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September 13 - 19, 2011

The Vantastic Hunt for Nazi Spy Rings in America of the Scherff Kind
Which Way Did They Go?
Shucks, Just Ask the Sheriffs of Warwick
Nim-Rhodian Invasion of the Jerusalem Post by Conrad Black and other Shakers

If you downloaded the last update on Monday and didn't re-load again, you missed some important points near the end that were added on Tuesday morning. Part of what was added was: "Checking for Scherfs in Washington state, there is one Katrina Scherff shown with multiple Duncan relatives! In fact, Katrina is shown suggestively as a Duncan herself. What's VERY SUSPICIOUS is that she is shown with a Pierce relative. Didn't president George Bush=Scherff marry a Barbara Pierce??? Yes, he did. She was born in the Queens, New York, near the New York Scheriffs mentioned earlier.

If you're interested in reading the other additions in that update, search for "Settle" to get to the spot.

I showed the Candice Pierce page (because it she who was listed as a Duncan and/or a Duncan relative) but did not mention the Davis surname on that page. Before finding it, I was planning on doing a search for a brother of Obama's in Washington, in case Frank Marshall Davis and Obama's mother had another son.

If the questions are, what peoples, and from where, furnished the "shire reeve" = Sherriff surname, we see that the Sherriff motto term is "videri," what I thought should be the same as fedari-like motto terms, or code for Foetes in Bavaria. The Federov/Federoff surname (Russian) came to mind at this point, which has no Coat showing but does have a write-up, tracing to "God's gift." Assuming that to be code, "Gift" was entered to find yet a fourth "quam" motto term (three others were found in the last update, and Sheriffs themselves use it. Sheriffs use "Esse quam videri," while Gifts us "Malo mori quam foedari."

Already we have reason to trace to the Paines who use "Malo mori" too. But look at who the Gift are: the Giffords with Sinclair rooster. As we saw Lancaster come up storing in the last update's treatment on what seemed like Sherriff-related clans, so the Giffords were first found in Lancashire. That could then explain why Sherriffs use red roses (the Lancashire symbol).

As the "Malo mori" term is traced to Malahule (grandfather of Balso D'Espaines whom I trace to the Paine surname), let me now remind that I traced the Malahule line to the Altmuhl theater (Bavaria), near the mouth of the Lech river on which Foetes is found. In the Altmuhl theater, there is a Weissingen location where the Pappenheim "kettle hats" show up, and it just so happens that kettle hats (also called "vair" fur) are used (in gold and blue) by the Reeve Coat? Sheriffincidence?

That is an excellent set of clues because Giff-like terms were traced to where Pappen-like terms were traced (in the last update), to the Pepinids (perhaps even proto-Pepinids) at Papia=Pavia, near Gavi of the Peidmont theater, not forgetting that foot-like Foetes uses "feet" in its Arms while "Piedmont" translates literally as "foot (of) mountain."

Recalling the idea that lozenges (Bavaria symbol in Pappenheim-kettle-hat colors) may have been eggs, and therefore code for the Rod-egg cult, it is reminded that Reeves use a Nimrod-like term. Secondly, the Gifts/Giffords use white lozenges, the color of eggs. While German Gifts/Giffeys use a split Shield in blue and white, German Eggs (Bavaria) use a split Shield in blue and white while English Eggs use a split Shield with white-on-part-black, the colors of the Gift/Gifford lozenges.

The German Gift/Giffey write-up: "The distinguished German surname Gift is of two possible origins. Firstly, the name is derived from 'Gifhorn,' the name of a town in the region of Hanover...Alternatively, the name may be derived from the Old High German 'geba,' meaning 'to give.'" That should be code for the Given surname because it uses white-on-blue swans. German Gifts/Giffeys use a 'G' in their Coat, as do the Gabriels, and who knows but that the 'G' in the Freemasonic logo could be in honor of these Gavi-suspect clans.

SHOCKER! Entering "Giver" brings up the Ivar Coat with "Numquam" motto term, what looks like a Nimrod-quam combo. By what swancidence is it that "Quam" was found (in the last update) to bring up the Queen/Swan surname (uses "faithful" motto term, code for Foetes in my opinion). Also in the last update, the quam motto term was found to be code for Cambridges, and the Cambridge Coat uses white-on-blue swans, identical to the swans in the Given Coat!!! AND, like the Sherriffs, the Cambridge motto is "Esse quam videri"!!!!!

The Quam/Queen/Swan surname uses the motto, "Constant and faithful." It just so happens that the Constance region of Germany is very near Foetes. There is a Faithful/Feyth surname using white-on-black roundels that could, once again, be code for eggs. The roundels show ermines (another so-called fur) inside them, the symbol inside the white-on-black lozenges of the Gifts/Giffords. As Giffords were found to be Sinclairs, so the engrailed Sinclair cross is used as a saltire by the Faithfuls.

Faithfuls/Feyths (in the colors of the English Cranes and Stumps) use ""A crane perched on the stump of a tree proper.." We saw the patee cross come up at least three times in the (last update) in the Sherriff-kin investigation, and one of them was in the Cambridge Coat while another was in the Clapton Coat. We now find a patee cross again, in the Crane Coat, and it's not only in the colors of the Clapton patee, but the other Clapton Coat uses the wolf design of the Quams/Queens/Swans.

It needs to be addressed that Pepins were traced by their camel to Camelot elements that I equate with Chemmites of Egypt (from Kemmis locations). Shouldn't the CAMbridges stem from that bloodline? And why does the Kemmis surname use kettle hats??? The Reeves use them too with the additional red color of the Kemmis Coat thrown in, and Reeves were first found, as with Cranes, in Suffolk, beside Camulodunum. The latter location is in Essex, and then the Rivers surname (in the colors of the Reeves kettle hats) was first found in Essex.

The Rivers Coat uses two fesses "nebully," a term that I would trace to Nibelungs, whom I traced in turn to Nefertiti and pharaoh Akhenaten. The latter were related to Yuya, the pharaoh's horse master, who lived Kemmis. The Kemmis surname is also "Kenys," much like "Akhen."

"Kettle hat" was identified (by me) with AnCITEL, son of Balso D'Espaines and Poppa (!!) of Sulzburg. See the Haskell write-up.

Wikipedia's article on reeves, where it's traced to "sheriff," says that "reeve" is rooted in the Saxon term, greve/grafe, which should explain why the Sherriff Coat (not to mention the Stump Coat) uses griffins. I've never realized this before, that heraldic griffins were code for the Reeves-surname bloodline.

The Griffin surname uses at least two different styles of griffins, and a "Ne vile" (i.e. like "Nibel") motto phrase. The Neville surname (saltire in colors reversed to that of Annan(dale)s) was from Gacey, a term like the Gace variation of the proto-Washington Wassa surname (Zionist star in Neville-saltire colors). In the last update, the Sherriff investigation led not only to Washington state, but to the Dean/Dene surname using a near reflection of the Washington-surname Shield.

Nevilles were from "Sur Touques of Orne in the canton of Gacey," and then the Touque surname also uses the style of the Stump Shield with same-colored griffins. The "velis" motto term of the Nevilles gets another griffin in the ScottishVelis/Willis Coat.

It wasn't until now that the Graff surname was checked, to find a fesse nebully! It was the Rivers, suspect as Reeves=grafes, who also use nebully. As I write this paragraph, Gerri Willis is on Fox News.

Moments before seeing her, I had intended to mention the spotted leopard-like griffins of the Scottish Velis/Willis Coat "wills" motto term). I had traced the Wills to "Gyula," the name of the Khazars on the Mures river that were part-root to the Arpad Hungarians. By what coincidence is it that I also traced the heraldic leopard to the Khazars on the Mures?

"Gerald" just came to mind as a potential Graff variation. Geralds ("aboo" motto term) are also shown as Desmonds, and use the Annandale-colored saltire. As it's in colors reversed to the Neville saltire, how is it that the Griffin surname, using "Ne vile," was also first found in Munster??? THEN, compare the French Desmond Coat with the Reeve Coat. Suddenly, Sherriff -- and therefore the Scherffs / Scheriffs -- link to the MacCarthys/Artys (of Desmond elements in Munster) that trace to Carthaginians.

The Arthurian cult also traced to Carthaginians, wherefore it should be mentioned that the Willis Coat uses Arthur-Coat colors, and was first found, as with the Arthur surname, in Berwickshire.

The Desmond/Gerald Crest is a monkey, and then the MacCarthy/Arty stag is used in the Irish Mannix/Munich Coat (surname first found in Cork, where the Desmond elements under discussion live(d)). I trace the Manx/Mann bloodline that created the Arms of Foetes to the city of Munich near the mouth of the Lech river. Why do the Nazis come to mind? Compare the German Munich surname to the "Jewish" Mark/Marx Coat, not neglecting the trace above of the Sherriff-related clans to Pavia, a city founded by the Laevi and Marici (to which the Mark surname was traced in the last update).

At this point, I've got to mention a Cathian Maness, who comes up as part of the family of Michael Dein of Seattle (a topic in the last update when Scheriffs /Scherffs led to that page). Cathian was related [by marriage] to Zoe Surbrook (also mentioned in the last update), of a family of church planters. Cathian has been a long-time emailer to me and fellow post-tribber. As with other emailers placed into my life, I started to suspect that the surnames she belongs to should work into my dragon-hunt story. If you read on Julia White in the last update, she is Cathian's daughter. Julia and Michael Dein (of Seattle) are both grandchildren of Zoe. The point here is the similarity between "Maness" and "Mannix."

Entering "Maness" brings up one Man(n)ers Coat, and then entering "Maniss" gets a white and gold on green Manus/Manners Coat, the three-color scheme of the Mannix/Munich (properly "Mana(g)han") Coat. Moreover, the Manus/Manners Coat uses the gold Griffin griffin. We saw (last update) green-on-white lozenges in the Settle/Settel Coat. To prove further that the Maness/Man(n)ers surname links to the Mannix'/Munichs and MacCarthys/Artys, the stag of the latter two is used also by the Maynards...who use a "Manus" motto term. The Maynards also use "nardus," code for the Arty-branch Arthurs, apparently, for the write-up traces "Mainard" to "magin, which means strength, and hard, which means hardy..." That's got to be code for the MacCarthys/Artys. The Magin Coat (estoiles), moreover, looks like the Arthur Coat. "Magin" smacks of "Mana(g)han."

It was found in the last update that Diens/Dives (not the same as "Dein" but expected kin) use the Masci wing, and as Masci is one of my mother's bloodlines, I found it shocking that Cathian, aside from being married to a Maness surname, was apparently married to a Dein surname, for she was at one time "Cathi Dein." That's why I said, in the last update, that there should be a lot more to the Zoe-of-Washington topic than meets the eye. I began to get the impression that God wants me to link this family's surname(s) to the birth/infant details, in Seattle, of Obama, himself from the Dunhan-Masci bloodline. The Munich surname is also "Munch," and then Mascis>Masseys were of Manche (Normandy).

As per "Dien," "Tien" brings up the Thames-river surname using Covert martins in Covert-martin colors. Also, the mascles of the Tien/Thame Chief will become a re-occurring topic below. The colors of the Tiens/Thames are Vere colors, and Tiens/Thames were first found in Vere-infested Oxfordshire. The Coverts, remember, use a leopard head.

I took a shot at tracing the "Seattle" term in the last update, suggesting the Cheatles of Cheshire and the Settles/Settels, but that was before coming to the "kettle" hats in this update. The Kettle surname uses stags like the Keith stags, but I think the Keith stag is identical to the Meagan stag. The "malum" motto term of the Kettles suggests Malahule again, the Dane-Rus bloodline leading to AnCITEL. The Keiths were Catti, a term like "Cathi(an). We don't forget that "Cathy" brings up the MacCarthys/Artys to which the Maness / Maniss surname just traced.

Again, the German Mannix/Munich surname uses the MacCarthy/Arty stag, and then German Munichs/Munches use red and white checks. Cathian once introduced the Covert surname into my hunts because she is Cathian Covert Maness. She said that her Covert bloodline led to a Koffer(t)-like surname with affiliation in a Hohen noble. Hohens use red and white checks. Here's the leopard-using Covert/Coffert Coat, in Hohen (and Singletary) colors but using what I suspect are the Singletary footless martins (Dunhams also use a martin).

Then see this Martin Coat, exactly like the Washington-like Dean/Dene Coat!

The Covert/Coffert Coat is essentially identical to the Astbury Coat. I don't think it's coincidental that, while I'm tracing multiple elements of Cathian's various bloodlines to Cheshire, Astburys were first found in Cheshire too.

I definitely get the feeling that Cathian's bloodlines will reveal something important about Obama's Singletary>Dunham and Nazi-spy bloodlines in the Seattle area, but then I also predict that it will have to do with the Washington-state Scher(i)ffs.

It's important to mention here that Astbury is in relation to the Macclesfield (Cheshire), for the Macclesfield cross is for-certain linked to the similar cross in the Scottish/Moray Randolph Coat (for those who don't know, the English Randolph Coat is also the Dunham Coat). I trace Moray Randolphs back to Ranulph le Meschin, who had something important to do with Macclesfield, but then I also trace Meschin/Masculine elements to Musselburg where the Keith Catti lived who show a Mascal variation. Somehow, "Maccles" should fit into these terms.

Like the Coverts, the elephant-using English Mascals were first found in Sussex...near the Thames. Recall the mascles and Covert-colored martins of the Tien/Thames Coat, for the Arms of Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray, use diamonds (or are they mascles?) in Tien-mascle colors. I claimed that this Thomas was a Vere-Meschin, and so let's not forget the Masci wing of the Dien Coat.

Is it coincidental that while Coverts and Singletarys use the same martins, that Singetarys became martin-using Dunhams while Dunhams use a Randolph Coat??? Does anyone know who Ann Dunham spent time with while she was in Seattle. I would like to know.

The Astprey variation of the Astburys may suggest the Preys, who use the same white-on-blue bar/bend as the Chatto/Cato/Chattan and Chatan clans. I had traced "Macclesfield" (earlier "Makelesfield") to Maxwells/Makeswells (from "Maccus") (of Maxton, Roxburghshire) and/or Maxtons of Roxburghshire (I'm keeping in mind that Kilpatricks, who use the Maxwell saltire, also use a "make sure" motto phrase, and that I trace Kilpatricks to Butteri=Botters that use the same white-on-blue bend), AND THEN, the Chattan write-up: "First found in on the lands of Chatto in Roxburghshire came a family bearing this as a surname. But records also reveal that the Chattan Clan originated in Warwickshire..."

Sherriffs were first found in Warwickshire.

Let it be repeated: it's known that Obama's mother worked for Rockefellers, and that I trace the latter to "Roxburgh."

The Maxwell write-up mentions a sheriff: "Of his sons, John de Maccuswell was recorded as Great Chamberlain of Scotland, and as Sheriff of Teviotdale." I wasn't going to so much as comment on a possible Sherriff-surname link, in particular, to the sheriff of Teviotdale, UNTIL I remembered that the Shire Coat uses the black crosslets of the Davenports that are used also in the Arms of Macclesfield. The crosslets are used within the Macclesfield Coat (shown in the Arms). The idea here is that "shire reeve" evolved into the Shire surname (of Surrey) and linked to Macclesfield and related Maxwells, noting too that the maxwell-related Kilpatricks are shown as "Sheera," while Shires are also Sheres and Sheers.

SUDDENLY, I think this has identified the Scherff-surnamed Nazi as a Maxwell / Kilpatrick / Davenport / Surrey. The question then is whether other Nazis trace to the same trunk. No guff, moments AFTER writing the above sentence (i.e. with Davenports included in the list), I got to checking out the Patchy and Patchie variations of the Kilpatricks/Sheeras, finding the black Davenport and Shire/Sheer crosslet in the Patch Coat! This surname is good evidence of Daven(port) trace to "Devon," for Patches were first found in Devon. While the Kilpatrick/Sheera/Patchy Crest also shows the Levi lion, the Patch Coat uses oak leaves? Under the Peacock circumstances, the black Patch bugle horn is likely the Pollock bugle horn.

As you may know that I trace the black Kilpatrick saltire to the black skull-and-bones flag of Templar-related pirates, see the code(s) Pates/Patte write-up: "The Anglo-Saxon name Pates comes from the baptismal name for Patrick...Alternatively, the name could have been derived from the Middle English word 'pate' which meant 'head' or 'skull'." Checking the Head surname in case the head term is code for them, we find the Bute/Butt horse head once again, important because I trace (Kil)Patricks to a Butteri line to Bute.

I had traced the raven-depicted vikings (= pirates of the Templar kind) to Rothesay=Bute, and then the Pates/Patte Crest shows a black raven's wing. As the raven depicted Vikings were of Shetland, which uses a white unicorn along with a raven (in the Arms of Shetland), so the Heads/Heeds use white unicorns. A white unicorn is then the Crest of the Arms of Macclesfield. Cornicidence?

Remember here too that the Arms of Macclesfield shows a "copia" motto term that jibed with the blue-on-white lion named "Cappeo" (seen in a vision by emailer Patterson as she awoke one morning). I don't think she knew at the time that the Arms of Macclesfield used a blue-on-white lion. I ended up identifying her blue lion as the Halland/Callam lion of Yorkshire's Malcolm/MalCallam royal elements, and as the (Covert/Couvart-like) Coopers/Coupers. The point is, she and I both maintained that "Cappeo" had to do with the idea of first / chief / head.

The Pates term is new for me, entered only on a hunt for Patches kin. Curiously, the Pates/Patte Coat uses only the letter 'R'. My best shot at first glance is the Raven, or related Ralph=Rollo, surname, or perhaps the Ross clan that was very related to the Andrew>Malcolm bloodline in Ross-shire.

At the end of the Maxwell write-up, it's told that a branch of Maxwells in Renfrewshire were the Pollocks, and as Peacocks were a Maxwell and/or Pollock sept, what is that peacock doing in the Maness Crest???

LOOKIE! The Peacock motto uses "fear," the term used by the Irish Hares/Garrys who use a green lizard like the same in the Kilpatrick/Sheera Crest! Two notes: 1) Hares use a Shield like the Fishers, important below; 2) Kilpatricks/Sheeras are shown also as "Parogan" and "Parrican," like the Parisii that can link to the Fisher-King cult.

As the Patchy variation of Kilpatricks led to the Rollo vikings of Shetland>Rothesay, and as I identified those Shetland vikings in-part as proto-Stewarts of Dol, why does the Parrican-like Park Coat look like the Stewart Coat? The latter use pelicans, smacking a little of "Parogan" and "Parrican." The Park Coat uses the Keith stag head, and then Keiths/Mascals were first found in Head-like Haddington. The Haddington surname is also "Hedington," and it may use the Macclesfield cross in colors reversed. Haddington is in Lothian, where the Sinclairs of Roslin settled. The Hed(d)ing/Headon Coat is in Haddington colors and uses "Men's heads."

THEN WOW, the Mens/Menzies Coat is exactly the blank (i.e. no symbols) white Keith Shield! Mens'/Menzies' were first found in Lothian! From the last update: "The flag of Montferrat (see Tanaro link above) is just a red Chief on a blank white Shield. Blank Shields are comparatively rare in heraldry, yet the Tanner/Tannor Coat is a blank white Shield (with a Chief showing the Moor heads)." The Mens Coat is a blank-white Shield with blank red Chief!!! Suddenly, we have a Keith trace to Montferrat. AND, the Maness/Manners Chief is also a blank red.

THEN, why is the Peacock Coat a white-on-red fesse, just like the Covert fesse??? The Peacock mascles are used by the Chief of the Magins who had just traced from the Maness / Maniss bloodline. Moreover, the "Pour y" motto phrase of the Maness/Man(n)ers Coat should be code for the Purr/Pury/Burey Coat because both it and the Coverts use the same footless martins. Purrs/Purys/Bureys are in the colors of the Burrs. Poureys/Poreys look a little Pollock-ish. The Purr/Pury martins are used in the same colors by the Cobbs (elephant in crest), the Coat of which looks like a Covert version.

Hey hey, the Magins are shown properly as Finns, said to mean "fair," smacking of the "fear" motto term of the Peacocks. The latter use the same-type, engrailed fesse as the Sherriffs. Peacocks use "just" while Maynards use "justa" and use a red-on-white chevron, the color of the Swedish Gust chevron. The same chevron is used by the Hedding/Headon Coat, To boot, the Maness/Man(n)ers-related Maynards (with "Manus" motto term) suggest derivation in "brave" as well as in "hardy" or "strong." When we see the Brave/Bravo Coat, it's possibly the German-Martin lion.

My guess is that Maness'-et-al could be Munich relatives, but from Mainz in Germany, for the Mains/Meinecke write-up is much like the Maynard write-up: "The origin of the name is the southern German form 'Meinhardt,' which is a compound of 'strength' (Mein) and 'bravery' (Hardt)." The Hardt/Hard surname (Bavaria) then uses what looks like the red MacCarthy/Arty stag, running. The English Main/Mayne Coat looks like a possible version of the Maynard Coat. The German Mains/Meinecke/Meinke Coat uses the bent-neck eagle used also by the Massi/Mattis Coat.

The Mens/Menzies surname (savage's head in Crest) found above is also: Mengzes, Minges, and Meinn (Gaelic), and should therefore apply.

As we have already linked the Maness / Maniss bloodline to MacCarthys/Artys, what about the "ardua" motto term of the Mans/Mangus Coat? Does What Josef Mengele, the Nazi, come to mind? As Munich is the Bavarian capital, so the Mengele surname was first found in Bavaria...and Hesse, the place to which I traced the Keith Catti...that may have named HADDington. In that case, the Heads/Heeds may likewise have been a variation of "Catti." The Mengel owl jibes with my trace of Hesse to Esau-ites, and the Mengel horseshoe suggests Polish links.

By some coincidence, the Manson/Magnus/Mainson surname was first found in CAITHness, smacking of "Cathian Maness." The point is, I did trace the Keith Catti to "Caith(ness)." The raven-depicted Rus were in Caithness along their intrusions into Scotland. Every time we come to the Keith bloodline in this discussion on Cathian's bloodlines, I think of "Kettle" links to "Seattle."

As the Mans/Mangus Coat uses goats that I trace to peri terms such as Imperi, Imperia, and perhaps the Parisii, why is the Mans motto, "Per ardua stablis"? There are many mottos using "per," but only just now did I realize that it could be code for the Boofima>Baphomet cult. If we recall that English Steins use leopards while German Steins use goats, what about the latter's goat design being used by the Mans/Mangus' above?

But then what about the "Pour y" motto phrase of the Maness/Man(n)ers Coat that looks like code for the Purr/Pury surname? As the peacock in the Maness Crest suggests Polish bloodlines, it should be added that the Purr/Pury stars are in the colors of the Palin/Pawley/Pavelli stars (Pavia elements?).

It's as if God brought Cathian Maness my way for to make these very points. How is it that she was once Cathian Covert Surbrook while the Danne(s)/Dans Coat is much like the Surrey/Surridge Coat? They both use red-and-white checks on their chevrons, both chevrons on a gold Shield. Didn't she say that her Covert bloodline traced back to red-and-white-checkered Hohens? The latter were first found in Hesse, while Sherriffs use an "esse" motto term.

How is it that Cathian Covert Surbrook was Cathi Dein at one point while the Mans/Mangus Coat uses almost the same tooth-like fesse used also by the Danse/Dance Coat? As the Danse/Dance Crest is the black horse head used by Butes/Butts, it should be added that the Dutch Puttens use the same tooth-like fesse. Both Puttens and Danne(s)'/Dans' were first found in Sussex. The Putten Coat compares very well with the English Fisher Coat, and not only does the German Bute/Butt Coat (red roses) use a fish, but English Fishers were first found in Warwickshire, where the Sherriffs (red roses) were first found.

English Danis'/Denis' were first found in red-rose Lancaster. The French Danis/Danes surname, using the gold-on-red lion of the Fishers, was first found in Poitou / Poitiers, where I trace Puttens. The suspicion is that Fishers were the representation of the mythical Fisher-King grail cult, but then Percival was the so-called "grail king," and I say he depicted the Parisii founders of Paris.

Then, the French Danse surname (white roses, symbol of Yorkshire) was first found in Ile de France (= Paris), while English Danses/Dances were first found in Yorkshire. The Levi surname was also first found in Ile de France, and then the German Mans/Man(n)er Coat uses the Levi lions on what looks like the Massey Shield. Now is the time to repeat that the Mens/Menzies Crest is a savage's head, for the Mans/Man(n)ers Coat shows savages. The Mens'/Menzies' traced above to the Arms of Montferrat, Piedmont.

As Masseys were a branch of Italian Mascis who use the Dien wing, I'll also repeat that there is an Italian Danna/Danes/Dance/Danais/Danis surname first found in Piedmont, where Mascis were first found. The latter and the Masseys use fleur-de-lys, and the Lys surname, highly suspect as the grail bloodline, was also first found in Ile de France. The Lys surname (greyhounds) uses a white-on-red fleur-de-lys, the colors of the Massey fleur, and of the Mans/Man(n)er Levi lions.

The Maness write-up: "They lived in Mesnieres..." The Mens/Menzies write-up:

The earliest known forbear of the surname is Robert de Manieres, a Norman from Mesnieres, near Rouen, Normandy...He was first granted land in Kent and Surrey under Odo, Bishop of Bayeux. One branch of the family remained in England to eventually become the Dukes of Rutland with the surname of Manners, the Normanized Saxon way of pronouncing this name. However, with growing dissatisfaction under the Conqueror's rule, one branch of the family (it is not certain whether this was the most senior branch) moved north, probably with Margaret, King Malcolm Ceanmore's second wife, where they were granted lands in Lothian. They moved from the Lowlands into the Highlands in about 1090. They settled in the Lands of Culdares in Glenylon.

...First found in Midlothian, where it is quite understandable that the native Gaelic had difficulty with this Norman surname, and it can be found in various forms, among them: Mengues, Mingies and Meyners [sounds like the Maynards]...The earliest surviving charter of this Clan is held by the Moncreiffes. In the Charter we find a grant of Lands of Culdares (now spelt Culdair) [smacks of the Coulters that I trace to Piast Poles]...

The "Mesnieres" of the first sentence in that write-up can explain why the Maness/Manners surname appears to have Massey links. Perhaps MESNIeres linkage to the Messina/Mussina/Massina surname was the case (the Messina Coat is much like the Masci Coat). I did trace Masseys to "Mieszko," and also traced Coulters (Catherine Wheel, like the Wheelwright Coat) to the Mieszko line Piasts. As the Maness'/Manners traced to the MacCarthy Desmonds of MUSkerry, here's the Kildair write-up:

"First found in Kildare, where they held a family seat as and descended from the Fitzgeralds of Kildare. This notable Irish clann were descended from Robert Fitzwalter, son of Baron Ortho Geraldino...The Fitzgeralds divided into two main branches, that of Kildare and the more populous Desmond branch which gave birth to the Earls of Desmond."

I was assuming that "Culdair" morphed into/from "Kildair." The Kildairs use the same saltire as the Annan(dale)s, used also by the Desmonds/Geralds (monkey in Crest).

The earliest Mesnieres form was "Maniers," and then there is a white-on-red fish found in the French Maniers/Meuniers/Meusnier Coat. The Baar fish of Bar-le-Duc in Meuse province comes to mind. As the Maniers/Meusnier surname was first found in Berry, what about the white-on-red fish in the German Berry Coat??? Irish Berrys, who use what looks like the Wassa Shield, were first found in Cork i.e. where the Muskerry location is found, and where we expect the Maness'/Manners. I think we have the mystery solved in this paragraph for the apparent Maness links to Masseys. Bar-le-Duc was not far, and if I'm not mistaken was linked politically to, the Mainz region of Germany.

The Duchy of Bar (used the same fish) linked to a Berry-like locale: "Bar was a historic duchy of both the Holy Roman Empire and the crown of France, though later totally incorporated with Lorraine into France in 1766. The duchy of Bar includes the 'pays' of Barrois...In the 11th century the lords of Bar were only counts of Bar. They belonged to the house of Mousson-Montbeliard-Ferrette." That was one good reason that I traced Baars, a part of the Este bloodline, to the Ferrat region of Aosta.

As we read that Mesnieres is near Rouen, where Rollo ruled his Norman kingdom, the Rouen Coat's gold-on-red mascles ought to be mentioned, as Peacocks use the same. Again, the Peacock mascles are used in the Chief of the Magins while a peacock is in the Maness/Man(n)ers Crest. I had tentatively traced Romney-like elements to "Rouen" because the same-style mascles are used by Romers. The Romer write-up traces to a Reeves-like locale: "First found in Lincolnshire...Hence, conjecturally, the [Romer] surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Revesby held by Ivor Tailbois who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086." "Reves" brings up the Reeves Coat.

There's yet another Annan(dale) saltire in the Tailbois/Tallboys Coat, but as Romneys are traced below to white scallops on red, note that such scallops are in the Tailbois Chief. Note too that Meschins use while scallops while Ranulf le Meschin married Lucy Taillebois of Lincolnshire. AMAZINGLY, the Romney topic below (written before what I'm now writing on) has the white-on-red Romney scallops tracing to Pavia, the city founded by the Marici and the Laevi, suggesting that the Tailbois saltire does indeed trace to the Ananes. I await the fabulous revelation that God has about the Laevi and Ananes, but I expect it to be a dark revelation, nothing to do with holy/chosen Israelites, if Israelites at all.

Now you know why God used me to do direct this extraordinary long project, not because I am extraordinary, not because I rival the apostle Paul in holiness and devotion, but merely because I have a Masci bloodline that proved key for uncovering the bloodlines of the Rosi-Freemasonic cult. I'm struck by the many ways that Obama traces to the Masci bloodline. But is Obama extremely meaningful to end-time prophecy because of this, or is he just one of many personalities involved in near-end-time Masonry? I should record here that the Danne(s)/Dans Coat uses trefoils, the symbol of the Obama-related Davis'...that I seek in Washington state.

The Pullen Shield is also the Romney Shield while Tim Pawlenty (he's Polish) announced this week that he will be co-chair of the Romney presidential bid. If these two win the presidency, they will be suspect as the False-Prophet duo-lamb horns. Remember too that the Palin surname is also Pawley, and that Pauls (i.e. as per Ron Paul, also running) figure into the Polish cast of surnames.

The footless martins in the Pullen Chief are of the same type shown in the English Pavia/Pavey/Payvey Coat (the latter surname could be a branch of the Palins/Pawlins/Pavellis. Then, the Italian Pavia Coat uses a white-on-red scallop, colors reversed to the Pullen and Romney scallops.

The first time that I discovered the Pullen-Romney relationship was when I read that Pulsiphers and Pullens were co-founders of areas in Wayne county, where Romulus is located. I realized then that the pelican in the Wayne Crest was related to the pelican in the Pullen Crest, and that "pelican" could have been code for "Pulcipher." I think it was Tim who found the Pulciphers under a "Pulsipher" spelling (otherwise I wouldn't have found the clan's symbol) Pulsiphers/Polesdons use white-on-black stars, the colors of the Palin/Pawley/Pavelli stars!!! As per suspected Palin links to Pavia/Papia, the Pepin Coat ("Mens" motto term) uses horses in the colors of the Palin stars.

The Romney Crest uses two arms called "cubit arms in blue." The Cubit surname (blue lion) also uses two arms (in clouds) in its Crest: "The history of the name Cubit begins with the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain...The surname Cubit is derived from Cob, which is a pet form of the name Jacob...Some experts state that the surname Cubit is a nickname derived from the Old English word cubit, which means elbow." That write-up makes the link solid to the Romneys. One initial point: there is a Covert-like Cubbert listed as a Cubit variation.

The Cubit write-up is code. First, there is a Jacob surname (black greyhound) using Palin colors and first found in Dorset where Palins were first found. But it is said that "James" is a Jacob variation, and the king James' were Stewart "blue-blood," that idea smacking both of the Romney "cubit arms in blue" and the Cubit blue lion. The English James surname (first found in Surrey) not only uses a blue lion and blue Shield, but the Coat is in Romney-Coat colors (gold on blue) and meanwhile uses scallops, the Romney-Coat scallops.

How is it that the Republican front-runner at this time has a Peri-like surname of Perry? Previously, the front-runner was Romney. Who in the world decides what runners will get the most/best media attention so that they become the front-runners, or at least have the best advantages? Could it be the dragonic Freemasons? I have no right to judge Perry's Christianity, and besides I know nothing about it. But that doesn't mean that I can't watch for signs of his disconnecting from the Head (Jesus) so that he operates with a Christian facade. However, I wouldn't bother watching unless he became the President. Interestingly, Perry grew up in a democrat family, and named his son, Griffin:

Perry was elected Lieutenant Governor of Texas in 1998 and assumed the governorship in December 2000 when then-governor George W. Bush resigned to become President of the United States...

Perry served as Chairman of the Republican Governors Association in 2008 (succeeding Sonny Perdue of Georgia) and again in 2011...

PERdue??? A Perry following in the steps of Perdue? Is that mythical Perdix? Here's the checks (in the colors of the Pert/Pett mascles) of the Perdue Coat , and then here's the checks of the Partridge/Patrich Coat (Perdix was symbolized as a partridge). The latter look like Patrick-branch Butteri, and in fact I trace "Perdix" to "pirate" while tracing Kilpatricks to the pirate flag.

Partons/Pardons should also apply because they use a saw-like bar, and they show a Shield like that of the Mens/Menzies that were traced suggestively above to the fish-using Baars of the Meuse theater (it looks like Bars/Berrys and Pars/Perrys are identical bloodlines here). Mythical Perdix invented the saw when he saw a fish jaw; recall the fish jaws of the Berry surname. The Mens/Menzies (from Mesnieres>Manieres) linked solidly above to the Maniers/Meusnier surname (Meuse-suspect), first found in Berry. AMAZINGLY, the Maniers/Meusniers use a white-on-red fish, the colors of the Berry-surname fish. As Cher is a region at Berry, what about the partridges of the Char(d) Coat???

The Maness surname was just found to be related to the Mens / Manier elements above, and so here's the Maness motto: "Pour y parvenir." The Perdue write-up traces code-like to a "pour" term: "The origins of the Anglo-Saxon name Perdue come from its first bearer, who was a person who was known for their habitual use of the oath pour Dieu, which is Old French meaning 'for God.'" Then again, the Dien surname comes to mind, especially as it was linked to Mascis and Chester, where this very topic is about to lead to.

I don't know by what coincidence it is that Cathian's Maness' surname is from Michael Mark Maness of Markham, Texas, beside Houston. According to Cathian, Michael ferried workers in his helicopter to the Gulf-of-Mexico oil facility (Deepwater Horizon) that caused the BP oil disaster recently. Cathian was very much opposed to BP at the time for forcing her husband to make continued trips into that toxic zone. It makes me suspect that the Maness surname in Texas is an important Masonic one (not at all meaning that every Maness is a Freemason).

Be assured that when I first started going into Maness heraldry at the end of the last update, and all the way to this point in this update, I had no intention of investigating heraldry as it relates to Rick Perry.

You may have read the Kilpatrick-laden update where the Houston surname was linked to Kilpatricks at a time when Kilpatricks were being linked to Butteri>Texas elements. At that time, Houstons (first found in Renfrewshire) were traced to Glasgow (Renfrewshire) and to the Glass surname. Here's the Houston surname looking much like the Surrey Coat. The point is: "In the 2010 Texas gubernatorial election, Perry won a third term by defeating former Houston mayor Bill White and Kathie Glass. " Kilpatricks had been identified from the all-seeing-eye Uat/Buto cult that became the Whites, and the Glass surname links to all-seeing-eye Watts (Botter falcon) that use a pair of seeing glasses on their oak tree.

We shall see this same oak tree again shortly in a Bar-related and Bar-like surname linked closely to Rick Perry's Christianity.

I won't assume that Perry switched parties for his love of Republicans or their values, as I know nothing about the man. "Perry supported Al Gore in the 1988 Democratic presidential primaries and chaired the Gore campaign in Texas. In 1989, Perry announced that he was switching parties, becoming a Republican..." Perry is not liked by George W. Bush, and the latter has even come out to warn Republicans not to elevate Perry to the presidency. However:

Perry grew up in the Methodist church, and he and his family had been members of Tarrytown United Methodist Church since the 1990s, the same church that President George W. Bush attended in Austin. In 2010, Perry began attending Lake Hills Church in Austin. Perry's former deputy director of communications and principal speechwriter of four years, Andrew Barlow, was pastor of creative development at Lake Hills Church for seven years.

Attended the same church as the family I now suspect was of Nazi elements? To this I'll add that I'd been wondering whether Nazi agents use church operations as cover, and then corrupt their churches in the meantime. We all know about Jeremy Wright of Obama's Chicago church (the Wrights, who use leopards, look like Stewarts and are therefore suspect as Vere-related Baphomet dragons). Could the Barlow surname be informative to that end?

The ancient roots of the Barlow family name are in the Anglo-Saxon culture. The name Barlow comes from when the family lived in either Lancashire, Derbyshire, or Yorkshire, where there were places named Barlow...In Derbyshire [beside Cheshire], Barlow is a parish near Chesterfield...First found in Cheshire, where they held a family seat from ancient times.

The Chesterfield surname, evoking Chester in Cheshire, then uses the Chee/Cheatle/Chettle dancette. It's also important to note that the Chesterfield Chief uses fleur-de-lys in Masci-fleur colors, for the Mascis of the Dunham-Masci location are suspect. For example, the white spread eagle in the Barlow Coat is suspect as the Ferte eagle because Baars of Bar-le-Duc were involved with the Ferrat entity. Again, these Baars of the Meuse/Maas theater were of Este elements that I traced to Ferrat in Este-like Aosta, where the Lys river flows, and situated beside Piedmont where the Mascis were first found. Moreover, the Chesterfield Crest is a greyhound, the symbol of the Lys Coat (the latter uses the Massey-colored fleur-de-lys). Hmm, Barlow the pastors a church in Aosta/Este-like Austin.

As it's known that the Arms of Este use a white-on-blue eagle, shouldn't the white Barlow eagle be the Este eagle? Yes, and the same eagle, in the same colors, is shown on the Scottish Barr Coat. That Barr write-up: "It is generally thought to have been a habitational name, taken on from any of various place names in southwestern Scotland, in particular in Ayrshire and Renfrewshire." Houstincidence? Apparently, the Ferte eagle is a red version of the Este eagle.

The Ferte eagle is used by the Cuis Coat, important because the Houstons are also Cuistons. It's that term that I trace to the cushion symbol of Kilpatricks, and yet I also trace the Kilpatrick cushion to the Wolfleys of Cheshire. Cuistons are also Hughstons, and then Hugh D'Avranches Lupus was ruler of Chester (before Ranulf le Meschin got the title due to kinship with him).

Yes, the Barlow eagle is technically the MacDonald eagle, but note that the MacDonald ship is used also by the Meres and DeMeres of Cheshire.

Keep that in mind as we go to Sam Rayburn (D-TX) of Haskell county: "[Rick] Perry has said that his interest in politics probably began in November 1961, when his father took him to the funeral of U.S. Representative Sam Rayburn (D-TX)..." Perry's home county is Haskell. The Haskell surname, using kettle hats, is said to derive in a Norse AnCITEL entity, and then the Danish Ketil>Kettle surname shows signs of linkage to Malahule, father of Ancitel. Both Rayburns and Kettles use stags, a symbol that I'm sure belonged also to Hamon Masci of Dunham Masci.

I'm not losing sight of the bell pattern that is the Haskell Shield, for Fertes of Ferte=Mace (Normandy) were Mascis from the house of BELLamy, and the latter use the Bell Shield...not to mention that the Chesterfield Coat is in Bellamy/Bell colors. I've seen "bell pattern" used as an alternative name for the kettle hats, which were yet called "vair" fur, no doubt code for the Vairs/Veres with Massey Shield. The Fur term, by the way, brings up the Feuer/Feuerer surname.

The Rae stag, officially a "roebuck," is a version of the Rayburn/Raeburn stag. Raes were first found in Edom-suspect Dumfries, where Kilpatricks were first found. Here's the Roe/ROWE Coat (see Rove below), pascal-Templar lambs that may be clue to the False-Prophet lamb. The "innocens" motto term could be code for the Ince / Inch (Cheshire) and/or Innes (Moray) bloodline.

It was the Malahule bloodline that I traced to the raven-depicted vikings that got hold of Rothesay=Bute. The dislike of Rick Perry by some George-Bush people has got to do with the falling out of Perry from the Carl-Rove circle, and so see the ravens in the Rove/Rolfe Coat.

Although I don't think that George W. Bush was a Bush, I'll remind you that the white-on-blue Bush/Busch and Bosch fleur-de-lys were traced to the same-colored Baar fish. Moreover, the Bush Coat (goat in Crest) that uses a black boar (now suspect as an Esau-ite code) uses the spread eagle in colors reversed to the Ferte eagle. It was the Barlows that led us to the Templar lambs of the Roes/Rowes, and Baars were not only of Ferrat elements, but of Este elements that were traced to Asters/Easters (first found in Manche and using a label, possible code for LaBel(l)s)), suspect as Busch- and Bosch-like Pascals...that not only use the same Templar lamb, but a red eagle, the color of the Ferte eagle. It was shown that the Italian Pesce Coat uses a white-on-blue fish, the colors of the Bar-le-Duc fish.

By what coincidence is it that the "prest" motto term of the Barlows leads to the ESToiles of the Prest/Priest Coat? The Prest/Priest Crest is then the same black footless martin as in the Houston/Cuiston Coat (the Cuis Coat uses the Ferte eagle).

Recalling the Bute-area topic shortly above to which Houstons traced, note the "foi" motto term of the Barlows, for that term brings up the Foy bloodline first found in Auvergne, where the French Fays were first found. Already we are treading on Morgan le Fay of Bute=Avalon, otherwise pegged as the Vere-related dragon woman, Melusine, the fish-tailed woman of the Moray Crest. The Foi/Foy Coat uses stars in Moray-star colors, and one Moray Coat no longer shown at uses "Deum time" for a motto, much like the Houston motto, "In time." Then, as Houstons were found to be related to the Glass surname, the "Jewish" Glass Coat uses Fulk wings in such a way as to form an hour glass between them.

Entering "Foy" shows the Irish Fees and Feys with a curved fish (perhaps an eel) in Crest. I had made the point that the curved Baar fish were evidence that the Busch/Bosch fleur-de-lys were originally a single white-on-blue fish with two curved fish added to the either side to form the "lily." The Foy/Fey write-up uses raven codework: "The surname Foy originally appeared in Gaelic as 'O Fiaich,' derived from the word 'fiach,' which means 'raven.'" It was the raven-related vikings of More that I traced to Moray (Malahule was of More elements).

The Scottish Veres/Weirs use the Moray stars. But then the Weir write-up: "First found in Roxburghshire, where they were descended from Aubri de Vere, a descendant of the Duchess Judith in 1058. His son, another Aubri, accompanied William the Conqueror to Hastings in 1066, and built a castle at HEDINGham [caps mine] in Essex,...a branch of the family moved northward in 1069 and settled in the lowlands of Scotland at Sprowestun, in Roxburghshire." There is a Sprowston location in Norfolk to which I traced the Melusine-related Veres of Anjou and Lusignan (I assumed they went there with the Fulkes, first found in Norfolk).

The point now begins with what was shown months ago: the town sign of Sprowston is shown online, divided in half vertically in black and white...just like the Dutch Sprows Shield. The French-alternative Foy Coat is nothing but that same Shield! (This is solid evidence that Melusine of Avalon was indeed Morgan la Fay.) The same-colored English Foys (pellets) use the English-Lacy Coat.

By what coincidences are they that while it was the Barlow Coat's use of "foi" that led us to the Foy Coats, the Barlow oak tree is identical to the Sprowes oak?? That's the oak with the white Este eagle upon it, and the Barrs use the same eagle. Interestingly, the Barr eagle has white-on-black stars, the colors of the Palin/Pawley and Pulsipher stars.

"Perry" and "Bar" are not drastically different. Then there is a Parry surname with "Dygon" motto term, smacking of fish-tailed Dagon. On the Parry page, just above the Motto section, we read: "Eagon-Parry Family by Herbert B. Eagon." It gives the impression that "Dygon" is code for the Eagon surname. As that surname smacks of Euganeo, might the latter have been a Dagon entity?

Also, as per the idea that Euganeo was responsible for the Egg/Eggener surname, what about the (blue-on-white) lozenges of the Parry Coat? A theory was that lozenges started out as ovals=eggs. Amazingly, one Egg/Edge Coat uses a white spread eagle! These Eggs/Edges were first found in Cheshire, as with the white-eagle Barlows!! Apparently, this eagle was code for the Eagon bloodline. It's amazing because the Euganeo topic is very recent in these updates, while I had no plan then on being on a Rick-Perry heraldic investigation.

The German Eggs/Eggeners use roundels in the blue-on-white of the Parrys, which are also the colors of the Parrs. As further proof that the Eagon-Parry clan relates to the Eggs/Eggeners, there is an Eagon/Kegan surname (Massey/Vere Shield) using white roundels (Eggs/Eggeners use one white roundel) on green.

Whenever I hear of an organization that uses "Apostolic" in its title, I think Christian cult. The English secret societies used that term (in the "Apostles' Club"), and also a slew of Charismatic groups, including the Catholic Apostolic Church (later New Apostolic Church) that gave the world both the charismatic movement and pre-tribulationism. These Zionist-minded groups think/claim to be the very end-time apostles of Christ:

On June 6, 2011, Perry proclaimed Saturday, August 6, as a Day of Prayer and Fasting. He invited governors across the country to join him on that day to participate in The Response, which was presented as a non-denominational, apolitical, Christian prayer meeting hosted by the American Family Association at Reliant Stadium in Houston...Major roles in The Response were played by members of the New Apostolic Reformation, a religious movement that also engages in political activism.

Clicking to the article: "The New Apostolic Reformation traces its historical roots to late-twentieth-century American Charismatic churches, and the earliest use of the moniker was by C. Peter Wagner prompting journalists to perceive him as de facto founder and leader." In the Wagner article: "He is currently the president of Global Harvest Ministries and the Wagner Leadership Institute, which serves to train leaders to join in a movement known as the New Apostolic Reformation, which Wagner also helped to found."

My problem with such groups is the question of whether their global outreaches are the products of the Holy Spirit or of their moneys and other resources. I don't tend to question their sincerity to Christ, but do feel that political activity apart from the Spirit of God leads to worldly concerns. In the extreme form, I see it leading to the sort of Christianity seen on Sean Hannity (married a Rhodes): no talk of Christ at all, and all talk on the economy and in defeating the Democrats. A moral body without the head of Christ is a corpse walking. Its Christo-humanism.

I view Kingdom-Now churches as zealous cults: "The New Apostolic Reformation has been connected to Kingdom Now Theology..." Kingdom-Now (charismatic movement) attempts to form the Kingdom of Christ on earth by church-member activity and powers. It draws zealous Christians into political activity in the meantime (which is fine to a point) but treats the membership dictatorially. Members are to submit wholly to the "apostles" and "prophets" in leadership positions. If you trust them to be truly of Christ's mission, go ahead...(but I quit a Kingdom-Now church soon after starting to attend one):

Those who yield themselves to the authority of God's apostles and prophets will take control of the kingdoms of this world, being defined as all social institutions, the 'kingdom' of education, the 'kingdom' of science, the 'kingdom' of the arts, etc.

Is that how we read prophecy??? Might not the False Prophet come out of just such an organization?

The Congressional seat lost by disgraced Anthony Weiner (Democrat) of New York went to a Republican this past week even though the voters are a Democrat majority by three-to-one. The voters are also heavily Jewish, and it is being reported that New York Jews are sending Obama two shots across his bow: 1) they don't like his message on how to fix the economy: 2) they don't like his massaging of Palestinian statehood. Obama therefore predicted to play more Israeli-friendly (he's already begun) between now and the next election.

The question then is, will the Republicans oust Obama in 2012, and will the False Prophet arrive as a Republican instead? Or, as a Democrat-come-Republican who belongs to a Kingdom-Now theology...who seeks to become the President through his record of advancing the Texas economy?

At this time, the Palestinian authority is barking up the UN tree for to bag a global deal to forcefully proclaim a Palestinian country. The Obama people had warned Israel a year ago that this day was coming, and Obama favored the Palestinians at that time. But as Obama cares nothing for the American people (he's out and about right now using free tax-payer dollars on his re-election task, but doing it in the name of his jobs plan), any help that Palestinians are to receive from his arm will need to be very covert.

One of the scandals now forming over Obama's head has to do with LightSquared, a company that has been given a fast green light into the communications industry. The Obama administration wants this thing to come to fruition to the point of trying to persuade a military spokesman to alter his testimony before a hearing on the controversy. Illuminatists would of course like to control a communications company for the spying capabilities, and of course we already know that Obamites wish to spy on Americans if only to list details on political enemies.

But the controversy is that the 40,000 communication towers that LightSquared wishes to build will, according to the military, confound some missile equipment used to protect the nation from an attack. My question, upon hearing this news, is whether the very purpose of LightSquared -- of the O-team -- is to destroy the Untied States in some way. We already realize that the O-Teamic weapon is trying to destroy the United States by launching it into irreversible debt and related chaos.

As I happen to be on a Nazi-agent theme as this news comes in, it comes to mind that it's the very Nazi elements that I'm dealing with in this update that could be responsible for LightSquared. I've mentioned in the past that a Siemens organization was pro-Hitler during WW2, and that the Polish Mieszko bloodline derived from mythical Siem terms. Now I learn: "The [LightSquared] company announced in July 2010 that the network will be built by Nokia Siemens Networks." The Siemens part of that company is this:

Siemens AG is a German engineering conglomerate, the largest of its kind in Europe.[2] Siemens has international headquarters located in Berlin, Munich and Erlangen...

...Siemens & Halske was founded by Werner von Siemens on 12 October 1847. Based on the telegraph, his invention used a needle to point to the sequence of letters, instead of using Morse code.

A quote shared in the 4th update in April was:

According to Skorzeny, (Adolf Hitler's former bodyguard) in a deathbed confession to Eric "Orion" (Eric Berman) in S. Miami, Florida, Tesla, "hated the younger Scherff."

In short, Otto Skorzeny claimed that the true identity of George H.W. Bush was "George H. Scherff, Jr., the son of Nikola Tesla's illegal-immigrant, German-born accountant, George H. Scherff, Sr."

...But this was not the only bombshell Otto Skorzeny delivered that day in late-1999. Skorzeny, producing a shoe box full of 60-years worth of his personal photographs, showed them to Berman, describing each one in great detail. The collection featured a photo of a young, majestic Skorzeny in full S.S. Nazi military dress, next to his Führer, Adolf Hitler. Then there were photos of Reinhard Gehlen (S.S. spy and assassin) Dr. Joseph MENGele [caps mine] (the "Angel of Death") Martin Bormann (Hitler aide and S.S. assassin) and Adolf Hitler (photographed in 1997 at age 107).

The Hitler photo was taken during a “reunion” at the Lake McDonald Lodge in Glacier National Park, Montana [beside Idaho], on August 27, 1997. According to Skorzeny, Adolf Hitler was alive and well in the U.S. in 1997!

Skorzeny did not stop there. He produced a photo of a young Skorzeny, Mengele, Bormann, and the family of George H. Scherff, Sr.. Seated in the midst of those in the photo was a young George H. Scherff, Jr., who, Skorzeny explained, was trained as a spy and sent to America to work for Adolf Hitler. "He was given false identification and adopted by Prescott Sheldon Bush as his 'son,' George Herbert Walker Bush," Skorzeny went on. "He forged a birth certificate in order to enter the military before he turned 18. He was 16 at the time."

The claim was that the Scherff Nazis were after Tesla's secrets for the purpose of world dominion. Tesla was an electromagnetic genius, but look at what else he had gotten into:

...Because of his 1894 demonstration of wireless communication through radio[citation needed]...he was widely respected as one of the greatest electrical engineers who worked in America...Tesla demonstrated wireless energy transfer to power electronic devices as early as 1893[citation needed], and aspired to intercontinental wireless transmission of industrial power in his unfinished Wardenclyffe Tower project.

That's exactly what LightSquared and Siemens are into. By the time of Tesla's interest in wireless communications, Siemens was already building telegraph wires internationally...which may be another reason that the Nazis wanted Tesla (destroyed).

We read: "Siemens & Halske (S&H) was incorporated in 1897, and then merged parts of its activities with Schuckert & Co., Nuremberg in 1903 to become Siemens-Schuckert." Conspicuously, the Schuckert Coat uses the same-size fleur-de-lys as the Bush Coat. And ZIKERS, although I had refrained from suggesting a "Schuchert" link to "Scherff," I then found (seconds later) that the English Shuck surname was first found in Warwickshire, where the Sherriffs were first found! It doesn't necessarily mean that Schuckerts / Shucks were Scherffs, but it does suggest that they were related and that Scherffs were indeed from Sheriffs.

German Shuckers/Schuckhers are said to be first found in Bavaria, where Munich (the headquarters of Siemens) is located.

UNBELIEVABLE. After writing all the above, it was time for a look at the Shuck motto: "Haec manus ob patriam"!!!!!!!!!! A rare decimark there. I now realize why the Maness surname became important in just the end of the last update, days before this LightSquared scandal hit Fox news. The Shuck description: "A blackamoor couped at the waist with a gold dart in the hand." There is a Blackamore surname using black Moor heads. Then, the Scottish Black Coat (the Kilpatrick and/or Maxwell saltire) uses a Shield-and-Chief like that of Mens/Menzies/Mengzies Shield.

Recently, an update stressed the Pratt/Prude/Prater surname, tracing it to "prater"=priest, and the Priest/Prest surname. I now find that the "Pro Deo" motto of the Blackamores is code for the Pratts/Prudes/Prates because both use a black fesse on gold Shield. It had been found that Scottish Prudes/Prydes use curved fish like the Baars!!!

Back to the Shucks with "manus" and "blackamore" codes. Why does the Shock/Schocken Coat use a "man"? The man holds roses, the symbol of the split Schuckert Coat. The latter is split diagonally, like the German Schick(er) Coat. The Heidler/Hitler Coat is also split in the diagonal fashion. I'm not sure if the "Rhine valley" in the Schick write-up refers to Rhineland in particular (where AskeNAZI "Jews" originated in Germany), but one point is that Bushes, whom I'm linking to Schuckerts, were first found in Rhineland. Unfortunately, the "Jewish" Shick/Schick page shows no Coat.

Remember, Ashkenazi Jews are traced by a growing number of writers to Khazar "red Jews," and the Schicks are traced in their write-up to Frankfurt, home of the Red-Shield Rothschilds...that founded red Communist Russia from so-called Red Jews.

Before coming back for an attempt to trace Schicks to certain Khazars, the Shock write-up: "Literally translated, the word 'schoche' or 'schock' in its mediaeval context could mean either 'hay stack' or 'three score old.'" Consider that code for the Score surname, in the colors of the Blackamore and Prude Coats. Remember, the death-bed confession on the Scherffs was made by a SKORzeny surname.

The Score Coat is much like the Boast/Bust and Nimmo/NewMarsh Coats (the latter use a "boast" motto term). Black on gold is used also by the Schere(r)/Scherf Coat, and it too, like the Schuckerts, use a red rose. There is little doubt in my mind at present that these red roses are specifically signs of Illuminati Rhodians i.e. Cecil Rhodes, who agents are stacked in the O-dministration.

The English Black surname was first found in Rhodian-infested Lincolnshire, a region earlier called, Lindsey. Blacks use the Maxwell and/or Kilpatrick saltire, as well as a crescent in colors reversed to the Linde crescent. Both both Coats use the crescent in the same position and same location, and the Lindes use a star in Chief in colors reversed to the stars in the Black Chief. Conrad Black (jailed for fraud) purchased the Jerusalem Post (about 20 years ago), and today the editor of the Jerusalem Post is Steve Linde! However, Linde took over this year...after David Horovitz was in since 2004. I don't know the J-Post details beyond that.

Check out the Horovitz Shield with nuthin-but Hohen checks. I trace Hohens to the idea of "Red Cohen" and therefore to "Conrad."

MOREOVER, "Five years later, [Conrad Black] bought the Jerusalem Post, and subsequently fired the majority of its staff." Then, in the J-Post article: "A number of journalists resigned from the [Jerusalem] Post after Conrad Black's takeover and founded The Jerusalem Report, a weekly magazine eventually sold to the Post. The leader of the walkout was David Landau, who founded Haaretz English Edition and went on to become editor-in-chief of Haaretz until 2009." Landau??? How close to Linde (and Lindos on Rhodes) is that? The Landau Coats (one "Jewish") is even in Linde colors.

The German Linde Coat uses the Mens/Menzies/Mengzies Shield theme once again. That theme is a red Chief and white Shield, used also by the Scottish Black Coat! The latter compares extremely well with the Scottish Linde Coat. The Maness Coat also uses a red Chief.

The Lindes were first found in Ayrshire, where the Barrs were first found. Barrs were Baars that I traced to bar in MonteNEGRO (i.e. I'm insinuating the Blacks and Blackamores), near Budva/Butua (the latter elements founded Bute beside Ayrshire). Nikola Tesla was a Serb from the Montenegro / Herzegovina theater, by the way. I KID YOU NOT, that after writing the above insinuation, I entered "Tesla" to find no Coat, but then entered "Tessel" to find three white crescents on a black fesse, symbol also of the Blackamore Coat!!!

The blackamoor code was found in the Shuch surname, assumed to be a branch of Schuckerts that incorporated with Siemens now involved with the LightSquared scandal.

BOTH TESSELS/TESLERS and BLACKAMORES WERE FIRST FOUND IN ESSEX!!! The Teaseler variation evokes the Tease surname that I traced to the Ticino river. The English Tease Coat uses white-on-red stars, as with the Lindes, and German Teases (leaves, I say code for the Laevi on the Ticino) are properly, Tess.

Entering "Tissel" brings up a white-on-black chevron, the symbol of the Shucks! The Tissels, properly "Twizel/Twisle, were first found, as with Maness', in Northumberland. Twisles use a weasels, and then the Weasel/Wassal surname (WestMORland) uses a part-red Chief on white Shield, and a horse in the Chief. The German Lindes use a horse in red Chief above their white Shield.

he Weasels/Wassels can now be identified as a branch of Wassas>Washingtons, for the dove design in the Weasel/Wassel Coat is used by the Ness surname that in three other Coats uses the Washington Shield. AND GAWK! The Ness surname with the doves shows Nessi, Nas, and Nassi variations! Perhaps these are the Nazis right under our noses.

Recalling the "cubit arm in blue" of the Romney Coat, we now find a "cubit arm in red" in the Weasel/Wassal Crest. The latter uses a bend in colors reversed to the Romney bend. And so what about Mitt Romney's Mormon religion as it might link to WestMORland and/or the BlackaMOORs? What are those three bunched arrows doing in the Morman/Moorman Crest, and why does the Coat look like the Danne (and Surrey) Coat? Didn't Danaans, according to myth, found Lindos? Yes.

I trace three bunched arrows to the Khazars of the Mures river. Morincidence? I was going to go to that topic anyway with the continuation of the Shick/Schick topic. Now is the time. While studying the German Schick Coat, asking myself where the term could originate, the Sicels (or Scylla monster) of Sicily came first to mind with the Schickel variation. But then I recalled my trace of Sicels to the Szekely Khazars on the Mures, who claim to be ancestral to the Arpad Hungarians. It was to proto-Hungarian Khazars on the Mures that I traced the Bowers/Bauers and related Rothschilds, but with the three arrows above (they smack of the five bunched arrows in the Arms of Rothschild), I can now trace (if I haven't already) Rothschilds more specifically to the Szekelys.

At the Szekely page (link above), one can view the sun and moon (crescent) of the Szekely Arms, the crescent showing in white on blue, the colors of the Schick(el) Coat. Moreover, the Szekely flag shows an eight-pointed star, symbol of the Rothschild/Rothstein and Stein Coats. The latter two show the eight-pointed star in gold on red, the colors of the Siemen eight-pointed star affixed to a crescent moon!

I kid you not that it was this Saturday morning, as I write, that I opened an email from emailer Patterson...who is still seeking the meaning and origins of the Hungarian Csikos horsemen. She said that, to the best of her ability to confirm, the term is pronounced "Cheer-kos." And she offered the Spanish Chico surname as her best shot. I saw a near-Chico-like term in "Schick" an hour or two ago (not long after opening her email), but only just now got around to entering "Chick." There were three lions, white on blue, of the same design as the part-white lion on blue of the Schicks! AMAZING, or what?

One theory is that the Csikos became the Chicks and then the Schicks. Another theory is that Szekely were the founders of "Csikos" who became Schicks and then Chicks. If we think that "Kelly" derived in "Szekely," see more white-on-blue lions in the Kelly Coat (but then also some blue on white in the Kellog Coat). The Kelly lions are between a white tower, and then the Kelly-Crest animal (looks like a greyhound, the Kellog symbol) is curiously called an "enfield." Entering "Enfield," a gold Shield within a red Shield comes up, same as the Spanish Chico Coat with white tower!!! (Just learned that there is a Greyhound location in Enfield Lock, Middlesex. See also the Shield-on-Shield of the Grey Coat)

It is a pleasure to find, time after time, that emails seemingly meaningless and far-stretched to my mind turn out to be key revelations, in short order, directed by God. I would not have bet a dime on a Spanish Chico link to Csikos Hungarians. Yet the link now seems certain.

More amazing. I wrote to emailer Patterson (this morning) that I would keep an eye out for the Csikos term in northern Italy as per my trace in the last update of Hungarians to the Ticino river. The Chicks/Chichs were first found in Essex, where the Tessler/Teslers (and Blackamores) were first found, but I suggested the Tessler trace to the Ticino above before finding the Chicks. Chickincidence?

Note how the Chich Coat is a Shield within a Shield, just like the Spanish Chico Coat. The latter uses flags (on a MORatin tower!) with red-on-white crosses of the type and color found in northern Italy, variations of the Swiss flag. ANOTHER Shield within Shield is used by the Shocks/Schocks, first found in Switzerland?

W-W-W-O-O-O-O-W-W-W-! By what shockincidence was it that I checked the Chicken Coat, finding just a green-on-white chevron that didn't seem to apply...until I clicked over just this minute to the English Shock (properly "Shack") find a green-on-white chevron!!!!!

The only thing missing is the horses that are expected of the Csikos. I swear to you, I am not lying, that I told emailer Patterson this very morning that the Csikos clans in northern Italy should have arrow symbols, as per the Bower/Bauer / Rothschild arrow symbol, and that was BEFORE finding the bunched arrows of the Mormans/Moormans, first found in Suffolk, where the Shack/Shock-related Chickens/Chickins were first found. I therefore DO BELIEVE that God has directed this topic. And where it will lead not even myself do know, but my suspicions are on the Scherff topic. To that I'll add that the Reeves (linked above to the Sherriffs, were likewise first found in Suffolk.

Back now to the Enfields who were found to be part of the Csikos line to Chicos and Grays/Groys. First, the Enfield Coat appears linked to the Covert Coat, but the point here is that the Enfields are also, Endfield and Inglefield. It smacks of the Ender surname coming up when entering "Inger": the Inger/Ender Coat uses three arrows.

The theory has been for weeks that the Csikos link to BUDApest and therefore to the Butteri cowboys of northern Italy. I now find that the Kechs/Kicks use a blue-on-white bend, colors reversed to the Botter bend. They show a Kechler variation, like the Schickel variation, that suggested the link to "Szekely.

Back to the Shucks of Warwickshire, where Sherriffs were first found (by the way, the Sherriff Coat (more red roses) uses a gold horizontal band on royal-blue Shield, same as the Szekely flag). "The Shuck family lived in Warwickshire which is derived from the Old English word scucca, meaning goblin or demon." That seems so weird that it had to be code, and the first surname coming to mind was Gobel...using bows and an arrow! Gobels are properly "Goodbold," but they are in the colors of French Gobels/Gobelins!!! The English Gobels/Goodbolds were first found in Essex, where the Chicks/Chichs were first found.

The French Gobels/Gobelins use Bauer-colored stars and the Masci wing on Shield like that of Maceys. I used to say that the Masci wing was the Bauer wing, but then realized that they are not identical. Aha! Italian Gobels/Gobbi were first found in Mantova/Mantua, NORTHERN ITALY. And emailer Patterson might even like to know that the Italian Gobels use a camel, as do Irish Pattersons! Did we ever doubt that the Csikos would lead to emailer Patterson, who loves and owns horses?

Look at the German Gobel write-up: "Gobel is an occupational name for a maker or dealer of 'goblets' or 'tankards.' Further research revealed that the name is derived from the German noun 'gobel,' which means 'drinking vessel.'" Isn't that code for Tancreds/Tancards and the Weasels/Wassels/Wessels? The latter use a horse in Chief, but not until now could I justify a Wassel/Wessel link to the Csikos.

At this point, I had forgotten what surname used the weasels as code for the Wassels/Wessels. It turned out to be the Tissels/Twizels that linked with the Tessels/Teslers to the Ticino/Tessen river!!! Amazing, for it was just hours before that I told emailer Patterson that I'd keep an eye out for Csikos elements in that Ticino theater. In the last update, Taksony, an Hungarian-Arpad ruler, was traced to the Ticino for more reasons that meets the eye. The nearby Gavi location (i.e. like "Gobbi") in Alessandria (Piedmont) became important to that Hungarian line.

The German Gobels use their fish in an 'S' shape, like the Tissel/Twizel-Crest dolphin. The Gobel fish are in the white-on-blue colors of the German Bosch fleur-de-lys...that I claimed was originally a single central fish but with two curved fish added later to form a "lily." The Gobels then use a white fleur-de-lys in Crest!!! Curved fish are used also by Prudes/Prydes, and then they were accessed above by the "Pro Deo" motto of the Blackamores of Essex, where the English Gebels were first found. Didn't the Gobels enter this discussion as per the Goblin code of the Shucks? Yes, and it was the Shucks that use a blackamoor code that entered the Blackamores into the discussion.

German Gobels use their fish "in a triangle," what could be code for the Angle surname...because it uses "antiquas" and was first found in Lancashire, while the Shicks/Shacks use "antiquum" and were likewise first found in Lancashire. The Angles use...a winged horse.

The Shicks/Shacks are also "Shakerley," and then the Shakespeare Coat is in Blackamore colors.

I now recall the Bagratid god, Angle-Thork, that goes back to the Yervand dynasty of Armenians. The Shuck write-up: "...Their origin prior to the year 1200 is obscured but most assume it to be descended from Herlwin, the Domesday tenant of Shuckburgh who held the manor from the Count of Meulan in the year 1086 or from Alwin, the tenant of the other half who held it from Thorkell of Warwick. The Shuckburgh family have held the manor ever since." Thorkel? How is it that the Angles entered the discussion as per the Shuck-advanced Gobels? I'll bet two barbarians with double-tipped spears that Thorkel elements trace to Tuareg Berbers.

What about the Nazi butcher, Friedrich Engel? Or, the Nazi officer, Gerhard Michael Engel, born in Guben of the Spree-Neiße district of Lusatia? The Engel Coat is in Angle colors and uses a raven.

The Angles use a "Stare" motto term, and then the Stairs/Stayrs are in Angle black and gold. Moreover, Stairs/Stayres were first found in Kent, where the same-colored Lands were first found. The Lands were checked moments ago as per the earlier Landau surname (took some staff of Jerusalem Post from Conrad Black and transferred them to the Haaretz). The Lands came to mind at the end of the Angle>Shakespeare topic, and I thought it was remarkable that the Land Coat uses, not only an Angle-colored shield, but a skinny red diagonal stripe...just like the Angle Coat.

The Lands are easily traced to the Pepins of Landon, for Lands use the Campbell/Cammell Coat while Pepins use a camel. The Pepin Coat is in Campbell / Land colors, and shows more horses. Didn't I just suggest a Gobbi/Gobel link to Gavi? Gavi is near Pavia/Papia, the place to which Pepins were traced in the last update.

Earlier in this update there was reason to say, "As per suspected Palin links to Pavia/Papia, the Pepin Coat ("Mens" motto term) uses horses in the colors of the Palin stars." I wasn't going to mention without reason that the Shuck stars are in Palin-star colors. That reason has just arrived. I had suggested that Palins, from a "Pavilly" location, were from "Pavia." By what menincidence is it that Pepins use "Mens" while Shucks use "manus"? Entering "Manus" brings up three white crescents, symbol of the Blackamores. This proves that the Shuck blackamoor is symbol for the Blackamores.

"Mania" was just entered to find the Maney/Many/Mainie clan, first found in Kent. This reminds me of the fundamental Masonic link between the Masseys and Maness / Mens bloodlines. In fact, Scherffs are on my plot because the Scheriffs came to the fore along with the introduction of the Maness surname. The topic then went to the Sherriffs of Reeves elements. Since then, the lion of the Massins/Masons of Kent has been found in the Revere Coat. The latter are shown as Redvers/Radvers, and because they were first found in Dorset, where the Palins/Pawleys/Pavillys were first found, perhaps they can be traced to Gavi, the place to which I traced Gavril RADomir.

English Gabriels/Gabells, first found in Sussex (i.e. beside Kent), use a green-on-white chevron, first mentioned above in the Shick/Shack and Chickin Coats...of two surnames traced tentatively to the Csikos Hungarians of the Gavi / Pavia theater. Gavril/Gabriel Radomir had been found to link fundamentally to the king-Andrew bloodline of Hungarians. Csincidence?

It's now Sunday morning. It was yesterday that the Linde-Coat relationship to the Black Coat was exposed. I use "expose" because it seemed certain that Conrad Black knew his heraldry, for a Linde surname is now the editor of the Jerusalem Post. Last night, I got home and found a television show on Conrad Black. He was claiming his innocence of the fraud charges laid against him, and I was asking myself by what coincidence he should be on television on the same day that I wrote about him. My first of many points is that Conrad Black, with his brother and with a David RADler, controlled the Jerusalem Post.

When he mentioned that his attorney in the fraud case was a Greenspan surname (a Jew, Edward Leonard Greenspan), I fired up the computer to check the Greenspan Coat.

There was a tree that I had seen yesterday; I was excited because the tree might have been of a surname linking to the Lindes. But, scrolling through the Coats, I found the tree in the German Linde Coat!!! Yes, Conrad Black must have known his heraldry for that lindincidence to have occured. .In a 1990 article:

The [Jerusalem] Post, critical of Israel's treatment of Palestinians in the occupied territories, has been in turmoil since its editor, Erwin Frenkel, resigned Dec. 26 saying that Hollinger, a Canadian newspaper chain that bought the paper last year, had infringed on his editorial freedom. Hollinger, headed by Conrad Black, owns 204 newspapers, including the Daily Telegraph in Britain.

Thirty journalists, including most senior editors, resigned last week, demanding that Hollinger remove its publisher, Yehuda Levy, a reserve colonel, who was appointed to manage the newspaper.

Mr. Levy barred an editorial criticizing Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir from The Post's international edition...

You can see here that the journalists who left the Jerusalem Post to found Haaretz had sympathies with Palestinians. They are called "liberal" while Conrad Black's people are called "right" and "conservative." It is cause to suspect an Illuminati war between Black and his liberal enemies, a war that may have brought some false or exaggerated charges against him in order to remove his hold on the Jerusalem newspaper.

But what of the Levi surname installed by Black's people to oversee the J-Post? I didn't know this yesterday when I traced the topic to the Ticino river, where the Laevi lived. And the Laevi were Ligurians that I link to Rhodian=Redone elements in southern France. The Blacks, Lindes and Greenspans are clearly of some Redone elements...from the Danaans of Lindos whom I have identified with the Exodus pharaoh, Khyan. How interesting is that? I'll expound on it further below.

In an April 1, 2007 article:

...The avowedly right-wing [Jerusalem Post] is owned by Hollinger, Inc. Due to their holdings in Hollinger, Conrad Black and his wife, Barbara Amiel, are frequently described as former owners of the Jerusalem Post, however, Black is now undergoing a trial in Chicago where he is accused of defrauding Hollinger of sixty million dollars. One ranking neoconservative with strong ties to the Bush White House and the Pentagon, Richard Perle, is a Co-Chairman of the board of Hollinger.

By what coincidence is it that the Peri-like Perle surname uses leopards when the Boofima-leopard cult was from ImPERI elements in Africa (that were traced to Imperia in Liguria)? My leaning is to trace the Black surname to Blackamores, and now we can confirm that these Moors were Amazons, both Tuaregs from Mauritania way, and Meshwesh from Cyrene/Libya.

I trace the tower symbol to Tuaregs, and German Perles happen to use a tower. But they also use what I call the "bent-neck" eagle, in black, a common color for this eagle. It's used by the Italian Massi/Mattis surname that I trace to the naming Massino-Visconti in Piedmont, but then the same eagle (in the same colors) is also used by the German Mark surname that were recently traced to the Marici, co-founders with the Laevi of Pavia of the Ticino theater of Piedmont. Priestincidence?

The last article above was written by a Carmichael surname. The Carmichael Coat uses "prest," code for the Prest/Priest surname (using a martin and estoiles). You may have read how I traced Presleys/Priestleys (the Abreu/Abrussi tower and lion) to the Kerricks=Carricks. It can be determined, therefore, that these clans stem from the Abreu/Abrussi surname out of Padova, evolving into the Scottish Brusi/Bruces that merged with Carricks in forming earls of Moray. The eagle-using Massi/Mattis surname, though in Piedmont, was first found in Abruzzo, where a major city (L'Aquila) uses an eagle on a triple mount.

Carricks appear responsible for "CARmichael," and are in Michael-Coat colors. Carricks were first found in Ayrshire, though they can be traced to neighboring Lanarkshire where the Blackwood location was found (by me) to be key in founding the earls of Moray. Carmichaels were first found in Lanarkshire. The Blackwood surname, was first found in Ayrshire. Both the Michaels and Blackwoods use mascles, and the Blackwoods show a "per" motto term that is Imperi suspect, especially as Nicholas de Vere (= deluded Baphomet buff and "noble" guardian of witchcraft stupidities) traces a Ralph de Vere to Veres of Blackwood in particular.

The talbot dogs of the Carricks trace to Talbots on Lincolnshire, where the Blacks were first found. The Carrick dancette should trace to the Chees/Cheatles of Cheshire because the earls of Moray (starting with Thomas Randolph, a relative of Carricks) were traced (by me) to Vere-Meschins of Cheshire. Again, Ranulf-le-Meschin, ruler of Chester, married a Taillebois of Lincolnshire. If you know my stuff, you can see how Blacks fit neatly into this picture of a Meshwesh trace to Meschins and Masseys of Cheshire. Michaels themselves use versions of the Meschin Coat.

The Black write-up traces to "Niger," and when entering "Niger," we find gold-on-red diamonds, the symbol of the personal Arms of Thomas Randolph (shown at Wikipedia), 1st earl of Moray. The Niger/Nigel write-up: "First found in Cheshire...Nigel of Cotentin (c.1070-1080,) who was the hereditary Constable of Chester." Those dates are about two generations before Ranulf le Meschin ruled Chester. Ranulf's uncle, Hugh D'Avranches (died 1101), ruled Chester from 1071.

It's important now to point out that the Conrad-Black interests in the Jerusalem Post were supported by a Bush-administration "neocon" with Perle surname traced by Freemasons (= overseers of heraldry) to Baphomet elements. The Republican Illuminati is at the foot of the Bohemian Grove, with a Moloch idol in the form of an owl to which human sacrifices are offered. German Michaels, using a fesse in colors reversed to the Blackwood fesse, were first found in Bohemia, where the Schuckerts were first found that joined the Nazi-suspect Siemens communications company. You may recall that I trace Meschins to Bohemian elements in the Bessin, and that I found the Massey (like "Mussolini") surname to be pro-Nazi.

As the Richard Perle above has close ties both to Bush and the military, it might send Schuck waves up your spine when coupled with the fact that Siemens is right-now involved in advancing communications towers that can jam military operations on U.S. soil. Schuckerts, remember, use the Bush-sized and Bush-style fleur de lys, in the colors of the Massey fleur-de-lys. However, it should be mentioned that the list of surname shows no Schuckert-like variation, and is properly, Schubert, said to mean "shoemaker."

I have my doubts on that definition, noting that entering "Schuck/Schuch" brings up the German Schu(c)h/Shook/Shoemaker Coat ...that does not necessarily derive in the shoemaker profession. The Coat uses the Moratin tower, and then the English Shook Coat shows leopard heads once again, as with the Perles. Julie claims that the Boofima cult comes from western Africa, where the Moratin-related Mauritanians live.

Remember, the Schucks, because they are suspect as a Bush bloodline, are also suspect as kin to the Scherffs, and then we find that Shucks were first found in Warwickshire, where Sherriffs were first found. BUT WOW, look at what has just come down the pipes with the finding of the Shooks, Recall that Cathian Covert Maness became a topic as per her daughter's links to a New-York Scheriff surname. It was while starting this paragraph that "Covert" came to mind with the "chubert" of "Schubert." I then recalled that the Covert Coat is in Shook colors and also uses a leopard head in Crest!

THEN, as verification of a Covert link to Schuberts, the Cobers (from Cove in Suffolk) use the same colors again, with a knight and battle-axe (symbol of the Schucks/Shooks/Showemakers) in Crest. These colors are those of Hohens, and Cathian told me that her Covert bloodline was from Hohens.

YES!! Suspecting the Schofields (from Escoville, Normandy), they use the Covert Shield! That is a HUGE POINT for those who might be otherwise slow in equating Schuberts/Schuckerts with Coverts / Cobers. A variation shown is "Scholefield," evoking the same-colored and Bone-like Skulls that I trace to the valley of Eschol in Hebron (Israel). I had noticed that these Coats under discussion are in the colors of the Hebron Coat when seeing that the Hebron-colored chevron is used by English Shooks/Shugs! Dutch Bones use the same chevron. The Skulls use the bar/bend of the Cobers/Coves.

AMAZING NOW to find that Schuckerts trace to "Eschol," valley of Amorites and Ananki "giants." Hmm, the Bible mentions the oaks of Mamre, the Amorite brother of Eshcol (not quite like "Eschol" but close), and then there is an oak tree at the top of the German-Schuck/Shook tower.

LOOK! The same arm-and-axe of the Cober Crest is used by the Warwick-surname Crest! The Warwick Coat was looked up last night, finding the three lions exactly of the Chicks, that being evidence that Chicks and related Schicks apply to Warwickshire's Schuck-like Shucks (white chevron again). Isn't this fun? That evidence for a Schuckert-Shuck link was needed very badly.

Enter the Csikos elements, therefore, who I had traced (tentatively) above to the Chicks and therefore to Schucks et-al. Carmichaels use the Shield-on-Shield, in colors reversed, to the same of the Chick Coat. Therefore, everything said as per the Carmichaels might relate to the Schuckert>Scherff Nazi-tainted topic. Anytime that we find a white-on-blue crescent, as we did with the Carmichael-related Blackwoods, we can ask whether it links to the white-on-blue crescent of the Szekely flag. The theory had been that Szekelys were the Csikos, and that "Szekely" also traces to Chick- and Schuck-like terms.

We saw the good possibility that "Szekely" linked to "Kelly" and "Kellog," and that just brought the Kyles (of Ayrshire, where Blackwoods and related Carricks were first found) to mind. As Kyles claim to be Coles, what about the Coles (with an 's') Coat using leopard heads around a Hebron-colored chevron??? The Coles Coat compares almost exactly with the English Shook/Shug Coat!

The Scholes/Scoles were first found in Yorkshire, as with the Coles'. Don't miss the Scayles variation, for these terms ultimately trace to Scylla of Sicily, where the Szekelys are traced (by me).

The Cole (no 's') Coat uses a bull, and then the Coles-colored chevron is shown with bull heads in the Schoefield/SCHOLEefield Coat. The possibility, therefore, is that "Cole" is from "EsCHOL" or "EshCOL," but if not, the Coles and Kyles definitely appear linked to Eschol elements.

The Perle Coat uses a tower with "portcullis half open," and then the Cullis surname has Coll/Coles variations. A portcullis half open was the symbol given early to Peter Spalding. Details on the Spalding surname -- their identification with Sales-of-Mascy and links to ancient Hesperides elements in Africa -- can be found in the first update of August. This tends to trace Perles to the ancient Atlanteans at the Atlas mountains, where the Tuaregs lived that I say are depicted in heraldry with towers. Portcullisincidence?

Back now to the Black- and Linde-related Greenspan Coat. It's tree (likely a linden tree) is on a green mount, but in this case it's called a "terrace vert," a subtle clue that the surname, properly shown as "Gruen," is from "green." The code suggests a look at the Terrace surname, and that brought up nearly the Kick/Kechler Coat...suspect as Szekely and/or Csikos elements.

This is the time to mention the Green mountains in Cyrene, for I think the green heraldic mount/mound (used by the Mount/Mound surname) is code for those mountains and therefore for Amazon/Meshwesh elements of Cyrene. Long before coming to the greyhounds of the Kelly and Kellog Coats, greyhounds were traced to the mythical Graeae Amazons / Gorgons of north Africa. Remember, the Kelly greyhound is called an "enfield" while the Enfield Coat was linked to the Spanish Chico Coat, that jibing with the Greenspan link above to the Kicks.

I had traced the tower-turris, used also by the Chico Coat, to Tuareg Amazons, and now we find that the Terrace surname has a Turris variation. The surname uses "Amore" as the full motto, and was first found in Moray, where we expect Mason-related Moors/Mauritanians. The Terrace/Turris Crest is a stag, however, the symbol of the Hungarian Arpads...who descend from Mures-river elements, even the Szekelys on the Mures. Kellincidences?

What about the so-called "kelly green" shade of Ireland? Should that trace to the green flag of Libya and the Green mountains of Libya's Cyrene region?

Let's look at the Greenspan/Gruenspan write-up to see how it once again traces to the Graeae: The surname Greenspan is etymologically derived from 'gruen' meaning 'green.'...And finally, the name may also derive from the Middle Low German 'grone' or 'groen' meaning 'greedy for.' When I now see definitions in quotation marks of an heraldic write-up, I suspect codework, and so I started to enter Greed-like terms, coming quickly to the Grate Coat using the same stars in Chief as the Black Coat. Excellent.

This is the Rae/Cree/Creight/Rae surname that I trace to the Rhea>Curete cult of Crete. I had traced the surname to the Craigs/Creags said to be at the root of the Carricks. As we saw that Carricks linked to Blackwoods, by what blackincidence is it that the Craig Coat shows the white-on-black crescents of the Blackamores?

The Craig/Creag Crest is a A [horse] rider with a broken spear. The Carrick-related Carmichaels use a broken spear, but then, WOW, the Carmichael Coat uses a "wreathed" fesse while "Wreath" brings up the same Grate/Rae/Cree/Creight/Rae Coat that came up as per a Greenspan code.

"Wreath" is an apt code for the surname because it is said to derive in "Rath." But when we enter "Rath," a quartered Shield comes up with all four colors identically positioned with those of the Schu(c)h/Shook/Shoemaker Shield. Moreover, both Coats use the axe, a symbol from Crete. The Rath surname is properly shown as "Grath"...smacking of the "greedy" code of Greenspans.

As Conrad Black is/was part-owner of Hollinger, what about the roses "with green leaves, growing out of a green triple mount" of the German Hollinger/Hallinger Coat? Doesn't that jibe with the Greenspan tree on a green mount? We read that Richard Perle is/was a Co-Chairman of the board of Hollinger, and then we find that the German Perle Coat uses the Moratin tower while the Greenspan terrace linked to the Terrace/Turris surname.

But the German Perle Coat also uses the bent-necked black eagle that in the German Mark Coat holds the Shakespeare spear. As the article in which Richard Perle is found was written my a Carmichael surname, is it a spearincidence that Carmichael's use a spear too? The Greenspan-related Lindes also use spears in the very Coat (leaves in Crest) that was linked above to the Black Coat. As Carmichaels use a "prest" motto term that now appears to link to Levi Priests, what about the idea that the spear symbol of Masonry is a symbol of the spear that killed Christ?

The CarMichael spear is said to be "Broken," and then the Brook/Breck/Broock Coat uses gold-on-black scallops, the colors of the English-Michael scallops. Recall the SurBROOK surname that was traced only suggestively to "Surrey," for Michaels were firstly found in Surrey! The latter Michael Coat uses the Shuck-colored chevron, and as Shucks were first found in Warwickshire, so that was the birthplace of William Shakespeare...who was not likely born with that surname. That is, "Shakespeare" was likely a code, and then the Chickin-related Shicks/Shacks are also "SHAKERley."

NOW WATCH THE "MAGIC" with your all-seeing eye...that tends to link Shakespeares with Shakerleys. The Shakerleys use "molehills," an easy code for the Mole surname...using the same boar head as the Spoons who were first found in Warwickshire! The Spines were also first found in Warwickshire. Spoons and Spines were traced to Malaspinas of Massa-Carrara (northern Italy), that latter term smacking of "CARmichael." It was shown solidly that Massa-Carrara linked to the Massi/Mattis surname..with the same bent-necked eagle (of the Marks) that holds the Shakespeare spear!!

AshMoles are in Shakespeare colors, and show a black greyhound. Ashmoles were first found in Staffordshire, bordering on Warwickshire.

What can we glean where German Michaels use Zionist stars in colors reversed to the same in the Israeli flag? What about the Mitchell variation of the Michaels, and George Mitchell chosen by Biden / Obama and/or Clinton to oversee Israel's fall to a Palestinian state?

THEN, keep your all-seer on the page, for the Mole Coat also uses stars in colors reversed to the Scottish Innes Coat while the latter, like the Moles, uses a boar head. But while that is not super evidence of a link, the point is that the English Innes Coat uses Zionist stars in colors reversed to the Michael Zionist stars, and in the colors of the Zionist star on the Israeli flag.

When you then have a related Black surname purchasing the Jerusalem Post, you might realize that something is up, especially as Conrad's partner in Hollinger, David Radler, has a surname that uses white-on-blue Zionist stars!!! The Radler Coat is the Innes Coat in colors reversed. I've shown this Coat recently as the Rad/Rademacher what I've been calling "Gavril-Radomir colors."

But as Conrad Black owned many Post newspapers, what about the "post" motto term of the Moles???? Shouldn't we realize with our spying little eyes that Conrad Black and company is an insidious mole drilling into end-time Israeli affairs?

Both Post Coats are in Innes colors, and the German Post Coat looks link-able to the German Schick Coat. That's important because it has the tendency to link to the Schuckert bloodline. That presented itself above when Moles were found in relation to Warwick, where Shucks were first found. Remember, the Mole / Innes stars are also the Moray stars, and then we find that Moles were at a MOREbattle location (Roxburghshire).

Moreover, the Innes surname uses a prude-like term that should link to the Prudes that came up as per the Blackamore motto, but more in particular, the other Prudes/Prydes were first found in Lanarkshire, where Carmichaels were first found. You recall the Carmichael links to the earls of Moray; the Innes clan was first found in Moray.

Insert -- You may recall where I opinionated on the red Masonic eagle, suggesting that this color stands as code for the phoenix out of Phoenicia. The Moles use A phoenix rising out of the flames. This tends to link the Blacks to the Moles, as suspected, because Montagues use what looks like the Masonic phoenix. The Mole motto term, "foenus," smacks of "phoenix."

When we consider that the Moles were a topic due to the molehills of the Shakerlys/Shacks, while related Schucks et-al were traced to Hebron, the Boscath line to CADmus comes to mind, especially as I linked Boscath (in Hebron) to Mus at Lake Van, exactly where I had independently traced the pre-Phoenician origin of the phoenix! From the 4th update of August:

Boscath was important to the Phoenix-rising theme because it had been linked to Mus province of Lake Van and then traced to Muskerry's MacCarthys. I had claimed at that time that Waynes were linked to Lake Van, but that was before linking the Mong/Magnus/MacWeynish clan just now to the Muskerrys/MacCarthys. The rising phoenix is a Rome-arising theme, the same theme used by Hitler's Nazis...who were seeking to raise the Roman empire to a glorious millennial rule.

This paragraph and the three above it are inserts after writing on the purple-lion Magnus/Manus surname below (will be linked to Sheriffs), which is the very Mong/Magnus/MacWeynish Coat above. It just so happens that I linked the red heraldic eagle to Phoenicia because purple/scarlet became a symbol of Phoenicia's dyes of that color. Earlier in this update, it was said: "the Manson/Magnus/Mainson surname was first found in CAITHness, smacking of 'Cathian Maness'".

The surname intended by the "funera" motto term of the Moles escaped me until "Phone" was entered to find the Vanes/Vains/Feynes with "fano" motto term. Vanincidence? The full Mole motto is, "Post funera foenus," showing at least two terms that I trace to Lake Van. From the 3rd update in July:

And, a Phoenician phoenix is expected to be red. I am therefore confident that the phoenix>eagle symbol of Freemasonic heraldry is a symbol that includes Mus and/or Tarun elements as they came to the Hermes-Pan cult at mount Sion. Let's not forget the red Ferte eagle...from Ferte-Mace we can assume, and the Ferrat and MontFerrat locations near Tarun-like Turin. Variations of the Tarun surname [red eagles] include "Durant-like "Tarant" as well as witchy "Tarrat."

JUMPIN' TAROTS, the house of cards is falling down! Did I say the above paragraph "alone" was an insert??? Now, moments later, this paragraph is another insert, as per finding the "gold demi eagle RISING (caps mine) in the TRENT Coat!!!

By what musincidence is it that the Vanes/Vains/Feynes use the Macey-Coat metal glove while Maceys are out of Ferte-Mace? End Insert.

The Innes castle is used by the Portuguese Couto surname, and that for me speaks to the Cottians, of the Visconti theater, for the Innes castle is wrapped in a green snake, a Visconti symbol. The Ince/Ines surname was just traced recently to the Dance/Danse/D'Ance surname of Piedmont, the Cottian theater. It can't be coutincidental that the Scottish Cout surname (in colors reversed to the Coutos) was first found in Elginshire, another name for Morayshire, suggesting that Innes' of Moray were definitely related to Coutos and Couts. Interestingly, Zionist stars in colors reversed to the Innes stars are used by the Cottian-like Goth Coat.

The Cout write-up says that the clan lived in Cults of Aberdeenshire, and then the Cult/Colt/Coult Coat uses a red stag head, symbol also of the Couts. Think the Hungarians of Aberdeenshire and their stag symbol, though not forgetting the king-Andrew-line merger with a Mieszko of a KOLOD entity.

Don't blink your cyclopean eye yet. Read the Couto code: "The noble Portuguese surname derived from the Portuguese word 'couto,' which means 'reserved ground or preserve.'" We then find that Brooks, who enter the discussion as per the broken spear of the Carmichaels, and who use the English-Michael scallops, use the motto: "Perseverando." Scottish Michaels use "supero," close to "(Per)SEVERando." Entering "Sever" brings up the same sort of fesse as in the English Dance/Danse Coat. Moreover, I traced sever-like terms to the Sforza clan (first found in Rome), the carriers of the Visconti titles.

The Sforza lion holds a so-called "quince," and then the Quince Coat uses seven mascles in the same colors as the seven mascles of the Romer Coat (Lincolnshire). This is being repeated due to another revelation being born before our gawking eye, for the German Romers use a sun, the symbol of the Szekely flag...i.e. of the Szekely clans of Transylvania, now ROMANina. As I claim that mascles are code for the Meschin/Masculine bloodline, what about the pine cone of the German Romers, used also by the Maskaly/Maschi surname, first found in Romer-like Rimini???

Now you know that Romers trace to Rimini, and that Romer mascles trace to Maskalys. But then the Keiths near MUSSELburgh come up as Mascals. The same mascles are used by the Rouen Coat, suggesting a Rouen trace to Rimini elements.

The Severs/Savers were first found in Essex, where the Blackamores were first found. This is important because Blackamores link to Prudes while the Innes clan uses a Prude-like motto term. The Sever/Saver surname enters the discussion as per Innes elements. It's in Save colors, a clan that I trace both to the Save/Sava river and Savona, the Ligurian capital. Entering "Savona" brings up the French Savard surname with Savary and Savarie variations.

It's then suspicious that a Sever/Saver variation is "Sceviour," not far off from "Schubert." This wouldn't have been mentioned on that similarity alone, but as Schuberts come up when entering "Schuckert," what about the fact that Shucks and English Savonas both use pierced white stars ("mullets") on black??? It's the Shucks who use a blackamoor, suggesting strongly that Schuckerts/Schuberts were related to Severs/Sceviours (because the latter and the Blackamores were first found in Essex).

But I'm not prepared to trace "Schub(ert)" to "Savona" or "Sabine" because I was convinced already that "Schubert" and "Schu(c)h" are versions of "Schoe(field)/Schole(field)" and from "Eschol." To complicate the matter, or to add a key for an ultimate solution -- however it may strike you -- the Savone/Saffin Coat uses white crescents too, and they are on blue like the Szekely-flag crescent.

We saw that Shucks use a "manus" motto term that brings up the same-colored (white) crescents as the Blackamores and related Prudes, but then there is a Magnus/Manus Coat (Shetland) using a purple lion of the same design and color in the Skeggs/Scaggs/Skecks Chief.

Both Savones/Saffins and Scaggs/Skecks use "royal blue." But then the Sheriff Coat not only uses royal blue, but both colors of the Scaggs/Skecks!!! That is huge for one of my main tasks in this update: to link Schuckerts to Sherriffs, Scheriffs and Scherfs and therefore to Nazi elements now undercover in the United States. Royal blue is used also by the English Scarfs/Scharfs!

The symbol of Shetland, a white unicorn, is used by the German Swab/Schwab Coat, a surname smacking of Swabia, known to descend from the Suebi...that I know where at an earlier time the Sabines/Safini. The Samnite tribe of the Sabines traces to the Semnones, a fellow-tribe of the Suebi. These tribes smack of the Siemens company that joined Schuckert & Co. The laurel in the Sheriff Crest now becomes relevant, finally, as that was a Daphne symbol, whom I trace to "Safini."

The Swab unicorn design is used by German Troys, and then Irish Troys use gold-on-blue griffins, the colors of the Sheriff griffins.

Enter the Walkers. The "quam" motto term has figured large recently, and then English Walkers use "quam MAGNA." It's already been mentioned that both Walkers and Sheriffs (and Scher(f)s) use red roses, and that Sheriffs use "quam videri," but Walkers just came to mind immediately after the MAGNUS/Manus surname entered the discussion and linked solidly to Scaggs/Skecks. I was then amazed to find that the German Walkers, the ones using the Scher(f)-like rose and Shield, use a white-on-blue crescent along with a gold eight-pointed star on the same blue background, the two symbols on the Szekely flag!!! Remember, the Sheriffs use a gold horizontal bar on blue, another symbol on the Szekely flag!!!!!

It was even more stunning to find that the Walker rose is identical in design to the Hollinger/Hallinger rose!!! The Hollinger roses are white on a red Shield, the colors of the Reeves roses (!!), thus making a Hollinger / Walker link to Sheriffs and Scherfs. It now suggests that God timed this update's topic, Scherf-related Nazi agents, with last night's television show on Conrad Black. THE TWO ARE LINKED!!

Blacks were first found in Lincolnshire, and so too were the Holls/Halls (talbots). I found that the Norwegian-Halland bloodline that morphed into the Holland surname concentrated themselves in Lincolnshire. The Holland surname (round-tailed lion) was first found in Lincolnshire too. The Hallands, like the Hulls (talbots again), were first found in Yorkshire, where Meschin elements (that married Lincolnshire Talbots) ended up with Skipton / Craven / Lacy elements. The English Craven Shield is also the Grate/Wreath/Crae/Rae Shield, and the Craven motto exposes links to the same Shield, in colors reversed, of the Cheshire Actons.

You may have read where I traced Cravens to the Croatia theater, where I had previously traced Rhea elements of Crete. It is logical (though not necessarily correct) to include a Sarpedon-of-Crete evolution into the Serbs, therefore, as Cravens are almost-certainly from the Hrvati=Croats (it can be assumed that "Hrvati" was from "Krevati").

Recall the Greenspan link to the Grates/Wreaths/Craes/Raes (they use the Black-Chief stars) of Crete/Curetes elements. The Greenspan write-up led to that clan by way of a "greedy" write-up code, and it was the Carrick-related CarMichaels who used a wreath code. I had linked the Crichtons/Creightons/Creetons to the same Curetes. Not only do Crichtons use the same green dragon in Crest as the Reeve Crest, thus adding to the evidence for Hollinger-Scherff links, but a Crichton motto term is "grace." The Grate/Wreathe/Crae/Rae write-up: "The Gaelic form of the surname Grate is Mac Rath, which literally means son of GRACE [caps mine] or son of prosperity."

The Keons were also traced to the Croatia theater. Keons were accessed moments ago via the Scarf/Scharf surname. German Scarfs are said to be from "sharp," and then the Sharp/Scharpe Coat ("Dum spiro spero") is in the white-on-blue (pheon) of the English Scarfs/Scharfs. The Sharp write-up then traces to "keen," a term bringing up the white-on-blue Keon Coat. The Keon fish was traced to the Saracas, originally from Kotor (MonteNegro theater), beside Budva/Butua, the latter being the city of Cadmus and Harmonia (= Armenians)...where Cadmus had been depicted with a fish. The pheon (i.e. used by Sharps) is linked by me to the Cadmus line from Armenian's Lake Van, or more particularly to the Biaini founders of Lake Van.

This Hollinger link to potential Nazis is serious business, and yet the Hollingers that run the Jerusalem Post are more Israel-friendly, apparently, than the previous liberals that ran the same media. But what the topic does is to bring the Greenspan surname to the fore, and it just so happens that Alan Greenspan piloted the financial ship of America under the Bush administration. Alan was first appointed to the Chair of the Federal Reserve by Ronald Reagan. His first wife was a Mitchell (!), and his current wife, an international journalist, is Andrea Mitchell surname!! (Lest you missed it due to skimming along, Mitchells and Michaels are one clan). Alan's mother is "Rose Goldsmith of Hungarian-Jewish descent." The Goldsmith Coat compares much with the Kick/Kechler Coat.

It's prudent to be aware: Nazi agents in high positions are not going to talk like Adolf Hitler. One would never know that George Bush Sr. was a Nazi agent judging by the things he says, and in the same way, Nazi agents in Israel must at least appear Israel friendly. But, definitely, if there is an Illuminati group seeking to form a Palestinian state, the Hollinger group appear opposed to it.

Entering "Span" brings up the Espaines surname on the one hand, a surname that appears very Spain-affiliated, but then the German Span (properly Spengel) Coat uses the same "vase" that I saw last week in the Krueger Coat (the latter's are called "jugs"). I had checked the latter surname due an Alan Krueger nomination, by Obama, to chair the White House Council of Economic Advisers. Like the Hollinger Coat's roses, the Span/Spengel vase sits on a "triple mount."

Entering "Vase" (Macclesfield cross) brings up the Norman Vescis/Fessys from Vassey, a clan that appears to be the Wassa>Washington clan. Entering "Jugen" brings up the Washington Coat almost exactly!!! The Jugen-Chief stars are larger than the Washington-Chief stars, and are of the size and colors of the Black-Chief stars!!! Yes, the Blacks are totally expected in this GreenSPAN investigation, and here they turn out to be the Washington bloodline.

WOW. The Jugen variations suggested the Judge surname, and while one Judge/Juge surname (leopard heads) was first found in Warwickshire and uses a Shick- and Chickin-colored chevron, the Irish Judge/Juge Coat uses the Shield of the Shucks, likewise first found in Warwickshire. Below, written before this paragraph, the Shucks were linked to the Hykes/Hacks using scallops on Irish-Judge scallop colors.

Remember, the Shicks above were SHAKERleys, linked to Shakespeare-of-Warwick elements. AND, judges and sheriffs go hand-in-hand-signal, especially in Masonic corruption...where it's more like hand-signal-in-hand-signal.

Dare we check the Court surname? I didn't know that it showed a Covert variation when I asked that. It looks like a phoenix in Chief, a symbol used by Montagues. The "aucta" motto term looks like code for Actons and/or Ectors/Hectors...who come up below from Montagu codes.

Aha! One Black Coat uses a "crux" motto term, now evoking the Kruegers with Crug variation. Entering "Crux" brings up a Coat in Krueger white-on-black and showing Crucks and Crycks variations. AND LOOK! The Crux/Crucks Crest is almost the same eagle as in the English Montegu Crest (looks like a phoenix but using the Fulk wings). Conrad Black's father was George Montegu Black II. Conrad's brother is Montegu Black.

The trick is to find what surname the Montegus/Montagues are aside from the "Mont." In the variations shown on the French Montagu (owl) page, the Montegaut one looked good, and the Gout Coat turned out to use the Blackamore Moor head and Black-surname-colored stars. Entering "Gue" brings the same Coat. Both Gouts and Montegus were first found in Burgundy. The Gouts of course sound like the Cottians that were met with the Cout(o) bloodline.

The English variations show a MonteCute, and the Cute/Cutt Coat (greyhound) looks like a version of the Sales Coat, suggesting a Salyes and/or Salassi alliance with Cottians in forming the Montegus. Cutes/Cutts use so-called Plates, and the German Plate Crest is a swan. The scallops of the English Plates will be shown in the summary below.

I don't think it's coincidental that the Couts (red stag), of a Cults location, link easily to the Cults Coat (red stag) with downward pheon, symbol of the Sales Crest. THEN, as per the Gough variation of the Gout/Gue surname, "Cough" (baton) was entered to find white fleur-de-lys on a black bend, the Sales-Coat symbol.

Now is the time to mention that I traced Cults/Coults and wheel-using Coulters to Piast KOLODziej the Wheelwright. He is a mythical code that gave birth to Siemo terms, and that's where the English Simon/Simmons Coat can come in, for it uses the same type Shield as the Wheelwright Coat (same Catherine Wheels as the Coulters). The idea here is that Montegu elements in the Conrad-Black family link, as I suspect, to the Siemens-Schuckert partnership, and, therefore, to the same people bringing forth the LightSquared effort.

The English-Montegu motto, "Equitas actionum regula," looks in-part code for equestians (wild guess to be sure) and part-code for the Gyula proto-Hungarians on the Mures. Together, those themes spell the Csikos Hungarians. I don't know what relationship the Gyula Khazars had with the Szekelys, but I assume a merger because both were root to Arpad Hungarians. I had been convinced that the Gyulas were in the Will surname, and only now do I see that the sun in the Will Coat (leopard-griffin) could link to the so-called "sun and moon" of the Szekely Arms. The Wills sun is in the colors of the Ector/Hector sun, and then the latter may have been Actons. We see Actons in the Montegu motto term, "actionum," and that may mean that "Equitas" could be code for Ectors>Actons.

Note that Ectors/Hectors use the same sort of diagonal bars as the French Montegu Coat. In the case of the Montegus, the bars belong to the Arms of Burgundy, but that makes the Ector/Hector bars suspect as Burgundian.

To summarize, the Hollingers and Blacks are the Leda>Helen line Spartans, even the Ladon-dragon line. The Khazars on the Mures are one entity, but they merged there with the Helen Mysians, the Mysian side including the Meshwesh>Massey line. I have had trouble tracing the Helen line to north Africa, but assume it to have been there with Meshwesh. I traced the Helen line from Messene to Messina, the latter being also Scylla, and that identifies the Szekely of the Mures as the Helen-line Mysians (= the Priam>Paris>Hector Trojans from the Hellespont, but removed to Sparta). The Helen>Halland line was Danish to some degree and ended up in Norway, settling Lincolnshire, where they merged with Rhodian Danaans, some of them evolving into the Rhodian Illuminati. The Priam>Paris Trojans were from the Exodus-Hyksos ruler, the unrepentant, obstinate, hard-hearted, arch-enemies of God to be lured to Israel for their final Plague.

It just so happens that Helen's brother, Castor, was a horse specialist. It's interesting that the Csikos horse specialists are the topic of concern of horse-owner, emailer Patterson, whose Patterson/Cussane bloodline could be related to the Cass/CAST surname. Moreover, she also has a Hall bloodline. Isn't that wilder than wild Spartan horses? Remember too that Pattersons of Ross-shire trace solidly to Hungarians of Scotland's founding.

A couple of days after reporting on Rick Perry's links to Wagner's Apostolic movement, I opened an aging email (August 11) from emailer Patterson: Read an article saying that pres. prospects Sarah Palin and Rick Perry were backed by this [Apostolic Church]. I will have to do more research. She offered the three webpages below:
"Mary Glazier: Wagner's NAR Chief Prophetess In Alaska - She is also Sarah Palin's long-time spiritual mentor and spiritual dietician...t would be fitting that Palin disclose clearly here Glazier relationship and publicly reject the Apostolic/Prophetic dream for an American theocracy."

...Pastor Torp of Oslo, Norway, is an Apostle in C. Peter Wagner's International Coalition of Apostles, a network of about 500 apostles in the United States and 42 other nations. Torp reported in Norwegian that he had been visiting C. Peter Wagner and wife Doris during the previous week, at the time when Palin was named as a vice-presidential candidate. He reports the excitement about Palin in the media but points out an interesting thing that he says has not received so much attention in the US - that Sarah Palin is a member of the prayer networks under Peter Wagner and his Alaska prayer-leader, Mary Glazier.

Then, a photo of:

Sarah Palin being anointed before running for governor by two Alaskan pastors and Apostle Thomas Muthee of Kenya, a star in several movies in the "Transformations" series.

It's no small matter to play "Apostle" when one's not, and to proclaim oneself as such to church members. I doubt very much that God will use such a one. When you enter a church, take a back or middle seat so that you might be invited closer to the front. Or, don't take the Apostle's seat and in the end be ashamed when your seat is asked of you by God for someone else. You get it. Let's not be seeking the places of self-honor.

I don't believe that God has in mind to rule the United States with Christians. I would like to see it, but I don't think He has that in mind. The Palin/Pawley Coat uses white-on-black stars in Chief, the colors of the stars of the Warwickshire Shucks. Again, Sheriffs were first found in Warwickshire too, and it had been found that Shakespeare elements, of a known Rosicrucian leader, were in Warwickshire. Those Rosicrucians included Francis Bacon, and were linked to the Anglican church. Then, the Bacon Coat uses black-on-white stars in Chief. Atlantean whistles are blowing everywhere, and by now we know that Atlantis rising, the theme of Francis Bacon's New Atlantis, is identical to the rising phoenix.

Here's the Glazier Coat, by the way. Downward white-on-blue pheons, and likely the Lanarkshire heart. A white-on-blue pheon is used by the Sharps, accessed from the Scarf/Scharf write-up. How is it that we can so-easily link an Apostle-agent to the family of Scherfs that are suspect as neo-Nazi agents? Wasn't it apparent from George Bush that he decided to use American Christians for his power base?

The Couts use an An eagle rising." Couts lived in Cults, and the Cout-related Cult surname uses a pheon on colors-reversed to the Glaziers and Scarfs. The Cult Crest uses a dart. The Shuck Crest: "A blackamoor couped at the waist with a gold dart in the hand."

The Tarts/Darts may apply, but in any case if this convinces us that Glaziers were Blacks, it should be added that the red-on-white stars of the Blacks are used also by Gleasons and Glass'. Previously, the stars of the Glass surname (first found in Buteshire) were traced to the lone Botter star. The Botters were identified with the (Kil)Patricks, who, like Blacks, use a black-on-white saltire.

Remember, the Shuck write-up uses a "goblin" term as derivation for the surname. Entering "Gobelin" brings up an English Gobelins/Gouberts/Gauberts, and then entering "Gober" brings up a clan likewise first found in Warwickshire. The write-up: "What is the English Gobelin family crest and coat of arms? When did the Gobelin family first arrive in Canada?" Why Canada? Conrad Black, from Montague elements, apparently, is a Canadian from a Canadian family. If you take the "bert" off of the surname variations at the above page, you end up with terms like "(Monta)gue."

The Gober Coat uses the Covert martins in colors reversed to the Covert martins! The Gober surname is also "Gobert"!!

Recall the Gobel surname that came up first, way above, as per the "goblin" term in the Shuck write-up. Gobels are properly shown as Goodbolds/Godbolds. Now we find Gobers by way of the same goblin code, and they are shown also as: Godberd, Godbard, Godbert, Godbart, and Godber.

The Gobels/Goodbolds were found to use bows and an arrow, the symbol of the Demon/Demont Coat. I say that due to the Shuck write-up: "The Shuck family lived in Warwickshire which is derived from the Old English word scucca, meaning goblin or demon..." Now you know again how cleverly deceptive these write-ups can be. But why do heraldry write-ups deceive? Only trolls do that. Only the unworthy do that.

By what coincidence is it that the Desmonds of Muskerry were traced to Mus of Lake Van, while Demons/Demonts are also shown as "Desmon/Desmont"?

Entering "Demon" brings up another Coat from a clan in the same place, Orleans, as the Demons/Demonts/Desmons. This time the Demon/Desmond Coat is quite like the Reeves Coat. Fantastic, for I trace Reeves to "Shire Reeves" = Sheriffs! That is, Sheriffs, like the Shucks using the demon code, were first found in Warwickshire. Therefore, the reeves/sheriffs that created the surname were of Desmond elements. And, the trace of the Schuckerts et-all to Hebron works where Armenian elements at Lake Van had linked to Boscath in Hebron.

The Swab and Troy unicorn shown in the Italian Delmonte/Demont Coat (Piedmont) should apply. You can see a Demonte location on this map of Cuneo.

The Irish Desmond Coat (in Hebron-Coat colors) uses a "Crom" motto term, and then an English Crom/Crombe surname uses a chevron in the colors of the Hebron chevron. Then there is another red eagle in the Scottish Crombe Coat!

The Rosicrucian, Oliver Cromwell, comes to mind. But as I trace Desmonds to ancient Deylamites at Lake Van, the Dees / Deas / Days ought to be mentioned because a Rosicrucian, John Dee, was of the Atlantean fold of Francis Bacon. Desmonds were originally "Deas." The Deas' of Muskerry were also in Angus, as the Deas-Coat page shows. The Deas Coat is in the green and white colors of the Scottish Crombe surname first found in Aberdeen, beside Angus, thus clinching the "Crom" motto term of the Desmonds.

The Monkey in the Irish Desmond Crest now looks like code for the Monks, who also use a chevron in Hebron-chevron colors. Monks were first found in Devon.

I haven't emphasized the Hyksos (from Hayk/Kaik Armenians) that I know are at the root of the Lake-Van dragon cult. But now the "Haec" motto term of the Shucks can be unveiled as the Hykes/Hacks, first found in Devon. Not only are the latter in Shuck colors, but the dart symbol of the Shucks can be assumed to be code for Tarts/Darts, first found in Devon. My suspicions had been that "Tart" (as per the Tarrat variation of the Taruns) traces to Turan at Lake Van, but I wasn't going to mention it...until now.

Scottish Hykes/Hacks/Hakes use the same fish as the GLASgows. Remember, Couts of Cults use an An eagle rising," and the Cult Crest also shows a dart. And Cults use a pheon in colors reversed to the Glaziers, suggesting now that Glaziers were of Glasgow elements. The Houstons/Cuistons were first found in Renfrewshire, where Glasgow is located, and then another red eagle (= phoenix in my mind) is used by the Cuise Coat.


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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