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February 14 - 20, 2012

A Fuller Brush with Fulbert of Pollock of Roquefeuil
The Beset Button was from Obama's McFaul Guy, Born in Glasgow USA
It's Really the Sheriff's Fault for Fowling Things Up
Montana's got its Baucus up Against the Waller
What a Total Messina Obama's got Himself Into
The Dirt on Hitler's Shovels

The headline, Al-Qaida leader backs Syrian revolt against Assad, wherein "Ayman al-Zawahri...urged Syrians not to rely on the West or Arab governments in their uprising to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad."

Zawahiri is a co-founder with Osama bin-Laden of Al-Qaeda.

Obama now has the ability to punish Netanyahu in the headline, "If US cuts aid to Egypt, we'll alter Israel peace deal" Obama wanted to see the Muslin Brotherhood lead Egypt, and to his great satisfaction, it has become a super reality. "Senior Muslim Brotherhood official Essam El-Erian tells 'Al Hayat' if the US cuts aid to Egypt, it would be violation of 1979 peace accords; poll finds 7 in 10 Egyptians want to cut off US assistance." Will Obama cut it???

The question is how the Egyptian military will hang on to some form of power under the restraining belts of this scenario. The problem for prophetic fulfillment is that Egypt does not have a king at present whom the anti-Christ can invade. Daniel 11, starting at verse 25, says that the "king of the south" will muster a great army against southward intrusions by the anti-Christ. I cannot see such a scenario with an anti-Israel Muslim Brotherhood acting as the Egyptian king of the south. Does this predict that the Egyptian military will turn on the Brotherhood, ignore the election results, and prop up it's own "king." Or, will the Brotherhood turn Western-friendly, as it somewhat seems to be promising, and betray anti-Israelis? The near future should reveal.

If something doesn't happen soon, I'll need to toss out all my Iraq chapters, and replace them with large question marks, or perhaps still silence. As it is now, some editing is required for the parts suggesting that Osama bin Laden would become the "ruler of a covenant," mentioned earlier in Daniel 11.

My premise was that the leader of al-Qaeda seemed to be the ruler of the covenant because al-Qaeda seemed like one of two entities broken by the verse-22 army, which army I pegged as the American-coalition onslaught of George Bush. Zawahiri, an al-Qaeda co-founder, might be that ruler of the covenant, however. The criteria in Daniel 11 for this ruler is that he falls alongside an onslaught into an end-time neo-Seleucid kingdom, and arises again in league with an anti-Christ acting as his group's savior. Seleucids started out in Babylon, some 20 miles from Baghdad, and ended up ruling Syria too.

Zawahiri, born in Egypt, was, last I heard, a proponent of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. It makes great sense at present, therefore, that something other than the Brotherhood should rule Egypt while the anti-Christ invades it. If the Brotherhood gets in, I'd probably lose all hope of seeing the last seven years begin anytime soon.

From the 3rd update of February, 2009:

I believe the following report:
"Vera Putina, 82, has claimed [Vladimir Putin] is the child she gave away at the age of ten, giving an account of an unhappy childhood which is fiercely disputed by the Kremlin.

...Records in the archives of Metekhi's closest town, Caspi, indicate that a Vladmir Putin was registered at Metekhi school, 1959-1960, stated nationality: Georgian.

Metekhi is where Vera lived. It's an area in T'bilisi (ancient Tubal), roughly the bull's eye of the ancient land of Gog. But I was delightfully stunned, in light of the topic at the end of the previous update, when I read this:

"Tbilisi is one of the few places in the world (Sarajevo and Paramaribo being another) where a synagogue and a mosque are located next to each other, in the ancient Bath district several hundred meters from the Metekhi Church."

Before discovering Vera Putin, I had been considering a trace of "Putin" to Georgian Bat stock (which was the topic at the end of the previous update). As the city of Batumi was also called "Bathys," is it a coincidence that Putin grew up in/near the Bath district of T'bilisi??? Could that district have been named after peoples from Bathys? Could the Baath party somehow be related?

...In his biography, Vladimir says that his parents were the Russians, Maria Ivanovna Putina, a factory worker, and Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin (both died before 2000). However, Vera claims that she abandoned her 10-year old son to her parents in Russia (her father was a Putin, presumably), who then gave him away to others...

As I was wondering whether to believe Vera's story, I was convinced when I read this:

"The Russian journalist and media magnate, Artyom Borovik, was on his way to Kiev when his private plane crashed. Allegedly, he was on the point of publishing the story about Mrs Putina.

The Italian journalist, Antonio Russo, electronically transmitted footage of Mrs Putina to Italy shortly before he was shot dead near Tbilisi."

...Vera said that "Mr Putin's father was a Russian mechanic, Platon Privalov, who got her pregnant while married to another woman. She claims her son, nicknamed 'Vova' was born on October 7, 1950, exactly two years before Mr Putin's official birth date."

If Putin is end-time Gog, both those who predict a Georgian, and those who predict a Russian, will be correct. Putin has the position to become head of Europe, as I expect Gog must...

I find that idea extremely difficult at this time. There were sufficient years since that was written to make such a scenario viable, but Obama's reset button has become more a siren than a song. It is so difficult to envision a Gog of any sort on the European throne -- aside from Rothschilds -- that I may throw myself on a Rothschild-Antichrist view.

From that perspective, the Muslim Brotherhood gains Egypt and threatens Israel. Rothschilds come to the rescue, and they defeat the Muslim Brotherhood in war. Rothschilds (i.e. probably with a Nato / American army) then threaten the right-wingers (Netanyahu is one) in Israel who wish to hold to the Ancient Promise, which is to say the so-called "holy covenant" in Daniel 11. The right wingers will not compromise Jerusalem, as Europe wishes. When the right wingers do not submit, Rothschilds order an invasion of Jerusalem, and Israel's military flees, causing the Israeli populations to largely abandon the city. Desolation. God then finds His opportunity to enter the situation while the Rothschild armies are in His trap.

In this picture, the take-over of Iraq's richest provinces by Rothschilds has already taken place. And the take-over of Syria / Damascus by Rothschilds can be considered underway as we speak. In fact, American forces in Mosul did come to a deal/alliance with the Baathists who fell in the Bush war, and it may also be truer than we realize that Rothschilds have made similar deals with al-Qaeda. As we see right now, the al-Qaeda leader is supporting the civil war against the Syrian regime. It may have been as much as years ago that Rothschilds made Mosul their launch pad for war into Syria, though we knew few details of what happening.

Whether this picture will be the prophetic reality can be gauged by what happens in Egypt. Until there is a major war in Egypt from attackers in Israel, I don't think the last seven years can be deemed arrived. I don't see how we can fail to identify the anti-Christ when he defeats Egypt in war.

After the following decision, Iran sent at least one naval ship into the Mediterranean sea:

On [February 5] Russia and China vetoed a Western-Arab draft UN resolution that called on Assad to quit. That drew U.S. and European criticism which Russia dismissed as hysterical.

Ryabkov, speaking on a visit to Colombia, said Russia would take "drastic measures" if the West kept trying to intervene in Syria's internal affairs through the Security Council.

...Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who is almost certain to win a presidential election in March, warned the West not to meddle in the affairs of Syria, or those of Russia.

Russia's lower house of parliament adopted a statement on Friday condemning the West for "intervening in other states' affairs and imposing outside decisions on them".

Below is a short video showing general Makarov of Russia, speaking on an Iranian attack by Israel / U.S. I've never seen him before on video. Recently, Leon Panetta openly declared that Israel has decided to attack Iran before the summer. Such an announcement, because it was publicized deliberately, would suggest, but only on its face, that Obama opposes the Israelis on this point. However, Panetta and the Israelis could be bluffing, or the Americans may have decided to support the attack under the condition that the US can portray itself uninvolved. The same questions must be floating around the Russian round table.

The following short video claims that certain Muslins knew, before 2008, that the next U.S. president would be a Muslim. How did they know? Did Muslims really have enough powers inside the U.S. to bring Obama to power? No. Therefore, Muslims knew it because some Illuminati invisibles promised it to them.

The headline, "Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood backs military in dispute with U.S," is an embarrassment to Obama, the one who took immediate credit for tearing the horn of power from Egypt, allowing the country to go to the Brotherhood. This could mark a schism of no return to a partnership with the U.S. which then favors an alliance between the Brotherhood and Hamas. After all, Hamas is the very product of that Muslim Brotherhood. The video above suggests that the Muslim president of the U.S. promised Jerusalem to the Arabs. We'll need to wait and see whether Obama, if the great tribulation of Israel starts under his presidency, deploys a hands-off policy toward Israel's desolation.

Under what sort of American president can a journalist from an anti-American, pro-Arab media win an American award: "Al-Jazeera English, Penn State Abuse Scandal Reporter Win Polk Awards." Fancy that headline appearing just as I'm doing the update (this one) that treats Pollocks/Polks more than I ever have.

Joseph Farrah says that Obama is toast for 2012, if one state passes legislation requiring birth documents from presidential candidates. Three states are (or were) considering such legislation. Here's the short video:

Pollock Ancestry of Hitler's Family

I've read Pollock-surname pages before, and probably even the one below, but never with eyes like these. In the last update or two, evidence that Pollocks were in the mother (Klara Polzl) of Adolf Hitler has been evident. GD sent in the Pollock-family webpage below on February 5, before I had linked Pollocks to Polzls. Klara's mother was herself a Hiedler/Hitler. What are the chances that an investigation on this Pollock article deals with terms in the clan's early history show links to Hiedlers?

The chances are slim, unless it's true. The page deals with kinship of the progenitor of Pollocks, "Fulbert the Saxon," and toys with his linkage to Fulbert, the grandfather-in-law of William the Conqueror, or another Fulbert, the Chamberlain of the Conqueror. If I'm correct in my identification of "FUL(bert)," the world of Norman historians can have a new thing to ponder, but this is hardly the purpose of this Hitler revelation. We will see in the latter half of update that it's about tribulation "warfare" between Light and darkness.

As the Conqueror's grandfather-in-law was Fulbert of Falaise, otherwise known as "the tanner of Falaise." My first impression is that Ful(bert) was named after "Falaise," or a variation thereof. The Fall/Fallis (using trefoils), and Feller (more trefoils) surnames were mentioned in the last update. But then the Fall/Faul surname uses a stag head, a symbol half way down the Rollo-Coat page [I hadn't yet got to Obama's point man in Russia, with McFaul surname, when this was written]. The Rollo Crest is the same boar design as per the Pollock Crest.

Moreover, the Pollock hunting horns are assumed to trace to Hunts / Hunters / Huntingdons, and Hunters use hunting horns in colors reversed to the Pollock Coat, and colors reversed to the hunting horn that is the Arms of Huntingdon. Hunters were even first found (In Ayrshire) beside Renfrew found, and English Hunters/Hunts were first found in Shropshire, where Renfrew's Pollocks had come from. IN FACT, Fulbert of Pollock had been a friend of the Alans>Stewarts of Shropshire. If we assume with good reason that Hunt(er)s were Hungarians (stag symbol), it easily explains the stag used by Rollos.

[Insert -- Later, we come to the rectangles in the Arms of Roquefeuil, yet not until the last day of this update (i.e. after Fulbert had been linked to Roquefeuils) did I realize that the gold rectangle at the center of the Arms of Huntingdon was in the two colors of the rectangles in the Arms of Roquefeuil. End Insert].

Reminder: the Scottish Andrews use what I see as a version of the Pollock saltire, suggesting king Andrew I of Hungary. It was David I who had a royal line in Huntingdon, and David's mother had been in exile with king Andrew. Her husband (Malcolm III) was probably responsible to the blue-on-white saltire of the Malcolm/Callam surname, colors reversed to the saltire that became Scotland's "Andrews Cross."

David was married to Maud of Huntingdon (both Davids and Mauds were first found in Cheshire). Maud's daughter with another man married into Tonbridge, important if "tanner" is code for Tonbridge elements, an idea presented recently. The point is, David's brother younger was AlexANDER, and then the Alexander Coats are not only in the colors of the Hunt(er), but use a split Shield identical to that of Hunt(er)s. Moreover, while Pollocks are Maxwells, Russian Alexanders (Zionist stars) use the black-on-white bent-necked eagle of Maxwells (of ROXburghshire).

But Pollocks are predicted to be from Poles from bee-depicted Bessin elements, even though mixing with Andrew's Hungarian elements in Scotland. Maxwell-related MAXtons use a bee. Emailer Pollock remarked years ago that the string on the Pollock bugle looks like a bee (in flight). The Maxton write-up: "The Parish name is believed to come from the 'tun' or 'homestead' of Maccus, believed to have been a Saxon [my emphasis] settler...". Even the "tun" may be used there as code. See below the Pole-like term used for "the tanner," and that the term is not altogether understood as a certainty, or that the world may have been fed lies to keep the Polish secret:

Fulbert has traditionally been held to be a tanner, based on translations of Orderic's additions to the Gesta Normannorum Ducum. He writes that during the siege of Alencon (1051-2), the natives had been mutilated by William [the Conqueror] after they called him a pelliciarius (pelterer), because his mother's kinsmen had been pollinctores (corpse preparers). One later poetic source interpreted the occupation to be that of tailor, but in part due to flawed transcripts of the original, many historians have concluded he was a tanner. Others have favored a more literal reading, that Herleva's family had been undertakers or embalmers.

Hmm, why is one who carries a casket called a "pallbearer." Why would William mutilate those who were merely telling the truth? Was it really because one working with animal skins or corpses is a low-class occupation for a royal line? Or did William need to shut them up for keeping the Polish reality unknown?

Compare "pellic" or even "pollinc(tore)" to "Pollok." The Pell/Pellis surname gets a PELICan, a term that I've traced to "Pulcipher," a variation of the Pulsipher/Polesdon surname, first found in Cheshire. Alencon above (Norman home of Cheshire's Maceys / Masseys) seems important because Coeur d'ALENE is beside Heutter in Post FALLS, Idaho. And, the Post surname uses yet another hunting horn, in the black color of the Traby-of-Poland hunting horn that I traced to Huntingdon.

It was just in the last update where "tanner" was linked suggestively to the Toner surname, using the Hastings "sleeve," otherwise called a "maunche" as code for the English channel (at Manche), anciently called "the sleeve [of water]." Mangels use the sleeve sideways and call it a "maunche."

I link the Manche term to the Mang term at Fussen/Foetes (see last update), and it just so happens that the Prime Coat shows a bent human leg, same as the Arms of Fussen. Mieszko had a son, BOLEslaw, who had a son, BezPRYM. By what coincidence does the Legh surname work into the elements of this discussion?

In the last update, the Post and Fall/Faul surnames were brought up precisely due to the suspicion that Post Falls was named after the two surnames, and the surnames were shown to be potentially related. My trace (long before the topic at hand) had been mentioned of the Post surname to "Piast," the name of the Polish dynasty to which I trace Pollocks. It just so happens that I tentatively traced "Paisley," in Renfrew, to "Piast" too, while Fulbert the Saxon was registered in the Monastery of Paisley.

What's that anchor (Heidler-line symbol) doing in the Scottish Paisley Coat, and why are Paisleys in the colors of Pays'/Pases and Posts? Why is the Paisley anchor under what in Scotland is the Mackay Shield?

Later, we come to some important crossed spears, which both Pays'/Pases and Speers of Renfrew use. The Pays'/Paces were first found in Bologna, where Boii had ruled. THIS LINK OF PAISLEYS TO PAYS' is new right here, important if true that Pays and Puys were related to Dupuys (Languedoc), a branch of Payens. Dupuys even use the same lion as Leghs of Cheshire, and Wikipedia shows the same lion as the personal Arms of Ranulf le Meschin. This lion ended up being the lion of Scotland, in my opinion. The Legh Crest shows a "broken spear," no doubt symbol of Renfrew's Speers...that I traced to Poland's Lusatia. The Hastings "sleeve" is used in Leicester (beside Cheshire), on the LEGros river.

The English BOLE Crest uses the same boar -- even shot through with an arrow -- as the Pollock-Crest boar. That in itself is a convincing argument for tracing Pollocks to "Boleslaw." It may even be that "Pollock" derives in variations from "Bole." Did we see the Boii of BOLogna above? There's even a Bullock surname (bull heads, as with Mieskes) first found in the same Rockefeller-suspect place as Maxwells and Maxtons.

I expect that Fulberts under discussion were somehow linked to a Mieszko line. BEZprym's Polish-Bohemian line has been traced (by me) to the Bohemian center of the Bessin (i.e. "BEZprym > "Bessin"), where Meschins were first found. The Bole and Pell/Pellis surnames were both first found in the same place, Lincolnshire, home of le Meschin's wife, and suspect as home of Roquefeuil-and-Rodes elements from Languedoc.

Back to my fresh theory on the table that Fulbert the "pelliciarius" had been at the root of the PULCipher/Polesdon surname (stag in Crest). The clan is shown also as "PULLison" and comes up with "Pullis," what could modify to/from "Ful." The Pell pelican design is that of the Pullens, and therefore I must repeat what was found in an online historical article, that both Pullens and Pulciphers were co-founders of a Romulus location in Wayne county, Michigan, and that the Pullen Coat is also the Romney Coat. The Bullock Shield, you see, is also the Wayne Shield.

[Hmm, the Pell Crest uses a gold-on-green "wreath," Arms-of-Roquefeuil colors.]

The Pullen motto, "Nulla PALLEScere culpa," is translated "To turn pale from no crime," which makes no sense to me, but does somewhat suggest a corpse. The ending on that motto term is like the ending on "pelliCIARius." "Culpa" means "fault" or "guilt." When an Italian says, "it's your culpa," it means, "it's your fault." The term smacks of the Fall/Faul surname [this fault theme is the reason for finding the Fault / Fauls surname playing a large Montana role later in this update. There is even an online video of Max Baucus of Montana drunk in the Senate, saying "fault" repeatedly, which video was found immediately after linking Faults to the Sheriff surname of Max's mother].

There is much evidence that Normandy traced to Italy, especially the Abruzzi/Abreu surname. The Fall/Faul Coat (another stag) uses black Adler eagles, a symbol also of Eagleshams/Eaglesons, first found in the same place (Renfrew) as Pollocks. Eaglesham was one of the lands granted by David I of Scotland to Walter fiztAlan Stewart, along with the lands Paisley, Pollok, and Cathcart. The latter was named in-part after the Cart river flowing by the Pollok location.

Dutch Falls use a red-on-white bend, colors reversed to the "Jewish" Pollock bend. As "Pollok" corresponds to a Polley" term, so we find a red bend in the Polley/Polhill Coat. The Polley/Polhill Crest is a deer called a "hind," and then the Hind Coat compares very well with the Fell Coat! The same lozenges are used (along with what ought to be the Massey fleur) in the Whelan/Phelan/FAILin Coat.

The Polley hind is with oak leaves and acorns, and then the Alan Coat uses the same colors, and oak leaves! We definitely have something here, a Fulbert link to Polleys. You can read at the Pollock article above that Fulbert is typically described as a friend of Walter fitzAlan...who was raised to second place in Scotland, second only to David I. Why? And why did Fulbert "the tanner" name his own son, Walter?

It just so happens that the Polleys/Polhills use a bend in the colors of the Arms of Baden, while the German Walt surname was first found in Baden. That's where the Zahringers, using antlers, ruled, who I traced to Lusatia's Spree river, the river that I say named the Sprees and related Speers of Renfrew, and likely the Shakespeares [later, we find Pollocks related to Bacons, and some believe that Francis Bacon was the real William Shakespeare]. It's therefore no coincidence that both the Walt and English Baden Coats use three identical axes. German Walsers also use the axe, but also a two-tailed Melusine. I've insisted that Melusine is code for Spree-river Lusatians / Poles to the Speers.

AMAZING. An email from Tim was just opened last night. It was so important that I wrote back telling that his finding would be in an update as the topic finds relevance. And right here it already finds relevance. He had been looking at the Cunningham surname, inquiring what the "Over" term in the Cunningham motto, "Fork over Fork," might mean. The Over surname of Cheshire is from an Over location in Cheshire. Tim then sent in from the following webpage:

Recorded in a large number of spellings including Conyngham, Cunningham...The place name is first recorded as Cunegan in the year 1153, the spelling being British (pre-Roman) of uncertain origin...The coat of arms borne by the Cunninghams as earls of Glencairn has the blazon of a silver shield charged with a black SHAKEfork, the crest being a silver unicorn's head couped, the motto "Over fork over"..

I didn't know until then that the Cunningham 'Y' or 'fork" was a "shakefork." The natural thing to do was to check the Shake surname...and there was a rabbit or coney, the symbol of the Cony and Conn Coats. Connection to Pollocks is where Shakes use "molehills," for the Mole Coat (rising phoenix) uses a boar (Pollock symbol), and a "Post" motto term! [Post Falls, Idaho, is now suspect as founded in part by the Fall/Faul surname that I'm linking tentatively to "Ful(bert)," but the Fault /Fauls' line to Montana's current Senator then seems applicable. We'll take a look at Max Baucus' particulars later.]

German Posts use a lion in the white-on-blue colors of the Mole boar, and the Morevilles use the same lion in the same colors, important because the Cunningham article above says:

The main branch of the [Cunningham] family trace their ancestry back to a knight called Wernebald. He was in the service of Hugh de Morville...

It suggests to me that Morevilles were from Piast Poles who became Posts. In fact, I traced the Moray star to the Mieszko bloodline, for both Boles and French Bez' use the Moray-colored star (Bezprym was Boleslaw's son). Moreover, I found half the Pollock saltire in the Spanish Baez/Pelaiz Coat. I now see that "Pelaiz" is much like the Pulcipher/PELLIS surname that was identified above with the "pelliciarius" term applied to Fulbert "the tanner."

But what of the Cunningham fork symbol? I had traced Cunninghams to Cuneo of Piedmont, but not because I had traced the Conys and Conns there. Until Tim sent in the "shakefork" term, I didn't know for certain that Cunnighams were linked to Conns and Conys. Here is what I wrote Tim last night:

Most excellent find Tim.. I didn't know until reading this that their fork was a "shakefork," and then the Shake/Shakerly Crest is a rabbit/coney, as in the Cony and Conn Coats. The latter Coats are in a Meschin format and colors reversed to the Shakespeare Coat. The Shakespeare Coat is then similar to the Over Coat, which uses a "FRET." I had traced Cunninghams and Conys to Cuneo, in Italy, where MontFERRAT is located. Montferrat was likely named by Ferraris, and I trace their lion to the Fergus lion, and then some Fergus lines are also Farquhar, same as FORKers/Farquhars.

The Forkers/Farquhars were first found in Ayrshire, where Cunninghams were first found, all beside the Pollocks of Renfrew. The French Bez surname uses the Fergus-colored lion too this bloodline is suspect by me as a Pharisee line).

It made sense that the Shakespeare surname should link to "shakefork," and that's where the English Walter Coat (more boars) comes in, using the same bend as Shakespeares. That's why Tim's email became relevant so soon.

As Pollocks have thus been shown to have Cunningham links, so the Walter Coat above should be that of Walter fitzAlan. In fact, the Shakespeare and Walter bend is also the Gripp bend, a surname I've traced to Gripel in Brittany, suggesting that the Shropshire Alans had hold of Gripel.

It just so happens that German Walters, first found in Silesia (Poland), use the same lion design (what I usually call the Mackie / Mackesy lion), in the same colors, as Voirs/Voyers. It's the Voirs/Voyers who were first found in Gripel!

I've traced Voirs/Voyers (as per the Oliphant motto) to the Rollo-related Touts / Toothills / Tuttles, and Oliphants (white unicorn, as with Cunninghams) were traced (by me, much thanks to Tim))to "Eliphas," son of Esau. Then, Esau was given a black-boar symbol (all thanks to Tim for that message) in the Book of Enoch, and a black boar is the symbol of the Bole Crest. Again, Boles use a boar shot through with an arrow, as with the Pollock boar. The Bowles use a black boar too, and Parkers use a Stewart Shield (perhaps the most-influential British royal right now is married to a Parker-Bowles).

Emailer Pollock sent me a message this past week on Pollock DNA studies, tracing them to Israel. Yes, but Esau-ites were there too. A trace to Esau suggests a trace from Bozrah (Esau's capital in Edom) to BozCATH in Hebron, and that may be where the CATHcart surname and location in Renfrew ultimately comes in.

There is a Cathcart Coat (in Voir- and Walter-lion colors), showing a "hope" motto term. Hopes and related Hoods use anchors, important because Heidlers use an anchor too, and because I'm leading you to a Pollock link to Hiedlers/Hitlers. It was the Paisleys, of Pollok, that likewise use the Heidler anchor design.

English Hoods/Hutts use a fret, the symbol of the Overs, which is good reason for tracing the fret (part-mascle) to a mascle-like bloodline in MontFerrat. As we've seen axes here, perhaps the axe-using Covers were Overs. It just so happens that Covers are in the colors of Coverts, and use the Shield like Pullens.

I showed Tim last night that while some trace Over-related Cunninghams to "Coen," the Coen Coat is a Shield filled with blue and white checks (Stewart symbol too). The Brittany Fers/Ferrats use the same Shield exactly. These are the colors of the Hood/Hutt fret. I say that the Fers/Ferrats and Cohens are the heart of the Melusine bloodline, for I trace it to the Khazar woman, Melissena Rangabe. The Arms of Rangabe is a white on blue cross, as with the Hood/Hutt fret.

You might want to remember, as we get to the Belli > Hitler topic (that links Pollocks to Hitlers), that the Rangabe cross is that of the Bouillon Coat, and that Bouillons use a "bello" motto term as well as the MOOR heads of the Scottish Belli surname of MORay. The implications are the BELLamys of Ferte-Mace, Alencon. Templars always come down to Maceys.

[Hmm, the "Zealous" motto of Hoods/Hutts suggests a look at "Zeal," which gets the Seal(y) wolf heads mentioned in the last update. Seal(e)ys will be found below in Hitler-suspect Montana.]

My suspicion is that Pollok was named after Bole elements. Both Bowles and Boles were first found in Lincolnshire, exactly where I expect the ancient Rodes' merger with RoqueFEUILS > RockFELLERs. Here's the Arms of Roquefeuil, with green Shield. The merger above took place (in Languedoc) about a century after Fulbert of Pollock. I don't know where all the Roquefeuil branches were at the time of Fulbert, but here is some Roquefeuil history (for your records) that enlightens only slightly on their Languedoc particulars. I'm thinking they had a Falaise branch from whence came Fulbert. We read: "The related branch of the RoccaFULL [caps mine] served the King of Aragon...". On Hugh of Rodes, the one who married Isabell of Roquefeuil, we read:

Hugh IV (Occitan: Uc), of the House of Millau, was the Count of Rodez and Viscount of Carlat and Creyssel from 1221 until his death. He was the son of Henry I of Rodez and Algayette of Scorailles.

First, the last update spoke on a Swiss Kreis surname, leader of the Aryan Nations at Post Falls / Coeur d'Alene / Hayden Lake (three Idaho locations beside one another, where also a Hutt-like Heutter sub-division is located). The Kreis Coat uses diagonal bars in the colors of the same in the Hiedler/Hitler Coat. I now find "CREYSsel" in the Rodez theater, along with SCORailles," evoking the Skorzeny surname of a Nazi (Hitler's bodyguard) who said on his deathbed confession that Hitler escaped to Montana (beside Idaho). This Otto Skorzeny also spoke on the Score-like Scherffs.

IN FACT, the Coeur d'Alene discussion largely featured Fern and Ferm-like terms (as per Fernan lake at Coeur d'Alene), and we now come to the "Tiens ferme" motto in the Squire/Squirrel/Skair Coat, perhaps important because the Coat uses a squirrel, which smacks of "Scorailles."

Skorzeny claimed that George Bush Sr. was born George Scherff, and then, like Boles and Bowles, the Bush Coat uses black boars. I even tend to trace the Bush surname (which I identify with Buz, son of Nahor, the possible namer of Bozrah) to "BOZcath." If this is correct, then Cathcart in Renfrew could be part of the reason that William Hitler (Adolph's nephew) was very trace-able (in the last two updates) to Renfrew elements.

The Wrens are said to be of "Ralph de Raines" and of "Rennes" (Brittany), but one can trace to "Renfrew" as well. Unfortunately, the Renfrew/Rainfrew page shows no Coat. The point is that the Wrens use the same gold crosslets as Carpenters, and the Heidler/Hitler write-up traces the surname to "carpenter." Carpenters use a "Per acuta belli" motto, same motto as Scottish Bellis/Belleys with Moor heads. What's with that?

Apparently, Bouillons/Builes link to Hitler-suspect Carpenters, which supports the Wren and Raines links to Melusine = Melissena Rangabe (from Byzantium's nobles), because Bouillons use the RANgabe cross. It just so happens that Bellis/Belleys lived at Bellie in Moray, and that the Moray Crest is...Melusine. It suggests that Khazar blood from Byzantium's imperials went though Rennes (perhaps even named it) to Renfrew, where the Stewarts use Cohen checks.

The three Moray stars are not also used by Weirs/Veres (= the Cohen bloodline as it merged Melissena's Varangian husband), but by Vernes, important where the Italian Belli surname (uses version of Carpenter Shield) was first found in Verona (Italy).

REMINDER: the Moray stars come from the Mieszko line, and are found in both the Belgian Bole and French Bez Coats. And Pollocks are suspect as a line of Boles and Baez', though more directly from Fulbert elements suspect in the Fellers...who use the same Coat, almost, as the French Verona Coat!

(An Aside: What's that white-on-blue fish doing in the Verona Coat? Didn't I trace the Saraka fish, in the same colors, to the fleur-de-lys of the Lys surname, a surname first found in Ile-de-France, where the Veronas were first found? I knew nothing of Verona surname when I traced the central part of the fleur-de-lys to a fish. Ragusa, where Saracas lived, was alternatively called, "Laus." The fish can be spotted in the fleur used by Bush-related Boschs.

As Chappes (black Moor heads as with Bellis and Bouillons!) were first found in Ile-de-France, and as GD has shown strong evidence that Hugh de Payen (Templar partner with Godfrey de Bouillon) had married a Chappes, I note that the Verona Shield is also the Payen Shield. Chappes are likely a branch of Sheaves/Chiapponis (i.e. Caiaphas suspect) because Scottish Chappes use "ears of wheat". I had gleaned by other means that Hugh de Payen's Templar priesthood was that of a neo-Pharisee and/or neo-Sadducee priesthood. End Aside. Or was it an aside?)

It all makes for a strong link of Pollocks to Carpenters and Belli, and so we'd like to know what German Bellis/Belleys use. They show a black-on-gold adler (spread) eagle on a Shield like that of German Boles! As the latter are also "Baley," see the Moray-colored stars galore in the English Baley Coat (boar in Pollock-boar color). Then compare the latter's MacAbee-suspect motto ("Ubi bene ibi patria") to the motto ("Ubi amor ibi fides") of the Newmans who use a version of the Raines and Randal Coat.

Never mind if this is all difficult to keep track of. You can let things settle later, if you want to come back to get a deeper understanding. Just get the gist: Baleys and Bellis appear to trace well to Boleslaw I, part Bohemian-Moravian son of Mieszko, named after Boleslaw I of Bohemia. If you still think Pollocks were named after a local "pool," as it is claimed by some, this heraldry evidence tends to discredit the idea.

The other gist is that Pollocks link to the Hitler kin of Bellis. Did we just see a black-on-gold Adler eagle in the German Belli Coat? Is "Adler" a variation of "Heidler"? The German Baez/Bez/Base Coat shows the same adler. Even the Fall/Faul/Phail adler is in the same colors. Was not the latter clan suspect from "Ful(bert)"?

Pulsiphers/Pulsdons (Bacon stars in colors reversed) were also suspect from "Ful," and as they are also "Pilson," this is a good place to tell that the adler eagle is used also in the Pilsbury Coat, which compares well with the same eagle of the of Mussy and Balance Coats, two surnames recently traced to Silesia's (i.e. Poland's) Tabors.

The Adler-surname adler eagle looks like a version of the Ferte eagle, important as per (Mont)Ferrats (Bellamys came forth from Ferte-Mace, where Maceys / Masseys came from, and Hitlers were linked fundamentally to Mascis / Maschis of Italy. There is a very good chance that "Hiedler" and "Heidler" were branches of Adlers, and that, ultimately, Hitlers were from an Adel entity.

It reminds me of the trace of Hitlers to Cattolica in Rimini (where Maschis were first found), and therefore to the Cattle/Cattall Coat surname, a term like "Adel / Adler." (That Cattle/Cattall / Cattolica topic, with some additional information, was in my previous work just before the last update.)

Do the simple math: Hitlers > Carpenters = Bellis. The Bacon/Beacon stars were mentioned above because the German Belli surname uses a "beacon" (addressed in the last update). The same beacon was found last night in the Fuller/Fullo Coat!!!

That was sooo satisfying, all the better because Fullers use red and white bars, colors of the Belli and Carpenter bars. They're even the colors of the Hiedler/Hitler/Hutter bars. Fullers even use a "Fermiora" motto term (Bacons use "firma") that I tend to trace to elements at Fernan lake beside Post Fall's Heutter sub-division. Again, I theorize that Post Falls was named after some Piast-Pole-related branch of the Fuller/Fullo bloodline.

"Fullo" sure sounds Italian, as does their motto term, bringing to mind Folos, a Centaur of Greece. But, I think, Fullers ought to trace to the Falaise / Valais bloodline, and I've traced it (whether rightly or wrongly) to "Valerius" Gratis, Roman governor of Judea, and therefore to the Valery and Valois/Valour surnames. I had linked Folos to "Volos," home of Jason and the Argonauts, and then traced the Argo ship to Argyll, beside Bute. In an independent trace, Valerius Gratis was linked to the Butteri of Rome, and traced to Bute. Renfrew is part of the Bute-area mainland.

It just so happens that the VALERy surname was first found in southern France, near a RockeFELLER homefront in the time of Fulbert of Pollok. At their history page, it's told that Roquefeuil kin of the area were coin minters, and then the Arms of Roquefeuil uses solid rectangles, what heraldry often calls, "billets," a term that can apply to metal bars. Note that the Roquefeuil bars are GOLD. Moreover, the gold billets are on a green Shield, Pollock colors.

Proto-Rothschilds (i.e. German Bauers and Scottish Bowers) also use green Shields, and then we read: "Walter Fitz Alan distributed lands to his followers. Pollock takes its name from an area of the White Cart [Carthaginians?]. Peter [Pollok] received certain lands at Pollok, which presumably included the Church of Pollok just south of River Cart, and others at Rothes in Morayshire..." But then Bute had previously been, Rothesay.

I had also traced the fictitious Argo ship, filled with (historical) Orchemenos' Boiotians, to Orkney, the region of northern Scotland that was ruled by raven-depicted RUS that conquered, and perhaps named, Rothesay. German Rothes use a raven as their only symbol, a symbol of Shetland to this day. I even traced the ORGAN rests of the Arthur surname to "Orkney," but then king Arthur was made to die on Avalon = Rothesay.

It was JJ Tolkien's fictional term, "Tol Eressea," that gave away to me that Avalon had been Rothesay. He had his fictional "Avallone" in relation to Tol Eressea. It was Tolkien's Orc/Ork peoples, as they were allies of his evil Melkor character, that revealed to me his belief that mythical Meleager (Greek myth) of Calydon had been allied to Orkney's Caledonian / Pict elements. Meleager was placed on the Argo ship by Greek myth writers, you see, and his wife, Atalanta, was a chief character on that ship (as per the "Argonautica" myth), symbol for far-western voyages to the Atlantic ocean, where Britain sits.

Rockefellers of Orkney are suspect in the Flet/Flaite trefoils...around a black-on-white chevron used also by Rook-related Rookbys. The raven in the Rook crest is actually called a "rook," but it's obviously the Rothe(r) raven.

It just so happens that the mythical Calydonian boar was shot throw with an arrow by both Atalanta and Meleager, and then both Boles and Pollocks use a boar shot through with an arrow. Moreover, as it seems that "Fulbert" is tracing to the bloodline of Valerius Gratis, I should add that I tentatively linked the birth of Pontius Pilate to Valerius' own bloodline (Pilate was the Roman governor of Judea immediately after Gratis). While I had pegged Butteri blood in the father of Pontius Pilate, some, including Wikipedia, have the mother of Pilate as a Pict in Scotland (with the father being a Roman ambassador to Perthshire). That Pilate-birth topic was thoroughly investigated (by me) and found (by heraldic evidence) to link to Caledonians (for example, the Celt surname).

There was sufficient evidence in my mind to trace "Pilate" to "Pylos" in Messene, home of mythical Nestor. It's not difficult to imagine "Pole" tracing to the same Pylos location, especially as some Polish lines use pelicans on NESTS. It seemed a no-brainer that the nests are code for Nestor of Pylos. Thus, Pollocks and Fulberts look like Pilate and Valerius elements, respectively. And if we are convinced that heraldic piles are code for the line of Pontius Pilate, or at least some part of it, what about the red piles in the Mearns Coat, or the red piles of the Wisharts/Guiscards, first found in Stirling, smack beside Perthshire? Mearns is a location near the Pollok location at Glasgow.

The Ness/Nest Coats use the Washington red and white bars, and as Washingtons had been "Wassa," they may have been "Weis/Wise" and WISharts too. Moreover, check out the doubled-up Maud-surname bars/stripes, for they are the doubled-up Wassa bars/stripes, and then we find:

In another letter to Kennett Pollock, Cock on 21 August 1955 wrote "Fulbert came to England with Empress Maud about 1138. He was rich, for his sons built three castles..."

...After the death of English King Henry I, King David and the lords and knights of Shropshire, including Walter, supported the claim of Henry's daughter Empress Maud [descended from David's sister, and having the same name as Maud of Huntingdon, wife of Henry, son of David) named afterto the English throne...

...In an interesting speculation, Alex Pollock wrote "As Peter [Pollok] was granted lands at Rothes direct, and not as a son of his father, it may be inferred that he personally fought on behalf of Maud...

King Henry I was great-grandson to Fulbert "the tanner."

If you read the Fernan-lake treatment, I had traced the Fern and Ferm terms also to Firemans/Firmans, and to fire / flame themes as a result, which begs the question as to why the Fuller/Fullo symbol is "A beacon on fire on a mount." The Fire/Feuerer Coat is a unicorn in Fuller colors. (One Mount Crest shows a red wolf, perhaps link-able to the Stenton fur below). Both Ferms and Firemans/Firmans use anchors, a Heidler symbol. But as Firemans/Firmans use "Firmus in Christo," the Kreis/Kris (also "Chrysler) surname is suspect, especially as the Christ/Kryste surname is in Kreis colors, while the Crests/Creys/Cretes/CRAIS' use diagonal bars as do Kreis'...and Hitlers. Reminder: Henry of Rodes, the one who married a Roquefeuil, was viscount of Creyssel.

AHA!!! The Polley/Polhill "hind" design is used (as a "deer") in the English Mallet Crest, a surname checked as per the "mallets" of the German (Bavaria) Kress Coat. Mallets use a "haut" motto term too much like "Hutter" to be ignored.

There we have some indirect but fundamental Pollock links to Hitlers, but then Mieszko's daughter, Sigrid the HAUGHTy," was found linked to the bull head of the Haughton/Houghton/Hector Crest. German Hoff(er)s use another black bull head (i.e. Mieske and Pohl symbol). English Hoffs were first found in Cheshire, as expected for Mieszko blood, and use a (black) wolf), as expected for Hugh Lupus. It tends to suggest that Mallets belong to the Maccabee = mace/hammer theme.

[Insert -- UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYTHING in this insert comes as a result of finding the following phrase (in the news) the day after writing here, and that most everything in this insert applies to the Pollok / Fulbert topic at hand.

After learning that a "Jim helming the president's [Obama] reelection effort," I learned that the city of Messina (Sicily) was also "Pelorum," which is a little like the term used for Fulbert "the tanner." I then found a Pello Coat ("pella" means "skin / hide") using lattice, the symbol of Siemowit (= ancestry of Mieszko). But lattice was also a symbol of Sicily's Guiscards (note the PULLY in the painting, code for Mieszko Poles, no doubt), and Messina was conquered by Guiscards...who became allied to Timnah- and Samsam-named Saracen rulers.

You can likely guess correctly that the Rus-related Moors come from the Messina ruled by Guiscards. This is a great place to locate this insert because the Pello Coat uses another "haut" motto term! The Pello surname is shown properly as Bellew / Bella. How bellincidental.

The Pello/Bellew Crest is "An arm pouring water from a chalice," and then the Chalice surname was from "Eschailles, in Pas de Calais, Normandy." The location(s) smacks of "escallop," the Meschin and Samson symbol, and I've traced their scallops to "Scylla," an ancient region on Messina. As "pella" means "skin," compare the Skinner Coat to that of Meschins and Samsons, and note the "SanGUIS" code in the Skinner motto.

Therefore, as we are bang-on track with the Chalice surname link to Pellos, compare the Skinner Coat to the MacAbee Coat. We are right in the midst of a Mallet discussion, are we not? Don't MacAbees live smack beside Apollo's/Abello's Avalon??? And yes, in myth, Apollo skinned alive the goat, Marsyas. I think we have found southern Italy's Apollo-lovers in the Pellos/Bellas. Apollo was king of the Muses, moreover. Their are wolves in the Skin/Skene Coat, and a "merces" motto code for the Marsi entity. The Sins/Skenes, said to be from "sgian," may even apply to "Sagan," the chief blue-wolf bloodline of the last update. The surname is said to derive in a "dagger," but that's probably mere code for Daggers using scallops.

Marsyas was code for the Marsi witchcraft peoples in the land of Sabines / Samnites. This insert comes about an hour after the insert shortly below on Samnites, but I had no idea I would be speaking on Samnites when this insert started.

The French Pello surname was first found in Dauphine, where the Valery surname was first found that I traced to Valerius Gratis. How convenient that this insert comes, by no design of my own, so close to the Valerius-Gratis discussion above. I had even traced the Valery Coat to the Rollo surname and Coat.

Moors were, like Obama, black men. And his mother, a Dunham, smacks of the Danes. Guiscard was of the house of Rollo "the Dane." As with the Rollo motto, the Pello motto (Tout d'en haut") uses "tout." It's known that Guiscards were Hautevilles by surname, but that doesn't necessarily discredit my trace of "haut" to Sigrid the Haughty, for I've argued on multiple counts that Guiscards traced to Mieszko. Sigrid's title may have been a codework-nickname for Hautevilles.

If Obama's father was Frank Marshall Davis, the trefoils in the Irish Davis Coat, because they are in the colors of the Rodes trefoils, could identify Obama with the Roquefeuil line, especially as it's known that his mother was an employee (and who knows what more) of Rockefellers. The latter lived close enough to the Mediterranean for strong Moor elements to have been among them. Santones were not far off from Languedoc, and the next president of the United States, as it's shaping up at this time, will be either Obama, Santorum, or Romney, all three surnames easily traced to the Rollo line. The Romneys had merged with Pullens.

The Irish Davis write-up is ridiculous: "It is derived from the personal name David, which means 'darling' or 'friend." Darlings (in Robes colors) use a woman in "robes" and "holding a book." The Robes term gets a write-up tracing to "Hrod," same term in the Rodes write-up. Both Robes and Books use stags, and the Book/Bogg/Boge stars are in the colors of the Bacon/Beacon stars for obvious reason. Robes were even first found in Stirlingshire, where Guiscards were first found.

We are right back to the beacon bloodline of the Pollock-related Belli and Fuller surnames, and the Book Crest is even an "hour GLASS." See the hour-glass shape between the "Jewish" Glass wings. Per chance, Robes were named after Robert Pollock.

Before ending, I had better repeat my belief that God has been showing me, over the years, that a mouse entity -- my own Masci bloodline -- will furnish the False Prophet and/or anti-Christ. After making this announcement a few times (perhaps two years ago) for various reasons and against my better judgment, a mouse (or maybe not quite a mouse) was seen on video, in front of a podium just before Obama comes out to speak. A little later, the mouse came out as Obama was speaking; see the video and photo here.

Not many weeks earlier, I had shared with readers, against my better judgment, that an unusual mouse came out to lick my drink spilled on the floor, just three feet away from my feet, unafraid, as though I wasn't standing there at all. It was broad daylight; I saw a circular dark/brownish patch on its grey fur. My first impression, in light of previous mouse signs, was a Communication from Above that the False Prophet and/or anti-Christ was right under my nose (in the news / world events, I assumed), and my second impression was that the circular brownish / amber-ish spot suggested Obama, especially as his logo is an 'O'.

But I refused to entertain him as the anti-Christ, and eventually ruled him out as the False Prophet.

I now see that he has a Messina surname at the head of his re-election team. Besides, I traced Obama's Dunham mother to Dunham Masci, and for a score of other reasons, having nothing to do with mice, I had traced him to Mascis. The Messina Coat uses a blue bend on red Shield, the color of the Masci bend and Shield. We hardly ever see bends rising from left to right, but both the Masci and Messina bends do so. Both the Messina and Masci bends use three gold symbols, and both Coats show two white symbols outside the bends in precisely the same locations.

Hmm, interestink, I may need to revisit this: "[Jim] Messina was born in Denver, Colorado, and raised in Boise, Idaho in 1988 and earned his B.A. in political science from the University of Montana in 1993. In 1993, as a college senior, Messina managed Democrat Mayor Dan Kemmis's successful re-election bid for Mayor of Missoula, Montana...In 1995, Messina was hired by Democrat U.S. Senator Max Baucus of Montana." Missoula is the first major center one arrives to when driving east from Coeur d'Alene.

Charles Mangels of Aryan Nations was of Polson, Montana, North along the highway from Missoula. Max's third wife was Wanda MINGE!!!

LOOKIE: "[Max] Baucus was born Max Sieben Enke in Helena, Montana, the son of Jean Baucus (née Sheriff)..." !!!!

I've been stressing that while Charles Mangels started his own Aryan group called WAR, he lived in Warsaw Indiana, and that the Sheriff surname was first found in Warwickshire. I now find a man with Sheriff bloodline in Montana that's high up the American decision-making realms.

Both Baucus' mother and father had some German descent. Is that not wild??? And all found due to a Feb-15 article on Jim Messina. What timing. AND, Jean Sheriff's grandparents were of the Sieben surname, first found in Germany's Meissen. What is going on? The Meissen/Misner/Mexner surname (from Meissen) even uses trefoils, and it's known that Rockefellers are involved actively to keep the Keystone pipeline from becoming reality through Montana (that's because Rockefellers have other oil sales into the U.S. from other areas). Trefoils were of the Rodes bloodline too, and Obama chose many Rhodes Scholars on his administrative teams. Baucus and Messina together recalls the house of Massey that I've claimed for pharaoh Apachnas. I'll come back to this topic to show that even the Sieben linked to Rhodians.

Max Baucus is currently married to a Hannity-related Hanes surname. Both Hanes and Hannitys were first found in Lincolnshire, a place where the Rhodes surname was likewise first found. End Insert]

Neither the Polley nor the Mallet deer has antlers, and then the "Post funera foenus" motto of the Moles looks like code for a Fawn/Faunes surname, especially as the black Fawn bugle is like the black Post bugle. Hmm, were not the Posts linked to Fulbert elements, and didn't we read that Fulbert "the tanner" was mocked possibly as a "corpse preparer"? What's with the funeral-like funera term?

German Posts use the Pull lion, moreover, and then, as though making viable a "Ful(bert)" to link to "Pull," Berts use black bugles too...of the bugle design used by Pollocks. Reminder: the Hind Coat compares very well with the Fell Coat.

[Romans had a Faunus goat cult, usually linked to Pan. Named after Phoenicians / Panias, I figure.]

The German word for "carpenter" is "zimmerman," and "Jewish" Zimmermans, like split-Shielded Kreis', use a Zionist star. Zimmermans, moreover, use a split Shield diagonally, as do Heidlers and Hiedler/Hitlers. It tends to verify that Hitlers were linked to a carpenter entity, but not likely rooted in the carpenter term. (German Zimmermans use three red roses, emphasized in the last update.)

One guess is that Fullers had linked to Carpae / Arpii (Pannonia) peoples of the Carpathian region who morphed into "Carpenter," thus explaining why both Fullers and Carpenters use red and white bars. The Arms of Hungary likewise use red and white bars, and then Walter fitzAlan gave Helias Pollock the land of Mearns. It would appear that Hungarians are in play as per the red piles in the Mearns Coat, a symbol of the flag of king Stephen I of Hungary. That's important for the trace of Pollocks (in the last update) to Hungarian royals, especially Andrew I. We earlier saw that Carpenter-related Bellis/Belleys use Moor heads, but then so does the Scottish Andrew Crest, while the Andrew saltire looks like a version of the Pollock Shield.

My guess is that Mearns had been of the "Meirs / Meyers / Mayars," terms of the Major/Magor bloodline that I trace to Hungarian "Magyars." Mearns is part of Glasgow's suburbs, and passed from Pollock control to Maxwell control, the mother-hub of Pollocks. But Maxwells were a Butteri bloodline of the KilPatrick kind. I had traced Kilpatricks (months ago) on a hunchy sliver of evidence to Glasgow, as per the suspicion that Kilpatricks and Houstons (of Glasgow) were related. I now find that a nephew of Adolph Hitler, with a Glassl grandmother, re-named his himself, William Stuart-Houston. I also now find a Partrick location in Renfrew that was directly linked to Fulbert of Pollok. Why "PARTrick," so close to "Perth." The Partrick term gets the Patrick Coat, using the Maxwell saltire.

I had traced those terms to "Perdix," and then, without any thought of the red and white barry / bars of Fullers, I traced Perdix to the Berry location in Cher (France), and therefore to the Barry surnames...using red and white horizontal bars, just like Fullers! Amazingly, I not only found PARTRIDGes (smacks of "Partrick"), the ancient Perdix symbol, in a Char(d) Coat, but the Kilpatrick surname entered my Iraq-Update discussions by storm simultaneous with my writing to a CHAR Kilpatrick.

There are at least four particulars about Char Kilpatrick's family egging me to link Kilpatricks to the circle of Cathian Covert Manning, but I cannot share those particulars right here without revealing the locations of these Kilpatricks, something I cannot do. It's as though God prepared me go to three churches (by no choice of my own) that they attended over the years because their particulars are studded with clues to the revelation that you are reading.

Here's the town of Pollok is within Glasgow. We read: "The main features of the [Pollok] area are the nearby park, Pollok Country Park, and the adjacent Crookston Castle where Mary, Queen of Scots, was once held" (Pollok link above). English Crookstons/Cruiks use a bend in the colors (Hungarian red and white) of "Jewish" Pollocks (colors reversed from the bends of Steins and Falls). Coveys and Crookshanks/Cruikshanks (black boars, as with Boles and Bowles) were both first found in the same place (Kincardineshire). Shanks (in Crookston colors) use a "Spero" motto, no doubt for Speers of Renfrew. The Shank "hawk's lure" is definitely part-code for Lures, who use the same motto, "Spectomur agendo," as Hungarian-suspect Augers.

Lures are a sept of McLeods, and other McLeod septs include the Herod and many Hurl-like surnames. The Herod/Hurl Coat (they use a hawk's lure too) just happens to be in Pollock-Coat gold on green. Didn't we already find evidence of a Pollock trace to the black boar of Esau? King Herod was likewise an Edomite, and his Herod dynasty ruled Judea along with Pilate and Gratis! Hmm, Adolf Hitler wanted to revive the Roman empire. Can we imagine the bloodlines of Pontius Pilate seeking to revive the Roman empire?

It just so happens that the Conqueror's mother was named, HERLeva. She was the daughter of Fulbert of Falaise. She married secondly a HERLuin de Burgo-Conteville. Therefore, if Fulbert of Falaise was a father, or other close relative, of Fulbert of Pollock, it can explain why the Herod/Hurl Coat is in Pollock-Coat colors. McLeods, by the way, lived near Bute, and it just so happens that I traced their "McCLOUD" and "CLODE" variations to king Clovis/CHLODovech (some trace Pollocks to the same Clovis). I link the Closeburn location (DUMfries) of KilPatricks to the Close/CLOVSe surname.

Herluin's sons with Herleva included Robert of Mortain and Odo of Bayeux (one Pollok brother was a Robert, and I traced the Poles of Pollok importance to Bayeux, the Bessin). Herluin was a son of "John de Burgo CONTEVILLE, Earl of Comyn, Baron of Tonsburgh (Tourborough) in Normandy, general of the Norman duke's [= the Conqueror] forces and governor of his chief towns, hence the family name de Burgo, or Burgh...Children: 1. Herlwin de Burgh de CONTEVILLE b. abt 1000/01, d. c 1066"

Herluin/Herlwin was born nearly a century before Fulbert of Pollock. Wikipedia says: "[HuBERT] de Burgh was appointed Constable of Dover Castle, and also given charge of Falaise, in Normandy." It could suggest that FulBERT of Falaise gave birth to Fulbert of Pollock with Burgh / Conteville blood. (Hubert de Burgh was made Lord Warden of the Cinqueports.)

The Pilate surname was first found in BURGundy. Remember this when I get to the suspected blue-wolf (i.e. Roman-Apollo) line of Burgundians later below, for Hugh Lupus D'Avranches used a wolf in the colors of the Pilate pheons, and Hugh was a Conteville on one side, related to Cheshire's Meschins from Bayeux, and moreover Mortains and similar others were first found in Cheshire (where Hugh ruled). That Burgundian line appears to link well with what seem like the Barry bloodline (traced in the last update to the blue wolf), and the Fuller bars do suggest the Barrys.

Both Fuller Coats show cantons (squares) and red and white bars in the horizontal direction, the direction of the same-colored bars of the Canton surname. I've entertained Canton links to Contes and Contevilles, which, if correct, could now suggest that Fullers were from Fulberts of Falaise.

It's probably not coincidental that the Dutch Steins and German Rothschilds/RothSTEINs both use the eight-pointed star in colors reversed from one another. The Fell Coat also uses eight-pointed stars. The Fuller canton is red, the color of the Stenton canton (Stenton Shield filled with vair "fur"), and the Fulbert line of Pollocks were of Stenton, some say. Stentons were pivotal for me in the Pollock link to Heidlers / Hiedlers/Hitlers. The following, in conjunction with this paragraph, is good evidence that Fulbert of Pollock led to, or was of, the Fuller surname:

Strang believed Fulbert lived in Scotland and identified him as Fulbert de Steinton....

"Walter [fitzAlan] at this date appears as Lord of the lands of Stenton." Strang adds a twist to the Fulbert mystery. "From the records contained in the chartularies, it will be seen that these lands of POLLOK, PARTRICK, and STEINTON, were granted to a family of whom Fulbert de Steinton was the progenitor...

[Insert -- NOW, AS SOME DECENT PROOF that Fulbert of Steinton traced to RoqueFEUILs, the German Steinbech Coat uses nine rocks of a version of Languedoc's Roque surname! That is fresh from the tribwatch museum. It must have been hiding under a pre-Cambrian rock all this time. The nine rocks are even on the German Drummond Shield.

Drummonds and Rothschilds had banking in common with Rockefellers. You know, the type the whole world despises, who take our money as soon as we think we are "getting ahead." Do the masses have money to spare? Then let's increase the prices of our goods, they say.

The "Gang" surname is also "Ginge," and Drummonds use a "Gang warily" motto. Newt Gingrich comes to mind, the only other man who might win the U.S. throne in this election season. End Insert]

I recalled mentioning in the last update that the Heidler surname in the United States seemed heavy on Staten Island. "Staten" and "Stenton" seem close enough in this case because Pollocks have shown signs otherwise of linking to Hiedlers/Hitlers. Klara Polzl was herself a Heidler, and Pollocks appear squared to Carpenters (using the Fuller bars in vertical direction).

There are no results found when googling ""carpenter in German"" along with "hutter" or "huttler," nor did I find a huttler-like term in a list of terms in many languages for "carpenter." Where we read, in the Hiedler/Hitler write-up, that "Hutter/Huttler" means "carpenter," it ought therefore be code for Carpenter-surname kin. The theory presented in the Hiedler write-up, that the surname sounds like German for "struggle," is of course meaningful.

Simmers are in Simson colors. As with Moles and Maxwells, Simmers were first found in ROXburghshire. We seem to be all over the Pollock - Hitler relationship here, if Simmers were Zimmermans. Both Zimmermans and Simsons use the split-Shield diagonally, the Hitler pattern too. It's been years since I've shown the Rutherford Coat, but it just came back to mind. Rutherfords were one of my favorites for tracing the Rothes of Pollock to Roxburgshire, for Rutherfords were of Maxton, a Maxwell-related town.

The next thing done was to check the Ruther surname, and there in the Crest was a horse like one I had seen yesterday. Going back through the Coats, I found one in the same colors, in the same position, though not quite identical, in the Fuller Crest. With Peter Pollok being the son of Fulbert, that's not likely coincidental, for it was Peter Pollok who received Rothes at Moray. It just so happens that the Rother/Ruth/Randolph surname was first found in Moray, and it even looks like the Rod(h)am Coat, itself like the David / Davis Coats.

Irish Ruths use a stag sitting down, the Maxwell symbol. In the Coat, the same stag is the MacCarthy/Arthy stag, a Muskerry entity. While Kerrys use a bee hive. Maxtons use a bee. Suddenly, Ruths and Rod(h)ams are also traced to Rothes of Pollok. But what we seem to be doing here is tracing the Randolph blood in Obama's mother to Rothes of Pollok.

The Moray Coat no longer shown at houseofnames used a scroll in Crest, much like, if not identical to, the scroll in the Rutt/Ruttle Crest. The Rutt Coat shows bells in the colors of the Moray stars. In the 4th update of August, 2009, I have it recorded: "The Rut/Rudd Crest uses a hand with scroll, as does the Moray Crest..." In the first update of September, 2009: "The Elder Crest is a scroll in hand, the symbol of the Moray Crest." IN the 1st update of February, 2000: "The Kenny Crest is a hand holding a scroll, the symbol of the Moray Crest." This was the Moray Coat using "Deum Time" as motto. In the Coat were thin pad locks with a special name that I can't recall. From the 6th update of January, 2001: "...the Wyndham Crest uses the Moray lock, called a 'fetter lock.' The Fetter surname, what else? First found in Bavaria, and smacking of Fussen's alternative names, 'Foetes' or 'Foetibus'..."

An amazing coincidence, coming just after Rutherfords were traced to Morays Rothers, is where we find a "fato" motto term in the Rutherford motto. I would suggest the Faiths/Faithfuls using the same tree stump as Rod(h)ams, and the same saltire as Maxwells...and swan using Locks! Thus, Faiths definitely apply to "fetter lock." And Ligurians swan-liners definitely trace to Foetes/Fussen and its Schwan castle(s). The English Rott/Rothe/ROOTHham Coat suggests kinship with Sales, and therefore indicates the Salyes Ligurians.

As evidence that "footless" martins is part-code for "Foetes," Rutherfords use them. This may not be off the Pollock-Hitler topic because Munich and Foetes are both in Bavaria. Besides, entering "ROOTH" gets blue lozenges, not only the colors of Bavarian's lozenges, but the color of the Fulbert-suspect Fell lozenges.

Simmers use "shovels," and then the Shovel surname is almost the Dutch Bone Coat. But as Simmers smack of Siemowit, mythical ancestor of the Piast Poles, how is it that the English Bone Coat smacks of the Pullen Coat? Pullens and Pulciphers, co-founders of Romulus in Wayne County (Michigan), link to the Wayne Coat (pelican, as with Pullens and Pells) which uses a chevron in the chevron colors of Simmers and Bones. I traced the Skull and Bone surnames to a relationship of Samson elements with Hebron, and then the Hebron chevron is in the same colors again. In Hebron was Lachish, a term that might just have furnished the particular Poles called, Lechs.

Foetes is on a Lech river.

I had traced pre-Israel's Samson cult to Siemowit, suggesting as per Simmers (they're the ones using shovels) that the cult traces to Zimmermans, and indeed the Samson Coat uses the three-color scheme of the Simmer Coat. The trace to Siemowit Poles leads me to suggesting that "Shovel" was also "Gobel," and therefore Shovels and related Simmers were from Goplo (i.e. where the Siemowit line of Piasts originated).

The Carpenter Crest is a "gold globe," and then there's a Globen/Globerman Coat that's comparable to the Shovel Coat. Goplo was named by the Goplans: "They were mentioned by the Bavarian Geographer as 'Glopeani'..." Very close to "Globe."

[Insert -- AMAZING COINCIDENCE! Whenever I find myself on the Skull and Bones topic, I only sometimes mention the Schole surname as per ancient Eschol in Hebron. The day after writing the above, Shovel variations were pondered without Skull and Bones in mind. Upon seeing the Shouler variation of Shovels, a "Schole" term was entered without realizing it had been the term previously traced to "Eschol." I kid you not, this paragraph was not yet conceived when Shovels and Simmers were traced to Hebron above (I don't ever recall being on the Shovel and Simmer topic before).

The Shulers/Schulers/Scholers should be from Eschol too, therefore, especially as they use two fleur-de-lys in the colors of the two fleur of the Shovels/Shoulers.

As Hebron elements are of obvious importance due to it's setting in Israel, it should also be mentioned that, as per the Showler variation of Shovels, "Show" gets crescents in Shovel-crescent colors. Moreover, the Shows happen to be listed under the German Schore/Schaw surname, suggesting links (though it could be coincidental) to all-important Shaws/Sheaves (to which I've traced the bloodlines of Israel's chief priests). Italian Sheaves/Chaves/Chiapponis were first found in Abruzzo, land of Sabines and their Samnite tribe, and indeed I did trace the latter to "Timnah" as well as to Samson, entities that I typically link to Hebron.

The task here is to decide whether "Shaw" developed from a wayward "Eschol" variation, or whether "Shaw" developed from some other entity. If there was an Eschol > Schole > Showler > Show > Shaw evolution of terms, then perhaps everything else I've traced "Shaw" to was wrong. On the other hand, if it's correct to trace "Shaw" to "Sava," then one can trace "Sava" to "Eschol" by the evolution of terms presented above.

I eventually concluded, for the time being, a distant (in time) link of "Sava" to "Sabine/Saffini," and thought to make a closer Sava link to "Savona,"the latter being the Ligurian swan entity, in my estimation. It just so happens that the Leicester Crest is a swan, a surname / place smacking of "Lachish."

THIS IS NEW. I don't recall tracing Leicester to Lachish, but trying to find potential links, "Lach" was just entered to find black-and-white checks (or are they diamonds?), the symbol, essentially, of the Schole Coat! The Lack/Leech/Leche Coat even shoes the snake design used by the Save Coat!! Locks and Logens/Lochs use swans!!! It suggests that the mythical swan traces to Hebron / Timnah, but then I am no longer surprised.

The Lach checks is officially called, "chequey," and then the Check/Chick Coat uses crescents in colors reversed to the Show and Shovel crescents, wherefore Checks/Chicks ought to trace to Hebron / Lachish too. In this picture, there is a good chance that Checks/Chicks were from mythical "CYCnus," the Ligurian swan king. That's important for Shicks / Shakes if they link to Chicks. Shicks come up below.

I KID YOU NOT, this insert was written AFTER, albeit less than an hour after, the Timnah insert below, and also after the Check/Chick topic below. I did not know, when starting this insert, that I would be led to Samnite elements that in the past I've traced to "Timnah." I trace Sabines and Samnites to the Sebannytos location in the Nile delta, a location otherwise called, Samannud."

It just so happens that, many months ago, I traced Seatons/Setons to the dark god, Set(h)/Sutekh, in the city of Sais on the Sebannytos branch of the Nile Delta. The Shaws were traced to the same because they are said to derive in "Sithech." Possibly, "Stein(ton)" and "Sten(ton)" may be a branch of Seatons/Setons, whom I traced to Keiths/Keaths/Keths, suspect at Cathcart of Renfrew. Steins are even in the colors of Seatons/Setons (and related Says). As Hiedlers and Heidlers are being traced to Adlers, I should add that Stoners use adler eagles ("stein" means "stone") on a Shield like that of Wheelwrights (the latter is suspect as per Piast the Wheelwright, mythical father of Siemowit. End Insert]

Back to Fulbert of Pollock "of Stenton." While I found several Heidlers on Staten Island, the Staten/Steton Coat is yet another Shield (i.e. as with the Heidler Shield) divided diagonally. BUT THEN ALSO COMPARE the Staten Coat with the Heidler Coat, and all doubt of linkage between the two may disappear.

If that's not enough, the goat in the Staten Coat looks identical to the one in the Helias Crest (Steins also use a goat). Fulbert of Pollok "had three sons, Peter, Robert, and Helias, all of whom appear to have accompanied Walter in his migration to the north [to Renfrew]." The Helias surname was first found in Lothian...hmm, where Staten-like Seatons/Setons were first found. "The grants [to Walter fitzAlan] included the lands of Paisley, Pollock, Cathcart, Talahec, Le Drip, Le Mutrene, Eaglesham and Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire and of Innerwich in East LOTHIAN." Seatons/Setons were in East Lothian, as were Keiths, and the Cathcart surname is also "Kethcart." As with the Keith/Keth Crest, the Cart Crest is a stag (Pollok was off the Cart river). The Cart Coat uses palm trees.

[Insert -- It's not likely coincidental that the goat head in the Timm/Time Crest nearly matches the goat head in the Helias Crest (suggesting that the line of Helias Pollok was linked to Timms/Times), for German Zimmermans are also shown as "Timmer." Both Timms/Times and Timmermans use blue and gold. If I was correct to trace Timms to "Timna" of Edom and/or Timnah of Samson -- which trace was made for more reasons that similarity of terms -- then Zimmermans may be from those Edomite / Samsonite entities. Timms/Times (Kent) had been traced to a "Deum Time" motto used by a Moray surname (no longer shown at houseofnames), and to the Massins/Masons of Kent who use the Melusine of the Moray Crest. End Insert]

If the Helias Coat stems from Helias Pollock, then the Ellis clan, who use the Helias Coat, were Pollocks too. It can moreover be assumed that a Peter surname stemmed from Peter Pollock, and indeed the English Peter Coat (mascles) is in Helias / Ellis colors. If that's not enough (I'm giving it to you as I find it), the German Peter Coat is a split Shield in the same fashion as the Heidler Coat!!! Go ahead, compare the two. The alternative English Peter Coat is an obvious version of the German Peter Coat, meaning all three Peter Coats should be from Peter Pollock. This is news to me.

Even the Peterson Coat uses adler eagles in the colors of the Eaglesham (of Renfrew) adlers. The three Robert Coats are not so easily deciphered as from Robert Pollock.

I would suggest that the wing in the Peter/Peer Crest is a version of the one in the "Jewish" Glass Coat, the Glas' being of Renfrew's Glasgow. As per the Peer variation, the Peer Coat is like the Cover/Cove and Pullen Shields. This recalls all the pear-like terms / surnames in relation to Coverts. Moreover, as those pear-like entities centered around Oxford, while its Veres were of Warsaw > Warwickshire, the fact that Peers were first found in Warwickshire has me on a witch hunt for Scherfs (because Sheriffs were first found in Warwickshire).

Peers are colors reversed from Shakes, and I recall from months ago the latter also come as "Shick." The German Schicks, you see, use the Staten Shield!

On their Staten Shield, Schicks use the Moreville / Post lion. I'm sure about this because the German Post lion is in the white-on-blue colors of the Mole boar, and Shicks/Shakes use molehills while Moles use a "post" motto term. Some claim that "Alois Hitler, father of Adolf, was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna SCHICKLgruber and Baron Rothschild." Here's the German Schich Coat again, with the Chich/Chick lion on a the Staten Shield, and a Split-Shield in colors reversed to the split Hiedler/Hitler Shield. The latter uses Bauer-colored stars. "Jewish" Schicks don't show a Coat, nor have a write-up, yet have a page. English Shicks/Shakes are suspect, honored by Cunninghams, likely promoted by William Shakespeare, kin to English Fulkes/Folks (use the Shakespeare spear). The Glass wings are Fulk wings.

The Check/Chick crescents are in the colors of the Spear/Spears and Dein crescents, and both Covers and Checks were first found in the same place (Suffolk), beside the Fulkes/Folks (Norfolk).

Fulbert of Pollock / Stenton was also said to be "of Steinton," and then the English Stein Coat (Norfolk) is a bend in the colors of the Dutch Fall bend. Moreover, as it seems that "Stenton" was also "Staten/Steton," while the latter uses a goat, see the goat in the German Stein(er) Coat.

The Stein(er) goat is used also in the Stanford Coat, on a green Shield. Stanfords were from STAMford, and then a Stamford/Stainforth Coat uses the Roth/Rootham lion design, as well as vair fur.

Pollocks were in Scotland long before Hitler's arrival. Should we seek the Pollock branch in Germany? Haven't we already found it in the Pohls? With Pollocks linking so well to Mieszko, by what coincidence does the Pohl Coat use a black-on-gold buffalo while German Mieskes use a black-on-gold bull? We can even find the German "Pollocks" merged with Coles because they use a black-on-gold bull while Kyles lived in the same general area as Pollocks. The idea coming to mind is that the bulls were code for "Pollock" (or "Polock," the Polish people in general) as per "bullock."

What might God's message be to us for the present and future? To stay away from Renfrew and the Montana-to-Washington stretch when it comes to tribulation preparation? It wasn't too long ago when one of the 666-suspect bloodlines included Steins.

Jim Messina. Obama's Mouse?

As we saw that Jim Messina had worked for Max Baucus in Montana, with a Sheriff surname on his mother's side, it behooves an investigation to see how these men might both trace to the Exodus pharaoh, for starters, but also to the Danaans of Rhodes to which I trace his Hyksos. Let's not neglect that Danaans out of Rhodes went on, according to myth writers, to rule Messina-like Mycenae at Argos.

It was mentioned above that Rhodians are all over Obama's administration. I went through an long list of various tree leaves searching for the leaf species in the Sieben Coat (Siebens had married Sheriffs in giving birth to the mother of Max Baucus). I could not find what sort of leaf it was, even though I looked at walnut leaves. I then googled "Arms of Sieben" and found an entire chapter on it (below), telling that investigators of ancient Sieben Coats argued between a water lily leaf and a linden leaf (though neither one are displayed at the Sieben Coat here). These investigators seemed to be oblivious to symbol codes for surnames.

I went through the Linden surnames (which I've seen many times before) and spotted the walnut tree (used by Wallers) in the German Linden Coat, and recalled that the Waller Coat uses "walnut leaves." That's when I recalled that those walnut leaves almost matched the one leaf in the Sieben Coat. I'm going to assume that the Sieben leaf is a walnut to see whether it makes sense to link Siebens to Wallers.

It's an assumption that works well already in a trace to Rhodians because I've always traced Lindens to Lindos, the city built by Danaans on Rhodes. These Rhodians then landed in Rodez, the Rodes and Roquefeuil theater. But as I've insinuated in this very update that the Valerys/Valliers of Dauphine ought to have been related to Roquefeuils, by what coincidence does the Waller motto use "valour," a term that brings up the Valois/Valais/Valour surname with chevron in colors reversed to Valerys?

Clearly, Wallers were from the Wallis/Valais canton in Switzerland, whom FE traced for us, very importantly, to Walsers living on the Lys river in Aosta. It's important here too because of the lily leaf used by Siebens, for which there seems to be no doubt at the Sieben chapter above. Siebens used a crown that the chapter calls a lily crown, though one can see that the lilies in the crown are fleur-de-lys.

The Waller motto that translated with the "valour" term is, "Hic fructus virtutis." Why "Hic"?

English Lindens use gold leopard heads, and the Rhodes' on Lincolnshire use a gold leopard in Crest. I need to repeat here that Lincolnshire was anciently called, "Lindsey," which is one good clue for tracing the Rhodes family to Lindos. But Nicholas de Vere traced leopards to Transylvania, and the Sieben chapter not only says that the bloodline made it to the throne of Hungary (beside Transylvania), but was from "Siebenburgen" = Transylvania. That is, Germans called Transylvania, Siebenburgen.

(For those interested in identifying the Saxon nature of Fulbert "the Saxon," perhaps a look at "Transylvanian Saxons" is in order, as Pollocks proved to have had Hungarian ties. Meissen is in Saxony in the very area of Lusatia's Kwisa river to which I trace Wessex' Saxons.)

Now whenever I trace Templars / Illuminatists to Transylvania, the Mures river is suspect, a river that I trace to the Maritsa of Thrace, known also as the Hebros with a source in the Rhodope mountains. Mythical Rhodope was given Kikon as a son, a term smacking of the Waller "Hic" term, and a term that I've traced to Khyan, the other name of the Exodus Hyksos pharaoh. There was likely a Rhodope link to Rhodes via Ares, whom I expect on the Hebros with Aphrodite. I had traced "Rhodes" to Arpad/Arados in Syria, and on the Hungarian-Transylvanian border region, there is an Arad region off the Mures, and moreover Hungarians were called, Arpads.

This is a good place to mention that I identified Kikon with mythical Ixion, mate of Nephele. I had traced Nephele to Egyptian queen NEFERtiti, who smacked of "Aphrodite." I'm repeating this because of what I found in my files just now (1st update of September, 2000):

The NEFERtum article above tells that Nefertum's symbol was a blue water lily. That jibes with my fundamental linkage of Merovingians to the Nibelungs of NEVERS. It should mean that the fleur-de-lys, said to be a lily, was meant as a secret symbol of Nefertum.."

From the Sieben chapter, we learn that "Three water lily leaves can -- even today -- be found in the Coat of Arms of Bourschied (Gr. D. of Luxemburg)..." from Wavre in Brabant Wallon. Entering "Bour" gets the Rothschild arrows in the Scottish Bower Coat. It works excellently because Bowers were first found in Peebleshire, smack beside Lothian where Scottish Lindens were first found. I have every confidence that the Khazars of Rothschilds trace to Marot-surnamed Khazars on the Mures river. The scroll in the Rutt Crest (Moray symbol too) traced in my opinion to the Mures river.

The chapter then says that the water lilies in the Arms of Wavre (Wears/Weirs?) went back to the Woluwe (Walloon, I'm assuming) district of Brussels, and that the wealthy ancestry of these elements were founders of Brussels. I trace "Brussel" to Brusi / Bruces from "Abruzzo/Abrussi," the latter named after Aprutium, an alternative term for Aphrodite, in my opinion. Aprutium (modern Teramo) was the capital of Abruzzo, but then it was the land of Sabines...if that helps to identify the Siebens bloodline.

Hmm, I had traced some Flemings (of Flanders) to the Mures river (especially Biharia), and Belgium is home to parts of Flanders. The other parts of Flanders are in Holland. The Lindens using the walnut tree were first found on the lower Rhine, which amounts to Holland / ROTTERdam, a Rosicrucian-infested area that was rife with "International bankers."

The Arms of Meissen is a black-on-gold lion, "identical to that of Flanders." I traced the Flanders lion to Hohens, who were Khazars of the Cohen/Kagan kind. Veres (especially Fers/Ferrats and Vairs) were likewise Cohens and Hohens, by their common link to Melissena Rangabe (part royal Khazar).

The Drake motto, "Aquila non captat muscas," traces in my opinion to Aquila, the modern capital of Abruzzo. The Drake dragon species, a wyvern, is the Vere dragon species, and it's used in the Denver Crest. That's being said because Jim Messina was born in Denver, Colorado, and because Veres were merged with fleur-using Masseys, a branch of fleur-using Mascis that had in-turn traced solidly to Messinas earlier in this update. The DANver variation of Denvers could indicate Danaans. The red-on-white Denver bend, by the way, was found used by Dutch Falls.

Remember, the Drake wyvern was used by dukes of Masovia, where Warsaw is capital. From Denver, Jim Messina ended up in Montana, with a Sheriff bloodline that I'm suspecting associations with Charles Mangels of WAR and Warsaw, Indiana. Indiana is not that far from Chicago, where Obama's circles of fiends worked their craft.

The Sieben chapter shows that water lilies were carved in a Jerusalem location by Templars. It then says that only in the "German connection" to Siebens are there stems on the water lilies. I am reminded of the stems on roses used by Scheres/Scherfs, Walkers, and related others. Supposing that "stem" might be code for a Stem-like surname, three gold leopard heads (a Linden surname symbol) were found on a red-on-white bend (Denver symbol) in the Stem/Stein Coat. It just so happens that, both Denvers and Stems/Steins were first found in Norfolk!

On page 38, the Sieben chapter says that water lilies were used in Germany by Steinfuhrt. Going to the Steinfuhrt article, I find that it's also known as "Stemmert"! The location is in the Munster areas of the Westphalia theater, but, my question: was this Steinfuhrt part of the Steinton / Stenton entity of Fulbert the Saxon? (A red bend is used also by Polleys/Polhills.)

There is a Stammer Coat with a sword design like that of the Skin/Skene Coat. The latter were linked to Skinners who were in-turn linked rather solidly to Pellas of Messina. Amazing coincidences. By now, "Sicyon" was on my mind because Romanians call "Siebenburger Sachsen" (Transylvanian Saxons) by the name of "Sasi," evoking mythical Sisyphus of Corinth whom I identified as code for "Sicyon," a couple of miles from Corinth. I'm suggesting that "Saxon" and "Skene" traces to "Sicyon," especially as I traced "Sicyon" to Sicanians, a major group of Sicily's founders. I even traced the Sicels of Sicily to Szekely Hungarians on the Mures, and so let's not neglect that mythical Scylla (code for Sicily, we gather) was a wolf-depicted monster in Messina, for the Skin/Skene swords are topped with wolf heads.

Skins/Skenes were first found in Aberdeenshire, location of Hungarians of the Leslie kind. Stammers use the Shield colors of Lingens (another red bend), and a Lingen location is beside Steinfuhrt. The Arms of Lingen use the "lily crown" of Siebens.

I didn't see it coming. After writing all that, the Dagger surname (scallops, Scylla symbol) was checked again because Skins/Skenes are said to derive in a "dagger" (not true of course). The Dagger motto, "Forte en loyalte," was seen shortly before. Scrolling back through the Coats, it turned out to be in the Denver Coat (footless martins). Both Stems/Steins and Denvers were first found in Norfolk (home of Saxons), but also the Dunhams. likewise suspect as Danaans. How can we find ourselves back to the Denver surname unless the tracking above is correct?

It just so happens that the red bull in the Dagger Crest is used by the Savona Crest, and in the Savona Coat we find a red scallop. Savonas were likewise first found in Norfolk! I have no problem linking "Savona" to Sabine" or "Sieben," and in fact the Savona surname is shown properly as "Sabine." How amazing, where Sabines and Savona were already mentioned in the Pollock discussion of this very update...before I found Jim Messina and his boss, Max of the Sieben bloodline.

Thus, the Stein surname of possible links to Rothschilds/RothsSteins looks to be from Steinfuhrt.

I had traced mythical Glaucus, who loved Scylla, to "Gloucestershire" (though I have slim evidence for that trace, mainly the Samson surname of Gloucestershire), and I now find that Stammers (with the Skin/Skene sword) were first found there. We might expect Saracens of the Timnah- and Samsam kind in this picture, and then "Munster" could suggest the Mens/MENGzies surname with Saracen in Crest, and "I zal" motto phrase traced suggestively to "Islip." Islip had much to do with particulars of Cathian' Covert Maness.

The leopards of the red Stem/Stein bend, coupled with the footless martins of the red Denver bend, evoke the Covert Coat and Crest, using both symbols on a Shield in colors reversed to those red bends.

The Men's Shield-and-Chief combination is used by Anglo-Saxo Shipperts/Sheppards, and Siebens show Sieppert and similar variations. Tweet-tweet, recalling that the Sieben water lilies were used also by Arms of Bourschied while "Bour" gets the Bowers of Peebleshire, so we find that Scottish Shipperts/Sheppards (fleur-de-lys) were first found in Peebles. In the Linden write-up: "West Linton is a village in the Scottish Borders, (formerly in Peebleshire) not far from East Linton."

English Lints use the axe design of the Shippert/Sheppard Chief. Hmm, Lints were first found in Shropshire, as were Alans/ALANDS.

To clinch the Shippert link to Siebens, Shiptons use "bellows" looking like upside-down linden leaves. It suggests that Shippers/Sheppards are from "Sabines."

The Bellows (black wolf) likewise use the Mens/Mengzies Shield-and-Chief combination. The combination is colors reversed to the same of Scottish Lindens (of Lothian, beside Peebles-shire)! If that's not enough, German Lints/Linds use the same Shield-and-Chief combination, once again in the same colors, as well as the Linden and Waller walnut tree.

As Mens/Mengzies have been an emphasized topic for updates in a row, by what coincidence is it that Lindens have brought us to them? Lindens entered the discussion as per Siebens, who themselves entered as per Jim Messina and Max Baucus.

The birth of Jim Messina in Denver does not appear coincidental to the Denver/DANver surname / bloodline. Nor does it seem unrelated to the relationship he had with Max Baucus of the Sieben bloodline. I know off-heart that the same red bull used by Daggers and Savonas/Sabines/Sabbans is used large in the Boss/Boiville Coat, which is remarkable where Jim Messina was raised in Boise, Idaho. Mythical Bacchus = Dionysus was a bull cult too. Here's the coiled snake (Asclepios?) in the Seal of Idaho, with a curious "Peril Energy Success" motto...smacking of Oxfordshire's Pear/Pearl surname that, like Coverts and Stems/Steins, likewise use gold leopards. The Maness motto, "Pour y parvenir," and then Boise is near a Parma location.

NOW LOOK. As we traced the stems on the Sieben water lilies to Steinfuhrt, and as Siebens were merged with Lindens while linden leaves are heraldically related to water-lily leaves, and as Steinfuhrt is beside Lingen, see the stems of the Langens as per a quote in the last update:

...It's hard to decide from the above data whether Julie is a Dein or Langenberg by birth. But look at the coincidences. First, the Langen Coats use the Oxford lion, and Langenburgs show three white roses on stems (!!!), same as the Surbrook-suspect Sherwoods. Those three exclamatons are for the roses on stems (rare, most heraldic roses come without stems) in the Schere/Scherf Coat.

Also in the last update, Sherleys were found to use the same Saracen head as Mens/Mengzies, and Shersons were found to be SHEPPARDsons/SHIPPARDsons.

It's simply amazing how data in the last update now finds linkage to this topic started from a news story on Jim Messina. On Jean Baucus:

Baucus was born Jean Sheriff on July 7, 1917, in Helena, Montana, on Fred and Bernice Sheriff. Her maternal grandparents were Henry and Alberta Sieben. In 1896, her maternal grandfather, Henry, purchased a ranch approximately twenty miles north of Helena, which stretches from Missouri River to Little Prickly Pear Creek. The land, which became known as the Sieben Ranch, remains a property of the Baucus family...

The minor point there was the Missouri river. What exactly was it named after? The Misservy/Messervy surname uses cherrys and a cherry tree, smacking of "Sher," but then the Misservy motto uses "valeureux coeur," the same term as in Coeur d'Alene in Idaho, at Fernan lake where a Sherman Avenue is located. You may say it's not possible for Misserlys to have named the Missouria natives, but in my findings, native lands were named often by British surnames. One tributary of the Missouri is the MUSSELshell, and another is the Cheyenne, evoking the Chaine/Chenay surname with Masci wing.

[Insert -- I apologize, to those following the Missouri-river topic above, that this insert turned out to be long. You can ignore it when you want to follow the continuation of the Missouri "flow." However, this insert turns out to be important for identifying Siebens.

About 40 miles out of Coeur d'Alene on the Interstate to Missoula, we find a Wallace location. In the Wallace/Wallis-surname write-up: "Hence, Richard Wallensis was a vassal in 1174 of Walter FitzAlan, the Norman/ Breton who had settled in Salop in England and then moved north to Scotland. He would later found the great line of Scottish Stewart Kings. The Wallensis were undoubtedly the original natives of the area rather than travelers who moved north from the Welsh border in the train of the Stewarts...The Chiefship [of Wallensis] passed to Richard [Wallensis'] grandson, Sir Malcolm Wallace of Elderslie in Renfrewshire..." Lindseys use a variation of the Stewart Coat, and so we see glean that Lindens and Wallers were in the train of Alans to Renfrew.

Should we be wondering whether Adolph Hitler was paid by certain Stewarts of Renfrew? By Pollocks? As it was suspected (by me) that Roquefeuils were the basis for Fulbert of Pollok, you might like to witness the Roque rocks and trefoils in two Wall Coats. English Walls/Walles' use the Milner wolf.

AHA! I didn't know the following when writing on the Wallace links to Renfrew. The Whale Coat is a red-on-gold bend, same as Lingens, and same again as the Polley/Polhill Coat, but then the latter show "PolWHELE." Excellent, for it suggests that Polleys are indeed a Pollock branch.

I've developed a good heraldic sense over the years. I was able to guess that Polleys, because they were first found in Somerset, and because their bend is also the Arms of Baden, that they linked to the Baden/Baton surname, first found in Somerset. I couldn't recall what the Badens/Batons used, but upon seeing their three axes again, it turned out that they were the axes of Walts and Walsers. Walts were even first found in...Baden!

Now that we know of a Walser link to Pollocks, shouldn't we ask where we had seen the Walser goat design? In the Staten Coat, very important because it's that Coat which helps to link Pollocks, and now Polleys too, to Heidlers of Staten Island, and to Hiedlers (almost the same Shield as Statens). Reminder: Pollocks were originally "of Stenton." The Staten goat design is used by Bavarian Reicharts/Richards.

New Hitler Clues

I've just realized something about the Hitler surname that links it quite apparently to Siebens. I thought the Hitler Crest was a lion, when instead it's called a griffin. But I didn't know that it has something in its mouth. A stirrup, a very welcome code. The Stirrup surname uses a crane, the same crane design as the English Crane surname. How fantastic to learn of this now, for the Scottish Crane Crest looks like the "hind" used by Polleys! I kid you not, that it didn't come to mind to check the Hitler description until after writing the paragraph above.

But there's more. Aside from the crown circling the deer's neck in the Crane Crest, there's a crown in the Stirrup Coat, and it appears to be the water-lily crown used by the Arms of Lingen and sometimes by Siebens! If that's correct, we have just made a close link of Hitlers to Siebens.

The following is boggling and perhaps complicated, depending on how I unveil it. I'll come back to the Hitler topic above after convincing you of something. Thanks to the Poulson variation of Polsons (that's the name of a Montana city too, where Hitlers are expected with Mengeles), another Masci wing had been found (earlier in the day) in the Poul Coat [by May 2015, this wing design was changed to the new wing design given to Masci's too]. It uses "two crossed sticks and four wings," and then the Cross Coat (Lincolnshire!) uses the Massey Shield, and a motto like that of Massins/Masons. The "Cruce" motto term gets a Cruce/Croix Coat much like that of Messeys/Messiers, and then both Messeys/Messiers and Pouls were first found in Burgundy (in Langres, for the Pouls), and both share a gold-on-blue saltire.

The "crossed sticks" of Pouls (also "Poulet/Poulie") have leaves looking much like the Siebens leaves [as of May 2015, those leaves have been removed from the Poul sticks. Why?]. The Poul wings and colors are used by French Gobels, suggesting a Poul trace to Mouse Tower, Goplo, Poland [the French Gobels likewise changed the original Masci wing to the new Masci wing design]. English Gobels can be construed as using the Messey / Poul saltire along with the Mieske arm, suggesting that Pouls were Polish along with Masci's. Masseys/Masse's use "a tree without LEAVES."

AHA! The Poulie variation does link to Pooleys/Pulls mentioned earlier in this update. What a stroke of "luck," after suspecting that Pooleys ought to trace to Hitlers in Montana. Pooleys/Pulls use a white-on-blue lion, and it just so happens that I saw another one moments ago in the Crewes Coat. Both Crewes and Pooleys were first found in Cheshire. I had entered "Cruise" and "Crewes" as per the "Cruce" motto term of Poul-related Cross'.

If you are convinced that the "crossed sticks" are partly code for the Cross bloodline, then let me show the description of the German Lingen surname: "two crossed spears, each with a blue banner." On the other side of that same Coat, there is a lion "holding a silver cross." Why a cross in the same Coat with CROSSED spears? It just so happens that the Cross motto includes "dum spero," and the Spear Coat uses crossed spears too. The Cross crest is a stork, almost a crane, and it too holds a cross. It convinced me that the Poul/Poulie-related Cross surname is also related to Lingens and Siebens.

But the Stirrup crown had just been traced (softly, I'll admit) to Lingens and Siebens, and Hitlers use a stirrup. The Stirrup crane was then traced to the Crane crane, while the Crane Crest uses a crown around the Pooley deer. Thus, both Pooleys and Pouls/Poulies trace to Siebens, and by now we know that Hitlers were related to Pollocks. We also know by now that Hitlers were related to Scherffs, and then Siebens had merged with Sheriffs to birth Max Baucus, the Democrat senator for Montana.

Who would have thought that an investigation into Jim Messina would net all these things? "In 1993, as a college senior, [Jim] Messina managed Democrat Mayor Dan Kemmis's successful re-election bid for Mayor of Missoula, Montana." I had traced the Kemmis surname to Chemmites and Danaans of the Samson kind, the same batch who were on Rhodes, and in Lindsey. I recall by heart that the Kemmis Coat links to the Welsh Bach Coat, smacking of Max Baucus (Jim's boss in Montana).

Nothing comes up with "Baucus," but here's the Bachus Coat. It's the Botter eagle "preying on a snake," and then the French Prey/DuPRAT Shield is the Italian-Bottar bend. ["Prat" is highlighted for a reason below.)

This would be a great place to re-mention the Baker location (i.e. like "Baucus") in Montana, the location through which the Keystone pipeline is to go through (pipeline planners can chose cities of their own Masonic kin, for the pipeline brings money to those locations). In Texas, the pipeline is to go through the Cushing location (Oklahoma) before reaching Houston. As I said, KilPatricks (whom I identified as Butteri) and related to Houstons, but then the Kilpatricks use a "cushion" symbol. If that's not enough, English Bakers/Backers use the same black-on-white saltire as the cushion-using English Kilpatricks, but as Kilpatricks merged with Maxwells (who use the same saltire again) while Maxwells have Pollocks as one of their septs, by what coincidence do German Bakers use roughly the same wavy bend, in the same colors, as "Jewish" Pollocks???

That's no coincidence, for the German Baker Coat is identical to the Doris/Orris Coat, and then Orrs were, as with Pollocks, first found in Renfrewshire.

If that's still not enough, this exercise finds more walnut leaves (the Sieben symbol assumed) in the Dutch Baker/Becker Coat! The latter's leaves are identical to those in the Waller Coat (that's where they are called walnut leaves). Other points to make is that both the Bachus' and Irish Kilpatricks use a white saltire, and that Bachus' are also BAKEhouse. The French House Coat then uses nothing but three green leaves, and ZOWIE, they are identical to the lone leaf of Siebens "!!!"

[ removed the green House leaves in April, and I've asked them to bring them back. The new House Coat shows cabbage leaves on a red Shield.] Unfortunately, we now learn that Siebens do not use walnut leaves. The good news is that there is a Cabbage Coat (holly leaves), and the better news is that it doesn't discredit a Sieben link to Bakers...because both Bakers/Backers and Cabbages use a similar white lion on a black Chief!! That is fantastic. It tends to link Bakers/Backers to Max Baucus of the Sieben bloodline.

Hazels had given us the Slip

Two updates ago, when I was discovering the Hitler's nephew was of Renfrew elements, I wrote: "William Patrick Hitler married a Jacques surname, first found in Yorkshire. The Jacks use holly leaves again, and were first found in...Renfrewshire!" Earlier in that same work, I had commented on William' Hitler's wife with Dowling surname: "PLUS, Dowlings (surname of William Hitler's mother) likewise use a holly tree, which can't be a further coincidence. William must have been a careful bloodliner worshiper." Earlier in the same work: "Not until now did I check the Islip surname, to find the Maxwell stag and "holly tree." Islip is roughly where William Kilpatrick lived with his sons, though he was in neighboring Patchogue, a location smacking of the Patchie variation of Kilpatricks.

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I did not know it until now. As I had linked "Islip" to the Hazel surname, I loaded it because I recall it uses leaves. I was hoping they would be the House and Sieben leaves, and INDEED YES. The Hazel leaves are called "hazel SLIPs." Stupid me; not until the next day did I realize: "slip" = "ISLIP !!!"

Moreover, Hazels are shown as "Hassal" and similar terms, like the House/Hausett surname. Close enough. The identical leaves shared between them proves their kinship.

Immediately after writing the paragraphs above, the Hulse surname was checked to find an upside-down leaf much like the Sieben water lily leaf. Astounding. Both English Hulses (piles) and Hazels were first found in Cheshire. The English Hulse Crest is a "buck," close enough to "Baker" and Bachus."

Thus, the Islip bloodline has just traced to the Bachus/BakeHOUSE bloodline that likely named Baker in Montana, and of course Max Baucus. Is that not wild? This hunt started last September with the theory that God was directing me to believe that Corinne Dein of Islip had a granddaughter who married a Scheriff of Islip, wherefore Scheriffs (and similar others such as Scherffs) ought to be found in north Idaho, where Corinne's family came to live. Cathian Covert Surbrook married Corinne's son (Jeffrey A. Dein).

I now find myself directed to a Sheriff surname married to a Sieben surname that is itself related to the Hitler surname as well as to the Polley / Poulie surnames, while a Mengele-like surname (Mangel) ran a Nazi organization out of Polson, but also ran a Nazi cult in Warsaw, Indiana, where two of Cathian's two sons with Mr. Dein above are listed in an online directory. You be the judge. Is this God's direction, or not?

The English House Coat is in colors reversed to French House', and uses a white anchor in crest, symbol of Heidlers. I kid you not, that much of the above was written after much of the below. Here's what is written below when investigating Sealey Lake (Montana) between Missoula and Polson:

I see just one street in Sealey Lake with a German name, Hausen Drive. It just so happens that the French House/Houssay Coat uses the Sieben leaf. Very suspicious.

Hee-hee. I kid you not that when I fell on the House/Houssay Coat above, it had nothing to do with the piece you just read. I fell on the House/Houssay leaves by way of Islip > Hazels, and it just so happens that both Hazels and House' use the same leaves.

Recall the theory that "Hiedler" and "Adler" are related terms. The theory was that they had something like "Adel" in common. I now see that "Hazel" may have been "Azel."

We saw shortly above that Kilpatricks linked solidly to Bakers. It had been determined months ago that Kilpatricks were Butteri, as for example the cowboy boot spur on a Bottar-colored chevron in Close/Clove Coat (Kilpatricks were of Closeburn). Butteri were Latins, and then while English Latins use the same-colored saltire as Kilpatricks, Italian Latins use "stirrups," the Hitler-Crest symbol.

Having said that, both Close's and Cabbages use "fortis" in their motto, and moreover the Close's use the same-colored stars as the Hitler Coat. We then see the Hitler sun that sits amongst the Hitler stars in a Cabbage-related Robes/Rober Coat. That's said because Cabbages use a "Rebus" motto term.

It may seem like a waste of time to attempt an identification of Cabbages, but as they are accessed from the cabbage leaf of Sieben-related House's, I'll give it a shot. The first thing noted is that the surname is not shown at all as "Cabbage," though it may be registered as such due to being a "Savage" variation, for the Cabbage Coat uses a lion in colors reversed to the Savage lions. Moreover, the Cabbage motto phrase, "Rebus ANGUStis," suggests Angus elements. Scottish Robes were first found in neighboring Stirlingshire.

THEN, heart-using Bitars/Butars and related Aflacks were from the Angus theater, while French Sauvages use the Bitar/Butar heart, in my opinion. This is excellent because the Flacks/Flecks use white-on-black scallops, the colors of the scallops on the English Baker/Backer saltire. It's the Baker/Backer Chief that uses a lion in the same colors as the one in the Cabbage Chief!

Good one John. Thanks, John. But I won't be finished until dissecting this into cole slaw. The Cabbage Coat used the colors of Ladons/Ladds and Leaders, suspect as Latins. I had identified Ladons and Leaders as Meschins, important because Bakers and Meschins are, in this discussion, the proto-Meshwesh / Massey house of pharaoh Apachnas. The Cabbage Crest is the design of the Stormy/Esturmy lion, and the latter's lion is even in the colors of the same lion exactly in the Cabbage Chief. What do you see with the addition of Esturmys into this Ladon / Latin discussion?

Didn't I trace Ishtar to the Latins? Didn't I identify the Biblical dragon, Ladon, as Latins, and didn't I identify the Kilpatrick lion riding on the Kilpatrick dragon as a symbol of the Revelation-17 Ishtar with a seat at imperial Rome riding on Latins? Are not Kilpatricks Butteri Latins? Weren't ESTERmys and related Esters/Isters/Asters traced to to "Ishtar"?

The Tunbridge Coat compares with that of Ladons and Leaders, and Maxwell-related Kilpatricks use "laidir" in their motto. That, aside from Tonns/Toners using the Hastings "sleeve," can support the trace of Tunbridge elements to "the tanner." [The Bridge surname just happens to grow large below, and it's related to Dane Rus.]

Both Esturmies and Esters use a Stur variation, important because the calf in the German Bach Coat is called a "steer." By the way, the "cruce" motto term of Bachs evokes the Cruce / Cross topic as it had linked to the Masci wings of Pouls/Poulies, and Mascis are, remember, Messinas.

It had been determined that, because the Masci wing in the Poul/Poulie Coat was in the colors of the same wing in the Gobel Coat, that they both traced to the Mouse-Tower / Goplo dynasty of Mieszko. I now find that Cabbages show "Cubill / Cobell" variations. Although it's the Bachs, not Cabbages, who use the "cruce" term, you can glean that the Cabbage link to Sturs is a link also to the "steer" of Bachs.

As you read below on the Maxyes, keep in mind that MAXwells, who had merged with Patrick-branch Butteri, use holly, the Cabbage symbol too. Also, as Cabbages use "Rebus," let me add that Scottish Robes use the MacCARTHY stag while I trace "Carthy" to "Carthage" in Tunisia. A third point to mind as you read below is that German Robes come up when entering "Rober," while French Robers use the Mackie/Mackey lion and the Kemmis vair fur. AHA! The Robes/Rober Coat uses the double-headed Maxwell eagle!

The point was that the gold Bach "steer" is obviously a calf in code for the golden calf made Israelites under Moses in the Exodus. The Bach steer would therefore be a symbol of pharaoh Apachnas, if indeed I am correct in pegging him as the Exodus pharaoh. Entering "Steer," what do we get but the expected? The Mackie/Mackey / Mackesy lion. Meshwesh were also called, "Maxyes."

I ventured to trace the Steer motto phrase, "Tu ne cede," to "Tunis," the city founded, in my opinion, by Meshwesh "Libyans," whom, shortly before the end of the Hyksos empire, had ruled Tanis (in Belas-like Pelusium) starting as the 21st Egyptian dynasty. Hyksos had ruled in Avaris (not far from Tanis) and Tanis, and then there was an Avaricum location (same as Berry in Cher, now called, Bourges) in France where Butteri-like Bituriges lived. French Masseys use a boot, and I say that Bellovesus, of the Bituriges, was a line of mythical Belas, father of Danaus = Tanis, to the Masci-related Bellamys.

I therefore spy with my all-seeing-eye that we are tracing the all-seeing-eye cult of Uat/Buto, both to the Butteri Latins (it's known that Buto evolved into the Roman Latona, herself the Greek Leto, mother of Apollo) and to Hitler-ite Rosicrucians, the money masters of the globe from whom the 666 commercial system is expected shortly.

Per chance the Scottish Robes use the Irish Mackay Shield. Both surnames use a stag head, suggesting that the Mackay stag head is that of the MacCarthys, of no surprise because MacCarthys were of MUSkerry. With the Bachs linking to the Robes so well, let me re-quote how the Robes entered the update before this insert was conceived:

The Irish Davis write-up is ridiculous: "It is derived from the personal name David, which means 'darling' or 'friend." Darlings (in Robes colors) use a woman in "robes" and "holding a book." The Robes term gets a write-up tracing to "Hrod," same term in the Rodes write-up. Both Robes and Books use stags, and the Book/Bogg/Boge stars are in the colors of the Bacon/Beacon stars for obvious reason.

The point there was to show that Books/Boggs are likely of the Bach / Bachus / Baker bloodline. Welsh Bachs/Baghs, as with Robes/Robers, use the Kemmis fur too, which I trace to Chemmites = Danaans of the Uat/Buto cult. Possibly, the Sieben-related Lingens, and therefore the Langens, could be the Langdens/Landons, the ancestry of Merovingian Pepinids leading to the Papes / Pepins / Pipes / Pappenheims. Pappenheims also use the Kemmis and Bach vair fur.

That is an excellent spot to stop this insert, which returns you to the Missouri-river topic. The last I was on it, the Musselshell tributary was mentioned along with the Misserly surname that could apply to "Missouri." Also, there is a Cheyenne tributary that could apply to the Masci-winged Chenay surname. The latter was traced to Goplo, where mythical SiemoWIT (ancestor of mythical SiemoMYSL) was code for a WITkowo location in Poland using an all-seeing-eye, suggesting that Witkowo was named after "Uat."

But before getting back to the Missouri river, let's re-quote from far above: ""In 1993, as a college senior, [Jim] Messina managed Democrat Mayor Dan Kemmis's successful re-election bid for Mayor of Missoula, Montana." The Missouri river starts off officially between Helena (birthplace of Jean Sieben-Sheriff-Baucus) and Missoula. End Insert]

Both the English Mussels and Messers/Meshers/Messiers were first found in Lincolnshire = Lindsey. As Mussels use white roundels called "plates," by what coincidence do we find another Missouri tributary, the Platte? See map at Sharpe link below. The Platte river system begins roughly at Casper (Wyoming), and then there is a Polish Casper Coat (Polesie), using what I gather is the Masonic compass. The German Bole Coat also uses what appear to be compasses, suggesting that Polish elements of the Pollock kind were on the Platte.

Recalling the Hitler-surname-related Crane surname, it should be added that German Casper Coat uses nothing but a crane.

It may not be coincidental that when we get to POLSon below, we find two Shields like the Platt/Plate Shields. By what coincidence are Caspers from POLESie, Poland. I've already traced the English Platt/Plate Shield to the Macey / Mackay Shields, and grapes of German Blatts/Plates were traced to the grapes of Levines who were identified as Mackays. Thus far, there is much evidence of Massey elements on the Missouri, and it just so happens that the source of that river is near Polson. Whenever we have Pollock and Massey elements together in Montana, I see the mother of Adolph Hitler.

The last update traced Sheriff- and Scheriff-like surnames to Sharps, and now I find a lake Sharpe (South Dakota) through which the Missouri flows not far downstream from the Cheyenne. The White river flows into this lake too, and Whites likewise use the Kemmis and Bach vair fur (I trace "White" to "Uat"). Expect witchcraft all along White-bloodline paths. Sharpes (same motto as Massins/Mason!), were first found in Peebles, where Shipperts/Sheppards, and the town of Linten, were located. The Sharpe-Crest eagle is even reflective of the Linden-Crest eagle. Sharps use the Pilate pheon.

How would I have known the paragraph above, if not for finding the news story on Jim Messina today? I hope you can agree that this is more evidence that God has this revelation on His agenda. By what chance could it possibly be that my writings on the Sharp surname came out last week, while linkage of Sharps to Scheriffs was needed this week in order to help trace Scheriff elements to the Montana / Idaho theater? That was one of my original goals when first suspecting that Scheriffs of Islip (NY) would lead to Hitler's people in Montana, but it was not my agenda. From the start, I confessed that it was God who was giving me that impression, via many "coincidental" particulars of one person, Cathian Covert Dein Surbrook Maness of Idaho.

She is also listed in an online directory as Cathian Saccaccio. The term didn't mean anything until I saw the "success" term in the Seal of Boise (Idaho). Perhaps the Saxons / Sachs are at the root of such terms. The Skins/Skenes?, whom were found related to Pouls/Poulies of Messina?

The Sharp write-up traces to "keen," in the sense of a sharp thing, but the Keen/Keon Coat (in Sharp colors) uses the same oak tree as the Shoes/Shoemakers/Shucks/Shooks. The Sharp list of variations shows, "Schearpe," while an Italian shoe is a "scarpa."

The Keen/Keon write-up: "The surname Keen originally appeared in Gaelic as 'O Cathain' or 'Mac Cathain.'" I don't think that "Cathain" was the original term even if it was the first term used by Gaels for this Keon line...which I trace to Exodus-pharaoh "Khyan." I've made that trace for years, long before finding lake Sharp today, not far downstream on the Missouri from the mouth of the Cheyenne river. Good one, John. Thanks, John. I identified Khyan's house as a Massey / Mus / Mosa / Meshwesh one. You decide if it's all coincidental or not.

The idea that the Sharp pheon might be the Pilate pheon requires a mention of the French Messiers/Messeys, for they were first found in the same place (Burgundy) as Pilates. Moreover, pheons are traced by me to Lake Van, the location of the Mus region that I traced to the Egyptian house of Khyan (I say that house named Biblical Moses/Mousa/Musa).

NEW TO ME NOW: the Moses/Moesen Coat uses a cross atop three steps, as does the Keen/Keon Coat!

(Another surname using the same cross-and-steps (called "calvary") symbol are Irish Martins. There is a Calvary surname using nine owls in total, eight around the border. The same Shield-on-Shield combination, in the same colors, and likewise showing eight white symbols around the border, is in the Saddock/Sedgewick Coat.)

But that was all in South Dakota. The Missouri has a source in Montana, and so let's go to Polson (zoom in on the map north of Missoula). Beside Polson is Kerr, and then both the Kerr/Carr and Polson surnames use a white-on-blue chevron, the symbol also of Maceys and Mackays. Again, Polsons were first found in Caithness, and Cathain-termed Keens/Keons use the same colors too.

[The Palin-related Powell surname came to mind just now, as per a realization I had last night. I'll explain this later and what it could mean as per an incident in my childhood that I now suspect was formed by God for providing more False-Prophet clues in this update. I'm therefore thinking that Powells / Palins ought to link to Polson elements.]

This is the first time that I've inspected Polson closely, where I somewhat expect the Nazi family of Josef Mengele, but why not also some Hitlers? It might just be that the sun in the Scottish Kerr/Carr Crest (Jewish-Pollock colors) is the sun in the Hiedler/Hitler Coat. My hunch is that Kerrs/Carrs were from Carians, and it just so happens that, while I traced the Kerns/Karens (sleeping moon) to Carians of sleeping-shepherd mythology, at Latmus in Caria, "Kern" smacks of "Crane." (The moon goddess, Selene, was in love with a shepherd (Endymion) who slept forever, at Latmus.

In Polson, we find a park named after Malleys, who use the Gunn ship. Gunns were of extreme northern Scotland, where Caithness is located. That makes sense, especially as Gunns use stars in colors reversed from Scottish Kerrs. It was all-in-the-family at Polson. It's definitely wilderness out there, a good place for war criminals to hide. If trouble with the law called, one could slip into Canada about 100 miles away.

You may have read recently that Wayne Surbrook was registered with Sigler ministries, and that German Siglers/Seaglers are traced in their write-up to "siegel" = "seal." The English Seal(y) Coat uses the same wolf heads as the Yorkshire Scharfs. BUT NOW, I SPY WITH MY LITTLE EYE, a Sealey Lake location almost between Polson and Missoula.

I see just one street in Sealey Lake with a German name, Hausen Drive. It just so happens that the French House/Houssay Coat [linked to Islips / Hazels earlier!!!] uses the Sieben leaf. Very suspicious. The Hauser Coat is the Bush and Bosch fleur-de-lys, and English Seagers are in the same colors. That could suddenly trace the Bush-Scherff relationship to Scharf-related lake Sealey! I should say that the Sealeys/Celys (tiger) do not bring up the Coat of the Seal(y)s. The "Cely" variation smacks of the Kellys and related Kelloggs (blue greyhound) that were traced, along with Seagers, to the blue-wolf bloodline.

Bridges and Other Scary Things

I went to bed last night thinking on all the murders that Hitler was involved with. Such a wicked man, all that he destroyed merely for personal power. It got me thinking to the time when I was arrested by Homeland Security on false charges. The only reason for such drastic action was that they had gone through my computer (for as many as seven hours) and found my tribwatch material. That was the only "condemning" thing in the computer. After the seven hours, I was notified of my jaw-dropping arrest, and driven to a local jailhouse for morning court.

On the way to the jailhouse, the two officers in an unmarked car stopped atop a high bridge with a river below. I was on the passenger side, in the rear seats, cuffed with hands behind my back. The sidewalk was outside my door, and on the other side of the sidewalk was the bridge's steel railing over the river. The driver said he needed to wait for another officer to arrive, who, supposedly, would come with us to the jailhouse. That sounded wrong, and besides, he never showed up. Of course, I was wondering all 20 minutes long whether they had planned to toss me into the river. It was an unmarked car, excellent for the purpose.

But after some 20 minutes, they started the car and drove me to the jailhouse. I was out free the next day with charges dropped. It was a mysterious incident which I freely share with readers to show what our authorities have become.

Then a childhood "friend" came to mind as I lay thinking about this, who lost his life as a young adult by being tossed over a bridge in drug-related dealings. He wasn't really a friend so much as one of the neighborhood's kids. At about age 12, we had been tossing rocks at one another on the road near my home. We didn't like one another at the time. It was so unusual, to be hurling rocks at one another from a distance of about 50 feet as we walked along toward home.

It struck me that "Powell" is like the Pavelli location of the Palin/Pawlin/Paulin surname, and then I recalled that I had just traced Pollocks and Polleys to ROCKefellers. I was therefore wondering whether God was directing these thoughts for to add something on Powells to today's update. I was also wondering whether He arranged the rock-throwing incident, and/or my and his bridge incident for some important reason.

[Days after writing the above, while doing a spell-check at the last hour, I came across the Polwhele variation of Polleys.]

As it turned out in the morning, Powells, who are traced in their write-up to a Welsh "ap-Howell" term, nonetheless use the Palin/Pawlin/Paulin lion. As the latter surname so smacks of Polleys-and-such, I have my doubts that Powells were derived in "Howell." I'd rather believe that Howells developed as a branch of Powells. Last night while still in bed, "Poul" came to mind as a variation of "Powell," you see.

Why would God wish to emphasize Powells and Palins? I don't know. As "Houl" is a Howell variation, it's notable that French Houls use a black lion, the color of the Powell and Palin lions, As Houls were first found in Brittany, the Helions/Heylins of Brittany come to mind, whom I suspected many moons ago to be fundamental or even ancestral to "Alan" of Dol. It turned out that the Helion/Heylin Crest was likewise the same black lion.

While writing the above, not yet satisfied for why God might be directing this discussion, I was thinking to check the Bridge surname(s), and seconds after that, in the Helion/Heylin write-up, I read: "First found in Brittany, where Hillion, near Saint-Brieux, was the birthplace of Herve d'Helion." No Brieux Coat comes up but it sure smacks of "Bridge." Then wow, I saw that the Bridge surname uses a white tower, symbol of the Howells!

Immediately after that, I went to the Brieux article to check for variations, and read this: "Brieux is a commune in the Orne department in north-western France. The town famously gave its name to the ancestors of Robert the Bruce, Bruce being the Anglicisation of 'Brieux'." Sweeet! I trace Bruces to Abreus/Abruzzos, and the Abreu/Abruzzo Coat uses...a white tower, on red, just like the Howell tower! Good one, John. I know, I know. And Brieux is near Evreux.

The Bridge surname above is traced by its write-up to Bruges/Brugg, Belgium, assuring that Bruces are indeed from "Brug," and supporting the idea that "Brussels" is a Brusi / Abrussi variation.

The Bridge motto term, "garderay," can now be identified with the English Gard surname because it, too, uses a white tower in Crest. This particular Gard Coat reminds of the Massi/Mattis Coat.

Where are the Mascis (of Poul relationship) to be found in this Powell-Bridge topic? For starters, the Gards with white tower use a the Macey Shield, used also by Crabs, important where the other English Bridges use crabs. The Crab Coat even uses fleur-de-lys, the Masci and Massey symbols. Bricks, moreover, use Massey-colored fleur-de-lys, and even the Helions/Heylins of Brieux use the Massey horse design. Le Meschin's father, a BRIQUESsart.

Next, I checked "Gardner," and there was a split-Shield in red and black that had soon-earlier caught my eye in another surname. Scrolling back to find it, it turned out to be the Steer Coat, with Mackie/Mackey lions. Steers were accessed from the gold Bach-Coat "steer," which I trace to the golden calf as representing the Exodus pharaoh from the house of proto-Masseys.

After writing all that, I saw that Powells were first found in BRECONshire. Entering "Brechon" we can find a BRIECHen variation, much like the Brieux location of Helions/Heylins. The Brechon piles are identical to the Guiscard piles.

The Helion/Heylin horse heads are used by Pepins too. I traced "Pepin" to "Papia = Pavia," in Piedmont, where Mascis were first found. It just so happens that both the Masci and Milan surnames were from Messina, and the Milan Coat is a tree stump, same as the Brock(en) Coat. Near Milan, the Bruce blue-on-white lion is used by Brixia/Brescia, and the Brescia Coat shows a moline cross...used also my Molines/Moulins who smack of "Milan."

We can now trace "Pavelli" and "Powell" to "Pavia," but then I traced "Pavia" to a Phyffe variation of the Fifes / Fives, and so we find Fife beside Angus and Stirlingshire, where Brecon and related Guiscards were first found respectively. I glean here that the piles of Brecons and Guiscards are codes for the birth of Pontius Pilate in the same theater.

Still, somehow, I am not satisfied with the Powell - Bridge revelation to this point. I sensed something more important last night, having to do with the future of anti-Christ history. I heard on Fox news a short blip on Sarah Palin's activities, and she's one political "Christian" whom I no longer trust. As she and her husband endorse Newt Gingrich, I took a look at the two surnames to which I trace "Gingrich," the Ging/Gang and Rich surnames. The Rich surname happens to use "Garde la Foy" for a motto.

AHA! Although I've routinely entertained Foy-, Fay- or Fife-like surnames for that motto, the Laffy surname (red fox) came to mind as per "la foy," and while Laffys/Lochers (first found in Fife!) were treated a few months ago, I did not recall their symbol. It's EXACTLY the Guiscard Coat!

Briggs (said to derive in "bridge") use Pullen colors and the Pullen pelican exactly. How coincidental where this Powell-Bridge investigation started on the theory of linking to Pouls/Poulies. I just entered "Null" as per the "Nulla" motto term of Pullens, a term that I don't ever recall trying to decipher, and when I saw the red lion with red hand in the Null/Nulty Coat, it was virtually identical to the Lafferty Coat viewed seconds earlier...which I was NOT going to mention until seeing the Null/Nulty Coat.

Briggs use "A gold pelican vulning herself on the gold stump of a tree, sprouting." There is then a pelican head in the Sprout/Sprott Crest, as well as more "crossed spears." Is that not awesome??? Others using crossed spears are Lingens and Spears, but it was the Poul/Poulies who use "crossed sticks"!!! I kid you not, the findings in the Powell-Bridge investigation, starting on a bedtime train of thoughts that seemed from Above, took place paragraph by paragraph just as I wrote them, just as you read them. There was no pre-plot on my part to come to the Pouls just now, nor to the Pullens in the paragraph above.

The hearts in the Sprout/Sprott Coat are called, " human hearts, interesting where I just heard that Brit Hume will do a Fox news special, "President George H.W. Bush: The Man and his Mission." It is a very positive treatment on president George Scherff, and was likely created as damage control due to online claims that the president was a Scherf. Brit takes the viewer to the president's early life, apparently trying to discredit ties to Nazi Germany.

In any case, there is a Human/Yeoman Coat using "cronels," and German Crones use...a crane. Earlier it was found: "the Scottish Crane Crest looks like the "hind" used by Polleys." The Human/Yeoman Crest is the Shakespeare spear, BROKEN.

[Insert -- REMARKABLE, that the broken code should pop up here, for while the Briggs use "A gold pelican VULNing herself on the gold stump of a tree, sprouting," the Broke/Brock motto uses "VULNere," while German Brocks/Brockens use tree stumps. Might "Vilnius" be at the root of those motto terms?

YES! The Villin surname -- same Shield as Tanners -- was traced to "Vilnius," and the Villin Coat (blank Shield, blank black Chief) is identical to the Derth/ARTHe Coat, while the latter uses the red rooster of the Homers! It tends to suggest that the Human/Yeoman surname is definitely related to the "human HEART" code of Sprouts, especially as I identified Derths/Arths as heart-suspect ARTHurians.

But as it is the Briggs who use "sprout," it suggests that Tanners and TonBRIDGES were kin together with the Briggs.

I had traced the black roosters of KOPPELs (and Aikens) to "Goplo" (Aikens were first found in heart-using Lanarkshire, beside Renfrew. The red rooster is used also by the Kiss/Cush/Cuse surname (black-on-white chevron) whose fellow branch, the Cass/Cast surname, traces to the Arms of Vilnius).

Humes use white on green, colors you will see again below in Pollock- and Rockefeller-suspect Stanfords. Humes are also "Home," while the two House surnames use white on green, and green on white. Do we recall that House's use the "cabbage" leaves (suspect as heart-using Sauvages) of the Siebens, which identical leaves the Hazels call, "hazel slips," as code for "Islip"? Before you read below on another Glasgow location (warning, shocking), let me highlight that William Hitler of Renfrewshire elements (suspect partly in Glasgows and Pollocks) lived with his sons in the Islip theater.

Homers use a "crossBOW," and then the Bow/Bough Coat (BOOFima suspect, related goats expected) uses the same bow as in the green-shielded Bower Coat (the latter's "metam" motto term was linked to BaphoMET"). English Latins use a crossbow in Crest. End Insert]

Until now (not including the above insert, we haven't had any evidence of Rockefellers in the Powell discussion even though the rocks that Powell and I threw at each other suggested Roquefeuils as they and Powells linked to Pollocks, Pouls/Poulies and similar others. The German Crone description: "...a crane holding a ROCK in its foot." If it had arms, the rock might be in its hand. Is this what God wants us to know, the Crones?

AND, the Human/Yeoman "cronels" (that got us to Crones) look somewhat like the Rook and Rookby/ROCKby rooks.

As Pullens and Waynes were related, I'd say the English Crones (in German-Crone colors) use the Wayne Shield. While Waynes use Macey gloves, Crones use Massey fleur. You may recall that the Arms of Lingen use a crown with fleur-de-lys, and while Crones smack of "crown," English Crones use a crown in Crest. Entering "Rock" gets another Coat but using the same rook design. And a treFOIL in the midst of the rooks! The green and gold colors of this Rock/Rooker Coat are the colors of the Arms of Roquefeuil!!!

[Insert -- After finding Michael McFaul below, "Fowl" was entered to seek possible Faul links to "Powell," and lo-and-behold that the Fowl term got a Fowell/Phowel surname, and the same-colored chevron as the Rookby/Rockby chevron.

In some of my first Rockefeller investigations, I thought to identify some black-on-white chevrons (the Rookby symbol) as Rockefeller symbols, and one relevant surname was Rice, with ravens around the chevron (the Rook Crest has the same raven, which it calls a "rook"). A Rice surname was placed in charge of overseas affairs by George Bush, but also see Susan Rice below. There is a Rize location near Trabzon, and beside the ARDahan theater of Caucasia, and then the Rice write-up traces to the idea of "ARDour." The Rice motto even includes "hardy." As you know, the Illuminati Round Table is an Arthurian-suspect entity. The Reece surname uses the Rice Shield, but a different motto.

I thought to check the Fleur surname upon seeing the translation of the Rook motto: "Rooks will flourish while the sun shines." It was surprising to find a Fleur/Lafleur Coat similar to the Stamford/Stanford Coat. Reminder: the Stems/Steins entered this update as per stems on water lilies, and we may assume that the Fleurs were named after the fleur-de-lys.

The Fleurs use the same white-on-blue cross as Italian Flores, and the Rook motto uses "EfFLOREscent cornices" to indicate "Rooks will flourish." The Flore cross is surrounded by...fleur-de-Lys. Good one John. When should we do the drum roll? Later below, the Rook garb will be linked to Garbs and Harveys, the latter using a black boar.

Scottish Hardys use black boars (strongly suggesting a Herod-Esau line), and were first found in heart-using Lanarkshire. English Hardys use...a black-on-white chevron. The Latter's write-up: "First found in Guyenne, where the family was established in a village of Soustons, in Landes." Souston Susan? Guyenne was also Gascony, and Gascony uses...a garb.

The Susan/Sussam surname uses a lily, on a stem!!! That was the Sieben and Lingen symbol, suggesting a possible Lingen trace to Landes."

The Susan lily is white on a green Shield, the colors of the Stanford Coat!!! Do you recall that "Stem" was entered to find the Steins/Steyns? Entering "STAMford" gets a Stanford/Stainforth surname. Stanford was even a topic below before this insert was written. End Insert].

WOW. I thought that I had exhausted the investigation. "Robert" was entered because that's what the first name was of Powell the rock thrower, and it just so happens that the Powell Coat is virtually identical (aside from being colors reversed) with the Welsh Robert Coat.

UNBELIEVABLE! After writing the above (not the Insert, but above that), I went to the news and picked up a story treating Obama's ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul ("Faul" gets the Fall Coat). I wasn't surprised to find that the ambassador might be a RockFELLER agent, but then I went to his article at Wikipedia, and the first sentence: "Michael Anthony McFaul (born 1963 in Glasgow, Montana) is a Stanford University professor who has been confirmed to be United States Ambassador to Russia." I have been trying to trace elements of Glasgow, Scotland, to Montana, and yet until now I didn't even know of a Glasgow location in Montana!

Stanford University is a place that Max Baucus attended too, a place founded by British-Illuminati agents of the Cecil-Rhodian kind (founder of Rhodes Scholarships, globalist tool). Emailer Pollock's first husband, whose surname (which I can't reveal) was first found in Renfrew (location of Glasgow), had attended Stanford too, and as FULbert of Pollock was "of Steinton," it's conspicuous that the Stein and Stanford Coats both use the same goat. Both use lions/leopards in gold on red. Then, the Stamford/Stanford Coat uses vair fur, as does the Welsh Bach Coat.

Montana's Glasgow is in a Valley County, and then the Stamford/Stanford write-up speaks on a Stanford location in Vale. Entering either "Vale" or "Valley" gets the same Coat.

Max Baucus is now married to a Hanes surname, first found in Lincolnshire, where related Hannitys ("firme" motto term, same as Bacons/Beacons), and Rhodes', were first found. Sean Hannity of Fox news is even married to a Rhodes surname. On Susan Rice, Obama's ambassador to the UN:

Rice attended Stanford University and graduated with a B.A. in history in 1986. She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

Awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, Rice attended New College, Oxford...

Rice's classmates and professors at Oxford included advocates of the role of the United Nations and international law (Sir Adam Roberts, Benedict Kingsbury), of global economic governance and international economic cooperation...and of a firm stance against Russian authoritarianism (Michael McFaul).

...Rice married ABC News producer Ian Officer Cameron...

Camerons use five bunched arrows, a Bower and Rothschild symbol. Like the Bowers, the Stanford Coat uses a green Shield. The founder of Stanford University, a Stanford by surname, was into railroad. Rothschilds, starting in Britain in the Cecil-Rhodes era, built the railroad. Rockefellers shipped their gas and oil on the railroad. They all got rich, and richer, and richest. They don't yet have enough money, for globalism is very expensive. It's our money they build the world that God will down in one Day.

Stanford comes up elsewhere:

Born in Montana, [Michael] McFaul earned a B.A. in International Relations and Slavic Languages and an M.A. in Slavic and East European Studies from Stanford University in 1986. As a Rhodes Scholar, he earned a Ph.D. in International Relations from Oxford University in 1991...

...McFaul is a Democrat who was the architect of U.S. President Barack Obama's policy on Russia.

[Insert -- The day after writing the above, Faults were checked to find French Fault and Fages surnames registered with a the Chaulnes/Cholnes surname. It was stunning to find that it these Faults uses a fleur-de-lys in colors reversed to the Sheriff fleur, and that one of the two colors is "royal blue," not common in comparison with standard heraldic blue. It's the use of royal blue in both surnames that alerts to a family link, but then the two Shields even use the same colors.

On Glasgow of Montana: "Glasgow was founded in 1887 as a railroad town by James J. Hill, who was responsible for creating many communities along the Hi-Line. The town was named after Glasgow in Scotland." In the list of important people out of Montana's Glasgow: 1) Tony Raines - NASCAR Driver; I trace Raines' to "Renfrew"; 2) Steve Reeves - bodybuilder and actor; Reeves and Sheriffs were supposedly the same surname; 3) Ronald Speirs, U.S. Army officer; Spiers were first found in Renfrewshire.,_Montana

BEHOLD! The Sheriff Crest is "A gold demi-lion rampant holding a laurel branch," while Scottish Faults/Fauls' (beside Renfrew) use "three green laurel leaves" in the same fashion and colors as the House leaves...which are identical to the "hazel slips" of the Hazel Coat! IT TENDS TO TRACE SHERIFFS (and Fauls) TO SCHERIFFS OF ISLIP!!!!! Incredible. As Siebens use the same leaves again, what about the fact that Max Baucus had a mother with a Sheriff maiden name, whose mother in turn was a Sieben???

Let me repeat what was said earlier in this update:

The Pullen motto, "Nulla pallescere culpa," is translated "To turn pale from no crime," which makes no sense to me. "Culpa" means "fault" or "guilt." When an Italian says, "it's your culpa," it means, "it's your fault." The term smacks of the Fall/Faul surname.

The Fawl variation of Faults/Fauls' suggests the Fawlers/Fowlers/Fouller, who happen to use the same chevron as Paisleys. Therefore, the white Paisley roses could be the white Reeve roses. Faults/Fauls/Fawls were first found in Ayrshire, beside Paisley, and therefore the Cholnes/Foges surname that comes up with "Fault" might be of the Kyles (= Coles) of Ayrshire. The latter are traced by me to Poland. I had suggested that the so-called "fasces" in the Arms of Vilnius was also understood as "fag(g)ot," because that's an other name for "a bundle of STICKS" (i.e. the sticks are code for Vilnius' ASTIKas family). The Fages variation of the Chaulnes/Fault Coat could apply. [End Insert]

McFaul has been accused by some Russian influential-ites of plotting an over-throw of Putin in the same internal ways as West-supported over-throws in Syria and Egypt. McFaul's wife has a Norton surname. If that per chance traces to Nahor elements, note that McFaul is listed in Intelius at Bozeman, Montana, for Buz was a son of Nahor whom I trace to "Bozrah" and "Bozcath." The black rose of the Boz surname could be as per the black boar of Esau, and the Baus variation may even be a version of "Baucus." IN FACT, entering "Bausus" gets the Boz Coat.

WOW! Toying around some more, what was found when entering "Bacher" (as per the Bausser variation of Boz') but the Brick Coat!

Bozeman was named after John Bozerman: "Bozeman was murdered while traveling along the Yellowstone River in April 1867. His partner, Tom Cover, reported they had been attacked by a band of Blackfeet Indians. Inconsistencies in his story have led historians to suspect that Bozeman was killed by Cover himself." COVER???

We saw above that the Powell investigation led to Vilnius elements because Briggs use "A gold pelican VULNing herself on the gold stump of a tree, sprouting," while Brokes/Brocks use "VULNere." The Powell-Bridge investigation ended up being centered on Rockefellers of the Stanford kind, while Powells became suspect as Pouls/Poulies. When I mentioned the "crossed sticks" of Pouls/Poulies, I didn't show the Stick Coat even though I now predict that the 666 commercial system will be from stick/stigma-like entities, especially the ASTIKas surname that merged with 666-suspect Trabys.

[It was after writing the above that the crossed spears of the Pays'/Paces were found so that the surname was traced suggestively to "Paisley"...and to Speers of the Paisley theater.]

Montana 666?

Aside from my showing, not many updates ago, that "Stainer" adds up to 666, my point is that the Stick Coat uses gold garbs, which is the symbol in the Rook Crest upon which the rook=raven is perched. The gold garb is a Cheshire symbol, and it's below the black chevron (Rooks use a black chevron) in the Garb Coat. Note that while Garbs use the star colors of Hiedlers/Hitlers, Rooks use the sun that is amongst the Hiedler/Hitler stars. See the same stars in Garb-suspect Harve(y)s.

I have for years traced the Cheshire garb, suspect as symbol of Ranulf le Meschin's Goz/Gois bloodline, to the garb in the Arms of Gascony. But now, note the white lion in those Arms, for Stokes/Stocks and Stakes/Stacks use a white lion too.

For the first time that I can recall, "Stockton" was just entered as it came to mind, and there were tree stumps, symbol not only of the Briggs write-up, but of mythical Esus, the human-sacrifice cult whose end-time lovers we need to beware. Reminder: Ranulph le Meschin's father was a BRIQUESsart from the Bessin, and I trace the Bessin's Biaocasses founders to Bohemians, while the white Stoke/Stock lion is two tailed, just like the white Bohemian lion.

Stocktons were first found in Meschin-infested Cheshire. That tends to trace the Stoke/Stock and Stake/Stack lions --- and the 666-suspect stick entities -- to the two-tailed white lion of MontFORTs (Warwickshire), for I trace the latter to "Monforte" in Cuneo (Piedmont), beside MontFerrat, while Masseys (related to Mascis of Piedmont) came forth from FERTE-Mace.

The Stockton tree stumps are even white-on-green, colors that I've associated above with Rockefellers and kin. The Milan-surname tree stump is on a split Shield in green and white.

It's interesting, especially if Misers/Misserlys do trace to the naming of the Missouri river, that while Italian Milans were first found in Messina, Scottish Milans/Mullens use a "Miseris succurrere" motto phrase...perhaps part-code for the Seagers/Sugars to which I trace Mieszko's daughter. After writing that, I remembered that Seagars/Sugars use a "moline" cross, and that Molines (in the colors of Milans/Mullens) are also "Moulin."

It just so happens that a moline cross is often shown -- as in the case of the Moline moline -- with the same ends as the Rook rooks.

Wasn't Fulbert of Pollock / Stenton traced to Roquefeuils suspect in Falaise? The Moline/Moullen write-up: "...William of Moulins, Sire de Falaise, Lord of Moulins in 1030, in Normandy, uncle of William the Conqueror..." If the Moline/Moullens goat design looks familiar, it's because Hitler-related Statens use it. It's also an apparent goat version of the Steig(er)s/STIGers, itself an apparent version of the Stein(er)/Steigner goat. One can see how "Steyner" modifies to/from "Steigner."

Just found! The Staten goat in the Filbert/Filby Coat.

Entering "Stagner" gets STOCKdales/Storkdales who seem to be a branch of Sales-of-Mascy and Helms/Helions. The latter are not to be mistaken for Brittany's Helions/Heylins, and link with little doubt to the Pendragon surname (helmet in Crest). Stork-using Steyners must be related to Stagners/STORKdales. The Steyner Chief gives me that impression of being code for "chi-stigma-xi," the three letters of the Greek alphabet that spell, 666. The "dash" in that Chief (between two x-like marks) might mean "blank" or "secret" or "mystery" as secret code for the stig-related Steyner surname itself.

The mother of William the Conqueror married Herluin de Conteville, and Contevilles were partly from the Conte surname, and partly from the Ville surname, both first found in Languedoc, where Roquefeuils lived. But I had traced the Villes to "Vilnius" on some solid points.

An additional point is that I predicted the False Prophet -- the one who enforces the 666 commercial system -- to be a Masci bloodliner, and the crossed sticks of the Pouls/Poulies is surrounded by Masci wings. Also, very recently, I've been suggesting that Hitler-ite lines in the Montana-to-Washington stretch may be instrumental in advancing key elite players of the 666 system, with their Aryan-militia thugs in charge of persecuting violently all "rebels." Adolf's nephew, William Hitler, chose "Stuart-Houston" for his alias surname in America, and Stewarts are shown as "STIGweard." I traced these very Stewarts to "Astikas" in many ways.

It makes sense that what you are reading, God's revelation (I say that humbly), will have to do with revealing our 666 enemies before they clamp down on His unsuspecting lambs. There is coming a day of betrayal by those politicians who smile Christian-like and make us love them today. It's called the "apostasy" predicted by 2 Thessalonians 2, to occur immediately before the revelation of the anti-Christ. There is a difference between fake Christians and true Christians who change their minds suddenly, turn their backs to Christ, when finding the pleasures of political power, money, and worldly lusts.

The mace is about to come down hard on Christians...but then Russia / Moscow uses not only a mace in its flag, but a sickle, two symbols of Maceys / Meschins. Mackays even use bears. I've expect a Massey bloodliner False Prophet allied to a Gogi bear, but -- if I made a boo-boo -- it may turn out that the Gogi bear will not be from Russia, but rather from the Rus line to Rothschilds.

The timing of this update with the news story on Jim Messina, present ambassador to Russia, may have to do with bringing us to Max Baucus. He's had his fingers in financial affairs of federal America, where we could expect 666-planning fingers too. In his Wikipedia article: "He is also chairman of the Joint Committee on Taxation," and clicking to that article: "The Joint Committee [on Taxation] is composed of ten Members: five from the Senate Finance Committee and five from the House Ways and Means Committee."

In the webpage above, which I did not know about until after all the above on Rockefellers was written, we find that in the 112th Congress (the current one), the three Senate-Majority members included Max Baucus and Jay Rockefeller. The latter is great-grandson to oil man, John D. Rockefeller, and should therefore be a chief Rockefeller tool in politics. Rockefellers are actively preventing (with millions in donations to anti-pipeliners), as best they can, the Keystone pipeline through Montana. Obama has apparently taken the Rockefeller position.

Again, the Keystone pipeline is slated to go through Baker, which term I linked tentatively to "Baucus." Earlier, while on the Baucus / Baker investigations, I investigated the Key and Stone surnames, checking to see whether "Keystone" was itself code for those surnames. My findings were kept in my pocket until now, that both the Bachus/BakeHOUSE and Key/Keyes Coats use a "confido" motto term. I retort, you decide.

The Joint Committee was founded largely by a Senator James Couzens, in cahoots with a Parker surname (that uses the Stewart Coat). The Keystone pipeline is also slated to pass through Cushing (Oklahoma), and then the Cushing (and Cussion) term gets the Cousin/Couzen Coat. Although the original stated purpose of the Joint Committee was to examine the Internal Revenue peoples for suspected / potential corruption against big corporations, once entrenched, the Committee could perform its own corruption on behalf of big corporations. Parks use the Stewart Shield and stag heads, and Parkers (DERBYshire) use stag heads in the gold-on-green colors of the Arms of Roquefeuil.

So far as I can make out, the Park stag design is identical, even in colors, with the stag head in the Means Coat? It just so happens that "The role of the Committee on Finance is very similar to that of the House Committee on Ways and Means." Suddenly, even the name of that latter organization appears to be code for surnames.

Yes, for entering "Cuse" (i.e. like the Cusin variation of Cousins) gets the Kiss/Cush surname that I had accessed from the Kissanes, who use a red stag with gold antlers, the colors of the Park and Means stag-and-antlers!!! The Kiss'/Cush's are obviously related to the Cass/Cash surname, both using black-on-white chevrons, a Rockefeller symbol sometimes. Both chevrons use "fountains" traced to FOND de Villes of Languedoc, which is the Ville clan that I traced to "Vilnius."

The Cass/Cast Crest uses WEIGHT scales, as does the Arms of Vilnius. The Ways surname shows a "Weigh" variation!! Now tell me who conTROLLs the money of America? These surnames now under disCUSSION, right?

WOW. Do you want to see the Weight Coat (black-on-white chevron again)? It's ASTOUNDING. Prepare thyself. The Weight Coat uses a black bugle with gold stripes, the same as the Traby 666-bugles. What timing in arriving to that disclosure, while in the midst of a trace to Vilnius, home of the 666-suspect Astikas.

Quite apparently, the Astikas-Traby bloodline controls, or controlled, the U.S. Senate, and from that we can surely see the 666 system developing from the highest legislative peoples in the nation. The Seal of the United States Senate uses the same "fasces," or bundle of STICKS, as in the Arms of Vilnius. The Senate Seal is shown at the link above at the page on the Senate Finance Committee, chaired Max Baucus.

The other Weights are shown properly as vair-using Whites, and I'll therefore trace Weights to the Arms of WITkowo in Poland. It's the all-seeing-eye cult of ancient Uat. These trolls are now spying, not only on our emails, but on the personal files in our computers. Since when are trolls apt to obey laws or act morally? Trolls by nature live under the bridges, from where they tunnel underground invisibly, undermining society while gobbling up its treasures by night. They have the bodies of serpents, and heads of disgusting hogs. They seize bank vaults legally by the Brink loads because they have created the image that "great financial success" is to be honored. That would be wonderful if money were taken from Mars, but as it is, it's taken from your labors.

The Ways/Weigh Coat uses "fish haurient" and "wavy palets" on "wavy bars." The Arms of Vilnius use waves. The Pallett Coat, black boars. Pallett variations include, Pailley and Palley. They were first found in Champagne, not far from Pilates/Pilots. After writing that, I sought the meaning of "haurient," finding it to apply to vertical fish, explaining why Websters defined it like so: "In PALE [caps mine], with the head in chief; -- said of the figure of a fish, as if rising for air." An heraldic "pale" refers to a vertical bar, and "head in chief" means the fish head is in the top one-third of the Shield. It can be suspect that "haurient" is code for a similar-sounding surname. (Other fish haurient in my files include those of Prides, Caters, MacKetts, Lucys, and Orts.)

The Pale surname is also shown as, Pailley and Palley. Pilleys are also "Pilette." The fasces or bundle of sticks (or rods) in the Arms of Vilnius is a Roman-empire symbol, for a Roman dictatorship. Don't we expect the 666 commercial system along with a Roman dictatorship under the anti-Christ? The Pilley/Pilette surname even uses grails, the symbol of the Revelation-17 harlot. We read: "These [Pillay / Pilley] place names are both thought to derive from the Old English word 'pil' or 'pile,' meaning a 'post,'..." Thing is, the Post Coat uses a black bugle (i.e. as with Trabys), and was already linked to Polleys and similar others.

The Traby bugle is technically a "hunting horn," and "Traby" is even defined as "horn," a haurient-like term. This Geddys/Geddes' article says that Geddes used the pike fish haurient. I tentatively traced Geddys, not too long ago when on the Vilnius investigation, to Gediminas the Lithuanian duke (Vilnius is in Lithuania).

It just so happens that the Dutch Horn Coat uses a "wavy bar," similar to the wavy bars of Coldwells (piles). I had traced Coldwells solidly to the Arms of Vilnius! The other Coldwell Coat even uses pikes vertically!!! I didn't know / recall this when explaining fish haurient above. I'm kicking myself for losing the Coat that used the same dancetty fesse, in the same colors, as the White- / Weight- / Ways-related Wyatts, but find some consolation in that the same fesse is used by the latter Coldwells (Renfrewshire).

English Horns (herons) are in Dutch-Horn colors, the colors also of Trabys/Sadowskis. Dutch Horns trace to a "point," but then the Point Coat, as with Caldwells, use piles (long triangles with a point).

I'm kicking myself even harder for losing the two Coats using "columns" in Crest, found during the Keystone or Ways and Means investigation. It was recalled a few paragraphs later that the Arms of Gediminids use "Columns of Gediminas or Pillars of Gediminids". As you can see, there is a small red Shield in the center of the columns, the symbol also of the Geddy/Geddes Coat.

Pikes use trefoils, as do Prudes/Prates. Prudes/Prides/PRYdes use "lamPREYs HAURIENT" as an alternative symbol. French Preys use a hunting HORN.

I should add that, in the morning after having the thoughts on Powell the rock thrower, and his death over a bridge, I awoke with a dream that I cannot now recall, though at the moment of waking the Dobbs surname was at the front of my mind. I determined to investigate the Dobbs surname, and that very evening, on Bill O'Reilly of Fox news, Lou Dobbs was on. Dobbs, for years while working with CNN, was on a crusade against illegal immigration. My question was whether the dream was Direction above: might Lou Dobbs be a closet Aryan? Perhaps a link to "Tubal' Caucasians is in order, for entering "Dobel" gets the Dobbs Coat.

The Dobbs Coat didn't mean much to me yesterday morning, but since then the black-on-white Rockefeller chevrons have become a topic. The Dobbs Shield and chevron is used by Alexanders, but the same Shield was found earlier with Hunt(er)s, suspect as Traby kin. (The same Shield is also used by Dutch Sprows/Spruces, but coincidences can occur.)

I now recall that Dobys (helmet) were first found in Renfrewshire, and that's where the Montana / Idaho neo-Nazis are suspect too.

I often find that when things come to mind suddenly and in a certain way, it proves to appear as Direction. This is another example. It just so happens that, immediately after wring the Prey topic, the Dobbs dream came to mind for no reason that one could see on the page. I now find that Dobers use the same-colored bend as Preys. This wavy Dober bend was traced in the past to the wavy white bend of "Jewish" Pollocks just because Dobys and Pollocks were first found in Renfrewshire. Just like that, we see that Dobbs' can apply to the line of neo-Nazis to Montana.

Next, I took a look at the Pray Coat, finding symbols that smack to me of Meschins. The Crest is "A black pegasus courant ducally gorged, gold," which tends to reveal that "gorged" is indeed code for Gorgons, for mythical Pegasus was born of the Medusa Gorgon. Masseys use the pegasus in Crest, and then the Massey pegasus design is used by Helions/Heylins, a branch of Brittanys' Helms/Helions that I identify with the heraldic "helmet."

The Pray Chief is the Mackie/Mackey lion, and in the Coat wolves likely belonging to the D'Avranches. The surname is shown properly as "Prater/Pretor" (suggesting the Prudes/Prides/Prydes). But the write-up has potential for a trace to Reeves > Sheriffs: "The Pray surname comes from the word Latin 'praetor,' and was a term used for a reeve, the chief magistrate or bailiff of a district." English Dobers: more trefoils, as with French Prudes/Prates.

The "bailiff" term in the Pray write-up appears as code for Bails, who use the Oxford lion, as do Irish Prays/Preys.

Max Baucus is a leading advocate of Obama's health care law. That same law (see bill 3200) has skin chip directives. Namely, by March of 2013, certain particulars on the safety of the skin chip must be analyzed. A skin chip can be applied to Americans by heath care services. How many Americans are going to be insured by force into the O-Care system? Everyone. There are some saying that the skin chip itself must be implanted by March 23, 2013, but I think that interpretation is wrong.

Here's the best long-life tribulation food ever (sarcasm):

Are you sure you still want MacDonalds? For all we know, their uncooked hamburgers are 6 months old. What are they putting in there to keep it from growing bacteria?


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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