At the Core of the Herods, the Heart of Robert Bruce
Gow-ing To and Fro over the Earth
The Long Copher's Shadow from Kaufering to Lanark
Late in the last update, when the discussion was on the Stevenson surname as it may have birthed Frank Marshall Davis, the Canfield surname was a part of the topic. Here is the importance of that surname:
The Helen mentioned in [Frank's] the letter [to his' old fornication partner] is a reference to Helen Canfield, a white Chicago socialite who was also [as with Davis] a card-carrying member of the Communist Party of the USA.
When Davis and Canfield wed in 1946, Canfield was 23 years old, 18 years younger than Davis...
...Gilbert has argued that the affair Davis describes in "Sex Rebel: Black" [= Davis' lust story] involving an underage girl named "Anne" is very suggestive of Stanley Ann Dunham.
The article reveals that Davis was a sexual swine, with his eyes on a 13-year old, waiting for her to grow breasts, afterwhich he had a 6-month splash with her at 17, when he was an old man. It continues:
"In addition, the neighbors of Frank Marshall Davis have said Obama began visiting Davis every week regularly at his home on Kalihi Street from the time Obama was 10 years old. Why?" Gilbert asks. Gilbert, noting Dunham "engaged in nefarious activities with Davis, who was likely involved in pornography and prostitution," asked "why would she bring 10 year-old Barry back from Indonesia and tell her father something to the effect of, 'I'm going back to Indonesia, but please take young Barry to Frank's house a few times a week.'
"The only scenario where Obama's regular visits as a child to Frank's house makes sense is if Davis was the real biological father," Gilbert asserts.
That means Obama was old enough to know who his real father is. It means that Obama is a communist, as suspected from the things he has accomplished, or not, as president.
Julie wrote in to say a couple of things, suspected that "Xerod / Herod" had everything to do with "Gore," and that Gowers were Gores. A quick check of the Gower surname showed a Gore variation as well as a white wolf in Crest, the symbol of the Gore/Core Crest. With this new find, one can investigate the Gore bloodline with surprising results, and it even leads to Coverts and Coppers/Coopers. The problem now is to choose an opinion on which came first, "Gower" or "Gore." If "Gower" came first, then one could assume that Gores and Coverts were one. In such a case, Coverts will trace to Gorski, the Croatian theater where they have already traced by other means.
I started this new investigation with the Goher variation of Gowers/Gores, which reminded me of the Gopher/Gover surname (Oxfordshire) that in times past was linked (by me) to the Veres. The Gopher Coat happens to use blood drops, important because Gores use the Trip crosslets while Drops/Tropes use drops. It's telling that Gophers/Govers were indeed a branch of Gowers/Gores. And Coverts are always to link to Veres, the first suspect from Caiaphas, and the latter suspect from Pharisees lines.
Should we ignore that Gophers/Govers use the saltire that in Scotland is the Andrew's Cross? After all, Gophers/Govers are an English branch, and an English surname may not have had a right to use the Scottish flag, which can mean that the Gophers/Govers do not trace to the namer of Andrew's Cross. However, there are good reasons to view the Gophers as a branch of those who named the Scottish flag. First, the "FRANGas" motto term of Gowers/Gores is helpful because it should be code for the Frank surname. How amazing that the Scottish Frank saltire is in the Dutch Cooper Coat. In the least, even if "Gore" and "Herod" are unrelated terms, Gores are linking to Cooper-branch Herods.
The saltire above was traced already to Pollocks, who were found to be both Herods and from king Andrew of Hungary, the true patriarch of Scotland's Andrew's Cross (Scotland, to this day, obviously did not want to divulge its honor for king Andrew). Reminder: the Pollock saltire is used by English Franks and Scottish Hards.
Another interesting find is the hand holding a green garland in the Scottish Cooper Coat. This garland is also the symbol of the Ross Crest, and in the Ross write-up you can read that the surname traces to an Andrew (Coopers use a chevron within a chevron while Andrews use a saltire within a saltire). That's king Andrew of Hungary, but the Ross clan did not want to divulge this secret. And in the write-up of Scottish Andrews, where we find the Pollock saltire, almost, we find the clan traced to "Clan Ross." Do you see what happened? The royal Scots were ashamed to divulge that their very own flag was Hungarian.
A hand holding a garland is not only in the Cooper Crest, but in the Grover Crest. It's indicating that Grovers were either a variation of "Gopher/Gover," or some other entity that had merged with Gophers/Govers so as to take on a near-version of their name. It's of course very important that Grovers were first found in the same place (Sussex) as Coopers/Coppers and Coverts.
One thing that I've noticed about surname variations is that they take a shape of other surnames with which they have merged by marriage. For example, Coverts may have derived from a variation of "Cooper/Copper," and, assuming that Gores were from Coverts, something similar to "Gore" may therefore have derived in honor of "Herod." Take "Gord" as an example of a G-version "Herod," for Gordons were traced without doubt in my mind to Perigourdin, not far from the area of France (Comminges) that was the original place of Herod Antipas. From the 1st update of last August:
The county of Perigord dates back to when the area was inhabited by the Gauls, it was home to four tribes, the name for "four tribes" in the Gaulish language was "PetroCORE". The area eventually became known as the county of Le Perigord and its inhabitants became known as the PeriGORDINs (or Perigourdins).
I would seriously reject that definition for "Perigord," and trace instead to Imperia, a Ligurian location smack next to Antipas-like Antibes.
As you can see above, the Core variation of Gores seems to be in "Pericore," but then the same term evolved into the Gordon surname using gold boar heads, the symbol of Herod-related Campbells. In fact, Campbells was the first surname to which I solidly traced the line of Herod Antipas. Moreover, the other GORDON surname uses the HORTON stag, suggesting that Gordons took a Herod-like variation due to merger with the line of Herod Antipas. If Perigord predated Herods of Israel, it's feasible here that Herods had ancestry in Perigord / Imperia / Antibes elements. To put it another way, it's to be considered that "Herod / Xerod" was from the "gord" entity of Perigords.
The Gordon boars are used by Fergusons too, and Fergus' use the Ferrari lion, the surname of which is suspect from Pharisees. But "Ferg" may be a Ferrari line but shaped in honor of "Perig(ord)." Imperia is on the Ligurian coast out from MontFERRAT, where I trace the Ferrari line. By what coincidence is Montferrat in Cuneo, where I trace "Cunningham," while Cunninghams (same general area as Campbells) use "fork" in their motto as code for Forkers/Farquhars, first found in the same place as Cunninghams? That is, compare "Forker" with "PERIGORd."
The Cunningham motto also uses "over," very conspicuous in a Gover discussion. There is an Over surname.
Next, note what should prove to be codes in the Gopher/Gover write-up, for the surname is traced to "one who goes gently of quietly." There is 99.9 percent chance that it's deliberately untrue, yet code for two surnames, the Dutch G(h)ents (in Gopher colors) and the Quiets/Watts. In the first update of last August, the Vatt surname was discovered, first found in the same place (Argyllshire) as Campbells: "BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 'Vitt' was just entered as per the Fitt variation of Fichets, to find the Watts/Vatts, first found in Argyllshire! There is an all-see-eye on an oak tree in that Coat (I trace oaks to Joktanites = Occitania/Aquitaine)."
As per the latest material in the updates, we have reason to link the discussion here to Woerden elements from the Netherlands, which is to say that Ghent of the Netherlands likely applies to the El-Gabal cult out of Woerden, though we should expect Gabal elements in other places of the Netherlands. We will shortly see the Gophers/Govers leading right to what looks like the Goplo entity, itself suspect with "Gabal." Goplo (Poland) was mythicized (by Gallus Anonymous) as a Mouse Tower, and the Poles used a Mysia-like term for that tower. It just so happens that Perigord was traced (by me) to "Gordias," father of king Midas of Mysians.
The El-Gabal cult in Syria, which stemmed from the Campbell-suspect line of Iamblichus, was engaged by a Maesa surname that had traced to Le Mas (Provence) almost smack at Imperia. Imperia had been traced (by me, many months ago) to the Imperi peoples of Africa, owners of a proto-Baphomet human-sacrifice cult that was itself traced (by me) to ancient Mysians months before I knew of the Maesa topic. That cult, called "Boofima" in Africa, had traced to a Boof-like surname (Boeff/Beef/Sambeoff), first found in Perigord. See first update of August for more details. It appears that the Mas entity at Provence was of Baphomet-related Mysians, suspect from the Mazyes/Meshwesh "Libyans" (Amazons, to be most accurate).
Baphomet has got to be linked to Drakenberg, especially as Le Mas is near Draguignan. Drakes were traced solidly to Drachten and nearby Leeuwarden (Frisian locations) in the last update, and the LeeuWARDEN term seems applicable to "Woerden." It just so happens that English G(h)ents were first found in the same place as Drakes, and that place is HAMPshire, now suspect with the Hamburgs (Oxfordshire) who use the Gore/Core and Trip crosslets.
Besides, the Veres of Oxford supported the red rose of Lancaster, founded by John of Gaunt, named after Ghent/Gaunt of the Netherlands. This should explain why English Gaunts use a wolf in Crest, the Gopher / Gore Crest symbol. If we change the 'u' to a 'v', we get, Gavnt" from "Gaunt." Where have we heard of a Gaven-like place? Oh, yes, Covenarum (the earlier name of Comminges).
[Insert -- While writing the paragraph above, the Kevin surname came to mind, and so my files were searched to find an instance of Kevins in the fourth update of October, 2011, where they were traced to the Jupiter / Juno cult at what would later be Croatia. The Jupiter theater was at the Gorski region of Croatia that would be traced to Gores for the first time, months after that October update. Here's what was said:
The German June Coat is a blue Shield, as with the Gang/Gungs. English Junes/Jungs (probably use the Pendragon fleur-de-lys) can be linked to mythical Juno just because of the Jove-like Jevene variation. The term suggested a peep at the Kevin surname. Scottish Kevins/Kewins (recalls the Cowan-branch Jupiters) use German-June colors...which are also the colors of the Gangs/Gungs that were linked above to Carvers. Keep your eye on this curb ball, for while Carvers had been introduced as per the Carvetti Celts, who lived in ancient Carlisle, Irish Kevins (Bruce-Crest lion design) were first found in Carlow, suggesting that Carlow and Carlisle were related places [I hadn't yet come to the Karlovac topic; it just so happens that Karlovac is at the Gorski theater].
Therefore, whose white-on-blue lion is it in the Scottish Kevin/Kewan Coat? Is it the Cappeo = Bruce lion in colors reversed? Shouldn't the Cappeo lion be found in colors reversed too? The blue-on-white lion was also the Bute symbol, and it just so happens that Kevins/Kewans were first found in Argyllshire. In Scotland, the white-on-blue lion belongs to the Dowels and Dougals/Dowells; the latter were first found in Galloway, beside Annan and Carlisle, and I do expect the Bruce lion in Galloway.
Doesn't it seem as though "Kevin" should trace to "Covenarum" if only for their Argyllshire location? Galloway is where Fergus' were first found who are now tracing to Perigord elements. This insert comes after writing below on the Cophers/COBBENs, who look like they too can trace to "COVENarum." If they do, it's yet another reason for tracing Gores/Cores and Gopher-related Gowers/Gores to the Perigord theater. In the discussion below, a lion in the colors of the Kevin/Kewan lion is found like so in the Crew surname: "It just so happens that while Cophers/Cobbens are said to be from Cheshire's Crew location, the Crews, first found in Cheshire, use a lion in colors reversed to the Cappeo lion."
Crews are suspect with Crows to be Garebites, and the CARVers mentioned about look like GAREBites also (I see Garebites as founders of Croatia and Serbs, and Gores/Cores have been traced without doubt to SERVitium at the Japodes / Gorski theater).
It is corroborative of my being on the right track (good thing for you) to now find Carvers involved, for Gores were traced very recently to proto-Carolingians of Carlisle, while the Carvetti Celts (Corbetts?) lived in ancient Carlisle. The Gowers/Gores, you see, use the same flory cross design as the Carlisle surname, and the Carlisle's use their cross in Gower/Gore / Gore/Core colors. End Insert]
It's not hard to realize why Veres and Drakes should be linking to Gores even aside from the latter's identification with Herod liners. Drakes had been of the dukes of Masovia, and therefore of the Mieszko line...to which Gores have been tracing for months. That is, the Gores of Gorski had linked squarely to the proto-Mieszko Maezaei peoples (beside mythical Juno on the Una/Oeneus river), and to the Coles from the Colapis river of the Japodes. That latter river was also the Kupa, and the Gopher investigation leads right to Kupa-like surnames, which makes the Kupa river suspect with the Cooper/Copper line from Herod's mother. Therefore, there seems to be a basic link between Herods of the Gorski theater, and those of the Perigord theater. Why?
[The Maezaei lived on the Urbanus river, a term that can evolve from/into "Corban" if fronted with a 'C'. The raven-using Corbin surname is registered with Corbetts.]
By now, you should be convinced that Gophers/Govers and Gowers/Gores were Herod liners. But there is more reason for convincing us. Grovers use a Shield split diagonally in the colors of the "hourglass" Shield used by Cophers (with a 'C'). The hourglass heraldic symbol had traced (3rd update in last July) to the goddess of Trypillians; she was drawn by ancients in an hourglass shape. The Trypillians were traced to Trips...who use the Gore crosslets, and who are a branch of Drops/Tropes honored by the Gopher-Coat drops. Therefore, Cophers are Gophers.
Just like that, Gore kin are tracing to Trypillians, and the latter would not have become an important topic this past summer if not for a tip from the same person, Julie, responsible for the Gore / Gower topic here. Trypillians must go back to "Trabzon," a home of Amazons before they became the Mysians. This is your 666 bloodline. God has made it plain to me that the 666 commercial system will be as per a False Prophet of Mysian ancestry from a mouse entity. Goplo, that is, not far from Traby in Poland.
Copher variations tell a story in themselves. For example, the Cophall/Copall variation suggests Goplo elements, jibing with the Gore trace to Mieszko liners out of the Urbanus and into Goplo. But the Copher surname is properly shown as "Copen," smacking of Covenarum.
The Cappeo lion applies to Caiaphas / Kypros lines. You won't find that lion in any Cappeo surname; it's a blue-on-white lion suspect with the same-colored lion in the Arms of Macclesfield lion (because Macclesfield used "copia" in its motto.) Regardless of it sounding unreliable or even laughable to some, I can't shrink back from the private event which occurred at tribwatch, a vision from God to reveal that the Caiaphas line was through the Cappeo lion as it went through Brescia/Brixia (near the Ananes) to the Bruces' of Yorkshire and Annandale.
The York surname uses a saltire in colors reversed from the Gopher saltire, and the Lano surname, first found in Brescia, uses a single besant centrally, the symbol in the center of the York saltire. The York surname, it had been discovered soon (perhaps just days) after the Cappeo vision, uses a "cupias" motto term.
At the time of the vision, I realized right away that the Cappeo lion was of both from Macclesfield and the Hallams/Hallands, first found in Yorkshire. It was soon-after found that Coopers/Coppers use a blue saltire, the color of the York saltire, and in fact I looked the Coopers/Coppers up for one reason alone: seeking whether the Cappeo lion linked to them. I did not know for many months afterward that Coopers/Coppers traced to Kypros, the mother of Herod the great swine. Until the time of the vision, Coverts/Cofferts had been suspect as a Caiaphas line, but then Covert linkage to Coopers/Coppers complicated a pure trace of Coverts to "Caiaphas." I should perhaps be asking whether the Cappeo lion is purely a Kypros > Herod entity, but I'm not yet inclined to abandon the inclusion of Caiaphas in that line. Unfortunately, little is known, supposedly, about Caiaphas ancestry.
It just so happens that while Cophers/Cobbens are said to be from Cheshire's Crew location, the Crews, first found in Cheshire, use a lion in colors reversed to the Cappeo lion.
I had linked the Hallands/Hallams to the Ivars (because the Hollands were from a patriarch with Ivar name), and the Ivars just came up with "Giver" while seeking Gopher / Gower kin. Suddenly, Ivars look like they merged with the Covert bloodline, which is not at all contradictory, for Ivers/Givers use (what I consider to be the Massey / Vere Shield) a replica of the Shield of Hanans, who were traced to Ananias (known to Hebrews as "Hanan"), the daughter of whom married Caiaphas.
The gold boar in the Iver/Giver Crest easily links to the same of the http://www.houseofnames.com/campbell-family-crest Campbell Crest because the motto terms of both surnames are comparable. The gold boar head is used also by Giver-like Cowie's/Coveys (white- ermined Shield). In the latter's Crest is the Rodden/Rodham tree stump, important where Malbanks use the white-ermined Rodden/Rodham bend. Both Roddens and Malbanks were first found in the same place (Northumberland). Therefore, Rodhams and Gores -- two picks by the Rhodian, Bill Clinton -- were closely related.
It just so happens that while Hallands / Hollands can be linked to Halls, Copher/Cobben variations use "hall" endings. Moreover, here's the Copher/Cobben write-up: "Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the village and lands of Coppenhall near Crewe, held by William Malbank, a Norman noble, who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086." Entering "MALbank" gets the same lion-head design as in the York Crest.
More enlightening, the Hanan / Iver/Giver Shield is used by MALLs/Mallibones. All three surnames use the Massey / Vere Shield but with a black bend running through it, meaning that Coppanhall of the Malbanks traces, likely, to Mieszko's at "Goplo." Why were Herod liners at Goplo? Easy. Because Mieszko's were from the Gorski theater. Gorski is properly, "Primorje-Gorski kotar" (some of my material on that place can be found in the 4th update of last May).
The Halls / Hallands had traced independently to Hellespont of Mysia (home to the Paris Trojans), and Mysians, apparently, were at Goplo's Mouse Tower. That tower was originally ruled by a Popiel character, and Pepins trace to Heneti-branch Trojans (founded by Antenor), the same Trojans that I say put out the leopard symbol of the Anton(y) surname, which I now trace to Mark Antony, partner with Antipater, husband of Kypros and father of Herod the great skunk.
Hanans use the patee cross, a symbol of Claptons who trace to Glaphyra (wife of Herod Archelaus). Claptons, like Gores/Cores and Gowers/Gores, use the wolf, and the Clapton wolf used in white (Gore-wolf colors) by some surnames should be Herod-related. The Clapton wolf is used by Milners (and Wales'), and the English Miller surname uses the D'Avranches wolf in colors reversed from Hugh D'Avrances; his was a white wolf that was traced to the Andechs (from Welf-Estes) who ruled the Gorski area.
There's more. Cophers/Coppens (which is not a surname that I've stressed ever) show variations such as CopNALL, Coppnall, Copnel, Coppnale, and CopNALE. It just so happens that Nalls/McAnullys use the MacArthur crown (for new readers, MacArthurs are fundamental to Campbells, and "Arthur" is suspect from "Aretas" III, the ancestry of Kypros, mother of Herod).
There's more: The Nails/Nagles use only a saltire in the colors of the York saltire, and in the colors of the Malcolm saltire, important because the king-Andrew connection to Scotland goes right to the throne of Malcolm III. It's important because the Malcolm surname has a Callum variation smacking of the Hallam (Yorkshire) variation of Hallands. Why are Cappeo-lion suspects, Cophers/Coppens, linking to Malcolm III? Perhaps we should be asking whether the Hungarian nobles who married the Mieszko family were at Goplo. It's recalling the trace of Copher-like Gophers to Andrew's Cross (Gophers are the ones using Andrew's Cross, a saltire in colors reversed to the Malcolm saltire).
The German Nells/Nellburgs (torteaux) use the same fesse colors as Gores, which apparently clinches the Gore link to Cophers/Coppens/Copnels. But why is Goplo tracing to Covenarum? It's not necessarily. Rather, it appears that the Goplo elements evident in some Copher variations had merged with Covenarum elements that produced the Coppen-like variations.
One of my first realizations about Covenarum was that Massey bloodliners traced to it when it had a name change to Comminges, but before that, the Mysians of the Boofima cult are suspect at the Covenarum theater, the same Mysians as named Mieszko at Goplo. The common element between the Maezaei line to Mieszko's and the Massey line to Cheshire was found to be in the Salyes at Salat, beside Comminges. Again, the Maezaei were on the Sava river, and Comminges is beside the Save river. And, the Duranius river flowed past Perigord, a river sounding like the Durance of the Salyes. The Perigorde theater is also, DORdogne.
Sooner or later, we were bound to bump into the footless martins of Coverts/Cofferts, and there you can see them in the Nall/McAnully Coat, a small indication that CopNALLs were Covert bloodliners, as even the Copher variation of Copnalls tends to reveal. The arm-and-axe of the Nalls/McAnullys is no doubt Drake important, as Coverts always link to Veres, but it should be noted that the Nall/McAnully arm links to a similar design in the Mieske Coat, for the red Drake wyvern traces to the red wyvern of the Masovia dukes. It just so happens that the arm-and-axe is also in the Crest of Coves/COVERs. The latter surname even uses Covert/Coffert colors.
Coverts had linked to Windsor ancestry before the emphasis on the crosslets common to Gores and Windsors, and here we're finding Coverts of the Copher kind identifying as Gowers/Gores. German Covers are shown properly as "Goburg/Coburg," and Saxe-Coburg and Gotha was what the English renamed, "House of Windsor." It's telling us that the Cover surname can indeed be a branch of Coburgs. See also the Cobbs (footless martins), in Cove/Cover / Covert colors, first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Coves/Covers, and using the Corbett elephant design.
Therefore, ask again whether Gores/Cores and related Gophers/Govers link to Caiaphas / Herod lines. Julie was right from the start, years ago, that Freemasonry -- fundamental to the Massey / Vere bloodline -- traces to Herods.
[Insert -- For what it may be worth, Gimers/Kimbers/Kembers (Gomerians?) use "Frangas non flectes," the same motto as Gowers/Gores. Gimers/Kimbers use Fleck, Flecker/Fletcher (read write-up), Afleck, and Vlack colors, and because Gimers/Kimbers use ravens as well as Shield-and-Chief colors of Tanners, they can be part of the Komnenos line to the Comminges area. Gomerians, of the Comyn / Comerfort / MontGomery kind for example, had proven to be of the porphyria line to such entities as Kiev, and the Komnenos from Vlach in Thrace. Cimmerians, long before raven-suspect Varangians, had lived off the northern shores of the Black sea, where Kiev is located. Tanais, where Tanners are expected to trace, is also in the Cimmerian theater. The bull head, found in the Gimer/Kimber Crest, had proven to be a symbol of the Iamblichus line...to Kember-like Campbells, and bulls may trace to Taurus, the name of an ancient region in the Cimmerian Crimea (between Tanais and Kiev). Note that Vlachs use the wing design of Meshech suspect Masci's.
Assuming that "Herod" traces both to "Rodes" at the root of the Rod surname said to be from "Hrod," consider that the proto-Rus Hros, who had lived in the Caucasia-to-Kiev stretch, can explain why Herods became linked with Rus elements in the Comminges area. I'm not referring only to the Redones of the Comminges area -- those who named Rodez / Roussillon -- but the Sinclair Rus too. In this picture, porphyria may have existed in the Kiev area long before Varangians got there.
As Gomerian scythians had traced to Qumran's Essenes, it may be that Herods got the job as kings of the Jews by some blood association with Israel-area scythians (small 's'). Essenes had traced to an essene bee cult at Ephesus, the Amazon-founded place beside a Clarus location. Near Ephesus and Clarus was Halicarnassus (birthplace of HERODotus), Caria, and Rhodes, the latter place being home to Cimmerian-suspect Kamiros. Recently, it was suggested that Gores traced to Caria, but I can't recall the details on reasons for that trace aside from Gore linkage to Carolingian elements such as Carlisle. I didn't know at the time that Gowers/Gores use the same flory cross as Carlisle's and Rangabe Byzantines.
As Gowers/Gores are linking well to Caiaphas-suspect Coverts, let's go over the Care link to Caiaphas-suspect Coughs/Cuffs. The Care/Carr surname (leopards, Rhodes symbol) uses the Sale/Salette bend because it calls its bird design, "Cornish choughs." That is, the Cough/Cuff Coat uses, not just a bend in colors of the Care/Carr bend, but white fleur on the bend, the colors of the fleur on the Sale bend. If ever we wanted reason for a Salyes trace to Caria / Rhodes, this is it. With a small effort, you should be able to understand why Coughs/Cuffs had linked to Fulkes/Folks evident in the French Care's/Carre's, important because I link Fulks of Anjou to Rangabe's.
The Cares/Carrs can be traced easily to the Comminges area by its setting in the Salat and Roquefort vicinity, for Cares/Carrs even use the bird design of the Rockfort Crest. This is the very area to which Gores are tracing by multiple methods. This is the very area to which many heraldic codes trace, something I did not know until recently.
The topic below on the Gouy locations of Artois were written the day before this insert, and here I am now coming to the Artois line in Cornwall by no plan. King Arthur's birth from Sale-related Pendragons included elements of mythical GORLois, who I think was the same Carolingian entity as named CARLisle, and yet the myth writer apparently used "lois" in "Gorlois" as code for the Lois surname, first found in Artois. The Gimers/Kimbers (same motto as Gowers/Gores) were first found in CORnwall, where GORlois was made a ruler, and these terms smack of the Core variation of Gores. Gores of the Gower kind are now the topic, and they trace exactly to Gouy terms. Aspects of the Arthurs trace to the Ardon river of Alania, which today is Ossetia, wherefore note that the OSTrich, the only symbol of the Lois Coat, has been deciphered as code for Ossetians. There is a broad set of clues in this paragraph alone, for the serious myth buster, to break open the realities in the ancestry of the Arthurian cult.
The Corbetts, who made it to topic just before this insert while mentioning their Cobb / Cover / Covert kin, can be deciphered as part Cores and part Betts, for the Betts are in Corbett colors, and use "osten" terms in their motto, what should trace to Ossetians. Betts had been identified in the last update as namers of Bedford (should be the identity of mythical Bedivere), and the Batavi root of Merovingians. Betts (leopard, Care/Carr symbol) look to use the Care/Carr bend in colors reversed, and so let me repeat that the Carvetti Celts, who smack of "Corbett," lived in Carlisle. The Corbett-related Cobbs use the same chevron as Childs that trace to Childeric, the first Merovingian that had roots in Salians and Batavi. Again, the Sale bend is used by Cares/Carrs, and entering "Salian" gets a bend in Sale-bend colors. The Cores show a "Sola salus" motto phrase likely for the Sale bloodline. End insert]
Here's from the 1st update of October, 2011: "Gowers[/Gores] also use "Frangas," a term found in the More/Moor motto...and mentioned in the MacCabe discussion of the last update. MacCabes use "mori" and linked at that time to the Amores bloodline." My senses tell me that MacAbees were named after Maccabees of Israel, and that the MacCabe variation was not necessarily from the sound of "MacAbe," but from the Cappes surname, a Caiaphas-suspect surname using the Moor head. The Verona/Vair surname (branch of Fellers), using the MacAbee fish design, was first found in the same place -- Ile-de-France, a part of northern Paris -- as the Cappes'. It just so happens that the Gower/Gore write-up traces to a Gohiere location to the north of Paris, yet another reason to view Gores from the Caiaphas / Kypros bloodline.
Gohiere is/was also called, Goelle, smacking of the Gore-related Coles (black bull, as with Gimers/Kimbers), and likely linking to French and Italian Gobels. The Italian branch uses a camel, and Coles trace to king Cole at CAMULodunum.
The Gower/Gore write-up traces suggestively to some Gouy locations (in Normandy) and adds that the "er" was tacked onto "Gouy" to net, "Gower," but this doesn't strike me as accurate because "Gower" is predicting to be a variation of "Cover(t)." More likely, it was the other way around. There are several Gouy locations in the Artois / Picardy theater, and the Guy surname at houseofnames.com was first found in Picardy. Reminder: the Picard surname uses the gyronny pattern suspect now with the Herod bloodline to Campbells.
The small Gouy location in Aisne is in Picardy, and the village of Gouy-en-Ternois in Artois / Arras, with a population of merely under 200, yet has its own Arms: garbs in the colors of Roquefeuil. That's no small point, for Roquefeuil sits beside Garebites of Corbieres. After writing that, ZOWIE, Gouy-Saint-Andre (Artois theater) was looked up, and it has Arms too in Roquefeuil colors, even using the Pollock and Hart saltire, and a gold boar (Pollock Crest symbol). It's not only excellent indication that Roquefeuil-related Herod liners of the Arthur kind were in Artois, as expected, but that the Scottish Andrew surname uses the saltire of Gouy-Saint-ANDRE. Therefore, add the Gouys > Gowers > Gores as particular Herod liners to your growing list, and expect dictators of the hard-fisted kind, same fists as owned by Israel's Herods, to come from these lines.
French Gau's/Gaults, first found in Normandy, use trefoils, no surprise now, but very welcome to further prove Gouy/Gower/Gore links to Roquefeuil. English Gau's/Googhs/Gowks, first found in ROXburghshire, use "Audaces" (the Pollock motto term, almost) that traces to Aude, location of Roquefeuil.
The Goy/Goyler surname, said to derive in "Gouy," uses billets, the symbol in the Arms of Roquefeuil. The Goy billets and stars are in the colors of the stars of the Wallis/Valais canton, where I trace "RoqueFEUIL." There you have it: Goys / Gouys tracing to Herods of the Rockefeller kind. Plus, the rooster-using Gays (trace to ROSTock, a Roquefeuil-suspect location at this time) were first found in Savoy, facing Wallis/Valais.
As "Gauer" is said online to be synonymous with "Gower," the French Gou/Gout/Gough surname (Burgundy) should apply, as it uses stars in colors reversed from the Goys/Goyler stars. The Gau/Gout stars are in the colors of the Glass stars, important for the discussion below where the Gowers of the Copher kind trace to the Glass / Douglas bloodline. Entering "Gaut" (Languedoc) gets what I think are the Cottians of Savoy, but then the Swedish Gust surname should be pertinent as it's said to be from "Gaut." We seem to be on the Varangians here (who had origins in Sweden), partners with Roquefeuil's Rus elements.
The Heart of Bruce
GD sent in en email that I cannot recall very well. Her topic was the double-tressure border of the Flemings, and she included Lambert of Lens in the email. It was surprising to find that the Treasure/Trasher surname could be linked to Lambert of Lens. Does the Lano surname from Brescia apply to Lens? "Lano" sounds like it can be an Alan entity, and Alans are tracing strongly to Alania, through which the Terek river flows that has been found in Thrash-like surnames such as Drakes. Therefore, the double tressure border might just be code for more Star-Tereker lines.
The Treasure/Thrasher Coat uses a chevron in the colors of the Scottish Fleming chevron (the chevron surrounded by the double tressure border). No surprise. The Fleming Crest is a goat used by Mullins/Mullens, which may indicate MulLEN links to the Lens. The Scottish Len/Lane/McClain Coat uses the same-type crosslet ("fitchee") as is in the mouth of the green Treasure/Thrasher dragon. In the first quarter of the Len/Lane/McClain Coat, there is simply a "a red rock." The same fitchee cross can be seen in the Mold/Maud Crest, a surname that might trace to Moldavians.
The Lens' (with the 's') use the Bellamy fesse in colors reversed, which may indicate that FLEMings were BELLAMys (of the Bellovaci / Belgian kind) after all. Bellamys crossed marital paths with Maceys / Masseys out of Ferte-Mace, and while Malls/Mallibones use the Massey/Macey Shield, they were first found where Masseys/Maceys (and Molds/Mauds) were first found...suggesting that Mullins may have been Masseys of the Mall / Malbank kind, especially as Lambert of Lens may have been named in honor of whatever named Mieszko II Lambert (the Le Mas entity uses lambs). It was the Cophers/Coppens (suspect in-part from Goplo) that were in cahoots with the Malbank surname.
It just so happens that while the hourglass Shield of Cophers/Cobbens had traced to Trypillians and therefore to such surnames as Drops/Tropes, Treasures/Trashers use A silver demi stag, adorned with red blood DROPs, between two fern branches. If this is tracing certain Flemings to the Moldavia area of Transylvania, where Trypillians lived, it should be added here that I traced the Biggar-branch Flemings to "Bihar" of Transylvania. Biggers even use the stars of the Glass surname to which the hourglass easily traces.
I wrote GD to say: "The 'deed' motto term of Flemings looks like code for the Dudleys, salamander in FLAMEs, who use a lion in Lens' colors, but also in the colors of the Louvain / Mason lion." Douglas' (Flemings) use the salamander in flames, and GD is in disagreement with me over where the Douglas heart traces. It can make for an interesting topic because the literal heart (in his chest) of king Robert Bruce I is thought to be portrayed in the Logan/Lennan Coat, and for related reasons one might assume that the Douglas heart applies to the heart of king Bruce...in which case, my insistence on it being a Herod symbol tends to be discredited.
Note that "Lennan" smacks of "Lens" while Bruce's trace to Brescia, where the Lano surname was first found. That's probably not coincidental, and so the Len/Lane/McClain surname should trace to Brescia too...along with other Fleming elements. Why? Flemings were the chief Templars, and Templars are suspect, as with the Eburovices of Brescia, as Hebrews. The Biggers, I am sure, trace to Hebrews of the Khazar kind on the Mures river, the Khazars who named Moray, where Douglas' operated. There was likely a relationship between Douglas-rooted Trypillians of Transylvania, and the Khazars of its Mures river, especially as both Morays and Glass' use the identical heraldic MERmaid.
Moreover, the blue-on-gold Dudley lion is highly suspect as the blue Bruce lion because it's understood that the Bruce lion traces to a noble of Louvain (Belgium), even as "Bruce" traces to the "Brugg/Bruges" location in Belgium.
There is a Double surname that can partly explain "double tressure." The Double's use bells, probably for its Dobell variation...smacking of d'Bell. Scottish Belli's are in Lens colors, and use the same-colored star (the Moray star) as French Lamberts, and that gets the double tressure to link with Lambert of Lens, quite apparently. It just so happens that Douglas' use the Moray stars too. It's likely that these Bell elements trace to Jocelyn of Louvain, who married Percys that I suspect from "Perche," home of Bellamys before they crossed paths with Ferte-Mace. The Jocelyn surname even uses "hawk's bells."
This is a good place to repeat that the Hawk surname uses purple "pilgrim's STAVES," what should prove to be code for the Steven/Stephen bloodline.
The blue fitchee cross of the Len/Lane/McClain Coat used by is used also by Rackens/Crachens (Wigton), and both surnames use the Moratin tower. By this clue we may trace to Jocelyn-of-Louvain lines in the Silly/Sully bloodline: "First found in Devon...[Silly's] were Lords of the manor of RACKENford, and were conjecturally descended from Jocelyn who held the lands at the time of the taking of the Domesday Book in 1086 A.D. from Baldwin, the Sheriff." It just so happens that Sillys/Sulleys use three chevrons in the colors of the two Perche chevrons. Devon is beside where the Percivals and PIERCE's were first found.
There is an important point now for when we get (below) to the nails in the Logan/Lennan heart. Here's from Wikipedia's Jocelyn-of-Louvain article: "Joscelin of Louvain (1121-1180) was a Brabantian nobleman who married an English heiress, Agnes de Percy, and settled in England. He took the name Percy." The Logan/Lennan heart is PIERCED by nails, and while German Nagles are also "Nail," Irish Nagle's use gold lozenges on blue, the colors of the Percy lozenges.
In an article, "Ancestry of Robert the Bruce," we find:
However, in the middle of the 12th century Jocelyn de Louvain, brother of Queen Adeliza (second wife of King Henry I) and son of Godfrey, Duke of Brabant, Count of Louvain, came to England and married Agnes, one of the two co-heiresses of the huge Percy possessions. It was for a long time believed that he was given the choice of taking either the Percy name or the Percy arms, and that he took the name and retained the blue lion of Louvain...The arms of his heir general today, the Duke of Northumberland, feature Or a lion rampant Azure in the pronominal quarter, and the family insists that these are the arms Jocelyn brought from Louvain. As we have seen, they were the arms also of the senior Bruce, Jacques de Breze, in Normandy, while with a silver field they were the arms of the senior Bruce in England.
Now we know what the nails mean in the Logan/Lennan heart, code for the Nagles/Nails, and this was the Neil bloodline honored by the "nihil" motto term of Veres. Northumberland is where a Chief Star-Terek line, the Roddens/Rodhams, were first found, and we'll see more Trekers below in the shape of Jocelyns. The Jocelyn motto, "Faire mon devoir," seems to single out the Verona's/Vairs and possibly also the Voirs/Voyers, but the motto's translation, "To do my DUTy," may again (as with the "deed" motto term of Flemings) speak to the Flemish Dudleys who essentially show the blue Louvain lion. The blue Louvain / Bruce lion becomes Caiaphas-important below, in my arguments that the Logan/Lennan and Douglas heart traces, not to the chest of Robert the Bruce, but to the Herods of Israel.
The Jocelyns are said to use a wreath, which I will quickly link to the Wreaths/Crae's and Rackens/Crachens, the latter apparently from Rackenford...in Devon, where Stewarts were first found who use pelicans, symbol of the Stephens. The latter use a solid chevron in the colors of the Chappes chevron, and are moreover in the colors of the Stephensons using the Moray stars as well as a garland in Crest, which is a wreath. Therefore, the Stephens are tracing to Jocelyn of Louvain, not forgetting that Louvain is suspect as a Levi entity, or that Chappes-suspect Caiaphas was a Levite priest. Did we just see the Louvain lion traced to dukes of Northumberland? That's where Stephensons were first found who were traced to Stephantsminda on the Terek river. That's the river that was home to Khazars, and Khazars are behind the Moray / Douglas / Stephenson / Lambert stars (in Rangabe colors probably for the ancestry of Cohen Khazars in Melissena Rangabe).
By now you understand that I trace Templar Hebrews to the murderers of Christ, and that the Eburovices of Brescia are suspect as such. Brescia is near Verona, and the Verona's were first found in the same place as Chappes.' That's being repeated because German Lamberts look like they use the Chapman crescent. Chapmans had been traced (months ago) to the same Lithuanian elements (as per the Geddys bloodline) as to what Douglas' traced, but that was before realizing, just now, that Douglas' were a Trypillian peoples to Brescia. It was understood that the Douglas trace to Lithuanians had to do with the Astika's of Vilnius, a Stewart-related peoples who married Trabys...whom I did not yet know, at the time, to be from Trypillians (probably).
The Lamberts showing the same crescent as Chapmans also use ducks, what French Alans showed until recently, and what Drakes trace to, and then there is a Duck variation shown in the Logan/Lennan page.
As we just saw Logans trace to the Percy kin of Jocelyn of Louvain, it's probably not coincidental that the Chapman and Lambert crescent is white, the color of the crescent in the Percy Crest. Percy's were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as blue-lion Bruces and Milfords. Milfords, using the oak leaves seen in the Alan Coat, can be spotted in the write-up of Nagles...who use the same lozenges as Percys.
You may find online the claim that Robert Bruce I asked that his heart be cut out upon his death, and carried by friendly Templars to Jerusalem, to be laid to rest with Jesus, so to speak. Stories such as this are rife in Templar-ville, and some of them can be easily deciphered as code if only for the unlikeliness of the stories. One of the Crusaders carrying the heart of Bruce was, we are told, a Douglas surname. He never made it with the heart to Jerusalem, but the story told is that the heraldic Douglas heart is that of king Bruce. Is it really? There can be no doubt that Logans/Lennans -- who tell the same story -- trace to the Louvain > Bruce lion, but did the Logans/Lennans know, long before Robert Bruce was born, the Herod from whom they had descended?
Safe to say by now, the Lennans trace to the Italian Lano's at Brescia, who use nothing but a besant, likely code for the Bassianus bloodline that had been from the Iamblichus line that had merged with the proto-Herod line of Aretas III.
Bruce's trace to the Abruzzo/Abreu surname that, without doubt in my mind, furnished the Eburovices/Ebroicum at Brescia, founders of York when named, Eboracum. The Douglas / Glass / Trypillian trace to Brescia can be advanced thereby by noting that the Abreu wings are in the design of the Glass wings.
Another consideration is that Bruce I gave refuge to surviving French Templars massacred by the Vatican. By that time, Templars had developed some non-Christian aberrations so that, to be perfectly frank, I doubt it very much that king Bruce cared a hoot about Jesus, or having his heart lie in a spot associated with Jesus. These are the sorts of stories told by Templars when disguising themselves as Christians.
In Scotland, it is thought that the French Templars taking refuge engaged in the building of Rosslyn chapel (in Roslin), out of which came Rosicrucianism, the dread enemy of the Vatican ever since. The Rosslyn chapel was built by Sinclairs, major Templars along with Flemings prior to its existence. It's well known that Flemings moved heavily from Flanders into Lothian, the location of Roslin. It is simple to glean that Rosslyn "chapel" (built by a fabulously-wealthy Sinclair) was built with some Christian facade but studded throughout with secret pagan themes of the witchcraft kind. The "CHAPel" is an excellent example of twisted Christianity that was not at all Christianity except to fool the Christianized rulers of the day...who offered lip-service to Christ as they killed, pillaged, and grew their empires by virtually any method available.
"Roslin" smacks of Rosellon, the Spanish version of "Roussillon," in the southern-France theater that was engaged by Herod lines. We just touched upon the Cooper/Copper / Covert / Gopher link to king Andrew of Hungary, and it just so happens that Scottish queen, Margaret (wife of Malcolm III), had come as a princess from the company of king Andrew, where also a Henry Sinclair came from who became her cup-bearer. Margaret granted ROSlin to this Henry, and then the ROSS clan, living beside a Rose clan at Moray, was that of king Andrew. It seems undeniable already that Herod-Rockefeller lines were at Roslin, especially as the Templar persecution in France was in relation to a Vatican persecution of Christian-twisted Cathars...whom had traced to Cazeres at Comminges.
French Guys (Picardy) use buckles, symbol also of Leslie's, known to be from Hungarians around the court of king Andrew. Malcolm III married his sister to one of these Hungarian Leslie's.
From the 4th update of last August: "The Arms of Stevenage uses a sword in a tree. The motto of the Arms uses "heart," and then there is a stag in Crest that may be the heraldic hart....The write-up is 666 impressive: "The name was recorded as Stithenęce, c.1060 and STIGenace in 1086 in the Domesday Book." The Stewarts are also "STIGweards..." At the time of that quote, the Stith/Stot surname (footless martin) was considered for a trace to "STITHENaece," but I now find that Stiths/Stots were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Gowers/Gores, and that both use the same colors, while the Gower/Gore write-up traces to "a family of Gower, ancestors of the Duke of SUTHERland, held a family seat in STITTENham township." There was a William fitz-Guhyer of Stittham in the 11th century.
As my tentative conclusion is that Gowers / Gophers / Cophers/Cobbens were from "Goplo," the Stiths/Stots should prove to be the Stout surname amongst vikings who are known to have used the raven symbol. I had traced the raven-depicted vikings from Polabia before stressing the Varni of Polabia, and soon after it became evident that the raven vikings were the Mackays tracing to Mieszko. Note that Irish Mackays use the garland.
Just like that, the Gowers/Gores are linked to Stevenage, and therefore likely to the GARland of the Stephen bloodline. That green garland is shared by the Ross (and Garland/Gerland) surname, and Ross' trace from king Andrew of Hungary to king Malcolm of Scotland, which should explain why a saltire in colors reversed to the Andrew's-Cross saltire is seen when entering "Gauer." This Gauer surname (uses a version of the Malcolm saltire) is shown properly as "Gawen/Gavin" (with an 'a' but nonetheless smacking of COVENarum), and was first found in the same place (Wiltshire) as the York surname, which uses a saltire in the colors of the Gauer/Gawen saltire... as well as that "cupias" motto term tracing to Kypros, and to the Coopers/Coppers using the same blue saltire.
Irish Gowans (with an 'o', but showing a Gavin variation) show a hand holding a white sword with gold handle, the symbol of garland-using Mackays.
Apparently, therefore, the heraldic garland, and the Garlands/Gerlands (in Gore / Gower colors), are for the Gore / Gouy / Gower / Gawen / Gopher / Copher bloodline. As Stephen-related Stiths/Stots are suspect here with the Stout-raven line to Mackays (and raven-using Mackies/Mackeys), it becomes apparent that the Gore bloodline from the Mieszko's can trace also to king Stephen of Hungary. It just so happens that the daughter (Rixa) of Mieszko II Lambert married king Bela of Hungary, cousin of king Stephen.
Something important is happening here, what appears to be a quasi-equation of the Stouts with the Stephens. It makes sense where the Stout surname is shown properly as "Stow," what easily morphs from "Steve." The Stith/Stot Coat even uses vertical bars, as does the Garland/Gerland Coat.
Until recently, the Coat of English STEWarts, who were a fundamental part of the Stout vikings, showed the lion design of Ulmans who were traced to "Almos," patriarch of Hungarians. Long before that find, it had been suspected (by me), even before I discovered that a David was a son to king Andrew I, that the High Stewards of Scotland -- the Stewarts, that is, as they were drawn and collected by king David I of Scotland -- were related to the Hungarian elements in the court of Margaret > David I. Margaret even named another son, AlexANDER.
But the point in repeating it is that the Stout vikings are now suspect with the Herod-Roquefeuils amongst the Varni. This was the "holy" thread (spit) of the Stewart - Vere - Mieszko bloodline. The ancestry of king Andrew I had been traced to the Ticino river, home of the Laevi, and then another brother of Andrew was discovered to be, Levente. The Levens/Lewins (elephants) of Shropshire could certainly apply.
Scottish Gowens/Govans (with an 'o') show a saltire in colors reversed to the Stith/Stot bars, and in the colors of the Varn bend. As these Gowans were first found in Lanarkshire, they ought to apply to the Logan / Douglas topic, especially as a flame is used by Irish Gowens/Gavins/Gows', first found in CAVAN. Didn't the Gowere/Gore cross link to the same of the CARLisle's? The Cavan surname was first found in CARLow.
There is a heart in the Stith/Stot Chief, and one might think that this should be the Bruce heart too, since both Gowers/Gores and Stiths/Stots were first found in the Yorkshire home of Bruces. Even if the blue footless martin in the Stith/Stot Crest is for the blue Bruce lion, the heart in Chief can be code for the Herod line to Gowers. Besides, the blue Bruce lion traces to Brescia/Brixia, which is already suspect with the priestly Israelite elements that killed Jesus.
If we can figure, in all this talk on Gowers, and now even the Gauers/GAWENs, that the Logan/Lennan heart should link to Cophers/COPPENs, we already have reason for a trace of the Logan/Lennan heart to Herods of COVENarum. The Logans/Lennans even use nails through their heart while Cophers/Coppens show a CopNALE variation. The Logan/Lennan heart is even in the colors of the Copher/Cobben hourglass...which by the way has traced to the Glass, and therefore to the Duglass/Douglas, surname. It's very clear by the white Mackay sword that the Irish-Mackay wolves with chains trace to the sword-using Chaines/Chenay with the wing design of the Glass' and Abreu's, though until recently it was the Masci wing design. That's yet another reason for tracing Cophers/Coppens to the Mieszko line out of Goplo.
Logans/Lennans were first found in the same general area of Scotland as Herods/Hurls, MacArthurs, Pollocks, and Campbells. How can we avoid linking them to Herod liners of that place?
One theory on Douglas origins traces them to the abbot of Kelso, a region of Roxburghshire inhabited by Maxwells. The first known Douglas, they say, was William Dufglas, who was witness of a GLASgow charter to monks of Glass-like Kelso, and yet no one, it seems, is willing to trace "DuGLASS" to the Glass surname. I don't know whether Douglas historians trace themselves to "Glasgow," but if not, what possibly could be their resistance for not doing so??? One site says: "William of Dufglas witnessed a charter from Joceline, Bishop of Glasgow to the monks of Kelso between 1175 and 1199." At this page, there are two Douglas Arms shown with stars in colors reversed from the Glass stars.
We saw earlier above that Gouys traced to the Glass stars, but not without a trace also to the Herod-Roquefeuil line in Artois / Picardy, wherefore one could venture a trace of Gouys to early Douglas elements in Roxburghshire. In such a picture, the Gouy / Gau bloodline named GlasGOW. It's telling me that the Herod > Gore line to Artois and Picardy was also in Glasgow. And as Lan terms are all over this Logan/Lennan / Lanark / Lano topic, let's repeat that Lannoys/Lanniers, highly suspect from Herod Archelaus, had a French branch first found in Picardy.
The Gau/Gaut surname was seen above to use the same-colored stars as the Glass surname. Entering "Gow," what do we find but a Gowan/Gavin Chief in Roquefeuil colors, the colors of some Gouy locations (featured above) in Artois. Also in the Gow/Gowan/Gavin Coat, we find green-on-white cinquefoils, the colors of the Lannoy lions...and of the Loche/Lock/DeLOGEs cinquefoils, suggesting what seemed apparent already, that Gouys / Gowers / Gores were of the LOGan/Lennan bloodline. It's a huge argument for tracing the "heart of Bruce" to Herods, and I kid you not that the Gower topic was the leading topic of this update with no plan of my own to follow it up with the heart-of-Bruce topic. The latter topic came up because I had an email from GD waiting immediately below where I was writing. That is, the email was pasted, one update after another for weeks, to the end of updates pages, as part of my agenda to get to it as time allowed. And here it is.
The Gows/Gowans/Gavins were first found in the same place (Burgundy) as Gou's/Gauts, and as Douglas' have traced to GlasGOWs, it seems evident that the Logan heart is also the Douglas heart without doubt. But then the same heart belongs almost-certainly to the LANarks (Argyllshire), and to the Arms of LANarkshire...which suggests the Lennan / Lannoy line of Logans. It seems evident that the Lanark-surname cinquefoils are those of the Tancred > Tankerville > GUIScard line. As Douglas' were from an early ARCHibald, one could suggest that "LanARK" can apply, especially as Arks/Archie's are in Lanark colors. But then there is also "ARCHelaus," and the fact that Lannoys have just traced excellently to Logens/Lennans proves without doubt that Lanark was named in-part after "Archelaus," especially as the latter term smacks of "Argyll," a region beside Lanarkshire.
We are discovering that Arch-using surnames are from Herod Archelaus, and the Archibure variation of Arthurs tends to prove it. Archibalds (Roxburghshire), in Roque-rock colors, look like they use the Coat of Dulles' (Moray), known Flemings that show the Glass stars. The "Semper paratus" motto of Dulles' is used by Lock-like Lackeys (and Herod-suspect Cliffords). The Semper term has been traced suggestively from the Iamblichus > SAMPsiceramus bloodline to Campbells, and Herods of Israel were born from the Aretas bloodline that formed an alliance with the Iamblichus line.
The Archibald Crest is a white crescent, the color of the Lambert / Percy / Chapman crescent, but the two colors of the crescents in the Archibald Coat are used in the crescents of the Languedoc Contes, suspect in the line to Herluin de Conteville, who is in-turn suspect with the Herod/Hurl surname, first found in Argyllshire. If you recall, the Percy surname was adopted by Jocelyn of Louvain, and it just so happens that the Jocelyn surname (Lanarkshire) uses both "hawk's wings" and a "falcon's leg." That's important, not only as per the "hawk's lure" used by Herods/Hurls (in Scottish Hart / Roquefeuil colors), but because the Conte crescents are those of the Falcons/FalCONTEs...who by the way show a Faucon variation smacking of Faucets who were traced rather solidly to Foix, the location between Roquefeuil and Comminges. Contevilles, remember, were of a Burgos surname that had rulers in a Comyn location.
It's distasteful for those who view Templars as holy men of God to accept these Templar traces to Herods. There are many investigators online seeking the secrets of Templar bloodlines, and they pride themselves (or something similar) for being from one of them. But we have got to be wiser, to ignore what a bloodline can or cannot mean for us. Blood counts for absolutely nothing in the realm of spirituality.
If one goes to the Logen/Lennan article at Wikipedia, it is found that the clan was from HARTside, and so we should find whether Hartside pre-dated the Bruce's, and whether it is reasonable to trace the location's name to "Herod." If Hartside predates Bruce's, I'd be more inclined to rejecting the trace of the Logan heart to king Bruce's chest, and more to Hartside.
This page tells that Lamington, beside Hartside, was named by a Fleming with a Lambin surname (traces easily to the "lamh" term of Sullivans and Brians). It also tells that Hartside is at Wandel, a term that gets the German Vandal/Wendel surname, in Windsor and Hart/MacCart colors, using a man holding a club and wearing a pointed hat. The Club bloodline traces to Glaphyra, wife of Herod Archelaus.
Swabia, where the Wandel/Vandal surname was first found, is where Landsberg / Lindau locations are situated -- especially off the Lech river -- that had traced to "Lanark." How conspicuous to now find a Wandel location in Lanarkshire. Starting in the 1st update of last June, you can find the Lindau / Landsberg topic, which includes AllGAU in Lindau. Is that not amazing, suddenly??? On my atlas map, the Allgau area -- to the immediate west of the Lech river where Fussen/Foetes is located -- I find it stamped. AllGAUER! I would not be reporting this to you had I not just come across the Wandels of Swabia, for it prompted me to get the atlas out to find where exactly the KAUFERing location of Swabia sat. I've just noted a KAUFbeuren location near Fussen / Landsberg, and then Kaufering is in Landsberg (on the Lech). Compare "KAUfer" to "GAU(er) / Gopher."
I had the sense that Coverts/Cofferts trace to "Kaufering," and now in this update, where Coverts are suspect in the Gopher / Gower / Gauer bloodline, what do I find but an upright red-on-white lion both in the Arms of Kaufering / Landsberg am Lech, and as the central part of the Gow/Gowan/Gavin Coat. The chief of the latter surname is in the colors of both Coffer Coats!! Excellent. We have just traced the Gore / Herod bloodline to the Lech river smacking of the Logen / Lock bloodline. The Lech river can be traced by its important SCWANgau location to swan-depicted Ligures, while Locks and German Logens/Lokens use swans.
The Hart/MacCart surname (Levi lion design) has a An arm COUPed, erect, holding a sword FLAMMANT," obvious code for the Kypros > Herod line to Flemings of the Arthurian / Excalibur kind.
In the footnote at the web book above (link below), we read that "numerous Flemings" (including a Douglas) in the 12th century settled Clydesdale, "chiefly in Upper Clydesdale", where Hartside is located. They settled there as per grants from monks of Kelso, and it even says that the progenitor of Douglas' ("Theobald the Fleming") received his lands from the same Kelso abbot (Arnold). The footnote says that a Radulph de Vere was a Fleming too (it's new to me that Veres are classified as Flemings), and that a Folcardstown was named after a Fleming with Folcard surname. The latter surname can be read in two ways, either FOLCard = Fulks, or FolCard = a Card/Ard surname merged with a Fol entity such as Roquefeuils / Fullers / Fellers (reminder, Scottish Harts use the Pollock saltire). The latter option may even suggest the Hart/McCart surname above, and therefore the Herod merger with Vere-related Roquefeuils.
I still hold out that "Clyde(sdale)" traces to "Chlodio," the name of the Salian king in the ancestry of Clovis, who was himself called by a Chlode term. It should be repeated here that Salat, beside Comminges/Covenarum, uses the Pollock / Hart saltire, for the Salian Franks should trace to "Salat." It just so happens that it's the Harts/McCarts who use the club that I trace to the Glaphyra line to Clovis, Cliffords, Clovers, etc. This is the place to remind that Herods and many Hurl-like surnames are registered as septs of the McLeods/CLOUDs, in the colors of the Close/Clovse surname. Archelaus was a surname used by the family of Glaphyra, and that's where Herod Archelaus must have adopted it. The red upright lion of Kaufering and the Gows/Gowens may be in the Claus Coat because it was first found in Bavaria, location of the Gauer Alps and of Kaufering.
This is the place to mention the Selkirks, who use the Douglas salamander, the Douglas heart, and the Douglas motto. The Selkirk Chief uses three stars in the white color of the Douglas-Chief stars, but the Selkirk stars are in the colors of the same in the Gimer/Kimber Chief. The latter surname was treated earlier in this update, before coming to the Douglas / heart-of-Bruce topic, and was traced suggestively to the Gomerian namers of Comminges.
The Gimers/Kimbers use a black bull head, no doubt the Cole / Mieske bull. But as the bull head was traced to the Iamblichus > Sampsiceramus line (the Mieszko cult at Goplo had mythical Siem terms), note the "JAMais" motto term of Douglas' / Selkirks, for "IAMblichus" must have evolved some "Yam / Jam" variations. Besides, Douglas' lived in the same general area as CAMbells.
My first inkling that Coles / Kyles (the latter were first found in the same place as Mackies/Mackeys) traced to the Mieszko's was from the mythical KOLODziej character in Mieszko ancestry, called "Piast Kolodziej the Wheelwright." I traced the Catherine Wheel of the Colters to "Kolod(ziej)," therefore, though this was before knowing that the Catherine Wheel traces with certainty to Cathars of Cazeres (beside Covenarum). I now find, at the footnote in the web book above, a barony of Culter in Lanarkshire, and that an early "William, earl of Douglas," obtained lands at Culter.
Culter, like the surrounding Flemish entities, had been in cahoots with Kelso, and then Celts/Cults/Colts and Kelso-like Kelts were likely a branch of Colters/Culters, suggesting now that "Culter" was a variation of "Kelso," which in effect traces the Piast Poles to Kelso, which can explain a Maxwell / Maxton trace to "Mieszko" elements.
Yes, for the Maxwell black eagle was traced to the same of Rika/Rijeka (uses an eagle on a rock), where Roxburgh was itself traced, and Mieszko II Lambert named his daughter, Rixa. Moreover, I traced Maxwells to Mieszko's with more certainty when finding the Maxwell trace to Rijeka, for I had already traced Mieszko's to the Maezaei, not far from Rijeka. You can bet you best chariot wheels that Mieszko's were in Rijeka, therefore.
"Kelso" traces also to the Glass surname, I am convinced, for the Maxwell and Rijeka eagle, a double-headed one, had traced to the Julian bloodline of Romans, and therefore to the eagle of Guillestre (Cottian mountains). It became apparent in those times that Julians led from the Galli Hatti ("Hittites") to the Glass / Douglas bloodline, especially as the Douglas salamander in flames is used in the Crest of English Julians, and as the Glass wings are found in the German Julian Crest. The Kelso surname uses "cum" in it's motto, probably for Gomerians. We just saw that Gimers/Kimbers used the Selkirk stars, but then here's the Kelso write-up: "First found in Roxburghshire, where they were granted lands by King Malcolm Canmore, King of Scotland, consisting of the Abbey and estates of Kelso, originally the Abbey of Selkirk."
Julians (obvious Flemings, probably from Roman Flamens) were first found in CAMbridge, where same-colored Lambins/Lamyns were first found that were early Flemings of Lanarkshire. The "salus" term of Lambins/Lamyns (lambs in Sale colors) traces to the Salyes, on the Durance river, location of Guillestre. There is a good chance that Lambins/Lamyns trace to Maesa elements from the Bassianus cult of the black stone, which is to say to the lambs used by the Le Mas area of south-eastern France (see Le Mas and besants in the Dumas Coat) and by the Lamas/Lammers surname.
The Gimers/Kimbers, using the Gower/Gore motto, show ravens as extra evidence of their trace to the Mieszko-line raven vikings. That viking line was through the daughter, Sigrid the HAUGHTY, of Mieszko I, and then Gimers/Kimbers are in the colors of the Haughts, who use the same bull head, though in white, as the Gimer/Kimber bull head. Ravens / crows trace to Amorite-Garebites, as do garbs, the symbol of the Kelso Coat. Garbs, as wheat sheaves, were a symbol of Dagon, an Amorite god west of the Amorites of Hebron. The Kelso motto includes "DIGNitate," a term like "Dagon," and more importantly like "Dagome," the alternative name of Mieszko I. That's added reason for a Mieszko trace to Kelso.
In this picture, Selkirk should trace to "Sulcis," in southern SARDinia, because Wikipedia's Dagome article traces Mieszko's ancestry to Sardinia. It's known that the Hatti (wrongly called "Hittites" at times) evolved into Lydians, and that Lydians had a capital at SARDis. If "SELKirk" is a variation of "KELSo," it's apparently tracing Kelso from the Galli-branch Hatti through to Sulcis elements...that I see later in the naming of Silesia, where Mieszko ruled. The Gimer Gomerians in the Mieszko picture are to be expected where Mieszko traces to Meshech of Mysia, otherwise called, Amazons, co-founders of Lydians. Expect the end-time 666 cult from this line.
The Roxburgh/Rokeby/Roxbury surname (in Rook/Roke colors), showing the Odin horse design, uses "audax quam," code for the Aude / Odin elements that made up the Pollock sept of Maxwells, thus proving that Roquefeuil (in Aude) traces to Roxburgh. These Aude elements are those that made up the Hood/Hutt and Hitler surnames, and likely the Hutton location in Yorkshire, where Rookbys and Rooks/Rokes were first found. "Hutton" is suspect with the Houghton/Haughton variation of the Haughts...who smack of Hittites / Hatti. Huttons, using a fesse in colors reversed from the Kelso fesse, were first found in CUMBERland. See the Cumms/Gomms/Come's of CAMbridge too, as per the "cum" term of Kelso's, and don't forget the Pollock-related COMERfords as extra reason for tracing Gomerians to Mieszko's. But these were not just any Gomerians, but, probably, those Essene elements who named Qumran and Homs.
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How to Work with Bloodline Topics
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Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose
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