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It All Goes Through Moldova

The Kurds have replaced Barzani with Fuad Masum (or "Massoum"); the latter is now the president (not the supreme leader) of Iraq. The next step is to chose the next prime minister. The Iraqi future will yet go on the same, with horrible, senseless killings in the name of who has the true Mohammad. The next prime minister is expected to be a Shi'ite; no matter how kind he appears to be to the Sunni, it won't be enough for the Sunni now fighting to take control of the country. The West deceives the world if it makes like Iraq will be all better if only the prime minister forms a sincere Sunni-inclusive government. Maliki tried it, but the Sunni in his government used their positions for a long-term effort to topple him. In democracy, the Sunni of Iraq are outnumbered, meaning they can get full control only by a coup or war.

A Reuters article doing some whistleblowing:

A tanker carrying crude oil from Iraqi Kurdistan is just two days away from arriving at a U.S. port, according to ship tracking satellites, despite Washington's long-standing concern over independent oil sales from the autonomous region.

The United Kalavrvta tanker, which left the Turkish port of Ceyhan in June carrying oil delivered via a new Kurdish pipeline, is due to dock in Galveston, Texas on Saturday [July 26], Reuters AIS Live ship tracking shows.

...A sale of Kurdish crude oil to a U.S. refinery would infuriate Baghdad...

Yep. It goes on: "Washington has pressured companies and governments not to buy crude from the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG), but it has stopped short of banning U.S. firms from buying it outright." This is a very good example of the Washington two-face dance that Obama practices well. Say one thing publicly, do the opposite secretly. "On Thursday it was rounding the Florida panhandle after navigating through the Bahamas. The ship carries approximately 1 million barrels of crude." Same size lot as what Israel purchased. Yep. "The last signal received from its satellite tracking system was at 07:37 am GMT Thursday, indicating it may have turned the transponder off." The secret is out. They couldn't slip this one past us. It happens at a moment where Obama is acting highly righteous, because he's always ACTING that way. reported: "Iraqi oil ministry spokesman said Israel is the only buyer of Kurdistan Region's oil and no other country is buying the oil." It's quite possible partially true, with Israel buying simply to re-sell at a no-sweat, flipping profit, same as any pirate with stolen goods. The inside trick may be to have Israel buy the oil on a continuous basis as the middleman / distributor merely for re-sale.

Some days later:

U.S. authorities are set to seize a cargo of oil from Iraqi Kurdistan anchored off the Texas coast after a judge approved a request from Baghdad...

...The judge's order was issued to the U.S. Marshals Service, an enforcement agency within the U.S. Department of Justice.

"Although the U.S. government did not act to stop the tanker, Baghdad has been able to make use of the U.S. courts," said Richard Mallinson at UK-based consultancy Energy Aspects.

...CNBC News said documents showed the buyer of the oil was a British Virgin Isles-registered company called Talmay Trading, which has previously traded Russian crude.

...The ship, which is too large to enter ports near Houston and dock, was given clearance by the U.S. Coast Guard on Sunday to transfer its cargo offshore to smaller boats that would deliver it to the U.S. mainland. But Iraq's central government, in a court filing on Monday, laid claim to the cargo.

...The filings on Monday did not name the end-buyer of the cargo in the United States. -

With the U.S. coast guard giving the wink for a transfer of the oil into the U.S., one would think that Obama is for this event. His puppet in charge of the justice department can possibly control the outcome at the marshal's office. This is all curious because Talmay is involved: "OAO Surgutneftegas, a Russian oil producer, sold Urals crude to Total SA and Talmay Trading for loading from the Baltic Sea port of Primorsk this month, two traders who participate in the market said." (

An online directory: "TALMAY TRADING DMCC is a United Arab Emirates company in Dubai-Dubai." It may have been named after some entity that is itself named after ancient Telmun/Dilmun...which was at Bahrain. Telmun was the birthplace of Ishtar, and so let's repeat that the Rothschild/Rothstein/RODENmaler Coat uses the eight-pointed star, ancient symbol of Ishtar. The flag of Bahrain looks like the so-called Franconian Rake, and the first Rothschilds (from Frankfurt) were not far from the Franconia theater. Revelation 18 speaks on world trade and cargoes at sea by "Babylon the Great," which I have interpreted as the old Ishtar cult out of Babylon. Talmay is apparently a sea-faring trading service. All prophetically interesting.

As Rothschilds stemmed from Peter Pollock of Moray (my personal discovery), note how the flag of Bahrain is like the Randolph Coat, for Scottish Randolphs were first found at Moray. The interesting part is that the surname of Obama's mother, a Dunham, uses the Randolph Coat because the two families merged (in marriage). There is even an alternative Randolph surname that comes up as "Rother / Ruth," what should be deemed a Rothschild branch that can be clearly linked to RODANs/Rodhams. The latter are related to Rutherfords.

I'll come back to Iraq news, even an article from Kurdistan suggesting that a Ukrainian American has purchased Kurdistan oil. But first, some heraldry. This past week, I learned something new about a heraldic symbol called an escutcheon, used for example by Rutherfords (though they call it an "orle" as code for the mother of Julius Caesar). This is very interesting. The topic comes as a result of an emailer who requested some help on finding his roots. His surname is Sheetz. After a few exchanges, he told me that the surname is definitely from the Shutz/Schutz surname, first found in the Rhineland. After telling me that "Shutz" is from "shield," and that his family is related to the Roder surname, I began see more vividly what I had already told him, that the gold saltire of the Shutz/Schutz surname is a version of the Pollock saltire, and suggested to him that Shutz's should prove to have been proto-Rothschilds proper (named after Red Shield), who were likewise from the Rhineland.

As I explained to him that Pollocks were of the Maxwells, and as Maxwells were first found in the same place as both the Scott and Rutherford surname, it dawned on me (after I wrote to him) that the "escutcheon" was partly a term honoring the Shutz bloodline...that named the Scott surname...meaning that the Rutherford escutcheon is due to that surname's link to the Shutz > Scott bloodline, for an escutcheon is a shield (upon the regular Shield). It therefore proves true that "S(c)hutz" was named after "shield" somehow, though I would argue that this, along with "Sheetz," is a name in honor of something else that got modified over time to a term meaning "shield."

About a week ago, before getting the latest email from Mr. Sheetz, I was once again wondering whether Talbots were from Telchines...of Rhodes. Both Scott Coats use a version of both Talbot coats, and Talbots are a branch of German Talls/Thalls (share the bees of the Bessins) so that the "bot" is from "bois" of the Taillebois" surname, which happens to be from Lucy Taillebois, who lived in the same place (Lincolnshire) as where the Rhodes surname was first found, indicating the real possibility that Talls / Talbots had been Telchines. Moreover, Lucy married the Meshech-Scythian bloodline of Ranulph le Meschin (from the Bessin, Normandy), whose first name, I have claimed for years, named the Randolphs of Moray. Ranulph ruled in Cheshire smack beside Wales, and the Welsh are known to be from Cimmerians, though I have been venturing on tracing them to Kamiros, a city on Rhodes smacking of "Gamir," an ancient name for Cimmerians (i.e. a scythian peoples).

In other words, the Rosh-Gomer-Meshech (and not doubt Gog) scythians were on Rhodes as the proto-Rus, especially the proto-Dane Rus, and the Shutz / Sheetz bloodline is therefore suspect from Rhodes. In fact, the Scott surname used the so-called "Catherine wheel," known symbol of Catherine ROET. Safe to say, the proto-Rothschilds were named in-part from this Shutz entity, and the red=Roth part of their name is likely a Rhodes entity.

Rothschilds share the eight-pointed star with Keons, whom I think are the other entity in the escutcheon symbol. Ishtar's home at Telmun may have been named after an entity that later named mythical Telchis at Sicyon. I don't recall reading in myth how the Telchis entity got from Sicyon to Rhodes, but I do know that SICYon was represented by mythical SISYphus, king of neighboring Corinth. Sisyphus' family was the reason for mythical Bellerophon, whom with Pegasus was in Lycia, i.e. on-shore of Rhodes. They were fighting the Chimera dragon, a term that denotes the Cimmerians of Kamiros.

There is more than one reason for tracing Sicyon elements to the Varni (pre-Saxon times), whom I say were the proto-Varangian Rus...from Rhodes. Sisyphus was directly related to Aeolus and his wife, Enarete, and the latter myth code has been identified (by me thanks to a reader's tip) as developing into "Nerthus," the mother-earth goddess of the Varni and related Reudigni. We could expect Sicyon elements in the land of the Varni, therefore, around Rostock (southern-Denmark area), which is where the Saxons developed. Some say that a Saka branch scythian peoples named the Saxons, and I can't disagree for lack of evidence one way or the other.

Mr. Sheetz has traced his surname to both Danes and Saxons, and while Danes trace to Danaans of Lindos on Rhodes, proto-Saxons may trace as the namers of Sicyon to Rhodes. Denmark was also home to the Cymbri, the same name that the Welsh called themselves. It appears that various peoples of Rhodes were jam-packed at the Denmark peninsula, The Sach surname, a banking-family surname that can link for that reason to Rothschilds, are likely using the rose symbol due to their trace to Rhodians (they say that Rhodes was named after its many roses, and while that idea may be false, the heraldic rose (used by ROSicrucians) may yet have been used by a peoples from Rhodes).

Of interest is that the Saxon surname uses what looks like a version of the Orrel Coat, and the Orrels are no doubt the reason for the Rutherford escutcheon being called an "orle"...meaning that the Orrels must been closely linked to the Shutz bloodline. Perhaps you missed my point: the Sadducees must be closely related to the mother of Julius Caesar. I'm either a lunatic that doesn't mind being a lunatic, or I have reasons for that statement.

The Varn surname uses scallops as code for the Sicil namers of Sicily, and the central part of Sicily was the home of Sicanians, who smack of "Sicyon," suggesting the possibility that Telchines and other Rhodians passed through Sicily. This gets important where the proto-Brits were from Bruttium, the part of Italy closest to Sicily. But proto-Brits were the Pretani, they say, whom some say (I agree) were also called "Cruithne/Cruithen," a term much like "Curetes," a Telchine-related peoples on Crete.

You are about to learn the origin of the Bretons from the land of the Royal Scythians in the north-west shores of the Black sea, where a Prut river is situated (Moldova). I am sure that Scotland was named after those Scythians, whom I identify as the Biblical Gog, but it's much worse, for the Scythians that named Scotland were from the man who insisted that Jesus should die.

The Pretani were from the ancient Prut (Pyretus/Puretus) river, weren't they? See the Pyretus at the right side of this map:

I have already traced the Trypillians of Moldova to the Trips, first found in the land of the Varni, more or less, and I identified the hourglass goddess of the Trypillians with the hourglass symbol of the Skit and Sched surnames, thus suggesting that the Shutz bloodline traces to Trypillians in the land of Royal Scythians. I am sharing everything I learn on this Shutz hunt as I go. There is not much that I know that I'm not revealing to you as I go. I am determined to find what the Shutz/Schuetz bloodline goes to.

Keeping in mind that it's expected of the proto-Scotland entity to pass through Rhodes, let me add that the Welsh are said to be Bretons...meaning that the Welsh trace to the namers of the Prut river [pause: when I wrote this, I had no idea that, the next day while I continued, the Walsh surname would trace to Moldova with a pack of other surnames.] In fact, it's known that Cimmerians lived on the east side of the Royal Scythians so that Cimmerians of Rhodes can trace to that area of the Black sea. Scottish legend traces Scots to Miletus, on-shore of Rhodes, if that helps to make a Shutz trace back from the Rhodes theater to Moldova [later, it becomes obvious that a certain part of the Arms of Scotland is a symbol of the Shutz surname].

Of interest here is that mythical Arthur was a Brit entity, and he was allied to the Welsh. A prolific writer on Arthurian codework was Geoffrey of Monmouth (Wales), and it just so happens that there is a MOLD surname (smacking of "Moldova") that uses a version of the Coat of the Monmouth surname. Not only do Tudors of Wales (rose symbol) use the white ostrich feathers of Traby's (see Wikipedia article on Traby's), but the Traby-like Trevor surname, from Tudor Trevor, was first found in the same place as Monmouths. The point is, I think Trabys are from the Trypillians. The Welsh trace to Moldova, don't they?

It just so happens that while Geoffrey of Monmouth traces the Arthurian cult to a "Brutus" character, Bruttium was alternatively Calabria, making it evident that Arthur's ExCALIBUR sword is code for that area. What relationship can there be between Bruttium and the Prut? We can ask mythology for the clues.

Myth had two monsters, Scylla (= Sicils of Sicily) and CHARIBdis, and the latter, in Bruttium, traced without doubt to mythical Charops in and around the land of the Hebros river (Thrace). He owned Apollo's harp, and when he died, it floated along with his head down that river to Lesbos, the island of Lesbians, and the island of the Lapiths. The Trypillians were a matriarchal peoples, did you know?

I tend to identify Lapiths with Chalybes, and if true, the Excalibur is a symbol of Lapiths into Britain. The Chalybes came to Britain with the wave of Celts from the Khaldi, at Trabzon. Do you know of any matriarchal peoples at Trabzon that could furnish the Trypillians? Are you aware of any matriarchal peoples in Scandinavia?

Let's put it this way, that Hephaestus was ugly and rejected by his wife. The Amazons of Trabzon hated their husbands, as the mythology goes, and fended for themselves without them. They would go partner with males of the Gargarians only to have childbirth, but after that it was good-bye, until next time. This was not true, of course, but it symbolized the independence of the Amazonian woman. The point is, the Gorgons had an ugly symbol, and proud of it, and Gargarians must have been Gorgons. The ugly symbol may have prompted the independent-woman theme in the creative writers of the times. The other point is that Hephaestus must have been a Gorgon, but then he was a metal maker, as were the Chalybes and Khaldi.

I'm not saying that all Bretons got to be ugly as a result, but am saying that Gorgons got to Britain, which may explain why the Crusaders had the help of the king of Georgia in their invasion of Jerusalem? There were two kinds of Crusaders, the Norman kings of England, and the Flemings of Flanders. What possible connection could they have had with one another, and with way-off David IV of Georgia? Why was the Templar flag of Jerusalem a version of the Georgian flag to this day? The Normans can be traced to the Moldova theater (Transylvania, that is), and I have already done so for years, but the question is, were Flemings from the Trypillians? I am beginning to realize that this is so. The Trypillians, says Wikipedia, burned their houses down deliberately, on a regular basis, but no one supposedly knows why. Maybe they strapped their husbands inside and lit the match. The Flemings look like they are named after flames.

I was able to identify Charops with the Carpae / Carpi (real peoples) whom I saw stamped on a map as the "Arpii" smack in the Prut-river theater. Therefore, Scythians of the Prut river were in Bruttium as the Charybdis entity, a monster, ugly and dangerous. When Charops got his head cut off, it was the same symbol used for the Medusa Gorgon, and she was so ugly her looks killed. Like I said, the creative writers of the times...nothing better to do but write myths with clever codes for certain themes in real life, often exaggerated but true at the core.

The Gargarians and Trypillians were in Sicily too, weren't they? Ask the Trapani area of western Sicily. Were Trypillians at Scylla too? I say, yes. The Amazons of Trabzon had a warrior goddess with a wolf symbol, which was the symbol of Scylla. The Scylla area is called, Messina, a term like "Amazon" for a reason. This was the reason for "FreeMASON." Heraldry, like mythology, is a code- and symbol-studded tracking system for bloodlines / people groups.

Mr. Sheetz has caused me to understand that proto-Scots were likewise from the Moldova theater. This revelation comes three weeks after I was at a wedding (end of June) where the bride's parents were from Moldova (they were born there). Amazing.

It was probably less than two years ago when I traced "Dol" of Brittany to a Doly location of the Ukraine not far north of Moldova. The Trypillians proper were in the Ukraine too. Thus, the namers / founders of Brittany (included the Welsh) are expected for this reason, too, to trace to the ancient Prut...which flows northward from the sea toward Doly, flowing beside the CARPathians. The namers of the Carpathians were, in the mind of a creative writer with nothing better to do but scare people, became the Charybdis monster, didn't they? Did the namers of the Carpathians drink human blood? Yes, they did. Ask Arpad.

Recently, I found the Cotesii in Moldova, whom I traced to the Cottians. It amazed me to discover that the surname of Julius Caesar's mother (Aurelia Cotta) was after the Cottians, but she was also of an Aurelius family that I ended up tracing to the Rutherford "orle." Thus, Cotesii liners (suspect as the namers of Soducena at Gogarene) are expected to be close to the Shutz > Scott bloodline. Do you see anything in particular in that statement that could support my "lunatic claim" that Joseph Caiaphas was from the seed of Julius Caesar?

Rutherfords use a white goose standing on the Rockefeller rock. Why is it a white bird?

There is a good chance that the Alan surname of Dol was from the Roxolani (= Ros-Alans) the latter developed into the Pollock-related Roquefeuils>Rockefellers. The Cotesii lived next to the Roxolani Alans shown on the map below, and this tends to corroborate my old trace of "ROXburgh" (i.e. where Rutherfords and Scotts lived) to the Roxolani.

The Cotesii are on the map below. On the map above, the Carpi on the west side of the Prut are the "Arpii" on the east side of the Prut (the "Porata") of the map below (see "Harpis" south of the Arpii). The Arpii were the Ugrian line of mythical Charops, from Ugarit and Arpad/ARADos in Syria. It's been my impression that "Ugar" is a version of "Gugar," the Assyrian name of Gogarene. Mythical Charops was made related to a mythical Oeagrus, you see, obvious symbol of the Ugrians known to furnish the Arpad Hungarians. There are two places called, Arad, off the Hungarian border in Transylvania, though one of them became, Oradea.

It had been my impression that "Slav" was a term from "TranSYLVania," and that Slavs named Salop on the Welsh border. It was also named SHROPshire, the derivation of which eluded me for many years. But compare it with "Charops." There are Templar entities that trace to the Arad / Oradea theater, one of them being the Normans of More, but then there was/is a More location on Shropshire too. Ask: why did the Dol Alans and Pollocks move to Shropshire when the Normans conquered England? The CARPenters can be traced easily to the Belli surname, and then Bellamys were first found in Shropshire too? This all gets Trypillian-important if I have been correct in gleaning an Alan-Trypillian merger as long ago as about 70 AD, when the Alans of Ferrara merged with lines of Israel's priesthood. Thus sayeth this lunatic, but for reasons.

The Bellamys were traced (by me) to mythical Bellerophon, who must have been a Gorgon entity because he borrowed Pegasus, the white horse born from the head of Medusa. Bellerophon with Pegasus was in a war against the Cimmerians of Lycia, and these were the same that named Kamiros on Rhodes i.e. they are expected in Wales, beside Shropshire. I might venture to suggest that Bellamys were not Normans to begin with, but were something in regards to Bellerophon lines to Wales, and that's why it's important that Bellamys merged with Ferte-Mace, for the Masseys/Maceys of that place use a pegasus in their Crest. That's how I know that Bellamys trace to the Bel entity that named Bellerophon in the mind of a creative writer.

I traced Bellamy to a Bellovesus character in Gaul who had a brother, SEGOvesus, whom I traced to "Sicyon" (because Bellerophon was from Sisyphus of Sicyon).

What does all this have to do with the Shutz/Schutz bloodline to Scotland? We need to ask the Alans, Pollocks, and Meschins of Shropshire, who moved to Scotland. If the Shutz's were from the Moldova theater, as were the Carpi suspect at the naming of Shropshire, and if the Shutz's were ancient Trypillians in a merger with the Alans of Ferrara, as I have insisted in the past while using the Skits and Scheds instead of the Schutz's, shouldn't we expect the Schutz' bloodline in Shropshire too? Or close to it?

You see, there are Scythians in general, and then there are Soducena Scythians. The latter were in the Skits and Scheds, and I say that they had a branch in proto-Scotland before the Alans moved to Scotland. I say the Skits / Scheds named Scotland (albeit Scotland went securely into the hands of the Hungarian Arpads as of Malcolm III), and I say the Skits / Scheds lived in Stirling as a branch of Seatons, themselves a branch from Soducena. The Scottish Chappes' were first found in Sterling, and while I traced the Skits to Guido Guerra III, the Guido's come up as "Guis" while GUIScards were likewise first found in Sterling. The Sterling surname (in Schutz colors) not only shares a Moor head with French Chappes', but shares a "forward" motto term with Seatons, and besides this the Seatons were Flemings i.e. now suspect as Trypillians. In fact, the Sterling motto is related to Drummonds (first found in Perthshire, beside Sterling) whom I trace to "Thermodon," the home of the Trabzon Amazons. Flemings are from Flanders in BELgium, named after a Bellovaci peoples possibly from Bellovesus, and then the Schuts/Schoet/Shoot surname is of Belgium, and shares a black upright lion with the Arms of Flanders.

As Soducena was beside Gogarene, by what coincidence are the Gangs from a Geg surname (blue Shield, Gogi color) while both the Drummonds and Sterlings use a "Gang" motto term??? The Scottish flag is white on blue, as Gogi as one can get. It is named after Andrew.

There is more. Drummonds (fathered by Andrew I of Hungary) had a STRATHclyde branch, and "ostrich" to the Greeks is "struthios," wherefore Drummonds can link to Trabys by that method. German Drummonds are in the colors of the Scottish flag, and as they were Amazon liners, they did hook up with Gargarians, didn't they? Whatever you do, don't stick your head in the sand.

You are learning something today because I am learning it, thanks to a reader who has pressed me to look at the Schutz entity. Ideas are rolling around my lunatic brain, and thank God that they are making sense. The Alans-removed-to-Scotland were asked by the son of Malcolm III to be the number two office in the land, next only to the king. Why the Alans??? It must have been "who you know," not "what you know." A couple of years prior to the ascension of Malcolm III, Siward of Northumberland partially defeated Macbeth, Malcolm's enemy too. As Siward is honored in the Sword surname, see that the Shute's/Shoots use the Sword swords in the same colors. It is these Shute's who use a "guerre" motto term for Guido Guerra, and thus these are suspect with the Skits / Scheds.

Why do you think that these Shute's are in the colors of the Fortune talbot dog? Are not the Scott surnames both of the Talbots?

When the Alans of Shropshire moved to Scotland, they settled GLASgow, a little conspicuous where the Trypillians had an hourglass symbol. The Houstons of Glasgow, who share a Stewart Coat, even use an hourglass in their Crest, while the Jewish Glass surname has an hourglass shape between two wings. What's going on?

But where were the other Schutz liners in England, in relation to Shropshire? Ask DERBYshire, to the near-east of Shropshire. Only Staffordshire sits between them, and the Stubbings, kin of the Stubbs of Staffordshire, use roundels in the colors of the same of Treeby's, first found in the same place (Devon) as English Stewarts. Why did Alans, after they ascended the Scottish throne as Stewarts, came down to Devon?

The Stubbs are using a version of the Sterling Coat. They use a gold bend on black that can be construed as half the gold Schutz saltire on a black Shield. This is important if it was correct to peg the Staff Coat from the Quints, and the Quints from Quintus Caepio...whose descendant had an affair with Julius Caesar that later gave birth to Joseph Caiaphas, says this lunatic. The CAPONE's, important because Caesar had an affair with Servilia CAEPONis, are in Schutz colors, and were first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as Julians (fire in the crest, belongs to the DuGLASS surname too). The Caesar surname was first found in the same place (Kent) as one Scott surname.

Italian Capone's (lion in the colors of the Belgian Schuts lion) were first found in the same place (Naples) as Italian Pagans, and the Stubbs, Stubbings and Staffs were traced to "Stobi," a city of the Paeoni, where I trace the Payens/Pagans/Paions that married the line of Caiaphas. These are amazing coincidences if there is nothing to my lunatic claims.

The Sword description is, "three swords erect silver hilt and pommel gold," and then the Hilts (listed with Hyatts) use what could be the Schuts lion.

The English Scute's/Scutts (Lancashire, not far north of Derbyshire) are one of the surnames using a crane that can trace to "Ukraine." This is additional evidence that the Schutz line is of the Trypillians. Look at those little shields in the Scute Chief. They're escutcheons!

To the Welsh, the Excalibur sword was "Caliburnus," wherefore I traced the symbol to mount Alburnus in Lucania (in the arch of Italy's boot; Bruttium can be seen at the bottom in green). To the immediate north of Alburnus there are the Picentini mountains (known to be named after the Piceni peoples), perhaps named after the Peucini of the Prut theater. I tend to trace "Pagan" to Piceni liners, though I don't understand how the development may have taken place.

The Peucini are stamped at the mouth of the Prut on this map. On the other side of the map is shown an "Alburnus Major" location smack beside an "AMPELum" location smacking of the CAMPbells, known to be the mother stock of the MacArthurs (king Arthur was a symbol for this clan). The Apulum and Apulensis locations (off the Mures river) beside Ampelum suggest the Apollo cult, and there is an ARTUtela location south of Apulum. Therefore, the two Alburnus locations jibe with a king-Arthur possibility.

I don't want to get into it here, but suffice it to say that Campbells were traced to Iamblichus of a sun-god cult in Syria that was in Arethusa for a time, for which reason I linked it to Aretas of Edom, the founding family of Herod "the great." That is, I traced king Arthur to Aretas, especially due to a Herod surname being first found in the same place (Argyllshire) as MacArthurs and Campbells.

The Camps, in Campbell colors, share a gold-on-black chevron with the Capone's. I traced Campbells (years before coming to the Caepionis topic) to "Campania," and perhaps also to "ABELLinum" (in Campania), both near Naples i.e. where Capone's were first found. Coincidences never stop happening. German Suters are in Camp / Shutz colors.

I traced the dog symbol of Apollo to the Dagestani, and therefore to the Daci. The ancient Stewart dog symbol likely refers to a Daci line because the Daci are smack beside the Roxolani and Carpi. As you can see on the map, Ampelum (just off the Mures river) is in Dacia. This is important where "Apollo" named Arthur's mythical Avalon (= Rothesay/Bute, off-shore of where the MacArthurs and Campbells), from "Avellino" (same as Abellinum above), were the Hirpini (= "dog people") lived who smack of "Arpii." This was the proto-Roman wolf. But proto-Romans also included a Silva entity, which I traced to "TranSYLVania," a good trace because Mars, who married the Roman wolf line, traces well to the Maros/Mures river of Transylvania.

Transylvania is smack at Apulensis. I've not been familiar with the Arms of Transylvania, but I can see that the Alan Coat is likely a version of it. Transylvania uses red castles as well as the Roman eagle (because Romans named Romania, what was Transylvania at one time). The Apuseni mountains of Transylvania look like the Peuceni may have named them.

The proto-Romans traced to the Japodes (= Jupiter) at/beside Rijeka/Reka, the Arms of which uses the two-headed Roman eagle. I reckoned that Reka named Roxburgh while the Reka eagle passed on to the Maxwell Coat (Maxwells lived where Rutherfords lived), and furthermore, the Pollock saltire traces to the same-colored cross in the Arms of Pula, the latter location being where the Pollock-associates Alans of Dol trace without doubt. As Pula is at the southern end of Istria while Reka is at Istria's northern end, one can glean that Pula and Apulensis are related entities. This Istria must be the Ishtar entity honored by Rothschilds, who trace without doubt to Avalon = Rothesay, as well as to Peter Pollock at Rothes castle, Moray. I am convinced that this Roman-Istria line to Rothschilds is the end-time Babylon the Great, the commercial empire to be destroyed after a few years of partnership with the anti-Christ.

Although I am repeating many things from over the years, the new items include this talk on an Arthurian trace to Apulensis, the whole of which may represent the Western Gog entity in Iraq. It was many years ago when I felt the compulsion to identify the Apollo cult of "Hyperboreans" as the Biblical Gog, at a time before identifying Apollo as the Dacians and Carpi together. I traced the earliest Arthurian cult (not including its Irish beginnings) to the Baden/Battin surname, first found in the same place (Somerset) as the Bath surname that I say was foundational to the Syrian and Iraqi Baathists.

The Arthurian cult traces to many places, even to Arda on the Maritsa river, suggesting that while Thracians from that river named the Maros/Mures, the Artutela location of Transylvania traces to "Arda." The Petty kin of the Alans of Dol actually traced to both Pula and to a Paeti peoples on the Maritsa (otherwise known as the Hebros). See the second update of this past February for the Paeti discussion. The Julius-Caesar link to the Cottians starts in the first update of February.

The Excalibur sword involved Lancelot, code for Lancashire/Lancaster, where the Orell, Scute, Bend/Bent and BANester surnames were first found. As Lancalot's father was made, Ban or Bant, the Banat area of Transylvania looks interesting. The Banes surname ("arte" motto term) uses a wolf. It's the Clapton wolf due to an Arthur family of Clapton (Somerset). But there is a BANTia location off the BRADANus river in Lucania, and so the namers of Britain may not only trace to the Prut/Puretus, but to "Bradanus" (see map of Lucania.) There is even a SYLVium location not far from the Bradanus. In fact, another thing only just realized is that the Siris location shown not far from the mouth of the Bradanus smacks of "Siret," the modern name of the other main river of Moldova, and very near the Prut! In myth, Siris is the dog star.

The Arms of Transylvania shares a white-on-blue crescent with the Banes Coat above. But the sun symbol in the Arms likely addresses the sun in the "Jewish" Cohen/Kagan Coat, for I trace Cohens to the Morut-named Khazars on the Mures. It is very likely that the Cohen/Kagan Coat is using the Moray stars. Moray is essentially where the royal term, Scot, derives.

To help prove that Orells are trace-able to Aurelia Cottius, we first trace the Cottius family to the Cotesii of Transylvania theater. Secondly, we note that the Bend/Bent surname (it no doubt named the heraldic "bend") uses roundels (a symbol that created the Arthurian Round Table), a symbol used by Irish Arthurs, but the Orrel roundels are red, the color of the Bend roundels, and, besides, both the orle-using Rutherfords (not to mention the Rodhams) and the Bends use "nec" motto terms. The so-called "Round-Table Illuminati" is usually connected to a Rhodes family.

The Italian Aurelius Coat may be using the Moray / Kagan stars, and we might want to ask why Spanish Corals use a spread black-on-gold eagle, a symbol co-owned by the line of Julius Caesar. Then, entering "Corell" gets an Italian surname that may reveal the lumping of "Carl / Charles" (i.e. the Carolingian royals) in with the Aurelius bloodline. This recalls my trace of the Pendragon > Arthur cult to proto-Carolingians at Carlysle (English-Scot border). It's therefore notable that the Carlysle surname uses almost the same cross design as the MacArthurs, while the latter use crowns in the colors and French Martel crowns; see also the crown design for Spanish Capets, important because the Capetian royals followed the Carolingians on the French throne, while Charles Martel founded the Carolingians. Ask why the Martels are using a white-on-blue crescent (along with their crown), the colors of the Transylvania / Banes crescent? I don't like going into grey areas, and this is one of them.

I have been inclined to trace Carols / Charles' to Carians (on-shore of Rhodes), but that's where the sleeping moon of the KERNs and Roets (= Carians and Rhodians) may come in, for the mythical sleeping and moon symbols together were at Latmus, a Carian area beside Miletus (see mythical Endymion), where the Scots traced themselves. With this in mind, ask why there is a "sleeping lion" in the Round Coat (enter "Round" in search box here to verify). Why do both the Irish Arthurs and Table's use blue roundels (called "hurts" in honor of the Hurt branch of Arthurs) if not for the Freemasons using myth code ("round table" in this case) for their kin? The Round name could ultimately be from "Rhodes", but in any case they appear to be using the Pendragon Shield.

Endymion requested that he could sleep forever so that he could win the love of Selene, the moon goddess at Latmus, and she was suspect as representing a people / geography something akin to "Selene." A Salinae location smack beside Alburnus Major could apply. The Excalibur was associated with a Lady of the Lake, and if she is depicted always as a lady of the night time, I would make a connection to Salinae.

I traced Arthurs to "Arddu" in Wales, likely named after the local Ordovices, and Wikipedia says that the latter were named after the hammer. Moreover, as I traced ORDOvices to mythical Orthos (two-headed dog of Gorgon-suspect Geryon), the Ordovices might just trace to the namers of Artutela, at the source of the "ORDessus / ARDiseus" river. In fact, I recall tracing Orthos to an Ordu location on the southern shore of the Black sea, smack where we find the Manes > Cotys > Attis bloodline that I say included the Cotesii, and then the Ordovices were near a Menai straight at Mona. I had Geryon at Erethlyn, right at Menai and Mona, and ventured a trace of "Mona" to "HasMONean." What about MONmouth? Some say that there was an As / Asi / Assi peoples named after "Azov," the alternative name of lake Maeotis, and so if Sadducees are from the Sittaceni of Maeotis, might HASmoneans be partly from "Azov"?

If Monmouths and Seatons trace to Moldova, and I think they do, doesn't it seem meaningful beside the HAZARD" motto term of Seatons? Was there a Has entity at some place where there was also an Ard term? Yes, there was. I had read writers saying that the Asi were Cimmerians, and so were the Welsh. It is known that Cimmerians lived at the Crimea, right beside Azov, and then there was a CREMona location that can be viewed also as CreMONA. Cremona is beside Placentia, which uses a small white square in its Arms as well as a blue wolf, and the square could be an escutcheon linkable to Scute's.

It makes sense that HASmoneans should be from Azov. An Azali term caught my eye just as I was writing a couple of paragraphs above. It reminded me of the Hazels (first found beside Wales), who are a branch of Heslingtons (leaves). When asking myself how "Azali" could be related to Maccabees, I recalled that I traced them to a Macca / Massa merger with the Boii of Bologna, and so by what coincidence is "Azali" right beside the Boii? The Hazel leaves (called "slips," code for Maxwell-related Islips) are used by the French House/Hause surname, and this was suspect as a line of Essenes. I had even trace "QUMRan" (home of Essenes) to "Gomer," the supposed founder of Cimmerians. Were Essenes named after the namers of "Azov," for example the Hayasa-Azzi...who lived at ARDAhan theater??? Why do Hays use three escutcheons?

The English House surname (colors reversed to Heslingtons and in the colors of MacAbee's) is also "Howes", and then Heslington Hall is called "Siward's Howe." More code work, I assume.

Howe Hayasa-interesting is it that the Hilts are listed with Hyatts? This has great potential to trace the Azzi to Siward, does it not? This paragraph is a first for me, and I like it. It feels right. I am becoming sure that Hasmoneans were from the Hayasa-Azzi.

Heslingtons were first found in the same place (Sussex) as Saddocks and Rise's. The "ears of rye" used by Saddocks is clearly code for the Rye surname (first found in the same place as Saddocks and Heslingtons). The Rye surname happens to be "Rise" as well, and then Rize has been the name of a location near Soducena and Ardahan, and it's in the land of the proto-Celt Khaldi, who are usually lumped in with the Chalybes i.e. the line to Excalibur. Is that sword in the Sword Coat?

The Rye/Rise Coat looks to be using a version of the Rodham/Rodan and Rother/Randolph Coats, important because they are both a branch of Rutherfords...who use a white goose (for the Goz surname?) that may have been a swan (until the family decided to use it for honoring a goose-like family).

The Arthurian entity likely pre-dated the naming of the Arda river off the Hebros, and it was itself likely named after Urartu, probably the Biblical Ararat in Armenia. The Manes > Cotys entity was identified as Mannae in Armenia, but going to the Maeonians on the Maeander...flowing into Caria. ARDAhan is in Armenia. With this in mind, as though "Coat of Arms" is code for the Cotys ARMenians, the heraldic shield can be widely the symbol of the Shutz bloodline from Soducena (also in Armenia). Virtually everything the heraldry lovers do is play-on-word code. I've read that Armenians founded Phrygia, and the Maeonian begins to flow there.

I expect Maccabee elements to connect with S(c)hutz elements because Mr. Sheetz has helped me to see that "Shutz" could be a term from "SODUCena." If correct to trace the surname to "Soducena," then I was wrong to trace it to "Scythian."

I've been identifying Soducena elements as the Saddock/Sedwick, Chadwick and Chadwick surnames, all three of which seem to be using white footless martlets in place of the swans that at least one may have once used, BUT THE POINT IS -- ZOWIE -- THEY ALL USE escutcheonS!!! That now tends to prove solidly that the Shutz / Sheetz bloodline was part of the Saddock-et-al family of surnames. See the Chads too, using the Skit and Sched "potent" cross. It's an undeniable link between Scutz liners and Saddock liners, which can now be deemed a Shute and Siward link to Saddock liners.

As "Siward" can be a Savary / Savard term, note the Savaria location to the south of the Azali. In this regard, I just want to say that the namers of lake Sevan could have become Savars and similar terms. Safers use (five) eagles in the colors of the Swords, and in the colors of the Piast eagle, important because Siward was from (or connected to) the Piast dynasty. In the past, I've suggested Sepharvites for these terms, a line into Sparta...where there was a swan line.

Anyway, the Saddock description calls it "a silver shield within a shield and eight birds." If the central shield were made larger, the whole could be called a single shield with a "border," as the Scott surname calls it, important because I think the Bird/Burd surname (red footless martlets (French Alan symbol) is part of the Border bloodline. It just so happens that the other English Bird surname uses a shield in its Crest!! That clinches the Shutz/Schutz link to Birds and Borders. Could the "double tressure border" of Seatons apply?

It was not until now that I saw again the motto of the Swords: "Paratus"!!!!!! That's code for the Prut / Poratis river!!!! Haha, that is incredible. The "masters" know where their "sacred" lines come from.

It is very interesting where the Rutherfords use a black footless martlet in their so-called CHIEF, the symbol of the French Joseph surname that I identify with the Masonic line from Joseph Caiaphas. If the heraldic Shield is code for the Soducena line to Sadducees, consider how "Chief," the upper one third of the Shield, smacks of "Caiaphas." Then, "heraldry" can be code for Herods because the Herod surname is listed with Haralds. English Joseph's use a Chief too, and they use garbs in the Chief, which I see as code for Gareb (beside Jerusalem), and then I traced "Gareb" to "JEREVan" many years before realizing right here what you are reading. It just so happens that Soducena is smack at Jerevan. Everyone in the world needs to read this one paragraph, and get it. Certain Masons in charge of heraldic codes revel in being from Christ killers.

Not more than about a year ago, the French Joseph's showed a SWAN, until I mentioned it and started to link it to Soducena -- at lake SEVAN -- as evidence that the Joseph surname was in fact that from Caiaphas, a Sadducee. Moreover, Sadducees are suspect in the Cotesii who developed into the Cottius surname that Julius Caesar married, and the Cotesii are just like "Coat," the alternative name for a heraldic Shield. It stands to reason that the official names of various parts of the Shield should also trace to lines of the Christ killers.

The Coats look like a branch of Keiths/Keaths, whom I identify as a branch of Seatons.

The Birds just happen to use the same red cross as the Carlysle's, and that's important where I claim that the city of Carlyle was named by the proto-Carolingians...that belonged to mythical Pendragon, which I see as being named after the Pennines mountain range above Carlyle. That is, I've viewed the Arthurian cult as the Merovingians of Britain that furnished the Carolingians. I was even able to prove that the Pepinid Merovingians were directly from queen Bebba of the Bernicians, who lived at Berwickshire, where Arthurs were first found. THE POINT HERE IS that while Birds use "martlets," the symbol of Charles MARTEL (half Merovingian), the Birds also use the red Carlysle cross. And the Carlysle Crest is said to be a "pen" code for Pendragon liners, apparently.

Now, consider that Siward of Northumberland was from the Bernicians, for there is a Sewer surname listed with the Shuters (i.e. very close to "Shutz"), and the Sewers/Shuters too use an escutcheon surrounded by eight symbols in the configuration of the eight martlets of Saddocks-et-al! The Skit Coat can be viewed as using another escutcheon, and it, too, has eight symbols around the border of the Shield. That tends to clinch a Shutz / Sheetz link to the Saddocks-et-al, and when the red cross of the Chaddocks is considered, it tends to identify with the red Bird / Carlysle cross. The Sewer surname promises to be a line of Siward merged with the Scutz bloodline because the Shute use the Sword = Siward sword.

The Sewer/Shuter Crest is the same seated-leopard design as used by the Rhodes', collar included, important because the Collar surname and the Caiaphas-related Chappes' both use Moor heads, as the Sword Coat appears to use as well. But the Sword description just calls it a "man's head," which could be code for the Mens surname honored by the mottoes of both the Pepins and Poppins. As the Poppin Coat looks like a version of the Keath Coat, and because the Keaths are a branch of Seatons/SITtens, that "manSIT" term looks like code for Seatons.

[After writing this, I found (to be shown later below), the Sit-like location of Seatons in Moldova, and it was right beside a Bas-like location to which a Bas-like surname traced that use a symbol of the Shutz's, and moreover this led to tracing the Bessins and Bistons to that place, and so, while you are here, compare the Bessin and Biston Coats to the Poppys/Poplys/Popelys, noting that Poppins were from Popham, "a village south of BASingstoke" (Hampshire). "Popely" smacks of mythical Popiel of the Piast Mouse Tower, which is where I traced Pepins. Basings, who share the black spread eagle with Popelys, were first found in the same place (Kent) as English Scotts. End insert]

Note that German Rhodes' use red roundels (shared by Orells and Bends/Bents) that are called, torteaux, for there was a scythian peoples called, Toreatae/Toretai, that were fellows with a Sittaceni peoples, to the near-north of Soducena. In Wikipedia's Toreatae article, it lumps them in also with a TARPetes peoples, smacking of the Tarpley-and-similar variations of the Table surname. As "table" strikes one as "Tubal," it could be that the Table/Tarpley surname was a Tubal line merged with Tarpetes elements. In this picture, we may have a Tubal-Rosh merger in the "Round Table" code.

It often happened that the letter "C" could modify to a "Ch" and then to 'Sh' and finally to a 'Th / T,' or vice versa, so that "Tarpetes" could be the makings of the Carpi namers of the CARPATHians. The Tarpetes may have been from "Trabzon," for Herodotus said that the Amazons of the Trabzon area migrated north to become the Sarmatians (kin of Alan Huns) at lake Maeotis, which is where the Sittaceni, Tarpetes, and Toreatae lived, according to their Wikipedia articles. I thought that Trypillians were named after Trabzon too, and it just so happens that Trypillians and the Carpi / Arpii both lived in Moldova!

That's evidence (a first for me) that the Carpi were in fact a peoples from Trabzon, likely the ArTEMIS Amazons (from THERMIScyra near Trabzon) that were made a twin sister of Apollo...explaining why Apollo had a harp symbol in honor of the Arpii. Artemis had a throne made of wolf fur when her cult was on the northern shores of the Black sea.

But what if the Carpi came first, and developed later into Tarpetes??? That would identify Trypillians as a peoples from Arpad/Arados, and moreover "Carp" is like "Garb / Gareb." This could identify Trabzon as a Garebite entity so that, essentially, Soducena / Sittaceni elements are expected at Trabzon. But caution: this sort of conjecture from changing letters in terms is unending if one doesn't use restraint. There needs to be good evidence to justify the use.

Trypillians had a goddess depicted in the shape of an hourglass. Wikipedia removed an image of a goddess with a clear view of the hourglass shape, from one of its Trypillian articles, but not before I saw and reported it. It was simply two triangles of the same size, one overtop of the other to form the shape of a woman in a dress, and it was exactly like the hourglass shape in the Skit/Skeoch and Sched Coats, both of which use more red crosses. Perhaps the shapely woman in the Klassen Coat is play on the Trypillian hourglass goddess just because the heraldic masters got caught up in their hourglass term. Even the Glass surname uses a shapely woman with a mirror in her hand.

As another group listed with the Tarpetes and Toreatae is the Arrechi, note that the Arthur surname has an ARCHibure variation. The Aras river (south side of Soducena), also called the ARAK, may apply. I have been identifying mythical Ares and his son, Eros, as the proto-Rus or Hros from the Aras river and on to the Maritsa river. Note that Scottish Archie's/Archibalds (another white-on-blue crescent) were first found in Roxburghshire. The Sword write-up speaks on a John Swerde aboard a ship, "Archibald," and the Sword Coat could be a version of the Arch Coat.

The Archibald Coat could be a version of the Biggar Coat (Crest shares a pelican with the Arthur Crest), that being a surname that I've trace to "Bihar" of Transylvania, which may explain why Archie's could be using the Moray stars in colors reversed. Bihar and Arad were very important to the Illuminati.

There are more red roundels in the Swedish Sten/Stone Coat. I looked "Sten" up after seeing the "obSTANtia" motto term of Arthurs, which can be code for an assortment of surnames from Standish to Stand/Stan/Stayn to Sten/Stein. The latter uses the eight-pointed star again, which may have to do with its use by RothSTEINs/Rothschilds. Actually, I looked up Stens after seeing the Caput Stenarum location (said to be a fort) beside Apulum. The Standish Coat uses the same design as the Scott Coat with Catherine wheels, and while this design is called a "border," I called it, for years, a shield-on-shield. I stopped calling it that when finding that heraldic descriptions called it a "border," though I think that's code for the Border bloodline. It's only this week that I've discovered that Scotts are part of the escutcheon entity, wherefore the Scott Coat must be using a white escutcheon on a red Shield. The Standish surname uses the same.

The Catherine wheel traced to Piast the Wheelwright, a Polish ruling family important to heraldry, the one that furnished the Pollocks. Poles may have been from "Apulum" (not very far from Poland). Then, the Stoners, who I looked up as per "STENARum," use a Shield divided into six sections just like the Wheelwright Coat (Franconian rake?). The Stoners, moreover, use a spread eagle, which was the Piast symbol too, and Wheelwrights were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Stans/Stands. There is a Stenner surname listed with the Stone's using a spread eagle in the gold color of the Stoner eagle.

Therefore, if the Arthur motto applies, the motto can be construed as honoring the Mieszko side of the Arthurs, and the pelican used by Arthurs has always been viewed (by me) as a symbol of Poles in Britain. The Pullens use a pelican, and perhaps it's code for the Pulciphers/Pulsiphers/Polesdons. The Pollocks are also "Polk." Note the "imPELLE" motto term of Arthurs. It can be part-code for the Imps, who come up as "Amp," and that motto term thus smacks of AMPELum smack beside Apulum! This is a first for me, and it tends to trace Arthurs to nearby Arutela. That is one super argument for tracing the Caliburnus = Excalibur sword to Alburnus Maior smack at Ampelum. Thus, the Stenarum location likewise seems to apply to the Arthurs. What a lucky stroke that was.

The "Vive" motto term of Stenners/Stone's should be for the Vivian/Vey bloodline (Cornwall, same as Stenners/Stone's and Pendragons, not to mention mythical Gorlois) to which I've always connected Arthurs. The Vivian/Vey Coat uses a version of the Fife Coat, and then a five symbol is used by Arthurs and MacArthurs, suggesting the Five/Fify surname. Therefore, it really does appear that the Stenners and Stoners trace to Caput Stenarum. The Stoners may be in Campbell and Camp colors for this reason, though they are also in the colors of the Mieske/Mesech surname, that being, in my strong opinion, the Piast line to Mieszko I of Poland.

The Stans/Stands/Stayns are said to have married into a Yarborough family at Heslington Hall, a place that was related to Siward (or "Sigurd") of Northumberland...whom I traced to Sigrid, said by some to be a daughter of Mieszko I (compare the Seward Coat to the Sweet Coat, for Sigurd was also named, Swietoslawa). The GARland in the Stan/Stand Crest suggests that YARboroughs were a branch of Gars / Garlands. As "Steven" is said to mean, garland, and because Stevensons (first found in Northumberland i.e. where Siward ruled) are also STENson/Steinson, the Stan/Stayn surname looks to apply definitely to a Steven line, explaining why both surnames use a hand from a cloud holding a garland. One branch of Stevensons is obviously using the Rodham/Rodan Shield.

There was a cloud in a Crest seen earlier, and it was in the House/Howes Coat, thus clinching the Sten link to Siward's Heslington Hall. The House's/Howes' were first found in the same place (Berkshire) as the Sword-suspect Arch's.

Now that it's nearly justified to link the Stans/Stands to Siward, let's add that bird in the Sched Crest is called a falcon, same as the birds in the Steven Coat. The Steven Coat does not only use a white-on-blue chevron like the Stevensons and Sions/Swans do, but one Stevenson Crest is a gold garb, the English-Joseph symbol (as well as of Cheshire, where le Meschin ruled), important because the Steven chevron, a solid one called a "perchevron," is used by the Chappes' in the same colors. The Stevens are said to be traceable to "king Stephen, son of Stephen, count of Blois and Chartres"." I don't have an argument with that, but Stephen of Hungary may have been connected to the Stephens in this bloodline back to Blois. I'm very divided on the origins of the Steven(son) surnames.

Bellamys lived in Perche, smack beside Chartres, and then the PERCHevron appears as code for Perche elements. Chartres is near the Paris area where Chappes' were first found along with the Levi surname. The Bellamys merged with Maceys at Ferte-Mace, explaining why Maceys (Masci / Meschin branch) also use a white-on-blue chevron, the colors also of the chevron of the Goz's/Goss' (Richard Goz was grandfather to Ranulph le Meschin), suspect with the goose of Rutherfords. This chevron is in the colors of the Roque/Rock rocks, important where the Rutherford goose is on a "rock."

(I don't have the time this week to get all links to all surnames for you, but you can open your own separate browser(s) to view coats, and that way you can scroll back and forth as needed without leaving this page.

I have witnessed many times that the Sion/Swan Coat uses gauntlet gloves, the Macey symbol too, which makes sense where Maceys and Meschins were Meshech that once lived in the Soducena / Rize theater. As the Goz/Goss Coat looks like a version of one Stevenson Coat while the other Stevenson Coat is a version of the Rodan Coat, it seems that Stevens got hooked up with the Meshech-Rosh line to the dragon cult of Freemasonry, wherefore we could ask whether "Gog" developed into a Gos term. The goose of the Rutherfords is white, like a swan, you see, and Ezekiel tends to claim that Gog was ruled principally by the Meshech.

The gloves in the Sion/Swan Coat are now said to be falconer's gloves, suggesting most-of-all the Steven/Stenson and Sched falcon, and the Falcon surname is part of the Conte surname (the one using white-on-blue crescents) that was of the Contevilles who married Richard Goz. That works. If was asked to remove the gauntlet gloves due to my mentioning the secret therein, the falconers gloves have just helped me, for the first time that I recall, to make a Sched link to Sion...which is just as important as making a Macey link to Sion (the Macey mace is evidence of a trace to Maccabees, said to be named after the hammer, the peoples who put forth the Pharisees and Sadducees.

Here is the Yarborough Coat, looking like a version of the Steven / Stevenson / Sion/Swan Coat, and using what looks like the Duke/Dook garlands / wreaths. The Sion surname comes up as "Sine," and the Yarboroughs use a "sine" motto term. The Yarborough Crest is described as "A FALCON preying on a cock-pheasant." This tends to prove that the Stans/Stands were a Steven line to Yarboroughs.

The Yarborough write-up traces to a Gereburg surname of 1086, but ignore the definition offered for that term. You can ignore many heraldic derivations given at houseofnames, aside from many deliberate secret clues planted within them just for the love of toying with us. We are so amused. Multiple heraldry sites use the same write-ups.

I'll now come back to Stenarum to mention that it was near the mouth of a river where the Sensii are stamped, whom I think are the namers of Sion in that they are stamped beside the Cotesii. But on the map below, the Stenarum location is stamped with the Burridensi ("ensi" is a suffix) peoples smacking of the Birds/Burds (Cheshire).

To help prove that Burd-related Carlysle was fundamental to the Arthurian cult, the map below has a Burridava location smack beside Arutela, which is the Artutela above. This tends to prove that Arthurians were fundamental at Carlysle. But what could it mean that Arthurians were from the Burridensi? Were these the mythical Hyperboreans known to have worshipped Apollo and Artemis?

Let's go back to the Gar-suspect Yarboroughs that the Stans/Stands married at Heslington Hall, for the Borders happen to use the swords of the Swords in the same colors (the Sword surname is revealed in its write-up to be named after Siward of Heslington Hall). How excellent for proving that Stans-et-al trace to Stenarum, where the Border-like Burridensi lived!!! I just happened upon this discovery now. It was badly needed because a trace to Stenarum was merely speculative at first.

Note how the Steins/Steyns (probably using the Rhodes / Sewer leopard) are using what appears to be a version of one Stevenson Coat, but as this Stevenson Coat is a version of the Rodan Coat (both Rodans and Stevensons were first found in Northumberland), look to the north side of the Burridensi to see the RHATacensi, for I've claimed that Rodans trace to Rutland and adjacent Leicester. The Leicesters happen to use a swan. The Rutland surname uses what looks like a double escutcheon theme, one being a hollow one like the Rutherford "orle." In fact, I've just checked to find that Rutlands use "an orle of gold."

Let me mention the Radziwills, who were part of the Astikas married by Trabys. Could this trace Trypillians to the Rhatacensi? Is the Rat/Raid Coat using a colors-reversed version of the Scutz Coat, as well as the House anchor? Both the Hilts (Sword kin) and the Rats/Raids use "spera," and it's the Hilts that use the same Coat as the Belgian Schuts'. The motto term is likely for the Speers, first found in the same place (Renfrewshire) as Orrs, important because Rats/Raids also use "meliORA" in their motto. This argues for the gold Shutz saltire being that of Pollocks, first found in Renfrewshire. Therefore, while the Shutz' are suspect as Trypillians for myriads of reasons, they just traced not-badly to Renfrew, location of GLASgow.

The "praemia" motto term of Rutlands suggest mythical Trojan king, Priam, father of Paris, which may be important where the Sensii are stamped on what was the NaPARIS river. It just so happens that "Perimus" is a motto term of the Caens/Canns, who share the fretty lattice of the Cotts!!! It's a most excellent clue for tracing Rutlands to the Cotesii (beside the Sensii), and the Caens/Canns even share gold-on-red leopards with the Steins. Caens/Canns are suspect from pharaoh Khyan, important because I trace HYKsos to the naming of HECuba, Priam's wife and mother of Paris and HECtor. Near the mouth of the Naparis, and near the Prut, is a Troesmis location, smacking of "Tros," the alternative name of Troy.

Wikipedia once suggested, and convinced me, that the Hyksos, named "Heka Khasewet" in Egypt, were of the Hayasa-Azzi. With all the clues under my belt now, I can sense that the Hayasa-Azzi had merged with Soducena liners. The Hilts (in Hill colors) listed with a Hayasa-like surname use "indented" as part of their Chief description, and the Dents (in Hilt / Pendragon colors) are said to be from Yorkshire, location of HESlington Hall (i.e. suspect with the namers of "Azzi"), and more-particularly from SEDburgh, that being a term that I tend to trace to Sadducee lines. The Dent write-up traces Dents near to Carlysle.

The Hilts/Hyatts suggest a look at the Heights/Hyte's (in Hilt/Hyatt colors), first found in Derbyshire, not far from Dents. The cross style used is not a common one, but is used by Chaddocks, first found in Lancashire, also near Carlysle. The Dents are said to have been in Cumbria (a Cimmerian entity where Azzi are expected), and that's the location of Appleby. In consideration that Chaddocks, Saddocks/SEDwicks and Chadwicks all use footless martlets, by what coincidence do Apple's (like "Apollo / Apulum) and Applebys show only footless martlets??? If you add that all up, it could suggest Hayasa-Azzi lines between the Hilts and Chaddocks, expected from an ancient Hayasa merger with Soducena lines.

I now fully expect the Azzi, likely namers of Asia, to have been of the Soducena people in explaining the formation of Sadducees-proper from Hasmoneans. This is a good premise for further discovery on Maccabee origins, but I have been claiming for years already that Sadducees were from Hyksos (a Hebrew peoples but not Israelitish). It wasn't just a lunatic mind that suggested it; there were reasons.

South of Artutela / Arutela on the map below, we find a TROJana location (between Burridava and the Arutelii).


The Hector surname was first found in Angus, and so let's also mention that the map showing Stenarum has an Angusta location to its near east. The sun in the Hector Coat can now be traced tentatively to the sun in the Arms of Transylvania.

By the way, Naparis is in Moesia (Mysian area) while Parium/Parion, a real city (of the Gorgons) that I say was represented by "Priam" and "Paris," was in Mysia. Hectors share the blue lion -- that I say is owned by the Caiaphas bloodline -- with the Gars. The blue lion must trace to Cuppae, shown on the map to the southwest of Stenarum. It just so happens that Cuppae is on the Pek river while Peks share the white-on-red "patee" cross with Scheds/Sheds. The evidence thus builds ever-greater for a Sched / Shutz trace to Sadducees, especially if I'm correct in identifying "Pek" with the Payen/Pagan family that, as Hugh de Payens, married Elizabeth Chappes.

To this, it must be added that the Hyksos had a pharaoh APACHNas that I say formed the Pagan/Payen surname. If Apachnas element named the Pek, therein you can see heraldic evidence that his line traced to Soducena-suspect Scheds in Moesia. To this, I can add that the Le Mose location in Placentia (beside CreMONA) should apply where the Mose surname uses a blue patee cross centrally, as well as small rectangles (billets) that can be of the small square used in the Arms of Placentia. The Mose patee is blue, the colors of the Placentia wolf. Placentia is where the Ananes Gauls lived whom I traced to Annandale very near Carlysle (Annans share a red cross with Carlysle's). Much later, I decided that Annas / Ananias of Israel, father-in-law of Caiaphas, traced not only to Annandale, but to "Angus."

Therefore, I am entertaining a trace of Annas' ancestry to Angusta, also called Augusta. The Augusts are even in the colors of the Annan(dale)s, and the Rome's/Rooms, who were first found in the same place as Annandale, are using the same Shield, apparently, as Augusts. The Rome/Room motto traces easily to Pagans. Coincidence after coincidence, this lunatic is proving to be a correct lunatic.

I had traced the Payens with Paion variation to the Paioni/Paeoni peoples of Moesia, and they had a major city of Stobi that was traced to the Stubbs and Stubbings of STAFford, yet the Stave variation of Stevens could apply. The Stevens had just traced with Sten liners to the Angusta theater.

The Scottish Pagans/Paganells (three bends, the Hector and Guerra symbol too) even share blue fleur-de-lys with the Stevensons/Stave's (note that the Lys surname was first found in the same place, Paris, as the Chappes' and Levi's). This creates an apparent contradiction as to where the Stevens trace, either to Stobi or to Stenarum, or both. Perhaps the Sten line simply merged with a Stobi line that developed a Steven/Steen surname as play on both lines.

As English Pagans were first found in Yorkshire, linkage to the Stan-Heslington-Sched elements is suspect. It just so happens that Scheds were first found in Yorkshire too, the location of Heslington Hall / Siward's Howe, which can explain why escutcheon-using Sewers are listed with Shuters/Suters (i.e. the latter are a branch of Scheds).

English Pagans (in Payen colors) use their fleur-de-lys in colors reversed from the Scottish Pagans, and, like Rodans and Rutherfords, use the "nec" motto term. That easily explains why these Pagans use the same escutcheon style as the Scotts, which tends to trace the Shutz bloodline to the Pek and to Cuppae, very important, obviously. Scottish Pagans use yet another escutcheon. I trace the Italian Pagans/PAGANETTI's (first found in Naples) to the "PICENTI" mountains south of Naples. It's possible that the Peucini named the Pek and the Pagans, or were at least from the same Apachnas peoples.

The Shutz clue from Mr. Sheetz has proven invaluable for explaining the Templar movement through Hugh de Payens. Another grand master of the Templars, Jacques de Molay, had a personal Coat of Arms (see his Wikipedia article) using the patee cross in the colors of the same of Scheds, and a single bend in colors reversed from the Scottish Scott bend. The first Templars with Hugh de Payen numbered nine, the number of the mythical Muses. Muses are known to have been in Parium/Parion, probably because "Muse" was a mythical term for Mysians. Thus, Templars were Mysian Gorgons merged with the line from Caiaphas, itself from scythians in Gorgon-suspect Greece. The Sadducees have been suspect from the Boiotian Greeks because Sadducees had a house of Boet(h)us, and besides this smacks of the Boii who I say partly named the MaccaBaeus family.

The German BOET/Bute/Butt Coat even shares the Rome/Room / August fesse! The Boet Chief may be using the Caesar roses, therefore. The inhabitants of Bute were called BOTHwells ("boy" in Crest), and I feel sure that this line goes back to "Boethus" for a great host of reasons.

The Setta valley was inhabited by the Panico's (related to the Pinks and Reno's because the Setta valley is a Reno tributary) who bring up the Panetta Coat. The Panico's are suspect as Payen liners because the Panetta/Panico Chief shares a so-called "label" with Scottish Pagans while the fleur-de-lys in the Panetta/Panico Chief are in the colors of the same of English Pagans. Thus, if the Setta valley was inhabited by the Skits and Scheds, which was my claim many months ago, by what coincidence are the Scheds now linking in new ways to the Pagan bloodline?

? The fact that Panico's have a Chief at all is important for links to Caiaphas, in my opinion, though Pagans do not show a Chief. If true that the Chief indicates a Caiaphas line, when do we suppose it would be used? Is it merely optional?

The Panico family in the Setta was suspect with Guido Guerra because the Guerra's and Pagans share three blue-and-gold bends (= diagonal bars), which happen to be the colors of the Scott bend (but keep the triple-bend Hectors in mind too). I had traced Gar liners to the Guerra's (and Guerrin of Provence), and they in turn to Guido Guerra III, and I then linked this line to the Skits because Guido's likewise use the hourglass (in Skit-hourglass colors). The red-on-gold upright lion in the Guerrin/Garin Chief can therefore link to the same of Spanish Pagans.

Let's now go back to the Steven-related and Sion-suspect Yarborough Coat, where the write-up traces to a "Gereburg" surname. It's interesting that "Gere" is listed with the Eure's/Ivors (uses the Vere / Massey/Macey Shield and the patee cross) that share the Shield-and-bend of Hanans. I've read that Annas / Ananias (a chief priest of Israel whose daughter Caiaphas married), was "Hanan" to the Jews. The so-called Vere star is in the Annas Coat. Coincidences? I think not, for I have been tracing Vere's and Vairs to Fers/Ferrats (see also the Warren checks) while Guido Guerra III married a daughter of a MontFERRAT ruler (William V, if I recall correctly).

The Scheds use a Shield split vertically in the two colors of the vertically-split Arms of Sion, but because that Swiss city is also called, Sitten, I saw links between it and the Skit - Sched line. It makes a lot of sense to trace Sadducees to the naming of Sion, and, forgive me those of you whom have read this many times, but the Sion surname is listed with the Swan surname...suggesting a trace of Soducena elements, such as the SITTaceni, to the naming of Sitten. The Scheds are also "Shed," if that helps to make the link. "Sched" may be a Germanicized modification rather than evidence of a trace to "Scythian." But then what was "Scythian/Scuthian" without the 'c'? Scythians are almost-always traced to Iran as their origin, but Susa (Iran border) was something like "Shusha". Hmm.

It should be said that the heraldic symbol is NOT called an hourglass, yet I see it secretly as such due to links to the Trypillian goddess. I traced the goddess to that of the Varni because the Trips lived beside / amongst the Varni, and I also thought that the Varni were the makings of Veres / Warrens / Warners and the like, terms like "Guerra / Guerrin." Vere's even share a green dragon with the Seatons/Sittens, and this is the symbol also of the Guerra's. It got very interesting because Guido's (first found in Bologna) could be traced to the Setta valley at Bologna, which term connects feasibly to the Sitten version of Sion, wherefore let me remind you that the Scheds use the "potent" cross of the Skits as well as a Shield split vertically in the colors of the same in the Arms of Sitten/Sion. That is no small-potatoes evidence. To my amazement, months after claiming that Sadducees proper from Israel were in the Setta valley with Skit liners, I learned that the other river flowing to Bologna, besides the Setta, was the Savena, a term smacking of lake Sevan! Incredible, but I think the implications are true.

I reasoned that Pharisees and Sadducees fled the Romans in relation to 70 AD, and settled Ferrara and the Setta valley, in the area roughly that they had come from. The Boii had conquered Bologna at the time that Hasmoneans appeared in Israel (before 200 BC), and so the proto-Maccabees may thus have been Boii in the Setta. I reasoned that the Romans, stationed at Cremona and Placentia at that time after a defeat from the Hannibal army, sent some Boii general(s) to Israel to fight the Roman enemy, the Seleucids, and he got married to the Hasmoneans at Modi'in (Israel), a term like "Modena" near Bologna. Even lunatics can put two and two together to get the five Maccabee brothers.

It can be gleaned that the Guerrin/Garin Coat is that of the Payens/Pagans. Then, the Guerrin write-up traces to "Gree and Landelle in Brittany," while the Scottish Pagan Coat seems a version of this French Cree/Crest/Cray Coat, both of them using three bends in the colors of (or colors reversed from) the three Guerra bends! That clinches a trace of the Yarboroughs to Guido Guerra!!!

Those exclamation marks are due to my trace (about a year ago) of Guido-Guerra lines to the founding of the Scots proper (the people, not just the surname). It was not a trace that I expected anyone to believe. Some time later, I realized and wrote that the line of Guido Guerra went to Siward, and here we are finding the Yarboroughs to be a line from Guido Guerra at Heslington Hall = Siward's Howe! Heraldry is that powerful / enlightening when one knows how to read it.

"Gree" is almost like "Gere," and then the Gereburg > Yarborough line was in Yorkshire, where Scottish Pagans were first found. [Walkers trace to Transylvania, and so it's important that Scottish Walkers use the pierced Payen stars while likewise being first found in Yorkshire. Just wait and see how Walkers and Walsh's trace to a certain place beside Moldova with Seaton liners. German Walkers could be using the split colors of Scheds in colors reversed. Note that both Scheds and Walkers use the red rose, and that while Scheds use the falcon, German Walkers use a crescent in the colors of the Falcon crescent This is a first for me in interpreting the German Walkers, always a difficulty until now]. Therefore, the French Cree/Crest surname can be assumed to be the Gree line, and we might want to know whether this surname is responsible for the naming of the heraldic Crest.

The Grey/Groy surname (first found in the Northumberland, i.e. Siward's domain) may certainly apply; it should be honored in the greyhound, used, for example, by the Shutz/Schuett Crest. The Greys/Groys even use another escutcheon! It's raining shields. It's colors reversed from the Scott escutcheon. There is even another green garland, held once again by a hand, in the Scottish Cree/Cray Coat; it's the symbol of the Stans who married Yarboroughs, thus clinching a Yarborough trace to the Cree's, and suggesting strongly that Gree is related to "Gereburg." The "reWARD" motto term of Scottish Cree's should be for the Wards using the Warren Shield, thus suggesting linkage once again to Guerrin/Garin liners. Seatons use "forWARD."

I was surprised to find the Angusta location beside Stenarum, and at the mouth area of the Naparis, the river of the Sensii. Angusta was also beside the Sadducee-suspect Cotesii, and Annas was a Sadducee. The reason for linking "Annas" to "Angus" is that both surnames use the white-on-red star. Angus' were first found in Fife, while the Fife Chief is red like the Angus Chief, and then both Angus' and Fife's use a red lion. Did we not see the Stenners using a "Vive" motto term for the Vivian > Fife > Five/Fify bloodline? That tends to trace Angus very hard to Stenarum so that a trace to Angusta is purely expected. The power of heraldry. It reveals astonishing things on the bloodline of the Christ killers. Just think about the very existence of such an elaborate system.

There is more that can be gleaned on this Fife topic, for the Fife and Five lion (both red-on-gold) is apparently used in the Spanish Pagan Coat, which is itself using a bend in the colors of the Fes/Fay bend, which tends to explain why Vivians are also "Vey." Thus, one can speculate on a Fife trace to the proto-Caiaphas line on the Pek river, but also to some associations with Angusta, and it just so happens that heraldry revealed to me a Fife / Five trace to "L'VIV" in the Ukraine, not exceptionally far from Angusta and still within the Trypillian zone.

At first, I had not been able to determine whether the descendants of Rollo Sinclair (chief Templars / Crusaders) had married the Caiaphas line, versus whether it had been from it prior to Rollo. But I traced his father, RAGNvald of More, to the naming of Reghin on the upper Mures river...which I now note is very close Angusta. Big hmmmm, for Rollo's were first found in Perthshire, near Angus.......Immediately after writing all the above, I went searching for an article on Angusta, and came to a Bela character of the Hungarians, and it is said on the page that he married a daughter of a "count of Angusta, by whom he had four sons, GEYsa, Laudislaus, Stephen and Almus..." In this picture, "Geysa" could be the reason for the Fey bloodline, but, be that a longshot as it may, the point can be otherwise, that the Khazars on the Mures are known co-founders of Hungarians, and these had traced to Moray in my books, and yet it's known that Hungarians in the lot of king Andrew I settled Aberdeenshire, smack next to Angus! The Leslie's are at times traced to a Laudislaus term in Hungary.

I'm getting it now, that when Hungarians came to Scotland with queen Margaret, the Angusta entity could have tagged along. There was one Henry Sinclair in that group who became Margaret's cup bearer. Or, the Angusta entity was in the Hungarian blood when they arrived. Margaret's mother was AGATHA, and Angusta was also "AUGUSta."

It is very possible that caesar Augustus was the one responsible for placing the family of Annas in a position to become the high priest. But the nearness of Angusta to the Sensii and Cotesii suggests that Annas' family was from that place. Perhaps this picture tracks the Ananes Gauls to the naming of Augustus. Again, the Annan Coat is in August colors, and the Rome's/Rooms of the Annandale area use the August fesse. The possibility / implication is that Annas was a fellow Ananes liner with Augustus. The August fesse is even in the colors of the Angus lion, and Romans loved lion symbols. The Angus Chief could be the August fesse. For those of you who know how the Strange's worked into the Sadducee picture in the Ferrara - Setta area, see that the Angus lion is in the position of, and colors reversed to, the Strange lion. Look for "Guido" in the Strange write-up.

George, patriarch of Scottish Drummonds, and son of king Andrew I, was in Scotland by 1055, the year after Seward defeated Macbeth. The Bassets use a version of a Drummond Coat, and Bissets were first found in Ross-shire, beside Moray. The Ross clan (namers of Ross-shire) is said to be from a mysterious Andrew. The Ross Crest shares that green garland that has traced to Transylvania with the Stans/Stands, and moreover there was a BASTarnae peoples in Moldova. For me, this was the Bast cult of Egypt that came with the related Uat/Buto all-seeing-eye cult, which, after naming BudaPEST, wormed its way into the PIAST dynasty (at WITkowo), and went to the Wattys and Vatts, and Rodham-related Watkins too, as well as to the Badens/Battins who were first found in the same place as the Sweets.

But let's go back to the GEYsa name of a grandson of a ruler of Angusta. This was the first name of four listed, and perhaps we could expect his line in Scotland. If we find any Angusta lines in Scotland, as evidenced by heraldry, we need to ask why. My answer would be that the family of Annas, after 70 AD, migrated to Augusta, their old homeland (and perhaps had it re-named to Angusta). The Sinclairs and Gays share a rooster, which can thus trace Gays to "Geysa," while tracing Sinclairs all-the-better to the upper Mures. Henry Sinclair, therefore, could have been related by blood or marriage to the rulers of Angusta. Margaret's mother is already suspect from that place, and David, Margaret's son, built a Haly Rod / Holy Rood House for her. Is that code for a Red entity? Is it the red of the Annan, August and Angus surnames? Both the Margy/Mackie and Margeson/Mackesy Coats use lions in the position of the Angus lion.

Note that the Mackesy/Margeson Crest lion is black with a gold collar, matching the Scutz greyhound in those regards, and that the Mackesy/Margeson Coat is in the colors of the Scutz Coat. Any line to royal Scotland could be expected to include Margaret's symbols (Malcolms use the flag of Scotland in colors reversed, as well as stags, symbol of Hungarians). The Mackie/Margy arrow should be a symbol of the Khazars but definitely belonging to the Rothschild arrow (Mackie's/Margys and Rothes share the raven). As I identified the Jonathans with Jonathan Maccabee, by what coincidence do Jonathans use a rooster too, in what can be construed as colors reversed to the Sinclair Gay rooster? By what further coincidence does MACKesy and MACKie reflect "Maccabee"? And Mackie's/Margys were first found in Ayrshire, which overlooks the ocean waters to Arran, where MacAbee's were first found.

The BARDs use the green Leslie griffin head, and Leslie's are known to be founded by a BARTHolomew, who was said to be a protector of sorts of Agatha, but it may be that he was more like a son. The Bards share a gold boar with the Gere/Eure/Ivor Crest, and the latter's Shield-and-bend is that of Annas-related Hanans. It's the Annas' that share the stars of the Angus Chief. Coincidences? Was Bartholomew from Angusta elements, even as Agatha is now suspect (for the first time ever in by books). It can be added that while Leslie's share a blue bend with Scotts, German BARTs use yet another escutcheon. Are Scutz's tracing to Angusta liners? Are Scutz's a line from Annas the Sadducee? Do all Leslie's trace to Angusta? That's what it looks like. Shivers.

Angusta is beside the land of the Burridensii, according to one map, and so it now matters more than ever that the Birds/Burds share footless martlets with French Josephs. PLUS, ZOWIE, did I miss this the last time that I was showing these maps? I recall suggesting that the Agarus river could trace to the Hagar(d)s (see 2nd and 3rd updates of this past February), first found in Perthshire (where Rollo's/Rollocks were first found), and it just so happens that Perthshire is near Angus while Angusta is shown off the Agarus river!!! Did I miss that Angusta trace to Angus then, or is my memory failing me? I don't have "Angusta" coming up anywhere in my files. But then the other two maps show it as "Augusta." Angusta looks like it's on a COGaeonus tributary of the Agarus, which reminds of my suggestion that the Biblical Hagar may have been after "Gugar." Hagars and Leslie's are both in Gogi blue and white.

Let's go to the Gogue surname (in Sion/Swan colors) to see a swan in Gogi colors, as well as the rare cross types used by Chaddocks. Then see the boars (Bard symbol), in Gogi colors, in the Googe/Gooch Coat, noting that the motto reflects that of Pollocks, for Geysa is said by most to be a son of the Mieszko line rather than that of Angusta. I smell a cover-up, for Pollocks are now suspect in using the Scutz saltire (loosely speaking, not necessarily directly related). Googe's/Gooch's were first found in the same place (Roxburghshire) as Scotts, and for that matter, it suggests that the Roxolani on the map were in cahoots with the Gogi expected on the Cogaeonus river. (The physical geography in these maps is not accurate, in case you haven't realized. The maps are of old times.)

It should be added that Guido's come up as Guis," and that the Scutz-related Rutherfords (Roxburghshire) use a "goose." As evidence that it was once a swan, the Gyse/Guys Crest uses a swan. The Rutherfords must have changed it from a swan to reflect their kinship with the Guis / Guys / Gay bloodline from Geyse of Angusta.

Aha! German Geis'/Gise's/Guysers (in Wassa/Gace colors) were first found in the same place (Rhineland) as Scutz's, and they share the Sched patee in the same colors. They use the patee on a hand, a typical symbol of Ireland (it's known that Scots were Irish in their ancestry).

Hagar(d)s use the Zionist star in the colors of the Moray star, which for me traces them to the Mures theater. The source of the Mures is less than 100 miles from the Agarus (modern Siret). The Innus' (share a black boar with Rollo's) -- a known branch of Angus', and first found in MORven, are no doubt the same as Innis', first found in MORay -- use Zionist stars in colors reversed from the same of Hagars. That's another reason to link the Agarus-river clans to those of Angusta, and to identify Angusta with the part of Scotland north of the Firth of Forth (includes Angus, Fife, Aberdeen, Perthshire, Sterling, Moray, Ross-shire and MAR). The green snake of the Innis Crest has been traced (by me) to ANGitia, a snake goddess of the Marsi (Abruzzo), important where they trace to the Maros/Mures river (shown as the Marisus on the map). Arthurians had one Hector de Maris character that must apply, and he was made father to Cai/Kay, now smacking of the Geysa line. In fact, the Kay/Cai surname shares the two BENDlets of the Innis-suspect Ince (Lancelot suspects) and Inch Coats! It appears that the Ince's are using the Shield of Orrels (honored by Rutherfords) Shield.

Repeat from years ago: ABERDEEN smacks of KABARDINO, the Caucasian home of Kabars, beside the Khazars. When I say that Khazars on the Mures were co-founders of Hungarians, they were in fact Kabars that some regard as Khazars. It is known that the first Hungarians consisted of seven Magyar tribes and three Kabar tribes.

The blue Rollo boar can be gleaned as a colors-reversed version of the Gogue/Gooch boar just because Rollo's were first found in the same place as Hagars. Thus, Rollo's can trace to the Cogaeonus tributary of the Agarus, where we find Angusta stamped. The Cogaeonus happens to be very near the sources of the Mures river. The Zionist star of Hagars can be explained if Annas was from Angusta elements.

Here's the Annan(dale) surname, in the colors of the Rome/Room Coat, first found in Dumfries, where ANNANdale is located, not far from Carlysle. Add it up. The Rome's even use a red-on-white lion of the design (and colors) used by Angus'. The Rome's are the ones using a motto code for the Pungs, who bring up the Panico-related Pagans. Add it up.

The Pinks, first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Pungs/Pagans, use another escutcheon, white on blue like the Sewer/Shuter escutcheon, and the Pink Coat too uses eight symbols around the border. It happens to use eight "fitchee" crosses, the symbol around the Sewer/Shuter Coat too. In other words, the Pink and Sewer/Shuter Coats are identical, except that Pinks throw in a string of red "lozenges." Plus, Sewers/Shuters were first found in Angus! They are traced to an Angus Souter of 1264. Is this tracing the Scutz bloodline to Angusta once again? Is Scotland secretly from Angusta? Looks like. The royal Scottish lion is red, like the Angus lion, albeit it's in the two colors of the Fife lion. [It will become important later that the Mound lion is in these colors, for Mounds will trace to Wallachia, otherwise known as MUNTenia, the location of Stenarum, Artutela, Ampelum, Angusta, ect.]

The Kays/Cai's are using the white griffin head of the Dobermans (Leslie's use it in green), that being a line from Dobrawa, one wife of Mieszko I. But this could be an error if Geysa was not from the Mieszkos. To explain the problem, let's go back to Bela, said to have married a daughter of count of Angusta (the spelling in the article is with the 'n', not "Augusta"), with whom he who had four sons, including Geysa and Laudislaus. Then let's go to the Hungarian king Bela (ruled after king Stephen), the brother of Andrew I, the family honored secretly by "Andrew's Cross = the Scottish flag. King Bela had sons, Geza and Ladislaus, though Stephen and Almus are not mentioned in his Wikipedia article. I therefore assume that this king Bela is the one who married the daughter of the count of Angusta. Someone seems to know this, but Wikipedia and others may be leaving it out due to pressure from historian circles.

We see at Wikipedia Bela's daughter, Helena, important because the article (History of Hungary) I quoted from has Bela marrying an Helena, daughter of the count of Angusta. Either he was wrong in guessing that the count had a daughter by that name, or he was bang on and historians are wrong for assuming Helena's mother to be from a daughter of Mieszko II.

In any case, it could be that Dobrawa was from Angusta liners, and that the white Doberman griffin is an Angusta symbol. The Dobers use it in gold. Dobermans must be using the Jewish Pollock bend, and moreover see that Scottish Andrews are using what should be the Pollock saltire (the latter use it green on gold as well as gold on green).

It could be that Andrew I mated with princess Margaret (before she married Malcolm to become the Scottish queen), and that she had at least one child with him. If Margaret's mother was from Angusta, ditto for that child. There is a good chance that "Haly Rod" speaks to such a son. German Roders (Rhineland) could be using the Piast eagle. I know for a fact that the Rods are using the Rockefeller trefoils as per a Roquefeuil marriage to Henri IV of Rodes / Rodez, and French Roders are also "Rodez."

While Margaret's final two sons, David and Alexander, are said to be sons of Malcolm, note AlexANDER, for it reflects Anders = Andrew. I'm not saying that David and/or Alexander were necessarily sons of Andrew, but that she had Andrew on the brain. As a child, she was in Andrew's company in Kiev prior to his becoming a king (in 1046). I have been tracing the Keeps to "Kiev" [to be clinched in a new way later in this update], and so note the "kepe" motto term of Kays/Cai's, for the latter are suspect from Angusta.

Was Geysa a son or nephew of Agatha? Place a capital 'A' on one and compare the two terms. Was Agatha a sister of Helena of Angusta? Is Scotland proper from the lions of Annas? Why does Wikipedia say that the mother of Pontius Pilate was a Pict from Perthshire? Heraldry backs that idea up, tracing the Pilote "pheon" to the Celt/Cult surname, first found in Perthshire, and the stag design used by Celts/Cults can be seen midway down the Rollo-surname page as the special Crest of Rollo's. The Celt/Cult motto must connect to the Wallachia-suspect Walsh motto.

The counts name (see article below) is not reliably legible to me, perhaps "Vrm," for that is the term on the Google search page from which the article is arrived to. If this name carries the idea of "worm" = snake, the Angitia snake goddess may trace all-the-better to Angusta. I had traced Vere's to Worms from many years ago, and here it is working excellently because Annas' and Angus' use the Vere star!!! Worms is known to be the bloodline root of the Capetians!!!

Here is the German Worms Coat (green dragon) that may be using the Scott, or even Leslie, bend. I have been absolutely sure (for years, not now for convenience) that the Drakes, Vere kin, trace to Abruzzo, home of Angitia. The dukes of Masovia (Poland), which included Mieszko I, used a red-on-white wyvern dragon, the color of the Drake wyvern.

But the Wikipedia article has king Bela marrying a daughter of Mieszko II of Poland. Wikipedia gives Mieszko's daughter (Richeza) as Helena's mother. She (Richeza) married a king of Croatia, a place to which I traced proto-Mieszko's. Hmm, lookie: the Gorms/Blue's happen to use roosters, which may connect to the Gay rooster, in case Gays are from "Geza/Geysa." And the Gorm/Blue roosters are blue-on-gold, the color of English Gays. It's suddenly looking very good for a Vrm trace to Worms, Germany, out of which came the Robertians, the founders of the Capetian dynasty, which should explain the "captat" motto term of Drakes.

Sigrid, the daughter of Mieszko I (the first-known Piast), has a name that traced by me to the namers of mythical Sugaar, a snake god with a Mari as wife, suggesting the Marsi and their Angitia cult.

ZOWIE!!!! After noting that the black eagle in the Gorm/Blue Crest could be a version of the white Piast eagle, I loaded the Belgian Gays, with a GAYZAn variation much like "Geysa," and found them using a black talon of an eagle, the August symbol too!!!!! Astounding. Geysa was the son of Vrm, count of Angusta, but history doesn't want us to know, apparently.

The lion style in the English Gay Crest is the one used by the Oxford surname for quite some time until it was changed. These Gays were first found in Oxfordshire, which was ruled by Vere's for hundreds of years. These Gays are said to be from Gaye le Manche, and Manche is the location of Ver(e), home of the Vere's. The Masseys/Maceys, suspect with "Masovia," are also said to be from Manche. Some entity in Masovia is suspect from the Angusta line. The Arms of Warsaw (Masovia capital) uses the green snake woman, Melusine, though she was also given a fish tail as an alternative to her snake tail.

The Drakenberg Vere's (see Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg) trace their beloved Melusine to the Pict transition to Scots, and to Avalon. The Melusine mermaid is used by the Prestwick surname (Kerrick colors), which links to the Kerricks ("Paratus" motto term!) because their Carrick kin were first found in Ayrshire, location of Prestwick, and because Kerricks are said to be from a PRESTbury location. Kerricks use one Presley/Priestly symbol (Kerricks call it a CalTROP, possible Trypillian code), and Presleys use the two symbols of the Abreu/Abruzzo Coat. In a nutshell, that's evidence that Angitia of Abruzzo evolved into the Melusine snake woman. Melusine's mother, Pressina, smacks of "pristina," the motto term of the Popely-suspect Poppins. (MARY Poppins looks like sonic code!!!) That tends to trace Melusine to mythical Popiel of the Mieszko Mouse Tower. "Pressina" can be gleaned as linking to "Presley."

It appears that some of Bela's children were not from Mieszko II, but from Angusta' count. This can explain why Sigrid of Mieszko married a Dane ruler, Forkbeard, grandson of GORM. Gorm's son, BLUEtooth, they say, can trace to the idea of gorm = blue, but "Worms" and "Vrm" seems more likely now. Gorm may have been mythical, i.e. codework.

I felt strongly that Jonathan Maccabee was represented in the rooster-using Jonathan Coat. Jonathan Maccabee had made a pact with Alexander Balas, a Seleucid king, and then Alexanders were first found in Kintyre, an island beside Arran, where MacAbee's were first found. Months later, no guff, I found that the rooster-using Gorms/Blue's were first found in Arran. I had lamented that the Jonathan rooster design was changed shortly after I mentioned it for the first time in a trace to Maccabees, only to find thereafter that they changed them to the design used by Worms/Blue's!! Good one, whoever you are. Keep on changing, because it gives me more clues as to what heraldry is all about.

Note that Blows/Bloors use goat heads in the colors of the Jonathan roosters. The Blows/Bloors are said to be from "Blore Heath", and then the first Jonathan rooster design that I saw was linked to the Crest of the Heths/Heaths (Jonathan colors), and moreover I independently traced the Mieszko > Siward line exactly to the Were river at Durham, where the Heths/Heaths were first found. I did not realize this Blore-Heath trace to Jonathans or Heaths until now. Why do the Mounds/Munds use a so-called "heath-cock"?

We might ask whether "Were" relates to "Vrm," and if so, Angusta elements were on the Were river. The Were's, contrary to claims of some, were found out by heraldic cues to be a Vere branch. I can now add that Vermans/Firmans were first found in Yorkshire, location of Heslington Hill. Recall the GERE term that the Yarboroughs of Heslington Hill traced to, as it suggests the Were's. Keep in mind that "HES" was suspect with the Has entity that partly named Hasmoneans, and that the Seaton/Sitten motto term, "HAZard," likely applies. "Seaton" (in Keath colors) is an obvious version of "Keath," because both were first found in Lothian (home of Henry Sinclair now suspect with Angusta), and while Keaths come up as "Keth," it smacks of the Heth variation of Heaths (Shropshire).

The red crosses behind the sun in the Verman Crest look like they are the red ones in the Were Coat, and moreover the Were bend is in the colors of the Heslington Coat...which is why Siward (also "Sigurd") traces the Were. This Siward is now highly suspect with Angitia / Sugaar elements of Angusta, explaining why he was trace-able (months ago) to Seagars/Sugars out of Vinkovci (Sava river). The "vincit" motto term of Keaths has been suspect with Vinkovci, which was called Cibalae in ancient times, and then the Sibals (using the Seagar moline cross in colors reversed) are from the Angus theater. To put it another way, the emperor (Valentinian I, about 400 AD) that was born in Cibalae is now suspect from the Augustus > Angusta line, which may explain why the Italian Valentin Coat (Vicenza, near Picinum for a reason) shares a white-on-red bend with Dobermans.

The Sibals had merged with Lundy's / Londons, and this brings to mind mythical Brutus, traced by Geoffrey of Monmouth to the founding of London, though I'm now tracing him to the Prut river (the Puratus), where the Kerrick motto term traces. Recall that the Monmouth Coat is a version of the Mold Coat so that Hasmoneans of Moldova are implied in both families, for queen Margaret, who is suspect with Angusta, had a daughter, queen Matilda of England, which name is alternatively "Maud," a variation of the Mold surname. Matilda/Maud, wife of William the Conqueror (father of King Henry I, husband of queen Matilda above), was from Robert II of France i.,e. from the Robertians known to be from Worms!!!

Another queen Margaret of Scotland was styled "Maid of Norway," and the Mauds/Molds are also "Maid." Ignore what historians say, and view it as codework when it fits so well.

I found that Sigrid = Swietoslawa was related closely to a Dane ruler called, Tosti, which should explain why the Tosti surname (Yorkshire again) shares a white-on red chevron with Sweets and Sewards. Moreover, there is a Toste/Toft surname using those same red crosses we saw above, as well as sharing a black-on-white bend with the Vermans. The latter even use red lions, the Angus and Fife / Five symbols.

It can be realized that the Sweet Coat is used also by Lamberts because Mieszko II was styled, Lambert. But this recalls the question of whether king Bela married a daughter of Mieszko Lambert, or a daughter of Vrm, or both. By what coincidence did we just see the Angus' and Annas' using the Vere star while the colors of that star is used also in the Sweet Coat? The double-white chevrons of the Sweets is used by French Lamberts, as well as Sewards.

There has been a question as to whether Swietoslawa was a daughter of Mieszko; some don't think so, and so perhaps she was a daughter of Vrm's family. Heraldry is making that a possibility. There is even a black eagle, the Gorm/Blue-Crest symbol, in the Sweet Crest.


There is a Rimna river that appears (on my atlas) to be a tributary of the Siret in the very area where this map has "Augusta" stamped. Between the Rimna and the Buzau river of the Cotesii, there is a Rimnacu-Sarat location (see Rhamidava on the map), and so let's entertain a trace of Italy's Rimini to this area. It is possible that Rimini was mythical Remus, twin brother of Romulus...which may explain why Romans, of all their conquered regions, decided to call the Rimna area, "Romania." That is, I think that Romans had partially originated in Rimna, land of the Dacian wolf peoples, where I expect the Marsi too that, in Roman myth, was the god, Mars, whose family is said to have married the wolf line of Romulus. As the myth goes, Romulus killed Remus and proceeded to form the Romans in Italy.

When Julius Caesar's father married a Cottian, is it because the Caesar surname, too, was from the Rimna / Buzau area? What special love did Julius have for Augustus: "Following the assassination of [August's] maternal great-uncle Julius Caesar in 44 BC, Caesar's will named Octavius [= Augustus] as his adopted son and heir. Together with Mark Antony and Marcus Lepidus, [Augustus] formed the Second Triumvirate to defeat the assassins of Caesar." I identified the Lepidus family as the one to mythical Melusine, and moreover I identified it as the Lapiths who included Ixion and his wife, Cloud (recall the clouds in the Crests of surnames that traced to this area).

The the near-north of the Cogaeonus river, the CAUCOensii are stamped. Then, the Chaucers and related Chalkers were first found in the same place, Kent, as the Caesar surname. Moreover, the Cantii founders of Kent (horse symbol, same as the "Saxon horse") trace logically to mythical Centaurs, fathered by Ixion and Cloud (her proper name was Nephele, the Nephilim cult). The so-called "tortoise" in the Chaucer Crest may be code for Toreatae liners because the swan in the Chalker Crest traces to the Sittaceni. Remember, Gogarene was at the same lake (Sevan) as Soducena, and so the swan line of Gog is expected at the Cogaeonus, smack beside the Chalker-suspect Caucoensii. Do you see how much fun this can be?

If you are not yet convinced that these surnames trace to the Cogaeonus theater, just see that the Chalker waves are a version of the same from Bassets (white unicorn) while the BASTarnicae are stamped smack down the land of the Caucoensii and through the Cogaeonus river. The "popula" motto term of Bassets can be linked to Pepins (and Popleys?) because they use a white horse head like the Basset unicorn head. As Pepin liners were from Bernicians, and while Arthurs were from Berwickshire, compare the Adres/Ards Coat to the Popleys. It shares a black Shield with the Artes/Artois surname, itself using the Coat and Crest colors of the Arras surname from Artois.

The BASTARnicae are stamped near the peaks of the Carpathians (blue line), but on the other side of the peaks we see a "Potaissa/Potoissa" location while the Bastar(d) surname (looks like a version of the French Pot surname) uses a "potior" motto term, as well as the erect Ares sword in Crest. The eagle head in the Pot Crest is almost that of the Caseys (chevron in the colors of the August and Boet fesse), and the latter show a cloud in Crest. I had resolved that the Caseys were proto-Khazars, but afterward gleaned a trace of "Khazar" back to the Caesar surname...which should explain why French Caseys (LEAVES) were first found in the same place as Chappes' and LEVI's.

There are bound to be coincidences in heraldry that seem like connections when they are not. It is not always easy to resolve them. French Caseys have a Caze variation, and are in Gaze/Wassa colors. Are they the same family? Hard to say. German Walkers can be construed as using a vertically-split Shield in the colors of the same of Chaucers. Are Walkers a branch of Chalkers / Chaucers? Hard to say. But when a certain trace is expected based on one thing, while heraldry backs it up in a pointed way, it's not likely coincidental. Walkers should trace to "Wallachia," and the area I'm dealing with here is in Wallachia. Here is a Wallachia map showing Muntenia as the main region:

The Mound/Munt Coat uses the format of the Walsh Coat, and it happens to include a chevron in the colors of the Casey chevron. It is very possible that the heath-cock in the Mound/Mund Crest was a pheasant, and later had it's name changed to reflect the family's linkage with Heaths/Heths. Wikipedia says that the pheasant was named after the Colchian city of Phasis, which was also Poti. It's the Bastar(d)s that use a Poti-like motto term. Plus, "Chalk" is a lot like "COLCHis."

Let's ask why the ancients located Augustus so near to the Siret, when the moderns locate Praetoria Augusta more than 100 miles west of the river, and clear across the other side of the Carpathians (to their west side). The old map above shows Augustus on the east side of the Carpathians. Surely, the ancients knew whether it was east or west of those mountains. Might there have been two places by the same name? Praetoria Augusta is shown on this other map. It is stamped much further from the Siret (the Hierasus on the map), on a river that flows west. Either no one knows for sure where Augusta was, or there were two Augusta locations. It's the Praetoria Augusta that's near the Reghin area of the Mures. The Angusta (with an 'n') is on this map, close to the Siret and on the east side of the Carpathians.

ANgusta is in the realm of the east side of the Carpathians, in the land under discussion with the Chaucers etc, which belonged to Bastarnicae. The Chaucers and Caesars were first found in the name place as Masons and other Numidian lines that I traced to king Massena. I thought that this line became the Maccabees proper, and there was a way to explain it via the Bologna theater, but I think Maccabees are to be differentiated from Hasmoneans. While the Maccabee element was sent to Israel by Romans (as goes my theory), the Hasmoneans may have gotten there beforehand by a different route. We are looking for a Has entity likely connected to namers of Azov, and probably the Hayasa-Azzi figure into it. Yet, I concluded that Hasmoneans were from Carthaginians of Hannibal's circle, probably the HASdrubal that was his brother. Ask how Hannibal got a brother by the name of Mago.

It felt correct because it came after feeling more secure in a Maccabee trace to king Massena, the later being an idea I was toying with for a couple of years previous. The Numidians came from a Zenata realm, and were linked to a Shawia people easily trace-able to Shaws. I traced "Zenata" to "Thanet," the island of Kent where Masons are said to have been first found. I then gleaned that the coin of Hasdrubal (where he wears a headband) at his Wikipedia article is secretly the white Moor head in the Scottish More/Moor/Muir Coat, and yet I tended to trace these More's to the Mures river too.

About the time of making the Hasdrubal link to Hasmoneans, I found a Geta name amongst the Numidians that furnished a Roman emperor (father of emperor Caracalla about 200 AD). There was a Numidian peoples by a Geta-like term, the getuli, and I struggled to know whether they and the Seatons were branches of one stock until I got the answer in the "yet" motto term of the Seatons, code for the Yate's using a gate for the Gate surname / bloodline. It is the Seatons who use a "HAZard" motto term, and Seatons are Sadducee suspects.

Back to the maps, and we find a Getarum term at the Prut river of Moldava, which I assume was the land of the Getae Thracians. The Getae seem to be long gone by the time of these maps, however. Where did they go? They say that Jutes co-founded Kent. Then, the Cott surname that is definitely from the mother of Julius Caesar comes up as "Gaut," which is the term that the Swedish Gusts (in AuGUST colors) are said to derive in, and though they are also traced to Geats / Goths, I would suggest the Cotesii instead.

See the Moden surname and tell what you see when comparing it to the Cott/Gaut Coat. Why were the Modens (in Kent colors) first found in the same place (Berkshire) as the Kent surname? Why was there a Candie / Candida family in Savoy, location of Modane? The Sinclairs had some relationship with those Candie's.

On the French side of the Cottian alps, there is a Modane location that I traced to "Modi'in," the location in Israel where Jonathan Maccabee lived with the rest of his Hasmonean family. Modane is on an Arc river that I trace to Joan of Arc, and she was a ruler of Blois, which term I identified with the Blue/Gorm surname (the Jonathan-Maccabee rooster design in blue). I therefore reasoned that Maccabee liners had been on the Arc river. Is Joan's Blois connection evidence that she was from count Vrm of Angusta?

The Getae Thracians, known to have furnished the Dacians, may have furnished the Seaton / Yates / Gates bloodline to the Numidians and adjacent Carthaginians, out of which came the Hasmoneans and Maccabees. To put it as loosely as possible, not wanting to be dogmatic, Hasmoneans should be sought in the ancestry of Hasdrubal, brother of HANNibal, and Annas' name should be sought in a Hannibal-like term from the same family. Again, the Numidian line of Shaws are said to be from "SITHech" while Annas' father was "Seth." Entering "Seth" gets the Shaw surname.

At about the time that the Maccabees appeared in history, Hannibal had won a battle on the Trebia river, smacking of Trypillians, flowing to Placentia, where Ananes Gauls lived. Why did Hannibal place so much effort to win this Trebia region? Was his ancestry from it to begin with? And was that family previously from the area (Angusta) that was named after Augustus in Moldava? What was Angusta called previously, we may wonder?

I realize that this is a tough slug. See the Gogi colors of the French Blois surname. The latter uses a patee cross in the colors of the same of the Swiss Sens surname, possibly from "Sensii." It helps to trace the Sensii to Sion.

More footless martlets in the Irish Gormley Coat, in the red color of the French Alans (English Alans are also "AlanSHAW").

Annas became the high priest of Israel in 6 AD, at the direction of a Quirinius character acting on behalf of Augustus. Annas was the first high-priest puppet of the Romans.

By 1 AD, Quirinius was appointed rector to Augustus' grandson Gaius Caesar, until the latter died from wounds suffered on campaign...Having been married to Claudia Appia [from a Cappia term?], about whom little is known, he divorced her and around 3 AD married Aemilia Lepida [Caepio's had married Lepidus' too], daughter of Marcus Aemilius Lepidus and sister of Manius Aemilius Lepidus...

After the banishment of the ethnarch Herod Archelaus in 6 AD, Iudaea (the conglomeration of Samaria, Judea and Idumea) came under direct Roman administration with Coponius as prefect; at the same time Quirinius was appointed Legate of Syria, with instructions to assess Iudea Province for taxation purposes...

And there you have the reason that Annas got to be the high priest, not because he was loyal to Israel.

"Coponius" smacks of "Caepionis," the surname of Julius Caesar's' mistress.

Now that we have evidence of an Ixion-Centaur trace to the Rimna area of Moldova, same general area as Angusta, we have a good handle of what was in that area: Lapiths. The Lepidus family married by Augustus could trace Augustus' Octavia family back to the Augusta theater. Unfortunately, it's hard to trace an Oct term that simply means "eight." Ixion's mate / wife, Nephele, enters mythology when Zeus tested Ixion with his own wife, Hera. If I recall correctly, Zeus offered Hera as a cloud (nebula = Nephele) to Ixion, where the myth writer was seemingly equating Ixion with an aspect of Hera, as if he was an alternative Zeus to her. This is why the HIERAsus river, where Angusta is situated roughly, can be important to disclose still further that Ixion elements were from Soducena / Jerevan / Gareb. I had identified Zeus with a Sittacene location down by Susa.

The question I have not been able to answer is whether "Ixion" is partly play on "Sion." There are good arguments for it. I equated Ixion with mythical IASion/Iasius, brother of Dardanus (father of Trojans), and the founder of the Kabeiri cult controlled by Hephaestus and Aphrodite, the latter later pegged as Nephele. I now find the IASi location of Moldova. To prove that Ixion was the same line as Iasion, Ixion lived in Thessaly, where Iason (Jason) and his father, Aeson, lived, terms smacking of the Assi peoples. The Ixion cult is thus suspect in stealing the golden fleece from Colchis.

I've suggested that heraldic lozenges (diamonds) are code for the Lazi of Caucasia, the golden-fleece bloodline, as I called it. Wikipedia said that the Lazi turned out to be the prominent people of Colchis after Jason defeated the king of Colchis, but this is mythology, get a grip. It doesn't belong in true history. But we can glean that the Lazi were important in the war as depicted by the myth. The Arms of Moldova uses diamonds, though I don't know whether they are lozenges officially. The Arms also shows an eight-pointed star, and the bull could be an old symbol of Zeus. There seems to be lozenge shapes in the eagle's wings too.

Moldova has a dragonic background: "According to a legend recounted by Moldavian chroniclers Dimitrie Cantemir and Grigore Ureche, the 'Moldova] river was named by prince Dragos after hunting an aurochs [bull]: after the chase, his exhausted hound Molda drowned in the river. The dog's name was given to the river and extended to the Principality." Apparently, Moldova was named by a peoples with a dog symbol. See the Dacian dragon later that apparently has a dog's head.

Moldova's capital, Chisinau/Kishinau, smacks of "Kissinger." I traced the Kish and related Cass surnames to Vilnius because, for one, they share balances with the Arms of Vilnius. Vilnius is where a Trypillian-suspect Traby family merged with Astikas. Just check out the balances in the Scottish Assi Coat'!!! That is excellent for tracing the Assi family to an Assi peoples suspect in Moldova, AND EVEN BETTER, the Assi Coat has changed since last I saw it. It now has two more symbols, one being in the Arms of Vilnius!!! It's a fasces, a Roman-dictator symbol, an axe-head at the end of a bundle of tied rods. The other Assi symbol is a sword in the design of the Sword sword, but it can belong most-directly to any one of many possibilities.

The Assi surname, said to be from an old Asi surname, was first found in SHETland, now suspect with the Shed variation of Scheds. The "CUSTodit" motto term of Lothians may connect with the Cast variation of the Cass'.

Aphrodite was traced to "Abruzzo" because its capital was APRUTium. It had not dawned on me until now that this term traces so well to the Prut. It suggests that "Purat(us)" is a term from "Aphrodite," and as such it traces to "Euphrates" = Babylon. The Revelation harlot. Although Aphrodite was married to Hephaestus, she loved Ares, and then to help prove that she was named after the Euphrates, the source of the Euphrates is smack at the source of the Aras. Ixion's Ares cult evolved into the Marsi, but not before naming Iasi, I now realize. Iasi is at the Prut. The Kabeiri were named after the Khabur tributary of the Euphrates. We now have solid reason for identifying the Trypillian goddess with an Ishtar > Aphrodite line. But Ishtar evolved from a Sumerian goddess (Inana) when Babylon was ruled at MARI (Euphrates) by Amorites, whose main god was MARduk.

I'm looking to my atlas after suggesting a Marsi-and-Angitia trace to Angusta. I see a Focsani location on the north side of the Rimna river, and then the Marsi lived at a lake Fucino. I had traced "Fucino" to Fussen in southern Germany, which uses human legs in its Arms that are possibly code for it's being on a Lech river (though I don't know the German word for "leg"). Or, it may be that the Fussen legs are to be lumped in with the eagle talons of the Augusts and the Gays. Did you happen to notice the rooster in the Kish Crest, a Gay symbol too?

Is the "FOCIS" motto term of Heslingtons code for FOCSani? Would this trace Hasmoneans to Focsani? Shouldn't Hasmoneans now trace to the namers of Iasi? There must have been a Kabeiri line of Iasion > Iason > Iasi > Hasmoneans. The Kabeiri were Hebrews, right? But not Israelites.

ZOWIE! When writing above on the Saxon horse (white on red) used by Kent, I had not seen what I saw just now. The Arms of Iasi uses that horse! It's an indication that the Centaurs (thew Heneti?) were in Iasi just because it was named after the Ixion line. I saw the Arms of Iasi last February, but had forgotten what it uses.

I can now ask whether Focsani traces to Hugh D'Avrances of Cheshire. There are three reasons for this right off: 1) Focsani is in the Vrancea area of Moldova; 2) the Molds were first found in Cheshire, where Hugh D'Avrances ruled; 3) Hugh's nephew, Ranulf le Meschin, was likely named after the Maschi line from Rimini, now suspect with the Rimna river on the outskirts of Focsani. This is bringing to mind the Faucets, first found in the same place. Lothian, as Seatons, begging the question of ether Seatons trace to Focsani. I've been wondering whether Lothian was named after the Aluta river on all three maps. The Lothian surname (Perthshire) uses a dog and a hunting horn striped in the colors of the same in the Arms of Traby.

Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg had said something about Vere ancestry that caused me to trace Vere's to a Mitanni > Modon > Modena line to Modi'in of the Hasmoneans. But I traced the Mitanni to the Wassa/Gace surname, which could be important to the naming of "Geza," a son of Bela now suspect from Vrm's daughter. Consider further that one Lambert Coat looks like a Goz Coat while Richard Goz was the father of Hugh D'Avranches. Plus, I always think of Ferte-Mace when I speak on the Gace location of Normandy, and the Bellamys might just trace to "Bela," therefore, especially as Alans trace to Hungarians / Huns. I can add that Bouillons use a "bello" motto term while using the Bird/Burd cross (called a flory cross) in colors reversed, and while I traced Bellamys to a Bonneville location on the Arve river, not far from Sion, Godfrey de Bouillon is said to have been a leader of a priory of Sion. Hmm, I don't recall seeing Ponte PERCEE on the Arve when I made the Bellamy trace to that river, but it sure seems to square with "Perche." Compare the Coats of Harveys with Bellamys and Percys.

There is more, for I just read that Helena, supposed daughter of Bela, is said to be closely related to the Komnenos family, which I traced to "Comyns," an entity ruled by the Contevilles. Richard Goz happened to marry Emma Conteville, mother of Hugh D'Avrances. Therefore, it looks rather stark-well that Avrances (Normandy) was from "Vrancea" in Moldova, or perhaps vice-versa. The color of the wolf of Hugh D'Avrances (called Hugh Lupus) is shown at his Wikipedia articles in the colors of the Goz / Macey white-on-blue. As Welfs are a branch of Este's (Ishtar liners?) while the Welf surname is listed with the Wolf's, first found in Cheshire, it tends to identify Hugh Lupus with the Este line, and Este is a city near Rimini.

Compare the indented bar in the Hilt/Hyatt Chief with the Arms of Causeni in Moldova. See dogs there. Don't miss the Faucet-like "Fac et" motto of the Hilts/Hyatts. If this clinches a trace of Hyatts to Moldava, the Hayasa-Azzi can now become a serious contender for filling the boots of the Assi bloodline.

You can read in the Focsani article that the Zionists of modern times, the ones fueled by Rothschilds in the 1800's, met at Focsani.

While at the article, click over to the Milcov article, said to be the border between Moldova and Wallachia. Wallace's/Wallis' (special kin of Alans) might just be named after Wallachia elements. The city of Sion/Sitten is in a Wallis canton, and the people of that canton are known as Walsers. The Walser Coat happens to use the mermaid in the Arms of Warsaw (Masovia capital), as well as the Drake axe, no doubt, as well as the goat in the colors of the Blow/Bloor goat. The Walser mermaid is on split colors of the Arms of Wallis canton and the Arms of Sion. We should be looking for evidence of a Wallis-canton trace to Wallachia, if only the Shutz entity was indeed from a Sittaceni line amongst the Trypillians. .

The Milcov is a tributary of the Putna, and this now brings the "potent" cross of Skits and Scheds to mind. The Scheds are the ones using a Shield split vertically in the colors of the same of Sion and Wallis. That is a pretty good argument for tracing Scheds to the Putna, but I already traced Scheds, by other means, months ago, to Trypillians. Therefore, I think I have it right to identify the potent cross with the Putna river. The Putent/Putten surname was first found in the same place as Saddocks, whom have proven to be Sched kin. Putents use roundels "besants" in the colors of the Treeby's. The Sched patee cross could be code for the Patie surname using an escutcheon in the colors and size of the Saddocks. I think you have some might ammunition there to make solid connections.

I've neglected to add that Sitlers/SCHITners use a vertically=split Shield (as do Scheds) with red on the left half. The right half has a lion in the black color and position of the Belgian (location of Flanders) Schuts' who come up as "Schit," but is in the two colors of the Arms-of-Flanders lion. Sitlers were from Silesia, which is where I traced Melusine's mother (actually, to Lusatia), and then it can be noted that the Sitlers use the two color schemes of Melusine-using Walsers, which includes the color scheme of Wallace's/Wallis'. As Melusine can be identified with the Angitia snake cult, and as I trace it to Seagars/Sugars, it's not likely a coincidental that Dutch Walsers share a white moline with Seagars/Sugars. It tends to prove Melusine was from Sugaar and Mari. As the latter two were Basque deities, could the mysterious Basques trace to a Bas- or Bis-like term in Moldava / Wallachia? The green Visconti snake (was changed to blue) is called a Biscone, and Basques lived in Biscay. Can the Bissets / Bassets apply? The Bastarnicae??? Perhaps not. The Basques call themselves, EUSkals, perhaps an Assi line. The Baskits, said to be from Basques, are in Seagar/Sugar colors.

I have been linking the Walser goat to the Bush goat, and here I find that Vrancea is smack beside Buzau county. I know for a fact that the Bush surname traces to Busca in Piedmont, on the Italian side of the Cottians...that I say was named by the Cotesii on the Buzau. Makes sense. The Buzau flows to the Siret, a term like Seir of Edom. Terms such as "Aeson" or "Asi" could suggest "Esau." As a 'v' is interchangeable with a 'u', compare "Esau" with "Azou," asking why Esau liners could trace to the sea of Azov? Were the Sittaceni of that sea an Esau-Hebrew people? The Iberi lived near at or even at Azov, and then Spain, home of Basques, was "Iberia." I even traced Basques to the Azov area, though that was so long ago I can't recall the reasoning. It was before I realized an "Esau" = Azou" possibility, and before I entertained Esau lines by any manner. Imagine. "Euskal" being named after Esau.

? Perhaps "Basque / Biscay" is from the carriers of the Bozrah term through the Buzau. If torteaux are code for the Toreatae, note that torteaux are red roundels, the color of Edom. For logical reasons, I had traced Bozrah elements to the naming of BOSCath/ Hebron (the home of Esau's grandfather).

That grandfather (Abraham) had an alternative wife, Keturah, who traces to many nations. That's how Abraham was the father of many nations. I traced Keturah with no doubt to "Kotor" at Budva (Butua) anciently. Kotor was traced without doubt to mythical KODRos of Athens, who had a fish and a boar symbol (there was a fish of the Saraca's in Kotor), and so see how Catters/Cathars (fish) share a white-ermined chevron with Baskets. The Boet/Butt/Bute fish seems to apply here and pegs the Sadducee house of Boethus as a Keturah line.

I recall tracing a Miletus colony around Abkhazia (white hand on red), to the south of Azov in the Colchis theater), to the red hand of Ireland (because the Irish trace themselves to scythians of Miletus, and to a mythical Scot-like term in Egypt). Reminder: the golden fleece was stolen in Colchis by IASON, son of AESon, and Esau's brother, Jacob, had a fleece event. Perhaps the story of that fleece event was carried Greece, where the myth writers used it for a myth code on Esau lines.

Reminder: I trace Horites of Seir to "Hros," who lived in Caucasia as well as the Ukraine. That could easily trace them to the Ares=Ixion cult in Moldova. As I see Horites in mythical Horus (falcon symbol), it is notable that he was the all-seeing-eye aspect of the Bast-related Uat/Buto cult. Very possibly, the Buto entity was from the same that named Buzau. To Nordics, a horse was a "hross," and then the Dingwall surname, after an old capital of Ross-shire, uses a gold fleece. Iasi uses a horse, important because I practically equated Ixion with Ares.

The presidential Bush family married Walkers. I seemed that Walkers should trace to Kamenets Podilskyi at the source area of the Prut, because "caminata" means "a walk" in Italian, and because I know for a fact that Moldavians speak some Italian words naturally due to being from the Romans (i.e. namers of Romania). The historical Arms of Kamenets is in Goz colors, and uses a wyvern dragon (defined as one with a pointed tail, wings, but no front legs). I trace wyVERN to the Varni, who lived on the Warnow river, where the Wagrians lived (at ROStock) that I trace to Wagers (Walker-like term) because they were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Walkers and Bush's. In other words, Walkers look like Wagrians, and yet trace well to "Wallachia," not easy to explain.

The white griffin in the Catter Crest is that of Dobermans, first found in Pomerania, location of the Varni. I learned that the Griffith/Griffin family of Pomerania was connected politically to the Mieszko's of Pomerania. Doberman-related Dobers use Basket colors, important where Catters are using the Basket chevron. Then, the Dobbs use a chevron and symbols (including the Crest) in the colors of the same of the Catters. While Dobermans share the Jewish-Pollock fesse, Dobys were first found in the same place as Pollocks. The implication here is that the Mieszko Poles had connected to the Basques, and that is the same conclusion where the naming of Sigrid is after the Basque snake god, Sugaar. But I repeat: Dobrawa is suspect from Angusta, and the Angus-related Innus' use a green snake, the color of the Seagar snake.

Of further interest is that Wagers are also "Wage," easily forming from/to "Gace." The Gace surname developed into the Washington surname in Lancashire, beside Yorkshire. French Gage's look like they are using a version of the Wager Coat. See the Gage/Gaacy surname too, using another hourglass Shield that speaks of a Trypillian trace to Trips near the Warnow. I always see Fert-Mace involved with Gace in Normandy, and so let me repeat that French Masseys once showed the Trip boots. Why boots? See also the WILKins (connectable heraldically to Walkers), using a green wyvern. The PRUDensius motto term of the Wilkins suggest Prut > Briton elements. Note that the Briton surname uses the Melusine mermaid, though at times she's a "Siren," possibly after the namers of the Siret river.

The Arms of Focsani uses two women as a unity theme (the union of Moldova with Wallachia), as does the Arms of Vilnius (Lithuania had merged at times with the Mieszko's). I traced Vilnius' elements to the Sire surname sharing the scale / balance and anchor combination with the Arms of Vilnius. This Sire/Siron surname had been found related to Justina of Picenum, and the north end of Picenum touched upon tracing smack to the Focsani area. When I made that Picenum a year or two ago, I knew nothing of the Siret river, but here I find that the Sire's/Sirons are also "Siret". On this map, the Peucini are marked upon the Hierasus, now the Siret. If it's not coincidental, it tends to verify that the Peucini named Picinum. Shire's (kin of Schere's/Scherf sharing the Wilkin Shield) use a dog in Crest.

The Siret motto term, "justitia." tells me that the family was connected to Justine of Picinum, a Roman empress. The "justitia" motto term of Vilnius applies here. The coiled green snake around a rod in the Siret Coat is that of Sugaar, and as such connects to the Seagars/Sugars using a two coiled green snakes around a rod. Isn't this the Angitia snake? I am becoming more sure that this snake cult was in Angusta, therefore. The Justine/Justus surname (another balance / scale) has a motto in honor of the Cass and Kiss surnames (now tracing to the Moldava capital) that use the scales-of-justice symbol too.

Now that the Assi surname (SHETland) has included two extra symbols, one being the Sword sword, see the same in the Justine/Justus Coat, noting that it's erect, an Ares symbol.

Here's the article on Praetoria Augusta. It appears to be (on my atlas) at Sighisoara (Seagars have a Sigar variation), beside DUMbraveni. Plus, the Hanan-related Gere's/Eure's were first found in DUMbarton, wherefore see that the Hanan / Gere Shield is used in colors reversed by Soars (from SighiSOARA"?). Put that together with a trace of Annan and Innus/Angus elements to Angusta, and it works rather well. Dumbraveni is in Dacia province, and if you had any doubts about the dog symbol being from the Daci, see the Dacian Draco with what looks like a dog's head:

Decks/Daggers use a squirrel, symbol also of the Valentins suspect from Valentinian I, empress Justine's husband. The Squirrel surname is also "Squire," and is now suspect with the Sire/Siret surname. As I traced Decks/Daggers to the naming of the Ticino river, might the Dacians apply? I had found proto-Magyars on the Ticino. Note that the Square/Squire motto includes a Vrm-like term ("ferme") that gives hint of a trace to Dacians at Angusta, for the Valentin bend is in the colors of the Doberman bend. Tortona, near the Ticino, and suspect with the red torteaux, uses a white-on-RED griffin, possibly the white Doberman / Catter griffin.

As Tortona was called, DERTHona," see the red rooster in the Derth Crest (Tanner Shield?), of a surname first found in Sterling, beside the first-known Scottish Justine's/Justus' in Perthshire. It's the same red rooster as used by the Kish's, they being easily linked to Justine's/Justus'. But if Kish's are from the Moldava capital (not forgetting that Moldava elements were traced to Perthshire early in this update), then Tortona seems to apply. It makes a lot of sense where Magyars / Arpads had traced to the Ticino, the river of the Laevi Gauls.

[Decks/Dagger use a bear paw in Crest, and so keep an eye out below for a bear used by an Agnita location beside Sighisoara, for Siward/Sigurd was of the bear-depicted Bernicians].

See also the Seagar-colored Sawyers, first found in the same place as Seagars, and using a so-called talbot dog that links to the Talbot-related Scotts, especially as the white footless martlets of Sawyers links to the Sewer/Shuter bloodline.

The Dacia article above speaks on a Cotiso, a Dacian ruler of "about 30 BC," near the birth of Caiaphas. Below, it says that Augustus (who was anything only due to Julius Caesar, married to a Cottius family) was wanting to marry the daughter of Cotiso for a political alliance, but Cotiso joined Mark Antony instead to form a schism:

The Praetoria Augusta article says that it is located at Atid, in the land of the Szekely Khazars (on the Mures). One can see the sun symbol of the Szekely in their article, and we can assume that the Cohen/Kagan sun traces to it.

JUST FOUND: Agnita, a few miles south of Dumbraveni and Sighisoara. Compare with "Angitia." It's perfect because the proto-Marsi are expected at the Mures. Plus, "SIGH" may be a term from "SZEKely," thus tracing Sugaar (and Basques) to these peoples. I traced the Szekelys to the Sicils of Sicily with the Charops trace to the Charybdis monster. That is, I traced the Szekelys to the Scylla wolf monster. And separately, I identified Sugaar with mythical Glaucus (meant green-blue), who was not only related to Asclepios (snake-on-a-rod-symbol), but Glaucus loved Scylla according to a myth where he turns into a fish. The river up from Phasis to the golden-fleece location was once the Glaucus.

See the Segni/SEGURana Coat (Genoa), using a version of the Seagar moline on what could be the Saluzzo Shield, important here because the Basque-suspect Bush's trace to Busca, beside Saluzzo.

The Agnes Coat uses a version, apparently, of the Justine Coat, and the Justine's were first found in the same place (Perthshire) as Rollo's, important because I trace his father's name to Reghin in the Szekely zone of the Mures. Then, assume that Agnita was a domain of the count of Angusta, and see the Aude swords, the same white-on-blue ones as per the Agnes and Justine swords, important if the count's son, Geysa, traces to Gays, first found in the same place (Savoy) as the Aude's. The Aude's are in the colors of the Ottone's, suspect from Ottone Visconti, whose green biscone snake was suspect with the Basques! If Aude's are Ottone's, then remember that the Chappes Coat is suspect from the Ottone's, for the topic at hand is suspect from Annas lines.

See what could be the Aude swords at the center of the Siegle Coat, asking if Siegle's are from "Szekely." Jewish Siegle's (lozenges, suspect from the golden-fleece bloodline) use a SICKLE, though they call it a "scythe." In other words, Siegle's are what was loved by peoples on the Glaucus river leading to the golden-fleece city of Kutaisi, suspect with "Cotesii."

The Agnes' were first found in Naples, where a Picen(t)i people's trace that are the likely namers of Picenum, this being another reason to consider linking Agnes elements to Justine / Valentinian. Consider also a "Kagan" equation with "AGNes." That is, was Agnita "Kaganita"? The Khazars has two kinds of kings, the kagan priest-king -- always "Jewish," and called "red Jews" -- and a "beg," the political king. The Khazars on the Mures lived in and around Bihar, which I trace to the Biggar surname, which is apparently honored in the Arms of Shetland's motto. Shetland is where the Justine-related Assi's were first found. The Sinclairs of Roslin came to rule the Shetland-Orkney domain, and I traced "Orkney" to Orchomenos (Boeotia), where much of the Argo-ship crew derived. Where the golden fleece is suspect as an Esau line, what about this Orchomenos link to the area where the Assi's were first found?

The Arms of Agnita (in Annandale colors) uses a bear, which recalls that the Bernicians, who used a bear in the Arms of Berwickshire, were at times merged with neighboring Mercia, which I've traced for a long time to the Marsi. Agnita is in Sibiu county, and the city of Sibiu uses two swords in saltire, points down, just like the Agnes Coat! Clinched: the Agnes surname to Agnita.

It just so happens that Savoy was named earlier, Sapoud, possibly from the Sibiu entity. The Savoys use a white-on-red cross, and then that cross is also found centrally in the German Seagar Coat, the point being to trace Seagars to Sighisoara (beside Agnita). The main part of the German Seagar Coat is an eagle in the colors of the eagle in the Arms of Romania. This reminds me that a Justine-suspect motto is used by Sibal(d)s/Sibetts (said to be from a Sige entity), first found in Fife (where Angusta elements are expected), and using the "moline" Seagar cross in colors reversed (same as the Segni's/Segurana's). Sibals had been traced to "Cibalae" (Sava river, where a Saur surname originates that's like "Soar"), birthplace of Valentinian, husband of Justine. Cibalae is, in my opinion, in code in the Vinch motto term, "sibi," because Cibalae has also been called, "VINKovci."

The next step is to check for evidence that Agnita elements were amongst the Bernicians / Mercians, and this is where the Helen surname can come in handy. Not just any-old Helen gets to have the heraldic symbols. If the Helen surname is after Helena of Angusta, there are several points to make. First, queen Bebba of the Bernicians gave birth to the Pepin bloodline out of Landon (Belgium), the root of the Merovingian power system. It just so happens that the white Pepin horse heads are used in black by the Helen/Helion surname, and to this we can add that lines in honor of Helen of Troy can be expected to use the Trojan-horse symbol. Pepins definitely trace as an Apepi-Hyksos line to the founding of Trojans.

The Helens are also "Heylin," and the Heys/Hays (three escutcheons) were of a Tay entity that could possibly trace to Taygeti, the mountain system of Sparta that creates the Mani peninsula, named mythically as Menelaus, husband of Helen of Troy...a swan-liner sister of Pollux, the latter being suspect as the Apollo line to Apulum in the land of the wolf-suspect Szekely. The Heys/Hays were first found in Perthshire, where other Transylvanian elements have already traced. See the Tays and compare with Sawyers. It's perhaps a long shot, but TayGETI may have been named after the Getae Thracians.

There was cause to trace Heys/Hays to the Armenian god, Haik/Hayk, root likely of the Hyksos, and then the Cotesii were likely the Cadusii Armenians from Soducena elements; that's where proto-Helen is expected, for Helen's father, Tyndareus, can be seen as a location on the Glaucus river near Kutaisi. As I see Helen in the Alan Huns, she could have been of the Roxolani, otherwise known as Ros-Alans, and then her other brother, Castor, was given a horse symbol, which belongs to the Hros line from Ares (daughter Harmonia), another Armenian entity. The Roxolani are stamped on the NaPARIS river (if that helps to trace Helen to Roxolani), but extending into the river of the Cotesii. As Ares was the Thracian horseman on a white horse, see the white horse in the Roxburgh Coat. It's the same horse design as used by Pepins and Helens/Heylins.

Remember, Ares evolved into the Mars cult, and Ares had a dragon that could very well have formed the snake cult of the Marsi. Another point is that I've traced the Menelaus Spartans from Las on the Mani peninsula to Laus on the Lucania-Bruttium border (Sparta was also "Laconia"), which jibes with a trace of Prut-river peoples to Bruttium and Siret-river peoples to Siris in Lucania. Spartans were Sepharvites, and then Wikipedia says that Laus was founded by neighboring Sybaris. Sepharvites included Joktanites, and Joktan's brother, Peleg, is suspect at "Pollux" as well as at mythical PHLEGyas, Ixion's Lapith ancestor. Ixion's sister, Coronis (Apollo lover), was mother to the snake cult of Asclepios.

As "Siward" is suspect from "Sephar," note that the Sword Crest has a sword between two wings, as though the sword sliced the symbol apart, for "Peleg" is said (in the Bible) to mean "to divide." As was said earlier, the Sword description is, "three swords erect silver hilt and pommel gold." and then the Hilt description includes, "chief divided". The erect term is very evocative of the erect sword used by Bistones to worship Ares, though Bistones lived in Cyrene (Libya), founded by Apollo according to myth. I equate mythical Cyrene with "Coronis," as both were crow entities. Therefore, trace Lapiths to Cyrene, and while you are at it, trace Apollo's Muses to Cyrene as the proto-Massena Numidians leading the chief priest-kings of Israel just before Jesus appeared.

Kutaisi is where the Ares dragon protected the golden fleece, and so we could expect that Ares dragon in the Cotesii theater. Previously, the Ares dragon had been in Boeotia, at Thebes, where Keturah's Kodros line traced (from Kodros' son, founder of Ephesus, where the father of queen Aedon of Thebes lived). Couldn't we entertain this dragon as the line to the Sadducee house of Boethus? It all fits.

In the Argonautica (written by a myth writer from Rhodes), the Argo ship steals the golden fleece from Kutaisi, and sails into the Ister/Danube river, which is where we find the Siret, the Roxolani, and the Cotesii. The Colchians of Kutaisi were the line of mythical Manes to Cotys to Attis to Pelops of Lydia to Menelaus (= Pelop's grandson). The rider of the golden fleece, when it first arrived to Kutaisi, was a brother of Helle, the mythical code of Hellespont, where Helen of Troy definitely traces (because the peoples she represented were in alliance with Parium/Parion).

It should be re-mentioned here that "escutcheon" is suspect with the line of Khyan to the Keons, and that Apepi ruled the Hyksos immediately after Khyan. The eight-pointed star, a Keon symbol, is used in the Arms of the Szekely Land. Mythical Hector was styled, "de Maris," and it's the Hectors (sun) that were first found in Angus. The Romans were from the Trojans, according to a myth writer (Virgil) writing on behalf of Augustus (the latter was a worshiper of Latona, Apollo's mother). In light of this, it seems that Trojans to the line of Augustus were in Angusta before moving to Angus. Why Scotland?

The Maris bloodline includes the Merits/Mereys. Of interest, Mieszko II, who apparently got credit for some of Vrm's children, was married in MERSEburg. English Merits/Morrits use the white griffin head of Dobermans / Dobers (named after Dobrawa, a wife of Mieszko I). This surname smacks on MenuMORUT, a Khazar ruler on the Mures. You can read that Menumorut was a ruler of Bihar/Bihor, and as such the Biggars are suspect as ruling Hungaro-Khazars removed to Scotland:

Let's go on to the Hale's/Hayle's because they too could link to the Hellens/Heylins. Like the Hays, the Hails/Hayle's use the escutcheon, but they use three arrows upon it, which I've argued is symbol for three Hungarian tribes of Khazars/Kabars, originating on the Mures, and we just got to the Szekely Khazars of the Agnita theater. I can't recall where in the Transylvania theater I just saw a Shield split vertically in the colors of the vertically-split Hail Coat, but these are the colors in the Arms of Bihor.

Tentatively, the Hails are going to be traced to the Vrm > Helena line to Worms and the Capetian dynasty suspect as the Caiaphas line.

Khazars are known to be offshoots of the Attila Huns, both of whom can link to Hungarians, who were Magyars in alliance with Picenum-suspect Pechenegs and Khazars. Thus, we have the setting for a Caesar trace to "Khazar / Cozar," and a trace of a Caesar-Caepio merger to the Helen > Vrm line. The Biggars were connected to the Douglas Flemings in the Lanark area, and so see the hearts, a Douglas symbol, in the Dutch Ferme/Vorm Coat. Can this suggest a Fleming trace to Vrm of Angusta? The Julian Crest uses the Douglas salamander in flames. The Ferme's/Fairholme's were first found in Midlothian, and, having said that, I've just recalled that history has many 'r' modifications to 'l' so that Ferme and Flame could be related terms. As Worms was the root of the royal "Robertians" of France, see the co-called "vair" fur of French Roberts, for it's like the "Fair" term used of Ferme's. Whatever the Fleming/Vlaam term was most-anciently, one can now argue that the Vere's got involved so as to create a Ferme term.

My best shot at tracing "Flanders" was to "Blanda" beside Laus at Lucania. It just so happens that the Flanders lion is in Varn colors. It also just-so happens that the Plante surname, as Plantagenet, was from the Fulks, where the Drakenberg Vere's trace their Melusine. English Plants were first found in London, where mythical Brutus i.e. Bruttium elements started out, and then Laus and Blanda are smack at the Bruttium border. Just like that, Moldava elements from the Prut have traced to London's founding. The label in the Plant(agenet) Coat should be code for LaBels (Gascony, founded by Basques) using crescents in the colors of the same of Falcons, who are thus suspect with "Fulk."

By the way, MARtels and related MARtins were first found in Gascony, this being suspect with Mari, the Basque goddess. Again, the Martel crowns are used by Spanish Capets who use the Fulke/Folk Shield, and Robertian-Capetians followed on the French throne immediately after the dynasty of Charles Martel. Can we see how the Szekely Khazars wormed their way into the Capetian dynasty as the Sugaar entity from Sighisoara, married to Mari?

This Arms of Bihar county uses, I think, a gold garb, symbol of English Josephs, first found in the same place as Warsaw-derived Drake's. The Biggars use stars in colors reversed from the Annas / Angus / Vere star, as well as a THIN blue bend, a symbol of the Charo/Claro Coat, important because English Josephs use a "charo" motto term. Why are Josephs linking to Mures-river Khazars? As the Claro surname was that of the proto-Sinclairs, who trace to the Mures-river Khazars. Along with their blue bend, the Charo's/Claro's use a bull, symbol in the Arms of Romania (and Moldova). The Charo/Claro bull design (standing upright like a man) is used by the Bosons (Bisset colors), who could very well be from the Buzau river, home of the Cotesii that trace to Julius Caesar's mother...the line from which I suspect Joseph Caiaphas. If I recall correctly, so-called Bosonids were from the east area of France capable of touching upon the Cottian Alps.

Bassets are using the Drummond bars, and Drummonds (Perthshire again) were Hungarians as well as Varangians of Kiev, the conquerors of the Khazars. "Avrances," now tracing to a Vrancea area surrounding Marsi-suspect Focsani, was traced suggestively to "Varangi," meaning that Vrancea may have been named by Varangians. That's no stretch.

I don't ever recall mentioning that the thin Biggar bend is that of the Charo's/Claro's. I just fell upon it by getting in the Bihor / Bihar topic. Nor have I stressed that Biharia was a ground-zero domain of the Mures-river Khazars. Suddenly, Caiaphas is tracing to a Biharia > Biggar line, this being suspect as the reason that Templars / Crusaders were of two main groups, the Sinclairs of More, and the Flemings.

Sitna Down and Get a Load of This

Seatons/Sittens are Flemings too. The so-called "double tressure border" of the Flemings is now suspect with the Border line to the Burridensi, and yet look at how the border looks a lot like the Rutherford and Rutland "orle." The orle is simply the outline / border of a shield. Remember. Burds/Birds use the cross of Bouillons in colors reversed, and the Bouillons (included Baldwin kings of Templar Jerusalem) were Flemings. The Arms of Scotland uses the double tressure, suggesting that it could indeed be a version of the Shutz/Schutz-owned escutcheon.

The eight symbols surrounding the Fleming border evoke the same of Saddocks and all. The "shaw" motto term of Flemings goes to the Shaws (Perthshire again), said to be from "Sithech," a term falsely said to mean "wolf," though German Flemings use a wolf. The "Sithech" term must be for the Sittaceni line from Dacians, and that expects the Seatons to be from the Sittaceni. The reason that Seatons and Shaws seem related could be for the Seaton link to the Geta family in north Africa.

The red-on-white Fleming chevron is used by Tresure's/Treasure's, only the latter show it in a scarlet color, along with green dragons, the Seaton/Sitten symbol. The Double/Dobel surname uses almost the stag design of English Stewarts, as well as bells, the symbol of the Exeters, a city where English Stewarts were first found.. Exeters use another red-on-white chevron, and are suspect in a trace to Alburnus Maior, north of Wallachia but not far north. The Walsh's use yet another red-on-white chevron, and while the Walsh's trace to Wallis canton, I'd like to know whether they can also trace to Wallachia. That is, are they a part of the Sittaceni family from the Wallachia theater to Sion/Sitten.

Remember, a the majority of Wallachia is "Muntenia," and the Mounds/Munds use yet another red-on-white chevron. You need to see that the chevron is surrounded by three black symbols, as are the Exeter and Walsh/Welch/Walch Coats. I'm going to call this the Mund format, because a lot of Coats use it, including the Mortons that the Walsh motto honors. Having said that, see that the Crest of the Munts/Munds (Kent) uses the same white Moor head as the More/Moor Crest. Doesn't this effectively trace Walsh's to Muntenia along with the Mures-suspect More's and Mortons? Alburnus Maior is on the north side of the Mures.

There is/was a More locality in SHROPshire, a location suspect with the Carpi, and where the Mounds/Munds were first found. Alans of Dol had settled Shropshire on their way to the Scottish throne. Bellamy's were first found in Shropshire, and CARPenters use a "belli" motto term. Bellamy's got related to HARVeys and GARVeys, namers of the Arve river at the south side of lake Geneva.

The Munts/Munds (heath-COCK) can now help to trace Manners/Maness to Muntenia because they use the Munt peaCOCK symbol. This is likely code for the Cocks using red roosters (and a lozengy Shield). That's the third red rooster in this update. Tracing to the Mures area recalls that rooster-using Sinclairs of More (supposedly in Norway) were traced there many years ago. Who owned this rooster originally, and why was it used? Was it a Gog symbol?

The Bellamy's of Perche lived beside Alencon, and the Carpenters, a branch of Belli's, are in my opinion a branch of Stewarts from the Carpi. It can be gleaned that the Exeter bells are for Bellamy-of-Perche liners in nearby Somerset, where Pierces and Percivals were first found. You understand that Percivals were a major Arthurian entity, but being so near Exeter and related to its Alan-Bellamy's suggests that Percivals trace to the Alburnus area too. See on the map that this was a gold-mining area. In Stenarum, one is on the northern Muntenia border, while Arutela and neighboring Burridava are inside Muntenia. In this way, the double-tressure Burd and Border bloodlines can trace to Wallachia.

Percival was so important that he was made the grail king, and as his son was the "swan knight," the swan pierced through with a sword in the Walsh Crest seems to apply rather well, for Arthurian elements were heavily in Wales. The Cornwall peninsula, which includes Somerset, Wiltshire (where Mortons were first found) and Exeter, is to the immediate south of Wales. The Mund format is used also by the Welsh Code's/Codds, first found in Cornwall (they are in colors reversed from the Cotts).

I've identified the Carpenters as a branch of Fullers, from a Roxolani > Roquefeuil line to Fulbert "the tanner," whose family married Sinclairs. There is a Carp/Carpen surname (using a carp fish alone), first found in the same place as the Mains'/Mainers (of the Manners/Maness'?), and then the same-colored English Mains'/Maine's (Devon, location of Exeter) use the Mund format too as well as the two (secret DOUBLE meaning?) Perche chevrons. As there is a good Mund-reason therein to trace the Mains' to Muntenia, by what coincidence do they share black-on-white pheons with the Walsh's who likewise use the Mund format?

The fact that George Bush (a WALKer bloodliner) married Laura Walsh may be subtle indication that Walsh's/Walchs were from the Buzau area too. One of the Morton Coats shares the white goat head (gold horns and all) with the Bush's, and this goat should therefore link to the Walser goat, especially as Bellamy's on the Arve were near Wallis canton.

The English Walker write-up traces to "fuller," suggesting code for the Roquefeuil / Carpenter bloodline. Scottish Walkers share three red bars (in both colors of the Mind format) with Carpenters and Fullers. It just so-happens that Scottish Walsh's were first found in Roxburghshire (and were hitched apparently with the Maxwell-Pollock family). The Roxburgh Walsh's share gold rings (annulets) with English Walkers, and these Walkers share a red-on-white chevron with English Walsh's. Thus, the Walkers and Walchs seem to be the same stock rather than just a merger by marriage in old times, and Wallachia's eastern side is near the Buzau.

The Arms of Wallachia use a star-and-crescent combination reflecting the Chief of the Scottish Walkers. As you can figure from the map at the Wallachia article, the Roxolani are stamped at eastern Wallachia. A Bush-Rockefeller relationship could be expected.

The "beacon" in the Fuller Crest, a symbol used also by one Belli surname, must be code for Beacons/Bacons, and as I view Fullers as proto-Pollocks proper (from a Fulbert), it can explain why Bacons use the boar design of Pollocks. The latter's boar is shot through with an arrow, as is the Walsh swan. A modern Bacau location on the Siret may apply to Bacons.

Francis Bacon, a leading Rosicrucian of the high-level political type (not the typical religious nut on the street), is thought by some to have posed as William Shakespeare. While the Spear surname was first found in the same place as Moline-related Pollocks, the Shake's use "MOLEhills" as apparent code for Moline's or even Jacques de Molay. The Moline's are known to be from Fulbert "the tanner" of Falaise. I think "Tanner" traces to "Tanaro," a river in an Italian zone that the Sinclairs were shy about. Their linkage in Normandy to an Abreu line in Evreux (Normandy) was to Italians. On the Tanaro there is a Fossano location smacking of "Fussen" and especially-important, of "Focsani." The fox-using Foss' (in Saluzzo colors) could apply, and in the meantime link to the Foxside location of Faucets.

Nearby Fossano is a Busca location that I say traces definitely to Bush's/Buschs/Boschs. Busca is beside Saluzzo, and Saluzzo's use nothing but a white Shield and blue Chief, no symbols in either. The Tanner Shield is white without symbols, though the black Chief has Moor heads barely visible. The Fallis Coats (includes an Italian one) use Saluzzo colors, and the English branch was first found in Midlothian, location of Roslin, home of Sinclairs immediately after arriving from Hungary with Agatha's daughter (queen Margaret).

The Italian Fallis' were first found in Venice, suggesting a relationship with the same-colored Este's because there is an Asti location on the Tanaro in the very Montferrat area that I've traced lines of Israel's priesthood. The Italian Este write-up has not the courtesy to even mention Este (in Padua, where Abreu's/Abruzzo's were first found), suggesting a cover-up if possible. Why were Este's related to wolf-like Welfs?

The motto terms of the Bacons and Fullers may be hint of a trace to the naming of Vrm in the Angusta area. Recall that Vrm's daughter, Helena, may trace to Helens using black horses, for English Este's use the black horse too (as well as the Pepin white horses; see the "est" motto term of Pepins and think PAPHlagonian Heneti, known founders of the Veneti).

While Vrm was said to be the father of "Geysa," it just so happens that Mortons use a gold rooster, the Gay and Sinclair rooster color. Gays were first found in Savoy, where the Saluzzo-suspect Salassi peoples founded Asti and Este-like Aosta.

Scottish Belli's, sharing the Carpenter motto and blue chevron, were first found at Moray. Again, Sinclairs, who had a relationship with a Candie / Candida family in Savoy, ruled at a More location, and moreover trace to Reghin smack near Angusta. I once read that king Edward was ashamed to admit to his countrymen that his bloodline was from rulers of Savoy. The same may have been true of the Conqueror as regards ancestry of "the tanner" and the origin of "Tanner." There is a Taninges location (west of Bonneville) less than five miles from the Arve river to which I trace Bellamy's. To the near-south, an Annecy location smacks of "Annas." At the mouth the Arve is an Annemasse location.

Carpenters share the Trip crosslets, and are therefore suspect as Trypillian liners. Can this trace Trypillians to the Bellamys at lake Geneva. It would get them close to Sion. Why are the Bellamy crescents ion the colors of the Seaton crescents? Why do Trips use the boot design and colors that French Masse's/Masseys (first found in Savoy) were showing until a couple of years ago? Was the latter family at AnneMASSE? Yes, for that place (smack beside Geneva) happens to be on the Haute-Savoy border. Of interest, the Geneva/Genoa Coat shares white wings with the Masci's, first found in the same place (Piedmont) as the Tanaro river.

Scottish Walkers share a white crescent with the Percy Crest, while Percy's and English Walkers were both first found in Yorkshire, and so recall the Bellamy-suspect location of Ponte Percee on the Arve river near the Wallis border.

At the Wallachia map, one can see "Ramnicu-Sarat," what's Rimnacu-Sarat on my atlas. Buzau is also shown at the Wallachia map. But further north in the middle of Moldova, on my atlas, there is a Baseu river flowing past a Saveni location where I would trace the Sevan-swan line. Parallel with the Baseu, and south of it, there is a Sitna river smacking of the Seatons/Sittens i.e. suspect from Soducena at lake Sevan. This was an astounding find late in this update. The Sitna location can thus trace to the Setta valley beside the Savena river to Bologna, a city also known as Bononia and suspect with Skull and Bones, and perhaps also with Bonneville on the Arve.

The Sitna flows through a Botosani area (suggesting that "sani" is a suffix so that "Focsani" is rooted in "Foc") on the north side of Iasi. Then, the Bot surname uses a RAM in the position of the Walser goat. It's a white ram, moreover, the color of the Bush goat, and it's white on blue, the color of German Bush's/Buschs and Boschs/Bos' (the latter two share the same Coat, essentially). German Bots/Bute's/Boets look like they could be a branch of Booths who share the black boar with Bush's. Couldn't that trace the Sadducee house of Boethus to the Botosani area, smack where the swan line of Caiaphas concerns is expected? There is a question, therefore, whether the Bot ram is a code of the Brits for "Ramnicu." If the Brits are from the Prut, and I think they are, note that both the Baseu and the Sitna are Prut tributaries, meaning that some of the proto-English language may have been in the Moldova theater, and as such the golden-Fleece ram may apply to "Ramnicu." Remember, the golden-fleece line of AESon was traced already to "Iasi."

The fish in the Bot/Bute Coat may have to do with the "fish" in the Base write-up. I've looked the Base's up as per "Baseu." It was remarkable that the Base Coat uses the two-lion design of Strange's (Stewart kin), for I traced Strange's with Guido's to the Trypillians. This is more than amazing, for Strange's are said to be from Guido le Strange from a duke of BRITTANY (i.e. can trace to the Prut), and when I was on that topic initially, I traced Guido's to the Skits and Scheds thought to be in the Setta valley. And here I now find the Baseu river at Saveni and near a Sitna river. It looks absolutely like all the evidence I needed when first on the Strange trace to the Setta.

Consider the three vertical bars of ArmSTRANGs as they might link to the same of Carpenters and beacon-using Belli's. Why do English Babels/Babwells use three vertical bars in the two colors of the Armstrong bars, as well as a gate? Is that part of the Seaton-related Yates (said to be from "gate"), who likewise use gates? Does this trace Strange's to Seatons at the Sitna?

I was tracing Trypillians to Forum Allieni at the time that Strange's became a topic, which place became Ferrara, where the BOSo-related Charo's/Claro's were first found. I assumed very reasonably the Allieni were the proto-Alans of Dol (through Langhe at Montferrat), and showed that the Strange lion is the Tool lion while "Tool" may be a line from "Dol / Doly." It was also mentioned a few times that the Tool lion is in the colors of the Wallace/Wallis lion. The latter is upright, however, like the WHITE lion of the FALLIS Coat!!! Thus, Wallis' are of the Fallis bloodline, and that traces Fallis' to Wallis canton!

It can be construed that the brown Tool boar is the brown Pollock boar, keeping in mind that Pollocks were from Fulbert, a friend of the Dol Alans. I link Fulbert of Pollock to Fulbert "the tanner" of Falaise, and the latter term is like "Valais," the alternative word for Wallis canton, where Sitten is located! This is full-proof. While there are two Falaise locations in Normandy, La Falaise being near the Chappes zone, yet this term is much like "Valais."

Recall that Carpenters should by trace by their crosslets to Trypillians, for that tends to trace Fullers to Trypillians too. The Harveys expected at the Arve river, where the Belli kin of Carpenters trace, were lumped in with Garveys and traced to "Gareb," and so the Carpi/Arpii can be identified as Garebites. I traced "Gareb" to "Jerevan," and years later found Soducena at Jerevan, and I also traced Gareb to the proto-Hera cult at Jerevan, which now tends to explain why the ancient Siret (very near the Sitna) is the Hierasus. In fact, it's been years now since I've been identifying Hera as the peoples of Soducena, and the namers of Zedek, that being an old name of Jerusalem (mount Gareb is less than two miles from old Jerusalem).

I'm very careful not to make solid traces wrongly, but right now, I'm making a solid Setta trace to Sitna. I do not have the latter term coming up in any of my files. This looks like a first for that place, and tends to verify that Freemasons are largely from Moldova elements at their pagan roots.

AHA! After writing all the above, the Bass/Bason surname was checked for links to Baseu, and it not only shares the gold crosslets of the Trips and Carpenters, but uses the format (red-on-white chevron surrounded by three black symbols) of the Walsh's: the Mund format again. The three symbols of the Bass' are black greyhounds wearing gold collars, the symbol of the Shutz Crest!!! That tends to trace the Skits and Scheds et-al to the Baseu and the Sitna. Excellent. The other English Bass surname even uses an escutcheon, and nothing else, just a black escutcheon on a white Shield, perhaps a version of the Saddock Coat.

Plus, Bass's were first found in Haddington, in East Lothian, where Seatons/Sittens were first found!!! As KEAThs were first found in Haddington, they are pegged as a branch of SEATons, but Faucets were of Haddington too, and so let's recall the "fac et" motto phrase of Hilts/Hyatts suspect as an Hayasa-Assi line to the namers of Iasi. As Lothian was stacked with Flemings, from Belgium, it should be important that the Faucets share the black upright lion with Belgian Schuts'/Schits' (as well as Hilts/Hyatts), but see also the Welsh Roberts asking if it's the Worms > Robertian line. The Faucet lion happens to be in the two colors of the Arms-of-Flanders lion, but see also the Sitler/Schitner lion. Faucets are said to be from a "Swani" character. (The Hilt motto in full is used by Mathie's, by the way).

For various reasons, I traced Faucets to Foix in Septimania, but did not know until now that Foss' are said to be from a SHEPTON Mallet location. The Sheptons come up as the bellow-using Shiptons that I trace to Skiptons and therefore to the Roman general, Scipio, involved with king Massena of Numidia so as to lead to the Skiptons, kin of Meschins. As Irish Foys share the eel with Sheptons, note that a couple of Foy surnames are also "Foix." The fox-usng Fes surname should apply. The Chappes' are involved here as per one Foy/Foix surname at Ile-de-France, and then see also the Chapman crescent.

A "fecit" motto term of the Leslie-related Bards can apply. The Bard boar is used in the same colors by the Aeson/Esson surname, first found in Angus. Is that a surname from Iasi? The Eastons coming up as "Eyston" may not have been named after "east" originally because they use the Aeson/Esson format in colors reversed. Ragnvald's father, Eystein, may apply to mythical Aeson elements as per a trace of Ragnvald's name to the Angusta theater.

German Bass' use TWO hunting horns, perhaps code for the Double's using bells trace-able to Exeters that likewise use the Bass / Walsh format. That suggests that the TWO lions of the Base's and Strange's could be code for the Double's (reminder: Seatons use a double tressure). And then the Perche surname uses TWO chevrons in the colors of the Bass / Walsh / Exeter / Moreton chevrons. If the Seaton crescents are those of Bellamy's, the latter could trace to the Bellovaci founders of Belgians. The Marshall kin of Keaths even share a string of lozenges with Percy's. As Double's are related to Tresure's, and as Percivals and Pierce's were first found in the same place as Tresure's, the implication is that the swan-knight line was at southern England.

As Bricks use a string of lozenges too, as well as the Massey fleur, I trace Bricks to Ranulph de Briquessart (father of le Meschin), of the Bessin. The Bass/Bassin surname above may apply to the Bessin, therefore, especially as Mortons should trace to More, where the ancestry of Ranulph de Briquessart traces (i.e. to Malahule of More, brother of Ragnvald). The Bessin surname uses a version of the Biston Coat, suggesting the ancient Bistones of Cyrene.

I've suggested in the past that the Bessins and Bessens should trace, along with Massey-shielded Besants, to the pheasant symbol at Phasis. I'm re-mentioning this because "Baseu" could be named after Phasis elements, for Phasis was also called, Poti, while the Baseu is in Botosani, a "Poti" possibility. Plus, as we saw, the Pot surname uses a ram, and the golden-fleece ram was up the river from Phasis. The husband of the Spartan swan line was up there too, for that's the location of Tyndaris. One can now compare the white cinquefoils of the French Bacons with those of Potters, for "Bacon" could be a hard-c version of "Bason."

I can now re-mention that I identified the golden fleece as the Lazi Caucasians, and, in a separate argument, traced the heraldic lozenges to a Lazi line. German and Dutch Dingle's use lozenges (as well as what could be a version of the Besant Shield), but Scottish Dingle's, from Dingwall, an old capital of Ross-shire, use a gold fleece. Plus, Bistone-like Bissets were first found in Ross-shire. The Bistones happened to have been Ares worshipers (Ross suspects), and that tends to identify the Ares dragon around Phasis with a line of proto-Bistones, possibly the Bastarnae at the mouth of the Prut and Siret.

After writing that, the Bastar surname was checked, to find a "POTier bello" motto phrase as well as an erect sword, the symbol of Ares used by the Bistones!!! Unbelievable but looking true: the heraldry masters have had all sorts of factual history in their secret books that they are not lending to public educators. What a bunch of losers, being proud and ashamed of their story all at once. Are they afraid to lose political power if we knew the truth of royal-family origins?

The Bessens, Bessins/Besons and Bistons use the same sword theme as Bastars. The Dutch Bests could be using a version of the Fuller bars, which, if so, could help clinch the Bacons as a Bason branch.

The "bello" term of Bastars is clearly for the Fuller- and Carpenter-related Belli's, thus tracing the whole lot to the Carpi, stamped smack beside the Bastarnae on this map. The Carpi are stamped (between the Prut and Siret) at a Bacau location (not shown) on the Siret, and then the Baseu and Sitna rivers (not shown) are between the Siret and Prut just to the north of where the Carpi are stamped. These can't all be coincidences, meaning that the heraldic masters knew of the trace of these families to Moldova.

To the near-north of Bacau, there is a "Roman" location (on my atlas), and then to the east of both places is a PUNGesti location. It just so happens that the Rome's/Rooms use a "Pungit" motto code! In fact, the motto uses "Pungit sed," the latter term often traced to Sitten elements! The swan-using Walsh's (in Rome/Room colors) use "sed"!!! As the Sitna river is so close to Roman and Pungesti, recall that Rome's/Rooms were first found in the same place as Annandale, in Edom-suspect Dumfries. As the Pungs are listed with Pagans, can't this explain why Hugh de Payens married a Chappes? Couldn't we expect the ancestry of Caiaphas to trace to the namers of Sitna? Why are the Bass', who use a version of the Walsh Coat, said to be HUGuenots?

As Sitna is being traced to Sitten, note that the Swiss Basils use a long solid chevron (PERCHevron) like the Chappes chevron. While I link the Chappes chevron to the Ottone chevron, the Basil chevron is in the colors of the English Bass Coat. The Moor heads of the Chappes' are easily link-able to the Tanners, and so recall those white cinquefoils of the Bacons and Potters, for the TANKERville's use them too, in Bacon-cinquefoil colors.

The Tankerville's are said to be a branch of Tancreds, suspect with the naming of Tanners and "the tanner," and thus part of the Fuller / Belli / Carpenter family. The Tancreds founded Guiscard of Sicily (contemporary, or nearly so, of Hugh de Payens), whom I traced to the Visconti's, the latter having their powerful start with Ottone Visconti. Then, the Scottish Chappes' were first found in the same place (Sterling) as Guiscards/Wisharts. There is a little story told here, for Guiscards are known to be a Rollo line, and thus a line of the first Crusaders that formed the Templars.

There was a portrait online of Guiscard with his brother standing beside a pulley, so strange, but then the Pulley/Pullen surname uses black-on-gold footless martlets, the colors of the same of French Josephs. This Coat once showed a black-on-gold swan in place of the martlet. Then, just as the Walsh swan is tracing to Saveni on the Baseu river, so may the Pulley/Pullen surname trace because they use the Romney Coat, highly suspect now with the Roman locality to the south of the Baseu. The last time I traced Romneys was to the France/Belgium border area, at Rumigny, between AISNe (Aeson-like term) and Ardennes. Reminder: Trypillians burned their homes deliberately and are for this reason (and more) suspect with fire-depicted Flemings, and Rumigny was either in or beside Flanders. "Aisne" may even trace to "Iasi," which has a border very near Roman.

The Italian Roman surname (in Romney colors) looks Flemish due to using the Fleming wolf design.

I've been mentioning for years that the red Romney scallop is used by the Sabine's that come up as "Savona," but not until now have I realized the full value in a trace to Moldova's Saveni.

Now see this. As Italian Pagans were first found in Naples, as with the Romans above, it suggests that the Italian Romans do trace to the Roman and Pungesti locations because Pungs are listed with English Pagans. The latter even share blue-on-gold fleur-de-lys with Spanish Romans (escutcheon). As the Pungs/Pagans share the "label" (could be code for the LaBels) with Panico's/Panetta's, how amazing is it that Panico's are known to have lived / ruled in the Setta valley!!! Therefore, the namers of the Setta really do trace to the namers of the Sitna, explaining the Savena river beside the Setta and the Saveni location north of the Sitna.

This update is thanks to Mr. Sheetz. It happens to have led to a clearing up of a very foggy Setta topic, and verifies all that was predicted in it.

Recall the string of lozenges that was tracing well to the Bass line at the Baseu, for the Pinks use yet another string of lozenges.

Therein is the guts of Freemasonic ancestry in times before Jesus, and the Templar-related Rosicrucians can trace to the Roxolani and other Rus elements of that Moldavian fold. In fact, on my Reader's Digest atlas, there is a "Moldova Noua" (New Moldova) across the Danube from the mouth of the Pek river, where I traced Pungs and Pinks.

I have seen the symbol of the AMORC organization of Rosicrucians: one pyramid over another to form an hourglass shape just as the Trypillian goddess was shaped by her worshipers. If the two triangles that make up the "star of David" are pulled apart, it makes the hourglass shape. Hagars, I claimed, are using the "star of David" in colors reversed from the Israeli flag, and Hagars are now tracing to an old name of the Siret. While Wikipedia removed an image of the perfect hourglass shape of the goddess, I think I can see it in the image below saved to my files. It's from the Wikipedia section entitled, Mother Goddess Figurines at the article, "Religion and ritual of the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture."

The same page still shows a so-called "hourglass design" on a pot, but this does not show the goddess with it. I've saved this to me files too:

Ask: why would Wikipedia remove an image of the goddess having the hourglass shape cleanly visible? Is the Internet running out of room? Is someone online disclosing something about it that someone else doesn't want the world to know?

See the "flory" cross used by Rosicrucians at the article below, the type used by the Bouillon surname, and then see Francis Bacon in the article, for Belli's and Bacons are related according to heraldry, and Bouillons use a "bello" motto term. On my atlas, there is a Bouillon location (to the north-east of the Ardennes province), inside Belgium, and next to a FLORENville location that can explain the "flory" cross of Bouillons.

The article says the Gene Roddenbury was with AMORC, and that's from the Roden/Rodham surname expected in the Rus line.

Inside Ardennes, off the Aisne river, a Buzency location is beside a Buz-suspect VOUSiers location on the Aisne, and then not far down the Aisne toward Bouillon is a Le Chesne location, that being of the Cheney bloodline (footless martlets in colors reversed from the Joseph martlets). But I had traced the Cheneys to the Sale's and Salemans and therefore to Saluzzo, beside Busca in Piedmont, explaining why George Bush chose Dick Cheney as his right-hand accomplice. Aha, just as I'm in the throes of suggesting a Buzancy trace to Buzau, the Chesney's/Cheneys were loaded to find a 'PRUDentia" motto term!!! The Cheney martlets are in the colors of the Busher/Boschier lions. Compare "Boschier" to "Vouziers."

The Chaine/Chesne/Chenay Coat uses an erect sword. It was formerly perfectly erect, and was using the white wing of Masci's, first found in Piedmont (location of Busca).

I've been mentioning the "trepidum" motto term of Trists/Triss' for years as part of the Trypillians, but not until now have I realized the possible value in a Trusesti location about 10 miles from Moldavia's Saveni. Trists/Triss' use a rose, the main Rosicrucian symbol. Like the Rodans, Rutherfords, and Rutlands, Trists use "nec" in their motto (reminder, Rodans/Roddenburys were first found in the same place as Manners using the Munt peacock design). The seven stars of the Trists is of a favorite Rosicrucian number. There is a question as to whether Tresure's can apply with Trists, especially as they were first found in the same place as Savone's/Savins.

The Foss' are said to be, not only from a Shepton location, but a Doulton, and the Doultons (green dragon, Tresure symbol) use a "Tristus" motto term, thus allowing a Foss trace to Focsani. But as Fossano is on the Tanaro river, look and see that Doultons use the same lion as the Fallis', said possibly to be from "Falaise." The other Doulton motto term traces to Fiddle's/Fidelows (from Vis-de-Loop), and they use wolves.

There is a Truss surname (in Payne colors) using another label, said to be from a Payne character, important because it helps to verify that label-using Panico's are a Payen bloodline.

Look at who ruled the household of typical Trypillians, for the Scandinavian Sitone's (neighbors of Sevan-suspect Svione's) mentioned by Tacitus were matriarchal too:

Trypillian culture derives its name from the village of Trypillia in Ukraine where artifacts of this ancient civilization were first discovered. Archeological excavations show that as early as 5,000 B.C. these ancient agrarians settled in the forest steppe in areas of the upper Dniester river on the west with later settlements found up to the middle Dnipro on the East.

Trypillian society was matriarchal, with women heading the household, doing agricultural work, and manufacturing pottery, textiles and clothing. Hunting, keeping domestic animals and making tools were the responsibilities of the men.

It sounds just like the Amazons, from Trabzon. Trypillia is shown on a map at the article above to be smack beside Kiev (I have never seen this, nor known this location, before), and that reminds me of my trace of the Hebron/Hepburn motto term, "Keep," to lines into / out of Kiev. That is, the HEPburns (central rose again) were a Keep line in relation to "Kiev," but the point here is, the full Hepburn motto is "Keep Tryst"!!! It was that motto that caused me to look up the Trysts (central rose) in the first place. I have never had the solid proof until now that the Keep surname is for Kiev elements, nor have I had solid proof until now that "trepidum" is a code for Trypillians. Lucky for me, I was correct. Plus, I identified Rosicrucians years ago as Varangian Rus, lucky for me and my readers once again.

It appears that Rosicrucians love their Hepburn bloodline. Does it go back to Abraham and Keturah?

The Hebrons/Hepburns are said to be from CHILLingham, and the Chill/Child Coat can be gleaned to apply. The point is, the Scotts, who are now tracing as Shutz liners to an alliance with Bass'/Basons from the Baseu river, are said to be from a Chilham castle. The CATHERine wheels of the Scotts should trace (if I'm lucky) to Biblical KETURah, the other wife of Abraham. He lived in Hebron, you see, meaning that peoples of Hebron, likely Amorites and Anaki, were in the regions under discussion. "Annas" may even link back to Anak of Hebron. Note how "ANGitia" smacks of "Anak," for while the Angitia snake traces to Sugaar, the Amorites had a Mari location as their Babylonian capital. Do the Basque owners of Mari and Sugaar trace to Bass elements now tracing to the Baseu?

Wikipedia, which can often be anti-educational, shallow, evasive, or even covert in certain regards, doesn't even mention Trypillia when expressing the full coverage of Trypillian regions, but says, "centered on modern-day Moldova." Shouldn't it have been centered at Trypillia? It goes on: "The majority of Cucuteni-Trypillian settlements consisted of high-density, small settlements (spaced 3 to 4 kilometers apart), concentrated mainly in the Siret, Prut, and Dniester river valleys."

Of further interest, which I have discovered only after tracing the strips of lozenges to Trypillian regions, is this: "Burada [smacks of Burridensi] and other scholars from Iasi, including...George Diamandy, subsequently began the first excavations at Cucuteni in the spring of 1885." I know by heart that the Diamond surname uses a string of lozenges, and, besides, the hourglass shape is two diamonds = lozenges.

Now look at how these diamonds can trace to "Sithech." The English Diamonds use ermines in their white-on-red diamonds, a symbol used by Thicks/THECKs whom I view as using the ermined lozenges of the English Shaws because they are said to be from "SiTHECH." The Hilts/Hyatts seem to be honoring the Dents in their motto, and Dents (from SEDburgh) use white-ermined lozenges too, in colors reversed from the Shaw lozenges. The Shaw lozenges (i,.e. their colors) fill the entire Shield of the Dannet/Donet Coat, and Dents are said to be from "Denet."

The Dannets are said to be from D'Anet in Normandy, which could be an Annas line. There are several Dan-like surnames first found in the same place (Sussex) as Saddocks/SEDwicks, including Dans, Diens, Deins, Dane's, Danners and Daniels. There is an Anet/ARNett Coat (erect sword in Crest) using stars in colors reversed from the Annas/ARNess stars, thus clinching the link. The Anet/Arnett surname was from Kinross-shire, near Angus, thus helping to link the Annas/Arness stars to the Angus-surname stars. The Anets were at Fife-shire, and then the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annas' is colors reversed from that of Fife's.

The Anet crescent is in the colors of the Dein crescents, and it's red, the color of the Seaton crescents. The Anet motto may suggest linkage to the Annan(dale) and Fife mottoes, and the Anet chevron (used in the Munt format) is in the colors of the Annandale saltire.

Now read the following, asking whether Donnus applies to the Anet / Danet bloodline:

Marcus Julius Cottius was king of the Ligurian tribes inhabiting the mountainous region now known as the Cottian Alps early in the 1st century BC He was the son and successor of King Donnus, who had previously opposed but later made peace with Julius Caesar.

I have never read that the Cotta-surnamed mother of Julius Caesar was from the line of this king Cottius. Why was the latter also named, Julius??? As the Cotta line through Caesar is being traced to the birth of Caiaphas, might "Donnus" be from D'Annas in the way "Anet" formed the Annas-related Danetts? The Donnas/DANESE surname was first found in Piedmont, the Italian side of the Cottians, where Cottius ruled and lived. I've only just learned that the Donnas surname comes up as DANNAS! I have little idea as to where to link its nine vertical bars. That's the only heraldic clue of this surname.

Donnus and Cottius ruled from a Segusio location that uses a gate and towers.

Numidians of the Siret?

Let's now go back to Blatand BLUEtooth, said to be named after Bla-DENT supposedly meaning "bluetooth" Is that really correct? His father, Gorm, is a term said to mean, "blue," but he may be a mythical code for the Vrm bloodline out of Angusta. I propose that Blatand was of the Dent = Anet bloodline that is now linking to the Angus', which tends to support a Blatand trace to Angusta. Why would a Danish king trace to Angusta. I think we need to ask Swietoslawa, who married Blatand's son. The Sweits (Mouse Tower in Crest?) use stars in the colors of the Annas and Angus stars.

Let's go back to my wild claim that Caiaphas is from Numidians / Carthaginians. Since writing that (yesterday as I write here), something dawned on me. It recalls my trace of Seatons to the Getuli Numidians suspect with a Geta surname. Perhaps it's coincidental, perhaps not, but the Numidian capital, Certa / Tzirta, smacks of "Siret." Could it be that Seaton liners on the Siret were at least part of the Getuli, perhaps from the Getae Thracians, who named Certa after the Siret? Just like that, my wild claim could be proven true with just a little more digging and sniffing around.

The Cert surname is listed with the Cards who smack of Carthaginians. The Cert/Card Crest uses a cloud, likely code for Ixion liners, and they were in the Siret theater. The Cert/Card Coat uses a blue lion with collar, and while Collars share black-skinned Moor heads with Chappes', it just so happens that the blue lion has been a symbol of Joseph Caiaphas. This fact was revealed to me and my readers in a dream-vision of a reader. The relay of this information was so compelling that it became central to my hunt for Caiaphas lines. Only I knew what it meant, partially at the time, while she did not know how to interpret the vision. I knew as soon as she told me that it was the blue Macclesfield lion. She told me that the blue lion was named something like Cappeo. That was the entire vision as relayed to me. Wikipedia had once shown the Arms of Macclesfield with a "copia" motto term because I happened to save it from Wikipedia.

A couple of days later, some intriguing gleanings. The York motto was found with a Cappeo-like term, and Yorks use a blue saltire, as do the Coppers, first found in the same place as Saddocks. It floored me because she owned a "pet" called, Copperchief. Was that a Sign too? Yorks suggested the blue-lion Bruce's of Yorkshire, a line from the Hebraic Eburovices of blue-lion Brescia/Brixia, near the Ananes Gauls (it's the fact that Bruce's of Scotland use the Annandale Coat that proves Ananes trace to Annandale). But it was many months later when I discovered the fabulously-wealthy Caepio family at the bedroom of Julius Caesar, but as yet I have no evidence to trace Caepio's to north Africa.

I can add this, that in northern Cyprus, the island named after copper mining, there was a Lapithus location, and I recall finding a Cyrene entity nearby that can trace Lapiths to Cyrene, in Libya (Copperchief was a horse, Ixion's symbol). It just so happens that the Meshwesh, to which king Massena's name can trace, were "Libyans." Cyprus is what the myth writer(s) chose for the birthplace of Aphrodite, and she traces to "Abruzzo / Abrussi," where I trace the pro-Templar, royal Brusi > Bruce family. As a daughter of Servilia Caepio married a Lepidus surname, might that have been a Lapith line in north-Africa? If so, is it indication that the Caepio's were likewise from north-Africa?

The Cert/Card surname is telling me that some blue-lion family was from Certa. The Massins/Masons of Kent (Ixion-horse area) use a blue lion too (thus the king-Massena line from Certa), as well as Melusine that I found to be a symbol of the Lepidus family (see the Lapp Coat). The Louvains, also first found in Kent, use the Massin/Mason lion while you can find at least one online article showing that the Bruce lion should be from the Belgian location of Louvain. Even the Brabants were first found in Kent, and they share a "cooped" (shortened) symbol with Coppers, and may be using the roses of the Caesars, likewise first found in Kent. There's another black-skinned Moor head in the French Brabant Coat, and this surname was first found in the same place (Maine) as French Josephs.

Why were the first names of the Bruce kings, Robert? Were they of the Robertian > Capet line? English Roberts were first found in Kent, and may be using the Macey chevron. Massins/Masons are also "Macon." The blue Macclesfield lion, in both colors of the Bruce lion, serves as potential evidence that Bruce's linked up with Cheshire, where Maceys and Masseys/Maceys were first found. The "FuiMUS" motto term of Bruces should be part code for the Mus bloodline, and part code for the Flemings as per a fume theme to indicate "flames." I say that because the Flemish Douglas' claim to use the so-called heart of Bruce, while the Few surname (in English-Robert colors) uses a heart. The Louvains were Flemings, I might assume.

Having said that, the Robert chevron can be linked more-directly to the Edward chevron, for Edwards were first found in the same place (Wiltshire) as Few's. The Caepio-suspect Yorks were likewise first found in Wiltshire. But the stags in the Edward Coat suggest Edward the Exile (he was in Hungary) more than king Edward, for stags, the symbol of Hungary, are used by Malcolm's, and then the wife of Malcolm III was a daughter of Edward the Exile (with Agatha). The Malcolms even share a white-on-blue saltire with Yorks, and you can glean that the Callam variation of Malcolms is of the Hallam surname (Yorkshire) using the blue-on-white Bruce lion.

If you understood a key part of that, it's a Robert link to Edward the Exile. Why? What Robert entity linked to Edward the Exile? Could it have been the Worms > Robertian line to Edward's wife, Agatha? There is a Cappeo entity in this Bruce picture, and the Robertians did put out Capets. The blue lion of the Certs/Cards may indicate that the Worms > Capet line was from the Siret river, and that's where Angusta comes in, near the mouth of the Gogi-suspect (i.e. blue and white colors, Bruce / Robert colors) Cogaeonus at the Siret. However, I don't know when the Siret was named.

Let's go back to the idea that the namers of the Siret named Certa with the migration of the Apollo Muses to Cyrene and the establishment of the Meshwesh, also called, Mayzes. The suspicion was that the Seatons of the Siret theater got linked to the Getuli Numidians, and so see the "Capta" motto term of the escutcheon-using Geddes, kin of the Pyke's and Lucys. I kid you not, I traced both Geddes and Lucys to the father of emperor Caracalla before learning that the father was from a Geta name in Numidia / Carthage (I can't recall which). The father and Caracalla were stationed in Yorkshire fighting the Picts. What a coincidence.

Do you think that the Caiaphas line from Certa entered York at that time as the proto Geddes, to be picked up later by the Bruce's? Yes, for the proto-Geddes Geds were on the Nith Dumfries, where Annandale is located, where Bruces came to live.

The Geddes are said to be a merger with the Rose's at Ross-shire, and the Rose's (a harp / lyre) are said to be merged with the Bosco family, which traced to Busca, and now to the Buzau tributary of the Siret! I did NOT have that in mind when suggesting that a proto-Getuli peoples on the Siret migrated to Certa. I treated the Geddes at length some months ago, and traced them to the Getuli but did not understand how the Seatons connected to the Getuli. I've been looking for it ever since.

At the bottom of the Rose page, the Rose clan badge is shown, and it's a "chapeau," owned originally (likely) by the Capelli's, and borrowed by the Bidens/Buttons, first found in the same place as English Josephs.

The Massins/Masons lived in a part of Kent inhabited by some Shawia Numidians, and while the Shawia don't seem to have been Sittaceni, the Sithech term of Shaws seems to be in relation to a Shaw merger with a Seth surname. But none of this indicates to me how Caiaphas / Caepio's may have been part of the Numidians. The Massena Coat not only shares the white-on-red patee of the Scheds/Sheds (Seth-like name), but gold-on-blue Zionists stars with the German Serts surname. Whose white lion is that in the Serts Coat? It's in the colors of the Massena patee.

Now, compare the Nitt Coat, first found in Dumfries and therefore suspect with a peoples on the Nith, to the PATIE Coat (in the colors of Irish Kilpatricks/PATCHIE's). Both use escutcheons surrounded by white lions, and both use white lions in the Crest!! It could appear here that a Massena line on the Nith was merged with a Patie family there, and indeed the Scottish Kilpatricks had a castle on the Nith.

In Scotland, the white lion belongs to Dougals, perhaps from a Getae > Dacian line.

Can we find evidence in the Kilpatrick symbols for a trace to the Cappeo lion-line? Yes. The black lion, for example, is that of Jewish Levi's. But the "laidir" motto term can trace to LEDERata, near Cuppae (center of map). That latter location was on the Pek, suggesting the Pike kin of Geddes, and, besides, the Peks (in Pike colors) share white-on-red patee crosses with Massena's! Therefore, the fleur-de-lys in the Kilpatrick Crest can be the Masci fleur-de-lys, wherefore note the rare left-to-right direction of the Massena bend, for Masci's use it that way to. (I've just seen for the first time that the Masci wing design has been changed; it now shows a gold wing too, that of the Abreu's/Abruzzo's = proto-Bruces).

Recall that Kerricks were linked to PRESley's/Priestly's (and PRESTbury / PRESTwick) who show two Abreu/Abruzzo symbols, for I felt that "Caracalla" was named by the same entity (the Saraca's of Dalmatia) that named Carricks, and it's known that Carricks played into the line of royal Bruce's. Caracalla had for one of his top trusted advisors the husband of Julia Maesa, and this husband was placed in charge of some Dalmatian region. It is known that the Massena Numidians merged with leaders of the same El-Gabal cult (Emesa in Syria) from which Julia Maesa derived. Caracalla's mother was Julia's sister. Therefore, Numidians were probably in very fact part of what Caracalla left behind in Yorkshire (about 200 AD), and the family that provided Caiaphas is suspect there.

It should be added that, when Hannibal and Hasdrubal invaded the Trebia in 218 BC, Numidian cavalry were in his army. We could also imagine the highest Numidian elite involved in this war one way or another.

French Roses and Ardens were first found in Limousin, founded by Lemnites and therefore suspect with the Kabieri cult. The Kabeiri of Lemnos were on the Hebros, location of Arda. The Ardens, using a sun, a symbol of Romania and other areas within it, look like they may be using the thin Serts' chevron. This picture recall's mythical Iasion/Iasius, founder of the Kabeiri, and suspect at the naming of Iasi, on the Siret river.


The rest of the Gog-in-Iraq story is in PART 2 of the
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