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February 19 - 25, 2013

Continued, all you need to know
The Janszoon Washingtons Found at the Johnsons of Parma, Ground Zero for the Roman-Caiaphas Merger
Popeye the Pirate Man: Popeye Codes Are Proof of a Senussi Link to the Janszoon Pirates
Senussi's Turn Out to Be from Proto-Maccabee-Suspect: King Massena of Scipio Relations
Scotland was Founded by the Ancestry of Guido Guerra of the Hasmoneans
Pontius Pilate's Parents Led with Guido's to Kenneth MacAlpin, an Iturean
Herod to Believe: Kenneth MacAlpin Was from the Awraba Tribe of Berbers
Idris was an Iturean from Massyas at Tartus

This update has been proof-read after publishing on Monday, with many important additions as a result. If you would like to find the additions, search for the [ bracket to find the starts of Inserts.

Does George Washington look like a pirate? I can trace him to Dutch pirates at Sale, on the Moroccan pirate coast:

Sale...from the Berber word asla, meaning "rock")...

It is the oldest city in the Atlantic coast, as it was founded by the Phoenicians and was known back then as Sala (modern challah)...

...Sale... dates back at least to Carthaginian times (around 7th century BC). The Romans called the place Sala Colonia...

Now wait a minute. How can "Sale" be named after "asla = rock" by Berbers if it was named Sala much earlier by Phoenicians? I would ignore this definition, and for the time being will stick to a trace to Salyes / Seleucids amongst the Carthaginian Phoenicians.

Here's the Washington part:

In the 17th century, Sale became a haven for Moriscos-turned-Barbary pirates. Sale pirates (the well-known "Sale Rovers") roamed the seas as far as the shores of the Americas, bringing back loot and slaves. They formed the Republic of Sale. There is an American family, van Salee, descended from a Sale Rover, Jan Janszoon.

One Janson/Janzen Coat uses the Washington bars. Yes, the bars belong to other surnames, but I have a good reason for tracing to Washingtons in particular: the quartered Shield of Scottish Jansons is in the colors of the quarters in the Arms of Gascony, and Wassa's/GASSONs trace to "GASCONy."

Scottish Jansons were first found in WestMORland, a place I trace to Moors no matter what a Wikipedia writer traces "Mor" to. The Morlands, first found in Westmorland, uses an ugly leopard face that is now tracing to Fes, which you can see on this map. The white wings in the Morland Crest are identical to the ones in the Janson Crest (meaning that we have our first piece of evidence that Jansons trace to the Sale theater, and therefore to Jan Janszoon.

When a leopard head appears with a fleur de-lys behind it, as it's found in the Morley Coat, it's called "jessant." Entering that term gets the Jessons, suggesting that jessant symbols fundamentally include the Janson = Jesson bloodline. It just so happens that the Jessons show a Gesson variation, like the Gasson variation of Wassa's! I did not know anything in this paragraph when showing the evidence further above for a Janszoon link to Washingtons.

It just so happens that there was one jessant leopard face in the last update, and when I went to find out who it was that used it, how happy. It turned out to be the Moulay Coat!!! Ha. Both the Morland and Moulay leopards [see note below] are gold on a black Shield. Now we know why Moulays/Mawleys show Morley and Moorley variations, meaning that they were Westmorland elements of the Morland kind. It's important to record here that the Mauleys/Moorleys were first found in Lancashire, where mythical Ban and Lancelot trace. [After writing several paragraphs below, it was recalled that Westmorland is beside Lancashire, and when I got to the Westmorland article, there in the Arms of Westmorland were the two red-on-white bars of the Jansons and Washingtons!]

[Insert -- The last update said that the Moulay Coat uses three leopards jessant. It did, I saw it with my own eyes more than once. I even transferred it the Moulay link -- -- to here from the last insert. However, that Moulay link now gets a different Coat than the leopards jessant, and it happens to be a version of the Washington Coat (!!!) in a surname shown properly as Mule/Mules. For the record, in case the Moulay/Mule Coat disappears or changes, it's got two red-on-white horizontal bars, nothing more, and then the Chief has three same-colored torteaux, the colors of the three stars in the Washington Chief. There is no Crest symbol showing.

The jessant leopards can now be accessed at both the Maulay and Mauley Coats. The latter shows the white Jansen wings again. Note that the Mawley/Morley variations are indeed in what now comes up only when entering "Maulay." It means that all three surname variations, Moulay, Maulay, and Mauley, trace if Moulay Idriss. This change is suspicious, occurring just as I went from one update to the other. Have readers been finding that my descriptions of Coats are not what the Coats are showing at times?

Was someone reading the last update from the heraldry people, and then change the Moulay leopard immediately to keep readers from finding it? If so, the heraldry people are protecting the Janszoons. There is a Molly/Mallay Crest with the Gunn / Durant ship, and in the Coat there is a pirate disguised as a red boar. I think maybe he works for the heraldry companies.

Amazingly, by some cosmic coincidence, Idris will later trace in this update to Itureans of donkey-symbolized Tartus, which trace was made one day before finding the Moulay/Mule Coat change above. How timely. As the mythical donkey was traced by myth writers to Midas-branch Phrygians, it's important that the Branes-branch Berbers, whom Idris married, will trace later to Briancon = Brigantium, which sounds like it was named after Briges = Phrygians. Briancon is on the Durance river, where Durants trace, and Idris of Morocco will later be traced (this topic came BEFORE finding the Molly/Mallay Coat just as I was writing this insert) to QINNasrin of Syria, along with QUINcy's...whom I linked (months ago) to Gunns. End Insert]

Although Moulay Idriss (topic of the last update, never known by me before that) is not shown on the map, it is located smack beside Fes. In the last update, Jacques de Molay (and much all of Templar roots) was traced to Moulay Idriss. Within the last few months, I traced Jacques de Molay to Cathars at Cazeres in Comminges, smack beside Salat, and here I now find that the people of Sale are called, Saletin. I had even argued that the Herods at Comminges had become pirates of the Varni = raven king out of Rostock.

When I first saw the cross design of Scottish Jansons, my heart sank because I didn't know who else used it. It was the first Janson surname that came up, and I badly wanted to know whether they could trace by their codes to Sale.

To show you again that heraldic DESIGN MATTERS, see the English Janson Coat, for it uses the cross design shown until last year of Samsons and Eatons. In fact, Samsons used to show the same cross as Jansons, in the same gold color, gold on black in fact, the colors of the Mauleys/Moorleys and Morlands. At this point, I wondered whether the Edens / Eatons would give some extra clues as to who the Jansons were. The Edens (Silesia) were loaded first, showing three stars in the colors of the three Washington stars. But I didn't yet notice that the split Eden Shield was that also of Alexanders. Nor had I yet known that the griffin on one half the Shield was in the colors of the Mauley/Moorley and Morland leopards.

Nor had I yet noticed that Edens and Jansons shared griffin heads in Crest, for I quickly loaded the Eaton Coat (colors split in the Alexander split colors) followed by the Samson Coat. And that's when the "new" cross showing in the Samson Coat hit me, for it was in the design of the Scottish Janson Coat. So, you see, even though the people at houseofnames changed the Samson cross to what's now showing, yet it is a design that Samsons can own because Jansons, their kin, use it, and to prove Jansons are Samson kin, English Jansons use the cross that Samsons (Gloucestershire) showed until last year. Samsons call their cross "patonce," and English Jansons call their cross "patonce," even though they are not showing the same at this time.

It's been so long since I've loaded the Arms of Gascony that I had forgotten the colors of it garbs. They are gold on red, the colors of the Reed garbs. But they are also in the colors of the garbs used by English Edens, thus making it a good bet that Edens were in Gascony with the Washington-related Jansons. [When writing here, I had not yet seen the Arms of Westmorland, which shows a tree giving the impression of the Odin tree symbol.]

The Edens and Eatons could suggest the Odin cult to which some have traced Washingtons. But wait. Didn't Washingtons trace to Caiaphas? How could there be an Odin-pirate connection to Caiaphas? The Sithones, right? The Sithones, according to Strabo I think it was, were a tribe of Edones. Edones/Edonians had a third tribe of MYGDONEs (from Megiddo, right, where they will soon end up) smack beside the MACEDONians and Paeoni. It just so happens that Battus I of Cyrene was a Macedonian, and then I traced Battus lines to the Setta theater where the Payen-related Panico's lived, and Payens (using the "mullet" along with Wassa's/Gace's/Gassobs now tracing to Moulay Idriss) just happen to show a Paion variation smacking of the Paeoni.

"...the Washington family arms: two bars and three mullets, or spur-rowels..." Entering "Rowel" gets the Rothwells/Rosswells/Rosewells, but the rowel term smacks of what "Rover" could modify to. Rowe's likewise use besants on a chevron.

Payens use pierced Zionists stars (thus called mullets) in the colors of the same of Wassa-suspect Weis', and the Weis Coat throws in a bend in the color of the same of Jacques de Molay. The Mullets use mullets just like the Payens, but with the Jagger bugle thrown in. Mullets were first found in the same place (Auvergne), not only of the Sionist, Godfrey de Bouillon, but of the Fes surname that traces to Fes of Morocco, smack beside Moulay Idriss. Plus, as added evidence that Janszoon is behind the Janson surname, the white wings in the Weis Crest are those of Scottish Jansons (and Morlands). [Later, days after writing here, as one of the most-important traces I've ever made, it's discovered that "AUVERgne" traces to "AWRaba" with Overs/Offers using the bend of Jacques de Molay in colors reversed.]

The paragraph below was written before the one above. I checked the Arms of Westmorland after writing "Morland above, because Jansons were first found in Westmorland. Further down the page, there is a ram in the Crest of the Arms of Westmorland County Council, and the heraldic ram had traced well to Ramesses, son of Seti I whom I traced to the Setta valley. The paragraph below has not been changed; it sits as was written already before finding this ram.

The namers of the Setta valley can now be traced to "Sithones > Sitones," the same that named Sitten/Sion because they were proto-Sadducees who ended up ruling at Jerusalem = Zion. And the Setta area was traced from "Shetach" to "Shetland," where raven vikings thrived in some largesse pirate corporations unlimited. And they partied after each successful business transaction, and were just a jolly bunch of great guys as they shared the loot. I really think I missed the boat by choosing to work for a living.

Suddenly, the Reno-river peoples at the Setta theater are expected to be in the Westmorland theater, and it just so happens that the Battus bloodline had traced to the Beatle surname while the Beatle's band came out of Liverpool on the Lancashire coast near Westmorland. The Reno passes by Cento [later, it's found that Idris of Morocco married a Cento / Kendal like woman, and that his Moulay line traces to the Beatle surname found at the Panico theater's Bedolete), and here I find a Kendal location at Westmorland. The Kendel Coat, first found in Westmorland, has the dolphin design of Morley-like Marleys (Varn bend?). The excellent thing about Marleys is that they were first found in the same place (Cheshire) as Sale's, and Marleys use a black bend with three white symbols, as do the Sale's. Just like that, the Sale's are tracing to Sale at Morocco. The Sale's are even shown as Sallete," just like the Saletins of Morocco. So, no, "Sale" was not named after a rock or a frog under a rock or any whim having to do with a nearby geographical feature.

The Marleighs/Marlins/MERLANE's were first found in Lancashire, and use the bars in colors reversed to the two Janson / Washington bars. There are nine footless martins/martlets in the Marleigh Coat. Reminder from the last update: "font color="#0000DD">"The [sur]name is first documented as early as 978, recorded as Fos." [Then]: "In the 10th century the city [of Fes] was contested by the Caliphate of Cordoba and the Fatimids of Tunisia. The later took the city in 927 and expelled the Idrissids..." It looks like they [the Idris line of Fes] were in Somerset within 50 years. "

I traced Fes elements also to Wales, where mythical Merlin was at home; I shared (a few times in recent years) a heraldry article claiming that martins (the birds) were code for Merlin. I had traced "footless" to "Foetes" (and Foots / Fittes/Fothes) long before the last update discovered that Foetes' alternative name, Fussen, was indication of Fes elements. Foots / Fittes/Fothes are in the colors of the Marleys, and, like Marleys abd Sale's, Foots were first found in Cheshire (beside Lancashire).

The rulers of Foix had merged with Candale, the latter being from the Atlantic ocean in the Gironde area of Gascony. Note how "Candale" smacks of "Kendel," thus tending to trace Kendels to the Fes > Foix line. The Candels/Condels (ears of wheat in SALTIRE) could therefore be using the theme of the de-Molay bend.

Why were Sales called Sales-of-Mascy? Clearly, Sales were in Dunham Massey. What could it have been that caused a peoples to become pirates? A lack of concern for others, right? Isn't that the definition of a socio-path? And when president Barack Dunham took 800 billion dollars from the people, wasn't he acting the socio-pathetic pirate of modern times? And didn't he with his fellow winkers party while sharing the loot? And he's after more money in his second term.

As Janszoon's pirates were called, Rovers, we'd like to see the Rover Coat. It's a giant Moor head in the colors of the Varns and Gripps. English Rovers (Surrey) show no Coat but do offer Ruffer / Ruffy variations. The Ruffs/Rolfe's/Roughs show ravens, expected here.

As it seems that this Janszoon had a surname after him, why? Why would heraldry honor a surname from this no-good thief? Pirates are not joe-blows who break into homes with three-dollar screwdrivers and a pair of two-dollar gloves to hide their prints. Pirates need expensive ships and corporate funding from share holders. "Progressively, a thriving activity of piracy expanded on the western bank [of Morocco]. In 1624, the Dutchman Jan Janszoon (also known as Murad Reis) became the 'Grand Admiral', and therefore the chief executive of the community." Thriving activity? Who would be so stupid as to use such a phrase, "thriving activity of piracy," for such a thing as pirate killers at sea? It sounds as though we all should consider the pirate business with the opportunity of becoming an admired ruler of a community, maybe even a nation if we're extremely George Washington, whose symbol, apparently, was a raven.

I don't yet know why Janszoon's other name was Murad Reis, but I do know that Saddocks/SEDwicks (I always see "viking" in "wick") use ears of rye as code for Rye's, first found in the same place as Saddocks/Sedwicks, Coverts, Coppers, Diens/Dives (Masci wing), and other Dane suspects. Danish Rye's are showing Zionist stars in the colors of the same of Payens / Weis'. You understand: "Reis" is tracing to lines from the Israeli chief priests. Why? Because, Washingtons had traced to the same...all the way from Agrigento, near Montechiaro, which was the Clare > raven-viking bloodline that ruled at Pembroke...south Wales, where Fes elements ended up as mythical Morgan le Fay. South Wales (especially at Carmarthen) was home to Merlin, and then Saddocks/Sedwicks use eight footless martins (could be nine if one is behind the small white shield), nearly matching the nine martins of Marlins/Marleighs who trace without doubt to Moroccan Moors of the Janszoon kind. Therefore, Janszoon elements had merged with the Idris Moroccans in Wales.

Didn't Marlins/Marleighs trace with Moorleys and Morlands to Westmorland? Then lookie: "Saddock is a name of ancient Anglo-Saxon origin and comes from the family once having lived in the township of Sedgewick in the parish of Heversham in Westmorland." [Later, when I discover Over/Offers to be from "AWRaba," the trace includes the Coverts/COFFERts...and Heffers now smacking of "HEVERsham.] Hevers (first found in the same place as Saddocks) look like a branch of Edens, for both use the same-colored chevrons, and both show grabs in colors reversed from each other. And the gold garb in the Eden Crest is that of Joseph's, right, who use the "Charo" term as code for Charo's/Claro's/Chiaro's out of Montechiaro. Yes, for Edens were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Clare's. And what do we suppose is the "sit" motto term of Edens?

It's for the SiTHECHs = Shaws, the Shetach-of-Maccabee bloodline to Shetland. For the "pruDENTia" motto term of Edens gives away their kinship to Dents, who use the ermined lozenges of the Thicks/THECKs in colored reversed to the same of English Shaws. Not only is the Thick/Theck Coat in the colors of the Edens and of Eden-related Reeds (both use garbs in the colors of the Gascony garbs), but the Thick/Theck Crest is a A bittern SETTling in the reeds. The heraldry people knew that they were being sneaks, didn't they? And pirates liked banners, didn't they, with symbols? But this story is not about pirates hardly as much as it is about the lines of Christ's killers to the greediest animals on earth who seek to pass for humans. And the filthy cup of the Israeli priests is not filled with lucre only, but with the blood they shed, even the blood of those who love Christ, so that they might hold on to power to enjoy the benefits therein.

The following is absolutely stunning, for while viewing the Danish Rye Coat above (tracing tentatively to Janszoon = Reis), and wondering whether it was a stork in that Coat, I went to fetch the two surnames in the last update using storks, because Oettingens of Bavaria, who trace through the Gascony Washingtons, adopted a stork theme that traced to the Storkhouse location of English Odin's, who were moreover from Gascony-related GISburn (Yorkshire). I couldn't decide easily whether to go into this topic first after finishing the Rye paragraph, or to go into the Singeltary topic from the Rapers, or to go into what's above on Saddock links to Westmorland. Deciding to go first with the latter topic, I had no idea when starting that it would lead via Dents to Thicks/Thecks. By the time that I saw the bittern in the Thick/Thech Crest, I had found and viewed the stork from the Bunch Crest, and was amazed to find that it is the bitturn design of Thicks. Doesn't it suggest that Bunch's and kin were Caiaphas liners? Bunch's were first found in the same place (Perthshire) as grail-using Shaws.

Thanks to a Wikipedia article telling that Obama's mother descended from the Bunch > PUNCH bloodline, I now know that Bunch's were Punch's, very important where Bunch's use the same red lozenges as Reno's and PINKs, thus tracing the Thick/Theck bitturn-stork to PANICo's/Panetta's in the Setta valley!!! Excellent. That's what the "sit" in the Eden motto is code for, and also what the "settling" term in the Thick/Theck description stands for. Plus, this Bunch > Punch bloodline was the Payen bloodline (of the Panico kind) that already linked to Jan Janszoon. Washingtons were Sadducee liners, right? Yes, and God has permitted a nation of the end times to be built on Masonic trickery and greed while walking in false Godly humility, the very things that Jesus accused the Israeli priests of.

[After this update was finished and published, YS sent in an email of contenders for the new papal office, and one of the surnames was BAGNas, looking like the Pagan variation of Payens. It was excellent to find that the Bagnas Chief is the Panico/Panetta Chief but using royal blue rather than regular heraldic blue (both Chiefs use four-POINTed "labels" and the same-colored fleur-de-lys, and Punch's are also "POYNTz"). I may have more on this in a future update. I had traced pharaoh Khyan = APACHNAS to heraldic blue some years back, and here we find in BAGNAS a term nearly that of "Apachnas." I should record here that Bagnas' use a thin saltire in case I find it elsewhere.]

If the Rye's can be traced to Janszoon for obvious reason, then indeed the Saddocks/Sedwicks can be traced to him. It just so happens that Danish Rye's use a gold-on-blue fleur-de-lys (colors of the Panico/Panetta fleur) at the center of the Shield, the very same in the Paton/Pattin Coat, important because Jansons use a "patonce" cross! Just like that, we have killed two ravens with one stone, proving even that Jansons do trace to Jan Janszoon.

The Dents came up in the last update due to being the ancestry of the Senussi-based Seneca's/Seneschals (nine mascles = hollow lozenges). It was realized that these mascles were part with the lozenges of Nagle's, Angers and Angle's/Angels. Angers are showing a "baston" looking like a crosier, and crosiers are found in the Coats of Odins and Reis''. Where have we seen the Reis term before? Oh, yes, the alternative surname of Jan Janszoon!!! I did not know, when starting the stork topic to the Odins, that it would link to Reis! Why is heraldry, a Templar invention, tracing to such retards and rejects as pirates at sea? Wo named "HERALDry" if not for the Herald surname that comes up as "Herod" too?

Therefore, Washingtons do trace to the Odin cult (i never doubted it), which might just be encoded in the oak tree of the Reus Coat (Panico's use it too). This Reis oak is on a tall curved chevron in the shape of the tall curved chevron of Ottones! Therefore, Ottone's are part of the Odins and Oettingens, and then the Ottone Coat is a version of the Chappes Coat (Moor heads), and to boot, ears of wheat are found also in the Chappes/Cheap Coat. Hugh de Payen married a Chappes, thus tending to uncover that Janszoon's corporate lot were pirates like the Templar pirates before them.

The Reis crosiers are called "pilgrim's STAVEs." The Odins call their crosier a "STAFF." The Hawk's use pilgrims staves too, and then the Herald/Herod Crest is a "hawk's lure" as part code for Hawks and part-code for the Lures of McLeod. Heralds and Herods are themselves septs of McLeods.

The above suggests that the Stave's/Stevensons and Staffs (first found in Staffordshire) are identical bloodlines. We can now link Janszoon to Panico's (from "Count Alberto in 1068") with some further certainty because the Halberts, in honor of the count Albert of Bologna, use staves too. And the rulers of Bologna (Guelfs) were related to the neighboring line of count Albert of Panico (Guibellines). Both Panico's/Panetta's (first found in Bologna) and Reis' use oak trees, and this Reis surname was first found in Bohemia, founded by the Boii who also conquered Bologna some 1500 years before these counts above. It's suggesting that Jan Janszoon was really a Boii of a Seleucid-Maccabee kind at Sale, an idea supported by a trace of Sales-of-Masci to Meschins of the Bessin, a place founded by BAOIcasses.

The Reis/Ray motto term" "GracieuSETE"!!! That has got to have something to do with Albert of Panico's control over the Setta valley.

We can now prove that the escarbuncle symbol of French Reis/Rays is code for the BUNCle surname in that it's like "Bunch"!

It's amazing that while I got up to make some food after writing two paragraphs above, an old teen-age friend by the name of Larry came to mind. I can't remember why he came to mind. I rarely think of him. I then sat down to write the paragraph above and noted the LaRay variation, wherefore "Larry" was entered to find the Laurie/Lowrey grail, and a surname first found in the same place (Dumfries) as Scottish Rays/Rae's (and Annandale). It floored me into more laughter because there in the Larry/Laurie Crest was the Rodham tree stump, and I had just seen the ermined Rodham bend moments earlier trying to find the escarbuncle by first entering "Rye."

!!!! After writing that, I finally got a description to load for the Scottish Rays by using the Rea variation, and so just gaze that the description: A stag at gaze proper. Wa-ha-ha, Wa-ha-ha, it's the Gaze variation of Wassa's! It means that the Reis' and Rays do trace to the Reis alternative surname of Janszoon. AND, Washingtons trace to the Janszoon pirates at Sale...Seleucids and Sadducee's all in one package at Washington DC. What a stinkbomb.

The Rays/Rae's are even shown to be a branch of Pharisee-suspect Frese's/Phreeze's. In the Ray/Rae Crest is the white stag of the Downs/Douns.

By now through all the excitement, you may have forgotten that Bunch's, a line toward Obama himself, uses the stork/bitturn of the Thicks/Thecks...who call their lozenges, "diamonds," and then the Diamond surname calls theirs, "fusils," which is therefore suspect with "Fes" lines. The Diamond fleur-de-lys are in the colors of the Bunch fleur-de-lys, and both use them in fesse fashion. The Reis/Ray escarbuncle has fleur-de-lys ends in the very same colors!

AHA! The Fusil/Fusie surname show lozenges in the colors of the same of Nagle's / Angers / Angle's. The Fusil/Fusie lozenges are positioned in the same way as the red Bunch lozenges. As Bunch's are now figuring in with the Caiaphas line, its interesting that Fusils/Fusie's were first found in the same place (Dauphine) as Chappes-mergered Payens, and then both Payens and Fusils use three symbols in the same colors and positions. I fully expect Hugh de Payen's ancestry (as with other Templar founders) either from Fes, or merged with Fes elements. We've already found Panico's linked to Morocco. But why do Panico's link to Janszoon living in post-Templar times? I suppose we should ask the formation of Reis-like well as Freemasons and the Bavarian Illuminati. Who was it that used CROSiers' that ought to link to the Rosy Cross / RosiCRUCian code? Angles/Angels, for one, and the Reis' for two. It's not likely coincidental.

As Fes-related Mullets use the Jagger bugle (Jaggers traced to Jaghbub of Cyrene), it stands to reason that Jaggers and/or Mieszko's trace to Mauley Idriss (in the last update, it was explained how Jaggers were one with Mieszko's). Mieszko Poles were identified with the raven vikings to the Mackays and Mackie/Mackeys, the latter (using a raven) first found in Ayrshire; that latter term, along with Eyers/Ayers, is represented (in my opinion) by the "EARS" of wheat and rye. After all, the ears of wheat and rye are for Sadducee lines, and then the Shaw-branch Sadducee line honored in the "Shaw" motto term in the Annandale-honoring Arms of Ayrshire. The Mieszko's can be traced to Masci's who were merged with Sale's.

The reason for that last paragraph is due to the Wheelwright ancestry of Mieszko Poles. I can't yet prove that Rapers were from "Rover / Raver," but just the same I'd like to show you the antelopes (Wheelwright-Crest symbol) in the Raper Coat, for the Coat is divided in six sections like the Wheelwright Coat. AHA! When I said I can't yet prove, I hadn't yet seen the "res" motto term of Wheelwrights. It's code for Reis, isn't it??? Moreover, Wrights use leopard faces tracing to Fes.

More. Ropers/Rupers were first found in Derbyshire, and Derbys use the antelope too! Ropers/Rupers use the Botter bird just about in colors reversed.

English Tate's use ravens and divide their Shield in the same six sections. I assume Tate's were a branch of Tattons said in their write-up to be from Dunham Masci, excellent because that's where I trace Obama's Dunham line that came from SINGletarys (Sinclair suspects, from Shings = Fox's) who use the Wheelwright antelope design. Moreover, Tate's were first found in the same place as Clare's, and then Irish Clare's share a "non verba" motto phrase with Wheelwrights. The idea here is that the Dunhams trace to Sale with Sales-of-Mascy, but also with the SHING = Fox bloodline to Fes. It's important because Obama lines had traced in multiple ways to Idris I of Cyrene (king of Libya), who was of the Idris-of-Morocco line.

[I had not yet found, while writing here, that "AWRABA" was an important term to Templars, and, after finding that Averys traced to the Awraba tribe, I was seeking (without luck) AWR / AVR terms/surnames with a 'b' at the has "verba." Note too the verba-like "Barb," as in Berbers. The Barb/Berb Coat not only has the same fesse in gold as Averys (roundels in colors reversed to the Orr roundels), but, I had been seeking the red lion in the Aur Coat, which could be the red lion in the Barb/Berb Coat. Entering "Aver" gets the Vere's (in Avery colors), which I did not know until now, days after suggesting that Awraba should trace to the Varni > Varangians > Vere's (merged with Nagels and Angle's/Angels). These discoveries are all way down near the end of this update.]

This paragraph is complicated but necessary in getting to the Jefferson Coats. Nagle-related Irish Clare's (in Raper colors) show the five Traby ostrich feathers, and I've said that Trabys and Mieszko's were right up there together in Polish rule, though I haven't yet found the historical/documented link. Just keep in mind Mieszko - Clare - Obama, equivalent bloodlines. The Caens (leopard faces) use the five white ostrich feathers too, but then the Caen lattice is almost in the colors of the Mode/Moden lattice that was traced in the last update to the same-colored Seneca/Seneschal hollow lozenges (called mascles, a term easily linking to Mieszko's and Obama), found in the last update to be equivalent to the Nagle lozenges. Nagle's use the fesse and symbols in the colors of the same of Irish Clare's, but more-importantly for the next topic, it's the Paul fesse-and-symbol colors too. The Pauls use the crosslet style of Windsors, of Berkshire, where Mode/Modens were first found. Uther Pendragon was part-code for the Other > Windsor line, and Others/Otters/Oders are suspect as the Odin line.

Pendragon's were a branch of Sale's, you see, and for the first time, Sale's are now tracing with some heraldic evidence to Morocco's Sale location. Pendragons pre-dated Jan Janszoon be several centuries. But Pendragons should trace to early Seleucids at Sale (Morocco), and so Jan Janszoon should have linked up with Seleucid elements yet lingering in the Sale theater when he arrived...shortly before George Washington helped to form the United States in the same year (1776) that Wassa-suspect Adam WEIShaupt formed the Bavarian Illuminati. Thiomas Jefferson, in a letter, showed himself to be a supporter of Adam Weishaupt's revolution, and the Weis surname with the Payens linked above exactly to the lines of Jan Janszoon.

It may be a long shot, or it may be bang-on. Tha Janis surname (i.e. like "JANS(zoon)") shows also as "J'Anes," and the Janis Coat shows the blue and white upright lion that I say God showed us, through emailer Patterson, to be the lion of the Caiaphas bloodline. Then, Johnsons were first found in the same place as Annandale, where their Kilpatick kin use the pirate flag. Furthermore, the blue-on-white Janis lion ought to be the same of Bruce's who merged with Annandale. In other words, the Jansons may have been "Anes" at first, from the Anann(dale) bloodloine back to Ananias, the chief priest who had Christ killed with his son-in-law, Joseph Caiaphas. Note that the Janis/D'Anes surname was first found in the same place (Cornwall) as Pendragons. There is an Anes/Arness surname using what should be the Vere star.

The Pole-suspect Pauls were found in the last update to be a branch of Pollets/Paullets, who were in-turn accessed from a perverted Arms of a Templer surname using a "pollet" motto term [I hadn't yet realized that the Arms above share a blue griffin wuth Jeffersons, or that JEFFER could be one of the Over/Offer / HEFFER terms tracing to "AWRaba", important because Idris and his Awraba tribe trace to the very foundation of Templars]. Pollets/Paullets, showing the Dunn sword design, use three swords, points in pile, code I'm sure for the Points who use piles. Points were likewise first found in Berkshire.

Points easily link to Punch's/Poynte's who were a branch of Bunch's that use a stork and had therefore linked above both to the Oettingen > Washington line, and to the Sadducee > Sithech > Shaw line. It was that unexpected Odin-Caiaphas link. As was reported in the last update, a John Bunch was president Obama's grandfather to the 11th generation, three generations before Jonathan Singletary-Dunham. Jan Janson, John, Jonathan. Then: "[George] Washington's ancestors were from Sulgrave, England; his great-grandfather, JOHN Washington, had emigrated to Virginia in 1657." Another John, and a SUL term too. George's mother, a Ball surname, had a mother with Johnson surname. That should explain the Washington-Janson kinship, at least in part.

"The first child of Augustine Washington (1694 - 1743) and his second wife, Mary Ball Washington (1708 = 1789), George Washington was born on their Pope's Creek Estate near present-day Colonial Beach in WESTMORELAND County, Virginia." Isn't Westmorland of England where Jansons and kin traced?

Welsh Johns use ravens, and the raven vikings called Clare's use a gold rooster, what should be construed as a colors reversed version of the black-on-gold Jonathan rooster...that traced very well to Jonathan Maccabee, the one who had a strong pact and alliance with Alexander Balas, a Seleucid king, whom I had traced to the Balls! This recalls when Maccabee liners traced to John and Elizabeth terms, as per John of Bohemia. See how the Johnson Coat is a great reflection of the Balas Coat! (Alexander Balas, a Seleucid king and traced to Balls, was identified in a recent update with the formation of Maccabee's in alliance with Jonathan Maccabee of Israel.)

The single ermines in the Balas Coat are found in the Ball Coat!!! Therefore, George Washington was born from the Maccabee-Seleucid line even while Washingtons have traced to Sul-like Sale in Morocco's Pirate Inc. Danish Johnsons/JANSENs use the Wassa/Gaze Zionist star! Johnsons call it a six pointed mullet.

It is such excellent timing to discover the paragraph above, for the Balas Crest is itself the Wheelwright and Singletary antelope design, and then the Rapers use an antelope with a Wheelwright-Coat format. If not for the "res" term of Wheelwrights, there may not have been a way to trace Rapers to Fes and therefore to Idris of Morocco. Reminder, Balas' were first found in Glamorgan, where I'm tentatively trace the Luo tribe of the Obama's (not president Obama's line) whom I in-turn trace to "Apama" II, a Seleucid queen in Cyrene. In short, Rapers were Rovers of Sale, the defects of the human race who came to control the human race by brute force. And they invented the game of Monopoly so that we might be conditioned to view life in the way they do.

I kid you not, that it was just now, after writing the Monopoly statement above -- an idea that came to me early this morning -- that I checked the Board surname as per Boardwalk, the most expensive property in the Monopoly game. The Board surname uses, not just another antelope, but the eight, perhaps nine, martins used also by Saddocks/Sedwicks. AMAZING, the Raper antelope design is that of Boards! Again, I awoke with the Monopoly game on my mind, and that's why I used the idea above, at which point it entered my mind to check for a Boardwalk surname. Boards, Saddocks, and Rapers were all first found in Sussex!!! By what coincidence did I introduce the Monopoly game in the same paragraph as the Raper antelope??? Amazing.

It just entered my mind to enter "Shield" as per the small shields used by Saddocks and Boards, to find the "Vincit qui patitur" motto of the Sithech-based Shaws!!! That traces "Saddock" squarely to "Sithech"!!! [Later, "patITUR" becomes suspect with Itureans.] Irish Shield trasce suggestively to "shed," but that has got to be code because Sadducee-suspect Sheds share a white-on-blue chevron with English Shields. It's making Shields suspect as yet another Sadducee line. The Shed Coat and Crest looks like a version of the Leif/Leaf/LEVE Coat!

The Shed Shield-and-Chief color combination is that of Cutters, and while both surnames use griffins in the same colors, the Shed griffin design is that of KAPlans (i.e. Caiaphas = Sadducee line) who use a Shield-and-Chief color combination in colors reversed, which happens to be the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Saluzzo, where I trace Salyes. Shields even use a "solum" motto term.

I jotted down the Washington-Ball paragraph above without planning it. It started as an aside from all the Johns at the end of the paragraph above it. I had no idea what would be discovered in that paragraph that jibed with the Seleucid identity of Washingtons previously. I was in the midst of emphasizing the Pauls for a reason, and so here I now find that the single ermines of the Balas and Ball Coats are used by Pauls too! Balas - Ball - Paul. I get it. Therefore, Dunn-related Pollets/Pauletts (white-on-black) must be related to Alexander Balas, and to this it can be added that while Alexanders and the Libyan Senussi share white-on-black crescents, Senussi's share a white-on-black star with the Polesdons/Pulsiphers while Pole's/Pools use a "pollet" motto term.

Scottish Johnsons and Johnstone's (both use a Kilpatrick Coat) were first found in the same place (Dumfries) as Reis-related Rays/Rae's who use a "gaze" motto term. Therefore, Johnsons and Washingtons were like one with related Jansons.

I wanted to stress the Pollets line for a Jefferson reason, which I'll get to in a minute. But first, recall that the Pollock-related Fells use blue-on-white lozenges, the colors of the same of the Luo-suspect Loys/Louis'/Luyie's. I've just noted that the Dutch Pole Coat uses the Lewis/Louis lion in colors reversed, and the latter were first found in Glamorganshire, i.e. same place as Pole-suspect Balas'. The magnifying GLAS in the German Pole Coat jibes with the white-on-blue lion of the Pole's/Pools where that lion belongs to Dougals, suspect as Douglas'/DuGLASS'. Pollocks lived at GLASgow, and then the Glasgows and Reis' share an smallish oak tree on a green mound at the very bottoms of their Coats.

I have found white-on-blue lozenges in this update (colors reversed from the Fell and Loy lozenges) in the Hind Coat, important because Jansons use a "hind" in Crest.

Recall the crosiers used by Reis' and Odins, for one Jefferson motto is, "A cruce salus." It sounds like Jeffersons trace to the Sale Republic ruled by Janszoon-Reis. Pauls use, "Pro rege et republica." Doesn't it suggest a Rege-like variation of a Reis / Ray/Rae line from the Sale Republic? Does the Republican Party of the United States trace to this sector of the Templars? After all, "Sale... dates back at least to Carthaginian times (around 7th century BC)...Pliny the Elder mentions it (as a desert town infested with elephants!)." Previously, I traced the Republican elephant to an elephant-like image in the Arms of Liguria, but then the Salyes were Ligurians. Apparently, Liguria had its elephant symbol from Sale, and Sale existed before the Ligurian Salyes. Apparently, U.S. Republicans cherish Salyes roots. Which Israel do Republicans stand up for, that of Christ, or that of the Alexander Maccabees? Hum?

Samsons use the Janson cross designs, and then Samsons and Pauls were both first found in Gloucestershire. I trace "Samson" elements confidently to mythical "Siemowit" of Polish-Wheelwright ancestry.

Thomas Jefferson, From Jabesh-Gilead

The "cruce" term of Jeffersons suggests the Cruce/Crois/Craix surname using the same cross as, and in the colors of, the English Johnson cross (of the Coat reflecting like the Balas Coat). If this suggests that Jeffersons should trace to the Janszoon pirate too, and/or the Idris-line proto-Senussi, it could explain the blue leopard face in the English Jeffersons Coat, in the center of a saltire in the colors of the Cruce / Johnson cross.

As Janszoon was also called, John Barber, by what coincidence do Barbers likewise use a "cruce" motto term? Didn't "cruce" link to the idea of Reis-icrucian? I had found (years ago) that Rosicrucians started off with a saltire encircled by four items, as has the Jefferson saltire and Johnson cross. The early Rosy Cross was used by a follower of Luther and know Rosicrucian pioneer, JOHANNES / Johann Valentinus Andreae. The Janson white wings are in the Johannes Crest.

Andreae, a contemporary with Janszoon, died in Stuttgart (Ferrari-car logo?), where I trace raven vikings as well as Ferrari's. This was the area of Germany where Jaghbub / MountBatten elements from Cyrene were just traced. Andreae'

s mother was a Moser, and Mosers use the Ferrari lions, apparently. There is one Andrea Coatt using the Annandale saltire as used by Bruces and Ayrshire, and this Andrea surname was first found in the same place (Provence) as Bails.

It's probably not coincidental that Geoffreys/Jeffreys and Jeffersons were both first found in the same place, Herefordshire (beside Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire), where also Seleucid-suspect Sellicks were first found who may now trace to Sale. Indeed, the Sellick Coat is a Shield-on-Shield in colors reversed from the same of Welsh Jeffersons! Maccabee's are expected in Monmouth, BUT THIS IS SUDDENLY AMAZING. First, it was suggested above that the Pole lion in colors reversed to the Lewis lion could indicate a link, and here we are with Jeffersons very close to Glamorgan, where Lewis' were first found, and moreover, the same Pole lion, in the same colors, is in use by Geoffreys/Jeffreys! Then, Geoffrey of Monmouth gave the world fables in Arthurian myth dressed as true history. What a nut he was.

BUT HERE'S THE THING. Recall CHEPstow in Monmouth. It caused me to look up the Cheps to find a Jabesh-like variation. As soon as I saw the JEPHson variations of Jeffersons, these Cheps/Jepps/JABACHs came to mind, but I had not yet realized that Hereford was beside Monmouthshire. THEREFORE, I do declare, the Constitution of the United States was written by the 600 Benjamites (so to speak).

The Zionist star in the center of the Chep/Jepp/Jabach Coat is inside a blue box, just like the fleur of Danish Rye's. It's tracing the 600 Benjamites to the bloodline of the Janszoon pirates. Across the Wye river from Chepstow is a SEDbury location that may trace to the Setta entity.

Just found: "Chepstow Castle, situated on a clifftop above the Wye and its bridge, is often cited as the oldest surviving stone castle in Britain. The castle was established by William fitzOsbern immediately after the Norman conquest..." By what coincidence does the Johnson / Cruce cross appear to be in play in the Osbern Coat? Doesn't that then trace the Jefferson saltire to the Osberns at Chepstow. Suddenly, the line that wrote the American Constitution is being discovered at Chepstow. Maybe we should ask Ozzie Osbourne what this all means.

Hmm, after writing that, the Sabato surname (oak tree, same as Panico's) was looked up as per Ozzie's Black Sabbath album, and there were boots decorated with blue-and-gold checks, the colors of the checks in the Arms of Bologna. Then, loading the Italian Sabato Coat, the surname happened to be first found in the same place (Bologna) as panico's, AND QUESS WHAT? The Sabato Chief uses the Panico Chief! [This is excellent because Jeffersons will later trace to the Guido-Guerra theater south of Bologna.]

Osberns share a tiger, a rare heraldic symbol, with Dents. Recalling that Janszoon traced to Westmorland, here's the Dent write-up: "First found in Yorkshire on the borders of Westmorland, where the family gave their name to a township in the parish of Sedbergh." Is that not amazing, how "SEDburgh" and SEDbury" are so similar? Dents are the one's using the Thick/Theck and Shaw-of-SITHech lozenges.

The Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs were first found in Lower Saxony, a long ways from Hereford and Wales. But if Sellicks trace to Silesia, then perhaps they were in the part of Silesia that cut through parts of Germany. That part of Silesia can be seen on the map cutting across the Spree river, where I tend to see Lusatia's dragon cult. The Arms of Silesia is a black-on-gold eagle, the symbol of the Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs. Is that secretly the Senussi / Alexander crescent in the Silesia eagle?

Jeffersons were Japodes, weren't they? The Roman Jupiter. It explains why Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs use the two-headed Roman eagle.

I don't know by what coincidence, or not, the father of George Washington was from a Westmoreland location in Virginia (Burgess elements). As Dunham ancestry seems to be all about these same elements, we can also ask why George's father (Augustine) had married a Butler before he married a Ball. Butlers and Dunhams share the same Coat, almost. As Janszoon was from the Reis surname that had kin in the Rays/Rae's/REA's, lookie here: "[George Washington's] great-great-great-grandfather, Nicolas Martiau, a Huguenot from Ile de Re, France, arrived at Virginia aboard the 'Francis Bonaventure' in 1620...Nicholas Martiau is the earliest emigrant ancestor of George Washington and Robert E Lee." That's Ile de Rhea, or Ile de Rhe. It's on the coast of Gascony, right where I expect proto-Washingtons. He arrived in Africa just as Janszoon was gearing up his piracy expertise for to become a ruler of Sale. Janszoon started up in Sale in about 1619. By 1616, Johannes Andreae wrote (or at least co-wrote) "Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz," a pseudo-Christian work unto Rosicrucianism apparently studded with codes.

On Janszoon's re-naming, or whatever it was that really happened, see the following and retain the names thereof as I investigate them:

After Janszoon's conversion to Islam and the ways of his captors, he sailed with the famous corsair Sulayman Rais [smacks of Sulgrave and the Saleman Coat using the Sale bend and likely the Sans eagle], also known as Slemen Reis (originally a Dutchman named De Veenboer whom Janszoon had known before his capture and who, as Janszoon himself, had chosen to convert to Islam) and with Simon de Danser.

LOOK AT THIS. There is no Veenboer surname coming up, but a Veen Coat shows like the Atter/Tyre Coat, important if it was correct to identify this surname with "Idris" of Morocco! Both Coats show ships and daggers. This Veen surname is registered with Beans/Bains's/Vans, a sept of Mackays that I lump in with Vains/Vans/Phone's. It should explain the white mascles of the Slemens, meaning also that the Salemans likely use the Sans = Spink eagle because Spinks likewise use white mascles. Apparently, these were the MacDonalds and Alexanders. There is a Dutch Veen Coat, but at this time I have no comment aside from the white-on-black colors belonging to Alexanders and Senussi.

I've just found a Vein/Vine/Veyn Coat (garbs) in the same colors, but with the tiger-head design used in the Dent Crest. The Vein/Vine/Veyn surname was first found in Gloucestershire, suggesting the Chepstow / Sedbury theater in the Monmouth-Gloucestershire theater. The Dent Coat is not only in the same colors again, but uses a bend (I say it's a version of the Sale bend) with symbols all in colors reversed to the Dutch Veen bend.

I think I know what the Dents are. It was just recalled that "Dante" gets the Durants who trace with certainty to the Sale's and to the Durance river of the Salyes! I always see the Laevi Gauls merged with neighboring Salyes, and Dents are a Caiaphas line. The Dante's/Durants who use the Sale (and Cuffy) fleur were first found in Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and Shropshire; these are the Monmouth / Hereford theaters roughly. I recall the French Durants use a ship symbol, that of the far-north Gunns. Note the dancette of Dante's/Durants, for it evokes the Danser surname seen in the quote above.

So, yes, the pirates who knew not enough to be part of the human community, and who transgressed every law of God, are taking over the world by craft in time for the fire's of Armageddon. It will all be so timely. And don't feel sorry for them. The end of this world is a good thing, a very very good thing.

The idea that these pirates converted to Islam, and that the Veer surname traces to Atters/Tyre's, speaks to me of Obama, a non-Muslim who respects Muslims. Apparently, there is an Illuminati circle from the Moors of north Africa now arising in the Obama camp and elsewhere. They must know there Berber history well.

It didn't come to mind until writing "Obama" in the sentence above that, in seeking surnames honoring queen Apama II of Cyrene, the Baum surname is extremely interesting because the BaumGARTNER Coat uses the fleur-de-lys in the same colors as the Sale's! Where was my head until now? I've known this for a while, since tracing Baums solidly to Bamberg (Babenberg home). Apama was a Seleucid queen of Cyrene, expected to trace to Sale's. Obama lines have even traced to the Gards that could be a branch of Gartners. Gardners were traced to Rennes-le-Chateau's da-Vinci cult trolls. One Gard Coat uses the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the the Dunhams.

LOOK! French Baums (Dauphine) even use a dancette in Dunham-dancette colors!!! There is what could be the Balas single ermine in the French Baum Coat? AND LOOK! The Dunham spear design is in the German / Jewish Baum Coat!!! These are not the first times that Dunhams have traced to Apama elements.

MORE. I could not decipher the meaning of the parrot in the Baumgartner Coat when it was last touched upon, but zowie, it's a pirate symbol.

There is a Bambury/Banbury Coat with the Wassa star in colors reversed. Bamburys/Banburys (who come up as "Bamburg") were first found in the same place (Oxfordshire) as English Gartners/Gardners, and then Vere's operated highly in Oxford for many centuries. I read that the holy-grail - da-Vinci book written by Laurence Gardner was actually written by Nicholas de Vere, or perhaps I have my facts wrong on that. But this find that Gardners were first found in Oxfordshire, and meanwhile trace to antiChrist-related Seleucids, should keep your heart isolated from these men and their writings. Compare the Gartner Coat (Bavaria) with the Janson-related Johannes Coat.

As French Baums were first found in the same place as Payens, and as Payens traced to Panico's involved with Guido / Guidi, by what coincidence do these Baums use a "guide" motto term? Here's from the 2nd update this month: "One of the daughters of William V [Montferrat] was "Agnes, who married Count Guido Guerra III Guidi of Modigliana." That Modigliana location (30 miles south-east of Bologna)..." That distance south-east of Bologna gets one near Ravenna, and not very far from the mouth of the Reno. Ravenna is where the 666-bloodline traced that was later in Vilnius.

The 666 will be an organized-pirate operation likened unto an ambitious fly triumphantly finding a crack-sized passageway into a container holding a light bulb, and there, trapped inside, it will fry to a quick end with excessive buzzing (equivalent to a human scream) in vain. Good bye.

Recall that the Vains/Vans/Phone's seemed to be in play in the Veen surname that got the Vains/Vans/Beans/Bains, for the Vains/Vans/Phone's use a "fano" motto term while, not very far from Ravenna, about 25 miles to the south of Rimini (= settlement of the 600 Benjamites from Rimmon), there is a Fano location. As the Maschi's were first found in Rimini, and as these were the Meshwesh-based "Benjamites," it explains why Vains/Vans/Phone's were a sept of Mackays, whom I identified years ago as part of the raven vikings of Shetland. It's off topic here, but very important for where I trace the 600 Benjamites -- to the Maezaei on the URBANus river -- that inland from Fano about 25 miles, there is an URBINo location.

I made the trace of the 600 Benjamites to Rimini and the Maezaei apart from knowing this Urbino location, and without Fano in mind if ever I had noticed it before then. Therefore, you can be more confident that "Jabesh" named the Japodes at the Urbanus theater. Jabesh elements named the Jefferson surname, you see, which bloodline was just found above at Monmouthshire's Chepstow area, and then the Fano > Vain/Van surname, with Fane / Fein variations listed, was first found in Monmouthshire, right beside Jeffersons, first found at Herefordshire. If you read to this point and didn't understand anything but this, you are rich because of it, because you now know that Thomas Jefferson was from the 600 Benjamites. The question is, did he and other founders of America know it? Did the one who named BENJAMIN Franklin know it?

[Does the Franklin Coat use the AUR lion in particular?]

Repeat: "As Janszoon was also called, John Barber, by what coincidence do Barbers likewise use a "cruce" motto term?" That term was found in the Jefferson motto, and then the Scottish-Barber-Crest bull head is in the design of the one in the Vain/Van/Phone Crest! What a lucky stroke. We can thus trace Jeffersons, not just to the Berbers suspect at the root of Templarism, but to Fano 30 miles from Rimini, in a wider area called, Romagna, that may have had root in Rimmon elements. [This trace of Jeffersons/JEPHsons to the Fano area needs to be coupled with a trace expected at Chepstow and in the Chep/Jepp/Jabach surname. This Jefferson-Vain kinship will be re-inforced a few paragraphs below.]

If you recall, Wikipedia claims that Jan Janszoon was re-named after his friend, with a Reis surname, though in fact he was really a Veenboer surname sugesting the Veens/Vains/Beans. I don't know what's exactly true there, but the Reis surname traces hard as rock to Janson lines. The Barbers are said to be named after pulling teeth, which is of course ridiculous. Rather, it's code for the Dents (Westmorland), who use the tiger-head design of the Veins/Vine's/Veyns, first found smack beside the Vains/Vans/Phone's. I know what the tiger stands for: some Esso-like MacinTOCH septs of Clan Chattan, from Biblical TOGARmah and Gomer. It just so happens that it's the Veens/Vans/Bains who use a version of the Clan Chattan motto. Scythians from way back, in cahoots with the Guido Scythians.

[So, we just saw the Vains/Vans/Phones, the Veens/Vains/Beans, and the Veins/Vine's/Veyns, all at once in the same paragraph. All from Fano, tight? All part of the 600 benjamites, right? See what happens with Griffins below, that I did not know about as I write here.] Part of the Chattan motto is "bot," code for Botters using the Chattan / Chatan bend, and part of the motto is "glove," the latter being the symbol of Vains/Vans/Phone's (and Wayne's). Note that, in the case of the MacIntosh version of the motto, it uses "bota," what can now go to the Batti/Botto surname that I traced recently to Battifolle, about 60 miles inland, due west, of Fano. I now see that Batti's/Botto's show a Bota variation. I know you thought you were Scottish, Mrs. MacIntosh, but you're a Roman from way back. See the Botter star in the colors of the Batti/Botto stars.

[Later in this update, a Botr branch of Berbers is learned of who were the counterparts of the Branes branch that will prove to be the namers of Briancon. Idris and his Awraba tribe were fron the Branes branch. You will see good reasons for identifying the Awraba tribe as the Herod-coin bloodline which has, in the past, traced fundamentally to the upright green-on-white lion of three surnames, not including the Touch surname that uses that lion too. Remember this later, therefore, because it's tracing Chattans and their "Touch" motto term to Berbers, and it's tending to prove that Botters were from the Botr brannch Berbers.]

Ravenna and Rimini are close enough to the Veneti theater for the Vains/Vans et-all to have been Veneti, the latter being founders of Merovingians. Clovis liked the city of Rheims, which I ventured to trace long ago (i.e. before the trace becomes convenient now) to "Rimini." All these years of stressing Merovingians, I didn't know that they were the 600 Benjamites, or at least merged with them. [The Herod-coin bloodline, which was not on my mind as I write here, had traced from "Glaphyra" to "Clovis," you see, so that one needs to keep an eye out for a Clovis-line link to the Idris-Awraba marriage...that came a few centuries AFTER Clovis].

It took a strong choice on my part to announce that Samson in Judges was a mythical story. It took some bravery because I believe in the Infallible Word of God, and because it threatened "my" post-trib message. I was writing to firm Bible believers, who would take me for a liberal Christian to place Samson in a mythical category. That step allowed me to understand that the story on the 600 Benjamites, coming after the Samson account, may also have involved code work. But I do not regard the entire book of Judges has the insertions from the dragon cult (for lack of another name) in pre-Israel.

The bent-necked double-headed eagle of the Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs was used until recently, albeit with one head, in the Massi/Mattis Crest. This clan was found at Massa-Carrara, right beside Botters at Lucca [suggesting very strongly that Botters were Botr-branch Berbers where Massa elements were from king-Massena Berbers, or just generally from the Meshwesh Berbers]. Another coincidence, or is it not correct to trace the 600 Benjamites to Massa as well as to Maschi's of Rimini?

Which surname above used pheons that ought to trace to the Phone variation listed with Vains/Vans? The Kilpatrick-related Johnsons did, who use a version of a Jefferson saltire. Another coincidence? Or are Jeffersons not part of the Jabesh-wedded Benjamites? Kilpatricks [who share a black saltire with Benjamin's] are a 666 bloodline, as are the Vains/Vans/Phone's. The Johnsons even use spurs, and for some two years before knowing that Johnsons and Johstone's use versions of the Kilpatrick Coat, I traced Kilpatricks, of Closeburn, to the spur-using Close/Clovse surname (smacks of "Clovis") while claiming that it used Botter colors for kinship reasons. I claimed from the start of emphasizing Kilpatricks that they were Botters -- dragonline Latins depicted in Revelation 17 as Babylon the Great Mother Tart -- long before knowing that Botters were a branch of Chattans. It explained what I didn't understand previously: the cat in the Lucca surname.

[This is once again suggesting a Clovis link to Botrs, or proto-Botrs, or Botr-related Berbers. When writing the above, I neglected at first to load and show the Close/Clovse Coat, but having done so in the proof read, there was an upright green lion in the Crest in the MacArthur crown, very likely some good evidence that Clovis traced with Touch's and Chattans to Botr Berbers. The Close/Clovse lion holds a BATTLE-axe that is Halbert-important in this update for tracing to the Faenza / Panico theater. The Close/Clovse Coat looks like a version of the Macey Shield, and the striped bugles are used in Traby-bugle colors shared by Vilnius-related Weights and English Brians first found beside Cheshire (i.e. English home of Maceys. Thus, for the first time, I understand that Clovis linked to the Branes and Botr Berbers / Meshwesh, or whatever they were called in his day. Irish Brians (share a motto term with Kilpatricks) become part of the Awraba topic later, before I discover the Branes term, due to using the English HEFFER lions and Irish Heffer sword design, a surname that is claimed to be from "AWRaba."]

Both Jefferson Coats use griffins. I never stress the Griffin surname when I come across griffins. There are too many griffins in heraldry. But in this case, see the Griffin motto, "Ne vile Velis," for the Vains/Vans/Phone's use, "Ne vile fano." What made me look up the Griffin surname at this time? I have passed by 1,000 griffins over the past couple of years without looking up the Griffin surname. And here I decide to do it as per the Jefferson griffins right when Jeffersons are being discovered as a branch of Vains/Vans/Phone's. Isn't it true that Somebody owns my head as I accomplish this work? It's not my work. What you are reading is God's message to the world, and it's not for nothing. Or, at least, I took up the dragon-line revelation, but He decided to engage His own assistance for His own reasons.

The Griffin surname was first found in Munster (the Muskerry theater), but I did not know this when I wrote on Muskerry above. It's tracing the Maschi's at Fano to Muskerry. What does God want someone to know here? He wants you to believe that these are not my thoughts and discoveries. God is of course concerned about where the 600 Benjamites have landed, and moved. He's had His eye on them all along. They have been sealed with "Armageddon" across their foreheads for choosing to be at enmity with their Creator. Have you ever considered what God must be like for not making a swift end of the human race, like one who discards a project and moves on to something better? What patience, what determination, what faithfulness, he has for his human Creation?

Did you view the Danser Coat when it was offered? That surname was in the Wikipedia article on Jan Janszoon. It said that a pirate with a Danser surname was partnered with he and Veenboer. I had insisted above the Jeffersons traced to the Janszoon circle of bloodlines, and here I find the black Danser talbot head (belongs to Hulls and Halls too) in the Griffin Crest. (For the record, Swedish Halls look like Tragers.)

Did we just see Dents (Dante = Durant = Braincon suspects) working into the Barber surname? I repeat things because readers tell me they get confused; I understand. The Dents (use the tiger design of the Veins/Vine's/Veyns) were found to use the Thick/Theck and English-Shaw ermined lozenges, and here we now find that the Griffin motto is identical to the English-Shaw motto. What does it mean? [Caiaphas lines merging with Berbers and Jefferson elements all at once? There's so much to glean from these alone when they are understood for who they were].

Am I correct in saying that this Shaw surname was from the sons of Caiaphas. If that's true, what was Thomas Jefferson, really? What was America, really? A Christian nation? Is that why George Washington wore a Masonic apron? Isn't it true that Masons trace to Maschi's in Rimini? Isn't it true that Masons are from the 600 Benjamites? Can we not glean that the da-Vinci cult is in the Shaw / Griffin motto? Is that really Christ? Or is it something dark and sinister, a well-guarded secret?

English Shaws use "six arrows in saltire." Why six? Why 600? Whose favorite number was six so long ago as the "Benjamites" of Judges? The Hyksos, right? The namers of the hexagram. The namers of the hex. And didn't the hexagram come through the hourglass goddess (from webpage below) that was portrayed with two triangles, the triangle that was her upper body pointing down, and the triangle that was her lower body pointing up? Didn't that Trypillian goddess take a trip to the Trabys in Vilnius? Yes, and Vilnius was found to trace not many updates ago to Picenum (APACHNas-like term), at the north end of which was Rimini, and Fano.

[I had not known about the BAGNAS Coat yet, using the Chief of PAGAN-related Panico's/Panetta's who were likely allied to Faenza. Bagnas', Panico's and Masci's share the fleur-de-lys in the colors typically identified with the fleur-de-lys traced to the Clovis as founder. The "fleur" part of that symbol can easily trace from Faenza to neighboring Florence. Therefore, when we get to the battle-axe of the Panico-suspect Halberts, we should probably keep in mind that its part-code for Hyksos. Panico's = Hyksos from the Exodus pharaoh, right? Why are they in the thick of things leading both the Clovis and to Caiaphas?

The Bagnas Coat uses a saltire in the colors of the Jefferson / Messey/Messier saltires, and then while I expect Massey liners to trace back to the Mus / Mesha household of pharaoh Apachnas, I had identified the 600 Benjamites with the same Meshwesh that had earlier been an essential part of the Hyksos proper of Egypt, the one's who named Moses. Thank you, YS, for sending in the Bagnas surname at this time. The Messeys/MESSIERs are in Moser/MOSIER/Moesier colors, not forgetting that Moser was the surname of the mother of Johannes Valentin Andreae, co-founder of Rosicrucianism proper. The Mose/Moss surname (recently traced to Le Mose of Placentia) uses a "fleurie" motto term.]

If we take the hourglass Shield of Guido's and drop the top white triangle so that it's superimposed on the bottom white triangle, we will have a red-on-white hexagram / Zionist star, the colors of the Wassa/Gace/Gasson Zionists star, and then entering "Guis" gets us the Guido Coat. What about that? It's tracing Washingtons to Guido's who ruled, for one, 30 miles south-east of Bologna (roughly at Imola), within spitting distance of Fano...where Jeffersons came out of, right? [Why did Glenn BECK (used logo in Beck-Coat colors) expend himself on his CNN program to push Jeffersonian / Washingtonian Constitutionalism? Was it really love for "we the people," or more for a bloodline link? Becks were first found partly in Lincolnshire, where English Messiers were first found, thus making Becks Apachnas-suspect, and tracing them to a branch of Pagans / Bagnas' / Panico's. The Beck Coat above not only uses a moline cross, symbol of Jacques de Molay, but it's in the colors of the similar flory cross of the Bouillons, who trace to Bologna.)]

The Guido/Guis write-up: "First found in Bologna...Records are found in 1097 with Giacomo di Filippo Guidotti, who was the Bishop of Imola." We have there a Jack of Imola smacking of Jacques de Molay. The year 1097 was a century and a half after the Idriss Moroccans were booted out of Moulay Idriss. How interesting. Who in the Imola area uses a bend in the colors of Jacques de Molay? I can't recall, but Jeffersons use a saltire in those colors. I know two using a bend in colors reversed: the Scotts who traced to the hourglass Skits and Scheds in the Setta theater, about 40 miles south-west of Imola; and the Charo's/Claros first found at Ferraruola, an early name of Ferrara, about 50 miles north of Imola. Scotts were first found in the same place (Roxburghshire) as Mole's/Mowe's. [This paragraph is a big deal for tracing Berbers to Imola, the theater where Merovingians are expected. The I did not yet know here that the molehill-using Shake's/Shacks would trace to "Ishaq," father-in-law of Idris of Morocco. I traced Este (about 60 miles north of Imola) to Merovingians, and so see the "est" term in the Bagg motto while noting that the Bagg Chief is colors reversed to the Bagnas Chief. "Est" is in the Pepin motto too, and Pepins were Merovingians quite possibly at Poppi (at Battifolle) down by Florence.]

It appears likely that Guido's/Guis' can be traced to Muskerry by way of the Guissane's/Kissane's/Cashman's, who are a branch of Vilnius-related Cass'/Cash's / Kiss'/Cush's. The Kissanes are found in the Irish Pattersons. It's made obvious now, ever since the Patterson Shield was given drops fully, that Pattersons/Cussane's had merged with Trypillians of the Drop/Trope kind.

Recall the Forum Allieni name of proto-Ferrara. If you read that section (2nd update in February), I had traced the Stewart-related Strange's to "Allieni" because it looks like "alien." Even before realizing that the Strange(r) surname should apply, I traced the Allieni to the proto-Alans (of Dol) out of Doly at the Polish-Ukrainian border area, the Trypillian theater too. I then loaded the Strange Coat to read: "First found in Derbyshire [where I trace Traby liners]...Guido le Strange, son of the Duke of Brittany...was ancestor of the various baronial houses of L'Strange and Strange" So, there you have the Guido-branch Trypillians (or proto-Washingtons) of the Ferrara area settling in Brittany with the Dol Alans, calling themselves Strange.

At the time that it was discovered, I wasn't dealing with the Drops, as I was above. The Drop/Trope Coat was loaded first, and I wrote on the surname above before it came to mind to mention Guido of Strange, and I was amazed to go from the Drop/Trope page to the Strange page, seeing the very same lion (almost), in the same colors, in both Coats. Just like that, it's suggested in yet another way that Strange's were Trypillians.

So, after finding that "Ne vile fano" was code for Fano, what do we think the "Ne vile velis" means that's used by Griffins? If correct that Vains/Vans/Phone's trace to the 600 Benjamites, shouldn't it be true that the 600 Benjamites will be found at a Velis-like entity? And look, I asked the question before looking up the Velis/Veil/Vale surname, and it happens to use black-on-gold eagles, SIX of them, in the colors of the Roman eagle used by Jefferson-related and Jabesh-suspect Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs. It also uses "narrow bendlets" as probable code for Nero's with Neretti variation that I traced to "Nerthus," the goddess of the Varni that I identified with the Trypillian goddess. And then the two narrow bendlets of the Velis'/Vale's are in the colors of the Varn/Warnoch/Gilvernoch bend.

[Insert -- I perhaps have not clinched the trace of the Benjamin surname (in Velis/Vale and Jall/Jell colors) to the 600 Benjamites, but this is now coming very close. Note that Benjamins and Julians/Gillians share the flame. Shouldn't the 600 Benjamites, if their Rimmon location named the Romans, trace exactly to Julius Caesar?

The black Velis/Vale bendlets could be code for use of an alternative black bend so that the Velis/Vale bend can then link to a black-on-gold one, the colors of the Jall/Jell/Jill bend. The "Jall" term was entered due to suspecting that the Velis/Vale crosslet is that of Julians/Gillians. Therefore, I think the Velis line honored by Griffins was the Patrician line from Julius Caesar. As Kilpatricks are identified (by me) as Patricians from Caesar, it's not likely coincidental that Kilpatricks share a Latin-like motto term with Brians who trace to Briancon on the Durance, the same river with a Guillestre location (two-headed black eagle) that I've traced to the Julian/Gillian surname.

ZOWIE JUST FOUND. Compare the Arms of Guillestre to that of the Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs!!! Both use a white-on-blue symbol on the breast of their two-headed black-on-gold eagle!!! What a great find. Compare "Velis" with "Guilles(tre)." But why are the Griffins tracing to the 600 Benjamites? Ask the Garebites, or the Gripps/Grabbers (in Velis/Vale colors) who use the same bend colors as Jalls/Jells/Jills.

"Jack and Jill went up the HILL to fetch a PAIL of WATER." Was this code for the Jacques-de-Molay bloodline, I was asking myself, since the Shake's/Shacks use moleHILLs partly in honor of Hills? It caused me to take a look at the Pale Coat (Paullus bloodline of Romans?) to find a bend in colors reversed to the de Molay bend. It just so happens that the Jall/Jill Coat uses the SHAKEspeare bend colors. The Masons knew no bounds, even injecting their bloodline lust secretly into nursery rhymes. The Fetch motto ("factis" term) traces to the Fes location (beside Moulay Idriss) with the Faucets. The Fitch's/Fitts already traced to Fes.

The Julius Caesar line is always the one to the Revelation 17 harlot (identified as the seven hills of Rome ruling over the kings of the earth) drinking from a filthy grail, and then gold grails are used by both the Scottish Gilians and English Giles/Jiles Coats. End insert]

We saw Pinks and other punkers at Setta in terms like "Vince." Who owned the da-Vinci code? Jesus and Mary? You're kidding, right? The Pinks and Bunch's shared the red-on-white lozenges of Reno's, and I can guarantee you, these Pinks were Hyksos on the Reno. It was the tattoo Scythians from Lydia [protoLatins]. The Cimmerians who founded Macintosh's. The Meshech too.

There's another Velis surname with Willis variation. The griffin in the Velis/Willis Crest is in the design of the Griffin griffin. The English Willis Coat uses a chevron in the colors of the same of English Shaws, and then both surnames were first found in Berkshire, where the Trip crosslets [same design as Julian/Gillian crosslet] are used by Windsors. These crosslets are in the Velis/Vale Coat.

There we have the coincidence of Willis'/Velis' connecting by the Griffin griffin to Scotts so that Skit and Guido relatives link to Scotts...who are highly suspect in being merged with the Moulay Idriss bunch that got over to the Ferrara area somehow. Isn't it amazing, what heraldry can tell us while Masons won't? I recall linking the Scott griffin to the same design used by Scottish' Willis'! I am right back to the topic prior to these strings of inserts, wherein Royal Scythians and Sittaceni from lake Sevan came to the Ferrara area, then linked to Langhe, Montferrat and other parts of Cuneo, including the Semper line to Sempeyre of Cuneo. The Sempers, you see, who are honored in the L'viv motto, use the Strange lions in different colors.

The Willis' griffin even holds a battle axe, symbol of the Halberts whom I traced (see "Halbert / Albert" 2nd update this month) to count Albert of Bologna, suspect with the Guidi line of Guido Guerra. The wolf in the Halbert Crest has got to be due to Guido Guerra being the leader of the Guelphs=Welfs. German Alberts (in Welf/Wolf colors), who look like they use two of the Hall Shields, use an eight-pointed star in colors reversed to the same of Batti's/Botto's. It's therefore interesting that while the Halls above look like Tragers (use the Rocco bend), there is a FELLtrager surname (treFOILs) that can now link to "BattiFOLLE." Fells, who look like their lozenges can link to Reno's, likewise use eight-pointed stars.

"...Poppi along with Battifolle and Porciano was granted to the Count Guido Guerra dei Guidi". It would be more compelling to link Rockefellers to "BattiFolle" if Alberts / Halls / Tragers could link to Walsers because I traced Fellers to "Valais," what Walsers were named after. Therefore, by what coincidence do Walsers use the battle-axe of Halberts??? In fact, it was the Walser battle-axe that was first found to be named, a "halberd." Only after that did I find that the Halberts call their axe, a halbert.

But as Washingtons traced to Valais / Sion too, it's notable that the eight-pointed Albert star is in the colors of the Wassa hexagram while the three Batti/Botto stars are in the colors of the three Washington stars. Therefore, to now find Dansers tracing to Hall-suspect Halberts is very interesting where Janszoons already traced to Jefferson elements. Scottish Halls use three talbot dog heads in colors reversed from the same of Dansers. As the Danser / Janszoon crew are suspect in the Washington-surname raven symbol, so we see ravens in the Scottish Trager Coat. Thus, Alberts and Halls may have been identical at one point.

Ghibellines are generally traced by others to Hohens of Bavaria, and so note that both Hohens and Danish Jensens use a Shield filled with red-and-white checks. On the other hand, talbot dogs could be a version of the Guelph wolf.

It's got to be important here that Scotts use versions of two of the Talbot Coats (one has the Scott bend), thus tracing Talbots to Imola's Moulay / Molay elements along with the bend of Scotts.

Scottish Falls (in Velis/Vale/Vail / Rocco colors) share a black fesse with raven-using Tragers.

[Insert -- (This insert was placed here before the topics below. I did not know that I was so close to the Joseph - Gobelin paragraph while writing here.) The black-on-gold bend of Rocco's is implied by the Velis/Vale bendlets, and then a bend in the same colors is used by Gripps/Grabbens, who might just be a from a variation of a Griffin-like surname. Or, it could be the other way around, that the Grabner and Grabber variations of Gripps, the first two listed, are evidence of a Garebite line that created the Griffin surname and/or griffin symbol. After all, Jeffersons are tracing to JABESH, a location that I say named Jerusalem's JEBUSites. For new readers, mount Gareb was within two miles of ancient, walled Jerusalem.

As Joseph Caiaphas's surname is suspect from a Jabesh-like term, it can explain why the Joseph surname uses garbs. AMAZING, I've just loaded the Garb(er) Coat to see a variation of the Gobelin/Gobel Coat!!! See Gobelin Coat below. Isn't that the Joseph Crest garb in the Garb Crest??? The Garb-Crest wings are those also of Jansons.

YS emailed the following while this update was being written: "In the notes to the 1579 poem The Shepheardes Calendar, English poet Edmund Spenser's annotator E.K. claimed (incorrectly) that the words 'Elfs' and 'Goblins' derive etymologically from Guelphs and Ghibellines." The writer says "incorrectly," but I would like to take him to task at some time when I get to an investigation using heraldry tools. I can tell you right off that Ghibellines should trace to the Goplan namers of Goplo. In their article, you will find a link to the "Busani (identified as Buzhans on the Bug river)", whom must have been a branch of Budini (near Kiev)...that I traced to Dol-based Boyds-of-Stewart before learning just now that the"Some historians believe that the Buzhans and the Volhynians used to be called the DULebes." I believe it was the Neuri on the northern Bug that were near Doly (the two Bug rivers have sources at L'viv). In the Dulebes article, they are suggested in a link to "Dulo of Bulgaria.)"

I don't ever recall coming across the Busani / Buzhani even though I have been to the Goplan article several times over the years. Neither "Busani" nor "Buzhan" are coming up in all my files. But this is excellent for tracing Buz, son of Nahor, to the Busani while "Nahor" itself traces to "Neuri (wolf liners). It just so happens that Boyds use the check colors of the Ghibellines-line Hohens. See the Boyd Crest possibly in the Point(er) Crest (both use the same two fingers pointing). Point(er)s were (very likely) of the Punch's/Poynte's that were in-turn Panico's i.e. known Ghibellines fighters that lost to Guelphs of Bologna. Therefore, the Guelphs versus Ghibellines look like Nahor wolf liners versus Buzites out of Goplo.

Why are Boyds (known Dol-Stewarts to Bute) tracing to the Panico's? I think we need to ask the Allieni at Forum Allieni that I traced to Trypillians around L'viv and Doly. It's been quite a few years since I've traced the Stewarts from Dol to Nahorites.

Going back to the Hareb / Garb topic, French Harveys (looks Payen-ish) use a version of the Garb / Gobel Shield, and were first found in the same place (Paris) as Levi's and Chappes'. Hugh de Payen married Chappes. Back now to the Willis topic as it concerns the Ghibelline / Guelph theater in the Bologna to Florence stretch.

The Allieni entity was essentially in an unbuilt area (i.e. now Ferrara) in the first century AD, and may therefore have been under the control of Este. Boyds trace to Bute (the raven-conquered island), and then the Bute/Butt Coat (looks Payen-ish / Panico-ish) uses, not only estoile's that are definietly code for Este, but a "Possunt" motto term smacking of "Busani" elements. PLUS, the Bozons use three arrows in the gold-on-royal-blue colors of the Bagnas Coat! That's very important for the Boyd / Point / Punch/Poynte / Panico trace to Busani suspect at Goplo who later named the Ghibellines.

In the next update (hopefully I'll get to it by then), you can see why the Joseph-related Charo/Claro/Chiaro surname traces excellently to the Boso surname for more reason that the two sharing the same upright bull. I will then suggest (for a good Boves-of-Cuneo reason) a link to the Italian Boy/Bove surname using a bull, and yet it's in the colors of the same design used by German Bachs (another "cruce" motto term, used by Jeffersons!) whom I traced to "APACHNAS" without doubt. I can now add that the stars in the Bach Chief are in the colors of the Panico/Panetta / BAGNAS Chief simply because the latter were also from Apachnas. Baggs ("est" motto term) and Bachs both use "spes". End insert]

The Washington / Batti/Botti stars are in the colors of the Willis stars, suggesting that "Willis/Velis" is from "Wallis/Valais". Hmm, the Wallis/Wallace surname uses a lion in the colors of the Drop/Trope / Strange lion, and then Alans of Dol liked to use, "Walter." Moreover, these lion colors are Wassa-star colors, and then the Wallace lion is used exactly by Joplins/Joblins, important because Cheps/JEPPS and Jeffersons/JEPHsons are tracing to Washingtons. Jeffersons/Jephsons even use a griffin in Joplin lion colors! Therefore, add the Joplins/Joblins to the growing list of Jabesh suspects.

I'll even bet you a pine cone that "Joblin" is a variation of the Gobelin variation of Gobels with Macey Shield (mullets, a Wassa/Gace symbol) and showing the Masci wing design until last year!!! That is extremely important where I say that Jabesh traced from Meshwesh of Israel to Maschi's and Mieszko-based Maezaei!!! Wow! It's tracing the 600 Benjamites to the Goplo Mouse Tower!!! And therefore to Mieszko ancestry. [And the Ghibellines / Goplani are now tracing to "Jabesh".]

This is not the first time that Josephs traced to Jabesh elements. The first time that I checked the Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs, it was on account of loading the article on a Magor location of Monmouthshire (which is when I found Monmouthshire's Chepstow location) due to the "mago" motto term of Josephs!!!! It was at that time that it dawned on me that "Caiaphas" may have been a version of "Jabesh."

In this picture, where Masonry respects the line from the 600 Benjamites that married the women of Jabesh, the Maceys / Masci's are the most-important entity, explaining why they call themselves FreeMASONs. But where "Jabesh" traces to Jebusites at Jerusalem, that should explain the use of the Zionist star by Wassa's, Weis', and Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs. But in the case where "Willis/Velis" traces to the Wallis canton around Sion, it appears indeed that the Velis-honorong Griffins trace with Jeffersons to the 600 Benjamites / Jebusites.

Aha! English Gobelins (a ship) use the colors of the Cheshire garbs (which I trace to the garbs of Wassa-suspect Gascony), which are also the Joseph garb colors, and then Josephs and Gobelins were first found in the same place (Hampshire)!!!!!! That was so important. And it underscores the importance of tracing "Joseph" to "Gois / Guis / Gace" = Guido lines out of the Setta theater. There is a good chance here that the Gill / Will / Julian / Wallis terms all trace to Jabesh-GILead.

Italian Gobels were first found in Mantua, about 60 miles north-west of Bologna. These Gobels use a camel, which links to the Pepin-Crest camel because mythical Popiel was the first character at Goplo's Mouse Tower. It just so happens that the Pepoli's were first found in Bologna...while Bologna was a Guelph entity, Battifolle (i.e. right beside Poppi) was a Ghibellines entity under Guido Guerra. It's quite confusing at this point while things merely begin to de-fog.

I traced Halls (years ago, not now for shallow convenience) to mythical Helen of Troy, a swan child. The other Joseph surname uses a swan. The swan is very much a part of this Setta picture, and besides, I traced the Trypillian Scythians back to lake Sevan's Soducena location, where I imagine the Sittaceni settled who named the Setta valley. Helen was code for the Hellespont in Mysia, and for that reason I claimed that Halls and Massey liners were fundamentally related. Therefore, where we find Halberts, we should also find the Maschi's / Masci's...because Halberts / Alberts are Mysians from the Hellespont.

Mythical Helle, the known representation of Hellespont, had a brother (PHRYXus/Phrixes) that should trace to FRIGG, Odin's wife, wherefore the Odin cult of northern Italy should be in the Ottone's, first found in PERUGia. I trace the Perusia version of "Perugia" to Pharisee liners, and then traced Pharisee liners also to the Free / Frye / Freie bloodline with Phreeze variation, important because Frey of Scandinavia looks like a version of "Frigg." Moreover, I trace "Pharisee" to mythical Paris Trojans in Mysia's Parion location, and it just so happens that the mythical Trojan war started when Paris abducted Helen from Sparta; thereafter, she was "Helen of Troy."

AHA! Popoli's (first found in the same place as Rocco's) use the German Hall Shield!!! It's so amazing to find it right in the middle of a Hall trace to Halberts of Bologna!!! Bamm-Bamm! It means that the German Pape's/Papeliers/PAPENBURGs (the Rocco / Trager design?), who use the Hall talbots in colors reversed, were a branch of Popoli's (Apophis-branch Hyksos, right? from Troy at the Hellespont, right? from Paphlagonian Heneti, right?). Pape's were first found in Hamburg, where Massey-related Trips/Trefs were first found who I say were a Trypillian branch of Roxolani-suspect Roquefeuils [I linked Roxolani to the Neuri]. Therefore, the Trypillians (i.e. includes Skits etc., at the Setta valley) at Forum Allieni are suspect with Halberts and Pepoli's at Bologna.

In the Ottone write-up: "In the 9th century A.D. the city [of Perusia] was a papal territory but remained true to the Guelphs. Records are found in 1280, when Oddo Oddi was mayor of Parma." As Parion was also called, Parium, the peoples thereof trace easily to the naming of Parma. It explains why the white-on-red fleur of Masseys (Pegasus Gorgons) are found in the Parm/Palm Coat. Therefore, Gorgons from Parion were in Perusia. As the Parion Gorgons were mythical Muses, note that Ottone Visconti ruled at Massino-Visconti, meaning that Mysians named that place in merger with a Vis entity. What was that Vis entity, do you think? Take a wild guis. It wassa hard thing to figure out, but it now goz without saying.

English Palmers/Parmers are using the Washington bars in black, right? Palmers/Parmers and Parms/Palms with "palma" motto term were first found in the same place, York, co-founded by the Parisii namers Paris, France. There are amateur historians who mock the idea of tracing Paris and other Frenchmen to Troy. Washington were first found downstream from Yorkshire, in Lancashire. Italian Palmers (in Popoli colors) were first found in the same place (Naples) as Rocco's and Popoli's. They can be traced to Bologna by way of Pepoli's being first found there, and where it's correct to trace proto-Rockefeller lines to BattiFOLLE.

Indeed, the Bidens/Buttons should trace to the Budini (near Kiev of the Ukraine at one point), suspect with Roxolani of the Ukraine. The Po (flows by Ferrara and Copparo) was also the BODENcus/BODINcus at one time, and then the Bidens/Buttons use the same cap as the Capelli's, first found at Ferrara. As Joplins and Guido-suspect Josephs were first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Bidens/Buttons (and Botters/Budins), that idea is coming to mind that "Caiaphas" was named after a term such as "Jabesh / Jopl(in) / Chep/Jabach." Note the three small gold shields in the Chip Coat that trace to Placentia.

Before finding the Joplins in this update, I had claimed that the naming of Caiaphas traces to the SHEPherd line suspect from general Scipio at Placentia. The Halbert battle-axe's are used in the Shepherd Chief. I'm keeping in mind that the heraldic Chief, the top part of a Shield, may also have been named in honor of CAIAPHas. The Annandale Shield has a red Chief, the color of the Shepherd Chief (black fitchee crosslet in Shepherd Crest was traced in last update to Put/Phut of Libya, and to Foetes/Fussen at lake BODENsee). The Keefs/Keiffe's/Keefers (may be using the Moor / Morgan lion) are in Coffer colors and show what looks like the Vince/Vinci griffin design in a different position, important for making the Caiaphas link in yet another way to the da-Vinci entity.

It was only two updates ago that the blue-and-gold checks in the Arms of Bologna were stressed by me for the first time. I now find that Scottish Popes (Caithness) use checks in those colors, as do Rabins using a raven and therefore suspect from "Ravenna." From two updates ago, I had the Dutch Nassau lion in mind as a version of the lion in the Arms of Bologna, and here I now find the Bologna checks in CaithNESS, named in part after a Ness river! Plus, when one enters Vannes," the Dutch Ness/Nest surname comes up with the Washington bars!! It's tracing the Nassau's to the Vain/Van/Phone bloodline out of Fano, isn't it, where the 600 Benjamites trace. That's where Janszoon's partner with Veenboer surname traced.

Again, German Alberts use an eight-pointed star in colors reversed to the same of Batti's/Botto's, and then Poppi is smack beside Battifolle:

Poppi probably derived its name from the Roman family known as "Pupia " who once owned large estates here.

In the Middle Ages Poppi was the seat of the powerful Guidi Counts who ruled in Tuscany until the time of Charlemagne [early 800s], ruling over 200 castles...

...The Guidi Counts of Battifolle, leaders of the Ghibelline party (branch of Welfs), had their headquarters here [at Poppi] from 1191...

Aha! English Alberts use the Willis / Griffin / Scott griffin design too! It means that the 600 Benjamites leading to Jeffersons led also to Guido's of an Albert name. From two updates ago: "...a page in Italian on the counts of Panico, where we find 'Alberto di Guido' in conjunction with a "val del Setta" and a "il Gozzadini."" GOZZAdini??? Does Washington DC know about this? Panico is now merely a small village beside MarzaBOTTO.

It's now astounding that, while the motto of the Sadducee-based Shaws is also that of the Griffins (they were a branch of Fano's), I have just learned that the Saddock/SEDwick Coat is in play in the Enfield Coat, important because Enfields and English Willis were first found in the same place (Berkshire), while an enfield griffin is used by Scottish Willis/Velis'! There is a "swan's head" in the English Velis/Vale Crest! Reminder: "Willis/Velis" (honored in the Griffin motto) is now tracing hard to "Walis/Valais" (the Swiss canton) where Sadducee / Caiaphas lines are expected to trace, wherefore lets not forget the Joseph swan or the SITTEN location in Wallis canton.

It's very hard to make out the swan head in the Velis/Vale Crest. I think I can see the crosslet design as used by Pinks and Point(er)s. If true, it traces the Velis/Vale swan to the Panico's in the Setta valley. It's perfect for a "Setta" trace to Soducena at lake Sevan.

Both Enfields and Saddocks use a smaller shield (on a large Shield) surrounded by the same eight, white footless martins (think Covert/Coffert martins here), and then a small gold Shield, symbol of the Scute's (!), is in the Enfield Crest. This is tracing Saddocks/SEDwicks straight to the Setta valley, as expected, because Willis' (who use enfield griffins) share the Scott griffin design in Crest. The small gold shield of Enfields is also in the Veen/Vain/Bean Crest (= Fano bloodline that uses the motto roughly of Griffins), and the latter surname is suspect from Idris of Morocco. The Griffin motto uses, "vile velis," as if part code for the Will branch of Willis'/Velis'.

It just so happens that the enfield griffin uses the head of a fox, and then the fox is tracing to Fes of Morocco.

I've reported in the past that the Scott griffin is also the Will griffin (this now traces Wills to Wallis/Valais too), and that the so-called "half griffin" of Wills is code for the Half/Help Coat using the hourglass Shield! It's tracing Scotts to the Skits and Scheds/Sheds who use the Guido hourglass Shield in colors reversed. The Will griffin likewise holds a battle axe. You can view the enfield griffin of Willis/Velis' in their alternative Coat from the Will/Wyllis surname.

The Will griffin is blue and identical to the blue griffin in the Jefferson Crest! It traces the 600 Benjamites with Wills to "Wallis" and therefore to Sion/Sitten, as expected.

Recall that the Jefferson crew traced to Chepstow and SEDbury on the Gloucestershire-Monmouthshire border. It just so happens that the Half/Help surname was first found in Gloucestershire. What's amazing here is that the hourglass of Halfs/Helps can form a blue-on-white Zionist star, the color of the one in the Israeli flag, but as per this discussion, it's colors reversed to the Zionist star in the Chep/Jepp/Jabach Coat, the Coat that uses a Roman eagle in the colors of the Velis/Vale eagle.

Recall that the Vain/Van/Phone lines from Fano trace to Botters at the Massa-Carrara area, for I trace these Lake Van > Veneti > Fano lines to Muskerry, and then the Kerry hourglass is colors reversed from the Half/Help hourglass. It's to be expected here that "Help" is a version of "Halbert"...of Guido elements in Bologna = Bononia. See the Bononia-like motto term of Orrs below.

Recall that the Washingtons in this picture trace to a white-on-red saltire as granted to Gascony for its flag, and then see the same saltire in the Curry/Corry surname. The Scottish Curry write-up traces to "Corrie in Dumfriesshire," and then Annandale is in Dumfries so that the Curry/Corry saltire must be a colors-reversed version of the Annandale saltire. This then traces Currys/Corrys to Placentia's Ananes Gauls, and it just so happens that the small gold shields / squares of the Scute's / Enfields / Veens/Vains/Beans. Isn't it amazing that Janszoon was involved with a Veenboer surname while Janszoon traced to Washingtons whom I view as Caiaphas liners, and here we are tracing the Washington-suspect Currys to Placentia?

[When, later, "Curry" seems to trace to Guido "GUERRA," I forget that Currys were first found in the same place as Annandale, important because Guido-Guerra was from the area in which more Caiaphas lines will be found. It's proving that Currys trace to Ananias lines. Therein is the importance of the Guerra's, wherefore wait and see who the Guerra's are.]

Note that both Curry Crests use roosters, which brings to mind the Jonathan-Maccabee rooster. Then see the "MacCurry" variation that easily morphs from/to "MacOrry." The see the Orr write-up and note that Orrs use piles in Curry-saltire colors : "...Orr also came form the Old Norse name Orri, which meant 'black rooster..." If there was ever an Orr connection to the Norse rooster, "Orri' may not have been the original term. In any case, I did trace the Jonathan rooster to the Sinclair rooster, and Sinclairs were Norse. The point here is that Orrs and Currys/Corrys/Corrie's look like one family line. It's important because the hourglass Kerrys trace to Bologna's hourglass Guido's, and while Bologna was also Bononia, Orrs use "Bonia omnia bona" as a motto [Orrs turn out to be from the Awraba Berbers].

Plus, Orrs were first found in Renfrewshire, and I trace "Renfrew" to "Reno," while the Setta valley is a tributary of the Reno, which river passes right through Bologna. The Wrens, said to be from "Rennes," share purple lions with Skiptons who trace to general Scipio, and then the Scipio rings appear to be in use centrally in the Italian Albert Coat (Bologna), and these rings are in the colors of the Ottone/Otto rings, while Ottone Visconti was the first VISconti ruler of Milan. Isn't it true that the Wassa bloodline linked to VISconti's? (The Wren Crest is a broken spear in the design of the Dunham spear; Singletarys use a broken spear.)

By what cosmic coincidence do the Orrs (in Wassa colors) use the GUIScard/Wisheart/WISEheart (Weis = Wassa elements?) piles in colors reversed while "Guis" brings up the Guido Coat??? Clearly, the Guido Guerra / Albert Guido line(s) was Templar-important. Below, Gualdrada of Ravignani is Guido Guerra's grandmother, wherefore keep the Washington raven in mind:

According to tradition, the Guidi family had come to Italy from Germany with Otto I (912-973), in about 948, and the Casentino was granted by the Emperor Otto IV (1175-1218) of Germany to the Gualdrada dei Ravignani [sounds raven-ish, maybe of Ravenna], wife of Count Guido (called the "Elder"). The powerful and perhaps most famous figure was Guido Guerra, Marquis of Tuscany and adopted son of the Countess Matilda of Canossa (1046-1115).

I'm quoting that because my new suspicion is that Ottone's were from Otto I. In any case, the white-on-red saltire that I trace to Gascony, and used by Orr-suspect Currys/Corrys, was traced to the Oettingen saltire. Note the elephant-like symbol in the Oettingen Arms, for elephants are now tracing to the elephants of Sale (Morocco), where Washington-related Janszoon was boss.

In consideration of my hunch that the Guis term registered with the Guido surname was short for a Guisepi version of "Giuseppe" because the Joseph and Gois surnames share swans, here's what I just found online: "Lo stesso prete, credo, accompagnava il Gozzadini dal conte Giuseppe..." I don't know my Italian very well, but here's my translation: "The same priest, I think, accompanied il Gozzadini of count Giuseppe..."

No sooner did I trace the Ferrara Allieni to Montferrat that YS emailed to tip us off on the Cabrera's...of Agrigento, where I ended up finding proto-Washingtons. I didn't yet know about the marriage of Montferrat to Guido Guerra. The Agrigento topic exploded into the Cyrenians that found the Senussi's who had ancestry in the Templar bedrock of Idris Moroccans...who are now being found as the Jacques-de-Molay line in the Guido's of Imola, smack at the Ferrara theater where the Guido-related Allieni were by 70 AD. Amazing. The chief priests of Israel escaped to the Allieni, didn't they, because Caiaphas had been born from the Guido bloodline there, whatever it was then called, suspect from the Scipio entity of those times, clearly from Jupiter and the Japodes, what later became the Shepherds / Chips / Cheps.

[During the proof read, I took to task the statement, "whatever it was then called," and placed a 'W' in place of 'Qu' to seek what Guido's may have been in W-terms. The Wheats/Wete's came to mind because they are in Coffer colors, and because I've traced Caiaphas / Sadducee lines to Wheats. I may have mentioned this before, I don't know for sure, but the Wheats/Wete's use a fesse in colors reversed from the English Geddy fesse. Therefore, possibly, the Guido's were also the Wettins, but in any case, Guido's as Wheats/Wete's trace with Scottish Geddes' to Placentia, right where we'de expect Caiaphas lines. Safe to say, we should view Guido's as a merger with chief-priest lines from Israel.

With the Geddes, we are right back to their Pike / Picken kin whom I view as Apachnas elements...i.e. same as Panico's. The latter, like Guido Guerra, was a Ghibellines entity.]

But there is more, noting also the pelicans of Scottish Pattersons, what became a Stewart symbol. We just finished tracing the Guis variation of Guido's to Pattersons/Cussane's / Guissane's, but then there were the GUIScards of Sicily who should prove to involve Agrigento's heraldry. Guiscards were of the house of Rollo, meaning they were Sinclairs, the ones suspect thus far as founders of the Senussi. The Guiscards/WIShards are now suspect as the Washington factor amongst the Guido's, and for more on that, the VISconti's should apply.

The common factor between the Rimini, Cuneo, and Agrigento are the Masci's and Messina's using roughly the same Coat, and it's Messina's who use the de-Molay patee cross in colors reversed, as do Peks/Pecks...while Polish Packs use the Massey fleur. French Packs use the Bach steer in red, and probably the Panico oak. It's the Massey-Hyksos at hand. Plus, as Tanners merged with the chief Sinclair line at Normandy, let me repeat that German Tanners and Maschi's of Rimini share pine themes while Tanners trace to the Tanaro river at Montferrat / Langhe.

While reading up on the Janszoon pirates, I was led to an article on the ancestry of Sale's Berbers in a Mascara location of western Libya. It evoked the Sales-of-Mascy, and then entering "Mascar" got the Masci's with Mascarello / Mascherel variations. Excellent. I now know that Masci's trace to Mascara, and that they linked up with Sale of Morocco.

I noted that Mascara is near Tripoli, but for now I'll waive a Tripoli trace to Trypillians because the city looks to be named as Tri-poli, i.e. not a Trip term. I'll waive it, but I'll keep in mind that I traced both the Trypillians and Libya's Meshwesh to Amazons at Mazaca. On my atlas, Tripoli is "TARAbulus." It reminded me of the Atter/Tyre surname, using a version of the Veen/Van/Vain/Bean Coat,s and it just so happens that while Janszoon's partner in crime was a Veenboer surname, the Veens/Vans traced to Fano at Rimini, where Maschi's were first found. How about that. Heraldry tells all.

The Alexander and MacDonald mottoes are, "Per mare, per terras," important because the Atters/Tyre's and Veens/Vane's both use the MacDonald ship, as do Mere's and DeMere's of Cheshire, where Masci's lived as part of the Maceys that traced to the Garb / Harvey / Joplin / Gobelin / line of Joseph Caiaphas (we now know that the Cheshire garbs belong to the Garbs = Garebites = Jebusite partners). In other words, the MacDonald ship is code for the Janszoon and/or Veenboer pirates, and the MacDonald "terras" term is code for TaraBULUS, not forgetting that Alexanders are from Alexander Balas who was suspect as from the Salyes Ligurians that founded Sale in Morocco. In other words, Alexander's Seleucids are suspect at ancient Tripoli.

Mascara and Tripoli are beside Tunisia (very close to southern Sicily), what I claimed to be named by the Meshwesh-Egyptian dynasty in Tanis. In southern Tunisia, right close to Mascara and Tripoli, is Ile de Jerba (Gareb suspect), and then a small jog inland from that island is Medenine, smacking of Modane, Modena, and Modiin, Hasmonean-suspect locations. It's important because the Hasmonean homeland of Modiin (in Israel) may have been named by a location outside of Israel, and valued by the Seleucid ancestors of Alexander Balas. Remember, these ancestors are from proto-Obama Apama (I'm fairly convinced, so I'll run with that idea), and Obama's lines always trace to Masci's, especially to the Masci's at the Goplo Mouse Tower that are now identified as Garb-related Gobelins/Gobels.

Popeye the Pirate Man Was a Fink

Recall that the Dunns and Sans share the same eagle, for that eagle, in the same colors, has just been found in a Senussi-suspect Spinks surname that was the result of a wild guess. It's funny how this happened. I was reading this and shaking my head:

The etymology of the word Poppi [the location at Battifolle] is still debated by historians...Some historians argue that perhaps the name derives from "populus", that is poplar. Other scholars believe that the name derives from a "Gens Pompilia'" (pompilia family) and others from the "Gens Pupia " {this hypothesis is very generally accredited} and, according to others from "poplo", that is, "hill, relief".

Finally, according to other scholars, the name of Poppi comes from its shape similar to the stern of a ship.

I think totally different from historians. I don't try to trace terms to local features on the landscape. Pagans had gods and bloodline lust so that they were not going to name a city very often after a local tree species. I say Poppi was named after the Hyksos line from king Apepi, and we saw above a trace of Popoli's to the Hall Coat, and how that traced excellently to the Hellespont Gorgons, to pagan gods such as Odin and Frigg, and to Papes and Popes. There were talbots in that discussion, both of the Pope's and Halls / Hulls, and I know why those talbots are there, as per Taillebois of Lincolnshire, wife of Ranulph le Meschin, the Cheshire ruler who traces to Mascara. That should explain why the Helen Coat uses the horses of the Pepins and of the Massey pegasus, in the format of the Hall / Hull Coats. Le-Meschin descended from MalaHULE, and so we should trace him to Hulls, first found in Yorkshire, co-founded by the Paris-of-Troy line to the Parisii.

But I traced "Malahule also to "Mali," down Africa way to the south of Morocco, beside Mauritania. There was an old reason for that trace that I cannot recall, aside from my trace of Tuareg Berbers to Piedmont (where Masci's were first found), but here I am finding that Masci liners were in Morocco as proto-Templars. It just so happens that Sinclairs, to whom Malahule belonged, were the ugly guts of the Templars. And Sinclairs were enterprising pirates long before Janszoon took his apprenticeship, fool. I cannot as God's servant write about these things without showing some emotion. I'm not like the expert writers who state facts without emotion. Wikipedia and other encyclopedia's are great at that, like talking automatrons rather than humans. Pirates are wicked destroyers. They kill, they cheat life, they steal.

Before I had read the Poppi quote above, Popeye came to mind. I can't recall why he came to mind, but do know it was in regard to the Pepoli discussion. I have suspected for years that Pop-eye was a Cyclops code, and it just so happens that Popeye, the of cartoon show, yes, had a setting in Italy. As soon as I read the Poppi quote above, I began asking what in the Popeye cartoon could be code, and "spinach" came to mind, which evoked the Spinks surname.

Just as I was about to load the Spinks surname, the browser was opened at the Target surname using owls, and that recalled that Spanish Olive's (Aragon) use owls, important because Popeye's girlfriend was Olive Oyl. Amazing coincidence, especially due to Popeye being a sailor man i.e. a pirate, right? English Olive's were first found in the same place (Northampton) as Jansons and Spinks!

The pirates of modern Illumimnation did not only seize the educational channels, to turn educators into automatrons not passing judgments on pirates, but they even seized the minds of little children via cartoons to give them their pirate training before parents have the chance to turn them into decent human beings. And the New Educators, who tell us that spanking children makes them violent, are quite alright not passing judgment on violent cartoons and movies, as if they don't train the youth to use violence. Is it really the spanking of kids that makes them walk into schools as teens with rifles, to shoot up a classroom? This didn't happen when I was young. What changed? The world slipped out of the hands of the ethical, and went into the hands of the pirates, the New Educators.

English Olive's use greyhounds in place of wolves and talbot dogs. This Olive Coat looks like a version of the Heath/Hethe Coat in that both use roosters too. The Jonathan rooster traced to the Heath/Hethe rooster in the 2nd update of this month. The Meeks (mallard duck) suggested by the Heath/Hethe motto were not an eye-popping topic until the 3rd update of this month (the last update).

If "Oyl" is code for a surname, perhaps it's for the Yells, from a Yell location in Shetland. The Yells may be using the Alexander / Senussi crescents in colors reversed.

Why did I load the Target surname? It was on account of the "bot a targe" phrase in the Veen/Vane motto (I can't stop laughing and shaking my head as I write), and then the Spinks Coat loaded to show the Danser talbot design!!! Veenboer and Danser were the surnames of Janszoon's two pirate friends! It means that a buffoon created Popeye and his spinach to honor the Moroccan pirates.

The Sailor surname has a write-up tracing to "a 'leaper' or 'dancer,'" clearly code for Dansers. More buffoons, liars, pirates. The Sailer surname uses black wolves in place of the Danser black talbot dogs.

As you can see, both use the same black talbot in their respective Crests. And the Dansers are the one's using the Hull / Hall talbot-triplet in colors reversed. The Dansers use the Pape/Pappenburg/Papelier talbot triplet in the same colors, meaning that this was the Pape's were the Popeye bloodline, so to speak, and he ate spinach as a symbol of his strength from the Spinks bloodline, I suppose.

Popeye was created by Elzie Crisler Segar, and I trace Seagars to Sigrid the Haughty, a Mieszko merger with Trabzon elements of the Haught/Houghton kind. The Seger Crest shows three ostrich feathers that can link to the Traby feathers. Segers were first found in Pomerania, a term that may trace to Fomerian pirates. The Popeye comic strip and cartoon had Wimpy, who ate nothing but HAMBURGers, and Pape's/Papenburgs/Papeliers were first found in HAMBURG, near Pomerania. Therefore, Popeye looks like code for the Pape's/Pappenburgs > Babbenbergs > Bebbanburghs...who I traced to Apepi/Apophis, the ruler of Egypt immediately after the Exodus pharaoh.

Then, as a branch of those Hyksos became the 600 Benjamites, there is the coincidence of a white-on-blue Zionist star appearing in both the Crisler surname and the Chep/Jepp/Jabach Coat.

The Seager/Sugar surname (moline cross, traces to Moulay Idriss) uses a snake, and then mythical Sugaar was a snake god, husband of Mari, a Basque goddess, interesting because Janszoon-related Washingtons (German Jansons use the Washington bars) traced to Gascony, land of the Basques (lived on the sea route between Morocco and England). The green coiled snake (Asclepios) in the Seagar Crest is even between wings of the Janson-wing design. Just like that, the creator of Popeye is tracing to Janszoon pirates yet again.

The Janson Coat showing these wings use the same cross design as Samsons, and the ESCALLOPs of the latter surname are code for the Scylla monster, the entity that belonged to ASCLEPios, from Scala on Patmos, the mythical son of Chora (a real city on Patmos), the line to Coronis > Cyrene = proto-pirates of the raven symbol that included the Janszoon crew, the gum under God's shoe, now slightly suspect as part of the line that furnished the Senussi Muslims proper, and even Obama's mother. I traced "Patmos" to Patricians > KilPATricks, who use a version of the Johnson Coat. But in myth, Scylla was a multi-headed dog monster that ate sailors at sea...code for pirates, right?

As we are on the Patmos topic, note that, like the SENESchal-related Spinks, the Peters use mascles (and a "major" motto term suggesting the anchor-using Majors/Magors). I may not have mentioned this detail had not two other Peter Coats used the same bend as Jacques de Molay (!), as that traces Peters to a merger with Idris-line Moroccans. One Peter bend even shows a raven. Therefore, the patee cross of Jacques de Molay, and all patee crosses, may be symbol of an entity from Patmos, where God showed John the 666 vision, and the brutal end of the pirate-led world. Today, classy pirates in fine suits rule the world because they no longer operate wholly illegally; they pillage by making laws to benefit their operations.

There is now the question of whether the Janszoon group were in Morocco because they had been from the Idris Berbers in the first place. I traced Peters with little doubt to Peter Pollock of Rhothes castle at a Spey location in Elgin (he had titles in Moray), and then the raven vikings of Shetland conquered into Rothesay (not the location of Rothes castle, but a Roth link between the two is possible).

Are the Peter mascles those of the Spinks and SENESchals? Yes, at least indirectly, even as I traced Pollocks to Mieszko's behind mascles. The Peter Coat above uses scallops in the colors of the Sans eagle (highly suspect as the American eagle), and then the Peter motto uses "Sans." Sinclair ravens, right, who became the Senussi line along with the Spinks, right? Yes, for entering "Senes" gets the Sinclairs. And then the Spinks themselves use the Sans eagle! There is your proof that Sans, Sens, Senes', and Seneschals are all related to Sinclair pirates, the gum removed from God's shoe and tossed into the fire.

Yes, for the crescent colors of the Sens/Senn Coat (patee cross) is in use in the crescents of Patons, important because Jansons use a "patonce" cross. Therefore, the line to the Senussi-Muslim Libyans must connect in some way to the Janszoon pirates, not forgetting that the Sans / Spink eagle is used by Dunns...whom traced in other ways to the Senussi Libyans.

"In 1988, Ocean Comics released the Popeye Special written by Ron Fortier with art by Ben Dunn."

Elgin is at Moray, explaining why the Elgin surname was first found at Morayshire. The colors of the Elgins are those of the Scottish Randolph's rulers of Moray who lead to Obama's Dunham/DOWNham/DOUNham bloodline. The Down/Doun Coat uses a stag in Moray-star colors, as well as a single black-on-white star, the colors of the Elgin stars.

The Spinks mascles are white on blue, the colors of the Hind Coat lozenges, and then the Jansons use a hind! Once again, it seems obvious that the spinach of Popeye was code for the Spinks.

Popeye's saying was, "I'm strong to the finish, because I eat my spinach." Irish Finns, I'm noting, use mascles too. The three Finn mascles are in Chief, a replica, it seems of the three same-colored lozenges in the Arms of Thomas Randolph, first earl of Moray. French Finns/Faints/Feins use the three bars of the Haughts/Houghton in colors reversed.

[As the creator of Popeye was a Haught-liner, we could expect her to use spinach as code for Haught kin. It's interesting here that while the Arms of Guillestre were found earlier to be a near match with the Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs Coat, the latter uses the Zionist star in the colors of the same of Crislers while Guillestre uses a cross in the shape and colors, basically, of the flag of FINNland. The Finn Coat is in the colors of the Arms of Finland. Jeffersons (who link to Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs) use a "cruce" motto term for a Cruce bloodline that should included the Crislers/Chryslers/Kreislers. A Giuliano Coat has just been found for my first time, using a black one headed eagle. The Giuliano surname shows Zul-using variations that may have to do with the Salyes.]

"I'm strong to the finish" suggests the Strong Coat (Somerset) that just happens to be the Sans eagle design on a red Shield. I didn't know that above when emphasizing the Sans'.

The Poppys/Popleys/Popelys use black and white, the colors that I've found commonly in Paphlagonian lines. Assuming that this surname is grouped with whatever surname the Popeye creator(s) had in mind, it's interesting because its variations are much like the Popoli surname (Naples) using nearly the split Shield of Decks/Deckers/DAGGERs. It's evocative of "PoopDECK" character in the Popeye cartoon. By what coincidence do Wimpys use a "dagger" in Crest? Therefore, it's true, Popeye was code for the namers of Pavia on the Ticino river, where the Laevi lived. Expect Pape's / Pope's to trace there.

I'd read that Pavia in northern Italy is also "Papia," and then the Italian Pavia Shield is split once again like the Deck/Decker Coat. All three -- Popoli's, Decks, and Pavia's -- are split horizontally with the red half on the bottom. I had traced the Decks to "TICino," the River that Pavia is situated on. The Laevi were on that the Ticino, wherefore the Covert-like look of the English Pavia Coat is very convincing for a Covert/Coffert trace to "Caiaphas."

Moreover, Poppys/Popleys were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Corns (both use black Shields), and Popeye's pipe was a corn pipe. The Corns are in the colors of the Pipe's, the latter first found in the same place as the Strongs.

The Peeble's/Peoples (Poppy/Popley colors) with the parrots seem a pirate theme.

Pepins use the same Coat as Pipe's, but with a "Mens" motto term, perhaps in code with "I'm Popeye the sailor man." I cannot recall the other Pepin-related surname using a "Mens" motto term. The Man Coat just happens to use a rough-edge fesse in colors reversed from the rough-edge fesse of Pape's/Papenburgs...the one's with the Danser talbots, important because the Danser talbots belong to Halls, a branch of which uses the split Shield of Popoli's. We are dansering in circles here.

[Insert -- Later in the update, the Josephs will link to the founding of Scotland in a surprising way from Guis'/Guido's, Panico's, and neighboring Vains/Vans/Phone's at Faenza who come up as "Fein" and "Fiens." This trace to the first king of Scotland (he will look like a Halbert from the Guido family) will include the Winchesters, and Saer de Quincy of Winchester, wherefore I'd like to record here that the Quince mascles are in the colors of the Winchester and Finn mascles, and colors reversed to the seven mascles of Finn-like Quince's, first found in the same place as the hind-using Jansons! Therefore, "finish" was code for the Finn / Fein / Vain bloodline, from the Maschi's, for whom the mascles are code, first found in Rimini, between Fano and Ravenna.

I watched Popeye as a child, the earliest television experience I can recall. I remember that Popeye pronounced "finish" something like, "finich" or even "finichk" and so I looked up similar terms to find a Shield filled with lozengy, in the colors of the Winchester / Finn / Quincy hollow lozenges, in the "Jewish" Fink/Finncke Coat!!! Mrs. Seger knew exactly what she was doing: feeding children a cartoon based on depraved pirates in the real world. And she was obviously in-the-know of heraldry links.

The surname is also "Finkel," and then there's a swan in a German Finkel Coat. The surname reminds me of the tattoo-line Pinks et-a, part of the Guido trace to the tattoo-loving Picts who became the first SCOTtish king...from the Guido-related SKITs, right? The Trypillian Scythians, right, named SCOTland, right? The founders of Glasgow, right? Yes, for Glasgows ("flourish" motto term should trace to Florence, very near Poppi and Batttifolle) use the black martin design in the Fink Crest. Do not miss this topic, for it is the best-ever trace to the mother and father of Pontius Pilate, which traces the Pilate pheons to the "Phone" variation of Vains/Vans. Therefore, see the Pilate pheons in the Lord Coat, itself in the colors of the Glasgow Coat; the Glasgow motto uses, "Lord." You understand that an arrow shot in the dark is not going to hit the mark, so that when heraldry speaks forcefully like this, there's something to it.

Reminder: Glasgow is in RENfrew that itself traces to the Reno river, home to Panico's. Lords (in the colors of Bach- and Pack/Paques-related Packs) share blue cinquefoils with Baggs', the ones using Janson wings, another oak tree, and a Chief-with-three symbols all in the colors of the Bagnas and Panico Chiefs. The Baggs even use a lozengy Shield (in Grimald red and white), symbol of the Lombard/Limbaugh surname, first found in Renfrewshire. The Bagg lozengy (i.e in red and white) was owned by the Hohen circle of allies, and indeed it's in the colors of the Hohen / Jansen checks, suggesting that Baggs' and similar others from Apachnas lines were part of the Ghibellines which Panico's and Guido Guerra both fought for.

Therefore, there was indeed a Glasgow-area link to the Apachnas lines around the Panico's who were themselves committed to the lines of Israeli chief priests of the Setta / Copparo theaters. I'll also repeat that while Polish Packs show a reason to link with the Pace surname, the Italian Pace/PACENti surname [looks like a version of the Pilate pheons shared by Lords] was first found at Bologna, and use crossed spears, the symbol of Spears/Speers, first found in Renfrewshire. The new revelation is that this picture traces to the first Scott king, who himself will shortly trace to Idris and Awraba Berbers.

Prior to tracing Pinks and Punch's to Panico's, they had traced with Peks/Pecks and Packs (both in Massey colors) to the Pek river of a Cuppae theater in Moesia, your perfect picture for finding Apachnas lines with their proto-Massey household leading to the formation of the Israeli chief priests from proto-Maccabee's of the Reno theater. This little paragraph highlights the cancer that God has permitted to grow on earth, the cancer that eats away at the Christ Plan in every regard possible, to deceive the Elect if possible.

I hadn't stressed the Moser surname at that time, not until this update found Mosers at the mother of Johannes Valentin Andreae, co-founder of the Mason-related group now tracing to Janszoon goons. Mosers were first found in Swabia, homefront of Hohens, and use what should be the Ferrari lions, wherefore expect Mosers at the Ferrari-car logo of Stuttgart, for MASERati's (headquarters in Modena) are a sportcars created by the same that created the Ferrari. Mosers are said to be from a Mos surname, which suggests Le Mose at Placentia, perfect, especially as Ferrari's are suspect with Pharisees. Entering "Maser" gets the Massey surname so that the Massey PEGasus is now realized with the Ferrari car logo. The horse logo of Ferrari comes from the horse symbol of Hyksos, right, the peoples behind the mythical Pegasus.

Lords (fesse in colors reversed to the Hind fesse) use cinquefoils in the colors of the Hamptons, who should trace to NorthAMPTON, where a Janszoon bunch ended up, quite apparently. Glasgow is essentially at the tip of the water body, Firth of Forth, and it just floored me to find the Forth surname using a hind! You can see later how this all took place. Don't miss it. Remember, Apachnas named his firstborn, Yanassi, what easily becomes "Janson." Yanassi did not rule Egypt after Apachnas because, says lonely me, he died in the 10th Plague at the staff of Moses. Yet, after God's murder of the Egyptians on horseback with their chariots, the Apachnas line went forward in the arts of the occult, warring still with their Creator, like father, like sons. And God knew that they would become the Rosicrucians and Masons. End Insert]

Popeye has a pipe in his mouth, said to be a corncob pipe. Then, there is an elephant, symbol at this time for Sale, in the Cobb Crest.

[The Corbins/Corbetts (first found where Meschins and Pegasus-related Bellamys were first found, beside the Sale's in Cheshire) use the Cobb elephant design but also the raven, a perfect description of the Janszoon pirates. I trace the heraldic elephant to the Oliphants (using French Massey crescents and the Massey pegasus design with unicorn) that use a "tout" motto term for the Touts/Toots, and Popeye toot-toots with his pipe after he says, "...cause I'm Popeye the sailor man." I'm pretty sure that he says "cause" instead of "because," which can be gleaned as a caw = crow/raven code. Sailers (the Lord fesse?) and Touts/Toots were both first found in Yorkshire.

The raven-related Rollo surname (black boar, ancient symbol of Esau / Edom) uses "PASSe per tout" in the motto, comparable to the "Tour pour" of Oliphants and the "PAScit" of Corbins/Corbetts. It's the Pack / Pace / Pek line from Pegasus Gorgons, isn't it? Elephant-using Cobbs were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Clare's who are a branch of the Rollo pirates.

My explanation is that the elephant was a symbol of lines from Eliphas, son of Esau as he merged with Garebites to form much of the Hyksos, but that the Templar lines stressed the elephants of Morocco because the Eliphas lines were there too...via the Meshwesh = Berbers. Mascalls use the elephant in Crest too, but as Vere's / Varni will trace to the Awraba tribe of Berbers, it should be noted that the Arms of Oxford likewise uses the elephant. In fact, the Gripps/Grabbers will trace with the Varns to the Awraba Berbers wherefore I'll repeat that Voirs/Voyers, accessed from the Oliphant motto, were first found in Gripel of Brittany.]

It's not coincidental that entering "Pipe" gets a version of the Pepin Coat. While Pipe's and Pepins use camels, the Sailer description calls the collar around the wolf's neck a "Gemel," and then the Gemel surname (swan, hearts) was first found in Ayrshire, where Kyle's were first found who trace to Old King Cole, with a pipe, at CAMULodunum (now Colchester). Pipe's were first found in Somerset, where Camels/Gamylls were first found.

German Camels (Bohemia) use a lozenge in the colors of the Hind lozenges, important due to the "hind" used by one Janson Crest. Then, the Reis (also "Rice") surname was likewise first found in Bohemia. What a coincidence. Pirates stick together even after they're dead. I suppose that the bulk of modern criminals are the sons of pirate lines. It just so happens that the Spinks use hollow lozenges in these same colors, and as hollow lozenges are mascles, I suppose that these Popeye elements trace also to Mascara, at the Tunis / Carthage theater [where I expect Apachnas lines conducting child-sacrifices (Carthage conducted untold infant sacrifices). It dawns on me here that parent-willing or parent-unwilling sacrifices of children/infants, probably of the firstborn, were in remembrance of Apachnas' firstborn son. Could be].

I've only just found the ravens of the Reece/Rhys Coat after viewing some Reis variations, and in the Reece Crest, the Danser / Spinks talbot dog in gold! It's a version of the Welsh Rice Coat! I would suggest linkage of the "hardi" motto term of Welsh Rice's to the Hardy surname in the Douglas write-up, and therefore to the hearts of the Gemels of Ayrshire, which was also the Douglas theater. Hardys use a version of the Sinclair engrailed cross, and suddenly the engrailed design suggests beloved waves of the sea. [I didn't know while writing here that the Douglas crown should link to the same crown of Alpins who will trace to the Idris Moroccans.]

Heraldry (and its write-ups) is nothing but trickery for keeping track of bloodlines secretly while treating us all with indifference, and even with disregard and spite. What do we suppose the children of the Carthaginian human-sacrifice cults did for a living? There were child abductors in human-sacrifice cults, depicted by Lilith, for one, the owl-related goddess, the demoness who stole children by night. It's not so tooten-toot funny anymore. There can be some argument that pop-eye and the eye of an owl are identical themes. Remember, Olive's (suspect with the Laevi / Levi's / Leafs/Leve's / Olivers) use the owl.

There is a Wimpy/Wimper surname, first found in the same place as Cobbs and Clare's (= pirates). Wimpys use water bougets [a symbol of Corbin-colored Rolphs, though English Rolphs add ravens and what should be the Strange and Drop/Trope lion because the latter were first found in the same place as English Rolphs, and besides they use Shield-and-Chief color combinations in colors reversed. As they were both first found in Norfolk, where Dunhams were first found who use the RANDOLPH Coat, it could be that Randolphs and Rolphs were identical at one point. In any case, Rolphs are tracing to the Trypillians that I traced to Forum Allieni.]

The Wimpy water bougets are in the colors of the Water triple chevron [important because Sinclair-suspect Singletarys use a version of the Water Coat and meanwhile are the basis behind Dunhams that led to president Obama], and then Clare's use a triple red chevron of their own! A water bouget is used by Banesters surrounded by fleur in the colors of the Sale fleur, if that helps to trace water-bouget lines to Morocco's Sale Republic.

Hmm, it may be not a wonder why they say, "for sale," stolen items. And merchants are called "sellers," perhaps for the Seller-based Silures of Sale, for the Janszoon pirates there had set up a merchant operation for their stolen ships, and everything of value on the ships.

This Banes surname is related to the Vains/Vans/Phone's from Fano, because it uses the Mackay dagger in Crest. But French Banes' are the ones using the water triple chevrons so as to link Banes' with Banesters. You get it; this was the Maschi line from Rimini, beside Fano, explaining why Maschi's are shown as "Maskaly," what mascles honor. In other words the five mascles of the Spinks (= Popeye spinach code) trace to Maschi's. As this was the line to the Mieszko's at Goplo, the entire Popeye theme traces to Maschi's as they set up mythical POPiel at Goplo.

But Popiel was removed from power by Piast the Wheelwright, and then Wheelwrights and Singletarys use the same antelope while Singletarys likewise use the triple chevron in colors reversed to the same of Waters and Clare's, meaning that we have a trace of Obama's bloodline (that I routinely trace to Masseys) to the Spinks. That should explain why Spinks, Dunns, and Sans' share the same eagle in the same colors. And while the Sans' were identified as a branch of Senes'/Sinclairs/Suns, so the Spinks share mascles with the Seneca/SENESchal surname, thus identifying the Spinks with Senussi lines.

This trace of Dunhams to Senussi elements is of course important if Obama's grandfather was a Senussi proper of Cyrene. [I've got more to say about this in a future update.]

There is another way to link the Spinks to the Sinclairs and Maschi's both, by way of the pine cones used by both Tanners and Maschi's. The Tanner woman who gave birth to William the Conqueror, captain of a big-time pirate organization Unlimited, married secondly a Conteville, who was a Burgo by blood, and then Dutch Burgs use exactly the Clare triple chevron (it may not be showing at houseofnames as you read this, as it is sometimes shown, sometimes not). Another surname using the same triple chevron is the Dutch Halls, and we have seen Halls link to Dansers already, while Dansers and Spinks share the black talbot in their Crests.

Dutch Halls can trace to Goplo in multiple ways, aside from Halls being a branch of Mysians. The outcome of this trace to Goplo is to cite mythical SiemoWIT of Goplo (great-grandfather of Mieszko I), the all-seeing-eye cult at WITkowo (Poland) as it traces to White's who use the black eagle of the Dutch Boers. We needed to find the Boers who made up "Veenboer." It just so happens that Danish Boers come up also with "Bauer," and as Dansers are suspect as Danes, as are Sinclairs, it's likely that Danish Boers/Bauers apply to Dutch Boers.

The White Shield above (loaded with white quatrefoils) is in the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Tanners. These White's were first found in COLDingham, and then Piast the Wheelwright was named, KOLODziej. Moreover, as I traced Kolodziej to the CELT/COLT surname, note that the latter uses the stag design seen in the Dutch Hall Coat. That's one way to trace Halls to Goplo. But then the Joplins, who already traced with Gobelins to Goplo, use three stars in Chief in the colors of the three stars of the Dutch Halls. As I traced "Poland" to "Pollux," its notable that Helen was his sister.

What's interesting here is that Joplins were first found in the same place as Roddens/Rodhams and Reeds, and then Reeds use the Celt/Colt stag head too (as do Rollo's half way down their page). Joplins have been identified with the name of "Caiaphas," meaning that "Goplo" is a variant of whatever named Caiaphas. Trust me on this. The colors of the stags in the Dutch Hall Coat are the colors of the Joseph swan, and Joplins had linked above solidly to English Josephs and Gobelins, first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Bidens/Buttons who use a "CHAPeau," the symbol of Capelli's at Ferrara [Po river], where I trace the nucleus of the Israeli priesthood. Therefore, the CAPELLi's look like they are a form of whatever named Goplo [which were the Goplani in league with the Busani / Buzhani on the Bug river at L'viv, the city from where I had traced Trypillians to Forum Alieni...that Rolphs just linked to, explaining why Rolphs use water BOUgets, code for Bug-river elements! English Bugs themselves use water bougets. Thus, the Goplani can trace to the Caiaphas-line Capelli's (Ghibellines?] just because it had been gleaned that the chief priests of Israel fled in 70 AD to Forum Allieni. And Bidens/Buttons with the chapleau cap can trace to the BUDINi branch (!) of Busani that probably named to Po river, BODENcus.]

Reminder: Pharisees trace to mythical Paris, who abducted Helen, who became Halls and probably Holland too. And the abduction symbol of Paris is for his being a pirate. Janszoon was a Dutch pirate in league with Danser, the surname of which uses the Hall talbots in colors reversed. Reminder, Perseus, whom I traced from Joppa (western Israel) to mythical Paris, sliced off the head of the Medusa Gorgon and yet gave birth to Gorgophone, a Spartan just like Helen. Yes, Perseus was code for Gorgons arriving to Parion, at Hellespont, and so "JOPlin" looks to trace to "Joppa," which is where we can trace the 600 Benjamite-Meshwesh (term breaks down to "Mess / Mesos") with Jabesh wives...who all became Mysians (Meshwesh in Africa were also "Mazyes").

The HellesPONT will now be found in surnames that relate to Goplo, but keep PONTius Pilate in mind here, for the Celts/Colts and Rollo's were first found in Perthshire, where the mother of Pontius Pilate was supposedly from. German Gabels use what looks like a trident [the Maserati car logo is a trident], and then the Caiaphas-related Dents were accessed from the Seneca/Seneschal write-up, important not only due to the Spinks being a Seneca/Seneschal branch, but for the Maschi blood inherent in both surnames.

The two Moser lions are in the gold color of the two Massar lions, and the Moser lions are in the colors of the three used by Vain-related Fiens/Fiennes'/Finnes', and of the lion of Fergusons (probably explaining the Massey-Ferguson corporation).

However, the Gabel trident is officially a "pitchfork," explaining why the Spanish Gabels use a 'Y', the symbol of Cunninghams (Ayrshire) who use "fork" in their motto as code for Forkers (Ayrshire), who are properly Farquher, a branch of Ferrari's of the Fergus/Ferris and Ferguson kind. It's a Pharisee line from Paris / Perseus. Fergusons (CONNacht) use the Ferrari lion and the spear design of Singletarys.

The Pitch's/Petch's were first found in the same place (Silesia) as the pitchfork-using Gabels (Silesia is in Poland for the larger part). The Pitch/Petch Coat, on inspection, uses the same bridge as the Spanish Pont/Pontos Coat, albeit Pitch's use a closer view. Nearly the same bridge is used by Italian Ponte's/Pontini's, first found in Emilia-Romagna, "of the Ponte di Venezi family, ennobled in 1297, who are said to be originally of Ferrara." Bang-on Paris / Ferrari line, meaning it's possibly from the HellesPONT, and that's where I see the proto-Frigg / proto-Frey cult (= mythical brother of Helle) that I likewise identify with proto-Pharisee's.

English Ponts were first found in the same place as Bidens/Buttons from the Ferrara Capelli's, and as the Capelli-suspect Gobelins, both identified with the Caiaphas line. I'm not making this up or twisting anything to make a shoe fit where it doesn't. It fits time and time again because it's true. English Ponts use the patee cross in the colors of the same of Jacques de Molay, suggesting a Pont trace to Imola elements (near Ferrara) to be more exact. And Imola is to be expected in alliance with nearby Poppi and Battifolle, where Guido's ruled who were involved with Panico's / Pinks / Punch's/POYNTs. I think I get it. The Hellespont Mysians were at the Imola theater as well as in the Setta valley. The Hellepont Mysians were also in north Africa; one or the other or both became proto-Maccabees.

I didn't notice until now that there is a Faenza location beside Imola that smacks of the Fein term that gets the Vains/Vans from nearby Fano. [Where Faenza is mentioned earlier in the update, it was inserted there after first finding it here].

You can see here that Helen lines are showing up very much with the nucleus of Israeli chief priests. Then, it just so happens that while Helen lines are tracing to Joplins and other suspects at the naming of Caiaphas, the Helen surname (the one using the Pepin / Massey horse design in a Hall- / Danser-format Coat), is traced suggestively in its write-up said to "Heilin," a term evoking the Heiligenberg castle at Juggenheim, what was traced in the last update to Jaghbub, a Jabesh-like term in Cyrene. It just so happens that Jaghbub was home to the modern Senussi proper, while the Spinks are an obvious branch of Mysian-based Seneca's/SENESchals from Maschi's, and the Spinks Crest is identical with the black talbot of Dansers.

Therefore, as crazy as it sounds, the Senussi are somehow a Caiaphas line. This is the importance of tracing Joseph Caiaphas lines to Montechiaro as per the "charo" motto term of the Hampshire's Josephs, for Montechiaro is at Agrigento, and Montechiaro married Mosca. Then, as Carricks were traced to "Acragas," the other (Gorgon-suspect) spelling of Agrigento, what about the black talbot in the Carrick Coat? It's identical with the one in the Spinks / Danser Crests!

The "bien" motto term of Carricks gets the Biens (Gascony, Wassa colors), much like Bains that come up as "Veen." [Why are the Moroccan pirates tracing to Carricks? We need to ask ELVis Presley and the Elvin > Alpin line from Idris of Morcocco...because Presleys are a branch of Kerricks.]

Reminder: the Carricks are said to be from the Craigs, and then the Craig Coat uses crescents in the colors of the Senussi crescents. Craigs [will soon trace below exactly to the Moroccan Idris] use "a rider with a broken spear," and Riders use crescents in the colors of the Sens crescent. The gold lion in the Rider Crest is identical with the one in the Maschi Chief. Maschi's and Veens trace to the same place(s). Ritters were first found in Massey-infested Cheshire, and use the same lion design, now in the colors of the same used by Strange's, said to be from Guido le Strange. The gold lion in the Strange Crest looks to be a version of the gold lions shared by Riders and Maschi's.

Carricks were first found in the same place (Ayrshire) as raven-using Mackie's/Mackeys, directly onshore from the MacAbee's on Arran, important because Guido's of the Imola theater were in the nucleus of Maccabee formation. At Imola was Faenza, and then entering "Fiens" (won't come up without the 's'!) gets the Vains/Vans/Phone's from Fano (!), first found in Monmouthshire, location of Hasmonean elements and Chepstow. If you can keep track of this dizziness, you must be God. I apologize for having too many lines all under discussion simultaneously, but these updates are jot-down status that need a good writer to put things in a proper book-quality form. Feel free. Your success would be my happiness.

I've only just realized, after writing the above, that the English Fiens/Fiennes'/Finnes' (uses the 's' at the end like "Faenza"), in the colors and format of Vains/Vans/Phone's/Fiens', show the same wolf -- same color, different position -- as the one in the Halbert Crest! That latter surname is for Albert of Guido elements, and therefore it finds Vains/Vans/Phone's at the Imola (location of Guido Guerra). Excellent. A reliable key.

Aha! Entering "Stow" as per "Chepstow," the Stows come up who also come up as "Stout," and this raven-suspect surname should trace to Ravenna north of Rimini. But "Stow" sounds like the Stewarts who were Strange's of the Allieni kind at the Imola / Ferrara theater, and then the crosslet design used in the Stow/Stout Chief are those used by Pinks and Punch's/Poynte's that already traced to nearby Setta.

Reminder: Spinks connected with Popeye pirates themes out of Morocco's Sale location. Spinks and Face's/Fesseys/Vessey, who use the Scottish Randolph cross, were both first found in the same place (Northampton). Secondly, the Spinks mascles are in the colors of the Corse/Corsi chevron, itself likely a take from the Macey chevron. The Corse's/Corsi's were looked up just now as per "corsair," which refers to the Janszoon pirates. The Corse's above were first found in Syracuse (Sicily), and then there's the question of whether "Corsica," beside Sardinia, applies to the corsair pirates.

Repeat from above: "The Sailor surname has a write-up tracing to "a 'leaper' or 'dancer,'" clearly code for Dansers. " The Leaper Coat (Warwickshire, next to Jansons, Spinks and Olive's) has a green Shield in the colors of the Corse crescents, and traces to "leaper" or "courier." The Currys/Corrys (first found in the same area as Keaths and rooster-using Sinclairs) then use the rooster design (in the same gold color) of the Heath/Hethe Crest, albeit the latter shows only the neck and head. If you recall, the Olive's, accessed from Olive Oyl, use what looks like the Heath/Hethe Coat [extremely important late in the update as it traces Maccabee lines to the Alberts of Bologna / Panico.] The "Oyl" had possibly suggested Yells of Shetland, where I had traced the Sinclair raven-depicted pirates.

[Later in this update, as part of perhaps the most-shocking discovery of Scottish-Rite Masonry, the Shake's using molehills (and the colors of Corse's) will be identified unquestionably with the wife of Idris I of Moulay Idriss, and with the birth of Kenneth MacAlpin, so-called first king of Scots. Don't miss it. It will include the sanz-using Shakespeare's.]

The Leapers are also "LePere," and Heaths use an "EsPERE" motto term. Leapers also use "Peer," which gets the Peters/Petersons who are likely using the de-Molay bend. The Pierre's [from Sempeyre of Cuneo?] show the full-blown bend of de-Molay. Peters were found shortly above to be a Sans-using branch of the Sinclair>Senussi raven line, and so here's what was neglected then: the Scottish Peterson Coat using the Sinclair-cross type in colors reversed, and the Sans-eagle style in black. The Yells of Shetland use "Numine" in the motto, and Newmans share the same-style white-on-black lions of Scottish Petersons, which has to do with the raven vikings of Shetland as they conquered into Bute = Rothesay (that's online from others) .

[Insert -- This update was almost finished without looking into who else the Spinks might be. The Leapers are perhaps more important than meets the popped eye when we find that Spine's/Spings, in Spinks colors, were first found in the same place as Leapers. The Spine crescents (in the colors of the Sens crescent and Sans eagle) are even in the colors of the Spinks eagles. Recalling that Sans share the Dunn eagle, we now find the Spine's from the same place as Dunhams: "The Spineys were originally of Spine Villa or Epineville of Scine in Inf in the arrondisement of Yvetot, and held lands in Feltwell in Norfolk and Cloughton in Warwickshire."

As you can see, Claughtons/Claytons use the Sinclair cross, but then Clays use a "ORbem" motto term while both Orrs and Cloughtons/Claytons use red roundells, important because Orrs will later trace to "AWRaba," the tribe at the roots of Templars which included Sinclairs almost chief of all.

This recalls a topic I once emphasized; here's from the 3rd update of October, 2011, and note how Warwickshire figure's in, but also keep in mind the Macey chevron of the Spine's and the mascles of the Spinks:

...The MalaSPINA clan of the Piedmont theater could apply to thorns and thistles, for that is the meaning of "spina," and not only did I trace Malaspinas to Malahule of the Rollo line, but the Spines and Spoons were first found in Warwickshire...To be exact, Malaspinas were found by me to be of Massa-Carrara, which was traced to Masovia [Poland], but that was before learning that the [Masovia] capital, Warsaw, was indeed linked to "Warwick."...

In short, Warsaw / Mieszko / Drake elements are expected in Warwickshire.

Later in this update, the Gemels (definitely the Douglas hearts here), who share a swan in Crest with Spoons, are linkable to the camels of the Pepin and Italian Gobel surnames, and therefore linkable to mythical Popiel at Poland's Goplo. It's Popeye, isn't it? As Popiel's dominion at Goplo was removed by the father of SiemoWIT, while the latter represented WITkowo, we could expect Withers to apply to the Witkowo line (Withers use a version of the Walsh Coat itself having the shot-through swan of Gemels). One point is that I had a childhood friend with WitherSPOON surname, which is one clue of a Wither trace to Masovia. Another point is that while Drakes use the red-on-white wyvern owned by the dukes of Masovia, Withers and Drakes were first found in the same place (Hampshire). The third point has to do with the Weather variation of Withers, for the surname of Bill Ayers of Weather Underground had traced to the "hare" in the Wither/Weather Crest, but here we find that while Withers/Weathers and Gemels share a version of the same Coat, Gemels were first found in AYRshire, the place that named the Ayers (or vice versa).

Carricks, who traced to Agrigento, can be expected in a merger with Drakes due to the Drago river flowing to Agrigento. It's revealing a fundamental link of Templar lines from Awraba Berbers to Agrigento.

Bill Ayers was an American terrorist with the Weather Underground, and was a friend of Obama before he became the president. Obama has himself traced to Mieszko's of the Goplo Mouse Tower. What's going on? Obama's pastor with Wright surname traces exactly to Piast the Wheelwright, father of Siemowit. What's going on? The president before Obama married a Walsh surname. What's going on? Piast KOLODziej was traced exactly to the Coles and Kyle's, the latter having a Kyle location at Ayrshire while Coles and Mieszko's share the same-colored bulls. What's going on? Cole's were from king Cole at CAMULodunum...what in tarnation is the conspiracy proposed by these groups? The rape of Christian America, by the looks of it.

"Malaspina" suggests the Malahule line through D'Espaines. That is, the Spinks / Spine's are named after "Espaine" and as such should be a branch of Paine's/Payne's / Pagans's, etc. Here is an Espaines/EsPAYNE/Spineto/Epinay/LesPAGNol Coat (Somerset). End Insert]

The question is why Spinks should link both to Senussi's by their mascles, and to the Sale pirates. The latter (1600s) were not very far back in history from the Senussi's proper (started 1800's). [The father of the woman whom Idris I married has a Muslim name (Mohammed), and as you can see above, there are green colors, the color of Muslims. The Senussi proper have Arab names too, and the Sans eagle will be found with a green Shield in the line to Kenneth MacAlpin. Why did the champion boxer with Clay surname change his name to Mohammed Ali, and meanwhile convert to Islam? Could it have had to do with the black-Muslim movement that Obama's pastor (yes Wright) was involved with?]

The Scottish Corse surname was first found in the same place (Perthshire) as Halberts. If the Alberts of Bologna and the Guido's of Imola trace to proto-Caiaphas, isn't it suspicious that Halberts were first found where the mother of Pontius Pilate is supposed to have lived? And she was a Pict, a tattoo liner, I'm assuming, because I trace tattoo liners to both Picts and Panico's, the latter exactly in the Guido theater. Remember, the Punch-suspect Ponts / Pontes' just traced to the Imola area, and then we can ask who named him, "Pontius," his mother or his father. [It's clear that the Point surname, using Piles, was the line from Pontius Pilate, but for discussions below, it's important that the Point write-up traces to "mortar," for "Morter" gets the Morte's/Motts, what will be revealed as proto-Maccabees.]

Panic: Kenneth MacAlpin was not only an Italian Guido

English Berts use a chevron in colors reversed to the HalBERT chevron, and then Italian Berts were first found in Ferrara. Italian Berts use that griffin design that was a major topic as per Wills / Willis / Scott / Jefferson lines that traced to the Fano line, now found in Faenza and Imola. Isn't that something? Halberts had traced to that area exactly.

Here is what is coming to mind. Scotland, home of Picts, was at first called Alba, then re-named Scotland, as my fresh new theory goes, after Skit elements amongst the Guido's (Skits and Guido's use the same hourglass design). In fact, I recall tracing the mother of Pilate also to Stirling (Scotland, near Glasgow), an idea based on the Darths/Arth's (the red Curry rooster), first found in Stirling. Later, it made sense to trace Pontius Pilate also to GUIScards, because they were first found in Stirlingshire too!!! I sprung it on you. Perthshire is beside Stirling! Therefore, the Guis/Guido surname in the Halbert theater of Italy does trace exactly to the theater wherein Scottish Halberts were first found (Perthshire), where Albert-like Alba was the home of Albert-like Alpin, a Pict from a line of Ferrara-suspect Fergus! [I hadn't yet remembered here that the Lords, honored by Glasgows, use pheons in Pilate pheon colors.]

In fact, "Alpin" and "Alba" smack of the Help surname using the hourglass. Could it be that the Pharisees in Forum Allieni got all the way to the Picts by about 500 AD? But wait. I traced the Allieni to the Varni by 95 AD. But then it's the occult, Drakenberg Vere's exactly who trace themselves to the royal Pict-Scot alliance as per Melusine the Elvin Princess at Avalon = Rothesay.

Darts/Darths were first found in the same place as Albert-suspect Berts!! Doesn't that suggest that Darths/Arth's of Stirling were merged with Halberts of neighboring Perthshire? It just so happens that Darts/Darths use the same flame in Crest as Kenneths, while the first Scot king (they say) was Kenneth, son of Alpin.

Keep in mind here that the French Pilate surname uses pheons, what should trace to the Phone and similar variations of the Vains/Vans that have just been found in the home area of the Guido's. Also, the Pillette/Pilotte surname uses grails in the colors of the Shaws, first found in Perthshire. We have a soap opera happening here, with three different stories all at once leaving us in endless suspense.

Moreover, as I was asking myself why Corse's were first found in Perthshire, if they had been the corsair pirates of Morocco, a fantastic thing happened. I was asking the question while looking at the sentence, "The Scottish Corse surname was first found in the same place (Perthshire) as Halberts." After being sure that Halberts and Berts were merged, and wondering how Moroccan pirates would get to Perth, it of course came to mind that they needed to sail up the Firth of Forth to get to Perth. At this point, it hadn't yet dawned on me that "Bert" and "Perth" are essentially identical terms. I was looking at the similarity between "Forth" and "Bert." The Forth surname was then loaded.

I couldn't believe what I hoped to be looking at in the Forth Crest. It was a deer without antlers that sometimes, not always, is called a "hind." It was checked, and sure enough, to my great delight, it was a hind, the name also of the deer in the Janson Crest!!! What a laugh I get at times doing this job. But even after laughing and writing the first part of this sentence, I still hadn't realized that the Jansons use so-called flaunches on the sides of their Coat, as do Forths (and Wolfleys). Absolutely amazing, what stories heraldry can tell. Forths were first found in the same place as Clare's.

As Aberdeen is beside Perthshire, the green Leslie griffin must be in play in the Crest of Scottish Jansons. The Forth stag (Kenneths use the stag) can therefore trace to Hungarian elements in Aberdeenshire, from BARTholomew Leslie, patriarch of some Aberdeen Hungarians. I suppose that Berts should be regarded as Bartholomew lines.

[Let me re-quote from the top of this update: "There is a Molly/Mallay Crest with the Gunn / Durant ship, and in the Coat there is a pirate disguised as a red boar. I think maybe he works for the heraldry companies." That was written in the section wherein Moulays, Moalays and Mauleys were discussed as they traced to Moulay Idriss. It can now be added that the Bard surname, likewise with green Leslie griffin in Crest, shows the boar design of, in colors reversed from, the Molly/Mallay boar, and then the "fecit" motto term of Bards must trace to the faucets from Fes smack beside Moulay Idris.]

When it was mentioned above that Spinks and Face's/Fesseys/Vessey were first found in Northampton, I knew that I had forgotten another surname that was first found there, but I also knew that it was way back in the scroll of Coats, wherefore I never got round to looking for it. But here I just found it; the English Jansons with the hind. Is that not amazing? Yes, because Spinks were discovered to be Janszoon fiends.

I had linked (years ago) the Derth's/Arths to the Deaths/Darths, for they not only use the same colors, but "Arth" smacks of Arthurs, and Deaths/Darths use the Morte/Mott crescent so as to be in code in, "Le Morte d'Arthur" mythology [written by a Malory surname (branch of Aurs?) in the colors of the Molly/Malley boar; see MacArthur crown in Mailer Coat and compare Mailer surname with some Molly/Mallay variations such as "Mailey"]. Therefore, let me repeat that Deaths/Darth's and Morte's/Motts use crescents in Senussi crescent colors. That warrants a repeat of the question shortly above: "...why Spinks link both to Senussi's by their mascles, and to the Sale pirates."

Let's look at Deaths/Darths and the English branch of Fiens/Fiennes'/Finnes'; the latter are the Feins/Vains/Phone's by other names, from MONmouthshire [a place involved with Arthurian myth codes, as was Thomas Malory]. Fiens/Fiennes'/Finnes' were first found in the same place (Kent), important because I have claimed that the Vains/Vans/Phone's/Fiens' were the "wife" of King Arthur (basically, the Veneti elements in Wales were his wife, including Gwynedd, location of MONA). Then, Kent-like "KENNETH" (and "Kennedy") looks to me like Heneti > Veneti elements that named GWYNEDD; it was named by the Venedotia from the Veneti Celts at Vannes, Brittany. Now you know with more certainty that the Veneti line of Vains/Vans/Phone's at Fano traced to the Veneti Celts that founded Arthur's wife.

Deaths/Darths were first found in the same place (Kent) as griffin-using English Alberts! With the Darts/Darths (using Kenneth flames) thus tracing very strongly to Halberts at Bologna / Imola / Faenza, the question is coming back to mind as to whether Kent traces to Cento on the Reno river. Could it mean that Kent was stacked, in very early times, with lines from the Israeli chief priests at Cento? The Massins/Masons were first found in Kent, after all. Is that why Kent became a hub of Freemasonry? Is that all, just the Masseys? Is that what all the fuss has been about? Shame shame.

By the time that this question was asked, I had seen the Ron Coat, a fesse in the colors of the Dart/Darth fesse. I had looked the Rons up seeking Rhone / Rhine / Reno elements. The Ronnes variation smacks of "Rennes," a Brittany location directly across the English Channel from Devon, where Darts/Darths and Albertons were first found! With Maschi-related Vains/Vans of Faenza tracing to Brittany's Vannes location, it's really a no-brainer for Reno elements to trace to Rennes.

[A couple of days after writing here, it dawned that "Aethelbert," the old variation of "Albert," is an Aeth term, the term that Deaths/Darth's/D'Aeths are said to be from!]

The Alberts of Bologna included count Albert Guido of Bologna.

Leonardo da-Vinci was born at Florence just a paint-brush flick away from the nucleus of Guido Guerra's domain. It just so happens that the Death/Darth griffin is in use in the Vinci/Vinch Coat. Isn't it true that the Da-Vinci Code scam has everything to do with the killers of Christ trying to make it appear that Jesus was one of us commoners rather than the Son of God? That's what Caiaphas taught the Jews and his sons, and they were proud and happy for the murder. Vince's were first found in Hertfordshire, right beside Mona-Mouth, so to speak, where Josephs, Joplins, Maccabees, etc., are tracing. [Shortly below, the Joplin trace to FINKels will illuminate you.]

When finding the green-on-white saltire of the Perthshire Corse's, before I had the evidence above that they might be the corsair pirates, the green-on-white Carters of WINchester came to mind because I knew that Winchesters, and its ruler, Saer de Quincy, use mascles, the Spinks / Seneschal symbol (many surnames use mascles, but I lump Spinks in with Seneschals for the reason that Janszoon pirates seem to link to Senussi's proper now acting as caretakers (thanks to Massey-liner Obama) of the New Libya...restored to the line of Idris I Senussi of Libya after Gaddafi took Libya away from him).

The Quince/Quincy surname (honored by the quince symbol used by Sforza's) were first found in the same place (Northampton) as Jansons, Spinks and Fesseys. The latter were from Fes in Morocco, and yet I don't know the timing of their being in Fes, whether in relation to Templar times or to Janszoon times. Dansers were first found in Bedfordshire, smack at Northamptonshire, and then Wards, using a "fus" motto term, were likewise first found in Northampton. The Wards trace with Warrene's to the Warnow river of the Varni pirates [but also to the checks in the Arms of Bologna..

English Winchesters (could be regarded as a QUINN/QUINCE term, or a WINCH term, or both) use lions in the colors and style of the Ferrari lions, as do the quince-uisng Sforza's (hmm, could it be that "Sforza" was a version of "Pharisee"?). Doesn't it suggest the possibility of Guis/Guido elements at Winchester, which happens to be in Hampshire, where Josephs and Gobelins were first found, two terms now tracing to Joseph and Caiaphas? For new readers, the Caiaphas who plotted to kill Jesus using Pontius Pilate was named, Joseph Caiaphas.

[Insert -- George Washington's family at SULgrave of Northamptonshire is near Brackley, just 30-40 miles from Bedford. The Brackley surname (uses the Danish Jensen Coat) shows a Brace-like variation, and then the Brace Coat is very likely a Sale Coat in colors reversed. The Brace Coat is more-closely related to the Bessin and Biston Coats, and even has the Biston Crest sword-and-arm with sword erect.

Another reason for tracing the Janszoon crew to the Senussi is in the eagle design used by Lutons, from Luton of Bedfordshire. It's a gold-on-green version of the gold-on-blue eagle of Sans', Spinks, and Dunns. The LEWton variation of Lutons is suddenly evoking the Luo tribe traced to African Obama's that appeared related both to Cyrenians and to Dunhams.

Later in this update, the Bedfords will trace to a Bedolete family at the feet of Guido Guerra, by which time, a line of Moulay Idriss will be found smack at the feet of Guido Guerra. This seems to explain why the Janszoon crew were in the Bedford area, i.e. because the king-Idris line had arrived there previously.

It's amazing what just happened here. While finishing the paragraph above, lamenting that I had lost the surname using an "itur" motto term, I was reflecting again on whether it could be code for Idris lines because I traced his named suggestively to Itters and Etters/Atters. Then, a day or two later (yesterday), I arrived to a Maccabee page speaking briefly on ITURea, an area north of Israel. It just so happens that Idris I of Morocco had been from Syria. "[Iturea] extended from Mount Lebanon across the plain of Massyas to the Anti-Lebanon mountains in Syria, with its centre in Chalcis." While thinking again just now on the possibility of Idris tracing to Itureans, I scrolled back one Coat from the Lutin page to the Bedford page to see the motto term, "SequATUR." Is this a tiny huge piece of evidence that Idris' Moroccans / Berbers were Itureans who ended up at Bedford?

I had gleaned above that the Brace link to Bistones had to do with Midas-branch Mysians / Phrygians/Briges from mount Bermion, not far from the Bistones. I decided not to write it here, however, until realizing that mount Bermion is off to the west side of CHALCidice while Bistones were off to the east side of Chalcidice, a location smacking of Chalcis in Iturea. Bermion is "Bermius" at the lower-center on the map below. It just so happens that the Sithones, a central topic in Templarism, lived on Chalcidice. From this perspective, the Bistones and the Bessi priests of the Satrae may have been one, especially as the Biston and Bessen/Beaston Coats both use bees.

In the last section of this update, a must-read if you've been a regular reader wanting to know how Maccabees formed from Modena, Warrene's are discovered to be Guerra's and Guerre's/Guerrins from Guido Guerra. It's a huge leap wherein I've been tracking Vere's for years. This discovery supports a Varni trace to the Ferrara area, and moreover finds that Wagrians of the Warnow river were from Vains/Vans/Phone's, Arthur's "wife," explaining why she was named, GuineVERE. The Scottish Guine's (ship) are also "Gunn," whom I've traced to "Quinn." The Guine/Gunn stars are in the colors of the Vere star. The Gunn ship had just been found in the Molly/Malley Crest, a surname suspect from Moulay Idriss, while proof-reading this update.

Finally, I got round to the Iturea article, and clicking its Chalcis link, it took to the city of QINNasrin, with alternative name of Chalcis ad Bellum. The timing of finding QINNasrin just after this insert began as I arrived to the QUINcy of WINchester topic may mean in itself that both Idris and Quincys were from Itureans at Qinnasrin.

As this city was near Aleppo, it's reminding me of an old Idrimi ruler of the Aleppo theater, going way back about 1500 BC. IDRImi vs. IDRIs, a near match. I identified "Idrim" with "Adram," son of Joktan and god of Sepharvites. Aleppo is where I traced "Lapith," a mythical peoples with one PHLEGyas as king who smacks of Peleg, brother of Joktan, both sons of Eber, patriarch of Hebrews (only few of which became Israelites).

Idrimi was a Hurrianised Semitic son of the king of Aleppo who had been deposed by the new regional master, Barattarna, king of the Mitanni.

...The inscription records Idrimi's vicissitudes: after his family had been forced to flee to Emar, he left them and joined the "Hapiru people" in "Ammija in the land of Canaan"...

Alalakh was near Antioch, about 60 miles WSW of Aleppo. Qinnasrin is 15 miles SW of Aleppo, on the way to Antioch (will Idris turn out to be a Seleucid from Antioch?). Quinns and English Masseys share the pegasus, while Quinns and French Masseys share the same-colored crescents in Chief. That Massyas location seen above, in Iturea, is coming to mind. I've read that Idrimi belonged to the Mushki = Meshech. Do we think it's possible that Idrimi named the Itureans? Or, what about those Hebrews that Idrimi was merged with? Could they have named the Itureans after having taken on the Idrimi name? Or, were Itureans named after another Adram line? The Mitanni to which Idrimi belonged lived on the Habur river stacked with Hebrews in times before Israel was a nation in its own land.

[Idris] escaped from Syria after the defeat of the Alids by the Abbasids at the battle of Fakhkh in 787 and took refuge in North Africa (nowadays Morocco)...[this Wikipedia article fails to mention where in Syria Idris was from. Or any Syrian details. Why? Note that Abbasids could have been Avvites, for later Idris seems to trace to Tartus, a city with Avvites, in my opinion. Remember, he founded Moulay Idriss, and then there is a Moulay/Mule/Mules surname now showing up with the Washington Coat, interesting for where I traced Washingtons to "Wassukanni/Washukanni," the Mitanni capital.]

In 789 arrived in Walila, the site of the Roman Volubilis where he founded the town of Moulay Idriss near the hill of Zerhoun surrounding the native Berber tribes. It was then occupied by the Berber tribe of the Awraba, under Ishaq ibn Mohammd. He married Kanza [or Kenza], daughter of Ishaq ben Mohammed the king of the tribe, fathering a son, Idris II.

INSTANTLY, at the sight of "Ishaq," the Shake/Shakerley surname came to mind with MOLEhills!!! Those nuclear exclamatons are for the previous trace of Jacques de MOLay to Moulay Idriss. PLUS, both Kenneth Coats come up as "MacKENZie!!! Can you believe that? Kenneths (and perhaps his Pictish ancestors) trace exactly to Kenza and her father, Ishaq. The Morlais- and Moorley-related KENDels at the top of this page, who linked to Janszoon elements in Westmorland, may also apply to "Kanza."

The Shake chevron is in the green (Muslim color) of one Quinn Shield. The Shakespeare's may now trace to the Berber family that Idris married. The Shakespeare Crest is the spread eagle used by Sans, and the Shakespeare motto includes "sanz," expected where Idris was a patriarch of the Senussi Muslims.

The Gripps/Grabber use the Shakespeare bend, I'm now more sure, because I view Gripps/Grabbers as Garebites, who lived in proto-Antioch when it was called, Harbiye. Idrimi was smack at Harbiye, in other words!!! He was even allied to "Habiru," whom must have been the Garebite-Amorite-Hyksos merger out of Israel (and into Kizzuwatna) otherwise known by me as kin to the 600 Benjamites - Meshwesh!!! Yes, yes. Recall the Garb - Harvey topic above as it linked hard as a bald-headed eagle to Jabesh-based Joplins! Yes, yes. Reminder: Garbs/Garbers were found (above) to use the Macey Shield with the Joseph garb. Chances are, the black Garber chevron is a take from the black Gripp/Grabber bend.

The "digger of graves" phrase in the Gripp/Grabber write-up could be code for the Graves surname using what could be a gold-on-green version of the Sans eagle. That colored eagle was found in the Lutons of Bedford at the very top of this insert, just as the Itur topic first came to mind again.

Aleppo, otherwise called, Halab (probably the Halybes), may have named the namers of Alba, the name of proto-Scotland, in which case the Halberts / Alberts may apply to Aleppo elements. I traced Picts to a Pyxites river near Trabzon, exactly where I trace the 600 Benjamites now. I traced "Hephaestus" to "Jabesh" and "Jebusites," and he was the metal worker while Halybes invented iron with the proto-Celt KHALDI, which term I traced to the CALEDonian kin of Picts. I identified Hephaestus with Halybes while identifying his wife (Aphrodite) with the neighboring Heneti > Veneti that named the Vains/Vans/Phones who are tracing hard as steel to Guido's.

[The following didn't come to my attention until after this update was published. The Benjamin saltire is in the colors of the Gripp/Grabber / Shakespeare bend, and the Benjamin Crest is the same flame design as used by Kenneths and Darts/Darths. This sharing of the flame speaks of the Kenneth trace to the Rimini / Faenza theater, where the 600 Benjamites (so to speak) lived. As French Benjamins use "Jammes" and similar variations that were traced weeks ago to the James surname, it's not likely coincidental that the blue lion in the James Crest is that also in the Ben Crest. The Bens could be using the theme of Averys. The James' are honored in the Douglas motto, and then while the Douglas Crest has flames too, the Douglas crown design appears in the Alpin Coat.]

I had noted that the Grave's Shield is divided in half, for "Peleg" is said in the Bible to mean, "divided." I then noticed that the Shakespeare and Gripp/Grabber Shield were essentially divided with a bend, thinking that the bend developed from an initial idea of dividing a Shield. All three surnames above traced to Garebites at Harbiye, near enough to Aleppo to have Pelegite Hebrews. Peleg-like surnames were then sought to see if they use split Shields, and I got right on to the Arms of Placentia, split in half, red and white. Then the Place Coat was loaded to find it split in half too! The Place Shield even used the battle-axe now tracing hard to Halberts, but then this helps to keep the axe as a symbol for "Hyksos," for where I've insisted that Joktanites were Hyksos, we could imagine Peleg lines in the Hyksos empire too.

Chevrons, bends, pale's, and fesses may all be tools to split Shields for different aspects of Pelegites / Joktanites. For, example, the chevron is for Hebron elements. This is very interesting because the Graves description uses "tongue" twice (for the eagle's tongue"), and then entering "Tongue" gets the six Apple / Appleby martins (why six?) all on blue Shields. I had traced these blue Apple's to Hepps/Hepples (use the Scott Shield), a branch, I reckoned, of the HEPburn variation of Hebrons.

I had traced the "Keep" motto term of Hebrons/Hepburns, as well as the Hep term, to the namers of Kiev, Varangians = pirates, wherefore I'm noting that Applebys were first found in Westmorland, where the Janszoon pirates traced. Varangians proper were founded in Wieringen of Holland, and Janszoon was out of Holland.

The Keeps use a ship in their small square, and a "weaver's shuttle" in Crest, suggesting Sadducee elements at Placentia / Setta. The Keep bend is in the colors of the Asman bend, wherefore see the Asman topic further below for mind-blowing new discoveries. The Asmans will be discovered harder now with the lines of Israel's chief priests, especially with what turns out to be Pharisees of a Guerra name linking exactly to the Varni, the proto-Varangians, honored by the Varns who use the Shakespeare and Gripp/Grabber bends tracing now to the Idrimi family in Harbiye, Aleppo, and surroundings. It should therefore be added here that one Paris Coat uses an apple, likely for the Apples, Hepples, Hepburns. Appleby-related Tongue's were first found in Yorkshire, co-founded by Parisii. Tongues honor the Steadys/Steeds (muzzled bears), first found in Yorkshire.

I have a very strong feeling that the Tongue surname (rock in Crest) traces to La Rocca and the Panico's therein, for the Tongue Shield is a version of the Arms of ChamPAGNE, suggesting the Payens / Payne's = Panico's at La Rocca. See the following phrase later too: "I Conti di Panico e La Rocca delle Bedolete in Val di Setta." By what coincidence do Rocco's use the Shakespeare / Gripp/Grabber / Varn bend??? The Rocco's definitely trace to Rockefellers.

It's amazing that I happen to be ending this insert right here while Kenneths, who traced to Guido's, use a rock on fire in their Crest, as do Beatle's/Bedells (share hourglass Shield with Guido's!) who trace, obviously now, to "Bedolete." Do you realize what a broad revelation this is? I do.

After what was rock and roll named? The Roll Coat is in Rocco colors, and Rolls were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Beads/Beadle's and Tongue's. As the Beads/Beadle's use the Capes Coat, while Rolls use a cuff in Crest, it seems evident over and over again that post-Christ satanism was promoted by descendants of Pharisees / Sadducees. Why the Rolling Stones? The Rolls use a dancette, and the divided-Shield Stones (looks to use the Sans / Dunn / Spinks eagle) use the Danser talbot design.

One of the reasons that I was confident in tracing the Tongue Coat to Panico's is that the Tongue bend is half the Botter (and Romney) bend, suggesting MarzaBOTTO, where Panico's ruled. End Insert]

There is a very good chance that Fergus, king of the Picts about 500 AD, traces all the way back to the mother of Pontius Pilate. It is not a bad idea that Pilate's father, said to have been a Roman ambassador to the Picts, would have mated with a royal / noble woman i.e. her line continue until king Fergus, who smacks of the Ferrara line. I kid you not, it is recorded in a few updates: I had identified Pilate's ambassador father as a Botter bloodliner, from Lucca, though I cannot recall how I made that connection. I now find that one Kenneth motto term is "Lucco"!!! Amazing. Kenneth son of Alpin was right on track from Pilate's parents.

Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg traces his Melusine entity to an "Elvin Princess," and then also traces Vere's to both Pictish and Scottish royals, wherefore I surmised that "Elvin" had to do with "Alpin." It just so happens that Elvins/Alwins were first found in the same place (Devon) as Darts/Darths who had traced to the Alberts / Halberts / Guido>Alpin entity.

Elvins/ALvins use the round-tailed lion design of Hollands [and Massars/Massai's, first found at Lucca; I almost missed this!], whom I think were a branch of Hallands. This recalls the trace of "HALbert" to Halls, meaning simply that Elvins/Alvins were Alberts, especially the Albertons, first found in Devon.

The other Kenneth motto term, "uro," smacks of the Guiscard-related Ore's...who use the same three "piles" of the Guiscards that should trace to "Pilate." We just saw the Darths of Stirling tracing to Guis'/Guido's, and then Guiscards were first found in Stirling too. How long before 500 AD had Guido and Ferrara elements been amongst the Picts? What were they called back then? [I hadn't re-realized here yet that Halybes are suspect at "Alba". Nor had I yet found the red roundels of the Moulay/Mule Chief, very interesting later when red-roundel Orrs trace to "AWRaba" (the name of the Berber tribe that Idris married).]

Orrs are related by their red roundels to Orrels (said to be from "ora"), and then Rutherfords use a hollow shield called an "orle."

AMAZING!!! In all the times that I have mentioned Guido Guerra, I have not looked up "Guerra." I did it just moments ago before writing the paragraph above. I knew immediately what I was going to say, that the Guerra green wyvern, which reveals Varni = Vere's behind the surname, links to the WILkin green wyvern just because the Wills and Wilis (etc., related to Scotts = Skits) were found in the theater of Guido Guerra. It was exactly the Skits who were just suggested for the naming of Scotland via Kenneth MacAlpin, and there you go. While the Irish-Scots are traced in Irish myth to Scythians coming from Miletus via north-Africa, we should not mistaken that migration with the namers of Scotland, who seem very much to be the Skits / Scheds from northern Italy.

Without any of the paragraph in mind, and not wanting to write it out until investigating something more important, I got to re-loading the English Gobelin Coat, which is shown properly as Jalbert, Jobert, GOISbert, and Gaubert. Reading, it said: "But Saxon surnames survived and the family name was first referenced in the year 1256 when John and Robert Joybert held lands." It was just five minutes after viewing the two Guerra Coats when I loaded the Joybert term, and there, to my amazement, were three bars in the colors, positions, and sizes of the Guerra bars.

Just like that, the Guis term of Guido's, which I suspected to be a short-form of "Joseph" several days ago, just traced to the Gobelin/Jalbert/GOISbert surname, first found in the same place as Josephs...and Drakes who use the Guerra wyvern!!! More laughter. Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg is a priest of the Caiaphas bloodline. Right?

By now, but only by a few days, I had the Scottish Walker bars plastered in my head, waiting for the right opportunity to mention them. And here it turned out that the Joybert and Guerra bars were those of the Walkers too, albeit in different colors. I have forgotten why the Walker bars were plastered in my head, though I know it was due to seeing them in another Coat. And that's why I put them in brackets in the last update (so I would be able to retreive the reason), where it was said: "...German Stevens (first found in the same place as Jaggers and Mieske's) and Garlands sharing three red-on-gold vertical bars (Walkers use exactly this too)."

The same bars, in the Walker / Stevens bar colors, are used exactly by French Sturs at Manche, where Vere's lived. The English-branch Sturs were first found in the same place as Josephs (and Drake's). See Sadducee-suspect Stars and Settle's in the colors of the Guerra wyvern.

I had traced the Wilkins to Walkers because Walkers were kin to Bush's and Scherfs. President George Herbert Walker Bush Sr. was born a Scherf, and was a Nazi spy (born George Herbert Scherff) who wormed into the leadership of the CIA before running for his presidency. I traced Scherfs suggestively to Schwerin in the VARNi theater, what the wyVERN is code for. The Warnow river of the Varni was home to Wagrians, and so I traced Walkers to Wagrians because Walkers and Wagers, not to mention Bush's, were first found in the same place (Yorkshire). Later, I found that Wilkins use the same split Shield as German Schere's/Scherfs, and that's why I traced Wilkins to Walkers. Yet, here above is another reason for that trace. (Compare Schere's/Scherfs with German Walkers.)

I even traced Walkers to a Kamenets location (that I had been working on) when realizing that the term is like, "caminata," Italian for "a walk." I was tracing Komnenos and Comyns/Commings to "Kamenets," and here I find that Wilkins and Walkers are tracing exactly to the Gobelins/Goisberts, first found in the same place as Josephs who use garbs in the colors of the Comyn/Commings garbs! Amazing. Gobelins/Jalberts/Goisberts use garbs in the same colors. The "MAGna" motto term of English Walkers is now suggesting the "Mago" term of the Hampshire Josephs.

Plus, as the other Josephs use a swan, see the swan in the Crest of GEMELs...showing a version of the Wager Coat! And then let me repeat: Italian Gobels use a CAMEL. If that's not enough, the GOISbert variation of Gobelins/Jalberts suggests the Gois surname using the Gemel swan! And the Gois Coat uses seven lozenges in the positions of the Quince mascles (= hollow lozenges).

It's the Gois swan design used by Swedish Johnsons, very important because Danish Johnsons use the Wassa/Gace/Gasson star. It's telling that the Caiaphas-suspect Gois' were part of proto-Washington make-up.

The Johnson "cushions" could relate to Guissane's/Kissane's and Cussanes/Pattersons because the same cushions of Patterson-related Kilpatricks can trace to the Botters at Lucca. As Pilate's father was traced to Lucca's Botters, by what coincidence do we find more pheons in the English Johnson Coat (in Guerra colors)?? And where these surnames are tracing to the Guis/Guido family, shouldn't these pheons, and those of the French Pilate's, trace to the Phone variation of the Vains/Vans that were smack at the Faenza location of Guido Guerra theater??? It's astounding because Guido's traced to Perthshire even without this argument. For me, this means that Guido's provided the father of Pontius Pilate, especially as Ponts traced right to the Guido theater; and Vains/Vans/Phone's look like they provided Pilate's mother in that the Celts/Colts, first found in Perthshire, use the Pilate pheon in colors reversed.

After discovering Pinks and Punch's as they should relate to a needle-using blood-oath cult, I ventured to view the pheon as a secret tattoo instrument complete with ink vessel, suggesting that the Pilate pheons traced to Picts...who tattoed themselves, according to Julius Caesar. But wait. Didn't I trace "pheon" to Vains/Phones at Fano? Yes, but they just traced to the proto-Scots at the feet of the Alpin Picts! Therefore, the mother of Pilate is suspect with the Heneti > Veneti line of the Vain/Phone kind.

But wait. Didn't I trace Pilate-related Celts/Colts to the Piast Poles? Yes, to Piast KOLODziej. Therefore, look at the following that may reveal Mieszko origin in the Picts. See the lattice design on the clothing of one Guiscard of Sicily in this painting. See the pulley on the floor that is a code for the Poles. Then see the lattice on the legs of mythical Siemowit, a son of Piast Kolodziej. Then scroll down the page below to see a painting of Kenneth MacAlpin (the first Scot) with lattice on his legs!! It's the first time I've seen it.

MacAlpin pre-dated Mieszko I by nearly a century. As of this update, lattice (fretty) is being viewed as a mascle alternative for Maschi / Mieszko lines.

By what coincidence does the "FRETTY" lattice trace to MontFERRAT, what I've maintained to be a Ferrara line to FERTE-Mace, origin of Maceys and Masseys? That is, by what coincidence are Ferrara elements tracing to Kenneth MacAlpin by the lattice symbol alone, just after Ferrara elements traced to him by other methods?

In other words, as Guido's use the Skit hourglass, Scotland was named by the Royal Scythians at Faenza, but then I traced these same Scythians to Placentia, especially to the Scute's, who share a small gold square / shield with the center of the Winchester Coat!!!

I've just found a Josse surname (all-seeing-eye) first found in Haddington, a Lothian area where there is a MUSSELburgh tracing to Mussels/Muscels. As the Faucets were first found at Musselburgh, it's suggesting that Joseph elements merged with Moroccan Fes elements. If you recall, I traced fox-themed Faucets to the Foy/Foix and Fey / Fay surnames that included the Veys/Vivians. That trace is supported where we find a "voy" motto term in the Jossy Coat. Lothian is on the south side of the Firth of Forth, and then the Jossy fesse is in the colors of the Lord Fesse, colors reversed to the Hind fesse i.e. important because Forths use a hind!

The Josse surname can morph into "Yoke," and so see the swan in the Yoke Coat, for it's the same one as used by the Johnson (and Gois) surname, suggesting, perhaps, that Faucets trace to the Janszoon-era Fes location rather than to the Idris-era Fes. Or, it could mean that Jansons were in Musselburgh with Faucets because both had been from Fes in different time periods.

These things seem to be corroborating my conclusion of a couple of weeks ago, that the chief priests who escaped Israel in 70 AD to the Allieni at proto-Ferrara moved quickly to name the Varni after a short-form of "Pharisee" such as Freie / Frey / Free, the same term that named Frisians smack beside Wieringen, origin of Varangians proper. The first report of the Varni at the Rostock theater was about 95 AD.

Remember, Jonathan Maccabee, who was honored by the Jonathan ROOSTER, was traced to ROSTock, at the mouth of the Warnow river, and from that raven-viking land it went to the Heaths/Hethe rooster, the MacHeths at Moray / Ross-shire, they being of the Mackay-branch Maccabees that I am sure were Mieszko / Maschi liners. Maccabees must always trace in-part to Bologna's Boii, and then Warrene's (namers of the Warnow) use the checks in the Arms of Bologna. See Phars/Farrs of Yorkshire, in the colors of the Farns/Ferns and Fairs/Phare's.

Jonathan Maccabee formed an alliance with the Seleucid king, Alexander Balas, and while the Balas surname was first found in Glamorgan, that place is beside Hasmonean-suspect MONmouthshire. But I have now come across another surname first found in Glamorgan, the Guerra-related Wilkins. The trace of Jefferson-related lines to the Monmouth-Gloucester border is re-enforced with the Wilkins in neighboring Glamorgan. The Balas Coat has the same cross, in the same colors, as the Winchester Coat. Both crosses use four white symbols.

L'Morte de Guido Guerra, the Proto-MOTTred

I realized my neglect while tracing the Hind fesse to the Lord fesse, important because Lord-related Glasgows can trace to Trypillian Scythians / Skits / Quido hourGLASS bloodline, which had been understood above as being the line to Pontius Pilate. The neglect was finding late another surname using the Pilate pheons: the Lords use those pheons, and they are in the Glasgow motto.

[Lords come up also as "Laud," a term I traced to McLEODs (colors reversed to Lords) and to LAODice, the name liked by Seleucid kings, including Alexander Balas. It makes sense to trace Laodice-honoring bloodlines to the Glasgow theater when Guido's of northern Italy were themselves linked to the Seleucid-Maccabee line. The title of this section happens to claim that Guido Guerra was a line to Modiin, home of Maccabees in Israel.]

The Jabesh-based FINKs had been suggested in a link to PINK-Panico elements [even before finding the Fink lozenges in the hourglass Shield of Beatle's/Bedwells. Whose else owns the flame and rock in the Beatle/Bedwell Crest? The Kenneths. I hadn't yet discovered the Beatle link to Kenneths when writing here. It means that Guido / Bedolete elements do trace to Kenneth MacAlpin. You will see Beatle's tracing right to Guido's later.] To help prove the Fink-Pink links, Finks use a Shield filled with lozengy, as do Scottish Lombards/Limbaugh's, first found in Renfrew, location of Glasgow (!), a location that I traced to "Reno," the name of the river in/beside the Panico theater. The Reno's use lozenges of their own, those also of Pinks [and Panico's, it is known, were related to Bedolete].

[It's getting less and less deniable that Guido Guerra and his tattoo Scythians of northern Italy trace to the Picts, so that by now we are looking to uncover Guerra's with Drakenberg "Vere," right? That was the great importance of finding a wyvern dragon in the Guerra Coat, and it was green, recalling my chapter, "Who Pict Green for Lothian?" That chapter claimed that mythical Mordred/Modred (now understood as the Morte's/Motts) was the green dragon from the Picts, while Arthur was the red-dragon Welsh/Brits. In Arthurian lore, Saxons were the white dragon. The green griffin used by Leslie's, Jansons and others is likely a take from the green dragon of the Picts. But with Guerra's identified as Vere's, it's necessary to entertain Guerra's as the Pharisee-of-Ferrara line, from the Pharisees who escaped Jerusalem in or before 70 AD. One can understand that they might like to re-name themselves something other than "Pharisee." I wonder whether they continued on with a priesthood at that time, and what may have become of it.]

Italian Lombards, who use a Shield similar to the Panico Chief, were first found in Tuscany, a realm for some time of Guido Guerra. [Lombardy in Italy uses green.] The stars in the Lombard Chief are colors reversed from the same of swan-using Fink(el)s. Pollocks, first found in Renfrewshire, trace well to Rutherfords (of Maxton), who use the martin in the Fink Crest, as well as a hollow Shield in the red of the hollow Finn mascles.

Rush Limbaugh like's to portray himself as God. I wonder whether that attitude came from a certain part of a certain bloodline that included Lombards to Renfrew.

I almost missed this: Finkels, said to be Jewish, have a German branch, the ones using the stars above with a swan, and they show stars in the colors of the Joplin stars, and Joplins have been traced without doubt to Josephs...who likewise use a swan! What does this mean? A Joseph link to Pinks? [Expected]

Just found: the Binkle/Bingly Coat shows two signs of linkage to Jansons: 1) the wings in Crest; 2) the Washington / Janson bars in black. But it also uses a white pheon suggesting that Janson liners had merged with the Pilate line in the Firth of Forth area. What was that line? English Palmers/PARMers use the Washington bars in the colors of the Binkle/Bingly bars. This was the Gorgon line from PARIUM through the Parisii to Yorkshire, where both Binkle's and Palmers were first found.

[I'm interpreting it as the mother trunk of Pharisees in Parma, near Placentia, allied to Panico and finding there way to Picts at the Firth of first going through Pictones of France (Julius Caesar mentioned them in BC times, and says they painted their bodies), beside the Santones of Saintes and Lemovices of Limousin. The Santones are suspect as proto-Sinclairs who come up as "Saint," and are therefore suspect as the proto-Senussi. "Caesar depended on [Pictone] shipbuilding skills for his fleet on the Loire. Their chief town Lemonum, the Celtic name of modern-day Poitiers (Poitou)..." It means that Pictones were in cahoots with Sintians of Lemnos, the island of Hephaestus whom I've interpreted as an Halybes peoples mixed with his wife's Heneti > Veneti line, a perfect picture that names Alba after "Halybes" and meanwhile traces the Vains/Vans/Phone-branch Veneti to the Pict woman giving birth to Pontius Pilate.]

It just so happens that below this insert, the Jos(s)ie surname was found (yesterday) on the Firth of Forth, using what looks like a version of the Lord Coat, with obvious importance where Joseph Caiaphas is expected to be from the same line that birthed Pontius Pilate.

As the Corse surname had traced to the Firth of Forth, by what coincidence do Josie's and Hunters both use green bugles with red stripes while Hunters show a "CURSum PERficio" motto??? Now you know. And if that's not enough, the greyhound in the Hunter Crest is identical in design with the one in the Palmer Crest! DESIGN MATTERS.

I've just realized that Italian Palmers [link to Parma] use the crown design in the Alpin Coat [yet another reason to trace northern Italy to Kenneth MacAlpin]. The theme in the Alpin Coat is a sword in front of a tree, used by Lothians (Perthshire, where Corse's were first found). Josie's were first found in Lothian. The Lothian tree has the striped Traby / Weight bugle, as well as the talbot design of Dansers. The "perFICio" motto of Hunters may now include the Faucets of Lothian, in Haddington, the part of Lothian where Josie' were frist found. Many Flemings settled this area that likely gave the flame symbol to Kenneths.

The Darts/Darths, I've just realized, use the same ermined-fesse colors as the Italian Palmers! It's no coincidence because Darts/Darths use the Kenneth flames (over a rock) while Italian Palmers use the Alpin crown!!! It means that the Darts/Darths do link to Kenneth MacAlpine, and yet trace to Palmer elements in Italy.

The Lothian talbot is in play in the Lot Crest, and then the two-headed black eagle [always suspect now with 600 Benjamites / Chep/Jepp/Jabach / Julius-Caesar elements] in the Lot Coat is used by Maxwells...of Maxton, where Rutherfords and Scotts lived. The "reviresco" motto of Maxwells, I've just realized, is code for the River Esk, one in Yorkshire, where Maxwells and related Palmer/Parmer Mysians were first found, and one at Musselburgh of Lothian, where Josie's were first found.

[During the proof read here, which is where I quoted the Pictones article, it dawns on me that Julius Caesar may have mated with a Pictone noble when using them to build his ships. What could it mean? English Julians (green lizard/salamander) use a flame in Crest too, suggesting the possibility that Kenneth MacAlpin had been from a line of Caesar with the Pictone woman, the line also to Pontius Pilate. As Currys were first found in Lothian, see too that French Julians use the same saltire as Currys! Just like that, a Julian line is tracing to Lothian, home of Picts.

Currys use the Heath rooster design, and Heaths are suspect (not only as the Morte/Mott / Death/Darth mother trunk of Maccabees, but) as a branch of Keiths/Keaths, likewise first found in Haddington, and as a branch of the Seaton/Sitten Flemings. The latter use a green dragon breathing flames, and were likewise first found in Lothian. German Julians even use crescents in colors reversed to the Seaton crescents. The French Julian Chief is in the colors and style of the Panico Chief. The suspense is killing me. We're on the verge. My bet is that "Josie" traces to the Guis term of Guido's, the Guerra=Pharisee line and the line of Joseph Caiaphas merged together in northern Italy. Julius Caesar did not invade the Picts when he invaded Britain.

I traced the Crichtons/Craightons/CREEtons (first found in Lothian), who use a green dragon, to "Cruithen/Cruithne," the alternative name of the Picts, they say, or even the Irish ancestry of the Picts. The Cree's/Craiths, you may recall, had linked to the Rome's/Rooms (first found where we expect Caiaphas / Ananias lines) so as to make it possible for a Julius-Caesar trace to the Cruithen>Picts. But the Cree's / Craiths had also been discovered ( several weeks ago) as a merger with Payens / Paine's (i.e. the Panico trace suspect to Picts), especially Pagans/Pagnells using the Panico label and the blue-and-gold diagonal bars of Cree's/Crete's/Craits. Then, in this update, the diagonal blue-and-gold bars of Guerra's were discovered along with their green dragon. What's more, the Crichtons/Creetons use the blue lion suspect from Caiaphas lines.

It's clear: the line from Guido Guerra merged with the Crichtons who were in-turn named after the Picts who had merged with a Rome/Room line of Panico kin (Rome's use "Pungit" as code for Pagans/Pagnells, and "placit" for their Roman lines in Placentia). Then, the Currys became suspect with "Guerra," and it just so happens that French Julians use the Curry saltire, in colors reversed to the Annan(dale) saltire, a family from Annandale in DumFRIES (i.e. term suspect with Pharisee > Freie), where Rome's/Rooms were first found, and where Bruce's merged who use the blue lion of Crichtons.]

It just so happens that this deviation into the Binkle/Bingly topic started with a question on a Joplin paragraph, and then the Cheps/JEPPs/Jabachs use a two-headed eagle in the colors of the same above [I didn't yet realize that the Chep/Jepp/Jabach eagle was that in the Arms of GUILLEStre, where I traced both the Glass / Glasgow surname and the Julian surname.] The CHEPstow location is beside Magor, and "ZOOOWWWWIE", JOPlins and Finns use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Majors/Magors (anchor)!!! The latter use the Palmer / Hunter greyhound design while Joplins and Greys/Croys/Groys (anchor) share a white-on-red upright lion in the same design! Thus, with Josie's using the Hunter bugle, it means that Josie's were a branch of Joplin-related Josephs who use the "mago" motto term, and it also means that Josephs and Joplins do trace to Magor and neighboring Chepstow (Monmouthshire). AMAZING what heraldry can tell.

As I'm tracing Joplins to "Jabesh," and then tracing "Caiaphas" to "Jabesh" too, see that the same lion appears in the Capes Coat. In the 2nd update of this month, I added a small piece (in italics) to the following:

A trace of Geddes to Placentia gets one close to the Guido's, which included the count Albert di Guido of Panico in the Bologna theater (albeit Bologna and Panico had struggles against one another.) The article has a title: "I Conti di Panico e La Rocca delle Bedolete in Val di Setta." It sounds as though counts of Panico were merged with Bedolete in a Sette valley...]

"Check out the Capes scallops found in a Beddel/Beadle Coat! It tends to trace Beddels to Bedolete at Setta!!!"

Isn't that sealed, signed and delivered in the blood of Caiaphas? And the Beatle/Bedwell Coat (BEDford!!!) uses an hourglass Shield as do Guido's! Who were these Guido's, so important suddenly? Pharisee liners, right? And who's lozenges do Beatle's/Bedwells use? The Joplin-related Fink(el)s, right? The Vinci merger with Guido Guerra, right? The da-Vinci cult line that murdered Jesus, right?

It means that the Payens = Panico's of Setta, who merged with Guido's of Bedolete, merged with Pharisees. And the La Rocco entity (the Roxolani amongst the Strange's?) is even found in the Beatle/Bedwell description: "On a rock a fort in flames, proper." Who else has a rock in flames? The Kenneths who were traced to Guido's even apart from anything found in the last few paragraphs. It's working to trace Guido liners to the Pict-Scot merger, where de-Vere traces his Veres. Ferrara = Fergus, trust me, it's true. The Pharisee line to the Picts. Mythical MODred, the one who killed / replaced king Arthur. Mythical BEDiVERE, grail knight of king Arthur, you get it now.

The same scallops are used by Happs/Apps/Epps with what should prove to be the Covert/Coffert fesse. Note the battle-axe, symbol of Halberts, in the Cover Crest, for the Cover bend in is the colors of the Covert/Coffert fesse. [Below, I outline Maccabee roots and their migration via the Motts of the Guido theater, though the English Motts are said to be from Cotes du Nord in Normandy. The Cover bend is said to be cotised, you see. I know of no Cotes du Nord in Normandy, however, but there is a region by that name in Brittany, beside Dol. The Cover write-up traces to Count Alan of Brittany, and proto-Alans of Dols will be all over the Mott-Guido topic. Don't miss it.]

The anchor theme above is recalling the identification of the 600 Benjamites with the Anaki at Bethlehem. It just so happens that the anchor term of GREYs leads to the Anchor/Annacker surname. But as I identified the 600 Benjamites with the Meshwesh, who later became Amazons, by what coincidence were there mythical GRAEae Amazons in north Africa??? As the Joplin paragraph was dealing with Fink(el)s because they share stars with Joplins, by what further coincidence do Anchors/Annackers use lozenges in the colors of the Finkel lozengy Shield??? [It's the 600 Benjamites to the Pink-related Finks, right? To the Panico's.]

There's more, for the 600 Benjamites were traced to proto-Romans while tracing their wives from "Jabesh" to the "Japodes" beside Rijeka and Losinj, the latter being where I trace the heraldic "lozeng." The Arms of Rijeka use the two-headed black eagle to which the Maxwell eagle has been tracing for about a year now. The Rijeka eagle is on a rock, code for Roxburgh elements of Maxwells, and then Rutherfords of Maxton in Roxburghshire use "A goose proper on a rock." [It the two-headed eagle of Cheps/Jepps/Jabachs, isn't it, from the Japode's. Did you notice the black eagle in the Pagan/Pagnell Crest?]

There is no question that this is what God wanted to reveal to the world ever since He gave me the short dream, that I shared in an update a few weeks ago, wherein I realized that the Benjamites were Masci liners. I knew that message was a large part of my calling, and here is the heraldic evidence right before your eyes if you care to delve into it. You have His word on it: the raven pirates will no longer bring up sons on this planet to destroy what He created mankind for. These thieves will be rounded up like pigs to the slaughter. Where they think to be assembling together to seize the greatest prize ever, yet, right in the midst of their tracks the skies of Armageddon will rain down upon them. We have the choice not to partake of them.

With Jewish Finkels thus identified as Joplins, and therefore as the line from Joseph Caiaphas, what about the da-VINCi fink? Actually, I'm the fink for investigating and telling what I'm not supposed to. I don't mind being the Fink of God. I'd like to be there when Jesus has his appointment with Joseph, to talk over a certain issue.

The Vince/Vinchi griffin or winged lion is used by Deaths/Darths who are suspects at the birth of Pontius Pilate, and then by some coincidence the Caiaphas-line Shaws use the Pillette/Pilotte grails. What do we think that's all about? Why are Deaths/Darths = Arthurian lines tracing to the Vinci location at Florence? We need to ask the lines to Bute = Avalon that came from the Florence area, and meanwhile passed through the Botters at Lucca. The BattiFOLLE location, that is, which might just be honored in the treFOIL in the mouth of the Death/Darth griffin. The Death/Darth write-up even traces to "fuel," a RoqueFEUIL-like term. But why should Deaths/Darths trace to Roquefeuil's trefoil? Ask the sons of Israel's chief priests at neighboring Rennes-le-Chateau that traces to the Reno river.

Didn't the Griffins ("Ne vile velis" motto) trace to Joplin-related Jeffersons? The Death/Darth griffin happens to be in the colors of one Irish Griffin griffin, while the Death/Darth crescents are in the colors of the other Griffin griffin. As the Griffins linked to the Jefferson griffin, can we trace Jefferson lines to Arthurian lines? Yes, for Jeffersons traced to south Wales at Monmouth, where GEOFFREY of Monmouth created Arthurian codework. The Caiaphas and Chep/Jepp/Jabach line traces exactly to Monmouth.

There's no sons of Jesus and Magdalene there. There has been nobody coming out claiming to be a son or daughter of Jesus and Magdalene in all of history. How would those descendants, if they existed, ever escape being found out in the earliest times by those who would chatter about them until writers and historians recorded what was being said?

Palmers/Parmers use the trefoil too, yet Italian Palmers use the Dart/Darth Shield. Then, Spanish Palmers use a Shield split in half vertically in the colors of the same of the Arms of Placentia, while a small square is at the top of the Dart/Darth Coat that's in the colors of the small square in the Arms of Placentia.

I've just noted that Parma (Trojan-suspect location of proto-Pharisees), about 50-60 miles from Placentia, uses a cross style and colors reversed from that of pheon-using Johnsons. The Jefferson/Jephson saltire could apply, especially as the 600 Benjamites must trace to the Trojans at the root of Romans. [Also, as the saltire of French Messeys/Messier's (Burgundy, where pheon-using Pilate's were first found) is that of Jeffersons, note that English Messier's (showing no Coat) were first found in the same place (Lincolnshire) as pheon-using Johnsons and grail-using Pillette's/Pilotte's who both use Messey/Messier / Jefferson colors. Doesn't this suggest that Jeffersons/Jephsons were from Japodes living beside the Maezaei, yet merged with the Israeli chief priests?]

Don't Palmers/Parmers use the Washington bars in black-on-white? Yes, and then the "Ne vile" motto phrase of Griffins speaks to the Neville's using the white-on-red saltire, which is not only colors reversed from the Annandale saltire that traces to Placentia's Ananes, but is the Washington (and Curtry) saltire as it was granted to Gascony. Yes, for the Nevill write-up says so: "Their name, however, is a reference to Neuville, Sur Touques of Orne in the canton of GACEY, Normandy, the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066."

Johnsons (and their Kilpatrick kin) were first found in the same place as Annandale! The Johnsons even use pheons so as to link to Vains/Vans/Phones, king Arthur's "wife." The Parma cross is in the colors of the same style cross used by Balas' (Glamorgan), and then behold, that Alexanders use crescents in the colors of the Death/Darth crescents! We have just found Alexander Balas' Seleucid-Maccabee line at Parma, while it had been expected, as of a couple of weeks ago, at Placentia! Not bad, I almost hit the bull's eye with a zoom-zoom fiery dart. [Reminder: I suggested that Pharisees changed their name to Phar-like terms, much like "Parma."]

Perhaps it's coincidental, perhaps not, that the Covert/Coffert fesse is in the colors of the Dart/Darth fesse. The latter surname was first found in the Cornwall peninsula (where Wassa's were first found who link to Parma), and it traces to Italian Parmers without doubt. If the chief priests of Israel can be traced to Parma, then that traces them back to Gorgons/Mysians of Parium, home of mythical Paris:
"The Roman colony [of Parma] was founded in 183 BC, together with Mutina (Modena); 2,000 families were settled." That date is just when Maccabee's were gearing up their priesthood out of Modiin in Israel:

Mattathias ben Johanan (died 165 BC)...was a Jewish priest...from a rural priestly family from Modi'in. Like all fit priests, he served in the Temple in Jerusalem. He was a son of Yohannan, grandson of Simeon, the Hasmonean, and great-grandson of Asmon or Hasmonaeus, a Levite...

I'm going to ignore the genealogy as given by Mattathias himself when he traced Asmon to the ancient Levites as perhaps he saw fit. Instead, I assuming that Asmon was from a gentile location, and implanted in Israel by Romans to defeat the Seleucids, which were defeated by the sons of Mattathias. I'm assuming that proto-Asmon was from Laevi Gauls in northern Italy, who were, in my opinion, from very-ancient pagan Levites out of Israel as per the pagan Levite we see amongst the 600 Danites, or in the Judge's story on Micah, a Levite from Bethlehem.

It was Mattahthias' son, Jonathan, who formed the alliance with Alexander Balas, future king of Seleucids. With Deaths/Darts using the Alexander crescent, and meanwhile tracing to Parma, founded just as Modena was founded, we've got to sit up straight and find the final clues that nail the coffin of Caiaphas shut.

Note that while the Jonathan rooster traced to the rooster of Heaths/Hethe's (in the colors of the Death/Darth griffin), the Darths are said to be from "Aeth." They show a D'Eath variation jibing with "Heath." The Morte's show the same crescent colors, and easily link to a Death theme of the Deaths/Darths, and yet the Morte's are shown properly as "Mott," like what one could expect from "Modi'in." The Morte's/Motts use a white estoile, the colors of the Balas estoiles. Haven't we figured out the better part of the mystery that, obviously, the heraldry masters knew at one time?

Reminder: "A couple of days after writing here, it dawned that "Aethelbert," the old variation of "Albert," is an Aeth term, the term that Deaths/Darth's/D'Aeths are said to be from!" It means that Seleucid-Maccabees using the Alexander / Death / Mott crescent were intimate with the Albert at the root of D'Aeths.

The Morte/Mott write-up: "The name, however, descends from the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, Mott a town in Cotes du Nord, Normandy." I can find no Mott location in Normandy. But Cotes? It just so happens that the Cotes Crest is a rooster, and it appears to be in the same design as the rooster head in the Heath/Hethe Crest, the symbol of the Heath's/Hethe's.

Then, entering "Cote" gets the lattice design of the Mode's/Modens/Modeys. As I go on, let it be reminded: "Agnes [of Montferrat], who married Count Guido Guerra III Guidi of Modigliana." MODigliana is about 30 miles south-east of Bologna in the Faenza theater.

We have two choices. One, Hasmoneans of Modi-in named Modena in 183 BC, not likely. Or, the Roman armies under Scipio that retreated from Hannibal into Placentia and Cremona (in 218 BC) were re-settled on the outskirts, some of them ending up at Parma, some at Modena. Some leaders in Modena were then given the option of fighting Seleucids in the Palestine theater, and were transplanted for the purpose, finding the daughter of the Israeli leader at the time, who became the matriarch of Hasmoneans. It would be very interesting if heraldry could tell us what sort of people in Modena went to become the Maccabees. But this recalls the Ordovices at Arddu in northern Wales, said to be named after the hammer, and they lived at Mona.

Moreover, as the Dart / Darth bloodline was first found in the same place as Alberts and Albertsons, and besides linked to Halberts at Bologna, here's the Albertson description: "A savage with a sledge hammer over his shoulder." As I'm tracing "Alb(ert)" to "Halybes," represented by the mythical metal smith (i.e. hammer symbol), Hepheaestus, it looks good for a Maccabee trace back to the Lemnian metal workers.

My guess at the present is that, when Jonathan Maccabee formed his alliance with Balas, the forthcoming Hasmoneans were permitted to acquire a white-on-black crescent adopted by the descendants of Balas, and these Seleucid-Maccabees went on as the white-crescent Motts (sporting the Balas estoile but with eight points instead of six), with a Morte variation coming later. They ended up at Cotes du Norde (there's a location by that name in Brittany, but I cannot find one in Normandy), but before that, I assume the Jonathan-line Maccabees were in Parma with in-laws, and from that point they also became the Deaths/Darths and Darts/Darths, whom, at some point, had merged with Vinci elements (from the Vinci location at Florence).

The above was not at all stated to be a foot to fit the following shoe, but look at how well it fits: "In the Ottone write-up: "In the 9th century A.D the city was a papal territory but remained true to the Guelphs. Records are found in 1280, when Oddo Oddi was mayor of Parma." " The Ottones use the long, solid chevron (almost) of the Chappes'! It has the potential to trace Caiaphas lines to Parma, and as Washingtons trace to Palmers/Parmers, this recalls the Washington trace (of others) to mythical Odin.

The Maccabees also merged with the Griffins (Garebite suspects) who must have been Jefferson liners from Jabesh, who evolved into Geoffrey of Monmouth, explaining why the Monmouth Coat is nearly identical with the Maud Coat, but also explaining why Jabesh elements named Chepstow of Monmouth. I didn't know until now that entering "Cheps" (i.e. like "Jabesh") with the 's'; gets the Chep Coat.

There is a Caen location in the Calvados area of Normandy that gets the lattice of the Caen Coat. Caen is very close to Bayeux = the Bessin, and then Bessins (Took/Tolkien colors) use bees. There is a Lisieux location in Calvados that may have to do with "Mona Lisa." YES, for Lisieux is on the Touques river, suggesting the Took/Tolkien surname using griffins in the colors of the Vince/Vinch griffins!!!

Here are the two besants of the Touques on the Touques river flowing through the Pont-l'Eveque area of the Normandy Sinclairs, who, like Heaths/Hethe's, use a gold rooster. Then, note how the Heath/Hethe and Took/Tolkien Coats both use solid chevrons.

[We have the MaccaBEEs nailed down at the Touques, beside the bee-line Bessin of the Maccabee-suspect Meschins, kin of mace-using Maceys. The only think missing is the nail bag, but I'll bet the Neils and Baggs were hiding out there too. Even the measuring Tape can trace to the Toques in that Tape's/Toops (grails, water bougets) were first found in the same place (Lincolnshire) as Messier's, where Ranulf le Meschin got his wife. UNBELIEVABLY, while the Messier's were not in mind when using the "measuring tape" as pun for the Tape/Toop surname, yet upon entering "Measure" (when I saw the resemblence to "Messier"), the Messier's of Lincolnshire came up! Reminder: Messier's had just finished tracing to grail-using Pillette's/Pilotte's while Messier-suspect Tapes likewise use grails.]

[[[The day after writing the insert below, I found the elusive Mott location of the Motts/Morte's as Motte-Fouquet (in Orne at Alencon). The location is not on my atlas, but judging from Wikipedia's map, it's smack at Ferte-Mace!!! ASTOUNDING CORROBORATION that Maceys were Maccabees. [And Motte-Fouquet at about 25 miles from Gace.] The Arms of Alencon is a two-headed eagle! Jabesh elements, right? Note that the Arms of the Dukes of Alencon use diagonal bars in the colors of the same in the Guerra Coat. I couldn't ask for a better trace of Motts back to to Guido Guerra. What a farce Masonry is, trying to depict itself as a Jesus-type ultra-illuminated religion when in reality it's from the blind Pharisees who lead the blind.

One can now trace the Motts of Motte-Fouquet to Faucets at MUSSELburgh because the Faucet and Fouquet/Foucher Coats (see Fuggers/Fugitts too) both use the same black lion. It's suggesting that Foix (beside Rennes-le-Chateau) belongs to Motte-Fouquet elements. [After the long insert below, when I come back to this topic, a Gace location at the Touques river is found, wherefore let me remind that Jossie/Josie's, who can easily be from Gace/Gasson variations of Wassa's, were first found in Haddington, in Lothian, and it just so happens that this topic will trace like a flood to Haddington's Musselburgh location, the obvious spot of the Fouquet > Faucets. The insert below was written yesterday as I write here, and has a trace of Motts to Currys of Lothian, where Faucets were first found.]

Note that the black lion design in the Faucet Crest is the black Gernon lion, for Ranulph de Gernon, earl of Cheshire, was a son of Ranulph le Meschin, and I traced Musselburg to Meschins on my first-ever attempt at tracing Musselburgh (the clues were obvious); but look at the Coat of Mussels (Lincolnshire again), using plates (white roundels) as does the Arms of Orne. Doesn't it suggest that Gernons were Guerra's? [check out what could be the Julian cross in colors reversed from the Guerra dragon in the Grenon Coat]. The same black lion is in the Bedford Crest, important now that Beatle's/Bedwells, first found in Bedford, have traced to Bedolete of the Panico's and Guido-Guerra. The topic is going right back to where we started with Motts. This triple [[[ insert continues after the long insert immediately below. It will work well this way.

Kenneth Links to Idris is to the Awraba Tribe of Berbers

[Long Insert -- In the Italian webpage about Panico, there is quite a bit on Bedolete, and here's what else was found: "Castello di Muzzolo de' Conti da Panico" Then, the "muzzled" term has been found (by me) in only one surname description, though I have found many muzzled bears, including that of the Forbes (stag in Crest) with "guide" motto term that should be code for a Guido line. The Forbes bear is identical even in colors with the Alis bear, and it's the latter's bear that's said to wear a muzzle. By what coincidence do the Forbes thus trace the muzzled bear to Guido's while there was a Muzzolo castle belonging to Panico's who had a count Albert? The Hallis variation of Alis' can even suggest the Hall bloodline that may be in play in "Albert/HALbert."

It just so happens that the Alis Coat uses a fir tree with a sword in front of it, as does the Alpin Coat. What do you make of that? It looks like a trace from Muzzolo castle to Kenneth MacAlpin. As the Alis motto term is that of Keiths in Lothian's MUSSELburgh area, the Muzzolo trace to Musselburgh is clinched. And that traces Keiths to the Albert-related Deaths/Darths/D'Aeth's, doesn't it?

It's now clear: the Guido Guerra line goes to Kenneth MacAlpin with the Mussel - Mott line through the Touques area of Maccabee-infested Normandy.

Recall when I had lost the surname with "itur" motto term, for it was re-found in the alternative Kenneth Coat. What does it mean? Didn't Idris' Berber family trace to Shake's/Shakerleys with the molehills? Shouldn't Idris' descendants trace to the same? Can we find a way to link Kenneths either to the Shake's or Shakespeare's? Yes, from the rock in the Crest of Tongue's who use a "Steady" motto term for the Steady/Steed surname using the muzzled bears (same design exactly) of Alis/Hallis''!!! Get a Gripp of youself, asking: can Tongues link to Kenneths? Yes, for the Rocco's in the rock symbol use the bend colors of Shakespeare's.

Plus, the Shakespeare bend is used by Gripps/Grabbers who honor Graves who in-turn use tongues. To absolutely prove that Grave's link to Shakespeare's, the split Grave Shield is in the colors of the same of Fulke's/Folks using the Shakespeare spear design (has a point at both ends).

Why are Itureans of the Shake kind tracing to Fulks of Anjou? That's where the Melusine Vere's are traced by Nicholas de Vere, and Melusine (said by Nicholas to be the mother of Milo de Vere, count of Anjou / Angers) has traced by her Elvin code to king Alpin. I traced Melusine (years ago) to Lusatia and its Spree river, which suggested the Spree surname using the crescent colors of SPEERs! Apparently, the Ishaq Berbers had merged as Shake's/Shacks with this Spree > Speer line to become the green-dragon woman, Melusine (sometimes given a fish tail).

The Steady/Steed Crest is the same stag design used by Plantagenets, who were birthed by the line of Fulke's/Folks, and then French Plante's share a patee cross with Jacques de Molay. Plantagenets trace to a Pleche entity that smacks of PHLEGyas, the Lapith line suspect at Aleppo where Idris is being traced suggestively, i.e. to the Mitanni house of Idrim in Aleppo. Nicholas de Vere says that his witchcraft-beloved Vere bloodline traces to ancient Mitanni...whom I trace to "Modena > Modi-in." It appears that the Vere mystery has been solved in all truth in the various causes of the various lines to and from the Israel chief priests, murderers of God who took refuge in witchcraft, and in a covenant with death.

The "sanz" motto term of Shakespeare's predicts the Graves eagle design, thus clinching the Gripp/Grabber link to Shakespeare's...that traces the in-law Berber family of Idris to Garebites at Harbiye in the Iturean theater! Or, at least, Harbiye was very near to Qinnasrin, also called Chalcis, likely named after Chalcis, capital in Massyas (Lebanon) of the Itureans. What a sudden surprise. The Kenneth-Crest flame (with rock) may even have been code for tongues at one time, for as you can see, the flames are drawn with definite tongue shapes.

Plus, La Rocca is smack at the Panico theater where the ancestry or descendants of Kenneth MacAlpine is tracing.

Do understand what just happened? I had not at all found proof that "Idris" or his blood traces to Itureans, and yet here we have a solid trace of Idris to a surname using an "itur" motto term. Plus, the Whinnie variation of the itur-using Kenneths smacks of the Quincys of WINchester who had traced in an earlier insert to QINNasrin, the Iturean capital. Now, compare "KENNETH" with "QINNASrin." Amazing coincidence. But what does it mean?

The Alis' and Keiths both use "Vincit," a term reflecting "WINchester, or "Quince," or "Qinnas(rin)." It could mean that the Vinci location at Florence was an Iturean one. Florence is about 50-60 miles from Imola, where Moulay Idriss had traced earlier. Florence is just 40 miles from the Marzabotto / Setta location of Panico's. I cite MarzaBOTTO because I think it traces with Tongue's and Kenneth liners to Botters at Lucca, as per the "Lucco" motto term of Kenneths. Then, recalling that Shake's/Shacks use "molehills" rather than just moles, it just so happens that Vince's and Hills both use black-on-white fesses.

Whose white crescent is in the Hill Crest? Ask the Motts, for Vince's use the Death/Darth griffin design along with white crescents in the two colors of the Mott crescent. The Hill tower therefore belongs to the Motts (with Morte variation), for it's the MORATin tower design.

Wow, I was scrolling through this update page to find the other "itur" spot above, and accidentally went the wrong way, downward, which found the "patITUR" term of Chesters (Derbyshire, same as Graves), who use the Shaw motto! Don't Caiaphas-based Shaws trace to the Panico theater exactly, at Setta???

What about "Chester" versus "WinCHESTER." It's more incredible because the full motto of Chesters and Shaws is: "VINCit qui patitur"!!! Amazing coincidences. What have we just uncovered under the Kenneth rock? The burnt souls in the flames of Hell.

Then, as English Shaws had their ermined lozenges traced to the Thicks/Thecks, by what further coincidence do the latter use BITTURns? Itureans are coming up everywhere, even wearing the underpants of Caiaphas in all his sinful nakedness. I had even traced the "qui" term of Shaws to KAIsariya, what was once Mazaca, not very far from Aleppo / Harbiye.

I had been keeping an eye out for the hind design that Forths use, and here it is re-found in the Irish Shaws. The latter are not only in Shakespeare colors, but use a spear through the hind's neck! What a great laugh I get everytime discoveries roll out like this. What does this underlying Iturean element mean in the line of the chief priests of Israel? Was the Iturean element injected before those priests arrived to their history? Was Scottish Rite Masonry based in Kenneth links to Iturean Setta?

Forths proved to be from the corsair pirates from Morocco, and that topic had even brought the Winchesters to mind as per the colors of the Corse's! Why did Winchesters come to mind of all those using green and white? I had not yet traced Quincys to Qinnasrin, didn't even know about Qinnasrin yet, didn't even get to the Iturean article yet. And Winchesters came to mind at the Firth of Forth. Aaide from the inserts, the first mention of Winchesters in this update occurred like so: "When finding the green-on-white saltire of the Perthshire Corse's, before I had the evidence above that they might be the corsair pirates, the green-on-white Carters of WINchester came to mind because I knew that Winchesters, and it's ruler, Saer de Quincy, use mascles, the Spinks / Seneschal symbol."

[Let's back up to the trace of Spinks to Spine's/Spings as they themselves traced back to the Sinclair line of Balso D'espaines > Espaines/Spinato's/Espagne's. Let's assume what seems obvious, that "D'Espaines" was a fancy French term for the Payne's/Paine's, and then let's see what comes up when we enter "Pint," as per an S-less "Spineto." That's what was just done before starting this paragraph, for reasons stated in this paragraph, and here's what was wrought in the Italian Pine Coat: five crescents in the colors of the five Spinks mascles. Spanish Pints then use the same five crescents in the red-on-white of the crescents of Speers now tracing to a merger with the "Ishaq" liners.

French Pinette's (Limousin), using what looks like a version of the Pilate-related Lord Coat, show crescents in colors reversed to the Italian Pint crescents. Lords were first found in the same place as English Clare's/Clairs, and Pinette's were first found in the same place (Limousin) as French Clairs. The other French Clair's were from Coural and Grave locations, and then Spanish Corals (Corry's, a branch of Orrs from "AWRaba, I'll bet) use the same type eagle as Grave's (and Spinks / Sans) who are now tracing to Kenneth liners (it's tracing Sans / Senussi liners to the Santones again, beside Limousin). ]

Here's from an insert prior to the Corse quote above: "...I'd like to record here that the Quince mascles are in the colors of the Winchester and Finn mascles, and colors reversed to the seven mascles of Finn-like Quince's, first found in the same place as the hind-using Jansons! Therefore, "finish" was code for the Finn / Fein / Vain bloodline, from the Maschi's, for whom the mascles are code, first found in Rimini, between Fano and Ravenna." If this is correct, the Qinnasrin location links to the Vains, Wayne's, Veyns, Vans/Beans, and similar surnames (like "Vinci") at the feet of the Veneti. [See the Pine's/Pyne's with what looks like the Wayne Coat.] In any case, the Fink(el) are most suspect here with the Iturean city, and they use the lozenges of the Beatle's/Bedwells (hourglass Shield) who trace to "Bedolete" smack at the feet of the Panico's, where Kenneths have traced on multiple counts.

As Chesters and Graves were first found in the same place (Derbyshire), it's evoking my trace of "Chester" to mythical "Castor," for the split-Shield of the Grave's was my first clue above that the Peleg-suspect Phlegyas elements at Aleppo led to the idea of divided heraldic Shields. Castor's brother was Pollux, you see. Plus, as I link Joktanites (lived at Sephar) fundamentally to SEPHARvites, it's not coincidental that Castor and Pollux were SPARtans. In fact, in 2 Kings 17:31, we read of the Sepharvite god, ADRAMmolech, which term traced to "Hadoram," Joktan's son, and I traced that very Adram god to "Idrimi" (of Aleppo elements where Phlegyas traces) years ago, but am only now discovering that Idrimi seems to have morphed into "Idris."

Peleg-suspect PULCiphers can be found as "Pulsiphers," first found in Cheshire (these are an example of ones using the Senussi star colors). Pulciphers co-founded Romulus in a Wayne county (Michigan) along with Pullens/Pula's (PELICans, as with Wayne's), the latter being a branch of Romneys, both of which use a bend in the colors of half the Tongue bend, and then the Chester Coat is the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Tanners. The Tongue's are evoking the Tankerville's and Tancreds, kin of Tanners.

It therefore seems that Castor and Pollux -- swan elements -- were Iturean elements (they are in the Bible) of the non-Israeli, pagan-Hebrew kind in Cheshire. As their sister, Helen of Troy, was identified with Mysians on the Hellespont, it explains why Masseys were in Cheshire (ruling Chester). I even traced Spartans to the "Spree" river, the origin of Speers/Spears!!! Therefore, the Shakespeare's appear to be a merger of the Idris-line Itureans with the Spartan-like Itureans in the Spree theater (unless the one line led to the other).

[This would be a good place to insert the Chack/Chick/Cheek surname (crescents in Spree / Speer crescent colors) that was looked up seeking links to "Shake/Shack." While seeking (unsuccessflly) the surname using the swan with the red crosslet showing in the Chack/Chick/Cheek crest, I came across the swan in the CHALK(er) Crest, suggesting that Chalkers and Chaucers, both first found in Kent (i.e. like "Kenza"), were from the Kenza marriage to Idriss, and named after her father, Ishaq. Chaucers had married Roets.]

Reminder: the Shakespeare's must be the Shake's/Shakerleys with MOLEhills tracing to Moulay Idriss because Idris married a daughter (Kanza/Kenza, smacks of "Kenneth"!) of Shake-like Ishaq ibn Mohammd. Being thus convinced that Ishaq's line made it to Britain, I wondered whether the term, Awraba, the name of the Berber tribe, may have made it to Britain, and that's when the Overs came to mind whom I knew by heart to use a bend in colors reversed from the same of Jacques de Molay! Overs were first found in Cheshire!

Overs come up as "Offer." Irish Heffers use the crescent colors of Coffers, and then the Heffer Crest is a hand (without the arm) holding a sword, as with itur-using Kenneths and same-colored Perthshire Shaws. Amazingly, I traced Pollux (given a pugilist symbol anciently) to "Puglia/Apulia, where Taranto is located that uses a naked rider on a dolphin, as does the other Coffer Coat!

The English Heffer Crest even uses the covered crown at the tip of the sword in the Alpin Coats! Therefore, Overs/Offers, Coffers, Heffers and probably similar others are all tracing excellently to "AWRaba." Does this mean I was wrong to trace Heffers and Coffers to "Caiaphas"? Not necessarily, for Kenneth is tracing hard on the other hand, with Idris elements going along, to the Setta theater where Caiaphas came out of. Absolutely amazing. It was a very "lucky" thing that, just prior to finding this Heffer trace to AWRaba, Kenneths linked to Idriss and to Setta too. It's suggesting that the Berber tribe engaged by Idris was a Caiaphas line, meaning also that the forthcoming Senussi were a Caiaphas line.

I'm willing to disregard all traces of Over/Offer / Coffer / Heffer / Covert/Coffert to "Caiaphas" if it's true. But Heffers had even traced very well to an Avaran Maccabee, and to Ananias.

Right now, if I have this right, either all surnames above are fully rooted in "AWRaba," or an Aw(e)r-like term named the Berber tribe and in the meantime independently named Overs and the rest.

Entering "Berber" gets a Berberry variation smacking of Bari, the Apulia capital. I traced Bari to Berry/Bourges/Avaricum in France (near the Pictones), but identified this line as mythical Perdix, a term like PERTH(shire), where the PatITUR-using Shaws had a branch [Aha! I didn't know while writing here initially that the Pert/Pett Crest uses the Thick/Theck Bittern = stork!!!]. Berry was a location of the BITURiges, and then Shaw-related Thicks/Thecks use a "BITTURn settled in the reeds."The Bituriges were led by Bellovesus, whom I traced to Bellamys at Perche, and then the French Perche Coat used two red chevrons, as does the Berber/Berberry Coat. Were "Perche" and "Perth" related terms? See the Kens', possibly from "Kanza," using a chevron in colors reversed to the Berber chevrons.

[Recalling that Julius Caesar started tracing well to Picts in Perthshire and/or to Lothian during the proof read, here I am down here in the proof read, finding that the crescent colors of German Julians are in the Kens Coat (both Coats shows six crescents), important because English Julians and Kenneths share the flames. Kenneth MacAlpin was nine centuries after Julius Caesar. Kens' were first found in the same place (Devon) as flame-using Darts/Derths.

I traced "Perche" to Pierce's and Percivals of Somerset (beside Devon), where the Heffer-related Coffers were first found, and then the muzzled bear seen above that traced to Kenneth MacAlpine is used in a different design in the Percival Crest [Somerset is more important than meets the eye here as per the Idris-line migration to Monmouth and Somerset. I know what this is: the proto-Apollo of Massyas in the Iturean homeland as he developed into Pollux of the Spartans and then founded Somerset, explaining why Idris-branch Itureans came to Somerset when they were booted out of Moulay Idriss]. The Percival Shield-and-Chief combination (patee crosses of Messina's) has already been traced to the Shield of Sepharvite-suspect Shepherds [Spartans, right?], from the Shield of Agrigento [I traced the LaceDaemonian Spartans to the Dumnonni founders of Somerset and Devon, then to Diva = Chester of Castor's Cheshire].

In the second update of this month, it was found that the Messina surname was the most used in a Mussomeli location near Agrigento. Below in this insert, you will see some surprising finds on Muzzo and Musso surnames tracing exactly to Panico's at the Setta valley. Here is what I wrote in that update just after mentioning Mussomeli:

...You'll see shortly why Mussomeli is Obama-important where president Obama traces to the Mosco family at Montechiaro. Note the Kent-like terms (Massins/Masons were first in Kent) in the following quote that could trace to AgriGENTO too: "While still living near Kendu Bay [Kenya], Obama [Sr.] attended Gendia Primary School...From 1950 to 1953, he studied at Maseno National School, an exclusive Anglican boarding school in Maseno. [Kenya]" Regardless of how they say Maseno was named, whether for a hickory tree or otherwise, yet the Maseno term gets the Masseti's/Masons using the fesse in the colors of the Paine's who are definitely related directly to Meschins.

The Paine's/Payne's, from Panico, right? And what about the similarity between "Kendu" and "Kanza," the latter being the Berber whom Idris married? Could it be that the Luo-tribe trace that was suggested for Lewis'/Louis' [south Wales, facing across the waters to Somerset], for example, link to Idris lines too? Remember the trace of Janszoon elements to Bedford, where the Beatle's were first found who trace to Bedolete, ruled by Panico's and/or their kin [you'll see a Muzzolo, count of Panico, before this insert ends]. Luton is in Bedford, and then Lutons -- using the same eagle as Grave's who already linked solidly from Idris lines to Kanza-suspect Kenneths -- show a LEWton variation. [I think the ancestry of the Luo tribe was far more important to Masons than meets the eye at the Wikipedia article on Luo.]

It would be astounding to discover without doubt that Kendu in Kenya traces to the same Lou peoples that formed the Awraba Berbers. Therefore, its important that the Grave / Luton eagle is used almost in the same colors by Dunns and Shakespeare-related Sans'. Isn't that something? It's linking Shakespeare's to Dunns while president Obama's Dunham mother was closely associated with Obama Sr. of the Luo tribe. [Reminder: I identified Luo ancestry with Luwians = Lydians, the ones who named Leda, mother of Pollux and Castor.]

With Idris tracing back to Syria and forward to the Senussi of Cyrene, it should be mentioned that there was an Apamea location in Syria, a Seleucid city named after the mother of the Seleucid queen of Cyrene, Apama II, daughter of Antiochus I. I suppose its possible for a variation of "Luw(ian)" to give birth to "Libya."

Beatle's use what looks like the Kitter / Chattan castle, and then per chance, "Kitter" is an Itur-based term. This could trace Itureans to the Cati of Khazzi = Kizzuwatna, what I identified as mythical CadMUS! Note how Cadmus was from mount Hermon, where there was a PANias/Banias location (beside Laish of the 600 Danites) to which Panico's may trace.

I traced the "qui" term of "PatITUR"-using Shaws to mythical Kay/Cai, and suggested that Caiaphas comes from such terms tracing all the way back to Kaisariya in CAPPAdocia. The Fulke's/Folks using the Shakespeare spear use a motto ("Qui sera sera") that seems to honor Kaisariya. The point here is that one mythical father of Kay/Cai was Cyner, who traces without doubt to the Kinner surname because it showed (until recently) the same bird design as Kays/Keys (see Cyner code in the Scottish Kay/Key motto). Therefore, the Kinner>Kay line must have been the alliance between QINNasrin and Kaisariya. Kinners use a bend in colors reversed from the Shakespeare bend.

I had been wondering whether "Bedolete" traces to the "BETHLehem" (four miles south of Jerusalem) and therefore to Bethlehem's Anaki (from Biblical Anak, an Amorite in Hebron) that I linked to the 600 Benjamites. The two anchors in the Kinner Crest, and it's "hope" motto term for the anchor-using Hope's, can suggest the Anchors/Annackers, you see. IN FACT LOOK AT THIS, at what was said earlier in this update: "As the Joplin paragraph was dealing with Finkels because they share stars with Joplins, by what further coincidence do Anchors/Annackers use lozenges in the colors of the Finkel lozengy Shield???" The Fink(el) were themselves tracing to Vinci elements now tracing to Qinnasrin, but the point is, the Beatle's use lozenges in the same colors!!! Therefore, I am confident that Beatle's/Bedwells and Bedolete were from "Bethlehem" terms, and of the Anaki. This is excellent for tracing the Levite priest, who cut his concubine into pieces -- so as to start the war that left 600 Benjamites with 400 wives from Jabesh -- to the Caiaphas picture.

This priest's concubine was from Bethlehem, but a pagan Micah, in the story of the 600 Danites of Laish, hired a pagan Levite from Bethlehem, and then God used the prophet Micah to announce beforehand the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem. My dream (5th update last December), which convinced me that the 600 Danites and 600 Benjamites were Meshwesh, started with a vision of execution papers having two names, Masci and Micah. The next day after I awoke, the dream was explained in the Hippodamia Meshwesh, as Hippodamia was related to Laius, a descendant of mythical CadMUS representing Laish lines. Thereafter, the trace of 600 Benjamites of Jabesh and Rimmon to Masci lines proved to be absolutely true and stunning for the revelations that it provided. It is now tracing to Joplins at Goplo, to Jeffersons in the Maschi / Rimini theater, and so much more. The rest of this update has not yet been proof-read; expect errors.

The Iturean - Caiaphas Merger

As mythical Hector (code for that surname) was the other mythical father of Kay, I am ready to entertain pharaoh Khyan as the term naming "Qinnasrin" (suggesting that "aser(in)" is a secondary entity). Or, Khyan had a son, YANASSi, that may have been the term to name, QINNASrin. There was a Jannas listed as one of a string of six Hyksos kings: Salatis (smacks of the Saletins of Sale, Morocco!), Beon (smacks of Vains/Beans), Apachnas (alternative name of Khyan), Apophis, Jannas and Asses. Remember, Khyan had a Mus / Mesha household (I don't know what it was called exactly, but it named Biblical Moses), and then a Massyas location was a part of Iturea. Note the double-s ending of "Massyas," as with "Moses" and "Meshwesh." As African Meshwesh were "Mazyes," it tends to trace them to Massyas and to Mazaca, the latter being re-named, Kaisariya, i.e. proto-Kay.

There are two amazing discoveries here, one being my stupidity. One, the Vains/Beans happen to use a version of the Etter/Atter Shield, suggesting ITUReans. Secondly, how could I not have sought a Salatis trace to the Sales-of-Masci??? In all those years when I could not hammer down the derivation of "Salyes," there it was in Salatis, a Hyksos king. Right? Sale's are also, "Sallete." Was "Seleucus," therefore, from "Salatis? I imagine so. Remember, Seleucid ancestry was in the Thesprotian circle of Greeks that included Khyan-suspect Chaonians. Now we're making sense. And Chaonians lived in Hebrew-like Epirus (ancient Hebrews were "Apiru/Abiru").

It was surprising to find that Massyas (which I've not known before) was also called, Marsyas, the name of a mythical goat cult of Phrygia that I traced to Boofima along with tracing it to African Meshwesh. Massyas explains why Boofima traced to Meshwesh, meaning that Meshwesh must have been at Massyas, meaning also that we have found a branch of the 600 Benjamites at Massyas, not very far from Laish and its 600 Danites. How and when did they get to Massyas? Sniff, sniff, was Idris from them?

Some trace Itureans to Biblical "Jetur," a son of Ishmael, and this may have been a very old idea, older than Strabo, for he lumps Itureans in with what he calles "Arabians," living between Israel and Syria. My concern now is where Wikipedia had located Itureans as far north as Qinnasrin = Chalcis ad Bellum. Yes, Strabo speaks of a Chalcis capital of Itureans, but was it really Chalcis ad Bellum, or was there another Chalcis in Lebanon? "...Roman times locates [Itureans] in the plain of Massyas (Marsyas) between Laodicea and Chalcis...Later there were only remnants of the great Iturean kingdom, with Chalcis as the capital, one of which was Abilene, ruled by the tetrarch Lysanias (Luke iii. 1)..." I trace "Apollo/Abello" to "Abila," capital of Abeline, and then Apollo was the chief of the Muses, now looking like they included this Massyas nation. But do note that Strabo (wrote during the life of Jesus) differentiates between Itureans and Massyas, saying that Massyas is a plain between the Iturean capital and Laodicea.

Yet, the Syrian Laodicea (modern Latakia) seems too far north from Lebanon to be relevant to Strabo's topics as he discusses Massyas. The location of Strabo's Chalcis is not known with certainty, I'm reading online as I investigate here, and yet Wikipedia has no doubt of it's location south-west of Aleppo (way too far from Lebanon). Strabo, after discussing Lebanese and Damascus geography in some detail, says that Massyas is a plain containing "some mountains." He says that the plain starts at "Laodiceia, near Libanus". In other words, a Laodicea near Lebanon, not the one at Latakia. Even after his first mention of Massyas, he's on the topic of Byblos and does not at all venture at this point into the part of Syria north of Lebanon. He actually goes south from Byblos to the Lycos river, saying that a Berytus region was retrieved by the Romans and joined as one province with a part of the neighboring Massyas region. It tends to locate Massyas' southern-most parts in the northern half of Lebanon. The question is, how far north of Lebanon did Massyas stretch?

Fortunately, on the page below, there is a mention of a "Laodicea of Phoenice," otherwise called, Beruto, though Strabo called it Berytus, now Beirut (on the coast). It's locating the southern-most parts of Massyas at Beirut. Not far north of Beirut, and still on the Lebanese coast, is Triploi, marked TARAbulus on my atlas, an Itur term possibly, and possibly linking to many similar terms all the way to the Atter/Tyre surname.

In any case, the trick now is to find the Chalcis mentioned by Strabo so that the Massyas plain can be defined on both the north and south. He locates Itureans and "Arabians" together in the higher mountain areas of Lebanon, calling them both organized robbers with bases of operation. It brings Janszoon to mind. But it doesn't sound as though the Iturean capital is way up in the Aleppo / Antioch theater at Chalcis ad Bellum. However, the Chalcis of Lebanon may have named Chalcis Bellum, or vice-versa.

When Strabo says some, not all, of Massyas was added to Beirut, he says that this part included northward to the sources of the Orontes, which brings that part of Massyas to about Tartus. But even of "the sources of the Orontes" was not, in Strabo's mind, as far north as Tartus, there's good reason to believe that Massyas elements were at Tartus. What an excellent find this is for me. As I traced "Tartus" to "Tartak," the donkey god of Avvites, this Massyas/Marsyas recalls the donkey ears of king Midas granted by Apollo. These ears were granted in spite, when Midas gave honor to the Marsyas goat (!!) during a musical contest between Marsyas and Apollo. Clearly now, Massyas elements were in Tartus, and then also in Phrygia as mythical Marsyas (before Roman times).

Clearly, the Avvites (whom I traced to "Abila") had merged with Tartus and with proto-Massyas/Marsyas, and the latter became Mars, the Roman god of war, the one who married mythical Romulus to form the Romans...whom I now say were formed by the 600 Benjamites. On the coast north of Tartus, I even see a Baniya location smacking of "Benyamin."

I can only assume that the Massyas plain in Strabo's time was a Mysian one. But what Mysians would end up in Lebanon at that late time? I don't know, but it was in time for Idris centuries later.

Smack next to Homs/Emesa on my atlas, there is a Shinshar location that looks like "Qinnasrin / Qinshren." I can for the moment assume that it was the Chalcis mentioned by Strabo, explaining why there was another Chalcis at Qinnasrin. Homs (on the Orontes) can be regarded as situated at the sources of the Orontes. It was anciently "Emesa" in Strabo's time, where Julia Maesa was from, meaning that Emesa may have been the Massyas capital. I can understand why Masons wouldn't want us to know anything about Massyas. Why haven't I never heard of this place?

Wikipedia says that Tartus was named after Arados, a small island out from Tartus. "Arados" appears related to "Arethusa/Aretusa" and "Aretas."

Al-Rastan was built on the site of ancient Arethusa. According to Roman historian Appian, the city was established by Seleucus I Nikator, founder of the Seleucid dynasty in the 3rd century...

It served as the first capital of the Emesani [i.e. at Emesa/Homs] kingdom in central Syria, a vassal of the Roman Empire, in the mid-1st-century BC.

I'll bet some plumes that Idris, when becoming a refugee of war at Syria, fled to Morocco to be with the Mauritanian line from Glaphyra, wife of a king of Mauritania before she re-married a son of Herod "the great." This is the son (called Archelaus after Glaphyra's priestly family) who minted coins with plumes of feathers in a helmet. Recall the Over/OFFER / COFFER / HEFFER surnames that I traced confidentially to Idris' wife even at the risk of proving my traces wrong to such terms as "Caiaphas."

Within an hour or two of writing that Over/Offer section above, I found the Cafferty/Afferty Coat, a knight on a horse wearing a helmet and plumes. Idris' wife was of the AWRaba tribe, what could modify to "Aver/Affer/Caffer." What an amazing find.

Tracing Idris to Herod liners easily explains why Idris lines are heraldry important. The Cafferty Coat (in the colors of the Coffer Coat) is colors reversed from the lions of Lannoys, and then English Lannoys -- Bedfordshire -- use the plumes in a helmet too. Bedford is where Beatle's/Bedwells were first found who traced to Kenneth MacAlpin before finding that Idris traced to Kenneth MacAlpin.

Recall that the Moroccan location of Fes suggested the Fes/Fay/Fee surname, first found in the same place (Auvergne) as Bouillons. It doesn't mean, necessarily that Godfrey de Bouillon was from Auvergne, but it could be true. The point here is that "Godfrey," as well as Coffer-like "GOFFRey," are shown variations of Caffertys. I wonder what that's all about? Reminder: Godfrey de Bouillon and Josephs shared the swan symbol so that, indeed, Caiaphas lines may trace to Caffertys.

I kid you not, that the Aver/Affer/Caffer theory was born above as I wrote. I then checked the Avery surname to see if it would show links to Idris or his Berber family. I couldn't see anything relevant at the moment, just besants and a fesse, no other symbols. The next thing done was to write the paragraph above, where it was found that the Fes/Fay/Fee Coat is in the colors of the Avery Coat. It's an encouraging rip-roaring start. [I missed noticing "AUVERgne" above, but will catch it later.]

It can be added that while Averys are also in the colors of the Levi lion design used by English Heffers (Somerset, more important than I realized at this point), the Irish Heffer Coat can be perceived as having the Avery (and Thick/Theck) fesse!! Bingo-bango number two. The latter Heffer Coat (Levi lion design in blue) is the one using the Coffer crescents in Chief (Coffers were likewise first found in Somerset).

The Abeline theater (south of Massyas) was given to the Herods, in fact, and I traced the Aretas side of Herod "the great" to "Arethusa." But I didn't know until now that Arethusa was founded by the first Seleucid. Arethusa is said to be not far from Arados / Tartus. An Emesani ruler, Iamblichus, was ancestral to the Bassianus priesthood of El-Gabal in Emesa; Iamblichus' family ruled in Emesa as well as in Arethusa. One can get the impression here that Herods may themselves have been Seleucids to some degree, where Iamblichus was merged with them. I traced "El-Gabal" to the Goplo lines that now include the Joseph- and Joplin-related Gobelins using a Masci wing, wherefore it's making great sense that the Bassianus family was a Massyas one. Why not also the Iamblichus family? It's worth keeping in mind [especially as Mathie's using the MacArthur crown also use the Campbell gyronny Shield while Mathie's have been traced suggestively to MATTATHIAS Maccabee (founder of Maccabees), whose first name now smacks of "MASSYAS." In other words, where I'm seeking the proto-Maccabee entity implanted into Israel by Romans, it may have been established in the Massyas plain to ward off any advances by Seleucids south of Syria, and only later repositioned in Modi-in.]

I reasoned that Caiaphas was born from the same Aretas bloodline to which the mother (Kypros) of Herod "the great" belonged. I was basing this much on Coverts/Cofferts being first found in the same place as the Coppers/Coopers, the latter being the Kypros line through Herods while I insisted that Coverts/Cofferts were Caiaphas liners.

It can be added that I traced "Iamblichus" to "Campbell," which now becomes very interesting. Both Campbells and Mathie's use gyronny Shields and the MacArthur crown. I was confident that Campbells traced to Iamblichus because "Arthur" smacked of "Aretas." Meanwhile, Campbells are said to be a branch of MacArthurs, first found in the same place (Argyllshire) as Herods/Hurls...who use Coffer colors, and the colors of the Heffer crescents. The very first trace I made of Arthurs to Ireland was to the Mahons/Maghans/Mathuna's, which are clearly a branch of Mathie's. The point is that the Mahon/Maghan/Mathuna Coat has the same three lions (different colors) as the English Heffer Coat. What a coincidence. It's tracing Heffers and Coffers and Averys way back to the Iamblichus > Aretas line...that Idris appears to have married way over in Morocco. Idris must have got word in Syria that there was this single gal way out at the Atlantic ocean whose father was looking for a rich ally. Or something.

Mahons/Maghans/Mathuna's entered the discussion at a Mahon location (off the coast of Spain's Ebros river) founded by Hannibal's brother. Later, I found a Muthanna surname in the Senussi family tree, who turns out to be (shown) the grandfather of Idris I of Morocco. What a coincidence. It appears that Idris' descendants carried the Mathuna name to Britain, and that the merger of these descendants with the Arthur surname gave rise to some king-Arthur lore (= codework to play with but hide what it was really all about) from Geoffrey of MONmouth. The Heffers using the Maghan/Mathuna lions use a "MON" motto term (as well as the crown used by Alpins).

I had traced the descendants of Idris (i.e. the Fos surname) to Somerset by about 975 (near the Arthur-related Veys/Vivians in Cornwall), and so see that the Heffers above were first found in Somerset. Note the two "sic" terms in the Maghan/Mathuna motto, for Caiaphas-suspect Shaws use "SICitur."

One Foix/Foy surname was first found in the same place (Auvergne) as the Fes surname, but the other Foix/Fes surname was first found in the same place as Levi's, Chappes' and Harveys. There seems to be overwhelming indication that the Israeli chief-priest lines followed Idris, which can be expected if Idriss was from the proto-Maccabees at Massyas. But I think there is something more profound that an Idris trace to Massyas. I found reason to believe that Caiaphas may have had ancestry at Haifa, and named after it. Haifa is at the north end of coastal Israel, not at all very far from Massyas. The Chappes surname uses a long solid chevron like in the Arms of Haifa, you see, so that Heffers et-al may all have been Massyas kin from Haifa. And when Romans booted the chief priests from Jerusalem in 70 AD, perhaps Caiaphas liners retreated to Haifa.

Mathie's use a "Fac et Spera" motto that's code for Faucets who already traced to Fes. Heraldry is simply jam-packed with Idris-Berber lines. The Mathie/Mann Crest is yet another hand (without the arm) holding a sword. The Maghan/Mathuna Crest is the same arm (holding a sword) as what holds a spear in the Speer/Spear Coat, thus clinching the meaning of the "spera" motto term as well as clinching the Mathuna trace to Mathie's.

The Scottish Barber Coat shows the same saltire colors as Ananias-suspect Annandale's, as well as one red garb, quite possible the Joseph garb in red.

Didn't Idris lines trace to hourglass-related Kenneths? The Spanish Barbera Coat not only uses an hourglass Shield, not only more red symbols (used by Berbers and both Barbers), but the Moratin tower that should trace to "Mauritania"! [I may not yet have realized here the the Moratin tower of Hills applied to the "molehills" of the Ishaq-based Shake's/Shack's.]

Did you catch the major clue at the Foix/Foy and Fes surnames at AUVERgne. Isn't that part of the Avery / Over/Offer bloodline? Or was "AWRaba" named after them? The Auvergne/Avern/Davern surname uses a castle in the illegal colors of the Joseph swan.

Isn't it amazing that JEFFERsons were a part of this update, from the top of the update before these HEFFER-et-al finds were being made? Jeffersons then linked squarely to Caiaphas lines before these Heffer lines needed evidence of a trace to Caiaphas. Jeffersons / Geoffreys should be from Cafferty variations such as GOFFREYs. Reminder: Overs/Offers were suspect from "Awraba" because they use a bend in colors reversed from the bend of Jacques de Molay.

When I traced Idris lines independently to Somerset and Wales, it hadn't yet struck me that these locations were across a small water body from one another, so that Idris line-ships escaping war at Moulay Idriss are expected to have docked at this cove, called the Bristol Channel. The Bristol cove narrows to a sharp point at Monmouth, where GEOFfrey of Monmouth came out of. Therefore, both his name and that of Godfrey de Bouillon are suspect from "Awraba," or whatever named that Berber tribe.

The Caffertys Coat is in colors reversed to the Shake/Shack chevron. Another coincidence? Moreover, the Shake chevron is colors reversed from the Star chevron. Why should Stars figure into this? It has to do with their sharing the green lozenges of Settle's, from the Setta valley, and honored in the description of the Thicks/Thecks who are themselves a branch of Sithech-based Shaws. The more I look into it, the more that Caffertys should be a Caiaphas line.

I can now understand why a vision was needed to convince me that Copia-like terms and surnames, along with a blue lion, relate to something important to God. It would be all-too-easy otherwise to miss Caiaphas in all this. I'm already convinced that Caffer / Coffer / Coffert surnames trace to Awraba and Ishaq, but from that standpoint alone, it would be a very hard case to trace to Caiaphas. But the Cappeo vision along with other clues make the case. As one example of such clues, Jeffersons use a blue leopard face, and "face" traces with certainty now to "Fes." But the blue color of the leopard is the Jefferson=Caiaphas clincher thanks to the vision of emailer Patterson concerning a blue lion named something like, Cappeo (her spelling).

The Cappeo vision came to my attention when I knew enough to trace it to the blue lion of Macclesfield using a "copia" motto term. Later, the Thicks/Thecks were discovered as a branch of Shaws with this Crest description: a "Bitturn SETTLED in the reeds." It's the Reeds who use a "copia" motto term, and the Joseph garb. And Reeds (in Avery colors) can easily link to Ruthers/Ruiters using the Cafferty rider on a horse. In fact, Reeds (Jefferson saltire?) were first found in the same place as Roddens/Rodhams (creators of Star Trek) who use nearly the Rother/Ruth/Randolph Coat. This is the place to say that Rhodes' and Averys share gold-on-red roundels, and that Averys and Reeds were first found in the same place! I hadn't realized that Avery's were first found there when starting this paragraph.

If I recall correctly, the symbol of Dutch Reeds is a lightning bolt, very interesting because Bolts and Jefferson-related Griffins use the same griffin in colors reversed. Boltons (similar to Scottish Reeds) use the three lions, in the same colors, of Heffers, but upon what looks to be a version of the Reed chevron. Most unexpected but all very welcome.

The latter Reeds were linked solidly to Roets, first found in Somerset, i.e. at the Bristol channel. Again, the very tip of that cove is at Monmouth, where there is a Magor location to which the "mago" motto term of Josephs traces. Joplins were traced without doubt to the Chepstow location in Monmouthshire, and it just so happens that Joplins and Beauforts use white-on-red upright lions, which is Reed-important because Beauforts and Roets became one. Then, Joplins, Reeds and Averys were all first found in the same place, important where it's true that ships from Moulay Idriss docked at Monmouthshire.

Reed-related Bolts and Boltons were first found in the same place (Lancashire) as CHAFERs. That can't be coincidental. As I trace mythical Kay/Cai to "Caiaphas," note that the Chafer Crest is a version of the Kinner Coat while the Chafer Crest is showing (for now, anyway) the same bird design of the Kays. As I said, the Kays used the same bird as Kays until recently, BUT LOOK, the Kinner birds are now identical in design to the Chafer birds!!! DESIGN MATTERS [since writing here, the Chafer bird design was quickly changed. I'm writing here on April 15]. They can change the designs, but they must keep to designs that show kinship...if they're honest while covering their tracks. Kinners use gold-on-gold birds on a bend in colors reversed from the SHAKEspeare bend.

You now have reason to view "Kay/Key" as a version of "CHAFer," which evokes the Shaw-related Sheaves/Chiapponi's and Chaves using keys, the symbol in the mouth of the Kay/Key griffin. It's not coincidental that Shaws use a "Vincit qui" motto phrase. Chesters use the same motto, and then Cheshire's share the "hawks lure" with Herods/Hurls. It just so happens that the Avery paws (holding a besant Catholic-priest style) are in the colors of the paws of the Cheshire's.

Why do Chafers call their birds, chaffinches? "Finch" is a variation of the Vince/Vinch surname. Didn't I maintain that the da-Vinci cult was a Caiaphas bloodline? Chafers even use "mullets," now tracing to "Moulay."

JUST FOUND! What else could "AWRaba" become as a surname? The Aurs and therefore the Ore's/Orrs (cornuCOPIA, makes Orrs suspect as Reed kin) come to mind. I once read that the "piles" use by Guiscards/Wisharts were at first lightning bolts. What a coincidence, that Ore's/Orrs use the three Guiscard piles (in colors reversed) as well as a roundel in colors reversed from the Avery surname that I likewise trace to "Awraba." The Ince's, who use a version of the Orell Coat, were first found in Lancashire (see Inch's of Perthshire). Yet more, the Ince bendlets are in the colors of the Kay/Key bendlets, and Kays/Keys were just discovered to be Chafers, first found in Lancashire. I guess they didn't cover their tracks good enough, and besides, they didn't think God was watching.

[Insert -- This would be a good place to add that, while seeking Shake/Shack kin, "Shaken" (nine besants) was entered to find an "auro" motto term. However, "Shaken" is curiously listed with surnames such as "Severn / Sevens / Sefferin." But wait. "SEFFER" can be from a CAFFER / SHAFER term, thus tending to prove that such surnames are indeed from "Ishaq" and "AWRaba."

Then, the following one paragraph was placed in an insert way above in the Peleg topic, after deciding it didn't apply to the "auro" motto term. After discovering the second paragraph below, it was brought back down here. This is wild.

A green dragon was found on what could be a rock, in an Italian Sauro/Saura Coat. The surname was first found at mount PELEGrino, at Palermo (north side of Sicily). The dragon design is one of the few instances of my coming across the Vince/Vinci dragon design, albeit Vince's call theirs a griffin.

I was just about to leave this insert; I almost missed it. The Sauer/Sour (from the Sava river) Coat and Crest use both the red lion of the Aur Coat, and the red lion of the Aur Crest, and it just so happens that I looked up the Sauro's for seeking an Aur line fronted with an 'S' after finding the Sefferins coming up as "Shaken."

I now know that Aurs use the Sauer lion, and the mystery is: Idris Berbers are tracing to the Sava/Save river, where Saffers, Savards, Savages, Saviours, Sforza's, and the like were traced. Reminder: Sforza's, who smack of a S-fronted "Pharisee," use the Ferrari lion holding a quince that traced, with Vinci-suspect Quincy's, to the suspected ancestry of Idris at elements from Qinnasrin.

Of concern here is that the bend of Save's ("Velis" motto term) was traced to the Leslie bend while Leslie's use a griffin in the green color of the Sauro/Sauro dragon. The Sava/Save river had been identified as a bastion of the Khyan Hyksos before I knew that they were kin of the 600 Benjamites. The Jansons, who use the green Leslie griffin head, have become suspect with "Yanassi," the name of Khyan's firstborn son. It may just be that Khyan gave that same name to another son...who took the bloodline onwards toward the Jansons. I had identified mythical Samson with the Khyan Hyksos exactly, and we saw that the Janson "patonce" cross is used by Samsons too. I was even very convinced that the so-called Sea Peoples were various Hyksos branches seeking to regain their Egyptian throne.

We saw that Jansons use the Washington bars that appear in black-on-white, as for example in the Coats of the Palmers/Parmers (SIX trefoils) and Flags/Flecks (SIX scallops); the latter show the Samson scallops. We can know that they are the Samson scallops due to the flag-inferring term in the Samson motto. I have given reasons already for tracing Palmers/Parmers to both Placentia and neighboring Parma, but also to Parion/Parium of Hyksos-founded Trojans. End insert]

PLUS, Orrs are clearly a branch of Orells (using red roundels too), first found in the same place (Lancashire) as Reed-related BOLTons and Bolts (it tends to prove that the Orr piles were indeed lightning bolts, a Dutch Reed symbol too). Now you can laugh it up because you know the truth. Masons are nothing but weasels striving to destroy God. Even God laughs. It's no wonder they descend from the Vanitys. They really need to take a closer look at themselves in the mirror. There is a connection between "vein" and "vanity," the concentration of one's life on one's own bloodline. Who starts wars based on bloodline types? Fools.

I had traced the Orrs and Orrells to the Doris/Oriss surname, and suggested that it traced to "Doris," the first wife of Herod "the great" fox (why did Jesus call a Herod a fox?). If this is correct while "Orr/Ore" traces to "AWRaba," it's interesting that while Herod was a son of Kypros, and while Awraba is tracing to Coffers / Caffers, both Coverts/Cofferts were first found in the same place with Coppers/Coopers.

There is "A hare." (period, nothing more) in the Shake/Shack Crest. We would like to know the meaning. It just so happens that the Irish O'Hare Coat has green-on-white upright lions, the colors of the same of French Lannoys while English Lannoys use helmet and plumes, a symbol of Caffertys who are in colors reversed to the Lannoys and O'Hare's. At this time, the Lannoy helmet and plumes is identical in design to that of Caffertys and Ruthers/Ruiters. They had better change that quick before the entire world knows what's going on here in heraldry playland.

Lannoys use the Lion/Lyon lion and then Herod Archelaus was banished (by Caesar) from Israel to Vienne-Isere, smack beside the city of Lyon. Therefore. Lannoys are named after Lyon.

The O'Hare surname, shown also as "Garry" that could be from "Guerra / Guerre," has a fox in Crest, symbol of the Fes and Foss surnames. It just so happens that the horizontally-split Foss Shield is in the colors of the same of German Ritters/Ryhthers/Riders!!! It clinch's the Rider / Ritter link to Fes of Morocco, thus assuring that the Ruthers/Ruiters and Caffertys (sharing horse and rider) are indeed from "Awraba."

The Turners, whom I traced to Tuareg Berbers, use a split Shield (albeit vertically) in the same colors!!! German Warners use the Turner split Shield while English Turners use a bend in colors reversed to the Fes bend. Why are Warners playing into this? Ask the Guerren-related Warrene's, right? Or ask the wyvern of Guerra's. Do you mean to tell me that CNN is owned by dragon-line Vere's? I believe it.

Chafers use crescents in the colors of the Rider/Ryther crescents. These are also the colors of the Sens crescents, in the colors of the Sans eagle, the design of which is also of the Avners/Lavoy/Lavoix, whom I just looked up as per "AWRaba." This surname looks like a branch of Foys/Foix, right? As Sparks use the same eagle, in the same colors, which happens to be Cafferty colors, the swan in the Sparks Crest links easily to the de-Bouillon swan, and therefore to the Joseph swan, because Foys/Foix' were first found in the same place (AUVERgne) as Bouillons.

You see, the AWRaba term is not only linking to Caffer / Coffer terms, but to Josephs...and Templars, who invaded Jerusalem. Why would mere Berbers want to invade Jerusalem?

Voyers/Voirs were from a GRIPel location in Brittany. One can imagine that "Voy" could modify to "Voyer" and "Boyer," the latter suspect with "Bouillon/Buile." English Boyers just happen to use the eagle (same colors) in the Reed Crest. And French Boyers are the ones discovered several days ago from the family of MonteChiaro, where the "charo" motto term of Josephs had led me (although it was written many days ago, it has yet to be published (to be in a future update). The Charo/CLARO/Chiaro bull design, you see, is in the French Boyer/Boiers Coat.

WOW, AND HOW! The blue Charo bend is thin, like the blue Boyer bend, keeping in mind that blue is the color of the Cappeo lion. But the WOW part is where "Howard" was looked up (moments ago) as an AWRaba suspect, to find a thin bend in the colors of the thin Curry/Corry saltire!!!! Those exclamation marks are not only for the link I made of Corrys to Ore's/Orrs, but for the obvious similarity just realized between "Corry" and "Charo." Besides, the Currys were linked by their rooster to Sinclairs, who were at first, "Claro." Just like that, the Charo kin of Josephs are discovered to be the Currys/Corrys using a saltire in colors reversed from Annandale's. And there's lots more one could say on this new find. I'm drowing here in the new finds. It's a lightning storm pouring down.

It was in this very update where Currys/Corrys were stressed for the first time ever, and linked to Orrs. I had no idea then that Corrys would be from this Awraba bloodline. The Currys were looked up as per my "corsair" investigation, when I found the Corse's, who happen to use the green-on-white of Shake's/Shacks, for example. As Palma di Montechiaro and Chiaramonte (beside Messina) are in Sicily, note that Italian Corse's (Macey chevron) were first found in Sicily, at Syracuse, about 30 miles from Chiaramonte.

Later, taking up where I left off a few updates ago with the Agrigento connection to Cuneo, is where I learn of Palma di Montechiaro at Agrigento, but just now I found another Montechiaro location at Asti, in Cuneo! It uses what looks to be a three-armed version of the four-armed flory cross of Rangabe Byzantines. Both Rangabe's and Bouillons use a white flory cross. There is a third Montechiaro at nearby Alessandria that uses what looks like a version of the Arms of Agrigento (both use the same Shield-and-Chief color combination, and both use towers and five-turret crowns). Moreover, the Shield is divided in illegal white and gold, which are not only the colors of the swan-using Josephs, but of the swan-suspect Auverge's (black fleur-de-lys) using a tower of their own!

Another thin bend is used by the Espaines/Spineto's, recalling that these were a branch of Spine's/Spings and therefore the Spinks. The Sens / Chafer / Rider crescents are used by Spine's/Spings while the Sans eagles are used by Spinks. The thin bend of Espaine's/Spineto's (Shield in the colors of the Joseph chevron) is some evidence that they with the Spine's / Spinks are related to the colors of the Joseph chevron.

[Stop. Hold. You tell me if this is coincidental. The Craigs (Alexander / Mott crescent?), who were traced without doubt to the Acragas version of Agrigento, use a Coat like the Tassel Coat (blue eagles, or are they purple?) I have just looked up (while proof-reading some three paragraphs above) because I figured that the sons of the Isreali priesthood could not venture west in codework to hide their tracks without taking along a Tassel surname.]

As Howards just traced well to AWRaba elements, "Howie" was entered to find a bend in colors reversed to the Fes / Turner / Turin bends, with the six footless martins making Howie's look like a branch of Apple's / Applebys. The martins are in the colors of the Hows, who curiously use five blue ostrich feathers. Hows and Howie's are in Shakespeare colors.

For the record, Scottish Hare's (AYRshire) use double bars in colors reversed from the same of the Maness/Manner Coat, the latter first found in the same place (Northumberland) as Reeds, Rodhams, and Joplins. I had special reasons to believe that Maness' should link to Coverts/Cofferts, and the latter are indeed tracing to CAFFERTys/GOFFReys. There is a Jewish Goffer Coat that could be construed as illegal white-on-gold. It shares a white fesse with Coverts/Cofferts, yet the Goffer fesse is lined with bendlets, as is the white Cover bend in Covert/Coffert-fesse colors. Covens use Coffer colors in CHIEF. While on this topic, the heraldic CHIEF is suspect with "Caiaphas." Joseph Caiaphas, Chief of heraldry, chief of all that Masonry stands for.

Why did an O'Hara surname work to get prayer from American schools? She and her backers succeeded, yet her body was found sliced into pieces on a Texas ranch. I met the owner of that ranch. Isn't it true that the ghost of Caiaphas is the Illuminati working to destroy Christian principles and Christian reputation using educational channels, media, and the judicial system which they seek to stack in their favor?

The surname using "rider" in a description is the Craig surname. The rider is said to have a broken spear. It's the Shakespeare bloodline, right? The Craig Crest is (at this time anyway) in the very design of the Cafferty / Ruther horse and rider, plumes and all. It means that the ghost of Caiaphas traces to Carricks too. But note that both Craigs (Alexander / Senussi crescents?) and Hills use a black-on-white fesse, for there must be a reason the Shake's (the ones with a hare in Crest) use moleHILLS rather than just moles. The Hill fesse even uses the Moratin tower design tracing to Mauritanians. Idris left Syria to go marry the line of Glaphyra Archelaus with her Mauritanian husband, right???

Craigs use the motto, "Vive at vivas," probably in honor of Veys/Vivians from Fes. The Bristols, if you've been wondering, use what looks like a version of the Craig / Hill fesse. Bristols and Craigs not only share a white-ermined Shield, but crescents upon their fesses. I had not gotten around to looking up the Bristols, since mentioning the Idris-line migration to the Bristol channel, until after writing down to the Meschins a few paragraphs below. Isn't it amazing that Bristols can trace easily to Awraba via the horse and rider in the Craig Crest? I'm discovering what historians probably do not know, and all I'm using is heraldry rather than the libraries of the past and present.

[When writing here, Tassels had not yet been looked up to discover that they use the Craig Coat. I now find that the blue colors of the Tassel eagle is that of the eagle in the Bristol Crest! (see blue Here / Hertzog eagle wings, keeping the hare of Shake's in mind). It clinches the relationship between all three surnames. Tassels (in Bedford colors) were first found in Bedfordshire, and then the Morte's/Motts, using crescents in the colors of the same of Tassels and Craigs, had traced to Bedolete, where Bedford elements are tracing. Bedolete was at the Setta theater, where Caiaphas liners must trace.]

The Cafferty rider on a horse is a Templer symbol (they also use two men on a horse as symbol), and that's where the Fes-city trace to the Fes' of Auvergne and Godfrey de Bouillon come in, what was realized as the very start of Templarism. That is, Templarism starts at the Idris / Awraba line from Fes and Moulay Idriss, explaining why Jacques de Moulay was a Templar grand master. It can't be coincidental that these same Moroccan lines traced to Imola and Setta, both near Bologna, for Godfrey de Bouillon's family came out of Boulogne.

The other surname (Dutch Ruthers/Ruiters) that was found below, after this insert, with the Cafferty rider on horse concerns a "rider" term, and the Rider / Ritter surnames. These could be "Itter / Itur" terms fronted with an 'r' to produce play on the Cafferty rider. Riders use the Maschi lion design in the same colors, important because Maschi's traced to same-colored Jeffersons (all from the 600 Benjamites), and because the Idris line is suspect now from Massyas of Lebanon / Syria. Ritters use the same lion design as Riders, and were first found in the same place (Cheshire) as Maschi liners. If you recall (I won't let you forget), Jeffersons were found to involve Joplins and Josephs as though Jabesh elements named Caiaphas.

It has been only recently that the two Joseph surnames, and their short-form versions, became a topic. I think I know why. Josephs are extremely important for connecting Caffertys and similar others, not just to some obscure Berber tribe in Morocco, but to Joseph Caiaphas. Again, Auverne's/Averns and Josephs both use white-on-gold (they became illegal colors for the use of others, as though reserved for a special bloodline), and the swan in the Crest of that white-on-gold Joseph surname was a symbol also of Godfrey de Bouillon, whose surname was first found in Auvergne. There's an underlying Berber-Caiaphas alliance that formed the Templar cult, and the Boofima human-sacrifice cult was a fundamental part of it as it developed into Baphomet, the Templar god secretly. I think Joseph Caiaphas would have been ashamed of the Templars.

Another Coat with white on gold, using three small Shields even that definitely trace to Placentia, is the Maller/Mailer/Male Coat (MacArthur crown), a surname that may trace to "Moulay" Idriss. Without going into details again, I traced the Mall/Mallibone Shield (from MOTTram) to an Ananias / Avaran line along with the Heffer-suspect EVERs/Cure's/Eure's (Massey Shield). The gold boar head in the Ever Crest goes to the same of Campbells, the father-trunk of MacArthurs. It's the Iamblichus > Aretas line, isn't it, out of Arethusa and Emesa? The English Maller/Malerby Coat looks like it uses the leaves of the Caseys from the same place as Chappes and Levi's, yet using only five leaves instead of the six that Caseys and several others use, suggesting the five-loving Arthur bloodline.

Recall that Cheshire's are suspect using the Avery paws. Why should Cheshire's be tracing to Idris? Shouldn't we ask the Masseys of Cheshire who trace to the Massyas location? "Avery" smacks of Massey-related Vere's. Could it therefore be that AWRaba was a Vere-liner tribe? Don't Shakespeare's and Varns share the same bend colors? Couldn't that trace Ishaq (centuries after the Varni were reported at Rostock) to the Varni? Didn't we see the Berber Coat (in Massey colors) using what should be the two red chevrons of Perches, which is where Bellamys were from who merged at Ferte-Mace, a location I trace to Ferrats, whom I identify with Pharisees at Ferrara, where I see the ancestry of the Varni? Didn't Perche trace to Percivals and Pierces in Somerset, where Fes elements ended up at the Bristol channel? Isn't it likely that the Berbers in this line were Meshwesh, perhaps even from Mascara in western Libya?

The Hows are interesting for tracing to mythical Ladon. First, the Howie's are in the colors of the Berbers, and the six martins of Howie's can trace to the same of Apple's and Applebys, while in myth, Ladon protected the apple garden of Hesperides. Then, by no coincidence, the How's use the same fesse colors as Ladons/Ladds (Somerset) and Leaders.

Ladons use their fesse in colors reversed to a similar Meschin fesse (see Mussel fesse too), and the surnames share scallops. The idea here is that Meschins trace to Mascara in Libya, which is nearly at the threshold of the Atlas mountains, where generally the mythical Hesperides has been traced by ancients and moderns alike. The Berbers were of and about the Atlas mountains.

It was while writing the paragraph above that I thought to check the Bristols before I forget. They connected to Craigs, wherefore the Gregs were looked up to find two chevrons (i.e. a Berber-surname theme) in the colors of the Hows. They are also the colors of the Houstons/Cuistons, and in fact Houstons share black-on-gold footless martins with Howie's. Houston's came to mind while reading that Hows are traced to "Heugh." It was great to get to the Houstons, for I had previously entered "Hour", as per AWRaba," to find no surname, at which time the hourglass symbol came to mind. I could not recall who used the hourglass, but there it is in the Houston Crest! Therefore, Hows and Houstons trace to "AWRaba," a Ladon bloodline, I must assume, to the end-time Dragon.

Now look. The Guido's use an hourglass Shield, and have a Guis variation like the CUISton variation of hourglass-using Houstons (Renfrewshire, location of Glasgow), and then the Kenneths traced to Guido's just before Kenneths traced to Idris and Awraba. In other words, if we're looking for Guido's in the Glasgow theater, it's the Houstons, for one. It's working like a clock, but then how can I trace the hourglass Shield also to Trypillians if it's tracing to hour-suspect "Awraba"?

Recall what was said above: "...the Hows, who curiously use five blue ostrich feathers." Whenever houseofnames uses five ostrich feathers where a surname wants to show no Crest, it uses the feathers in two of the colors, never just one, that usually match the colors of the Coat and symbols, but in this case, the Hows use no blue in their Coat...which is why we should regard the blue feathers as belonging to Hows, and Trypillian-based Trabys are ones likewise using five ostrich feathers. Trabys were discovered to be Stewarts, as are Houstons, and the latter two use blue checks.

Moreover, I'm still trying to find whose red-on-white lion the Aur's use [this was before it was found in the Sauers]. Stewarts use a red-on-white lion. The entire Awraba picture is suddenly bringing to mind the location of Forum Allieni (proto-Ferrara), where I had traced the Trypillians that became the Strange family (from Guido le Strange), who happen to use lions in colors reversed from the Aur lion. Strange's were first found in Traby-suspect DERBYshire.

AHA! I KNOW WHAT THIS IS. I had traced Julia Maesa to the Lamas and Dumas surnames. Here's the Dumas write-up: "First found in Languedoc where this distinguished family held a family seat in the seigneurie of Le Mas in the arrondissement of d'AURiol where they were located several centuries before their official registry in 1487." "Auriol" smacks of the Orells who already traced to "AWraba," and moreover, the red roundels of Orells and Orrs could be in play in the Raven Coat.

In this picture, "Awraba" was the term responsible for the raven term (recall that proto-Apollo was at Massyas, for he is the origin of the mythical raven), and may even be the founding of Ravenna, for Moulay-Idriss lines had traced to Imola, for one, about 30 miles straight inland from Ravenna. If Awraba was a Varni entity, it explains why raven-depicted vikings were identified with Varni > Varangians. But it also explains why Herod and Caiaphas lines traced to the raven-depicted vikings. At that time, I used to make fun of the Herods, saying that they took up the occupation of piracy because it was either that or being kings, no ordinary jobs would do. Reminder: Raven vikings included the Stouts who come up as "Stow."

Another possibility is that "Awraba" created the Raben surname (raven) using a checked chevron (in the colors of the Arms-of-Bologna checks) similar to the Houston chevron. Rabens were first found in Gloucestershire, which is at the very tip of the Bristol channel cove. See also the raven-using Rabe's. Ravens use a gold Shield, the color of the Houston / Stewart / Joseph Shields.

Just like that, with the apparent discovery that "AWRaba" was from the Auriol location at the mouth of the Rhone, a location of the DuMas and Lemas surnames tracing to Julia Maesa, it appears again that Idris had married a line of Massyas elements at the Emesa theater who had become Berbers. The only trick here is to connect Massyas/Emesa to Glaphyra Archelaus up at Cappadocia, but that was done exactly at the treatment of the Dumas and Lamas surnames. The Lamas surname uses the lambs in the Arms of Grasse, and then it was suggested that "grasse" and "glass" could be the same bloodlines. I now find that Irish Grass' use "grace AFFIE" for a motto phrase! French Grass' from Grasse use the colors of Houstons (i.e. the surname from GLASgow using an HOURglass).

I didn't look up "Awraba" on the Internet until now. I found this:

[[Insert in the long insert-- "The Awraba initially resisted the Islamic conquest in the AURES region..." How about that. The article says that the Awraba were non-Muslim initially, and "Christian," but the intent in that term may be of European religion versus Muslim. It suggests European ties. It also says that, in 1308, some Awraba leaders were crucified by war enemies.

The article below says that the "Idrisids" of Morocco were "Sunnite" Muslim, important if we're going to expect their end-time product, the False Prophet I'll assume, to side with Baathists in Iraq / Syria. We also learn here that the Awraba had at first lived at Tilimsan/Tlemcem, western Algeria, before moving to Morocco with Idris. "Tlemcen was founded by the Romans in the 4th century [AD] under the name of Pomaria as a military outpost." The location smacks of Pomerania, roughly the home of the Varni in the first century. The article tells that the heretical cult of Arianism (teaches that Jesus was not God in the flesh) was in this place in the 5th century. The article tells that the assassinated Idris I ruled only a couple of years before his son, Idris II, son of a concubine, took over as a youngster and emphasized Fez/Fes as his spot. The article claims that Idris I escaped from Arabia to be in Morocco, without mentioning his being in Syria.

End Insert in the long insert]]

A French article on Awraba was then found, wherein the Branes link was clicked to find: "Au VIIe siècle, Idriss I fuyant le massacre des siens au Machrek, trouva refuge auprès d'une branche tribale Awraba du Maroc et épousa Kenza, la fille du chef de la tribu." My best translation with limited French: "Idris I was involved in a massacre at Machrek, and found refuge with a tribal branch of Awraba of Morocco, and married Kenza, daughter of the tribal chief."

Astounding, but why didn't the English Wikipedia article on Idris mention Machrek??? It smacks of the Macras plain that Strabo said was beside the Massyas plain. Then, when the Machrek page loaded, there was the Machrek empire extending out from Macras and Massyas!!! The empire reaches all the way to the Persian gulf. The latter article can be translated to English with a click on the margin; here it is:

Therefore, it appears that Idris was indeed from the Itureans living up in the mountains around the Massyas plain. And my first hint / evidence included heraldry codes. The Machrek article above traces Macras elements to Libya's Tripoli, right beside Mascara, and there is a Tripoli in Lebanon smack at the Massyas plain. The article tells that the Macras entity at Lebanon named the Maghreb sphere of Berbers where Idris ended up.

Note the sentence with: "...Carthaginian's eastern Numidian Massylii client-allies under their King Massinissa [also "Massena"] to the Roman cause in 206 BC." This was the peoples and ruler whom I had mentioned (but forgotten their names) a few updates ago that were suspect as Seleucid allies in the Salyes theater, as they approached the Romans of 218 BC at their war of Trebbia (Placentia). Keep in mind that Carthaginians originated in Phoenicia, what was later Lebanon.

Beside Moulay Idriss there is a Meknes location that was traced in the last update to Meeks.

The Wikipedia article on Machrek ("Mashreq" in English) shows evidence that the main school of thought wants to hide the facts, for the Wikipedia writer defines "Maghreb" as "west" rather than tracing to "Macras." That's the sort of thing to be expected from Wikipedia writers on history / geography articles (any Mason can write those articles, and we could expect Masonic conspiracies to put themselves to work on Wikipedia articles to protect their secrets).

If Idris was from Machrek, a term that is linked freely to "Maghreb," and if it's known also that Idris was from Syria, shouldn't it be common knowledge that "Maghreb" traces back to "Macras"? Yes, but where Macras is where Masons knew they went back to, then, where Masons have control of educational channels in modern times, they would be expected to cover their tracks while feigning Christianity. Note how "Maghreb" has the same sort of 'b' ending as "Awraba," for it can suggest that the "eb / aba" are suffixes, leaving "Awr" as the root term. In that case, tracing "Awraba" to "Arab" is not correct.

[[Besides, we saw above that the tribe traces to an "Aures" region. I didn't know this when tracing Awraba elements to Aurs and similar surnames. The Aures region was just found now as I write, three days after this update was published along with the long insert you're now reading. It turns out that the Aures/Awras mountains are in eastern Algeria, at Tunisia and near Carthage. The article speaks of a SHAWia population that could be the Shaw connection. This Shawia find, coming here days after the below on the Numidian king, is excellent: "The Shawia people, or Chaouis are a Berber people who live mainly in the Aures, Nememcha and Belezma regions into and surrounded by the Aures Mountains, a large part of eastern Algeria known in ancient times as Numidia. They call themselves Isawiyen/ichawiyen..."]]

The problem I had with tracing Seleucids to an alliance with the Romans at the war of Trebbia is solved by Massena. I had learned that Hannibal merged with Seleucids, which was the problem, for I was instead seeking certain Seleucids of a Massey-Salyes kind to become Roman allies around Placentia, who could be transplanted into Israel as the formation of Maccabees proper. And here I now find:

During his younger years [Massena, founder-king of Numidians] fought in the Second Punic War (218-201 BC), first against the Romans as an ally of Carthage and later switching sides when he saw which way the conflict was going.

...[Massena] promised to assist Scipio in the invasion of Carthaginian territory in Africa. This decision was aided by the move by Scipio Africanus to free Masinissa's nephew, Massiva, whom the Romans had captured...

There you go, a Massena alliance with Scipio himself, explaining why Meschins (over 1,000 years later) were in cahoots with Skiptons.

As we saw, the Awraba were part of the Berber confederation of the Branes. "...Mazigh [Berbers]...divide themselves into two groups which gave birth to the two groups of the Branes and the Botr." That sure does remind of tracing Boofima to Botters, before I found Boofima tracing to Meshwesh = Mazighs. I had even traced Botters to the Salyes but had a hard time finding who amongst the Salyes (around Briancon) they had been. The Branes/Brains (first found in Gloucestershire) use lots of leopard FACes in pale (vertical direction), and a Branes tribe may just have named Briancon. The Brians use lions in a vertical-pale direction, half in the colors of the three Brane/Brain leopards, and they happen to be the same three lions as per the Mahon/Maghan/Mathuna (and Heffer) Coat!! The Brian sword was recognized as the one in the Irish Heffer Coat. Just like that, Briancon has been traced to the Awraba tribe just because Heffer terms have been traced to "AWRaba."

The illusive Moor entity of Templars (in the Bouillon and Chappes surnames, for example) has been zeroed in on. And what about that coincidence, that while Josephs were tracing to Bouillons, both Bouillons and Chappes' use Moor heads? Suddenly, it's not just Caffer like terms that are involved, that one might excuse from Caiaphas lines, but now it's a Caiaphas-like term. Chappes' were first found in the same place as the Idris-based Foix/Foys using the split Alexander Shield. And the Craigs (Alexander colors, motto tracing to Vey = Fife = Foy liners, first found beside Fife), who use the Alexander crescents, show the Cafferty horse and rider...with feathers in helmet tracing to Herod Archelaus' coins. It's not just a trace of Templars and Masons to mere Berbers, but to a Caiaphas-line branch of Berbers with Herod blood. And as Joseph Caiaphas is expected to descent from the Maccabee priests of Israel, that's why king Massena as the origin of Maccabees is important.

French Brians are said to be from proto-Stewart counts of Vannes. These Brians use the motto, "Sans detour," perhaps code for a D'Itur entity. What are the chances that Tuaregs had been Itureans? There is a Detour surname using the Moratin tower that I identified with Tuaregs years ago. The Towers use the same tower design.

The Towers are said to have become Lowicks, but see the Kendell term: "First found in Lancashire where they held a family seat from ancient times, and were the Lords of the manor of Lowick or Lofwick. William of Tours...was granted estates under tenant in chief, the Baron of Kendall. Some branches of this distinguished line remained in Lancashire, while others branched south to Sowerby in Lincolnshire, and Isle of Ely. Others of this family adopted the name Lowick and Lofwick and remained in Lancashire." ELY? I traced (last update) the French Loy/Louis/Luyie surname (first found in the same place as Lavoys) to the Luo tribe and suggested that this tribe became the LEWis/Louis', and here we now find LOWicks...with this Lowick branch in Lewis/Louis colors. German Loys (leopard faces, traces to Berbers) are also "ELOY." I now see that the Lewis Crest is the same white squatted griffin as in the Lewis/Louis Crest.

As for the Kendall term in the Tower/Lowick write-up, see this on a member of the Luo tribe: "While still living near Kendu Bay [Kenya], Obama [Sr.] attended Gendia Primary School...From 1950 to 1953, he studied at Maseno National School..." Kendincidence? Kendalls show to be a branch of Marleys / MOORleys, and were first found in WestMORland.

A Lou/Loo surname uses the lion seen above in the Heffer / Brian Coats.

While writing this insert, I found an online phrase, "Muzzolo de' Conti da Panico". It looks as though "Conti" is a surname, not just a title. It just so happens that the Italian Conti's were from the Ferrara / Bologna theater, and moreover they use the lion in the same style and colors of Faucets, who are said to be from MUSSELburgh!!! Excellent. for we have just traced the Conteville's (ancestry of Meschins who use a Mussel-Coat version) to Panico's/Panetta's. But these Conteville's included the Font-de-Ville Seleucids, wherefore the Salyes Seleucids (expected with Maccabee formation) I was looking for in the Placentia / Cremona theater are now tracing to the Setta theater, right where proto-Seleucid-Maccabees should be found.

When the paragraph above was written, I had not yet re-discovered king Massena, and so note that a Conteville married a Meschin with Briquessart surname suspect from "Brigantia," the other name of Briancon. As I say that the child of this marriage, Ranulph le Meschin, was named after Masseys / Masci's of Cheshire, while Masci's use a version of the Messina/Massena Coat, it appears that Conteville's had linked to a line of king Massena out of the Placentia area that had merged with Scipio to create Meschin-Skipton marriage(s) that were evident through to the 11th / 12th century. The suggestion here is that "Muzzolo" was a king-Massena line after more than 1,000 years.

Here's what Wikipedia says on derivation of the king's name: "His name was found in his tomb of Cirta, modernday Constantine in Algeria under the form of MSNSN (which have to be read as Mas'n'SEN which means 'Their Lord')" (capitals mine). Never mind what the writer thinks it meant. By what coincidence does the Sens/Senn Coat use the same white patee cross as the Messina/Massina Coat??? Reminder" the Spinks Coat with nine mascles suggesting Muse lines uses crescents in the colors of the Sens/Senn crescent, and I trace "Spink" to the Spine's/Spings and Espaine's/Spineto's, while Balso D'Espaines (count of Bayeux/Bessin) was the grandfather of Ranulph de Briquessart (see family tree at webpage below).

[Insert -- From the Shawia-of-Numidia article, note their alternative name, ZENeta: "Etymologically, the term Chaoui/Shawi derives from the Berber word Ich [I reject this derivation] which means 'Horn' in reference to the national god of the Numidians, Amon, who is depicted as a human head with the horns of a ram. They are also known as the Zenetas, which emigrated from Numidia to many parts of North Africa " Here are some swans in a Saint-like Senet/Sinnot surname. The Crest swan is shot through, and it just so happens that the below, published three days ago, includes: "The swan in the Walsh Crest is the same shot-through swan in the Gemel Crest, very important because president George Bush Jr. married a Walsh." It just so happens that the Walsh-Bush section is on the Varni...who are being proposed (by me) as the bloodline that named the Aures/Awres mountains. It could explain the close Vere-Massey relationship.

From the Shawia article again: "Modern Historians rank this Berber region within the group of Numidians and Getules or the much more ancient such as Meshwesh, Massylii and Mazaxes peoples." It sounds like three branches of the same family of peoples, and then the Mussel- / Muzzol-like Massylii are also "Maesulians." One interesting necessity to add is that Thicks/Thecks and related Shaws use lozenges that I trace to Losinj, a location near the Maezaei of the Sava river / Croatia. Lozenges are expected to be related to mascles = hollow lozenges, you see, so that a fundamental link between the Massey liners and the Caiaphas-related Shaws is to be expected suddenly, excellent if indeed king Massena was the root of the Israeli chief priests. To help support that idea, see here:

The Massylii or Maesulians were a Berber federation of tribes of eastern Numidia which was formed by an amalgamation of smaller tribes during the 4th century BC [in time for Maccabees proper]. They were ruled by a king. On their loosely defined western frontier was the powerful rival the kingdom of the Masaesyli [this was that of king Massena). To their east lay the territory of the rich and powerful Carthaginian Republic.

There is much to be had there, first and foremost a trace to the Tanners (Moor heads and pine cones) from what I perceive to be the Meshwesh-Egyptian royals out of Tanis and naming Tunis around Carthage. I now see Tanners at the Tanaro river of Cuneo n(at MontFERRAT), where I also see Masci's/Mascarelli's (now being traced to Libya's Mascara not far from the Shawia). It's also bringing to mind Tunbridge Wells in Kent, where the Massins/Masons were first found who can easily trace to "MASSINissa," the alternative spelling for king Massena. This in itself is a good argument for tracing all of Masonry to this Numidian king, but then let's not forget that the Newmans traced exactly to the MacCabes/MacAbees, and that JJ Tolkien portrayed the Newmans as his mythical NUMenor.

Tolkien had a mythical Sauron (owner of the power rings) who now smacks of the Sauro surname (green dragon) that traced to Sava-river peoples such as Sauers using both Aur lions! What a lucky strike that turns out to be now (this paragraph was not conceived in my mind when, above, the Meshwesh of Numidia were suggested as the Maezaei on the Sava (see center-left of map). The only difference between the Aurs and Sauers is that the latter show the entire lion while Aurs show only the heads, but all are red, and the Crest lions (fork-tailed) respectively are identical while the Coat lions respectively are identical.

As Carthage was founded by Tyrians, by what coincidence is the Massyas plain to the north side of the Tyrian theater? We saw that the god of this Shawia / Numidia area was Amon, what could conceivably modify to "Asmon/Hasmon, but in any case, smacking of the Ammonites on the east side of the Jordan who, according to the Bible, sacrificed their children in fires, what the Carthaginians did too. You saw that Amon was portrayed with a human-ram head, like the Baphomet human-goat heat, suggesting strongly that the Boofima human-sacrifice cult was amongst the proto-Massey area that the Shawia came to possess.

As the Shawi are also, Chaoui, the Chaucers came to mind who married Roets that trace to Boofima. It just so happens that Chaucers are in the odd colors of the white-on-red swans (usually, swans are white on blue) of the Senet Coat. Then, the Chaulks/Chalkers, first found in the same place (Kent) as Chaucers, use a swan in Crest!!! I traced "Chaucer" to "Gogarene" at lake Sevan (origin of the swan, right?), but then you should note that while I trace "BaphoMET" partly to MEDusa (a Gorgon peoples in north Africa), there is this from the Shawia article: "The patriarch of Berbers is believed to be Medghassen [Medusa-like term but evokes the Wassa/Gasson surname in the colors of the Senet/Sinnot swans] as common ancestor of the Zenetes and of the Botri as well." This sentence even traces the Botters to Boofima territory.

[Insert November 2013: The Shawia article has changed "Zenetes" to "Zenata," and "Awraba" to "Awarba," and "Medghassen" to Medghacen." I have "Zenetes" in eight articles to date, yet a Google search for that term does not bring up my pages on the first-page results even though eight out of ten webpages on that page do not show "Zenetes." I've known for years that Google punishes my website like this. There are easy ways for Google to reduce hits on webpages that Google considers outside of its desire for the world. Even when I search "zenetes tribwatch," only three of the eight pages come up. End Insert]

Reminder: Gace is a location on the Touques river, and the Touque surname, first found in Kent (!) comes up as "Tolkien."

Z-Z-Z-OOOWWWIE! JUST REALIZED: The Massin/Mason surname was "First found in Kent on the Isle of THANET..." Proof positive of their trace to "Zenetes"!!!

The Tonbridge Coat (in Varn colors) uses what should be the Saracen crescents. I would suggest tracing the Sauro's back to Sauromatians/Sarmatians at Tanais (north Caucasus), who may have named the Saracens. I view Tanais as the root of "Tanis" and therefore of "Tunis," and to then have TONbridge tracing to Saracens speaks fairly loudly of a Saracen-Sauromatian equivalence. Saracens conquered at Sicily's Messina area, wherefore, likely, Messina and king Massena are related entities. The "Tunnbrigg" variation suggests Briancon/Brigantium (near Draguignan), which was traced to the Branes Berbers.

As Tonbridge is in the same place (Kent) as Thanet, it's now important that Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg traces his dragon line (the green Sauro dragon, right?) "From Transylvania to Tunbridge Wells" (he wrote a book by that name). It's suggesting that the Awraba tribe was indeed a Vere / Varn enterprise. The Veres use a green wyvern dragon of their own, proof positive that Tolkien's magic rings of power, owned by Sauron, were the Vere's in the green dragon of the Sauro/Saura surname. Note the covered crown all alone in the Crest of those Vere Arms, a symbol also of Alpins, the entity to which I traced Melusine the Elvin Princess. Melusine of the Europeans (at first a snake-woman) was given magic rings, and then she appears in the Massin/Mason Crest.

The Sarah/Sayre surname (leopard) is obviously a line of the Sauro/Saura surname, as it uses the Varn/Warnock bend and was first found in the same place (Essex) as Vere's. The Sauro/Sauro line of Awraba liners therefore traces to St. Saire in Normandy, where the Sarah/Sayre surname is traced in its write-up.

A few months ago, I realized that proto-Roquefeuils (from the Roques/Rocks using white rocks) and Varni had merged at Rostock. I now find a green dragon on what looks like a white rock in the Sauro Coat. As the Sauro's traced hard to the Chaucers and Chalkers from Gogurs and Soducena peoples at Lake Sevan, and therefore to the heraldic swan (especially the swan used by Senets), note that the Sauro rock is in the "Illegal" colors of the Joseph swan.

I hope you're keeping in mind that the Sauro dragon design is that of Vince's/Vinch's (may be in use by Toque's/Tolkiens too), and that Nicholas de Vere is one of the world's bozo's trying to pass Jesus off as a husband of Mary Magdalene, whose children ended up at Rennes-le-Chateau, beside Roquefeuil. Nicholas claims to be a Christian, and told me personally in an email that Jesus taught "dragon light." End Insert]

As Obama's Dunham line is traced to Masseys of Cheshire as well as to the Wheelwright > Mieszko line at the Mouse Tower, let me also repeat that the Sens/Senn crescent is in the colors of the same-design eagle shared by Spinks, Sans' and Dunns, for it just so happens that while Singletarys (= proto-Dunhams) and Wheelwrights both use the same ANTELope design, the Antel surname shows properly with Ancetil-like variations while the son of Balso D'Espaines was Ancitel, count of Bayeux.

It's also interesting that while a mythical Popiel started out at the Mouse Tower, Balso had married Poppa of Sulzbach, suggesting the Popeye pirate line. Yes, for Popeye codes traced to Spinks especially (as per "spinach") and to Janszoon pirates, and the latter in-turn traced to the Sans / Sens lines. Plus, Janszoons were discovered with proto-Washingtons, from SULgrave, and here we find a Poppa of SULZbach. Reminder: Sullivans (Kay/Key bird) use the MacCARTHy stag tracing to Carthaginians, yet Sullivans trace easily to Brians / Briancon and the Salyes. Plus, a Sully/Silly Coat used the triple chevrons in colors reversed from the Singletary Coat. Therefore, I am now confident with this new discovery -- of a Sens/Senn trace to king Massena -- that Obama's mother was from the same. The later pirates, including the Sinclairs/Senes'/Suns, would be from pirates developing from the Massena line. Like father, like son, for king Obama and his band of thieves. [This paragraph and entire section was written days before finding the Zenetes and Shawia entity in the insert above. Note how Shaws trace to Atlas mountains below, for the Aures mountains of the Shawia are a part of the Atlas range.]

"Pirate"-like Pratts (mascles) use the colors of the skull-and-bones pirate flag, and were first found in the same place as Dunhams. I traced Pratts (share footless martins with Singletarys) to the Shaws and to the Annandale saltire as used by Ayrshire and the Bruce's. Pratts and Leaders both use "pellets" (black roundels) and then Brians and Kilpatricks (skull-and-bones saltire) use "laidir" while both Sullivans and Brians share "lamh," wherefore the whole lot of these surnames trace with Applebys (footless martins) to mythical Ladon [typically traced to an apple entity in the Atlas mountains], as had the Howie's, Hows and Houstons (could possibly be from Hugh Lupus, a Conteville, uncle of Ranulf le Meschin). Again, the Mussels ("plates" = white roundels) use a fesse in colors reversed to the Ladds/Ladons and Leaders.

To help prove that pellet-using Pratts trace to Shaws, the Shaw grails are used by Pellets, but then the same-colored grails are used by Pillette's/Pilotte's while grail-using Shaws were first found in the same place (Perthshire) as Pontius Pilate's mother. Why were Pellets first found in the same place as Coverts/COFFERts and Coopers/Coppers while Shaws trace to Caiaphas? Didn't Joseph Caiaphas conspire with Pontius Pilate to have the Son of God crucified?

What about those plates used by Mussels? Later in this page, it's said:

Irish Walsh's [branch of Mott-related Maccabees] share pheons with Johnsons [branch of Kilpatricks]...It can be established by this Walsh link to Johnsons that the swan in the Swedish Johnson Coat ("plates" could be code for "Pilate" evident also in the pheons)...

In other words, the swan and pheons of Johnsons links them to the Caiaphas-Pilate line that obviously merged.

As Hows and Howards traced to "AWRaba," and as the Awraba tribe was discovered as the Glaphyra Archelaus line that included many Caiaphas-suspect surnames, by what coincidence do German Plates/Plaets/Platts use the same style swan in Crest as the Joseph Coat, while in their Coat, Plate's use a grape vine, the image on the one side of the coins minted by Herod Archelaus? The Awraba-suspect Caffertys are the one's using the helmet and feathers from the other side of that same coin!

There is a Muzzo/Muzzarelli/Mussioli surname, first found at Bologna, and should therefore connect with Muzzolo of Panico. Reminder: Panico's are Payen suspects and should therefore trace to the surname of Balso D'Espaines. The Muzzo/Muzzarelli surname uses a "water wheel," and it just so happens that the Water Coat is the same triple chevrons, in the same colors, as the Sully/Silly Coat! It's evident already that Muzzo's trace to the Wheelwright > Mieszko Poles.

The Wheel/Weale Coat (branch of Craigs / Hills?) uses a black Shield and fesse, as does the Mussel/Muscel Coat. Wheels/Weale's were first found in the same place (Shropshire, beside WALES and Cheshire) as Meschins. Then, Whelans (Massey fleur) and Briquessart-suspect Bricks (Massey fleur) both use the same string of mascles and Chiefs, all suggesting that WHEELwrights were part-code for a Welsh line (Meschins along with Hugh Lupus were given the task of keeping the Welsh in check).

Here's the Musso(lini) Coat (Bologna again) with a string of lozenges, not only the Brick design, but that too of Keith-related Marshalls, important because these Marshalls were in MUSSELburgh too. The Musso(lini) Coat is much like the Rocco Coat, making for logic where La Rocca had the Panico's for counts. Isn't it interesting to be peering here into Rockefeller / Masonic roots in the area of the Israeli-chief-priest formation and dissemination? The Panico's under Leon Panetta just finished directing the CIA and the U.S. military under a president whose own mother was a Rockefeller instrument, apparently.

The Marshalls use their string of lozenges in Fink / Beatle/Bedwell lozenge colors, and Beatle's/Bedwells traced exactly to "Bedolete" of the Panico's! Marshalls were first found in Wiltshire, where the Motts/Morte's (= Seleucid-Maccabees) ended up as per their Morton branch (Walsh's above were Mortons). Wiltshire was also a station for Agrigento elements, not far from the Mosca family that married MonteChiaro [Saracen theater].

The Moschetta variation of Mosca's looks like the makings of Mousquette's/Muskets using the antelope design of Singletarys, who in turn use the triple Water chevron in colors reversed, important as per the "water wheel" of Muzzo's, for the same antelope is used by WHEELwrights, the proto-Mieszko's from the Mouse Tower.

Therefore, MOUSquettes and Mosca's/Moschetta's trace to MOUSE Tower, explaining why God brought a televised mouse right in front of a podium (at the White House I think) where Obama came out to speak a moment or two later. It was His sign, occurring at a time when I was experiencing a string of mouse signs, that Obama traced to a mouse entity, though I cannot recall whether I knew about the Mouse Tower yet at that time. The Mosca surname was found a week or not much more after God gave the fly Sign (shared at the top of the 4th update in January), the fly on Obama's face. In Italian, a fly is a "mosca / muscas." [Drakes, dukes of Masovia of Poland, but now tracing to king Massena's Sauron emtity, use a "muscas" motto term.] My initial discovery of the Mosca family is yet to come from writings below the point where I'm now writing this insert.

I kid you not, I just ended this insert at the paragraph above, when I noted that the topic below, continuing from before the insert, is on heraldic plates in the Massey theater of Normandy. Here is the last paragraph before starting this insert:

The insert below was written yesterday as I write here, and has a trace of Motts to Currys of Lothian, where Faucets were first found [i.e. at Musselburgh]...but the look of the Mussel Coat, which uses plates (white roundels), as does the Arms of Orle. Doesn't it suggest that Gernons were Guerra's? The same black lion [of Faucets and Gernons] is in the Bedford Crest, important now that Beatle's/Bedwells, first found in Bedford, have traced to Bedolete of the Panico's and Guido Guerra. The topic is going right back to where we started with Motts.

End Insert]

The Dukes-of-Alencon page tells that the plates belong either to the house of Alencon or the house of Valois. The Arms of the same dukes using the Guerra bars is said to be an Alencon merger with Belleme. Belleme is a location on the western end of Orne [near the Touques river], and then the entire border area at western and north-western Orne is stamped "Coll du Perche." Belleme is therefore the home of Bellamys. This all makes for a hard case for a Maschi-of-Rimini (600 Benjamites) trace to the Guido's, as was implied by other means.

As Gernons were first found at MontFiquet/MontFichet (in the Bessin), have a look at the Fey-like variations in the Fiquet page (looks like a version of the Guerra bars), suggesting that Fes elements of Morocco were in the Bessin. Entering "Fichet" gets the Fitch's that were traced to Foots / Fido's/Fittes'/Fothes' (suspect with ancient Put/Phut) with motto [Hesperides-like) suggesting ancient Benghazi. There is a Footes location on Gernon-like island of Guernsey off the coast of Normandy's COTENtin / Manche region. Where "Guerra" was a Varni / Warren tern, as I now think it was, it means the Guerra line was Pharisaic. Trust this, for it makes sense. More on Warrens and Guerra's later.

When I traced Fes elements to Foetes/Fussen, it was on account of the "CyFOETH" motto term of Gernons. But there was (earlier in this update) a wholly independent trace of Moulay Idriss elements to Imola in Italy, the very theater where Guido Guerra ruled. Isn't that a mystery? [That is, isn't it a mystery that Idris lines from Morocco should be found in the Bologna / Panico theater? I didn't yet know here that king Idris had married a Caiaphas entity.] Gernons were Guerra's / Guerrens, were they not? I simply had no idea until now: Ranulf le Meschin was a Guerra, explaining why Masseys and Vere's use the same Shield. [Apparently, we should be tracing Guerra's to the Sauro's as both use green dragons.]

Then, up to this point in the update, the Janszoon pirates of Morocco traced to Wassa/Gace's, and here there is a Gace location smack in the Normandy theater under discussion.]]] [The triple brackets are for a special insert that I had started before the long insert above. Sorry, but these updates are more like jot-down status rather than finished-book status.]

[Insert [Oh boy, not again] -- There is a Gace location on my atlas at the source of the Touques river [Ferte-Mace is near that source]. Also near Gace is the source of a Dives river that should trace to Diva of Chester [where Meschins ruled], and/or to the Dives variation of the Dien Coat with white Masci wing. Let me repeat from above:

Don't Palmers/PARMers use the Washington bars in black-on-white? Yes, and then the "Ne vile" motto phrase of Griffins speaks to the Neville's using the white-on-red saltire, which is not only colors reversed from the Annandale saltire that traces to Placentia's Ananes, but is the Washington saltire as it was granted to Gascony. Yes, for the Nevill write-up says so: "Their name, however, is a reference to Neuville, Sur Touques of Orne in the canton of GACEY, Normandy, the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066."
Therefore, Washingtons trace to the Gace location on the Touques, exactly where I just traced Mott-Maccabees from PARMa of Italy before knowing of the Gace location!

I kid you not, that I did not see the Gace location at the Lisieux / Touques area until after writing 10 paragraphs below this insert. Isn't that Gace(y) location expected to be a Guido-Guerra-branch location as per the Guis variation of Guido's? Here is a Guerre/Guerren surname (in Warren colors) very linkable to Panico's / Payens by the pierced Zionist stars used: "First found in Normandy where they held a family seat at Gueron [near Caen] the department of Calvados in the arrondissement of Bayou [Bessin]...They also branched to Gree and Landelle in Brittany. This distinguished family were Grand Masters of the Order of St.Jean of Jerusalem in 1231."

[Insert -- I've just gone looking to see how near St. Saire is to the Touques river, and learned that the Sarah/Sayre surname at St. Saire is also "Searcy" and "Thayer," the latter smacking of "Shay" that gets the English Shaws. Then, the Irish Shaws (the ones with the hind shot through) use trefoils in the colors of the cinquefoils of Thayers/Sarahs'/Sayre's!!! I had no idea that Shaws and Sarah's were one bloodline from the Shawia peoples that Idris married, but then the Sauro's were found above to be from the Aures entity that was home to the Shawia. It's strongly suggesting that Idris married the line from king Massena as it developed into the Shawia.

The same colors are used in the fitchee crosses of the Shares/Sheers/Shires (Carrick branch should link to Saracen surname), kin of same-colored fitchee used by Schere's/Scherfs (who share a Shield with green-wyvern Wilkins), meaning that Share's/Sheers (see Kilpatricks/Sheera's too) and Scherfs trace to the Shawia Berbers. This insert comes days after the Scherf - Bush - Walsh - Wilkin topic shortly below.

Austrian Schere's use the eagle design in the Tassel Coat, important because Tassels are an obvious branch of Carrick-based Craigs using the Cafferty rider/plumes.

German Thayers were loaded to find the cabbage leaves used by Antels/Anctils (i.e. as per the antelope design).

St. Saire (in the Seine-river area) is not especially near the Touques. Of some interest, St. Saire is near Dieppe, and then the "Bear and forbear" motto of Sarah's/Sayre's suggests that the big dipper constellation was named after Dieppe elements. Entering "Dipper" gets a bend in the colors of the Chaucer bend, important because Sarah's/Sayre's just traced to the same Shawia/Chaouis peoples that Chaucers traced to. End Insert]

I can't find either Gree or Landelle online, but it recalls the link made of Pagnells and Payens (use the pierced Zionist stars of Guerre's/Guerrens) to Cree's/Crea's, suggesting now that Guido's were in the Cree's/Crae's, and perhaps even in the Greys/Groys. Previously, I traced Cree's to the naming of CREmona (not far from Parma). Note how both the Italian Guerra's and the Cree's (Burgundy) use blue and gold bars on a diagonal. I don't think it's coincidental. The bars are in the Arms of Burgundy.

With Cree's thus identifying with Guerra's, and they being the Vere's ultimately, now that this picture can trace to Cremona, what about the Roman consul by the name of Varro, who was in on the fight against Hannibal with Scipio? Was he the proto-Vere = Guerra line?

[How interesting that king Massena betrayed the Hannibals and joined Romans in 206 BC. "Varro had been a praetor in 218 BC. He was proconsul in Picenum from 215 -213 BC, and in 208 - 207 BC, as propraetor he held Etruria against Hannibal's younger brother Hasdrubal Barca. He went to Africa, in 200 BC as ambassador." Just like that, the Vere / Varn elements tracing hard to the Aures area of the Massena kingdom can now trace to the feet of Varro himself. He appears to be the Guerra entity indeed that shares a green dragon with Sauro's. Reminder: the "auro" motto term was found in the Shaken surname tracing to "Ishaq," chief of the Awraba tribe named after the Aures mountains, and Sauro's were first found above in relation to the auro motto term. In this case, "Aures" may have been a development from "Varro." The Guerre(n) Chief even uses the red lion in the Aur / Sauer Coats.

Again, in this picture, I would suggest that Pharisees were named by Varro's elements at the north-Italy Guerra's...when king-Massena elements became the Maccabee's proper as per Roman transplantation into Israel.]

The Cree's and Craiths/Cree's (Washington stars?) were linked solidly to Payens, wherefore the Payen stars are now discovered to be shared by Guerre(n)s. The Craiths/Cree's use the Paine/Payne fesse in colors reversed, and the Cree-of-Burgundy lion design, wherefore the Guerre-Payen partnership is suggesting a Guido-Guerra merger with a Panico line, excellent for tracing Chappes' to the Setta valley. In fact, the Payens along with the Cree's are linkable by their symbols to Rome's/Rooms (= 600 Benjamites), first found in the same place as Annandale's and Johnsons.

Just found after writing to here, that the Nevill saltire (colors-reversed to Annandale saltire) is in the colors of the Curry saltire while the Curry Crest is the Cotes-Crest rooster design. It explains why Scottish Currys use the Sinclair rooster design, and were first found in the same place (Midlothian) as Scottish Sinclairs (reminder: before the long insert, it was explained that Sinclairs lived on the Touques river). It's strongly suggesting the Cotes du Nord location of the Motts/Morte's having elements on or off the Touques. Might Currys be a branch of Guerre's? [Yes, for the Currys trace to Placentia is exactly where I expect Varro elements now highly suspect in the make-up of Israeli priests.]

Keep in mind the Keaths/Keths ("VINCit" motto term) of Lothian, for they smack of "Heath" while Heaths and Touques/Toke's/Tolkiens both use a solid chevron. The "FIDELisiMUS Semper" motto of Keetings seems to apply, and then a "Fidelis" motto is shown for the Spinks whom had traced to the Janszoon pirates but also to the Senussi line. The Irish Curry saltire is thinner than most, as is the saltire in colors reversed used by Keetings. It's telling us that Keetings trace to Placentia as the Heath / D'Aeth line to Jonathan Maccabee [in an insert above, this thin chevron traced to MonteChiaro of Sicily, and then, in a paragraph involving the Currys, a PALMI de Montechiaro was found in Asti). Seatons/Sittens, likewise first found in Lothian, traced to Wassa-based Sitten/Sion while Wassa's were related to Janszoon while Janszoon-suspect Johnsons trace to Placentia. It's Israeli chief-priest lines everywhere turned pirates.

The "Audaux" motto term of Irish Currys is suggesting the Aude's, yes, but also the Decks/Decker (in Teck/Tess colors) and Tecks/Tess' because the latter use a saltire in Curry-saltire colors, and the leaves on the Teck/Tess saltire have been traced to the Laevi on the Ticino/TESSen river. Note too that the Lys fleur in is the Deck/Decker Coat (Dyke's use it too). I've traced the squirrel, for reasons not having to do with Decks/Deckers, to Placentia; the trace was on account of the Squirrel/Square link to Scute's...who turned out to use a version of the Mose squares, important because Le Mose is a location at Placentia. We are unable to get away from Caiaphas / Ananias / Levi lines as we trace Maccabees. See the red squirrel below in a Paris surname, asking why a Pharisee-like surname should be tracing to Placentia.

[Let's not forget that while the Share's/Sheers/SHIRE's and Schere's just traced to the Guerra-related Sauro's/Saura's, the Squirrels/Square's are also "SQUIRE," meaning that Placentia's proto-Israeli-priesthood is tracing to Boofima's green Sauro/Saura dragon.]

It also turned out that Shots/Shute's/Shutts were a branch of Scute's/Scutts, important because Shots/Shute's and Aude's use the same sword design. The Shots/Shute's were accessed in the first place by the sling SHOT in the Arms of Dachau, wherefore the Decks, Scute's, and kin trace to Dachau too, at Berlin, itself on the Spree river. The Speers and Pollocks were both first found in Renfrewshire, and Spree's use the Spear crescents while Pollocks use an "Audacter" motto term. It had never occurred to me to seek a Dacter-like surname until now, after realizing that "Audaux" is code both for Aude's and Dacks.

The Doctor/Docker Coat just happens to use spears (!), erect, in the design of the erect Dunham spears. Doctors/Dockers use "Semper" in the motto, a term tracing to Alans at Dol, and that's exactly where Pollocks came from. Moreover, the Sempers were found to be the Strange's at Forum Allieni, in the Reno theater that I trace to "Rennes" and "Renfrew" (Dol is in Rennes). It takes us right back to the Setta setting.

INDEED. The two Strange lions (in the design and positions of the two Semper lions) are seen in the same colors in the Paine/Payne Coat!! I don't think I had realized this yet. It trace's Strange's (and probably Sempers) to the Panico's at the Setta valley!!! The proto-Stewarts at Forum Allieni were suspect in a recent update in a merger with Pharisee refugees from Jerusalem. Paine's/Payne's use a "broken SPEAR," part code from Broke's/Brocks using the Stewart motto! [Remember, this was written days before finding the Aures region and the Sauro's, and it jibes excellently with a Varro-Massena kinship from north-Africa to Placentia as the founders of Maccabees and Pharisees, with Sadducees coming from Soducena at lake Sevan to the Setta river.]

REMINDER: Strange's were "First found in Derbyshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the manor of Pevell's Castle in the peak of Derbyshire. Guido le Strange, son of the Duke of Brittany was present at a joust with Owen, Prince of Wales and the Scottish Prince. Guido le Strange was ancestor of the various baronial houses of L'Strange and Strange." Amazing coincidence. No, it's not. It's the Guido's from the chief priests of Israel, and they include the Geddes (in Strange colors) using the square of the Arms of Placentia. It's obvious that the Geddes motto (Capta majora) is for Joseph Caiaphas lines.

The red-on-gold Semper lion exactly is in the Geddy Coat! The latter is in the colors of the Joseph chevrons. (Expect designs to change to confuse readers as these findings get around; however, new designs always help to make further links. In the last year, since March of 2012, I've noted some 50 changes in designs whereas there may have been two or three changes in the five or six years before that. Why this rash of changes?)

Here's the Geddy-Crest description: "a blue banner charged with a gold cross." It's the colors of the Parma cross. The colors of the Geddys fesse is in the Arms of Caernarvonshire (see last update for some Caernarvon details.) Geddys were first found in Caern-like Cornwall. Are the Currys part of the Cornwall bloodline from the Cornelli? [Yes, for "Curry" is now tracing with "Guerra" to "Varro," a partner with general Scipio.] The latter [i.e. the Cornelli] was the Roman family that included Scipio's, and then general Scipio retreated to Placentia, exactly where the Curry Coat traces!

Is this the Coronis / Cyrene raven cult in the Cornelli? Didn't Scipio's trace to Agrigento, a topic that connected with Cyrene? "The Cornish People, who inhabited the southwest of England, have a rich Celtic heritage. Cornwall was originally home to a people known as the Dumnonians, who were comprised of three tribes of ancient Britons known as the Veniti, the Curiovolitae, and the Asismii...Cornwall is derived from the Celtic tribal name Cornovii..." It's interesting here that Kerns/Cerns (i.e. like "Caern") use the sleeping moon of Roets who were first found in Somerset, founded by the Dumnonii / Dumnonians. Irish Kerns are then in colors reversed to the Geddys, suggesting a Kern trace with the Geddes to Placentia, Guido's and Sempers! I traced Kerns to the sleeping moon god (Endymion) at Caria, thus identifying Kerns with Carians (they could have been proto Cyrenians).

The Dumnonii founded Devon, where the city of Exeter is located. There are a slew of Coats using the Exeter format, including Walsh's and Mortons. The Walsh motto phrase, "sed non mortuss," suggests the Morte's/Motts out of the Setta valley. The swan in the Walsh Crest is the same shot-through swan in the Gemel Crest, very important because president George Bush Jr. married a Walsh. The Gemel Coat (uses the Walsh / Morton chevron) was seen above in the Wager Coat, that surname being from Wagrians [on the Warnow river of the Varni] as with the Walkers to which the president Bush's connected. The Gemels and Wagers both use hearts, important because its a Douglas symbol too, and then here's from the Scottish Walsh write-up: "First found in Roxburghshire, where John Walshe...A John Walch was listed as a tenant of the earl of Douglas, in the Barony of Kylbouho in 1376." I traced the Glass line of Douglas' to the Guido hourglass after discovering that Douglas' linked to a Geddes line. They say that "Welsh" means "stranger," but it could be code for links to the Strange's rooted in Guido le Strange.

The "numine" term of Scottish Walsh's (the pirate flag, right? Skull and Bones, right?) can in itself link to the MacAbee-related Newmans (see crossed bones of the Newtons in MacAbee colors) that are a branch of Raines' who are in the Wren write-up and whom I trace now to the Reno, where Guido's lived. No coincidence. I'm being overbearing in repetition to leave no doubt of what God wants the world to know concerning Caiaphas / Ananias / Pharisee lines, and where they led to amongst the world rulers. It's a good guess to link the Walsh / Gemel swan to the Joseph swan.

It's important to realize that the Scottish Walker Shield is a version of the KilPATRICK Shield, for the latter surname traces with Johnsons to Placentia and Parma, and very likely to the PATRICIAN bloodline of general Scipio. Anything tracing to general Scipio was possibly transplanted into Israel as the Maccabees. The Raines- and Rennes-related Wrens use the purple lion of SKIPtons, let's not forget, which has the tendency of tracing Scipio liners to the Reno river, a very logical idea.

Irish Walsh's share pheons with Johnsons, and for this purpose it's tracing them both to Vains/Vans/Phone's evident in the "Veniti" co-founders of the Dumnonii. It can be established by this Walsh link to Johnsons that the swan in the Swedish Johnson Coat ("plates" could be code for "Pilate" evident also in the pheons) is that also of the Walsh / Gemel Crests. The rings [now evokes mythical sauron] of the Walsh's/Welsh's (saltire in Kilpatrick saltire colors) may connect to the rings of English Walkers ("MAGna" motto term like the "mago" of Josephs, traces to Monmouth, in Wales and beside Somerset), but in any case, the Scottish Walkers use the Guerren / Payen pierced Zionist stars (Pierce's were first found in Somerset). Then, the Guerre Chief shows the lion, in the same colors, of Dutch Bush's/Bos'. The red Guerre Chief lion appears to be the red one in the Guido Coat. [The Scottish Walker Coat looks like the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Guerre(n) Coat in colors reversed, and using the Guerra bars in red on gold.]

Just like that, Walkers trace to Guido-Guerra, important because it was already seen that Guerra's use the green Wilkin wyvern that traces to Scherfs. As wyverns belong to Veres and VARNI/WARNI, it's identifying Guerra's and Guerrens as a branch of WARRENe's, the checks of whom trace to the checks of in the Arms of Bologna. What's that small square for in the Warrene Coat? See Wards too.

Reminder: ""Agnes [of Montferrat], who married Count Guido Guerra III Guidi of Modigliana." MODigliana is about 30 miles south-east of Bologna in the Faenza theater." Shouldn't Mortons trace with their Mott kin to Modigliana? But why are Wagrians tracing to the Vains/Vans/Phone's/VEYNE's in Faenza? Aside from asking the gauntlet gloves shared by Vains/Vans/Veyne's and Waynes (and mace-using Maceys), we could ask the Wayne-like Wagners using the Griffin griffin design (not forgetting that Griffins use a motto akin to that of Vains/Vans/Veyne's). It doesn't seem coincidental that English Wagners (another swan) were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Wagers, Walkers and Bush's.

As Wagrians were in the Varni theater wherein the Angle's worshiped Nerthas, let me repeat that the Angle/Angel Coat showed, until last year, a thin red-on-gold bend, the colors of the thin bend of English Wagners.

The tiger-using Veynswere first found in Gloucestershire, beside the Vains/Vans/Veyne's of MONmouthshire. The Veyns use GARBs in the colors of the Griffin griffin, important where Griffins were named after a "Gareb" term. Reminder: Griffins use the same black talbot as AsMON-suspect Asmans. [Asmans use the Share/Sheer/Shire talbot and colors, thus tracing to the Aures mountains, home of Amon.]

I've mentioned before, when on the Walsh-Morton topic, that the goat of English Bush's is used by English Mortons. Who were these Mortons? If Moors, are they responsible for the Morte variation of Motts?

Scottish Mortons (Cheshire) use another gold rooster (as with Heaths/Hethe's), probably colors reversed to the Jonathan rooster so that Jonathan-suspect Motts/Morte's can be traced to Maccabee-infested Cheshire, as expected. AMAZING, English Mortons were first found in the same place (Wiltshire) as Asmans. Very consistent, is it not, tending to clinch the Morton link to Morte's of Mott?

Wiltshire is beside Bath and Wells of Somerset, where the Baden/Battin line is traced by me, and then the Asman Coat uses a bend in the colors of the same in the Arms of Baden, Germany! The Bath/Atha cross is in the colors of the Neville / Curry saltire, and moreover "Atha" and "Heth are so similar to the Aeth term of Morte-related Deaths/Darths that it makes perfect sense to trace Mott/Morte liners to this area . And it just so happens that I've been claiming for long enough that the Arthurian cult had its guts in the Baths/Atha's and Badens/Battins...whom in the last update were revealed as MountBattens / Battenbergs ultimately from Jabesh-suspect Jaghbub, and/or the Bistones thereof.

I'm quite sure that the talbots of Asmans (Wiltshire) represent the Carrick line from Acragas = Agrigento, explaining the goat in the Mortons of Wiltshire. Agrigento traced hard to York elements, and Yorks, who use a besant centrally, on a saltire in the blue color of the Balas cross, were first found in Wiltshire. If you recall, the Balas cross was just found as the Arms of Parma for the first time, and while I trace Parma to the Paris Trojans at Parium, the Parisii of Paris (France) co-founded York (with the Ebroicum of Normandy).

Yet, talbots along with the Shaws using "Vincit qui" as a motto phrase are used by Dansers. The Asman talbot design is in the Danser Crest. Isn't that too coincidental, that the Caiaphas line should be found merged with the Maccabee line? The Scotts = Talbots were traced, not only to Placentia, but to Imola / Faenza at the Guido Guerra nucleus. [I didn't know about the Shawia when writing here so that an Asman trace with Shaws to Shawia tends to trace Asmans to "Amon," but maybe not.]

Italian Paris Coat (Sicily) is a version of the Panico/Panetta Coat but using Zionists stars instead (in the colors of the Payen stars). EXCELLENT, for I've just clinched in the last week a trace of Israel's chief priests to the Setta valley of the Panico's, meaning that an identification of "Pharisee" with "Paris" is now very warranted! [It's suggesting Varro at Parma as the mythical Paris to Paris line.]

Belgian Paris' use three red squirrels that (God told me) trace to Placentia. It's the number of squirrels that I caught in my attic when the Signs were given.

Check out the erect sword in the Touque/Took/Tolkien Crest, for the Bessin-related Bistones (see erect sword of Bistons) are suspect here. Didn't Bistones trace to Cyrene (last update), and didn't the Sinclairs trace to the root of the Senussi Cyrenians? And here we are, in the land of the Sinclairs/Senes' through the Touques river. This is a great reason for suspecting that the Sinclair Templars desired to conquer Jerusalem on account of their merger with scheming Maccabee lines on the Touques river.

Didn't the mascles of the SENESchals trace to the Senussi? Rouen, the capital of the Sinclair pirates, is about 50 miles from Lisieux, and still closer to Pont-l'Eveque. [St. Saire is not far from Roeun.] The Rouen/Rohan surname uses nine -- count'em, nine -- mascles, the number of the Seneschal mascles. The latter's mascles are in the colors of the Mode/Moden lattice, but the five mascles of the Spinks are in the colors of the Caen lattice.

The Senecaux variation suggests Pays de Caux on the shore from Rouen. The Seneschal write-up: "First found in Normandy where this distinguished family held a family seat at Crevecoeur in the arrondissement of Lisieux where Hamon Le Senechal held a strong castle that still remains in the valley of Auge."

The Rouen/Rohan mascles are in the colors of the lozenges filling the "Jewish" Fink(el) Coat. Isn't this the Da-VINCI entity at Lisieux? The Finns, using lozenges in the same colors, use estoiles that for the moment can be linked to the Mott / Balas estoile. The Finns are suspect as a Vinci product merged with Motts/Morte's first found in a Cotes du Nord area. The Masci-line Masseys who own mascles were first found in Manche, right next door to Calvados. There is a COTENtin area in the center of Manche that should apply to the Cottin variation of lattice-using Cote's/Cotts; this lattice is in the colors of the Massey / Lys/Lisse fleur, which traces to the Lys valley of Aosta, and therefore likely traces to Lisieux, where the estoile is expected that itself stands as code for Aosta elements.

The Fleur/Florida surname (vair fur) was first found in Normandy, though it does not say where.

We have two choices. The Masci's / Masseys were a development from "Maccabee," not possible if Masci's pre-dated Maccabees by being the Meshwesh out of Egypt and the land of Benjamin. The other choice is that Masci's / Maschi's/MASCARelli's created the Maccabees in the first place by being implanted from Modena into Modiin. It just so happens that the Massey / Lys/Lisse fleur-de-lys is in the colors of the same in the Asman Coat (black talbots), a surname much like "Asmon," the patriarch of Maccabees.

It's suggesting that Maschi's at Rimini, the old 600 Benjamites, were the Maccabee's proper. What a story. It may be, however, that these Maschi's had first been the Masci's of Piedmont / Aosta before landing in Israel, so as to explain the fleur of Asmans. Ultimately, it's from the Maezaei in the Japodes theater, the Maxwell line too.

Yes, from Scipio's fighters, and then Meschins, from the Bessin near Caen, were partners with Skiptons, tending to prove that Masci liners were in the army camps of Scipio. Remember Varro, who led the Roman fight against Hannibal in 216, two years after Scipio's defeat to Hannibal. The Vere's lived at Ver(e) in Manche, and were so closely allied to Masseys there that they use the same Shield. It stands to reason that Varro liners named Ferrara, Montferrat, and the Varni. I realize that it sounds simplistic, but that's what my years at this are telling me. [This was written days before finding Aures and the Sauro's, etc.]

Here is a Spanish Varro Coat, using wolves in the colors of the Asmon talbots. The Wolves are in the colors of the Varn bend.

The arms-and-sword in the Bessin Crest is identical to the one in the Taafe/Taffe(y) Crest, and in the Taafe/Taffe Coat is yet more lattice now tracing to Maccabee lines.

The "fato" term of Rutherfords should be for martin-using Fate's. Entering "Rother" (in Elgin colors) gets a Randolph clan at Moray, the theater of Peter Pollock's Rothes castle (we're into the raven vikings here that pre-dated Janszoon's by centuries). I have recently linked the Fate martins to the Covert/Coffert martins, but I now see that the colors of the Covert and Fate martins are for the lions in the Elgin fesse, a fesse in the colors of the Covert fesse! This is new, a Covert trace to Elgin, the location of the Rothes castle. The Rother stars are even in the colors of the Elgin stars.

Therefore, via the Rutherford martin, the Rother- / Rothes-related Pollocks were related to FINKs, important because I had traced the Pollocks to the Valentinian bloodline born in VINKovci. That's a Croatian location, and while I trace the Cravens to Croatia, the Craven Coat is a fesse in the colors of the fesse of Fate's...who are shown properly as FadMORE/FateMORE.

The fesses here are suspect from "Fes" in that Fate's could easily be Fey / Fay liners, especially as Cravens use fitchee crosslets...traced to the Fes location in the last update for more reasons than the leopard "face" (Covert symbol too) in the Fitch Coat and Crest. Scottish Corse's use fitchee crosses as well as a "FATalia" motto term. Why is the Fitch chevron in the colors of the double-colored Joseph chevron?

The Fitch Crest (in the colors of the Herod/Hurl Coat) is a reflection of the theme's used by the Fey and Bait/Beith swords. The Feys and Fitch's even share the motto, "Esperance," traced (in the last update) to an earlier name (Hesperides) of Benghazi of Cyrene (there seems to be a Cyrene > Idris > Janszoon > Senussi link in all this). However, there is now the question of whether much of the tracing in the last update, to the Idris Moroccans at Fes, actually traces instead to Janszoon elements in Morocco, albeit I haven't yet read that Janszoon's crew had involvement with Fes and Moulay Idriss, which are inland, not on the sea.

I had linked the Baits/Beiths to MacBeth at Moray. Both Beth Coats use the same fesse colors, and German Beths use the Janson wing design. Scottish Beths/Bee's (lozenges) use an otter, suggesting the Other/Otter surname from the Lombards, thus connecting with the lozengy-using Scottish Lombards/Limbaughs. Baits and Jansons both use green griffin heads in their Crests, albeit not in the same design.

[Insert -- Here are some interesting things after entering "Idder" seeking Idris lines, to find Beaters/Batere's, curiously enough. It seemed to confirm a Beatle/Bedwell / Bead/Beddel link to Idris lines. "Beet" was then entered to find a fat cross in the colors of the Idris/Beeter chevron. The Beet cross suggested the Johnson cross (probably a version of the Messey / Jefferson saltire), wherefore I'd say that the Idder/Beeter chevron is that of the Bails (Provence, same as Salyes-branch Seleucids)...meaning that it's the Alexander Balas line merged with Jonathan Maccabee. It's perfect, for the Seleucid-Maccabee line was traced in another way just above to the Awraba Berbers as founded by Varro and merged with lines from king Massena likewise at the root of the Awraba tribe.

Dutch Beets then got three fleur-de-lys that I recalled in the Jung/June Coat, important because Meeks use a "Jungor" motto term while Meeks traced to Morrocco's "Meknes, beside Fes and Moulay Idriss. I would suggest that the Idris/Beeter/Batere surname is from the Botr(i) Berber tribe, especially as the counterpart Branes Berbers traced to the Salyes at Briancon. Sale's use fleur in colors reversed to the Meek / Jung/June fleur while there is even a Sale location in Morocco.

Having thus proved, essentially, that Idris lines included an Idder surname, the Etters/Atters/Tyre's, who traced already to Alexander Balas (see Alexander motto as it links to Etters/Atters/Tyre's), should also be named after Idris. Reminder: Idris is said to have been from Syria, where Seleucids ruled. End Insert]

Dutch Ruthers/Ruiters use a knight riding a horse with a plume of feathers from a helmet, symbol of the Herod-Archelaus bloodline. There was a "rider" on a horse earlier in the Craig Crest, and this led to the Rider and Ritter surnames smacking of Ruthers and Rothers. That Rider topic all led back to Maschi's, Vains/Vans/Phone's and Guido's. What a coincidence. The Craig-based Carricks had linked to the Dansers.

The same rider-plume design is used by Caffertys/Affertys/Goffrey/Godfrey in the colors of Coffers. [This is where I first introduced Caffertys as per this update, then added them to inserts above so that it may seem like over-kill to treat them again here, sorry.]

Here's from the last update with an important addition that looks like the Apama > Obama line to the Senussi, and yet suspect with end-time neo-Seleucid globalism:

The "fortuna" motto term of Turins/Thurins was seen with the Baits/Beiths and Bedfords. Mickie's [use an Etter/Atter-like Coast] and Sellers (both traced to Meknes and Sale-branch Silures) were first found in the same place (Aberdeenshire) as Turins/Thurins. In the saint Kilian article: "According to Maurus, Kilian was a native of Ireland, when with eleven companions he went to eastern Franconia and THURINGIA." It just so happens that while the BAMberg surname [a single pile in GUIScard-pile colors] was first found in Franconia, the Bamm/Bemelberg Coat uses a version of the Kill/Keele Coat. Was this the Apama line of Seleucids? Ask the Zollern Coat, or the Senussi-suspect crescent (same as Alexander crescent) in the Kill/Keele Coat.

It traces Apama-based Seleucids to the Baits suspect in forming Baathists along with the Bath owners of the Scottish Randolph cross [I didn't know yet that Meek- and Mickie-related surnames should trace to Botr-branch Berbers]. But it also traces Seleucids to Hohenzollerns, important because Hohens use a Shield filled with red checks, as do Danish Jansens (must have an 'e' instead of an 'o') and Brackleys. The latter surname was looked up as per a Brackley location beside Sulgrave (Northamptonshire), where the family of George Washington originated. It just so happens that while German Jansons use the Washington bars, Brackleys and English Jansons were first found in the same place (Northamptonshire). It could be that the Brackley stars are those of the Joplins in colors reversed. The Bamburg/Banbury Coat even uses the Wassa Zionist star and the Scottish Randolph cross in colors reversed.

I think Bamberg and Bamburgh were locations of the Apama Seleucids.

The Selgrave location reminded of Selkirks, a known branch of Kelso's, and then there is a Kelso location in Roxburghshire. The KELso's are suspect with Kills/Keele's, you see, who are Seleucid-suspect Zollerns, and yet one can also glean that "Sel" and "KEL" are identical terms in some cases, making Seleucids of Kills/Keele's. The bigger point is, I have been keeping an eye out for white-on-black stars, the colors of the Senussi stars, and here we find them in the Selkirk Chief.

It just so happens that Selkirkshire is beside Roxburghshire...and Berwickshire, home of Bebbanburg-related Bernicians who owned Bamburgh castle. It should be recorded here that there is a Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale area, where "Lauder" reminds me that entering "Laud" gets the Lords," and where "Ettrick" smacks of Etters that were traced suggestively to "Idris."

Why do Rutherfords use a goose? Can we glean some Guis / Gois elements? End long insert]

I am going to try very hard to give you the topic, at the start of the next update, that was interrupted a few updates ago by many inserts. It goes back to Agrigento and discovers Montechiaro's Mosca's.

For what turned out to be a continuation of topics in this update, or for further clues on Caiaphas origins, see the 2nd and 3rd update of this-coming November.


Especially for new or confused readers
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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.

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