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Julius Caesar as Grandfather of Joseph Caiaphas
It Really Cott Be True

I didn't learn that the last update was inaccessible until after the week was out. I really need to be more careful when typing the address codes. The page is accessible now.

I have found a very dumb man with a Joseph surname, but his law suit is very welcome for making an exceptional point:

Astrobiologist Dr. Rhawn Joseph has filed a lawsuit against NASA and its administrator, Charles Bolden, for failing to investigate the donut-shaped rock photographed by the Opportunity rover. The rock was not visible in previous photos taken at that location.

"The refusal to take close-up photos from various angles, the refusal to take microscopic images of the specimen, the refusal to release high-resolution photos is inexplicable, recklessly negligent and bizarre," Joseph stated in the petition.

Joseph is unhappy with NASA's position, which he calls puzzling, after they released an official statement stating that the rock was "unlike anything we have seen before . . . We are totally confused."

..."Any intelligent adult, adolescent, child, chimpanzee, monkey, dog or rodent with even a modicum of curiosity would approach, investigate and closely examine a bowl-shaped structure which appears just a few feet in front of them when 12 days earlier they hadn't noticed it," his petition said. "But not NASA and its rover team who have refused to take even a single close-up photo."

Ha-ha, Joseph thinks it's a piece of fungus, proof of life on Mars. He's too dumb to realize why NASA doesn't want to investigate the "rock." In fact, the law suit is exposing what NASA badly didn't want exposed: that NASA has not investigated the mystery object, even to check whether it's a rock. Why not? Because, NASA knows that the object is an earthly thing...because the rover is on earth, at an outdoor studio, not on Mars. The object's inexplicable appearance is proof of it. See the story at the top of the 4th update in January.

Someone has found, reportedly, some ancient writings telling of a large circular boat for housing animals two-by-two. The problem is, a Babylonian god ordered the building of this craft...unless it's a hoax.

The message, released already by the Associated Press, will become a televised documentary too, useful for killing the God of Israel, creating doubts in people's hearts concerning the authenticity of the Biblical writ. The first thing of note is that the man who discovered these old writings wears a ponytail. You might imagine a godless humanist to begin with, a neo-Darwinian even, and his words strike as much. The article is from Britain, where all sorts of God-killing hoaxes, including evolution itself, have originated for 200 years or more.

My question is, first off: are the writings reliable, or one of the many expected hoaxes expected as of, well, right now?

A recently deciphered 4,000-year-old clay tablet from ancient Mesopotamia - modern-day Iraq - reveals striking new details about the roots of the Old Testament tale of Noah [the writer has already offended, expect more]. It tells a similar story, complete with detailed instructions for building a giant round vessel [that can't be the Biblical Ark, offense number two] well as the key instruction that animals should enter "two by two."

No more need be said. It's perfect, for destroying belief in the Biblical account of Noah. There can be no mistaking it as the story of Noah, and yet the boat is round, not rectangular. It's exactly the sort of information expected as part of a hoax. It's too perfect, in other words, exactly what's expected from a fruit-loop humanist group seeking to Illuminatify the world.

"The tablet went on display at the British Museum on Friday..." Or, is it just a replica? If it's the original, how can anyone study it to check for a hoax? Why haven't we heard of this thing before? "It's also the subject of a new book, 'The Ark Before Noah,' by Irving Finkel, the museum's assistant keeper of the Middle East and the man who translated the tablet." Ah, the museum itself has stakes in this "find."

But what's with the name of that book? Noah lived before the Mesopotamians, so why does the author imply that the round boat was before Noah? The Mesopotamia before the Flood lies thousands of feet below the sedimentary strata of Iraq. Most of the earth is covered by thousands of feet sedimentary strata, defined as geological debris falling to the bottom of an ocean or other body of water. The Flood is what caused the sedimentary strata to fall on the pre-Flood surface of the earth. The Mesopotamians after the Flood, who are the ones that reportedly designed this round boat, lived after Noah. There is no other way to view it, which is why Mr. Finkel is wrong before he even begins.

Mr. Finkel cannot convince those with faith that Noah did not exist, nor that the Flood is a tale, for the sediments on the planet require huge depths of waters. A Flood is logical even on a scientific level. It's people who do not know the Spirit of God who are bound to latch to the evolutionary theory of strata formation. It's an end-time controversy only because a certain breed of the ungodly have made it such. There are many people who do not know God, and yet it does not enter their minds to do battle against those who do believe. But there is a certain breed whose main purposes include the killing God in every one of us. Laughter. But no, they are not kidding. Still, God laughs. So I may as well laugh too.

I understand that waters a few miles deep cannot, under normal circumstances, cause thousands of feet in sediments to pile up, over just one year of time...unless the earth was spewing rock material at every volcanic range. And that's the only logical explanation, because evolutionary time periods in the millions of years are a fraud. Mr. Finkel may shore up the ungodly, and cause them to say to us, "I told you so," but Mr. Finkel cannot rob one person whom God is determined to keep. Don't worry. It's they who should be worried. It's not us who perform tricks and hoaxes to destroy anyone.

Finkel is a Jewish surname, and looks to be of the category of names that provided Vince's/Finch's and even Windsors. The Jewish Finkel Coat is a Shield filled with red-and-gold lozengy, similar to the Winter Coat. The latter uses a shield filled with checks, an Illuminati symbol. Winters and Winders were just treated in the 3rd update of January, and it was then that they were discovered as a branch of Windsors. It's the Windsors who are suspect as leading proponents of British-Israelism.

In the last update, this was added:

Another good point is that, while I had been tracing Porcius Cato to the Fano location, to Font de Villes, Fontana's and Fonts, here is now found the earliest known Gaetani, from a Fondi location. The Fonts-et-al had even linked well to Capitano's/Cattano's. There is a Fondi/Fonts surname (only a white-on-red bend), first found in the same place (Languedoc) as Font/Fond-de-Ville's. As Winders use just a white-on-red bend, it appears that Winders, Winters, and Windsors apply to the Fond/Font bloodline.

That Gaeta-Fondi entity was found to be from the Israeli priests who killed Jesus. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

The Associated Press should be ashamed of itself for this article:

Finkel got hold of [the tablet] a few years ago, when a man brought in a damaged tablet his father had acquired in the Middle East after World War II. It was light brown, about the size of a mobile phone and covered in the jagged cuneiform script of the ancient Mesopotamians.

So why isn't the man's name reported who originally owned the tablet, and why isn't the date given for the transfer to Finkel? Shouldn't Associated Press press for details around the transfer before doing such a juicy story on behalf of all God killers? The article fashions the story like candy, as if it wasn't from a major news organization, but rather from an accomplice of God killers. Finkel says:

"I'm sure the story of the flood and a boat to rescue life is a Babylonian invention," he said.

He believes the tale was likely passed on to the Jews during their exile in Babylon in the 6th century B.C. And he doesn't think the tablet provides evidence the ark described in the Bible existed. He said it's more likely that a devastating real flood made its way into folk memory, and has remained there ever since.

There you go, Associated Press not reporting a story, but sharing the godless preconceptions of a humanist. The author of the article is Jill Lawless. The Scottish Lawless/Lovelass surname can be gleaned from Shawia Numidians. The "numine" motto term is the first clue. The gold garbs in the Chief, a common symbol of the Caiaphas line out of Africa (Wheats use them), are called "wheatSHEAVES," a special indication that the Sheaves/Shaws and Sheaves/Chiapponi's, as well as the Chives'/Shives" out of Chivasso, are involved in the Lawless bloodline. The knight in the Lawless Crest looks like his helmet has plumes of feathers, symbol of Herod Archelaus' coins.

What sort of pirate would adopt a Lawless surname? English Lawless' use three gold-on-blue grails, the symbol of one Shaw Coat. English Shaws show the "Vincit" motto term tracing to da-Vinci God killers, and then these same Shaws were first found in the Berkshire, where Windsor Castle sits. The Lawless surname is even said to be from "laighLEIS," suggesting the Lys/Lise surname that da-Vinci honored in his Mona Lisa. Here's the Vere Shield in colors reversed, and a wyvern dragon, in the Leighton/Layton/Laton surname.

Consider how small the tablet is, and yet "two by two" is found upon it? That tells me this tablet is a fraud. Or, perhaps, the phrase has been misinterpreted. Where can we get the entire message on the tablet. I guess Lawless isn't telling. I see that the story has made it to some common folk who are having a party on the "fact" that this disproves the Biblical God. Isn't that a bit hasty? Shouldn't we ask another translator, aside from Finkel, for his version of the story?

There happen to be a slew of articles by Jill Lawless and Raphael Satter. Hmm. Satters are the Setters/Satherthwaite's, and look like a branch of Catters, the latter first found in Berkshire with other cat-associated lines suspect from Porcius Cato, including the Vincent-related Croms/Crums. Moreover, Vincents and Croms/Crums (cat in Crest) share quatrefoils, while "QUATR" (yes, like "Catter") is now tracing to the Quadrellis surname of Norman rulers of Gaeta and Capua (see last update for that). The quatrefoils are used also Eyers/Ayers, suspect in the "ears of wheat" used by Chappes'/Cheaps' and Wheats.

The Irish Lawless Coat even shares the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Satters!!!

Caiaphas as Caesar's Grandson

The Firth of Forth's Fife region is where Saer de Quincy's mother lived. As the Caiaphas line is expected in the Quincy's, while "Fife" is expected to be a term after "Quintus," it suggests that Caiaphas liners go to Shaws of neighboring Perthshire, where Sutys were first found. The Shaws/Shave's with black-on-gold spread eagles, using a version of the Pendragon chevron, can link to the same-colored spread eagles of the Sudys/Side's, you see, and that little additional detail is sufficient to clinch the trace of the "Sithech" ancestry of Shaws to the Sutys and Sudys expected from the satanic cult of the Egyptian Set(h) = Setekh.

The hind in the Shaw Crest is also in the Forth/Fourth Crest, a surname that may have been after a Roman four line in the way that Quintus' were after a five line. The QUADRellis variation of the Quarrels = Drengots is coming to mind. In fact, the Shaw/Shave Coat above with the Sudy/Side eagles uses a trefoil-on-chevron version of the Ayers quatrefoil-on-chevron (both surname uses the same colors), and the Arms of Ayrshire uses a "shaw" motto term. It's what clinch's a trace to "Aures" and "Shawia" to these Shaws of Ayrshire, and meanwhile tends to trace Sadducees to something in Aures. It's as though we should be expecting a Catter-like entity from Aures, and indeed, you are about to see a major discovery that, slap me silly, I should have known before.

The Forth description: "A green hind's head couped, GOUTEE of gold, with a gold collar and line." It's no surprise that Collars use Moor heads, and the crossbow in the Collar Crest takes us to Creusa of Agrigento, and Carricks of Ayrshire. We have the five keys to solve this mystery now. The GOATS in the Shiver/Cheever surname can identify the Shawia line to Sheaves'/Chiapponi's from Gaetuli passing through Agrigento as the Cabrera's, meaning that "Shawia" modified drastically as far as a Cabber-like term that was cleverly made into Capra = goat for the purpose of honoring the Gaetuli bloodline behind the Shawia Numidians.

The two Gabber surnames combined, one of which shares a black-on-white chevron with Shaws and Ayers, are informing me that "Goplo" and "Gabal" are themselves versions of "Shawia." It's not hard to see that "Syphax" and "Sheaves" are similar enough to identify him as a Shawia liner.

The Ayer motto, "Lighter than air," suggests the Lights/Lyte's, who use three swans (always Sadducee-important) in the colors of the three Shiver/Cheever goats, and were first found in the same place, essentially, as Shivers/Cheevers. The Lights/Lyte's (ostrich feathers should link to Carrick ostrich) suggest the Letts, for the latter use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annas' as well as the Annan(dale) saltire, as used in the Arms of Ayrshire, though in colors reversed. The Letts are honored in the "annulet" symbol used, for example, by Ottone's, and the latter use a chevron in the colors of the Cottone chevron, a surname using "hanks of COTTON."

It can't be a coincidence, now, that Hanks (suspect with Guerra's) are also "Anke." It's the Anaki, right? It is extremely important that Letts were first found in the same place a Julians/Gillians, for the latter will shortly be discovered as a line of Cottins. Slap me silly for not getting this earlier. It's important that Hanks were first found in the same place as Cappers/Capelli's, not just because Julians were first found in the same place as two Cap-using surnames, and not just because the duo are highly suspect with Caiaphas and Annas smack where Julius Caesar is tracing, but because Cappers were from a Caux location, jibing with the Chaucer / Chalk topic shortly below.

Before leaving the Ayer topic, let me remind that the Ayer / Heyer / Eyer surnames are suspect with "Hagar" of Perthshire, who use the Zionist star suspect with the Israeli flag, in the colors of the same star used by GOTHS. This star is in Cottone / Ottone colors probably for a Chappes-Julian reason. The namers of Ayrshire are suspect with Leirs/LAYER tracing to the Liri river (into which the Gari flows).

Don't under-estimate what's being birthed here, a Julian-Caiaphas monster. It's beginning to look as though the Son of God was offered up by a grandson of Julius Caesar.

You will see that Julius Caesar's Cottin line traces to Segni elements with zero doubt. It's important because Segni is smack beside Anagni, which can verify that Hanks/Anke's named Anagni, for Segni is on the Gari river while Hanks share gold-and-blue bendy with Guerra's. This has the effect of tracing Guerra's to the namers of the Gari. It then traces Guerin of Provence to the Gari, but this is important for the discussion at hand because Guerin was a Gellone surname suspect with Julians/Gillians. THUS, the family and/or ancestry of Julius Caesar traces to Segni, about 25 miles south-east of Rome.

Wikipedia does not pin-point Tusculum, locating it in the Alban hills. In the Alban Hills article, they are said to be 12 miles south-east of Rome. It means that the Porcius' were very near Segni and Anagni. Tusculum is suspect as the chief aspect of the Revelation dragon because I trace it to the Dascylus > Gyges line of Lydians. I've just learned that Quints were from Tusculum: "Several of the chief Roman families were of Tusculan origin, e.g. the gentes Mamilia, Fulvia [Fulberts" Fullers?], Fonteia [Fondi's ect.?], Juventia, Oppia, Coruncania, Quinctia [same as "Quintus"}, Rabiria, Javonelia, Cordia, Manlia, Furia [as per "vair fur"?] and Porcia; to the latter belonged Marcus Porcius Cato the Elder, who was born at Tusculum in 234 BC."

It just so happens that the Cappers of Caux were at Ayncourt, while Ayncourts share the checkered Shield of Guerin-suspect Warrens. Then, the Wear bend is colors reversed from the Alban bend, while Wears use the crosslet design of Julians/Gillians. Albans are traced in their write-up to "ALBIN." As Guerins founded Scots proper through an "ELVIN princess" (Melusine), it now stands to reason that the earlier name of Scotland, Alba, was from a peoples honoring the Alban area at Rome, perhaps as a result of the British invasion by Julius Caesar.

Melissena Rangabe was a Cohen, in my opinion, which should explain the checks of Warrens. That is, as Fers/Ferrats use the Cohen Coat, while Guerin of Provence was involved with Melissena, the Warrens are using a version of the Fer / Cohen Coat. But as Ayncourts use the Warren Coat, it starts to become evident that the Cohens, probably rooted in "Kagan," were named due to the priestly line of Cappers / Capelli's entering their bloodline.

The Kagan surname is listed with Jewish Cohens, and Kagans may be suspect with Julian-related Teague's showing Cage-like variations. Zowie, the Cage surname was loaded only after writing that, to find them first found in the same place as Julians! If the Cage's are using the Gate Shield, it suggests that Gate's merged with Cohens, which once again links Caiaphas lines with Gaetuli suspects.

I'm saying that Melissena Rangabe (half Khazar) got involved with the Alban surname, explaining why Nicholas de Vere placed her mythically in Scotland, and then claimed that Vere's were involved in the royal Picts and Scots. As I know that Drake's link to Abruzzo elements, it's important that Albans were first found in Evreux (beside or amongst the Chappes'), location of Dreux. The Dreux Crest shares a bull head with the Alban Crest, and Dreux's were first found in the same place as Julians/Gillians. Thus, the Albans link to the Dreux / Drake bloodline, explaining why mythical Melusine was a dragon.

The Weir/Vere write-up traces the surname to AUBri de Vere (patriarch of the Oxford Vere's) while the earliest-mentioned Alban surname is AUBen (of Devon). You will see later why "Ox(ford)" and "Gyges" are suspect with Og, the Biblical giant at Jerusalem. It suggests that Og gave the ox symbol to some, which may be in play in the Alban bull head. In that case, Og liners are tracing to the Alban area at Rome, which recalls that Hercules, after taking the cattle (oxen) of Geryon (Gorgons?) in the far West, took them back to Greece, but got involved in a war at Rome on the way, where he fought against a mythical Cacus. The term smacks of Chaucers, or the Gogi of Caucasia, and "Og" may apply.

This myth may also trace "Geryon" to the naming of the Gari river. I'm very open to that idea. It was the Romans who added the Cacus account to the Geryon myth, perhaps due to knowing that Geryon elements named the Gari. The Romans located Cacus at Aventine Hill (in Rome), interesting because Avens/Avons use the Gate lion design and share a stag in Crest with Cage's, while Cage's use the same split Shield of Gate's. In this picture, "Cage's" look like "Cacus" elements. Teague's, by the way, are suspect as Togarmites. Teague's and Caige's are septs of McLeods, who use a bull.

But wait. Didn't Cage's seem to be Kagans? How could they be from "Cacus," therefore, who pre-dated Khazars by many centuries? One solution: "kagan" was named after the same as "Sagan" i.e. from Segni on the Gari! German Sage's/Sagers use checks, and by now it appears very evident that Sage's and Cage's were both Segni elements. English Sage's were first found in the same place (Devon) as Tokers/Tookers, suspect as a branch of Teague's/Caige's.

Khazars claimed to be Togarmites, you see, even while their kagans (= priest-kings) had Jewish royalty. Some say that the Tiber through Rome was named after Tubal, in Caucasia. Ezekiel 38 locates Togarmah in the "far north," and Tocharians were north of the Caspian sea, where Khazars lived too. Romans were founded by Trojans, and Trojans were founded by mythical Teucer, son of salamander-like Scamander. Sagans share the salamander with Julians/Gillians. In other words, we may just have found the origin of Khazars in mythical Cacus, important because I traced proto-Khazars to the Casey looking like it's from the Roman Cassius surname.

To put it another way, the Cassius surname, suspect as proto-Khazars, was from the Cacus entity. The Cassino/Cassius surname happens to use blue Zionist stars, the color of the same in the Israeli flag. Rothschilds, who founded modern Israel, were in-part from Khazars. I'm very happy with this solution, suggesting that Khazars were a Julian line, which should explain why "Khazar" smacks of "Caesar."

As Avens/Avons/Evands even come up as "Avent," we now have good reasons fro tracing Romans at Aventine Hill to Avon at Bristol, which is just off the border of southern Wales, important for the trace of Geryon to Erethlyn of northern Wales. It explains why Ladon, the dragon, was made a part of Geryon themes in the far-West. Wales, by the way, in case you're getting the impression that it was related to same stock as founded Khazars, was founded by Caucasians too, by Cimmerians, from Gomer, father of Togarmah.

Let's go back to the "goutee" code in the Forth write-up, assuming that Forths were from the Quadrellis / Quarrel = Drengot bloodline involved with Gaeta. The Drengots are suspect with Drigs and Triggs, both using a lion in the colors of the Ripper lion, while the latter show as a merger with Julian-related Teague's. It just so happens that Julius Caesar will trace as hard as Og's skull to the Riparia river. Triggs were first found in the same place (CAMBRidgeshire) as Julians, and Drigs were first found in Cimmerian-suspect Cumber.

The Forth description can suggest that Gouts/Goughs and Gouty's/Gowdys/Gadie's (trefoils) are from Gaeta. The latter surname was first found in Lothian, after all, meaning that Goutys should be a part of the Seaton Gate-Yate line. Keep in mind that while Seatons use a dragon breathing flames, Julians and Sagans use a salamander in flames. We should be viewing Sagans from "Cacus." Right? Yes, and Cage's use the Gate Shield. Somehow, whatever Cacus represented, it was linked to Gaetuli.

The Gough variation of Gouts suggests Gog lines merged with Gouts. The Googe's/Googhs/Gooch's (boars) should apply here, but it's important that Gaeta's Latins must trace to Caucasians / Circassians of the lake-Sevan area, where Gogarene and Soducena were located. Soducena / Sittaceni elements must trace to Gaeta; that's my rule, which the evidence supports to a Fair degree. Caucasian-suspect Chaucers share a "tortoise" with the Goutys/Gowdys/Gadie's. How about that. The TORToise can be code for the Toreatae Caucasians from the same Maeotis tribes as the Sittaceni.

It's the Chaucer-related Chalkers (wavy bars, Suty symbol) who use a swan for a trace back to lake Sevan. In this picture, the Chaucer bend can trace to the same of Fondi's and Fairs; the latter were first found in the same place (Burgundy) as Gouts/Goughs. How about that. Fondi is just a dragon flame from Gaeta.

The Goods, reflecting the Goodie variation of Gouty's, were first found in the same place, Kent, as Chaucers and Chalkers. Kent was found to be heavily-laden with Numidians, some of which can be suspect as Gaetuli. The gold garb is shared by Gouts and German Goods/Guts. As Heslingtons just traced to Hasdrubal, it's notable that the Heslington chevron and surrounding symbols are in the colors of the same of Gouty's/Gowdy's. Shapley's, first found in Devon with other lines now clinched from the Israeli priests, use a chevron in colors reversed. The Shapley chevron is used by Tallis', and by Settle-related Stars that link well to Shettle's using the weaver's shuttle, wherefore it's apparently Gout-important that Weavers/Webers use a "GOTT segne" motto phrase (!!) while English Webers have a "talis" motto term.

Masons did nothing for the world but set themselves over us by murder, if necessary, and in their spare time they meticulously devised an heraldic system studded with codes. God will use this system against them, for it shows that they took pride in being descended from the murderers of Christ.

Let's not forget that Gouts / Goutys are in-topic from the Suty / Sudy discussion, for the Seaton motto, "Hazard yet FORward," may be honoring the Forths with the goutee code.

The Caesar surname likes roses (six of them, in two sets of colors), what Jays/Gai's place on their bend in the colors of the bend of Fairs / Fondi's / Chaucers. You understand that "Chaucer" was suspect with "Caesar" ever since the Cacus discussion. I didn't look at the Cake surname until now, finding that it's also "Cacabred," and first found in the same place as Julians! Cake's use one large fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Cocker/Cocket fleur-de-lys. The latter surname was first found in Norfolk, where Segni elements are expected besides those of Seagars / Sawyers.

The Case/Casse bend is colors of the Chaucer bend (the latter bend is both red and white on white and red). The black bendlets of the Case's could belong also to the same of Kays/Keys, quite possibly a Jay/Cai branch, therefore. The Kaiser surname is also KEYser.

Aha! The other English Key Coat uses the Teague chevron design!!! I've known it before, but it now means that Keys are, likely, a branch of Kaisers/Keysers, and therefore of Caesars. This may trace Keys to any Caesarea location.

Chaucers and Chalkers were first found in the same place as same-colored Caesars. On the father of Julius Caesar: "Caesar was married to Aurelia Cotta, a member of the Aurelii and Rutilii families, and had two daughters, both named Julia " Cotta??? One can see here that "Caesar" was not a mere title, but a surname.

The Rutulians were at Ardea, and as Carians were just found nearby on the Gari, the Roets use the sleeping Kern/Karen moon can trace to Rutulians. If this makes Geryon a Carian, I'm open.

The Aurelia surname uses Zionists stars in the colors of the Goth star, tending to verify that Goths were Cotta's. Consider what it should mean that British royals today are from Saxe-Gotha?

Clicking to the article on the dictator's grandfather: "Gaius Julius Caesar was a name used by men of the gens Julia in ancient Rome...Gaius was one of the three most common praenomina (first names) for the Julii Caesares, the other two being Lucius and Sextus." How interesting that roses, the only symbol in the Caesar Coat, are used as the only symbol by Sach's/Sax's, a surname that could be from the Sextus'.

Rose's in Sax-rose colors are in the Chief of Satters, first found in the same place (Lancashire) as the Saxons/Septons who use what looks like scarlet CHAPlets. As Saxons/Septons share bendlets without bends with Orells, likewise first found in Lancashire, while Aurelia's are also "ORILLia," it would seem that Orells and Saxons/Septons definitely apply to any or all lines of Julius Caesar. Black bendlets were seen above in the Caesar-suspect Case and Key surnames.

If Geryon was a Carian entity, he becomes suspect with Cronus > Saturn > Satricum line, not forgetting that Saturn founded Anagni. As could be expected, the Uranus > Cronus > Zeus line was that of giants, the Anaki included. It's been years (not now for convenience) since tracing "Uranus" and "Cronus" to Horites of Edom, from Haran of Mesopotamia (there were Horites also in Mesopotamia). I therefore traced Uranus to mythical Horus, while his father, Osiris, was identified with "Seir," for Seir-ians were Horites. This was the Lotan dragon cult from way back in Esau's day, which must of course trace through the seven-headed Lotan dragon of Seir-suspect Syria, and finally to Latins. It truly upholds the book of Revelation as a Divine work, doesn't it?

I now find that Horatii and Curiatii were peoples of ancient Alba LONGA, at the founding of the Romans by Aeneas. Alba Longa named the Alban Hills. "Geryon" may have been from the Curiatii, not forgetting the Geryon, others say, was at A Coruna in northern Spain, a location smacking of "Cronus," though mythical Coronis on Patmos (where Revelation was written) likely applies. The two-headed dog of Geryon then looks like Remus and Romulus, whom Romans depicted as Wolves.

The Curetes of Crete come to mind with "Curiatii" because Minoan Cretans conquered into Miletus and other Carian locations. Patmos is off the coast from Miletus, and also near Kos, where Edomites are expected. The city of Chora on Patmos represented by mythical Coronis, the Apollo crow, to be linked to the two wolves of Rome suspect as Apollo-wolf lines. It is a very good theory to trace Curiatii and Geryon to "Chora," isn't it?

Coronis was a Lapith now suspect to the Lepidus surname, and she was made mythically the mother of the owl-associated Asclepios cult. Kos is suspect with the Kos-owl cult of Edom. Thus, it seems that the Horites of Edom, and the Esau-Lotan line, passed though Kos and Patmos, and so, indeed, Roman Patricians may have been named after Patmos elements.

Curetes are known to have been associated/related to Telchines of Rhodes, and as that island was off the Carian coast, and said to be named after roses, it tends to trace the Caesar roses to Rhodes...where Rutulians ought to trace. As I expect "Herod" to be from both "Horite" and "Rhodes," I imagine that Herods came forth from Horatii.

It may be Donnus-important below that Rhodes was inhabited by Danaans. The Rhodian city of Kamiros was founded, quite apparently, by the Gamir = Cimmerians...which can explain Caucasians / Togarmites at Rome and at mythical Cacus. Rhodians were made mythically the children of a mythical KERKAphos, Circassian suspects leading to Circe elements at Rome.

The Cretans who invaded and conquered into Caria and Lycia was named, SARPedon, a term that I trace to "Gareb." I identified Garebites with the mythical crow, "corvos" in Greek, and assumed that Garebites took on a Corvo-like term, such as "Sorb." Coronis was a crow and so it seems that the Sarpedon Cretans were at Chora, and that Garebites went as a Chora term from Curetes to the Curiatii. In that case, Caphtor was renamed, Crete, after Garebites.

As Philistines originated on Caphtor, while I had found what looked like Philistine lines at Rome, the Palestrina location, a few giant steps north from Anagni, looks interesting. The Ashkelon location of the Philistines, or even the Eschol valley at Hebron, looks like the origin of "Asclepios," whom I identify as the Scala location on Patmos.

In consideration of the Drig / Trigg surnames: "The gens Curiatia was a distinguished family at Rome...The first of the Curiatii to attain any significant office was Publius Curiatius Fistus, surnamed TRIGeminus, who held the consulship in 453 BC. The gens continued to exist throughout the Republic, and perhaps into imperial times, but seldom did its members achieve any prominence."

Again, the lions in the Drig and Trig Coats are found in the Ripper Coat, and so keep eyes out below for a giant point on the Caesar bloodline.

Variations of the Gouts / Gouty's/Gowdy's could form surnames like, Gower, listed with Gore's. Both use wolves, and both trace to Servitium, where the Servilia name may trace, at the mouth of the Una/Oeneus river that named Juno, the same that named the Junius line to the Junia Caepio's, daughters of Servilia Caepionis. In this picture, "Jungor"-using Meeks and Meakins can be named from "Maezaei," the peoples on or beside the Una river. Scottish Meeks (Fife) share a wolf with the Yonge's, first found in the same place as Gore's...who show a CORE variation. It could look like the Gorsky area at the Una-river theater was named by Curiatii, or that Patmos elements were there.

Tullus enlisted the leading families of Alba [Longa] amongst the patricians, namely the Julii, Servilii, Quinctii, Geganii, Curiatii and Cloelii.

I had no idea until now that the Quintus and Servilii family was closely related to the Julian family at the founding of Rome. As it seemed to be a good theory that 666 was a theme of a cult on Patmos, the 666 bloodline may just go though the Sextus surname, part of the Julius gens. As July became the seventh month, while the eighth month is named after the Octavian liner, caesar Augustus, mythical Juno looks like she's of the number six. The June surname -- first found in the same place as Julians -- used only fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Cocker/Cocket surname, and colors reversed from the Cake/Cacabred surname, likewise first found in the same place as Julians...and Chapmans and Capone's. The Saxons use chaplets. I fully expected the 666 bloodline to be that of Caiaphas, you see. Remind me to mention the Yonge-related Hogens when you see the trace of Julius Caesar to the giant, Og.

Servitium (in the Serbia theater) is highly suspect with "Serbia," and therefore from the Sarpedon line expected through Chora. That works too well not to be true. It means that Gorsky was indeed settled by Chora and Curiatii elements...leading to the Gore and Gower surnames, and therefore to Gouy...of Picardy, where one motto term of Teague's/Caigs traces that surname. Gores share the crosslets used by Julians and Teague's, though not in black-on-white. The Gore crosslets are used in the same colors by Hamburgs and Trips, one of which uses a scala (ladder), you see, code for Scala on Patmos. As Trips use the same boots that French Masseys were showing until last year, it's also clear that Scala elements trace to Messina, location of the Scylla monster. That monster was paired with Charibdis, a Garebite entity...leading to the Arpad Magyars. Remind me to mention Euganeo, and the Ugrians behind the Magyars, when you see the trace of Julius Caesar to the giant, Og.

Unfortunately, if Quintus'/Quinctii were named after the five theme, we don't know, until we find compelling discoveries, what exactly they were at Alba Longa.

The Geganii (from quote above) at Alba Longa smack of the Gogi, and if that be correct, we can expect Soducena elements at Alba Longa too. "The Geganii traced their origin to the mythical Gyas, one of the companions of Aeneas." I didn't know of the Geganii when mentioning earlier that "Sagan/Segan" should trace to "kagan" while Cacus should trace to proto-Khazar Cassius'. Magyars (Huns) got involved with Khazars proper. I have identified Yonge's, and Juno herself, with the line to "Hun > Hungary." German June's/Jungs/Youngs use a stag, symbol of Hungarian roots. In the same way that "MAGYar" may have been from a Magog-ar idea, "Gyas" may have been from a Gygus idea, perhaps the line to mythical Cygnus, the swan line expected from lake Sevan. "Gareb" was from "Jerevan," near lake Sevan. Chaplins use FIVE swans.

The Goths, and the Hagar(d)s of Perthshire, share the white-on-blue Zionist star with Vlads, the latter being an entity in the Joseph motto. The motto is: "Cas ni charo y wlad a'i mago." Moments before seeing it again, I was at the Fort surnames, checking for Forth links. I didn't see anything. But the Italian Forts (using the Ferrari-car logo) trace a FortiBONI surname from Ferrara to Cesena not many miles inland from Rimini. I wasn't very interested in doing a Cesena investigation until noting the "Cas ni" motto phrase of Josephs.

Italian Forts show a FortiGUERRE variation, suggesting Guerra elements in Bononia. As Guerra's share the wyvern dragon with Drake's, it's probably correct to trace Cassens/Cassane's, first found in the same place as Drake's and Josephs, to "Cesena."

We have another interesting topic, for it just so happens that while I've insisted that Guido Guerra was involved with proto-Alans in Forum Allieni = proto-Ferrara, the Fortiboni's/Fortiguerre's use the same fesse as Alans. It's curious, however, as to why the Cassen/Cassane write-up traces to an early Cattesone surname. Perhaps we should ask the "Cautes" motto term of Cattons (Norfolk).

The Boni surname, with many variations including Bononia-like ones, may be using a version of the Catton/Catten Coat, which traced to the Cattolica theater, not far from Cesena.

Going back now to my strange but bold claim that Guido-Guerra ancestry, now suspect with Guerin of Provence, founded the Scots proper, by what coincidence does the Cassen/Cassane motto use "alis" while the Alis and Alpin Coats both share a sword in front of a fur tree? Of extreme interest is that while the Scots were founded at the Moray theater, Pattersons, first found in Ross-shire, beside Moray, have an Irish branch with a Cassane variation.

As the Ross-shire Pattersons share the pelican with Stewarts and Langs, it recalls that proto-Alans in Forum Allieni were traced to Langhe. Therefore, we need to expect Cesena elements, and who knows what else from Italy, at Moray and/or Ross. Perhaps FORTriu at Moray was from the Fortiguerre line.

With Langhe elements involved in the founding of Scots in Alba, we also need to ask whether Langhe and neighboring Alba were from Alba-Longa families. Which families? Why does LANCAshire use the rose? Cautes/Cotta's were first found in LANGUEdoc (I'm open to the possibility that "Languedoc" was NOT named after "language = tongue").

The Patterson write-up seems to be leading us down a rabbit trail when tracing the Casan surname to a definition, "path," and therefore to the Patterson surname as though it was from a "path." Casans are said to be Kissanes to the English, and then Kissane's show as "Guissane," suggesting the Tancred > Guiscard line that was discovered at the early Scot kings of the Duncan kind. There is indication here that Guiscard elements were in Cesena, but, then, Guido's come up as "Guis." It's evoking mythical Gyas," founder of the Gegani.

There is an Irish Gegan surname, said to be from Niall family. It just so happens that Kissane's/Guissane's share the "nihil" term with Vere's (important because Nihills are listed with Neils). Kissane's use a "Forti" motto term that apparently clinches their trace to the Forti's of Cesena.

Hmm, Geggs/Genge's, from an early Geg surname, use CINQUEfoils, perhaps a hint that Quintus' had been Gegani. I know the Geggs from entering the "Gang" motto term of Drummonds, important because Drummonds were Hungarians at Ross-shire, while Hungarians are from Magog-suspect Magyars and Gugar-suspect Ugrians / Ugors. Moreover, Drummonds are Trip kin (both first found in Hamburg), while Kissane's use a "stag trippant," which tends to support a Gegg/Gang trace to Irish Gegans. The Trabzon elements (666 suspects) to which Trips trace were smack beside Caucasia.

The above suggests that Gegani were at Cesena, begging the very-compelling question of whether "Gegan" became Cesan-like. We have something for pinning the Gyas > Gegani line on Guido Guerra's donkey, for while Guido's come up as "Guis," I have been tracing him to Trypillians for months. I'm going to maintain the trace of "Guido" to Gaetuli," however, but it seems that Guido's had merged with Gyas elements.

As Geggs/Gangs were first found in Norfolk, they may be hard-C version of "Segni," and so compare "Gegan" to "Segni." It's suggesting that Anaki and Gogi "giants" were on the Gari river. The Kissane Crest: "A right arm in armor with a silver cuff holding a lizard." A lizard is used also by Garrys, and it may be a version of the Caesar / Segan salamander, but called a "lizard" in honor of Lazards/Sarde's.

Lazards were first found in the same place (Provence) as French Cassens/Gassens. As English Cassens traced to Moray, here we find French Cassens using a Shield filled with Moray stars (so to speak), in the fashion that Fers/Ferrats and several other Vere lines use a Shield filled with checks. It recalls the hunch that Cass terms trace with Cohens from Cacus through to Khazars. The fact that Cassens started with the Cesena location of FortiGUERRE's, while Guerin ruled Provence, means that we definitely have a new key here, made all the more interesting because Alpins come up as "Cappin." Cassens/Gassens may be a branch of duck-using Gas'/Gascons, not forgetting that French Alans (suspect behind Fortiguerre's) use ducks too.

Heraldry is a big world that reduces to a few main lines. It gets easier as the keys pile up, and when you have the main vain tracked. There's little else to do but fill in the remaining gaps, hopefully few, but this Caesar and Gaeta-theater topic has been a huge key. It's where I should have started, had I known what I was doing, yet it's where I'm ending, where we need to be in order to understand why it's the Biblical-dragon bloodline.

I had linked the Point surname in with the Guido-Guerra elements, and then, in the last update, there was a sword with an object said to be at it's "point." It was in the Chapman Crest, described as a "broken LANCE with a wreath on the point." Broke's/Brocks are a branch of Alan>Stewarts, and "lance" should be for Langhe elements. The English Lance Coat (Norfolk, again) is nothing but a fesse, and it's colors reversed from the Alan and Fortiboni/Fortiguerre fesse. Saxons/Septons were first found in LANCAshire, and they use chaplets, same as the wreath above.

So, you see, Chaplets, using five swans, must trace to the same Gegani -- from Gogarene/Gugar, at lake Sevan -- as the Gegani that developed into mythical Cygnus, and Chaplets can be linked, as per the wreath-evidence above, to Chapmans, first found in the same place as Julians, the latter likewise suspect from Gegani (as they developed into Segans). As the Letts use a "banded" term in their description, it suggests mythical Ban/Bant, father of Lancelot, for the Bant surname is also "Ban." It uses only oak leaves, the Alan symbol, but suspect also with "Og." Therefore, the ChapLETS look like a merger with the Annas-honoring Letts. The Lights/Lyte's use a swan too, if that helps to make the case.

Shapleys use another "wreath," and they smack of the Chapley variation of Chaplets.

German Cassens are also "Gassen," and as they use a black sea-horse, the color of the Fortiboni/Fortiguerre horse, I would think that these Cassens likewise trace to "Cesena." Three Cassen surnames are tracing to Cesena quite well, indicating that it was Masonically important. As these surnames are suspect with the stock providing Khazars, it's likely pertinent that sea-horses are used by Togarmite-suspect Tokers/Tookers, and by Irish Cohens (pheons in Pilate-pheon colors).

When I found the proto-Khazar Huns on the Terek river, at the Khazar capital of Kizlyar, it dawned on me that the Cohen checks could be code for Chechnya's people, the Chechens. This modern nation is much like "Gegani."

As Cesena is not far from Fano, I would include the fountain-using Cass'/Cash's/Casts and Kiss'/Cush's into this Cesena picture. Cass' were first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as Chapmans/Chepmans, Capone's and Julians. I await the bombshell proving that Caiaphas was a grandson of Julius Caesar, and tracing forward in time to the Chapman and Capone surnames from Servilia Caepionis.

If Cesena was a Gegani entity, a swan entity, we could expect Caiaphas, as with all Sadducees, to be from that line. That again eggs me toward the idea that Quintus Caepio was a Gegani liner. But as Sadducees proper came out of the Maccabee fog, see this: "The only family of the Geganii during the early Republic bore the cognomen Macerinus, a diminutive of Macer." The Macer surname is listed with Masseys/Macie's. This evokes Ezekiel 38, where Gog is "the chief prince of Rosh, Meshech and Tubal." There is a fundamental Gog element in the Meshech. Place your bets on whether the Caesar roses trace to Rosh elements that moved into Rhodes. It can be reminded here that while Masseys were definitely a branch of Masci's, Maschi's were first found near Cesena. "First found" doesn't usually begin to tell the entire geographical history of a surname.

"Gegan" may evolve to "Casen" by first going to a Gace-like term, and from that the Gace/Wassa surname becomes suspect, for Gace is a location near Ferte-Mace. It's important that Chapmans/Chepmans and Motts both use a large crescent as their only symbol. The Mott write-up seems to be possibly deceptive because I couldn't find a Cotes du Nord in Normandy. There's one in Brittany that's alternatively called, Cotes-d'-Armor. I can't recall the details, but as Motts were traced as Maccabee lines, after 70 AD, to the Touques river (Normandy), where Gace is located, it's completely interesting that the thin double fesse bars used by MonMOUTHS and Mauds are used also by Gace's/Gassons, who are the proto-Washington Wassa surname. The Gasson variation is now suggesting links to Cassen/Gassen elements. Washingtons were first found in Lancashire, where the broken lance of Chapmans likely goes.

In this picture, Washington DC was named after Gog, perhaps explaining GEORGE Washington, for Caucasian Georgians to this day still use "Gogi" as a personal name.

If Rothschilds are from Khazars, we could expect a Rothschild to become end-time Gog. It's a theory I've keep in a back pocket in case Gog doesn't turn out to be a Russian. I believe that there must be a drive in the Rothschild camp to take control of Russia again. I'm not sure whether Putin is a pro-Rothschild or Rothschild pawn, but I've seriously doubted it.

The German Gas'/Gascons suggest a Gauzlin possibility, and as Gauzlin of Maine traced to Jocelyns/Gocelyns, by what coincidence are the latter the ones using the motto, "Faire MON devoir," and using yet another Chapman-suspect "wreath"?? The Jocelyn write-up is the one tracing to the Bohun surname (listed with Bone's), suspect with Fortiboni's that started this Cesena discussion. But anything of heraldry from Bononia is also suspect with Hasmoneans / Maccabees.

Now, as I traced "Wassa" to the ancient Mitanni capital, Wassukanni, is it a further coincidence that Hasmoneans lived at Modi-in? We just saw Wassa elements tracing to HasMONeans of the Maud / Mon kind by other methods, but here we have an argument that traces Wassa elements to Modi'in itself. It's a good argument for tracing Washingtons to Cesena, or at least its namers. Modena is not very far, about 75 miles, from Cesena. The American eagle might be the one in the Mitten/Mouton Coat. The surname is also "MYRTon," perhaps explaining why Motts come up as "Morte."

Entering "Goce" for seeking Gocelyn kin, the Jeckells come up. Recall "Gokce," the alternative name of lake Sevan. "Cossel," like "Gocel(yn)," gets the Cassels sharing three red chevrons with the Cassens. There you have good evidence that Gauzlin liners can apply to Cesena's namers. As Meschins/MASCULine's were from Meshech, note that the first Meschin was a Goz on his mother's side. I'll bet Goz' and Gace's were all on the Touques river. I've read that Goz' were also "Gois," a surname with a swan in Crest, seven MASCLE's in the Coat (same as Quincy's), and first found in the same place as Julians. The Gois mascles are filled with vair fur in the colors of the Quint fur, and the surname even shows as "Gysse / Giss," just like mythical "Gyas," founder of the Geganii surname. One cannot get much-more Biblical-dragon than that, as it slipped out of Rome, a snake in the grass, Gog.

The Jocelyn Crest is a talon, suggesting the Talons that look like they are using a version of the Capone Coat. As Gauzlin ruled where French Josephs were first found, have we not truly found lines of Joseph Caiaphas of the Caepionis kind in Chapmans and Capone's?

After writing all that, I tried "Casen" to see what it would bring up, when the idea of "Hasen" came to mind, which brought up the same Coat as "Has," a surname first found in the same place (Bavaria) as Cassens/Gassens and Cassels. Thus, Cesena may have been named by the peoples who named Hasmoneans. They ought to be viewed as Cesena-moneans. It just so happens that Cassino's/Casano's/Cassius' were first found in Modena!!!

The potential here is that Hasmoneans (to be distinguished somewhat from the later Maccabees) were founded by the line of Cassius Longinus and his wife, Junia Tertia Caepionis.

It just so happens that Hassans are traced in their write-up to more cattle plop, taking us for fools. Hassans/Hasons (in Cassino/Casano colors) are said to be named after the deer, but as they use lozenges in colors reversed to the Hind lozenges, that's how we can re-vamp their crap into something useful. Shaws, who trace to Caiaphas, use a hind. Lozenges in the colors of the Shaw lozenges are used by Astons, whom were just accessed by entering "Assan." That's a match! Shaws are the ones using the "mean" motto term that gets the Means/Megans/Meakins, suspect at the founding of Maccabees.

Aha! German Ash's/Aschens use triple chevrons in colors reversed from the same of Cassans! This is all new to me. The Cassans are the one's using an "alis" motto term, while Alis' use the Casey eagle design as well as sharing a "Vincit" motto term with Shaws. The Caseys look like a branch of Scottish Cassels, which evokes HESSE-Cassel. Cassels show a key, symbol of the Chives/Shives / Sheaves / Shaw/Sheaves line.

There are two reasons to identify English Cashmans/Casselmans/Cassmans as a Herod line, wherefore ditto for Cash's/Cass'

"Hus" gets the Houstons/CUIStons, with martlets in the colors of the Joseph martlets. It looks like there are many elements from the same who named Cesena while using C-less variations. The Essenes, and Assisi, are definitely coming to mind with such variations...not at the root of Cesena's namers, but as an offshoot, forming the Essenes proper of Qumran at roughly the same time that Maccabees issued from the same. With Maccabees issuing from Meshech, doesn't "QUMRan" strike us as a Gomer term? Couldn't "Cassius" have named Assisi, in Gomer-suspect Umbria? How could Ezekiel possibly have known, from his human wits alone, that Israel would be infested with the Gog elements that he alone, of all the prophets, stressed?

Junia's husband, says Wikipedia, was known simply as "Cassius." He died in 44 BC, about 20 years (I'm guessing) before Caiaphas was born. His surname is listed with Cassino's. "Longinus, also called Cassius in some traditions, a name in Christian tradition for the Roman soldier who pierced the side of Jesus Christ " Hmm. Gog from Alba Longa kills the Son of Man.

As T-version "Segni" elements were suspect with the naming of the Ticino, where the Marici lived, note: "The Geganii used the praenomina Titus, Lucius, Marcus, and Proculus." Some Mark surname use checks, like the Gegani-suspect Cohens. I have no argument in tracing Gog to the Ticino. I'm wondering why the 'g' follows the 'f' in the alphabet, or why 'gh' at the end of words are sometimes an 'f' sound. Could lake Fucino of the Marsi have been a Gugino entity? Lake Sevan was known by a similar name, and then Fussen has a Schwangau castle (named after the swan) controlled by Cohen-related Hohens.

Historical names of the lake are Gegharkuni...Sea of Gegham...On Russian map of 1902 the name of the lake is given as "Gokce or Sevanga". The name Sevan literally means "Black Van" referring to Lake Van. It is said that long ago, Armenians came from the areas around Lake Van to Lake Sevan.

Van was the location of Tarun and Mus. It was ruled by a king Rusa who I'm tracing to the Caesar roses. Yes, I'm tracing the Caesar roses to Rhodes, but Cimmerians on Rhodes were also in control of Lake Van with the Rusa dynasty as their puppets.

The 'f' could modify to a 'v' and then a 'w' so that a term like "Gegham" could also be Gavin / Gowan. Scottish Gavins/Gowans (thistle) share cinquefoils with Geggs/Gangs, and Irish Gowans/Gavins "originated" in Sevan-suspect Cavan.

The Gois/Gysse surname is traced to an early "Guise" location, smacking of the Guissane's/Kissane's that trace well to "Cesena." As per the Kissane "cuff" term, the Cuffs, suspect as Caiaphas liners, use fleur-de-lys in the colors of the same of Cockers/Cockets and Cake's/Cacabreds, as well as more bendlets that linked above to Caesar lines. The Cuffs are using the Sale Coat, in my opinion, and Julians had traced to the river of the Salyes.

By the way, as Sales'/Sallete's traced hard to the Salto tributary of the Turano, it's now obvious that the Turano named the Durance river (of the Salyes). Durants use fleur in the same colors, but their Coat looks like a version of the Kellen Coat.

I realize that I'm on dangerous ground by seeking Hasmonean ancestry in Romans, for Hasmoneans may have originated purely in Israel. But here we have some compelling reasons for at least one side of Hasmoneans stemming from Cassius liners. And the FortiBONI of Cesena thereby strongly suggest the Boii side of Maccabaeus'. The Fortiboni's are said to be from Ferrara (25 miles from Bologna, and 35 from Modena) before moving to Cesena in the 14th century AD, but there's probably no telling what happened before that time unless heraldry can give hint. Caseys use leaves and were first found in the same place (Paris) as Chappes' and Levi's.

The Cassia gens was reckoned one of the noblest in Rome; and members of it are constantly mentioned under the Empire as well as during the Republic. The Roman road to Arretium was called the Via Cassia..."

A possible clue to the origin of the Cassii is the cognomen Viscellinus or Vecellinus, borne by the eldest branch of the family. It appears to be derived from the town of Viscellium or Vescellium, a settlement of the Hirpini, which is mentioned by Titus Livius in connection with the Second Punic War. The town was one of three captured by the praetor Marcus Valerius LAEVINus [caps mine] after they had revolted in 215 BC. Its inhabitants, the Viscellani, are also mentioned by Plinius. This suggests the possibility that the ancestors of the Cassii were from Hirpinum, or had some other connection with Viscellium. The existence of a substantial estate of the Cassii in Hirpinum at a later time further supports such a connection.

Possibly, VisCELLINus was a Cyllene / Cilnius term, for the Hirpini are expected to be an Apollo line while Apollo was the god of a Cilla location (Mysia) suspect at the Cilnius bloodline. Hirpini lived at Avellino, less than 40 miles from Capua, and then we saw that VISconti's were a Chappes family. The VISCELLinus term may suggest the Vissels, listed with Visets/Fissets/Fissiau (Ottone colors), first found in the same place as Caseys and Chappes'. The Visconti snake is called a "biscone" perhaps for the reason of Visconti links to Viscellinus.

I had recently (not many weeks ago) traced Visconti's, in a merger with Langhe's proto-Alans, to VIS-de-lou / Vis-de-LOOP, a location found in the Fiddle write-up. I now find that Geigers, who reflect "Geghar(kuni)," the alternative name of lake Sevan, are said to be named after fiddle players. Geigers are said to be from a Sieg river, and Siegs are shown as "Siegen/Sigen" very much like the Julian-related Segans that had been suspect with "Gegani."

By some coincidence or not, Jewish Siegs show white-on-red lozenges, the colors of the Thick/Theck lozenges, but while the latter use the ermined Hound lozenges, the Loops on the Sieg show a greyhound. Thicks/Thecks use "reeds" in their Crest, and Reeds ("Pax copia" motto) are related to Roets tracing at this time to Rutulians. Repeat: "Caesar was married to Aurelia Cotta, a member of the Aurelii and Rutilii families... Shouldn't Reeds trace to Rhodians too? Thicks are suspect with Segni elements as Ticino elements, and so we now have evidence that Gugars of Sevan were on the Ticino, not forgetting that my first encounters with Seagers / Sawyers had them on the Sau/Sava river with Sauers.

Bissells/Bichells are said to be from a hind or deer again, and were first found in Berkshire along with Cato lines. Porcius Cato spent some of his early military career in Capua during the time of Marcus Valerius Laevinus in the quote above, and we will see them together, apparently, in a quote below, where Visconti's ruled. I think we have a topic for investigation here, therefore.

Bissells use the same bend colors as Bissets (Ottone colors), a branch of same-colored Besancons and Bassets, the latter using the Drummond wavy bars.

Bissets were first found in the same place (Ross-shire) as Pattersons; I linked the latter to Bissets, for Pattersons share a "Pro rege" motto phrase with Bassets. Bassets (in Popoli colors) use "populo," suggesting the Capetano/Cattano-related Popoli's, first found in the same place (Naples) as Capua's. Capitano's/Cattano's share the spread eagle of Fano's/Fantino's and Fontana's. I still entertain a trace of "Patrick," from whom Pattersons are said to be after, to the Roman "Patricians."

I have not known until now that Julius Caesar's grandfather "married a woman from the patrician Marcii Reges, a union his father would have arranged. He in turn arranged a marriage for his own son to an Aurelia from the Cotta branch..." Cotta was the name of the dictator's mother, in other words, and then the Cotta surname is the one using fretty lattice, symbol also of Modens/Modeys and Thwaite's. I don't think it's coincidental the Modane is part of the Cottian watershed, thus tracing the ancestry of Julius Caesar to Modane elements. Does that help to indicate that he was the seed behind Caiaphas?

Earlier in this section, it was shown why Caesars are related to Sextus', and therefore to Sax's sharing the roses of Satters, who are shown as Satterthwaite's, and who have the code in their write-up for the pewit birds of Quarrels = Quadrellis'. Pewters (Patricians?) use a black eagle, the Roman symbol, symbol also of Guillestre (smack at the Cottian mountains), where Julians/Gillians had traced hard before I knew (or at least before it stuck to my conscience, in this update) that Cotta's were directly involved with Julius' birth.

As it appears that the Reges family traces to "rege"-using Bissets and Pattersons, both first found in Ross-shire, by what coincidence were Roses smack at Ross-shire? Roses were merged with Bosco's tracing to the Busca location on the east side of the Cottian range. There you have a Caesar bloodline at the Moray theater, where Patterson-related Cesena elements had been expected. Then, the Rose write-up says that the Bosco's of Rose had been heirs of the Bissets of Lovat...which might just trace to Laevinus of Viscellinus, for Lovats use only wolves (in Coat and, Crest), a symbol that can certainly go to the wolf-depicted Hirpini!

That is a super argument for tracing "Bisset" to "VIScellinus," but it also asks whether "BOSCo's (and therefore Bush/Busch liners) can go to "Visc."

The Laevinus character at Viscellinus can trace to Caesars of the Sadducee kind where Levins/Livings use white footless martlets in place of the Satterthwaite roses on the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Satterthwaite's!! That has got to be correct.

Livingstons/Levinstons are the ones with a "Se je puis" motto, code (probably) for the Sige's/Sage's and Sege's/Saddocks; the latter share the white footless martlets of Levins/Livings, you see. Plus, Livingstons were first found in the same place (Lothian) as Seatons, both branches of Flemings that the Segans and Caesar flames are code for. This is all undeniable tracking of the lines from Israel's priests, and it's going to Caesars.

Again, the Kissane/Guissane lizard must be versions of the Segan / Caesar salamanders, but in honor of the Lazards/Sarde's, and the latter are suspect with the VISconti's of Sardinia tracing back to Porcius Cato and/or Publius Valerius Laevinus (his article says he may have been on Sardinia).

"Guis" is now tracing to "VIScellinus," meaning that the ancient Gyas > Gegani line traces to Viscellinus, which clinches the Cassane-of-Patterson, and Kissane/Guissane, trace to Viscellinus / Avellino / Hirpini, for it was the Cassii family that was at Viscellinus. My impression is that Cesena elements were a branch of Caesars, and so it must be true that Kissane's/Guissane's trace (with the Patterson motto) to the Reges family that Caesar's grandfather married. In short, Cassane's and similar others, including the Cassii, look like Caesars (though Cassii may have come first, leading to "Caesar)."

Satters are expected to be a branch of Catters, and then Kissane's/Guissane's share a lizard with Cotters, which is super evidence for tracing Kissane's / Cassane's to the Caesar-Cotta family. Cutters use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Saluzzo's in colors reversed so that the Cotta liners can be expected at Busca (beside Saluzzo). I have maintained for years that Laevi Gauls had been merged with Salyes, and here we find a key Laevinus character that looks like a Laevi liner at the right time for a Romo-formation of the Israeli priesthood. With his tracing to Caesars of the Satter / Saddock kind, what can this tell us about that priesthood's ancestry?

One can even trace "Ross" back to the Caesar roses, for I say that Ross's were founded by Hungarian Drummonds, who share the Basset wavy bars. Hungarians were Magyars, suspect (according to clues in heraldry) from the same Carthaginians of Hannibal (and Mago) that Caiaphas and Annas traced to recently. Proto-Hasmoneans traced to Hasdrubal, yet another Carthaginian entity, about the time of Cato and Laevinus. The chief human sacrificers were used of God for His own Sacrifice, as a precursor for the destruction of the Romo-Carthaginians destined to rule the world in the end times.

The obvious question is whether Cotta's -- sharing lattice with Satter/Setter-related Thwait's and Modi-in-suspect Modens/Modeys -- were Sadducee liners? It doesn't seem too hard to answer, forgive the repetition. Did the father of Julius Caesar marry a proto-Sadducee? If so, could that predict Caiaphas as a grandson of Julius Caesar with Servillia Caepionis as the mother? Yes.

As the Sittaceni were a fellow tribe (or at least related geographically) with Toreatae, it's notable that Orells/Oriels use torteaux. But if Caiaphas must trace to Hasdrubal, then it appears that Cotta's were Gaetuli. Hannibal and his brother, Hasdrubal, did take a route through the Alps not far from Modane, itself less than 50 miles from Guillestre, and they went down the Orco river where Chivasso is located. The expectation is that the Cottian mountains were named by the Gaetuli who came with the Carthaginians. My atlas has the "Cozie" or Cottian mountains stamped smack at Guillestre. "Cosy" gets the Caseys (in Oriel/Orell colors).

Those brackets are due to the trace of MacCaseys, in the Casey/Cozy write-up, to an Oriel location smacking of the dictator's mother, an "Aurelia from the Cotta branch." Caseys are also said to be from "Lords of Suaithne," a term much like "Thwait." In fact, as Thwaite's share the fretty lattice with Cotts, while Satterthwaite's use roses, I'm now going to identify Caseys as a branch of Caesars, no bout a doubt it. It's verifying that Khazars were a Caesar bloodline, wherefore the trick is to find how Attila's Huns merged with Caesar liners (perhaps at the Terek river). But that's an investigation for another time.

I'd know better how to create this picture by knowing when Modane was founded under that name. I don't know. Did some Gaetulians abandon the march to Italy, and stay behind at the site of Modane? We saw earlier that Durants use what looks like a version of the Kellen Coat, and right now it's up in the air as to whether "VisCELLINus" was a Kellen / Cilnius term. What could it mean that Julian-related Durants had merged with Kellens suspect from the founders of Maccabees, and related to the Keele's/Kills using the Shield of Chives' out of Chivasso? Why should Julians off the Durance river be linking to the Israeli priest-kings? I'm sure that we need to ask the Moden/Modey lattice.

As Satterthwaite's are also "SattersthWATER," it's notable that Waters share three red-on-white chevrons with Cassens. The Scottish Rose's use "water bougets," definitely code for Waters who trace to the Arms of Eure-et-Loir (three red-on-white chevrons), and to Bouchard II of Montmorency at the same place (Ile-de-France) as where French Caseys were first found. Bougets are not only code for Bouchards, but for the Bugs (in the colors of the Rose water bougets) tracing to the Bug river, near the Budini who named lake Bodensee. The motto of the Rose's traces them to lake Bodensee/Constance, you see, and they were first found in Nairn, a term like the Neuri on the Bug river. The harp in the Rose Crest should be code for the Hirpini, but more directly the Arpad Hungarians at Ross-shire.

It's a little suspicious that entering "Bouchard" does not bring up the Buckets/Bochards/Buchards using the red 'piles" of GUIScards/WISharts (both surnames end in "hard / hart / cart"). The Bucket variation helps to solve the "water bouget" code, for water bougets are water containers. The holly in the Bucket/Bochard Crest is in honor of the Hall bloodline, important in this case because Dutch Halls use three red chevrons with stars at the tips, as with the tips of the three red chevrons of Cassens. Just as Pattersons/Cassane's use a "pro rege" motto phrase, we find the Cassens using proSEQUOR, expected to be code for Seager liners.

Buckets are traced to "BURCHard," and then I know that Dutch Bergs / Burgs once showed three red-on-gold chevrons, the colors of the Dutch-Hall and Clare chevrons. This is indication that Bucket liners were part of the Visconti-suspect CONTEville line (they were Burgo's) to a marriage with "the tanner's" daughter, and as the tanner was "of Falaise," it's important that Montmorency is in the La Falaise theater. It's tracing Clare's / Sinclairs to Bouchard II of Montmorency. Perhaps this indicates that "Burgo" is from "Bug." Morencys show the same cross (almost) as Burghs/Burke's, while Burchs show three fleur-de-lys in the colors of the three Gegg/Gang cinquefoils.

While Rose's trace to both Caesars and Buckets, by what coincidence do French Buckets/Boccards show nothing but cinquefoils in the gold-on-blue colors of the Gegg/Gang cinquefoils? Isn't that the Gyas > Gegani bloodline to terms such as "Guis / Guissane" and "Gois/Gwisse / Goz"? At the time of the Sicilian Guiscards, a Richard Goz married Emma de Conteville, the daughter of the daughter of "the tanner" of Falaise. The Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Tanners is used by Satterthwaite's and Levins/Livings, the latter suspect as Levi, first found in the same place as La Falaise and Montmorency.

In this picture, the Livingston and Tankerville (= line to Guiscards) cinquefoils can apply closely / meaningfully to the Gegg / Bucket cinquefoils.

As Dutch Burchs show two MURENA/Moratin towers, it appears that the Morencys, founded by Bouchard II, were from a Murena bloodline, which could be important where Cilnius Maecenas married a Murena bloodliner. Her name, Terentia, was from her Varro Tarentius Murena bloodline. Again, the Casseys use eagles and a chevron smacking of the same of Tarents/Tarans...who trace to the came place, Lake Van (home of ancient Nairi, ruled later by Rusa kings), as the Neuri on the Bug, and, probably, as the namers of Nairn, home of the Rose's.

You're not going to get this kind of history lesson at college or at the best of uniperversities. Look at how leading historians seem guilty of a cover-up:

The name Cottian comes from Marcus Julius Cottius, a king of the tribes inhabiting that mountainous region in the 1st century BC [during the lifetime of Julius Caesar]. These tribes had previously opposed but later made peace with Julius Caesar. Cottius was succeeded by his son, also named Marcus Julius Cottius, who was granted the title of king by the emperor Claudius.

The Cottians were founded by the Julian bloodline, right? But how possibly could the writer of the article fail to mention the Cotta surname of Caesar's mother while making the "later made peace" statement you just read? It seems like bona fide evidence for the accusation against control-freak historians, insisting falsely that Cotta's were not related to Cottius', or that the truth should be hushed that Caesars married the Cottius' Why would historians be this evasive, fake-faced, and utterly detestable? You'll need to ask them, servants of the rulers who use and abuse us, the masses. We are ruled today by neo-Patricians, and we're just plebeians in their eyes, useful only for electing them to power, and paying for their wages, perks, corrupt activities, and self-interested false justice.

In the article on Marcus Julius Cottius: "Another of the elder Cottius' sons was the Roman centurion Julius Vestalis [Vis term?], who retook the frontier post of Aegyssus (modern Tulcea) on the Danube after it was captured by the Getae..." Is it coincidental that Getae are involved there? That is, were Cottius' a branch of Getae? Note how "VesTALIS" and "TULCea" could be elements to the Tallis/Tally's surname, first found in the same place (Fermanagh) as Irish Caseys? They held the same position as Caseys at Devenish.

It's an amazing find because I was going to mention the lattice of LEGERs, and here I find that Tallis/Tallys were chiefs of a Hy-LAOGHAIRE entity. Caseys were, moreover, lords of the Suaithne, which now -- on account of the Lager lattice -- tends to clinch the Suaithne equation with lattice-using Thwaits. Tallis/Tallys are said to have been TAITHligh to the Gaels (but Gaels were word-butchers, wherefore it's hard to know at times what their terms trace to).

The "Haut" motto term of Legers may suggest the Guiscard ancestry in Hautevilles. I regard the Hawthorns as Hautevilles (same as Tancreds), and they use cinquefoils in the colors of the same of Livingstons. As Livingstons are tracing to Laevinus, who operated out of the Viscellinus location of the Cassii, the Hawthorn and Tancred chevrons might just be versions of the Cas(s)ey / Cassel chevron. Within a half hour of writing this paragraph, "Cottus" was entered to find the same chevron and likewise surrounded by red symbols (trefoils, this time).

UNBELIEVABLE. Actually, it's very believable, but it's the timing that's fantastic. The paragraphs below were already written when the paragraph above was inserted as an addition to the topic's flow. German Cassels (the ones using triple red chevrons, symbol of Cassens) show the very same castle, in the same colors, as the McLeod castle!!! And McLeods are the ones using a "Fast" motto term, perhaps in honor for "VESTalis," the son of Cottius that got us to the Tallis topic.

Perhaps not by coincidence, the Hy-Laoghaire entity is said to be from Lough Lir, while Legers seem to be Liri / Leir liners, for as Lire's / Lere's / Lure's are septs of MacLEODS, French Lagers/Legers are said to be from a Germanic term, LEODegar. As I trace McLeods/Clouds to the Childeric > Clodewig line, the Casey eagles-and-chevron are probably related to the same of Childs. LEGERE's are also shown as "Salinger," suggesting the Salyes LIGURE's...which supports a trace of Legers to the family of Julius Caesar.

McLeod septs include Caige's and Teague's so as to make other McLeod septs suspect with Julius-Caesar lines. The sept list reveals that "Caish" is a Caige variation (i.e. the Caish surname is listed with Caige's/Teague's, in Cass/Cash colors).

The CASkel sept of McLeods uses an anchor in Crest in the manner that the Aves/Avison Crest uses an anchor, and then Avezzano is located in a mountain pass leading down to the sources of the Liri river. About ten miles from the start of the Liri, Anagni is located to which the Anchors/Annackers should trace. Segan-suspect Segni is smack beside Anagni. Thus, it does seem that Lager/Legers and their Leir / Lure relations do trace to the Liri.

In Wikipedia's article on Lucius Aurunculeius Cotta, a military leader chosen by Julius Caesar, nothing is said of the Cotta surname of Julius' mother. I find this very offensive. My indifference toward historians, which derides them only carefully and seldom, is turning to disgust more broadly. Cotta and his co-commander, Sabinus, were killed in battle by the Eburones...suspect from Abruzzo, location of Avezzano, itself to the eastern foothills of Monti Sabini. I'm not saying anything new, just what historians are keeping hush. Roman historians know all the details of Julius' links, geographical and otherwise.

Cottius' father is said to have been, Donnus, perhaps named after Danube elements at the Pek / Cuppae theater. It was only after writing this that the Cottus Coat was found, and it's a version of the Pike Coat!!! Donnus' family had been involved with Getae at the Danube, remember, and it just so happens that Geddes use PIKE fish!!!!! I like making historians look bad for failing to point these things out. I'm coming to disgust for them.

This recalls the trace of the Paeoni of Astibus to Asti of Cuneo, the latter smack on the other side of the Cottian range from Guillestre. Donnus was a Ligurian, but the article doesn't say what kind. Is there some sort of secret to be kept here? We should ask the Salinger variation of the Legers? We could also ask the Jewish Sallingers who show no Coat, have no write-up, yet have a page. Hello, is anybody home? We have a few question we'd like to ask you.

Recall the Devenish location of Caseys and Vestalis-suspect Tallis'/Tallys, for Pike's were first found in Devon while the Devenish surname is listed with Devons (ducks), first found in the same place (Sussex) as Deins, Diens, Dans, and Danners. French Devenish's use roses in the colors of two Rose surnames.

Aha! Drake's use a "captat" motto term, and are said to be from a "duck-like gait," because they are related to the Geddes', who use "capta" in their motto. But I've just seen the "captivus" motto term of Devenish's/Devons. Right beside Guillestre, which uses an eagle, there is an Aiguilles location that may have to do with the "Aquila" motto term of Drake's. Downriver on the Durance from these two locations is a Seyne location that could be of the Segans / Segni's. It easily modifies to "Seine," or "Sion." Entering "Sane" gets the Sions/Swans.

Further down the same river is Avignon/Avennio and the Cabellio theater to which Caiaphas liners ought to trace. Again, Avens/Avons use the lion design of Gate's, but shared by Deins. This makes it plain that the "muscas" motto term of Drakes goes to the Masci wing in the Dien/Dives Coat, that being a surname tracing from the namers of Devon to Diva of Cheshire to Davids/Daffys of Cheshire. Yes, that was the Devenish bloodline, given the code, Daffy Duck, by Warner Bros.

It just so happens that the Deins use the motto of Kissane's/Guissane's, important because Kissane's have traced to the Fortiboni/FortiGUERRE family at Ferrara and Cesena, and it was to the Drake-related Guido Guerra's of that area of Italy that Pek- and Cuppae-elements were traced. The same had then traced to Montferrat, on a plain facing the Cozie mountains. Aiguilles and Guillestre are just over the peaks from the Montferrat area, and one of them is a mount Viso that's Visconti- / Viscellinus-interesting.

The last time Avons were mentioned, it was as per its Evand/Avent variations tracing well to mythical Geryon at Aventine Hill, suspect at the Gari river too, location of Segni. Further down the Durance from Seyne, on a Durance tributary, is a Digni location that may be clue to a Segni > Ticino equation.

With Pike's now tracing to the namers of the Cottian mountains, we should mention the Bryce's using a version of the Scottish Pike/Picken Coat, for Bryce's not only share weight scale's with Kissane-related Cass'/Cash's, but use a motto term in honor of Justus / Justine of PICINum, the peoples suspect with Pike's/PICKENs. Justine's use a weight scale too (on the point of a sword), and they use the motto, "Non SINE CAUSA." Sine's are listed with Sane's/Sions, and Justine's are related to Sibals using the cross of Segni's/SEGURana's and Seagers, thus tracing the whole lot -- suspect as the proto-Pike's and proto-Bryce's -- to Seyne and other areas on the Durance river, all connected to the namers of the Cottians. "Bryce," said to be from "Bricius," should be from "BRIGantium" (on the Durance). Don't lose sight of Phrygians being at this river, for they were the dragon line to Lydia, even the Cotys > Attis > Lydus line.

The codes never end, so that updates get long. The "causa" term of Justine's is already suspect with Cass/Cash and Kissane/Cashman lines, but there is a Caus(ton) surname using the same red wolf heads as Fiddle's from VIS-de-lou, which may now trace to the namers of mount Viso at the heights of the Cozie (Italian) side of the Cottians. Did you see the "FIDELitas" motto of Sane's/Sine's/Sions, or the "fideli" term of Kissane's / Deins?? The latter were first found in the same place as Cause's/Causy's.

Caustons are said to be from a Causton location in Norfolk, where Seagers were first found. The Caustin variation suggests a "Justine" possibility, which tends to reveal that Justus and Justine of Picenum were named (loosely speaking) after the Cast version of Cass'/Cash'. The latter's weight scale tells me so, but Caustins even share a black-on-white chevron with Cass'/Cash's (first found in the same place as Julians/Gillians).

With Justus of Picenum thus tracing to a line of Caesar, it can explain why emperor Valentinian I married his daughter (Justine). We then have cause to suspect the Gusts as a Caesar line of the Justus kind.

Justs, using a chevron in colors reversed to the Gust chevron, were first found in Switzerland...location of Zurich. Fiddle's (garland in Crest) were first found in Zurich-suspect Surrey, and Gars use an upright lion in the colors of the same as per the Arms of Kyburg, beside Zurich. The Surrey/Surrich surname uses checks in the colors of the same of GASTons, first found in Surrey. Does that make sense in tracing Caesar elements to Zurich, where I think Hitler elements dominated?

I traced the Nazi swastika to the ancient Gileki Iranians (= Aryans) when finding a swastika jewel of the Gileki in Wikipedia's swastika article. But that was years before stressing the Julians/Gillian surname, and finding what looks like the makings of a swastika in their Coat. Hitler was a dictator wanting to revive the Roman empire; I get it.

I even traced Hitler's mother to Maschi's at Rimini BEFORE finding the Justine-of-Picenum topic. Rimini was at the northern end of Picenum, either a part of Picenum or just outside of it. And here I am finding a trace of Justine to Zurich. Amazing. The Arms of Zurich uses a Shield like that of Hiedlers/Hitlers and Kyburg-suspect Coburgs. Adolf Hitler sided with Mussolini, who was from Rimini or nearby (I can't recall exactly which).

I then traced Hitler lines, BEFORE I knew that Julians were in Guillestre, to the Cottian mountains via the Cattolica location (near Rimini) as it linked to the Cattle's/Cattels; the latter use the fret symbol of Hitler-suspect Hoods/Hutts. Hiedlers/Hitlers are said to be from "HUTT(l)er," and the write-up gives a clue when defining the surname (wrongly) as "carpenter," for there is a Carpentras location near the mouth of the Durance that could apply. Carpenters, who may be using the Garland bars, show an ACUTA motto term that may be for Cottian elements. The fret symbol can, of course, link to the so-called "fretty" lattice of Cotta's/Cottins.

If the Justs are using a version of the Walsh Coat, Justs can be traced to the Swiss canton of Wallis, where Sion is located. Wallis' and Garlands share an upright white-on-red lion, and because the Sion motto expects Fiddle elements at Sion, Garlands could be expected there too (or at least linking to the lines that lived at Sion). The Caus'/Caustons (using the Fiddle wolf heads) show a "buckle" in Crest that can link to the Polish Sobiesky/Sobek buckle. Some of the elements in the Sobek write-up, which include Trabys, had traced to Surrey with the Gastons, kin/associates of the Sandowski branch of Sadowski's.

French Gastons happen to use a "cage," which recalls that Caesar-related Caige's are also "Caish." Gastons are thus suspect as Caish-tons, so to speak, and Caige's/Caish's are the ones using the black Julian crosslets suspect as the proto-swastika. Cage's were first found in the same place as Julians/Gillians. Then, Trabys were merged with ASTIKA's of Vilnius, and the weight scale of Cass'/Cash's/Casts was traced to the same in the Arms of Vilnius, suggesting that Nazi's named their swastika in-part as code for Astika's! The Nazi's were 666 Traby liners, weren't they?

As Carpentras is near Orange, "Nazi" is suspect from Orange-Nassau. Orange's (and the counts of Orange) share a hunting horn with the Arms of Trabys. Beware the Orange Masons. The British royals today, from Saxe-Gotha and Coburg, were partly from Stewarts and partly from Orange. Beware the cowards not yet grown into men. Beware the juvenile delinquents in the bodies of men who will come again.

You can tell that the writers of the Cass and Kiss/Cush write-ups are as out lunch as detestable historians (just the detestable ones), for, although the Coats are virtually identical, the two surnames are traced to different derivations. Can you imagine the height of the pile of rubbish they feed humanity? No one knows how high it is. The peoples are left sifting through the rubbish, finding only rubbish. The realities are reserved for the elite neo-Patricians.

We are seeing Poles in this picture. For about three days, English Alans showed the Carpenter Coat, a surname that should trace to "Carpathian," for Alans of Dol are suspect with Doly, at the Polish-Ukraine border, and with Trypillians of the Carpathian theater. It should explain why Carpenters (globe, traced to "Goplo") are using the same cross as Julians, but in gold, the colors used by Trips and Hamburgs...and by Windsors. Windsors had been suspect as Wends, who lived in Poland. Wends/Vandals are suspect from a location of Venethi (Poland, if I recall correctly), which should trace to the Veneti, in the land where Budini and Leslie's are traced.

Sobeks share the buckle with Leslie's, and I think it can now be explained in that Sobeks were Dobrawa elements. As just one piece of evidence, Dobers and Dobermans, from one of Mieszko's wives (Dobrawa), use the griffin style of Leslie's, and the latter are suspect from mythical Lestko of Goplo (Poland). I'm going to explain why "SOBek" can be from "SOPHonisba" and Massena (her husband, almost) elements, as well as from Syphax, Sophonisba's husband, but I'll need to repeat some things first. Repetition for me is nothing but sheer, unrewarding work, and ruins my coffee. I'm always eager to move forward to the next discoveries, which is why proof reads are like a taste of Hell for me. It's my cross to carry.

Let's go back to Lagers, suspect as McLeods along with Caige's / Caish's and Lire's'. French Lagers (Burgundy, downhill from the Cottians) use flames, a Caesar symbol. The Flemish family of peoples in Scotland include Dallas'/Dulles," smacking of "Tallis," the surname that links hard to Irish Caseys, and suspect with a son of Cottius, who himself was suspect from the Carthaginians. Sophonisba was a Carthaginian, and Syphax is suspect as a Gaet liner to "Cottius." One can glean that the Doley variation of Dallas' traces then to Doly.

Dallas'/Doleys use a version of the Coat of Biggars, whom I've traced to "Biharia," at the Hungary-Transylvania border. Dallas' / Biggars (bend in Leslie-bend colors) show red-on-white stars shared by Glass', the latter tracing to "GUILLEStre" with the DuGlass' (more Flemings) that share the Julian salamander-in-flames. This is evidence again that Hitler's cult was a Caesarian one, for Hitler's father, before marrying a Polzl surname, married a Glassl surname.

Cottius' son was Vestalis, while the Wends lived on the Vistula river. That is, Venethi was on the Vistula, and the historian, Jordanus (6th century), who quoted "Venethi," wrote a book, "Getica." It evokes the thing we read above, that Vestalis was involved in a war with the Getae...who may have lived in Biharia. Therefore, it's beginning to appear that Cottius' family had some Wendish elements, which will turn up not far below in a line to Windsors...who I've always regarded as cousins of the Nazi's, or worse. This recalls a clue I had (which I've forgotten) that traced Douglas' to a Get-like family in Lithuania.

Dutch Lagers/Lage's use the red, two headed eagle design of Specks/Spacks/Spocks, the latter surname recently suspect with "Syphax." This eagle design is used by Maxwells, who, by their merger with Kilpatricks, can be identified as a Patrician line to Julius Caesar. We are on the two-headed Roman eagle, in other words, which is used in the colors of the Maxwell eagle in the Arms of Guillestre.

This effectively traces Syphax elements to Guillestre, if indeed Syphax was represented by the Specks/Spocks/Spacks, and it just so happens that Space's/Speccots use frets. For me, that is a clincher, tracing both Specks/Spacks and Space's/Speccots to the Cottius-Julian family. If you recall, Legers use fretty lattice. The Lager/Lage eagle happens to be in the colors of the Ferte eagle, making for a very strong case toward a Speck / Speccot trace to Cottius liners. But why should elements of Ferte-Mace be involved here with Cottius? Ask Hitler's mother, or the first Maccabee's now suspect more than ever from Modane in times before the birth of Caiaphas.

The Mittens/Muttons/Moutons use the same eagle design, of that helps to trace Ligurian-suspect Lagers to Modane.

Flemings in Scotland were important enough to give their double-tressure border as a symbol in the Arms of Scotland. But look at the white-on-blue cross on the eagle in the Arms of Guillestre, for this cross is in the colors of the saltire that is the Scottish flag, and moreover the Gophers use that saltire...which can now suggest that the cross in the Arms of Guillestre are from Sophonisba elements...if Gophers are. Don't lose sight of the Goph- / Soph-suspect Sobeks here, who smack of "Syphax."

We would like to know why the Sobek buckle is purple. The Roman purple was, according to Wikipedia's Gaetuli article, provided by Gaetuli, manufacturers of purple dye. Biggars are important here because their Givern variation had traced to Givors / Givord/Gifford liners suspect with Gophers/Govers. The impression that's coming to illumination is that Cottius bloodliners had two origins: 1) in the Getae of the Carpathian theater; 2) in Gaetuli of the Carthage / Numidia theater.

Now for some dread repetition. Mieszko's ancestry known to be at Goplo, where the Carpenter "globe" traces well. View this as Doly elements to Goplo. Mieszko's were traced to the Sava river, where there is one, perhaps two, Lesce locations, one at the sources of the Sava...beside the Veneti. View this as a Leslie line to Lestko of Goplo, but also as the Veneti line to Venethi connecting somehow to VesTALIS, suspect with the Dallas'/Doleys. It could give the impression that Doly / Trypillian elements were at the Cottian mountains before the time of Caiaphas and Annas (i.e. during / before the life of Cottius), and were ancestral to Caiaphas via the Julian-Cotta marriage. That can explain why I saw the Israeli priesthood, after 70 AD, merged with Trypillians in the Ferrara area, then landing at Alan-suspect Langhe on the Italian side of the Cottians.

It can now be said that all of Masonry is wrapped up at the Cottians who married Caesar, for the Cottians are now suspect as a line from Massena's and Gaetuli, and in the meantime, Alans and the lines to Israel's priesthood were included.

The Vistula was in the Sarmatian theater, and Alan Huns were Sarmatians. Expect Alan Huns at Doly. It's important here that Gore's trace to the very upper parts of the Sava where proto-Mieszko's lived, for Gore's use the Trip crosslets suspect with the Julian cross (it may be correct that when a surname uses a giant symbol, as Julians do, they own it). Hitler's mother (Polzl) was a Pollock liner, I am sure, but was pegged also a Mieszko liner, for she traced well to the Maschi's, on the southern side of the Veneti, and around the Veneti corner from proto-Maxwells at Rijeka. Pollocks are a sept of Maxwells, and trace to Pula with no doubt, at the southern end of Istria, while Rijeka is at the northern end of Istria.

But the Gore / Trip crosslets are in the colors of the same of Windsors, expected from the Venethi location. Remember, the house of Windsor today traces to Saxe-Gotha, two elements tracing to the Cotta-Julius marriage. Specks/Spacks/Spocks (suspect as the Drake-based God killers) were first found in rose-using LANCashire, where Sextus-suspect Saxons and Cottius-suspect Satterthwaite's were first found.

It may not be a coincidence that while Dr. Spock was a product of Roddenbury's Star Trek, the Tallis Coat is a version, apparently, of the Star Coat. Roddenburys/Rodhams use the bend colors of the Stephenson bend because both surnames were first found in the same place (Northumberland), and then the Terek river (Alania theater) had a Stephantsminda location. This river was home to Caesar-suspect Khazars, which may suggest that the Doly Alans trace back in time to this river. Reminder: Tallis' and Caseys were both at Devenish, and then English Stewarts were first found in Devon, and use a stag, symbol of the Hun bloodline (that founded Khazars).

Dobermans and related Jewish Pollocks share the white-on-red bend of Stephensons and Roddenburys, which recalls the trace of Mieszko elements to Siward of Northumberland. Let's go back to the idea that purple-buckle "Sobek" was a version of some line from "Dober / Doberman," which has the potential for discovering that Dobrawa was named after a Sophonisba term. SOBERs (Saxony), using nothing but the oak leaves shared by Alans, are said to be from Sobieslaws and Sobischs, clearly related to Sobeks'/Sobieski's. Thus, Dobrawa may have been after "Sober" elements. Supers/Sopers were first found in the same place as English Stewarts. Supers/Sopers use the Halden saltire, apparently, for Haldens (from Mieszko's other wife) share the Dober griffin head. The Faithfuls should apply here.

From the suspicion that Sobeks were Dobers, knowing beforehand that Dobys were first found in the same place (Renfrewshire) as Pollocks, "Tobie" was entered to find a version of the Winder and Winter Coats...which is why the Wend topic was introduced above. Winters and Tobie's/Tobys share a Shield filled with the same-colored checks. It's easy to spot in the Winder motto and Crest that this is a line to the Colapis/Kupa river, where Gore's trace who were first found in the same place (Essex) as Tobys. The bull head in the Winder crest is that of Cole's and Mieszko liners. German Winders even share the Pollock / Doberman bend.

Reminder: the saltire of Gophers, a surname now suspect with Sopers / Sobers, is likely the cross in the Arms of Guillestre, and Cottius-Julian elements are expected in Guillestre. The Kupa was suspect with Cuppae at the Pek, where Getae may have been, and where the Pike liners of Cottius trace, wherefore this Cuppae line to Cottius has got to be the Caiaphas bloodline, for God has revealed to my readers (certainly it wasn't a Revelation for me alone) that Caiaphas is from a Copia-related, Cappeo-like entity. Caiaphas was a descendant of Cottius' direct family; I'm banking on that. The prediction is that Julius Caesar mated with Servilia Caepio to birth Caiaphas' father or mother. Heraldry can now be appealed to for proof of this assessment.

The Geddes' motto suggests Magyars in the land of Dacia / Getae. The Geddes pikes therefore trace, with little doubt, to Pechenegs.

Wikipedia's Getae article (below) has a map showing Dacian locations. They are said to have lived in the ring of the Carpathian mountains where the lower part of the ring is the Balkan mountains. That is, Getae lived (at one part of history) on the Romania-Bulgarian border region on both sides of the Danube. The mouth of the Pek is at the western tip of the Carpathians proper, roughly where you see ARCidava stamped on the map:

It's now feasible that Arcidava named the Arc river, for Maccabee's at its Modane location are expected to trace to Moesia (where the Pek is located). Arcidava was in Dacia, named by a tribe of Getae. The questions then become whether Dacians named Digni and Seyne on/off the Durance river, and whether Dacians named the Ticino/Tessen or whether "Segni' is a Dacian term. It's completely interesting that, very near Arcidava, I see an Anina location, smacking of Anagni beside Segni.

Anina is at the Semenic mountains, in the southern part of Caras Severin, an area smacking of the Saminite-branch Sabines that I tend to see in the Sava river. It's important, if correct, because Anagni, not far from Monti Sabini, is in the land of Samnites. In fact, I think I'm going to adopt a Samnite equation with the Semenic mountains. The mouth of the Sava is, as the dove flies, about 50 miles from the mouth of the Pek, but as one goes further up the Danube, where Dacians are yet expected, Sabine-based Swabia is encountered. Dacians and Trypillians both covered Moldova. Swabia is known to be derived in the Suebi, and the latter lived beside Dacians.

In Julius-Caesar's time, Dacians were at the east end of the Hercynian Forest, which corresponds to southern German, location of Swabia! The Hercynian Forest was conquered in previous centuries by Segovesus, brother of Bellovesus, these being the Gauls that stacked northern Italy, including the Laevi and Ananes Gauls...making Anina suspect as an Ananes settlement. It works because Annas of Israel was traced to the Marsi Sabines before I knew either of Anagni and Anani. I'm now finding that Annas should trace with Caiaphas to Cottus, who looks like he had to do with the Pek / Arcidava theater.

There was some Hasmoneans with a Hercyn-like name.

AMAZING, LIKE FIND A NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK. From Wikipedia's Hercynian article: "Hercyne was the classical name (modern Libadia) of a small rapid stream in Boeotia that issued from two springs near Lebadea, modern Livadeia, and emptied into Lake Copais." ASTOUNDING! Sadducees must trace to Boeotians, and here we have a Liva of Livad term in Boeotia that was also "Libad/Lebad," recalling the recent suspicion that the Libo and Lepidus surnames of Romans were Levite lines. But to find this Hercynian area tracing possibly to the Copais lake of Boeotia suggests very strongly that Cuppae was related. Therefore, if Wikipedia merely suggests a Hercynian trace to Hercyne, I'm claiming it as fact. It's obvious under the circumstances of my findings for the roots of the Caiaphas line.

Suddenly, we could conjecture that the namers of Hercynian were the namers also of Arcidava ("dava" is a suffix). Nothing like "Arcidava" is not on my atlas, but judging from Wikipedia's map, it's very close to Cuppae.

The article tells that Hercynian was also "Arkynia / Orkynios," now smacking of the Orchomenos location in Boeotia...which I think goes to the Orco river, location of Caiaphas-related Chivasso! This entity may have been from Arcadia, location of mount Cyllene! It's all fitting together like a high-heeled boot on a witch in the shape of Italy. "...Posidonius states that the Boii, who were allegedly Celtic, were once [at the Hercynian Forest] (as well as in Bohemia which is named for them)." That could indicate that boii were named after Boiotians.

There is even Duria-cause for tracing the Dacian part of the Hercynian Forest to the Durance river: "In BC 53, Julius Caesar stated that the Dacian territory was on the eastern border of the Hercynian forest. According to Strabo's Geographica, written around AD 20, the Getes (Geto-Dacians) bordered the Suevi [Suebi] who lived in the Hercynian Forest, which is somewhere in the vicinity of the river Duria, the present-day Vah (Waag)." Chances are, the Duria connects to the Turano flowing along mount Sabini.

Dacians on the Ticino can explain why proto-Hungarians were found (by lonely me) on the Ticino, for Carpae / Arpii, namers of the Arpads (and Carpenters, likely), lived in the same area as Dacians. I have shared a map many times showing Carpi stamped very near the Hungarian capital. "North of the Danube, Dacians occupied a larger territory than Ptolemaic Dacia, stretching between Bohemia in the west and the Dnieper cataracts in the east, and up to the Pripyat, Vistula, and Oder rivers..." The Vistula (through Poland) is important if it named Vestalis. See that the bug is a tributary of the Vistula:

The Leslie- / Dober-style griffin head is used by Wests (Devon), indicating that they may be named after Vistula elements. Hmm, Vestels/Westells were first found in WESTmorland while the Vistula has source's in the Moravia theater. I'm expecting Moravians elements in Scotland, and Biggar-related Dallas'/Doleys were even first found in Moray, also called, Moravia. Biharia is not far from the Mures river through the Carpathian theater, and the Vestel/Westall bend is in the colors of the Biggar / Dallas bend, meaning it's in the colors of the Leslie bend. Leslie's and Vestels share three gold objects upon their bends.

As Vestels are also "GASTell / Wassel," I'd say this is a Mitanni line to Washingtons, who named the American capital in the District of Columbia, named after the dove. As Cuppae was the "city of doves," note the doves in the Vestel Coat and Crest. The Coat shares a blue dove (the color of the Cappeo = Caepio lion) with the Cassen Crest. The Vestals also use "wheat SHEAVES," providing the additional "coincidence" of tracing to Chivasso, which is where the area just north of Cuppae traced shortly above.

Did you note "Sandomierz" on the Vistula river? It's where the Sobeks are said to have had a family. These Sobeks are said to be of a clan BROCHwicz, perhaps of the Stewart-related Brocks...first found in the same place (Essex) as Tobys!!! I didn't know that when seeking whether Tobys were Sobeks. It was the Traby/Sandowski branch of Nalecs that were related/associated with GASTons, now suspect with Gastels.

Gusts share a curved chevron (rare) with Forsts, wherefore the latter might just be named in honor of the Hercynian Forest, not a bad idea because Gusts and Suebi are both Swedish. Moreover, Varangians were from Sweden, and they conquered to the west of Kiev as far as Galicia/Halychyna, where the sources of the Vistula are located. I had linked Forst elements in Lusatia to Veringens. It just so happens that, while Forst is near COTTbus, the Forez'/Forests were from the Forez area downhill on the French side from the Cottians. The Forez fesse is even colors reversed to the Geddy/Gideon fesse. Forsts are shown also as "Furstenfeld," perhaps link-able to Furstenfeldbruck in Swabia. (You can see the red Veringen antler in the Arms of Forst.)

The location of Traby is in the Lowicz county (Poland), which locates Traby (a village not on my atlas) either on or near the Vistula. To my surprise, the Arms of Lowicz has a CURVED (solid) chevron in the red color of the Gust chevron. As the Lois Coat uses an ostrich (an Arms-of-Traby symbol), I would trace the surname to "Lowicz."

German Vestels/Vests show a man wearing roughly the same BLUE outfit as the woman in blue of the German Taber Coat. It makes Tabers (smacking of "Traby") suspect with Dobers / Sobeks, which, if correct, identified Dobrawa as a Traby liner. It just so happens that the Moravians / Taborites originated in Lusatia! The Taber woman holds a purple grape bunch to be suspect with the purple Sobek buckle. Tabers were first found in Griefswald, evoking the Mieszko-related Griffins of Pomerania, where Dobermans were first found. The Griffin griffin is colors reversed to the same griffin of Cause's, important because Caus' (same place as Gore's) use a buckle (as do Case's). Caus' are the Caustins suggested above as a branch of Justine's who themselves trace definitely to Trabys at Vilnius. That works.

The "Jou de" motto phrase of Wests can now be identified with the Jordan branch of Trabys (listed in the Arms-of-Traby page). I'm guessing from the clues that Jordans are a branch of Alan-related Gore's of the Julius-Caesar line. The Danon / Danot variations of French Jordans may indicate Donnus elements merged with Caesars, for they show red-on-white roses, a symbol also of Caesars. Irish Jordans show the crosslets used by Gore's and Julians/Gillians.

The Donnus article says the he made peace with Julius Caesar, yet it again fails to mention Caesar's mother's surname. Simply detestable. It appears that Caesar's father merged with Donnus' family, and so we can be sure that much info on that topic has been suppressed by the detestable masters controlling what we can and cannot know about history. Unfortunately, most of what we "know" is probably quasi-false for the purpose of concealing what we are not supposed to know.

The Donnus-Cottius-Vestalis family lived at Segusio, explaining why Sagans/Segans and Julians/Gillians both use SALAmanders in flames i.e. suggesting the Salyes Ligures. I just clicked to the Segusio article, being shocked to find that its the city was Susa! That is one big key for further revelations as they come to mind. Let me get over the shock first. Susa is where I tentatively traced the Sittaceni because Susa of Iraq was near Sittacene, and because I expect Sittaceni in this Alpine region. It is possible that "Cottius" traces to the namers of Soducena.

As the Donnus > Cottius family was at Susa, it's interesting that both Spanish and Portuguese Sousa's show crescents in colors reversed from one another, and so they are in the colors of the same of Deins/Deans/DENES' and Deans/Degani's. "Degan" smacks of Digni off the Durance. Scottish Deans even use a moline cross in the colors of the Segni/Segurana moline, tending to prove a "Digni' = "Segni" equation. Susa was "Segusio" in Cottius' day, which should apply to these terms.

Irish Deans call their lizard a "CROCodile," and then Crocs use the same-colored crescent again, and as the related Croce's use a "spero" motto term, these crescents are likely from the Speers and Spree's, i.e. from the Spree river in Lusatia, where the red Veringen antler can be found (in the Arms of Spree-Neisse). It's supporting the Donnus-Cottius trace to "Cottbus." It's amazing because God notified me by certain indicators that Deins and Coverts were specially linked, and here I find the Covert Coat in play in the Croc Coat. As we learned a few updates ago, Croc's were merged with Pollocks, and were extremely important to Masonry; they had linked about as closely as possible to Moulins/Moline's, the originators of the moline cross.

The Portuguese-Sousa crescents are positioned so as to form a quatrefoil between them. The alternative Dein Coat shows the wing design of Portuguese Alfreds and Portuguese Abreu's, two surnames that I link to Drake's. As the quatrefoil became suspect with the Quadrellis version of the Quarrel surname, the Quarrel dancette can now be linked to the Donnus bloodline suspect in the Deans/Denes' and similar others out of Sussex. Note first that, while Quarrels show "pewit" birds, Pews/Pughs (show the Gellone fleur) show the white Caesar dolphin in Crest.

The dancette is now suspect with "Donnus," for entering "Donnas / Donna" gets the Dance/Danna/Danes surname using a dancette, first found in Piedmont i.e. on the Italian side of the Cottians. Then, zowie, the Wests use a dancette too.

But there is more, tending to clinch that Cottius' son was from Vistula elements. I don't think it's coincidental that the garbs of the Vestels/Fastalls are in the colors of the same of Aves' (said to be from an early Avice surname) while Cassels show an "Avice" motto term, for German Cassels are using the McLeod castle while McLeods use a "fast" motto term. Suddenly, we are finding "important" surnames tracing to the Vistula. Scottish Cassels use a version of the Kennedy Coat (same motto), and while "Kennedy' has been suspect from the Heneti > Veneti line, it just so happens that Venethi is on the Vistula. Thus, we have just discovered that Kennedys trace to the Venethi.

The Aves Crest even uses the same red sleeve with white cuff in the Vestel Crest. That is a hard link. The Arms of Vilnius even shares an anchor with the Aves Crest...not forgetting that Avezzano is near Anagni, and that Aves' are also "Avison." Nor should we forget that Cottius elements must trace to Anani Boiotians of the Cuppae-liner kind at Dacia.

I think I'm more apt top trace Deans to "Donnus" in particular than to Danube elements. However, there is a question as to whether the Degan variations of Italian Deans are from Ticino / Dacia elements. Wikipedia says that Dacians were known as a Dag term too. Recalling that Irish Kennedys, who share the helmet design of Dobys, and link to the Pendragon helmet, were first found in Tipperary, it explains why Scottish Deans use "arte" in their motto as well as "a sword with a blue cross on the TIP" Pendragons were Tipper lines, and Tippers share the dolphin with Kennedys.

In consideration of a fundamental Donnus trace to Modane's namers, it's probably important that the Deans using "tip" also use "top" for the Coat description. Tipperary is already being traced to Tipaza (Numidia), a city of the Massena bloodline, and then Tops, first found in the same place (Wiltshire) as Mott-suspect Mortons, use a gauntlet glove in both Coat and crest, symbol of Maceys.

I had identified the Astika's of Vilnius as Stewarts (also called, STIGweards). it was suggested that "ASTIKA" could be in the Stick surname (shares gold garbs with dove-using Vestels/Westalls), and therefore in the Stock (dove) and Stake/Stack surnames using what I gather is the two-tailed Montfort lion. I trace "Montfort" to the Monforte location at the Langhe / Montferrat location (in Cuneo), where the Tanaro river flows, and then the Villin surname, smacking of "Vilnius," uses the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Tanners. Dol of Brittany is in the department of Ile-de-VILAINE. It can now be added that German Vestels (Switzerland) and Langs share a man holding a gold arrow. Plus, now that the lattice has been clinched as a Cottius symbol, see the lattice-Shield of Caens (from Cuneo?), and the five Traby ostrich feathers in the Caen Crest, for Stocks are said to be from a Stock location "near Caen." There seems to be a triangle between Alans, Donnas, and the Traby-Astikas merger.

It's notable that Villins use nothing but a white Shield and black Chief, while Saluzzo's (Cuneo) use nothing but a white Shield and blue Chief. Legers/Sallingers happen to use the white-on-blue fretty of Caens, tending to identify Sallingers with Salyes Ligures at Saluzzo, and suggesting that "Caen' is a Cuneo liner. There is a Sell surname (in sale colors), using a fret, that should apply.

As Vestels/Westalls are suspect from a Mitanni line at Wassukanni to Washington DC, I don't think it's coincidental that Irish Deans show the double bends of the Washington surname. It's both tracing Deans and Vestalis to the Vistula, tending to clinch a Dean identification with his grandfather, Donnus. But it's also tracing Mitanni elements to the Vistula.

Let me repeat that the Methoni location (Greece) was made a mythical daughter of a wine man, Oeneus, suspect with the wine cult of Dionysus and his Maenads. This Messene entity traces easily to the Maezaei on the Oeneus river, and from there to the Masci's expected in Modane, and Maschi's (share the pine cone with Tanners) expected in Modena. It just so happens that there was a mythical Nestor at Pylos, in Messene (location also of Methoni), while the Ness/Nest surname uses the same double bars (same colors) as Washingtons (LANCAshire) and Deans. Then, both Luneburg Langs and Scottish Stewarts use the same pelican-on-NEST design.

The arrow-using Langs even use the gold griffin (rare design) in the Crest of lattice-using Legers/Sallingers. Vince's/Vinch's, who share a black-on-white fesse with Sells, use this griffin design, and Vinch's trace to Cibalae=Vinkovci near the mouth of the Sava at the Danube. Chaffers use finches, and Chaffs were first found in the same place (Dorset) as Caens (using the Salinger fretty). Cuffs (I think) use the Sale bend. The point here is to deny the Leger/Sallinger write-up as it traces to "St. Leger." When write-ups haven't got a fine-sounding falsification handy for a definition, they can always use "saints" as derivations. Cuffs were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Cuneo-based Villins.

The Italian Dance/Donnas (first found in the same place as Masci's) uses nine bars, suspect with nine mythical Muses, all women, like the Masci-based Amazons, and lunatic Maenads. There is a Dance/Danse surname too, sharing a red fesse with Dennis/Denys, the latter possibly using the Alan Coat. Note the stag (English Stewart symbol) and half the Alan Coat (i.e. a red fesse on a half-gold Shield) in the flag of Lublin Voivodeship, Lublin being where the Doly location is that's beside the Bug river and near L'viv, a potential Levi term. The other half of the flag is in the colors of the Dance/Danse fesse, and the latter's fesse is a little like the "ragulee" bend of English Stewarts. Note the crown around the neck of the Lublin stag, for English Stewarts use "A stag statant proper with a crown around its neck." Verify it yourself here:

The dancette-using Wests show a motto term, "vie," which is a term now tracing to the Viu valley beside the Riparia. As Cottius' family ruled out of the Riparia, it suggests that Vestalis is honored in the West surname while Donnus is honored in its dancette. The Dennis surname is traced in its write-up to "Dionysus," while he had a wild-dancing theme, meaning that Donnus' family may be from Dionysus elements of the Maeander kind. That would certainly explain the salaMANDER now tracing to Donnus' family. From that idea, which looks good in itself, we can trace "Cottius" to mythical Cotys, for the latter was made a son of Manes, the representation of Maeonians. Perfect. On top of that, there was a female Cotys cult of Thracians, important where Getae / Dacians were Thracians.

Could the namers of Cotys be from the namers of SODUCena? It was only after asking that question that I looked for Cott-like surnames linking to surnames that I'm sure to be Sadducee liners. The Coats' (rooster) were loaded, and then the Cottus surname too to re-find a version of the Pike Coat and its trefoils, which reminded me of the trefoil used by the Sithech-related Thick/Theck surname. That's when it was seen that both Thicks and Coats' were first found in Staffordshire. The Stafford Crest even shows a swan (expected of Soducena elements). Here's the Cote's.

The Stafford chevron is in the colors of the Caepio and Forst chevrons, and Forsts/Voorts use Annas-honoring annulets. If Forsts (first found in southern Germany = Hercynian Forest) were named after the Hercynian Forest. it's very notable that SEGOvesus, conqueror of that region, smacks of Segusio, the capital of Cottius' kingdom. As Bellovesus was traced to mythical Bellerophon, whose ancestry was in Corinth, i trace "Sego' to Sicyon, beside Corinth, and because Bellerophon was related to SISYphus, king of Corinth, I realized that his name was code for SICYon. I can now add that "SISY" can trace to "Susa."

As Bellerophon rode Pegasus, I identified him (i.e. I identified Bellovesus) with Bellamys, who merged with Masseys/Macie's (a pegasus in Crest) of Ferte-Mace, the same that must trace to the fretty lattice of Cote's/Cotts/Cotta's. That works excellently.

There was an Asopus river at Sicyon, which term smacks of "Azov," otherwise known as Maeotis, the lake that was origin to Toreatae and Sittaceni. The Toreatae are re-mentioned because torteaux are found in the English Geddy/Gideon Coat, having a fesse in colors reversed to the Forez/Forest fesse. The latter surname was first found in Savoy, which has me wondering whether that place was named after "Azov" elements. I've read that "Savoy" was also "Sapaud."

One Asopus river was in Boeotia, and another flowed "through Sicyonian territory into the Gulf of Corinth near Sicyon. Pausanias [2.5.3] mentions that Phliasians and Sicyonians claimed that its source was in fact the Phrygian and Carian river Maeander that purportedly descended underground where it appeared to enter the sea at Miletus and rose again in the Peloponnesos as Asopus." In other words, this impossibility is code for a migration of Maeander-river peoples (which included Cotys) to Sicyon.

The reader through whom God gave tribwatch readers the Cappeo- / Caepio-lion clue has a Patterson bloodline. She had some theories on Amalekites, Nephilim, etc., and introduced Tuareg Berbers to me before I knew that they were Mason-important. At one point, she wished for me to look into the Rephaites of Israel, whom I rarely stressed because I had no idea who they could have become, if anything. Rephaites were just recently traced to "Riparia," the river upon which Susa sits.

Ancient peoples of Susa (in Iraq) were the Kassites, a term like "Cassius." It seemed to me that Kassites were also the ancient Guti, smacking now of the Cotta's, Gouts, etc., Kassites had an Habira tribe, and then I think REPHA(ite) was from ARPHaxad, grandfather of Hebrews. His city was Arrapha, you see, suggesting Rephaites. Sittacene was somewhere between Susa and Arrapha.

Thus, the Hebrews of the dragon bloodline, to the family of Abraham, was destined to rule the world via the Revelation dragon: the Cotta-Caesar bloodline. It's known that Guti had merged with Ishtar of Babylon, and she represents the Revelation harlot sitting on the seven hills of Rome, and riding upon the eight-headed dragon. Seven have come and gone; we await the eighth.

Asopus had a daughter, Aigina, who was an element of Aeacus: "AEGINA. Aeacus, a son of Zeus and Aegina, a daughter of the river-god Asopus. He was born in the island of Oenone or Oenopia, whither Aegina had been carried by Zeus to secure her from the anger of her parents, and whence this island was afterwards called Aegina. " Oenone must be another wine term, suggestive of the Maenads moving to Sicyon's Asopus via Boeotia's Asopus. The latter river was at Keturah-suspect Cithaeron. What's all this mean?

As I've said, Sittacene elements, from the Susa area, evolved into proto-Zeus (i.e. from "Susa") at Jerusalem when it was called, Zedek. I didn't know of the Sittaceni at Azov until years later. I identified Soducena (near or at Jerevan) with Zeus' only wife, Hera. I had identified Zeus fundamentally with "Asopus," and identified "Asopus" as an Asi merged with ancient Opis (on the Tigris), near Sittacene. in this picture, Zeus' wife was a Garebite peoples at Jerusalem, and proto-Zeus himself was Zedek.

I'm thinking that Aigina and Aeacus were king-Og elements at southern Jerusalem. I had traced Og to the Auge surname, reasoning that his descendants migrated with Keturah elements to Athens and neighboring Boeotia, where mythical Ogyges of Boeotia was pegged as Og's descendants. Ogyges was the Ares dragon at Thebes, and Ares traces to "Aras," the Jerevan / Soducena / Gog theater. If Keturah liners of the Cutter / Catter kind named the Cottians, was Julius Caesar a line from Abraham? The Cote's/Cotta's/Cottins are also COTARd and COTERal. Cotters were first found in the same place as Auge's!!! (I didn't know that when writing the sentence before the last.)

The article on the Cenischia river was loaded because Susa (of Italy) is situated at the mouth of that river with the Riparia. I recalled the Seneca surname listed with the Seneschal/SeneCOT/SeneCAUT surname, which smacks of that river, and what was found? "Hamon de Senechal held a strong castle that still remains in the valley of Auge." Biblical Og, off the south-western side of Jerusalem, was a Rephaite!!!

So, you see, Og's bloodline is suspect in a merger with the house of Cottius, and the whole thing is predicted to be from the Zedek proto-Sadducees through Boeotia. There are two Auge Coats, and an Auger Coat with what could be the Ferrari lion. It was emailer Patterson who first got me on the Auger surname, she not realizing, as i didn't at the time, that it could trace to Rephaites. It's Og-interesting that Auge's are said to have lived in OXfordshire.

Reminder: Cadusii, who trace to Boeotia with Cadmus, slayer of Ogyges, may have named the Sittaceni / Soducena.

I was just at the Ogyges article and came across this: "...Lake Copais, a large lake once in the center of Boeotia." I'd like to know what named that, and whether it involved a blue lion. There are two CEPHISSIS rivers (one each in Attica and Boeotia) smacking of "Chivasso / Caiaphas." Those rivers had not come to mind when tracing the Orco river to Orchomenos Boeotians. Mythically, Cephissus was a son of Pontus, and therefore a brother of Phorcys. How interesting. A mythical Cepheus married CASSiopeia, mother-in-law of Pharisee-like Perseus.

It can now be established that Seager / Segni elements trace with Sagens/Segans to Susa, explaining why they also traced to the Ticini river, where we could expect some Laevi-merged Salyes. If I recall correctly, Biblical Sheshai in Hebron, involved with Abraham, was either an Anaki, or an Anaki partner. His descendants are now suspect, as a long shot, at Susa/Segusio. The Arms of Susa looks like it uses a GATE, and my senses are telling me that the Seaton-honored Yates (use gates) trace to Susa, and that "SEGNI" is what named Sion, the alternative name of Sitten. Mythically, Cephissus was a son of Pontus, and therefore a brother of Phorcys. How interesting.

I had forgotten, when writing the above, that Yate's were first found in the same place as Julians/Gillians! Yate's are also "Yeats," smacking of Geats. Then, zowie, yes, compare the border used in the Yate Coats with the one in the Teague Coat (not identical, but reflective), for Teague's are the ones using the black-on-white crosslet used large by Julians/Gillians. BUT TEAGUE'S ARE THE ONES SHARING THE BORDER DESIGN OF RIPPERS!!!

DESIGN MATTERS, and houseofnames knows it. Lest houseofnames makes changes, the Teague and Ripper chevrons are now showing identical aside from color; both chevrons are solid, of the same height, with exactly the same border. This is uncontestable proof that Yates and Seatons (and other Geat / Gate liners, likely) trace to Susa (and other areas if the RIPARia) with Teague's and Julians. Believe it or not. Teague's call their chevron, "perchevron embattled."

The Gusts are the ones said to be from both Geats and a "Gaut" term that gets the Cotta surname. Gusts are the ones using the curved Forst chevron. The Ottone's, a possible Cottone term, are the ones using a curved solid chevron that's a version of the Chappes chevron.

Teague's use besants and a motto term suggesting Bassianus elements at the Somme river of Picardy. It was determined that the Somme was named by Sohaemus, who married a Massena liner, Drusilla. Therefore, it seems true after all that the Julius-Caesar bloodline named Julia Maesa and Julia Domna, daughters of Julius Bassianus.

Teague's, as they are using a version of the Took/Touque/Tolkien Coat, can be traced to the Touques river of Normandy, where Motts traced. Tooks/Touque's were first found in the same place (Kent) as Caesars. No surprise now.

It looks like Pattersons and Bassets ("rege" motto terms) are from Patricians of the Reges surname as it married Julius Caesar's grandfather. The fact that Pattersons share the pelican with Langs needs to be in view with the Longinus surname: "The chief family of the Cassii in the time of the Republic bears the name of Longinus. The other cognomina during this time are Hemina, Parmensis, Ravilla, Sabaco, Varus, and Viscellinus. The Viscellini were the only patrician family of the gens." Now, put that together with the Cassane variation of Irish Pattersons, for it strongly suggests the Cassino/Cassius surname...which uses Zionists stars in the colors of the scallops used by Sadducee-suspect Sodans/Sowdens (Devon again), which are the Patterson scallops (in colors reversed) because Pattersons are said to be from Sodhans. The Parmensis surname could go to Parms/Palms and Flaccus-suspect Palmers.

The knight in the Fano/Fantino Coat is going to become extremely important below, for Knights use a spur, as do Close's/Clovse's suspect with the Closeburn location of KilPATRICKs. The Besancon location was found to be important to the Border surname and theme, having to do with the blue-apple riddle suspect with Apollo lines to Avalon (i.e. from Avellino, where Viscellinus was located), and then the engrailed border used by Bissets is used by Knights too, important because Bissets use bend colors of the counts of Blois, while Knights, first found in the same place as Blois', use a version of the other Arms of the counts of Blois. Blois was suspected as central to the blue-apple riddle.

The gens Cassia was a Roman family of great antiquity. The gens was originally patrician, but all of the members who appear in later times were plebeians. The first of the Cassii to obtain the consulship was SPURius Cassius Viscellinus, in 502 BC. He was the proposer of the first agrarian law, and was put to death by the patricians...

...The principal names of the Cassii during the Republic were Lucius, Gaius, and Quintus. The praenomen Spurius was used only by the patrician house of the Cassii Viscellini. Marcus is known from a single instance at the very end of the Republic, in which the praenomen is given only by Valerius Maximus.

Possibly, "Maximus" was the proto-Maxwell surname in that Kilpatricks use the Maxwell saltire. The Spurrs/Spurriers (Devon again) use the same bend as Botters (and Chattans and Bissets), and even share a central star upon their bends. There you see more gold garbs in the Spur Coat and Crest. The same bend is used by Scottish Caseys, and then Irish Caseys (gold garb) share a red eagle with English Botters. The crows with the Casey bend will be found Massena-important below, but let's not forget that the crow was an Apollo line from PATmos.

The Laevinus surname (had power and presence at Viscellinus) arises in Rome about the same time, or a few decades before, the first-known Hasmoneans. I'll assume they were from the Laevi: Publius Valerius Laevinus was commander of the Roman forces at the Battle of Heraclea in 280 BC... Heraclea was near Tarentum, now Taranto. This Laevinus also had a battle(s) in Capua. Note his Valerius surname, for it was Valerius Gratus who elevated Caiaphas to the high priesthood. "The Gens Valeria was a patrician family at Rome...The Valeria gens was divided into various families under the Republic, the names of which are Corvus or Corvinus [crow liners], Falto, Flaccus, Laevinus, Maximus, Messalla, Potitus, Poplicola or Publicola, Tappo, Triarius, and Volusus. "

Wikipedia says that "Poplicola, Publicol and Publius" derived from the idea of people, public, population, but I'm reserving judgment, thinking the Paphlagonians instead. The Potitus term sounds to be from the Poti location on the Black sea, near Paphlagonians and the Pontus. The Valeria article clinches the Messalla trace to Messina, and tells that it predates king Massena:

The surname Messalla was originally assumed by Manius Valerius Maximus Corvinus [evokes the Meshwesh = crow line of Cyrene] after his relief of Messana in Sicily from blockade by the Carthaginians in the second year of the First Punic War, BC 263. Members of this family appear for the first time on the consular Fasti in BC 263...The cognomen Messalla, frequently written Messala, was originally an agnomen, meaning "of Messana." It appears with the agnomens Barbatus [Berbers?], Niger [dark skinners?], and Rufus [dark skinner, raven liners?].

By "Messana," Messina is meant. Note that Ralphs / Ruffs use a crow / raven, suggesting that the raven vikings, and Rollo, trace to the Messala bloodline. It may explain why Guiscards wanted Sicily. I would distinguish between Messalla's and Massena's, but king Massena was born shortly after 263 BC, and may have been a Massalla bloodliner. I'm still banking on a Maccabee trace to king Massena's alliance with Scipio, but I think it now requires a trace of that merger to Julius Caesar. There are probably sufficient family trees to show whether this was true.

Note how the Masculine variation of Skipton-related Meschins reflects "Massalla." Again, Meschins use the same-colored scallops as Flacks, expected from the Flaccus line of Valerius'. I've already shown how Musso's/Mussolini's trace to Musselburg via Marsi-suspect Marshalls.

With Hasmoneans tracing to the Has/Hasen / House/Hauss / Hazel bloodline, note that the same LEAVES used by Hazels and house's are showing in the Falt/Faulds/Fauls Coat, for this surname may be from the Falto branch of Valerius'. Suddenly, Valerius' are suspect at the feet of Israel's priest-kings. Falts/Faulds/Fauls look like they are using the Bistone-Ares erect sword (Bistone's were from Cyrene), and were first found in Ayrshire, a term suspect with Ares-suspect Aures. It looks like the Valerius branch of Romans were from North Africa's Amazons-Berbers-Numidians-Gaetuli, where Caiaphas' and Annas' ancestry had traced recently.

Recall that the Arcs (family if Joan of Arc) traced to the Arc river, location of Modane. I now find that the three crossed arrows using by the family of Joan of Arc, before they changed their name to "du Lys," are in the Crest of English Falts/Faulds/Fauls! The Coat even uses a central fleur-de-lys! As Joan ruled in Blois, we are on the blue-Apollo bloodline, so to speak. The latter Falts look to be using the Shield of Anne's/Hanne's.

My quest a few updates ago was to check out the relationship between Porcius Cato and a certain Mr. Flaccus, for they were neighbors in Abruzzo, while Flaccus helped to raise Cato to certain levels of power. But I was sidetracked, and here I find myself on Mr. Laevinus:

Marcus Valerius Laevinus (fl. 3rd century BC) was a Roman magistrate who was active during both the Second Punic War and the First Macedonian War.

...A member of the Patrician gens Valeria, Laevinus may have been appointed Curule aedile in 229 BC. In the following year (228 BC), he may have been appointed Praetor in Sardinia...It is presumed that both consuls were forced to abdicate at some point early during the year, possibly as a result of internal political pressures; both Laevinus and his colleague were members of the Claudian faction, which was attempting to wrest power from the rival Aemilian-Scipionic faction. The consuls who succeeded Laevinus and his colleague were from this rival faction.

Porcius Cato and Flaccus had also opposed the Scipio faction at that time. While Laevinus was maybe at Sardinia in 214, Cato was arising in Capua, and would himself be overseeing some Sardinian affairs some two decades later. Somewhere in this history, there could be clues as to how the king-priests of Israel developed. As Massena's are expected to be on-side with the Scipio faction, its notable that Meschins appear to have merged with Flaccus', though the heraldic evidence doesn't reveal the timing. Heraldry can indicate a few things, but limited. Let's see what gives in the next update.

I didn't learn that the last update was inaccessible until after the week was out. I really need to be more careful when typing the address codes. The page is accessible now.


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