why were Doles first found in Alan-like Leinster, a Ligurian center? Entering "Leinster" brings up the blood-dripping swan of the Leicester/Lester surname, and we just traced Alans of Dol to Ulm via the Lier surname. Wikipedia says that king Lear was of Leicester elements. There we go, heraldry to the rescue in explaining what has not yet been explained to the free world, the world free of Illuminati secrets.

I've said before that the blood-dripping swan, and the Leinster/Leicester motto, is a reflection of the Pattersons. Now I can say it with some teeth.

The grail in the Leir/Leyer Crest (of the clan from Ulm) brings to mind what I read about Almos' and Arpad's Hungarians, that representatives of the ten tribes drank their own blood out of a cup when swearing an oath of allegiance. Like when Jesus passed his cup around the table to his 11 Apostles. But there is a stark difference between Jesus and Scythian killers. Hungarians went right out and pillaged the surrounding peoples. And, the "blood" in the cup that Jesus passed around was just wine. In the morning, Jesus didn't go to pillage the peoples, but went willing to a death as prescribed by the Holy Father (no, not the pope) for the healing of the sick nations.

Suddenly, Leir/Leyer-branch Ligurians are found in Ulm, and it makes Ligurians out of Hungarians. Didn't I just finish tracing Arpad Hungarians to the Ticino river, where Laevi Ligurians lived? I had no idea at that time that Ligurians would trace to the father of Arpad in the way that was just realized. I know what God's going to do. He's going to lay those Arpads down, step on their backs, and squirt that blood right out of their mouths that they drank in unison in the name of conquest.

It's very satisfying to finally understand the Alan-of-Dol links to Attila. I don't understand it completely, but the gist is good enough for making some bold new conclusions. The Leir Ligurians are now Hungary-colored. We should find evidence of that. McLeods were the chiefs of the Lure / Lear lines. I had identified Hungarians in the Ticino theater with white on blue, now realizing that McLeods use those colors too. McLeods have been identified as Herods and Edomites for months, but that then traces the same Edomites to Hungarians.

There are two sides to Hungarians, the Khazar-Magyar side, and the Ticino side. The Ticino side was traced in September to Alessandria, and today "Leinster" (where Doles were first found) begs a look at "Alester," finding the Alesander/Alexander surname. The clan was first found in the Aberdeen neck of Scotland, where Hungarians are known to have settled.

I can now undertstand why queen Margaret of Scotland, from Hungary, named her son, Alexander, for it was Alexander's brother, David I, who entertained the Stewarts -- from Hungarians I now know -- in the king's courts, catapulting them to royalty as a result. I had traced Hungarians to Gavi of Alessandria partly because a Gavril Radomir appeared married to the mother of a certain Margareth of Hungary (see 1st update Septenber for reasons). Very suspicious.

But I've just finished tracing the arm-and-sword of the Alexander Coat above to the Mouse Tower of Poland's Gopla. It was a Gallus Anonymous who seemed to know the details, giving up only a mythical rendition of the realities, however, the point now being that Gallus may have been of this very Alexander line because I see a Callestar variation of the Alexanders. Didn't I trace "Gallus" to "Callus" and thereby discover key secrets on the Pilate bloodline?

I was adamant about tracing the Alis surname to Alessandria. I now find that a fir tree, used by the Alis surname, is also in the Spanish Calles Coat! It means that the Alis surname (Macey / Mackay bears) can also be traced to the Callus/Cole/Aul surname. The Spanish Calles' were first found in the province of SantANDER!

Remember, Margaret was with king Andrew, and the Malcolm/Callum surname uses the saltire called "Andrew's Cross" (also traced to a saint by the liars who ruled over the peoples) in colors reversed. In this picture, the Malcolms appear named by Callus elements, in which case the Malcolms also trace to the Pilote bloodline.

Do English Stewarts use a stag in Crest? Now we know why.

AHA!! ULTIMATE CONFIRMATION I'm so glad I loaded that Stewart Coat, for it was only due to viewing the Ulman Coat a couple of hours ago that I recognized the same lion design in both Coats. It's a rare lion design compared to others, and so we can be more sure that Alan-Stewarts were, not just the Leirs of Ulm, not just anyone else in Ulm, but the Ulmans of Ulm. And the Stewart stag tends to confirm that Ulm and Ulmans were the true identity of quasi-mythical Almos.

The Leinster/Leicester Coat definitely shows Masci signs, supporting that Hall-Massey theory for "Almos/Almysh." It could explain why Dol's Lier/Laire Coat uses scallops in Meschin-scallop colors. English Doles use the Leinster/Leicester Coat (which I perceive as the Bellamy Shield). German Doles use a grape vine, and that reminds of the grape vine in the Levine/Levinge surname, first found in Brittany, and the grape vine in the Platt/Blatten Coat, the surname of which I trace to Harald Blatand Bluetooth, the ancestry (I conjecture) of proto-Alans and proto-Fladds of Dol.

Did I say that doesn't show the Ulm Coat? It's true and it's not. The page I tried earlier was from an online google search, but entering "Ulm" in the houseofnames search box gets a white on red fish, the colors of the Cain/Kane fish, but not the same style. The Ulm fish is in the style of the Lawer fish tail. Well how do you like that? As Leirs are also "Leyer," they and the Lawers must have been the very same clan.

The idea here is that the Lorraine and Lawrie grail cult is from the same Arpads that furnished the Leir-Crest and king-Lear grail cup, and then it's known that the mythical Fisher King was also a grail entity. The Stewarts must know this, that they are the Lear cult, from Almos. We the masses are not supposed to know. But why? Is it because Attila is unpopular? Is it because the Attila line cares nothing for Europeans and Americans? Why the secret?

It may not apply, but it should be recorded anyway, that the Alman/Hallman surname (a black eagle) was first found in Caen.

In that Lawer Coat, the edges of the cross show the same tooth pattern as the bend in the English Stewart Coat, corroborating all the more that Stewarts were merged with Ulmans. The Lears (first found in Leicestershire) show a similar pattern, and the same-design unicorn heads used in the Scottish-alternative Stewart Crest. The Lears were from "L'Eyre, a reference to a place in the arrondissement of Evreux in Normandy" Doesn't that smack of Ayr(shire)???

NOW IS THE TIME to show that someone painted Almos with what look to me like quatrefoils. I had seen these from the very first time I mentioned Almos today, and was wondering how they could be linked to the quatrefoils of the Ayer and Hayer Coats. And there we have it, just like that, a trace of Almos, foundation of Hungarians, to Ayrshire. The Leirs and Ayers, one and the same Hungarians, yet Ligurians to begin with.

Almos was the one to which the mythical Turul hawk was applied by myth writers. One theory I had was a Turul trace to Turin. As we saw above that Lawers and the Almos grail cult look like one and the same, it should link Almos elements to the Lorraines too, and then we see that the Lorraine bend is the same as the Turin bend, both the Arms of Baden. Turins are Scottish here and first found in Aberdeenshire, where Hungarians are known to have settled.

But why Baden? How does Baden fit into Turin and Almos? The Butteri, who I think named Baden, fit well into Turin because I trace Butteri to Liguria, and Turin was interior Liguria. AND, if true that "Almos/Almysh" was a Hall-Masci combo, it just so happens that Mascis were first found in the Turin theater. Perhaps the Turul entity was Tyrol, adjacent to southern Germany (Bavaria to be exact), or at least from Tyrol elements.

Entering Turrell brings up the Thorold surname, the Crest of which shows nearly the same stag as in the English Stewart Crest (it was the English Stewarts who traced with certainty to Ulm and Ulmans). The Turrell/Thorold stag may be the Stewart stag but in a different position. The Turrel/Thorold Coat shows the same goat, in colors reversed, as the Bavarian Richard Coat, not forgetting that Richards are found listed as part of the grail-using Butlers...who are a Butteri clan linked to Stewarts. Did we expect the grail cult in Rhodian Lincolnshire? The Turrels/Thorolds were first found there.

The "Cervus" motto term of the Turells/Thorolds smacks of "corvos," = raven. This is right in line with Stewarts, and with the Rus of Lincolnshire.

AHA! English Turrells/Tyrells (Essex) use two blue-on-white chevrons, and that for me makes the link to the single blue-on-white chevron of the English Richards. Emailed Patterson wrote in recently to suggest that the blue-on-white lion of the Richard Coat and Crest is the Cappeo (not a surname) lion. In fact, the Cappeo lion was traced to the blue-on-white of the Hallands/Hallams, first found in Yorkshire, as with Richards.

Entering "Tyrol" brings up the English Turrells. I suppose that Tyrol links to Turin.

The German Richards (heart in Crest) are Reichards, the term to which I had traced the "Reicht" motto term in the Arms of Ayrshire. Now I find that Reichards are tracing to the Turul hawk of Almos while Almos' Leir / Lawer elements trace to Ayrshire. Have we got it nipped? Yes, for French Richards were first found in Brittany.

True, there was no hawk in either Turrell surname, but then the Turrel surname may not have had a hawk symbol. It just so happens that the Hawk surname (hawk in Crest) was first found in Lincolnshire, where the English Turrels were first found. Therefore, "Turul hawk" could be code for the Turrel and Hawk surnames in combination.

Recall the hawk's lure, symbol of the Lure=Lear bloodline. Cheshires use the hawk's lure in purple, the color of the "pilgrim's staves" in the Hawk Coat. The Pilgrim surname uses staves too, and "stave" reminds of the grail-cult Stauffer/Stover surname that could trace to the early Hungarian, king Stephen. Like the Richards and Turrells, Scottish Stephensons use a blue-on-white chevron? They also use a garland, what we saw in the grail of the Lawrie Coat.

Hohens were Staufers. Hohenstaufens were of Swabia, the same theater in Germany where Ulm is found. Recalling the Ulm trace to Ayrshire, I note the "Coelum" motto term of Stephensons. Stephens are suspect as Stewarts because both use pelicans, and because "Stiver" brings up Sturt terms.

Who were the Hawks? The Hauk variation gets a Haug(en) clan (Bavaria) in the gold-and-black colors of the Hogans, the latter first found in Tipperary. The Hogan write-up: "The original Gaelic form of the name Hogan is Ó hÓgáin, meaning a descendant of Ógán’, a personal name derived from the Irish Gaelic word 'og,' which means 'young.'" I don't know whether "og" really means "young," but I did recognize the Hogan Coat as a colors-reversed version of the Scottish Yonge/Young Coat. The latter throws in piles.

I've traced "Yonge" to "Hungary" elements, and the German Young/Jung Coat even uses a stag. As we are yet seeking Hawk roots, we seem to be bang-on because Hogen-related Jungs were, as with Haugens, first found in Bavaria, and the Swabia of the Hohenstaufens is partly in Bavaria. "Hogen" may even be a Hohen variation.

Looking at "Ogan" in the Hogen write-up, what do we find but a black-on-white lion in the Owan Coat? It's the color of the Hohenstaufen lions. However, Owans/Owens are not traced to a Hohen-like term, but rather to "Euganios." I recall that Euganeo in Padova became a topic as per the "agendo" motto term of the Auger surname, much like "Haugen."

Have we been getting the small impression that Hohenstaufens link to Stewarts at Ulm? It was after I got that impression that the Ulman lion came to mind, black on white like the Hohenstaufens. That wasn't found until a few seconds after re-seeing a black eagle in the Alman Coat. Hohenstaufens also use a black eagle.

FREEZE! I just came across an Olmos Coat that was found earlier. I forgot to show it, and then I wasn't sure whether it should have been because the surname is properly shown as "Holman." BUT JUST NOW, I happened to leave the Olmos/Holman page, back to the Ulman page, and there I saw "Worcestershire," the same place that Olmos/Holmans were first found! The Olmos/Holman Crest is an ostrich head, a symbol that I trace to the German version of "Austria," and German Ulmans, who use red and white bars as does the flag of Hungary, were first found in Austria.

The Olmos/Holeman Coat uses pheons, but then not all pheons are expected to be a Pilate line. However, the Olmos/Holeman Coat is in the colors of the Heards and Herods/Hurls. Remember, Ulm links to Leirs, and Leirs link to Lures, a sept of McLeods like the Herods.

"WOW!" I hadn't yet fetched the list of McLeod septs for you, until now. Looking it over again, there were the Maccabees and MacAbees. Is that not AMAZING??? For months now the McLeods have been claimed to be Edomites, and here in the last week Maccabee links to Pilates and Herods have been stressed, only to find that McLeods were Maccabees too. Apparently. Here is the list of McLeod septs.

If the Olmas'/Holemans are from Hungarians, it explains why stags are used in the Dutch Hole Coat. Halls also come up as per "Hole." But careful is the word: there are a slew of Hall-like terms, not all of them likely to link closely, if at all. The Holle cult and the related Ellis surname comes to mind because Ellis' are in gold and lack, the colors of the Hauks/Haugens and Hogans that are suspected parts of the Turul-hawk entity.

HOLLE SMOKES. Recalling that mythical Holle was of Holstein elements (not my idea), the Holstein Coat was checked to find the RARE Ulman-style lion!!!!!!!!! I declare: Almos was the witchcraft cult of Holle. Note the Masonic apron on the "savage", and yet another stag in Crest. THE CENTER OF THE SHIELD IS A LYRE...confirming now that a lyre is code for the Leir / Lier bloodline!!! The liars knew exactly what they were doing with their codes. The savage holds a club, symbol that I've seen in Hohen-based Arms.

It suggests that "Hole" was the earlier term, and "Ulm" was the contraption thereof, probably from the idea of "Ulman" and/or "Alemanni." (In that picture, Alemanni may have been Alan Huns after all, a major hub of the German peoples).

The Hohenstaufen article: "Hohenstaufen Castle is located on a mountain of the same name near Goppingen." The problem is, I didn't notice Hohen / Cohen elements in particular in the Goplo investigation, yet on the other hand there was a suggestive conclusion that Khazars had been there. In the last update: "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." Khazincidence? Did Goppingen elements name Goplo, or was it mice-versa?

The club mentioned above had been traced years ago to "Clovis," and then the Goplo Poles were traced to Merovingian Pepinids. By what fishincidence is it that the Club/Clobbe surname uses white-on-red fish, the symbol of the Ulm Coat??? Recall the Glopeani that were the peoples of Goplo. The Club Coat reminds me of the Scottish Hykes/Hack Coat, and checking, the fish and chevron are not only in colors reversed from those of the Clubs/Clobbes, but the fish design in the Ulm Coat is used! English Hykes/Hacks, using scallops in the colors of Dol Liers/Lairs, were first found in Devon, beside Somerset! It works!! That is, this reminds me of the Hicks of CLAPton, Somerset, who married suspect as Herod blood.

YES, for in the Club write-up: "The surname Club originally derived from the Old English spelling Clobbere. It was commonly found in the area of Farndon, Cheshire where the family first lived." Then in one Clapton page, they were first found in Cheshire. It was the Meschins there who used the scallops in the colors of the Hacks and Liers/Lairs/LAYres, and Meschins have long been linked to Ligurians, especially the Ley surname, much like the Leyer variation of the Leirs.

I don't think it's been mentioned yet that Dutch Leirs use, like the Ulmans, a black-on-white lion.

Lairds, first found in Berwickshire (i.e. where Arthurs were first found), use a chevron in the colors of the Scottish Hykes/Hacks, and yet another stag head. King Lear was therefore an Arthurian character because Leirs were merged with Arthurs. That;s the entire brunt of the mystery, It's no great and shining horse after all, just peoples getting married, some of the members having illusions of grandeur..because they hated Christ and loved the devil. Spit!

The Arthurian grail can now be linked to the Lear-cult grail and the Fisher-King grail, both elements from Ulm. But as Ulm was a Hungarian entity, and as it was traced to the Piedmont theater, it now suggests that Khazars of the Cohen kind were in Piedmont at an early time. In other words, the Ticino elements that were linked to proto-Hungarians were, like their Magyar elements from Khazaria, Khazars. It makes sense. Wikipedia's article on Almos even tells that the Magyars who formed Hungary were ruled by Khazars.

Who were the Khazars of Piedmont? The Veres, who I trace to Montferrat, and to Ferrari, for Fers use a Shield full of Cohen checks, and French Vairs a Shield filled with Hohen checks.

LOOK! I was starting the paragraph above while waiting for the Lard Coat to load, and bingo-bango, the piles of the Scottish Young/Yonge Coat came up, linked above to Hogans that appeared to trace to the Turul Hawk of Almos interests. It confirms what I already knew from the above, that Lairds and Lards are branches of Lears / Leyers et-al. (See also the unicorns of the Lairs/Layers)

Remember too that the Lawrie Coat with grail cup and garland shows the Rod(h)am tree trunk, and that I traced Rod(h)ams years ago (i.e. long before it was needed today) to Rutland, on the outskirt of Leicestershire, meaning that Lears were also Lawries and Lorraines. The Bar fish are in Lorraine, and so were the Muses that are suspected at Goplo's Mouse Tower. In fact, the Gobel(in), with Masci wing, are now suspect as elements from Goppingen, which could explain the Cohen checks, and black on gold eagle (colors of the Hohenstaufen eagle) in the Massi/Mattis Coat and Crest. Remember, the Veres Shield is the Massey Shield.

Therefore, with Mascis now identified as part Khazars, it explains why Melusine, who I trace to the founding of Cohens, is in the Crest of the Massins/Masons. Moreover, as it was the Mascis who were traced to the Mouse Tower at Goplo, it again traces Khazars to that place. Masci Khazars. The idea seems so foreign to me. But what kind of "RED" Hebrews were the Khazars? You must know by now. Not Israelites. What red Hebrews have we been discussing all along?

Melusine is also on the Crest of the red-Shielded Holly Coat, surname shown properly as "Cullen/Collin". We assume here that Melusine was Holle because one Ellis Coat I had found and shown had a rare red Melusine in Crest, while the Ellis Coat at houseofnames uses a woman her hair disheveled, a known symbol for Holle. Therefore, the Ellis' also trace to Ulm elements, and as they were first found in Yorkshire, where the Hallands/Hallams and Hulls were first found, hearken to the Hungarian tone of that raunchy tune.

If correct to trace red roundels (could be Esau/Edom-important, as with any red in this discussion), called torteux, to Tortona in Alessandria, by what coincidence was it that I linked the Alis and Ellis surnames to one another, and then traced both to ALESsandria, while the Holly Coat above uses torteux (in the fashion of the Ince / Inch torteux)??? It appears that I'm correct in a torteux=Tortona equation, and it suggests to me that the Ince/Ines-branch Ananes Gauls were in Tortona, which is the Laevi theater. It supports the trace of the Ulmans of Ulm (i.e. Hungarians) to Alessandria just because the Holsteins use the Ulman lion. It looks like I was correct in my "madness' a few updates ago, when tracing Arpad (son of Almos) to Alessandria and the Ticino river.

It occurred to me that the "hevel" in "Dishevel" should be a Holle-like clan. Changing the 'v' to a 'u' gets "Heuel," close to the shown Haule variation of the Halls.

More lies: "The [Holstein] name is a shortened form of the Middle Low German word 'holtsate,' meaning 'one who dwells in the woods." Checking the Woods surnames, one shows "Quill" as well as "Woods," and then we see a "A demi-woodman with a club over his shoulder" in the Crest. I would argue, therefore, that Quills were a Holle variation, akin to the Collins. I recognize the Quill/Wood tree as the walnut in the Waller Crest. There's a good chance that Halls and Walls were variations. Irish Walls use a scimitar, for example, not to mention a Khazar-like motto term.

The English Holly Coat shows a talbot, symbol of the Hulls and Halls/Auls. The scimitar sword in the Holly Crest could be a symbol of the Saxon sword, and Saxons originated in the Holstein theater. I've tended to trace the scimitar (over the years) to Kyles and Coles, not knowing why, but the idea now jibes with the Col(l)en variation of Irish Hollys.

By now we've understood that Pilates of Perthshire (i.e. from the Callus/COLE/Aul = Caledonian elements) had linked to Kyles of Ayrshire (the two clans share red-on-white stars), and here we have the added bonus of the white pheons in the Olmos/Holeman Coat...which does tend to trace Kyles to disheveled Holle.

Not all pheons can link fairly directly to the Pilate pheons, but when we find them in white on blue, and in a Lard like surname, it's probably Pilate blood. The Lords use them. The Lord Crest: "A dexter arm in a blue maunch, cuff gold." Maunche? That's got to be code for Manche, where French Veres and Masseys were from. Note the 'M' shape of the Lord Crest. (Halls and Masseys go hand-in-hand).

LORRaine is not far from Burgundy, and the latter, a kingdom, had ever-changing borders with legs, reaching at times as far north as Lorraine. Perhaps the Pilates, first found in Burgundy, were in Lorraine specifically (in this picture, Pilate blood was in the Leir / Lawrie part of the grail cult). As the bar fish are in the colors of the Pilate pheons, and as I trace pheons to Mus of Lake Van, I'd say the "M" of the Lords is all about the Mass/Meuse river upon which the Bars lived. In that picture, the Pilates were also part of the Fisher-King grail "cult" (for lack of a better term). The laughable papal hat that is said to be code for a fish might just apply secretly to the Roman line of Pontius Pilate.

Back to the Walls. Actually, it's the dragon cultists who have backs to the walls, scared that the world might now know what they are all about. Hurry up dragon, what you must do, get it over with. This is your hour of darkness. Don't Chaines/Chenays use the white Masci wing? No sooner were Halls and Walls linked to Holle, itself linked to Ulm - that I suspect was mythical "Hall-Masci" = Almos --, that another chain rattles from the Swedish Wall Coat...which looks like the Coat of the German Talls/Thalls identified as Talbots (i.e. Hall relatives).

As the personal lion of Ranulf le Meschin was a red-on-gold lion -- the same as the Ley lion -- it's a no-brainer to recognize the red-on-silver lion of the talbots as a version of le-Meschin's lion, for he married a Talbot, and moreover both Meschins and Talbots were first found in Shropshire. But why is the lion red if not for the Redones amongst the Ligurians? Redones trace to Lincolnshire, where le-Meschin's wife, Lucy (i.e. Ligure- and Lacy-like), held her titles. Does this suggest that le-Meschin was of the Herod bloodline?

Didn't we see that Herods were the Rodes clan of Languedoc, married to the Roquefeuils? Why then do we see trefoils, symbol of RoqueFEUILS, in the Swedish Wall Coat -- the Coat that is a version of the Tall=Talbot Coat -- and why is the Roque rock, in Herod/Hurl colors, in the Dutch Wall Coat???

Where else did we see trefoils? In the Irish Holly Coat! Recalling my recent trace of the Chaines/Chenays to "Sheehan" and therefore to pharaoh Khyan, let's read the Irish-Holly write-up: "First found in County Wicklow, but other references claim O'Cullen, O'Kenealy, and O'Sheehan, were chiefs in the baronies of Conello, county Limerick. Cullen is also a small village in County Cork." Place your bets on whether this clan was of Cork's Muskerry elements. Earlier min the write-up, "the name Holly is 'Mac Cuilinn'...which are from the word 'cuileann,'" which means 'holly.'" The term smacks of the Quill variation of the Woods who use the Waller walnut...suggesting again that walls have their origins in the Hellespont Myso-Trojans that provided the Halls et-al.

In this picture, Hungarians trace exactly to the same Myso-Trojans providing the Halls...unto Almos, also called, Almysh. And the Mouse Tower at Goplo, where Chaines were traced (because, for one, Gobel(in)s likewise use the white Masci wing), was MYSIA tower to the Poles.

For 1,000 years, the Mason rulers of the world will be chained, and afterward, resuming their alliance with Gog and Magog, they will end up in the lake of fire burning in the tar pits of Edom. You know the story if you know Revelation 20. Isn't it true that the Welsh -- from Walls elements -- are said to be from Cimmerians = Gomerians? Why do the Welsh proudly use a red dragon? Isn't the Holly Shield red? Why a red garb in the Holly Coat? Why does the Irish hand symbol appear that is found beside the Zionist star in the flag of Ulster, where Heberites lived? Didn't Ellis' use a red Melusine dragon woman? Wasn't she a symbol of red-crescent Speers? Whose red is this? The one who gave God up for a bowl of soup, who lost God's blessings as a result so that they went to Israel instead?

You'll note that Irish Hollys are also "Culhoon," what was or became a hound term. The English Walls show the CLAPton/CLOPtun wolf head, and so let's not forget the CLUB in the Quill/Wood Crest, of a surname that entered this discussion as per the "woods" code in the Holstein write-up. As the Club/Clobbe fish was linked above to the Ulm fish, Ulm being a Leir center, I think it's safe to say that Leir elements trace both to the Apollo lyre/harp symbol, used by the Irish, and to the Apollo wolf symbol, the combination of which traces well to the Liris river near Rome, where Apollo's wolf lines appear to have been, and where his mother, Latoni, was code for Latins of the Liris theater.

If you're having trouble believing the Club link to Ulm's Leir elements, just check out the other club in the English Woods Crest, for this Woods branch was first found in Leicestershire.

Again, I traced Apollo to the Hyperboreans, "far northerners,' and then I identified the dog with TOGarmah, son of Gomer. In Ezekiel 38, it's not only Gog that is said to be from the "far north," but also Togarmah. How is it that Wall surname with Clapton wolf uses what looks like the MontGOMERy Shield? Moreover, I traced Apollo to the Dacians, beside the harp-like Arpii/Carpae, no doubt the ancestry of Arpad (the Carpi are shown on this map beside Budapest that's marked as "Aquincum"). I traced Dacians to Dagestani, who were from a Dehae peoples, but before finding that I had quoted one website's claims that "dehae' and similar terms meant "dog." One could get the impression that Togarmites became Dagestani, but then I also trace Tocharians / Togarmites to mythical Teucer, father of Trojans leading to the Butteri Latins, the Batavi Merovingians, the Bute Arthurians, and the so-called "chain boot" of the Massey Muses.

I then have Cadmus, a representation of the Samson cult, which included Dagon-carrying Philistines, removed to Goplo, explaining the Dagome alternative name for Mieszko I, the point here being the fish tail that Dagon is thought to have had. All fish in this discussion are traced ultimately to the fish symbol of Cadmus at Budva/Butua. No matter how we turn this discussion, whether onto the Hungarian side, or the Piast side, or the Arthurian side, or the Merovingian side, it always traces back to the same, the various chief enemies of Israel and of it's God.

The enemies of God in the last days cannot be chained unless they are identified. We've got to find their mouse holes, where they keep their stashes stolen from the fields of humanity. When the world at a post-Armageddon time sees their armies fallen and slain, and their cities in ruins, with all their stashes exposed and discovered, the survivors will chain them, so to speak or perhaps literally in prisons, with Israelites leading the way. God will make many friends of Israel at that time, from all nations.

If it seems contradictory to now trace the pagan grail to Attila the Hun, let's keep in mind that the grail traces in particular to Almos and Arpad. In my view, these two entities were the Hellespont Mysians or Amazons, depicted in myth as Apollo's twin, and the Ares cult out of Arados/Arpad in Syria. However, recently, I found that proto-Apollo came out of Arados, into Rhodes, and then onto the Lycian mainland, developing into neighboring Lydians as a result. Mysians just happened to be ancestral to Lydians. Therein is your Biblical dragon, the Meshech-Ladon alliance with all the Ezekiel-listed nations thrown in at Troy, on the Hellespont.

Back to the Woods, who show savages holding clubs. As it was just asserted that their settling of Leicestershire was proof of their being Leir elements from Ulm, and as Ulm uses a fish as code for the Fisher-King line, recall that I traced the Fisher-King fish to the Bosch and Busch/Bush "fish." Then read the Woods write-up to see that they originated in Boschs: "First found in Leicestershire, England. However, during ascension of William to the English throne, the family were stripped of their land holdings in Leicestershire by the king, and moved north to Dumfriesshire, Scotland. The first of the family in this region are said to descend from a Norman knight by the name of Ernald de Bosco (Bosco is a Latinized form of wood,)..."

First point. Lawries were first found in Dumfries, and Lawries have been found to be of the Leirs/Layers. Second point, Savages use a black-on-white lion, as do Ulmans. Third point, the English Woods use the Italian Apollo oak tree.

Let me re-explain the Bosch "fish," for it's actually a white-on-blue fleur-de-lys, in the colors of the Bush/Busch fleur-de-lys. The center of the Busch fleur looks like a fish, and the Bars were then found to use fish in the same colors. The Saracas, from Kotor beside Butua and near bar also use a white-on-blue fish, and Saracas moved to Ragusa, which was earlier called, Laus. I think the Saracas fish became the fleur-de-Laus, so to speak. I think the Saraca fish was turned into a lily when the Laus elements of Ragusa ended up in the Lys river near Lille (northern-western France). Both the Arms of Lille and the Lys surname use white-on-red fleur-de-lys. To the west side of the Lille theater is Bar-le-Duc (Lorraine), also using a white-on-blue fish. The trick was to find why Boschs and Buschs/Bushes use it too. Keep in mind that English Bush's look very Esau-ish on two counts, their black boars and their goat.

I now see that Woods were Boschs, and that they trace possibly to Lawries, who were found (earlier in this update) without doubt to have been Lorraine elements. We saw the Lorraines use the Arms of Baden, which part of Germany faces bar-le-Duc, but even closer is the Rhineland part of Germany, where the German Bush/Busch surname was first found. Keeping in mind that Bar-le-Duc is the capital of Meuse province, it's also near the Moselle river (Mosa in Latin, smacking of Almos) flowing into Rhineland, ending at Goplo-like Koblenz (smacks of the Gobelin surnames). Now, before black boars re-appear magically, see this on the Rhineland: " of Germany's most vital waterways, the Rhineland is renowned...The Rhur Valley in the North is one of the world's most heavily industrialized areas and the vineyards of Mosel in the South..." Entering "Mosel," black boar heads!

The Bush's of the Rhineland were linked to Mosels. I've never known before. American President and secret Nazi agent, George H. Scherf, was placed into the adoptive hands of a Nazi-operative Bush clan linked to the "mouse bloodline." REMEMBER, the Arms of Bar-le-Duc use white roses ON STEMS, as do the Scherfs and Walkers. And besides Mussolini, various Masseys (and related Seimens) were pro-Nazi, giving the impression that Goplo (home of mythical Siemowit and SiemoMYSL) and Koblenz were somehow fundamental to Nazis. Recall the theory that the Talls/Thalls (Bessin bees), the bloodline married by Ranulf le Meschin, was part of the Thule Society. Couldn't we expect satanic elements of this same "Society" to produce Anti-Christ globalism soon?

It's a good bet that the Masci wing of the Gobel(in) Coat (Macey Shield) refers to Moselle elements at Koblenz. ASTOUNDING!!! After writing that, and only after, I clicked to the German Gobel Coat to see again the WHITE ON BLUE fish!!!!!!!!!! ASTOUNDING, for it means that the white-on-blue Bush/Busch fleur was indeed a white fish to begin with, and BEHOLD, a white fleur-de-lys in the Gobel Crest!!!!!!!!!!

Not only were Bush's a branch of Mascis, but the Rhineland Bush's (in the colors of Dutch Mackays/Macks) should have been the neighboring Dutch Mascis, of the Maastricht / Meuse entity. A red-on-gold lion is the sole symbol of the Dutch Bush Coat, and a lion of the same colors is the sole symbol of the Ley surname (first found in Cheshire), but as it's the personal lion of Ranulf le Meschin, he must trace to the Lys river in the Lille theater, which makes sense because English Masseys use white-on-red fleur-de-lys as does the Ams of Lille!

Le-Meschin's ancestry was in a Burgos clan, and while that doesn't sound Dutch, Dutch Burgs use red and do French Burgs. See the 'M' shape in the Dutch Burg Coat. German Leys (Meschin and Bogen colors) were first found in Bavaria, where German Gobels were first found. Bogens are added into those brackets because they were of primary importance to Bavaria, and because English Gobels use bows, the Bogen symbol.

Bogens gave the Arms of Bavaria it's white and blue lozenges. Now is the time to repeat that he same-colored lozenges are used by Bricks, whom I've maintained were the bloodline of Briquessart, Ranulf's father, ruler of the Bessin. Are you getting the Bavarian-Illuminati picture? The Brick Chief uses white-on-red fleur de lys, as with Masseys, Lys, and the Arms of Lille. There's even a stag in the Brick Crest.

By what coincidence is it that both president Bush's attacked Saddam Hussein, and that the last one created a situation in which the American military stationed itself in Moselle-like Mosul (ancient Nineveh), where the anti-Christ is predicted to launch from, according to Nahum 1:11? And the American military did it by siding with the Baathists of Mosel. Don't I trace Baathists to the Batavi at the mouth of the Rhine, smack downstream from Rhineland? Don't the Mascis of Rhineland seem like Lys-branch Merovingians, the latter known to arise from Salian Franks likewise at the mouth of the Rhine? Didn't I identify the Mouse-Tower Goplos and Gobels as Merovingians?

Whom have been the Aryan rats infiltrating every political entity possible with the aim of arising all at once with a metallic grip on the head of humanity? Uat was the purpose of "SiemoWIT"? Why did the Bogens get their lozenges from WITTELSbachs? Why do English Whites use blue and white in the same fashion as Wittels? Weren't quatrefoils seen on the robes of Almos, and traced to Ayers of Scotland? Why are quatrefoils used also by Scottish Whites, on a Shield resembling the Fisher Shield? Didn't Obama, suspect as an Anti-American globalist, have an anti-American Bill Ayers for a friend and business acquaintance? Irish Whites: a lion in the colors of the Ulman lion, itself the Stewart lion.

Wasn't Obama's Chicago pastor, with Wright surname, a suspicious extremist? Why are Scottish Wrights in the colors of the English Whites, why do both clans use leopard heads, and why were both Wrights and Scottish Whites both first found in Berwickshire? Why do Wrights use a version of the Stewart Coat? Shouldn't Wrights trace to Piast the Wheelwright, father of SiemoWIT, especially as Kyles of Bute use the Stewart Coat? Why were the English Whites first found in Gloucestershire, where the Siemowit>Samson line was first found?

Uat is going on here? The kettle hats of the Whites and Wittels were of the Pappenheims, trace-able to mythical Popiel at the Goplo Mouse Tower, who was replaced by the Siemowit line. Papes/Papens use talbots, as do Wittels, and the Wittel-style talbots are those of the Hulls and Halls.

Compare the Eyer>Lear fesse with that of the Pape fesse. There is even a PapeLIER variation in the Pape page, and it was the Lier surname that uses a lion in Ulman-lion colors. That is, it tends to trace Papes and Halls to Almos elements in Ulm...thus making the Piast-Pole connection to Hungarians that explains the Hungarians themselves as Merovingians too. Merovingians from an Almos mythical code.

If "Almos" was myth code for Hall-Masseys, it explains why the Pape talbots are in colors reversed to Hall and Hull talbots. I find that hard to believe as a hallincidence. It tends to reveal that Almos/Almysh was a SiemoMYSL entity on the MOSelle, does it not? Doesn't the Moselle flow to Goplo-like Koblenz in the HOLLand theater? Were not Salian-branch Merovingians from downtown Holland, not far downstream on the Rhine from Koblenz?

As I traced Goplo elements to Pepinid Merovingians, I can be more sure that Italian Gobels/Gobbi, who use a camel, are part of the Goplo line to Koblenz, for the Pepin Crest is exactly the same gold camel as the Goebel/Gobbi camel!!! I became conscious of that identicality only now; I didn't check for it when showing the Gobelo/Gobbi Coat earlier. Weren't the camel-using Pattersons/Cussanes=Kissanes traced to "ChosKISko at Goplo?

You have got to believe what I am claiming just happened. I can barley believe it myself. The last sentence of the paragraph above was an insert after the below on the Alis surname was already written. In wanting to view the Alis Coat, which was perhaps 10 minutes ago only, I accidentally typed "Akis" (because the 'k' is beside the 'l'), and Akis the page loaded. I recorded (for later use) in my records page that the Akis/Acher page uses spurs and the Sinclair rooster. Then, after writing on the Cussanes / Kissanes above, I loaded the Kiss/Cuss/Cush Coat to take another look at the details, and there was a red rooster, exactly the Akis rooster!!!!!!!!!! Just like that. the Choscisko code is discovered to be for the Akis/Acheson/Acherson/Atcherson surname too. As I identify the spur symbol with the Butteri cowboys, I'll repeat that I trace "Patter(son)" to "Butteri."

As Pepins were traced to Pavia/Papia, it's very good that camel-using Gobels/Gobbi were first found in Mantova, near Pavia/Papia. The neighboring Gavi location in Alessandria comes to mind for "Gobbi." It's probably not coincidental that the Landon Coat (= ancestry of Pepinids) uses what strikes one as the Hall Coat, not forgetting that both Landons and Alis' (who I trace to Alessandria) use bear heads. Remember, the Alis bear is said to be "muzzled," a Moselle-like term.

One may thus get the impression that Alessandria was named in part after the Halls and Almos entities. Before coming to this idea, I had written: "...I see a Callestar variation of the Alexanders...I was adamant about tracing the Alis surname to Alessandria. I now find that a fir tree, used by the Alis surname, is also in the Spanish Calles Coat!" The idea there included GALLUS AnonyMOUS, who spoke on a mouse/Mysi-related Pepin entity at Goplo.

The "chast" motto term of the Akis/Acheson Coat is no doubt code for the Cussane / Kissane bloodline, for the Cast/Cass/Cash Coat uses so-called "fountains, as does the Kiss/Cuss/Cush Coat. It just so happens that the latter surname was first found in Leicestershire, and uses a gold-on-white star, same as the Leirs/Leyers of Ulm!!! ASTOUNDING, for it verifies that the Piast Poles and Hungarians were of the same cloth. (I've been wondering for weeks why Hungarians should be working into Freemasonry's cradle, where the Mieszko Poles represent the very infant.)

Lures also use the gold star and are for other reasons looking like Leis/Leyers (grail cup in Crest). As these were linked to Lawries (grail cup) and related Lorraines, it can't be coincidental that bot Lorraines and Speccots use the Arms of Baden. The Lure motto is "Spectomur agendo," you see. Codework everywhere, the liars have been very busy over the centuries. Didn't I trace the dragon at Baden to Bernicians? Yes, and that why we find Speccots said to be from a "Gosbert from Theobaold FitzBerner, a Norman noble, who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086."

We naturally want to see the Berner Coat, where we find just gold and green colors, those also of the Herods/Hurls, a sept of McLeods. The Lures are also a sept of McLeods. Therefore, we now know that Lures and Berners were from Herods/Hurls. Just trust the direction of heraldry because it's very meticulous and reliable. Didn't heraldry cause me to identify the Herod bloodline with Heards and Heres? The Berner write-up: "The Berner surname comes from the Norman given name Bernier, which is Germanic in origin, coming from 'bern' meaning 'bear,' and 'hari,' or 'army.'" We can assume now that other write-up tracing to hari=army are code for Herod bloodlines.

IMPORTANT HERE. "They are believed to be descended from Hugh de Berniers in Normandy near Falaise." Yet, the Berniers/Barniers were first found in dauphine...where the Valerys were first found who were recently traced to the Valois/Valais and therefore Falaise entities.

By what rockincidence could it be that Bettys were first found in ROXburghshire while the Fallis Coat uses trefoils, symbol (says me) of the RoqueFEUILs of Languedoc (Dauphine theater)? Why do Rock(er)s/Rookers use the trefoil and the colors of the Herod/Hurl and Berner Coats?

Wasn't mythical Kay part of the Arthurian grail cult? Aren't the muzzled MacKAY bears symbol for bear-depicted Berwickshire, where bear-depicted Arthurs were first found? Didn't I trace Kays/Keys to grail-using Shaws/Shays/Sheaves because Italian Sheaves/Chaves use keys? Why is it that French Berniers/Barneys use, not only a key, but the white-on-blue fish that crops up over and over again? Didn't I trace Bars, who use white-on-blue fish, to the bear lines? Whose gold star is that in the Betty Crest?

Bamm! Bamm! It's the Lure and Leir star! Bettys use keys in colors reversed to the Barney Key. Yes, Barney and Betty Rubble come to mind as codes used by Hanna-Barbera. I've traced "Rubble" to the Ribble river (Yorkshire / Lancashire), but at the time didn't know that the Ribble Shield is also the Hare and Fisher Shields! German Fishers/Fischers use the Bernier/Barney fish.

As Bettys use mascles, by what rubble-incidence is it that Rebels/Robels use the Masci wing? Didn't we see that Robins and related Robers traced to Rollo's (and Poppa of Valois') links to Valerius Gratus? Here we now find that Barneys are from the Falaise sector of the Valerius bloodline, and then the Falaise's married the Rollo line...that was wealthy enough to take a good chunk of France, and then share the spoils widely of the English conquest?

It's known that Herluin de Conteville, who smacks of the Hurl/ Herrel variations of the Herods and McLeods, married the mother of the Conqueror (son of Robert I), the woman who was the Falaise bloodline mentioned above. Doesn't this trace Herods to a marriage with the Valerius line of Rollo? Herluin de Conteville was a Burgo, and then the French Burgs (Languedoc) use a moline cross...with the same-shaped ends as the Rooker rooks. Rookers were just traced to, not only Roquefeuils of Languedoc, but to the Valery surname. The Conqueror's mother, named HERLeva, should herself trace to Herods and the Rockefeller bloodline. It's assumed here that "Roque" was a version of "Rus(k)i/Redone," not forgetting the "Herod" should trace to "Rhode."

BUT, as I trace Burgs/Burgos to "Burgundy," isn't that where Pilates were first found? As piles are used by Guiscards, and as the latter was also of the Rollo line, it speaks for itself. But Guiscards were from TANcreds, while the Rollo line was at least part Dane...while the Conqueror's mother was daughter to "the tanner of Falaise."

One of the Conqueror's sons, Richard, duke of Bernay. That's Barney Rubble. The Conqueror's wife: Matilda of Flanders. THEN, WILMa and Fred FLINTstone, codes for the Vlaams/Flemings, founders of FLANDers, but code also of FLINTshire of the Ribble-river theater...smack beside the mascle-using bloodlines of Cheshire. Ranulf le Meschin, on his Gos/Gois side, was himself descended from Herluin of Conteville/Burgo. Didn't we just read above that the Lures (Ligurians) that were Speccots were from "Gosbert from Theobaold FitzBerner, a Norman noble? Le-Meschin was of the Gos line married to Hugh D'Avraches, and I trace "Avrances" to "Varang(ian)" and "Bernic(ia)," and all the way back to the bear line of Zahringers and Veringen of Baden.

By what bearincidences are they that the Barney/Bernaye Coat use a red bend, the only symbol in the Arms of Baden, and that Speccots use a red bend (with frets) on the same golds background as the Arms of Baden? Isn't it clear that fish-using Barneys were fish-using Bars of Bar-le-Duc, themselves from Baden's proto-Varangian vikings? Is this anything to honor? Is this anything for a man to give his life to when committing to causes of Freemasony? Where is the man stupid enough to carry out the "charitable" work of Freemasons? Ask the Shriners.

Back to the Bush/Busch and Bosch "fish," also white on blue. We saw that Bushes and Mosels both use the black boars that are assumed to be code for Esau-ites. When I first started to emphasize Boscath, I traced it tentatively to "Bosch." You must realize by now that it's no coincidence that "Bush" smacks of Bozrah, the capital city of Esau. That's how important Tim's tip was that the book of Enoch told of Esau's black-boar symbol. It's online for all to read. We imagine that a Busher surname should be from "BOZRah," and there we find Boscher and Buscher variations. I'm not forgetting my trace to Boscath to the Catti of Esau-like Hesse, for we have just traced the Bushes of the Moselle river to the Batavi near Koblenz.

I've traced Batavi to Bute, and that's what Bothwells were named after. We then find more black boars in the Booth Coat. The Butter Coat used hearts (code now assumed for Herod-branch Edomites), and the Butter surname was first found in Fife and Perthshire, the birthplace (it'll be assumed for the time being) of Pontius Pilate. I trace Veys/Vivians of Fife elements to Bute.

Look at the Bus(c)her write-up: "Busher may have also been a nickname derived from the Old French phrase beau-sire, which means fair sir, and is an address of respect or courtesy." Are not "sire" and "sir" now recognizable as code for Seir??? Didn't the Bush Crest use a goat...that I traced to shaggy Seir? As Esau was shaggy/hairy (according to Genesis), doesn't it follow that Seir was named after Esau-ites? By what seirincidence is it that Bus(c)hers were first found in Dorset, where Russells were found who not only trace to Redones, but use "Che sara sara"? Can't you just smell the Herod blood in the arteries of the Russells? Don't Russells also use a goat in Crest?

NOW BEHOLD. The "sire" term smacks of the Shire surname, which was linked to the "shire reeve" phrase said to give birth to "sheriff"...and therefore to the Sheriff surname. The Scherfs, whom the president Bush's truly were, were traced a few updates ago to Sheriffs. If that's not enough, the Reeve Coat uses white roses, the symbol in the Arms of bar-le-Duc to which Bushes have just been traced. But the roses in those Arms use stems, just like the red roses in the similar Scherf and Walker Coats. You can be sure that this heraldic evidence proves the deathbed confession of a Nazi (with Skore-like German surname) to be true.

I therefore declare that the United States was ruled by Esau-ites and Nazis under the Bushes, making sense where Esau-ites are expected to despise Israel's fortunes. It was president Bush Jr. who started the diplomatic movement in the United States toward a Palestinian state, as if, one step at a time, the purpose is to dismantle Israel.

The write-up of the Shire surname (black talbot in Crest expected to link to SARacen-related Carricks) traces to Esau-like "Essira" as perhaps the "original spelling." The sara-using Russel write-up traces to the "Marshall of England," and then the Reeves motto shows a Nimo-like term (Animum") that could be code for the Nimo/NewMARSH surname, not forgetting that the Marshall surname is said to be a variation of the Keiths (whom were Catti of Lotan-like Lothian) that I trace to Hesse. Tim was largely responsible for bringing me this far toward identifying the Edomites in Freemasonry, and it has turned out to be one incredible revelation.

We find a canned statement in the Reeve write-up, found elsewhere too" "This is attested to by the continuing appearance of occupational suffixes at the end of many English surnames. Some of these suffixes include: herd, monger, maker, hewer, smith and wright." Doesn't that now strike us as a small list of known codes for Herods and/or Edomites? "Maker" smacks of the Kilpatrick/Shera (DUMfries) motto, "I make sure," traced to Surrey elements, where Shires were first found. Irish Kilpatricks, from Esau-like Ossory, use a white saltire, as do Scottish walkers, and then English Kilpatricks use a saltire in the colors of the Maxwell/MAKESwell saltire.

The "wright" term found in the list above recalls the kettle hats used by Whites...and Reeves. The Herds use hearts as do Butteri-branch Butters, and Kilpatricks were Butteri that no doubt link to the black-on-white cross of the Butters. It's now the next morning, and the first thing I did was to enter "Mickle" (don't ever recall doing so) as per the Sure/Shore write-up: "First found in Derbyshire at Mickleover". The Mickle Coat just happens to use the same spurs as the Akis surname that was "accidentally" bumped into shortly above! That now traces the Mickles, Kilpatricks, or at least their Sheera and Sures/Shores, to Miecislaw = Mieszko!

The Mickles/Meikles have this in their write-up: "Meikle Pap, a mountain in North East Scotland." Is that not from mythical Popiel, as he was code for Papes??? Of course. Meickles use the Keith motto ("Vincit veritas"), and Keiths lived around MUSSELburg, a term like "Moselle" and "SiemoMYSL. I checked the last update for who else uses the Keith motto, and it turned out to be the Alis surname that was the one which "accidentally" brought up the "Akis." The Alis bear are MUZZLED, and of course they are muzzled with what one normally muzzles horses. We now have a definite trace of Alis' to the Mieszko Poles, and a supportive reason for tracing Alis' to Pavia/Papia near the Alessandria border.

In the last update, I had also written: "Keiths use "vincit" and Kettles use "Bono vince malum..." Remember, I identify the Kilpatrick and Maxwell Makeswell saltire as a symbol of skull-and-bones vikings/Templars, and there in the Meickle Crest is the Crusader cross used by Godfrey de Bouillon and the flag of Templar Jerusalem. Creepy. The same Crest as the Meikles is used by Balders/Bathersteins (Lothian, where Keiths lived), using a black-on-white cross, that of the Lothian Sinclairs. But then the same cross is used by Butters of the Aberdeen theater -- first found in Fife and Perthshire to be exact -- and then the Meiks/Meeks ("Jungor" motto term) were first found in....Fife!!

We can't leave Mickey Mouse out of this discussion, and so by what coincidence were the Mickeys/Mitchies first found in Aberdeen?

The Bone/Bonne Coat uses the Botter bend, colors reversed to the Leslie bend, significant below. The French-Bone dolphin design is used by Hollys, and the latter's torteux trace to Tortona (Alessandria), exactly where the Ulm Hungarians and Goplo Poles both traced.

The Keith stag may now be traced to Ulm elements, noting also that while Leslie-branch Hungarians were in Aberdeenshire, the Meickle write-up also mentions a "Meikle Loch is an inland loch in Aberdeenshire". It just so happens that Siemowit's son, Lestko, father of Siemomysl, smacks of the Leslies! It may suggest that the grandfather of Andrew I of Hungary, Michael, is where the Leslies came from, for Michael "Michael's wife Adelajda of Poland (– aft. 997), daughter or sister of Mieszko I of Poland." In other words, Leslies may not have been Hungarians but Mieszko Poles!

I did trace Leslies to a Lesna location in Poland. In particular to Podkowa Lesna because I was sure I saw a Leslie Coat using horseshoe and nail rather than the "buckles" now shown at "Podkowa" means "horseshoe." There is also a Lesna in Upper Lusatia near the Kwisa / Queis river. Remember, Leslies use a bend in colors reversed to Italian Botters. I had recently traced the Leslie Coat to the Save Coat and therefore to the Leslie-like location at the source of the Sava river (Croatia), but then I traced "Piast" to "Bistue" on a tributary of the Sava, where also the Maezaei lived.

I had noted that the Arms of Podkowa Lesna was a white-on-red horseshoe, the colors of the Traby/Sadowski 'Q,' and that tends to trace the 'Q' to "Queis." The 'Q' of the Traby/Sadowskis was used also by a Sark-like Polish clan (can't recall the spelling), and then there was found online that Sadowskis had been related to Gastons. The latter surname brings up a clan first found in Surrey, and entering "Sark" brings up the Surrey surname. Both Gastons and Sarks/Surreys use what i consider to be the red and white Hohen checks, the colors of the Traby/Sadowski 'Q' and Arms of Podkowa Lesna. The latter location is in the Mazowiecki county (white on red pheons!) of the Masovian Voivodeship.

By what mickincidence is it that the Meschin-related Michaels/Mitchells (mascles, scallops) were first found in Surrey? Micks/Mikulas were first found in Silesia, Poland. Mickles/Meickles were early, "Mukill."

The Skulls (from Eschol of Hebron), who use a version of the Bone Coat, use a white-on-red bend. Scholes use what I assume are black-and-white Cohen checks...and another Crusader cross in the Crest, providing the possibility of tracing Meikles to Hebron, just as is expected of the Piast Poles. Let me remind that Dutch Bones use the Hebron chevron. Also, when I was at first learning that Kilpatricks traced to Butteri elements that I guessed were in Boscath (Hebron), I found a make-like location linked to Hebron elements that had escaped into Philistine territory. I can't recall the name/spelling of the place.

I'm suggesting that the "make" motto term of Kilpatricks traces to the Meikles and Meiks/Meeks, and yet there is another way to trace Kilpatricks to the Mieszko line, but way of their so-called "cushions," code certainly for the Patterson/Cussane bloodline. This would be a good place to tell that a double-headed eagle is used by both Akis' and Mickeys.

Hmm, Meikles were first found in DERBYshire, where I trace a branch of Trabys. It just so happens that the Akis/Acheson surname (using the Meickle spur) linked to both ChosCISko and Ulm elements, the latter being the roots of Hungarians. Let's not forget the Hungarian Csikos horse masters, and the (related?) Hussians. The Kissing Coat uses three gold symbols on a blue bend, as does the Leslie Coat, and then Kissingers trace to Poland. Kissings are shown as "Gissing," a little like "Kwisa" and the Gewisse term (early name of Wessex Saxons) to which I trace it.

Re-visiting the question of whether Hussians were Esau-ites, the Bible reveals Esau as a hunter, and then Hussians were expert bowmen on horses. Hungarian foundations are often depicted with "ten arrows."

By what coincidence is it that Wessex (Hampshire theater) uses a white-on-red horse (the "Saxon horse"), the colors of what appeared to be Kwisa / Queis elements of Trabys? The Arms of Traby are black bugles (or "hunting horns") with gold stripes, the strings of which look like code for 666, and then the Meickle bugle is black on gold Shield? Does this trace the lovers of 666 to Mieszko and related Ulm elements? Didn't God show me, starting some two years before I arrived to the Mouse Tower this month, that the anti-Christ system will be a mouse entity?

In the Traby list of surnames (link above), there are seen Chas terms, Czas terms, Ciecicza, Miekicki and Miekiski.

The Meickles were first found in Liddesdale, and then spurs are found also in the white-on-red Liddell Coat. That can't be coincidental. "Liddesdale, the valley of the Liddel Water, in the County of Roxburgh..." Maxwells/Makeswells were first in Roxburghshire, and behold the Skull bend is used in the Liddle Coat, adding solid evidence to the theory that the Maxwell saltire is code for Skull and Bones. Nearby and related Kilpatricks were "First found in Dumfriesshire at Closeburn," and then the Close/Clovse Coat uses...spurs.

The Ladd Coat is too much like the Michael/Mitchell and Meschin Coats for Ladds not to be Liddell elements. It suggests the Ladon dragon of Hesperides, does it not? Read on.

The Liddell motto uses, "Hinc," and then the Hink saltire was traced to the Italian Latin/Latoni saltire i.e. to Butteri elements. While I was on the gold-on-blue Leslie buckles, the gold-on-blue Spalding buckles had come to mind, but I wasn't going to mention it...until now. The Spalding motto term, "Hinc," is what discovered the Hink link to the Latins with some certainty. It was by way of tracing Spaldings to Hesperides that Hinks were traced solidly to Ladon-rooted Latins. Therefore, the Mieszko Poles in the form of Mickles/Meikles were amongst the Ladon bloodline in Liddesdale.

As Mickles are also "Mickl," the SiemoMYSL code is evoked, and that for me traces to Musselburgh of Ladon-like Lothian. Ladds use scallops, the Samson and Meschin symbol.

Littles/Littells were first found in Roxburghshire too, and use a saltire in colors reversed from the Maxwell and Kilpatrick saltires. Kilpatricks were first found, near Roxburghshire, in Dumfries, and moreover the Irish Kilpatricks use their saltire in the colors of the Littles/Littells, more reason yet to trace Patricks to Mieszko Poles.

Spaldings use a black "pale," and then the Pale Crest is what looks like the camel design of the Butteri-rooted Pattersons (the ones shown as Cussanes and Kissanes tracing to Choscisko, great-grandfather of Lestko. I had traced Scottish Pattersons (pelicans) by multiple methods to Hungarians, especially Drummonds...who came to Scotland with Leslies. As Drummonds were first in Perthshire, and as their Scottish links have been linked to the Pilate line out of Perthshire, it begs the question of whether "pale" (and pelican?) is yet another Pilate-line symbol?

In the Patterson-Hungarian picture, the Patterson lion looks like a version of the black-on-white Ulman lion, not at all restricting it to the Ulmans. The Patterson/Cussane write-up traces to "Sodhans," and then the Sodan Coat uses scallops in colors reversed to the Patterson scallops. Moreover, I can now see that the Sodan Coat belongs to the Lures and Leirs!!! Those exclamatons are for the Leirs being first found in Ulm, yet I hadn't seen the Sodan Coat again when suggesting Cussane links to Ulmans.

As Mickeys are Mitchies while Michaels are Mitchells, what about the fact that the Patterson lion exactly is used by Mittels/Middles?

As it was emailer Patterson who wrote in concerning the Augers that started the trace of Hungarian roots (i.e. Almos, who I hadn't yet known was from Ulm) to the Po river, I should add that the same motto is used by Lures!!! My excitement there is because it reinforces the Almos trace to the Po, namely to the Euganeo (in Padova, like "Podkowa" theater. I'll repeat that I've lost the evidence for a proto-Leslie surname in Padova, but I do see that Lures and Leirs (and their McLeod patriarchs) use Leslie blue-on-white. I note that the Auger lion is in the colors of the Irish-Leslie lion, and that the latter has the same style as the Patterson/Cussane lion. The Ferrari lion is coming to mind, of a clan in the Po theater and first found in Venice .

"Auger" compares excellently with the Akis surname, the latter shown properly as "Acher(son)." The latter's Atcherson and Aitcheson variations smack of the Etches variation of the Augers (shown also as "Agars/Eagar.").

The gold star used by Leirs, Lures and Sodhans must be the same of the one in the Kiss Coat. Again, the latter's Crest has the red Akis rooster, and Kiss' were first found where king Leir had his titles. Again, the "chast" motto term of the Akis' is code for the "fountains" on a black chevron of the Cast/Cass surname, and the same fountains on a black chevron are used by Kiss'. The Fontana surname (in Ferrari colors) were first found in Bologne, which is the Ferrara theater where Ferraris ought to trace. The Portuguese Ferrari Coat used three blue horseshoes on a gold bend, colors reversed to the Leslie buckles (Ferrari colors) on their blue bend.

With this novel trace of Pattersons to Ferraris, I expect that the Patrician root of "Patterson" should link to Ferraris. That is, Italian/Latin terms for "father," as for example, "pater," should link to Ferraris, or so was my thinking when I took another look at the Pope/Pape Coat to find a Coat like the Portuguese Ferrari Coat. The Italian Pappa Coat shows a version of the Ferrari lion. Not only Texan cowboys, but Italians call their fathers, "papa."

The early idea of "pater=father" meant "rock," as for example "Peter" the "rock," or Cephas the Greek rock, though the Greek "cephas" also means, "head." The idea is that the father is the rock. It can be shown that "Pharisee" was a father-rock idea, which adds meaning to Jesus the Rock, which term he may have used in the faces of Pharisees. The French "pere" is a father term, akin to "pater" and Pierre=Peter." I therefore thought it was interesting to find the same oak tree of the Spanish Padre/Padron Coat in the Italian Paris Coat, and that Coat happens to be yet another near-reflection of the Portuguese Ferrari and Pope/Pape Coats. The French Pierre Coat even uses the Ferrari lion and a bend in the colors of the Portuguese Ferrari bend! None of this was known when the father>Ferrari idea struck me moments ago. The lion of the Spanish Paris Coat even stands on the Roque rock.

If it's correct to trace Pharisees to the Parisii grail cult, therein we have a Pharisee=father possibility. Can we see a FERR link to PHAR??? Vere-y interestink!

Later, I also found that the Peter Coat smacks of the Michaels/Mitchells that were just traced to the Mieszko Poles. Recall Popiel at the Mouse Tower. The Coat above shows the Michael mascles and an ostrich, symbol of Trabys. The other English Peter Coat is a gold-on-blue bar, same as Portuguese Ferraris and French Pierres.

The English Farris Coat uses gold horseshoes on a red bend, and another ostrich in Crest...with a horseshoe. Scottish Farris' are also "Ferris" and "Fergus." The Fergus write-up speaks on a "Fergustus Pictus who went to Rome in 721 AD," bringing to mind my inclination to link Pharisees to the reported birth of Pontius Pilate by a Pict mother.

The problem or key is, a Roman ambassador in Perthshire at about the time of Jesus' birth was Pilate's father, by which time Pharisees were already in Israel. Yet remember, Sadducees smack of the Sitheck root of the Perthshire Shaws/Sheaves from the Sheaves/Chaves, who smack of "Caiaphas." The finger is now pointing to the Ferrari>Farris>Fergus bloodline of Pictland as the founding bloodline of Pharisees in times prior to the birth of Pilate. I'm not forgetting that I trace Picts to the Pyxites river in the Trabzon land of the metal-making Khaldi...who I trace to Caledonians of Scotland, whom I've recently pegged as the mothering line of Pontius Pilate. We are in the Pontus theater, beside Cappadocia, when in the Trabzon area.

Recall the trace of the Pilate line to Ayrshire and Argyllshire, for in the Ferguson write-up: "First found in Galloway [think the Galli metal makers], where they were descended from the Prince of Galloway who married the daughter of Henry I of England [= the Sinclair = Valerius line)...In Argyll, where the Ferguson Clan is particularly numerous...The Fergussons of Perthshire were recognized as the principal Highland branch of the Clan and the chieftainship belonged to the Dunfallandy family, the head of which was designated "MacFhearghuis." I had traced Pilate to the Callus/Coles/Auls branch of Galls/Gallus', first found in Argyllshire.

I trace mythical Meleager and Atalanta from Calydon / Aetolia to Caledonians, and as Atlas>Atlantis had to do with the Hesperides, what's that "asperis" term doing in the Ferguson motto???

Remember, Spaldings, traced some weeks ago to Hesperides, use buckles, and then we see a buckle in the Ferguson Coat!!! I'm assuming the buckle is surrounded by the Speer boar heads. If "Speer" was of HeSPERrides elements, then Hesperides, and Ladons of Hesperides, can be traced to the Spree river, LUSatia/LUZica. In my book, Ladon and the Lazi were one. But as we saw that Spaldings trace to the Latin/Latoni surname, one has reason to trace Lusatians to Latins...of Lazio.

The thistle in the Ferguson Crest was traced to the Rollo-Valerius bloodline.

Check out the description of the Irish Ferguson Crest: "A hand couped below the elbow holding the upper part of a broken lance." Speers use spears amongst their boar heads, and moreover I think I've just realized that the red-on-white star in the center of the Speer Chief is the Callus/Coles/Aul star. Did you happen to notice that Irish Fergusons are also "Ferris" and that they use the lion of the Italian Ferrari Coat? by what father-incidence is it that we read a "rock" code in the Ferguson write-up: "Fearghus was the name of an early Irish mythological King of Ulster, a valiant warrior said to have been shipwrecked off the coast of Northern Ireland c. AD 320, at the place known as Carrickfergus ('rock of Fergus')."

"Rock of Fergus" the back side of the writer's donkey. It's instead code for the Carricks (ostrich!) of Ayrshire, whose Kerrick branch who lived at a Prestbury location and had a Priestly/Presley branch now HIGHLY suspect as the line to the high priests of Israel. The "paratus" motto term of the Kerricks is like "praeter," which means "head" of "chief" and is used by my mother to indicate her Catholic priest.

Come on, world, I'm not making this up. Before I got to the Kerrick priesthood here, I had already traced the Fergus bloodline to Pharisees, not much more than an hour ago. The question is, how did the fathers of Caiaphas get from the Shaws of Perthshire and Ayrshire to Israel? That's what I want to know. If God has in mind to reveal this to the world, I'm his rolled out carpet. Walk right over me and make the Announcement.

Did we note the pheon-like "bien" term of the Carricks? To help prove that the "non" motto term is at least sometimes code for the Non/Niven surname, the Kerricks use "Nun" and "non," and then we find the Non/Niven surname (Pilate colors) first found in Ayrshire, where Carricks were first found. That's a palm branch we see in the Non/Niven Coat. In the last update, Nons/Nivens were traced to the kingdom of Navonia, and it was itself traced to Shaws? More coincidence? I didn't force that trace of the Nons/Nivens; I'm not here to push any theory, but to get to the truth. If I go off course at any point, it's to my own waste of time and work.

Nons/Nivens use "Vivas sperandum" for a motto. You get it. But for your information, the motto term links to the Craig line of the Carricks, whom are shown below to be a part of the Pharisee line.

The Nieve surname was just recalled that I tend to trace to Nevers (Nievre department), France, in Burgundy where French Pilates were first found. It was first found in Angus, beside Fife, where i trace the "Vivis" term of the Nons/Nivens. Nevers was traced by me to Egyptians pharaohs, and so I note now that Nevers is in the commune of Chateau-Chinon, smacking of pharaoh Khyan. I wouldn't have mentioned it had it not been for the departement of Yonne, beside Nievre, for Khyan's son was Yanassi. He may have had other Yanassis in his family. I trace AkhenAten, an Egyptian pharaoh married to NEFERtiti, to Autun of the Nevers theater. I've entertained in the past that "AKHEN(aten)" was related to "Khyan," but that was before finding this evidence that Khyan's bloodlines may have been living next to Nevers.

In the last update, the Non-Niven surname was traced to Quwe in Cilicia, where Khyan elements were, by linkage to Shaws. I then found the Nevers surname using a "quae" motto term, and that Nevers surname happens to be the Nieve surname ("leaves" in Crest) too.

The point is, I think Navonia and Nevers trace to Novara on the Po, home of the Laevi that can be suspected as the Ananias>Caiaphas bloodline. Yes, this was a topic in the previous Non/Niven discussion, but now we have the additional finding that Nons/Nivens were of a Kerrick priesthood. I'm not saying necessarily saying that Kerricks and Carricks were priests of any kind, though I suspect their ancestry and/or their family connections were linked to a priesthood, even to the satanic Israeli priesthood.

Did you note the black-on-white cross of the Nevers/Nieves? It's traced to Sinclairs and Balders, Templars, and to Hebron of old Israel. And Sinclairs were from Valerius, the Roman governor of Judea immediately before Pilate. Who was it that gave Pharisees power in Israel, anyway, during or just before the time of Valerius? Who was it that gave Ananias the high priesthood?

I missed it in the last update, when the Destons of Navonia were traced to Estons and therefore to the Estes. I missed the "honESTES" motto term of the Nevers/Nievres. We now have a good idea of what that motto term links to anytime we find it.

More good news. I believe it was a "stalk" motto term that got me on the Stock surname in the last update. The surname was traced lightly both to the Mouse Tower and to the Almos bloodline, at which time I had not yet found the Ulm and Ulman topic. I now find that the Stock/Stokes Coat (from Stock, near Caen) uses a two-tailed version of the Ulman lion, in colors reversed even. Moreover, the Stock motto uses "qui."

The Stock/Stokes lion is in Nevers/Nieve colors, and the Nevers/Nieve-Crest description: "A gold lily with green stalk and leaves." Qui-incidence? Why do the related Stacks use their lion on red, so as to match the Traby "Q". Could it ultimately trace to Quwe?

Looking now for the particular priesthood of the Kerricks of Prestbury, we find a martin in the Prest/Priest Crest, symbol of Myrddin=Merlin, the magician highly suspect as code for Druid priests. The God of Israel doesn't like Druids very much. We find estoiles in the Prest/Priest Chief, jibing with the Est/East elements to which the Navonia Destons were traced (Destons/Testons use estoiles too). Aside from the Chief, there's nothing but a black Shield in the Prest/Priest Coat, making a Druid statement in itself, I suppose. Kerricks use a black Shield and only a black symbol that's variant to the Priestly/Presley "grappling hook."

Hmm, I now see that Priestlys have a broken spear in the Crest, a symbol that we just saw in the Ferguson surname that was traced to "Pharisee." You see, the so-called "spear of destiny" may just be code for the murderers of Jesus Christ, Pharisees included.

I've shown that Graps/Grabbers/Cravers are in Carrick colors and suspect as Gareb elements, especially from Grabfeld, Germany, home of Poppo, founder of Babenbergs...whom I trace to Pappenheims and Pepins...and to Paphlagonians, and to pharaoh Apophis before that, successor of Khyan. Have we noted that "pharaoh" and "Ferrari>Pharisee" are similar. Just saying.

Both the German Babe/Babel Coat and the Prestbury Coat use Melusine. Prestbury should apply to Carricks because it's smack beside Ayr. Prudes/Prydes (curved fish) were first found nearby in Lanarkshire. French Prates/Prats (Auvergne) are in Carrick black-on-gold.

Belgian Praets/Pratts use the Annan(dale) saltire and should for that reason trace to the Ananias bloodline. I realize that these bloodlines may have been descended from Ananias and Caiaphas rather than ancestral, but some intuitive thing keeps me seeking their ancestry in Scotland. It was expected in the Vere Picts in the last update or two, and now it has been found in the Fears and Fergus'. Entering "Phar" gets the Farrs using the Annan(dale) saltire in colors reversed!

There's a ForFAR surname of Forfarshire beside Fife, and so let's not forget the trace to the Phyfe variation of the Fifes to Pavia/Pavia, on the Ticino river where the Laevi (and probably some Ananes) lived. The Forfar Coat uses gold boar heads, the same as the Fergusons. It was mentioned above that Craigs were at the root of Carricks, and so see the same boar heads in the Gordon Coat, for Craigs are said to have been "frequently associated with the Gordons". As the Speers also use the boar heads in gold-on-blue, perhaps these clans don't trace to the spear of destiny but rather to Hesperides.

Years ago, I traced the "elvin" term for the Melusine cult of the Veres to king "Alpin," and it just so happens that the Fergus clan took over the Pict kingdom of a king Alpin.

The Vere "nihil" motto term is code for Neils/Nihills, and the latter use three red-on-white estoiles in Chief just like the Press'/Prests. That is no prestincidence. We know that Veres of the dragon kind proudly link themselves to Melusine-related Picts. The Neil/Nihill Coat uses the Fergus red-on-white lion, obviously.

The footless martins of the Press/Prest Crest are found in the English Praet/Pratt Coat.

Who are these objects of humanity's wrath? Why do they insist on gambling their resources for world rule? How sick are their souls that they should strive to intervene on such a magnificent thing as the creation of human souls, placed conveniently on a super-ball filled with miraculous air and floating in a vast universe the ends of which extend into the realm of God? What arrogant fools would intervene on such a thing?

They say that man cannot leave things in the hands of God, that man must take up the issue of man, and pave the way forward on his behalf. But, hopelessly filled with desire, no man starting a good venture could contain his evil nature. The pull of desire will overcome him, and he will fall to it. He will serve self rather than man, especially when he sees that others are selfish below their imagery lines. The only hope is for the ailing souls to beg God for a cure, and God will intervene for those men. But, true, there is no use giving up the affairs of mankind to God if men are not looking to Him, for God will then remain "checked out," which describes the dark color of history by and large.

The following is a developing story, and other articles on the subject can be accessed at the page. The question is whether the U.S. military -- under Obama's wink or order -- will pick a fight with Iran sufficient to require US soldiers to remain in the Middle East? If that turns out to be true, we will need to see Iraq's response.


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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