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Guerin of Provence, Founder of Scots
The Flack About Porcius Cato

A mysterious Martian rock that appeared in front of the Opportunity rover within days has left scientists scratching their heads.

The rover, which landed on Mars in 2004, hasn't moved in over a month as it waits for better weather on the red planet.

But a photo taken on Sol 3540 (January 8th, or the 3,540th Martian solar day since the Opportunity rover landed) shows a rock that wasn't visible in previous photos taken on Sol 3536.

Comparison photos are shown. There is no mystery. It's proof that the craft is on earth in a studio faking a trip to Mars. It even looks like a spot on the Earth. Someone in the studio was responsible for locating the object in view of the camera, and workers in the project not privy to the trick let out this story...because those privy would not do so. NASA only wants to convince the human race that there could be life on Mars. Period. There is money to be obtained by that strategy, but the main drive to murder God by "proving" evolution.

Notice in the photo how the small pebbles look like dirt washed into the crevices by water. It plays on your mind, just as it was intended. The pebbles are even smooth and rounded, which got that way on earth due to water erosion (not over millions of years). It's not certain, in my mind, that the extra object in one photo is a rock. It doesn't seem to be a rock due to a large cavity on the top, as well as a square shape like a package. There are what seem to be two perfectly-parallel stripes on the right-side corner.

The image at the page above doesn't do justice, but one wonders why they arranged the color not to show. In the image below, the object is in colors unlike its surroundings, and a NASA spokesman says: "'We saw this rock just sitting here. It looks white around the edge in the middle and there's a low spot in the centre that's dark red -- it looks like a jelly doughnut. And it appeared, just plain appeared at that spot -- and we haven't ever driven over that spot.'" Perhaps a crewman decided that this fakery had to come to an end. Perhaps there's one less person alive now, or more.

The image may change colors again as the leaders try to explain it in an acceptable manner. Note that, in this image, we can't see the two parallel stripes on the packaging; they are now blurred out. That part had to go, didn't it?

The employees not privy to the scam will tend make it difficult for the scammers to publicize a ridiculous explanation. Yet, already, they have come out with the claim that a rock fell off the tread of the rover's wheel. The problem is, and all the employees know it, the vehicle didn't move between the time that the object wasn't there and the time that it appeared. The fact that the before and after images are identical in every other way is proof that the vehicle didn't move. So how does a rock falling a foot or two from a wheel get that far in front of the vehicle...if it could fall at all without no machine movement? Did it bounce like a ball when it hit the ground? Maybe rocks on Mars do that.

Was there a strong wind in the area that blew the rock over? The pebbles tell us, no, for they are in the same position before and after. Did a meteor impact send the rock smack to camera view? Yes, if you're dope enough to believe it.

The claim in the first article is that the rock is upside down. Is that a joke? How would anyone know top from bottom? Oh, yes, the difference in color. They are trying to explain that part by saying that the visible part hadn't gotten sun for billions of years. The one telling that fib makes it sound like a Godsend stroke of luck to be able to see the underside of a Martian rock. That way, the reader concentrates less on the how-did-it-get-there, and naively accepts it as a miracle.

But wait, the object is bright/white, not just on a "flat" side (actually, it isn't flat at all), but on the sides too. The sun is expected to shine on the side of a rock, isn't it? Besides, are we to believe that the sun made the surface red? Did the surface rocks get tanned in the sun, while buried parts of rocks are all white? Is that what the fibber is trying to convince you of? There's no humidity to cause mold to make surface rocks darker than buried rocks.

Again, look at how the pebbles are concentrated in the rock crevices? How did they get there without water? The "scientists" put them there. They meticulously formed this scene for to trick the world. Someone threw in a piece of wrapping material, shaped like a cup, as though it had a hamburger or something inside it, and left it there. A non-insider in the NASA headquarters discovered it on camera, and it got out to the news.

The entire project is a scam. The claim that they found clay on Mars is a lie. If they don't lie, they will be out of jobs. If they do lie, you'll be out of wasted money.

What's wrong with this NASA statement: "'We had driven a metre or two away from here, and I think the idea that somehow we mysteriously flicked [the rock] with a wheel is the best explanation,' Squyres said." Oh, I see. Just as the machine came to a stop, the round tire tread flicked a rock straight up, and even caused it to curve inward at the top of the flick, so that the rock landed on top of the tread...just as the machine came to a stop so as not to knock the rock off. Laughter. Later, the wind blew it off, and it bounced / rolled into camera view without moving a pebble or making a mark in the loose grit.

The donut term is very important for playing on your mind, that you might think the "rock" could roll to that spot. I can see that the image with the rock has been narrowed slightly as compared to the other image. I can think of only one reason for this: to change the shape of the object, perhaps make it more circular.

I have owned a mini excavator with rubber tracks, and have worked with rocks galore. It is impossible to drive over a rock at slow speed and flick it up to the topside of the track. Rocks don't have such bounce. Unless the rover was moving 80 miles per hour, that story is dead in the dirt. Squyres didn't suggest that the object got caught between two tire treads probably because it's too large for that.

But the trick goes on: "'It's like nothing we've ever seen before,' he said. 'It's very high in sulphury, it's very high in magnesium, it's got twice as much manganese as we've ever seen in anything on Mars." Yeah, and some mustard too. The idea here is that science has "proven" this to be a rock and nothing but a rock, so that anyone like me or you who says it isn't a rock, we'll we're just wrong. But they're lying. The thing has no magnesium. It's a lie for the purpose at hand.

He then sounds off like one doing public-relations damage control: "That's the beauty of this mission...what I've realized is that we will never be finished. There will always be something tantalizing, something wonderful just beyond our reach that we didn't quite get to -- and that's the nature of exploration."" It's all so wonderful, don't you NASA lovers agree?

While Spirit lost contact with Earth and was later declared "dead" in 2010, Opportunity has now roamed the planet far in excess of what was originally planned as a three-month mission. Nasa said that with its maximum speed of just 0.05mph, as of...(15 January 2014) Opportunity had covered just over 24 miles (38km).

Maximum speed, haha, of 1/20th of one mile per hour, haha, and it flicked a rock a foot or two into the air, haha. Believe you me, I have laughed a lot more than indicated. NASA didn't want to get asked that question, and it didn't want to answer it, but what choice did the sops have?

One mile per hour is 1.5 feet per second, so that maximum velocity of this creeper is one inch per second. It's the average speed of an ant during break time.

It's obvious that, after NASA lost public confidence in the 2010 project (with a real voyage to Mars), they faked a project, and reported great success, of course, until this "disaster." I'm still laughing. If this object is a miracle, it's on behalf of the public, to expose NASA. Toss NSA and NASA into one trash can; set it on fire. Use the money for much better things.

Someone in a blog says: "It is not a question of velocity but torque." It's the scientific types to the rescue. "Torque" in this case seems meaningless. It just sounds good. Torque refers to the weight of the machine versus the velocity. We are to imagine a situation in which a rock is arranged just-so, that the weight alone acting on one of its sides caused it to fling up. You are not given the option of claiming a hoax because that would be accusing NASA of a very terrible thing.

You and I know that if we were to drive that rover for 10,000 miles at the speed of one inch per second, no rock would fling as high as an inch. Yet we are to believe that, at the very last inch of the rover's motion, a rock at least the size of a hand took flight for a foot or more in height, curled inward toward the wheel rather than away from it, and remained on top of the wheel rather than tumbling off. Torque-shmorque, it didn't happen. It's just as was expected, NASA is faking trips into outer space, Hollywood style.

The Founders of the Scots

One may argue that, yes, tribwatch has discovered that Quintus Caepio is behind the Rennes-le-Chateau treasure and riddle, but that it doesn't prove that Caiaphas' sons were involved. One needs to ask the Herod family at Comminges whether I'm right about my claims. It's a simple as that. If Herods were smack at the location of the bars, why not Caiaphas liners in Rennes-le-Chateau? Dingaling. It's Mr. Captier.

The gold bars were found before Herod was a man. If Caiaphas was a grandson of Quintus Caepio, as I suspect, he would have gotten a couple of gold bars, if he was on his best behavior toward the family, and as such he could have told a Herod what he knew of the gold-bar discovery and situation...though this exchange of information seems doubtful unless Herods were very close to Caiaphas' mysterious family.

I have a sense that Valerius Gratus traces to the Valour/Valois surname that we saw linking shortly above to Teuton lines. The Valery Coat (Dauphine, where the other Herod lived) happens to use a chevron in colors reversed to the Valour/Valois chevron. This very line, because Valois' are also "Valais," may have named Valais/Wallis canton at Sion/Sitten. There is an Italian Valerie surname too, using nothing but a blue-on-white lion; I think that is very significant. I've not known it before. Valerius Gratus chose Caiaphas as the high priest, and as Gratus was followed by Pontius Pilate, the Valery surname at Dauphine may have been at mount Pilat = St. Etienne.

As Crichtons/Creightons use nothing in their Coat but the Valerie lion, as well as a "grace" motto code, it can suggest that Crichtons were from "Gratus." If that's correct, out the window go my traces of that surname to Cretans / Curetes. I would not, however, scrap a Crichton trace to Craigs at Akragas. Let me re-quote from earlier in this page as per a "crede" motto term:

Here's the English Bussons (Melusine in Crest), first found in Lancashire i.e. probably Riparians on the Ribble. Excellent! It traces Bussons to the Bousson tributary just like that. The "Crede" motto term, and the three bends, of English Bussons, traces them with little doubt to the three bends used by Crete's/Craits/Creys (Grey/Croy suspects), suspect with Crichtons/Creightons who are themselves suspect with Craigs tracing to Akragas. The keys are exploding like flint stones from the big mouth of a Sicilian volcano [the Aubusson location at Aveyron was traced hard at this time to Akragas].

There is a Crede surname as well, using a chevron and in-chevron symbols in the colors of the in-fesse symbol and fesse of English Bush's (the latter first found at the sources of the Ribble). Just like that, BONEhead and numbSKULL Bush's are discovered to be a branch of Godfrey de Bouillon, whose house in Bologne traces to Bononia. It appears very much that Boii on Bononia figured in at Bousson and the Riparia.

The next point is that the Grace/Grase surname, which shares a "grace" motto term with Crichtons, uses an "affie" motto term seemingly screaming AVEYron / Viu elements. Brians use lions half gold, half silver, which I pegged as code for metal miners / workers, though that was before learning of the gold and silver Caepio bars, or did they belong to Teutons? The Grace's/Grase's are showing a lion half in gold and half in silver, and then the full Busson motto is "Crede byron" because they use the Byron Coat. It could be, therefore, that Byrons were a branch of Brians, expected because Briancon is directly over the Alps from the sources of the Riparia.

If "BYRon" was the earlier term, before "Brian," then "Boiorix" can apply. That would trace the Cimbri whom he commanded to Briancon, just 20 miles from Modane upon the Arc river that has the Chambre location! This is why it's gold-bar important that Crichtons are using the Caepio lion, for Crichtons are tracing exactly to this Boiorix-suspect picture.

The Tuttle's/Toothills, by the way, were first found in the same place (Essex) as Sempers. The latter are apparently in the "Semper" motto term of French Bussons (Auvergne), who use an owl, symbol of the Spanish Olives suspect with the Tout-related Oliphants. Didn't Bussons trace with Bush's to Edom's capital at Bozrah, and didn't buzzers trace a Rephaites to the Riparia? Sempers are yet another surname using two lions in the positioning and design of the Strange's...and Voyers! It's therefore very Boiorix-interesting that Semper-using Bussons are also "BOIsson" and similar terms. It's a wonder as to whether Boiorix was a Boii of the kind that founded Maccabees. It's starting to make sense. It doesn't matter that the Cimbri and Teutones were both from Juteland, for they came south and may have founded southern stations around Orange.

Brians and Oranges both use hunting horns. Upon loading the Orange Coat to see that's it's horn is red, I scrolled back seeking where I had seen another red horn, and it turned out to be in the Cumberland crest. Whatever you hear in secret, blow from the housetops. Both surnames use black striping on their red horns. Cumberlands are the ones sharing black-on-white wolves (Sale colors) with Salfords/Savards, suspect from the Salyes who lived at the river that Briancon sits upon. As Salfords/Savards use the Bush fesse colors and even throw in some boars, they can trace to Saluzzo and Busca.

The old name for Orange was suspect (by me) from "Aures," land of the Shawia that I say named the Sheaves/Chiapponi's and related Chives/Shives at Chivasso. As this was definitely the Caiaphas entity, that's why it could be expected that Quintus Caepio transported the treasure to the Orange theater. That's good reasoning for explaining why the war took place there. But then Caepio must have been a Caiaphas liner, otherwise the argument breaks down. Caepio lived mere decades before the birth of Caiaphas.

"Caepio" traced well to "Capelli," like the Cabellio location (Durance river) very near Orange.

Of further interest is where the English Grace Coat shows the Irish Grace/Crase lion all in gold. The English branch has a write-up tracing to a Roger le Gas. Either that's a spelling error, of the Gas' were branches of Grace's/Grass'. Scottish Gas' (has a Gate look to it) once again use two lions in the positions and positioning of the Voyer lions.

French Gas' now show a duck, symbol of German Gas'/Gassons that I think were a branch of Wassa'/Gace's, and so what we may have here is the discovery that entities such as Washingtons and Gascony were named as Gas versions from the Gratus' surname. French Gas' are shown properly as "Garce/Garcon," much like "Grace," and they were first found in the same place (Dauphine) as Valery's.

The Garcon variation may be play on "boy," for the surname is in the colors of the Boys/Bouie's who may be a Boiorix line. I did not know when starting this paragraph that Italian Boys/Bove's/Boi's were first found in the same place (Emilia-Romagna) as the blue-lion Valerie's!!! The latter Boys even show as "Boetto," like the Sadducee house of Boethus/Boetus! Valerie's are using the Caepio lion, right? The Boy/Bove/Boetto bull is in the colors of the bull in the Arms of Turin, a city between Chieri and Chivasso.

Now look. The Boso(n) bull is in the design of the Chiaro bull, and Bosonids were counts of Arles until they produced William I of Provence, the turf upon which Orange is found. It is very possible that Boso's were the same as Boys/Bove's, and therefore from the Boiorix bloodline.

You have just read an excellent reason for tracing Sadducees to the Chiaro's, tending to clinch that the latter were from Joseph Caiaphas. "Boet(t)/Boets" gets the German Bute's/Butts, for all that could mean on top. Zowie, the surname also comes up as "Boetes"!

AHA! Black-boar Booth's come up as "Boethes."

"William I (c. 950 - after 29 August 993), called the Liberator, was Count of Provence from 968 to his abdication...He is often considered the founder of the county of Provence. He and his elder brother Rotbold II were sons of Boso II of Arles and Constance of Viennois..." This William was grandfather to Adele of Flanders. Not only was Adele a Capetian on her father's side, but she was apparently a Caiaphas liner on her mother's side (to the Boso's). Note that the first-listed count of Arles was a Garin/Warin/Guerin, duke of Toulouse, and count of Auvergne. He was not long before the Templar formation.

See the Templar organization in the Garin/Guerin write-up. Aren't those the Payen stars? All that time that I was tracing Guerrens to Guerra's of Bologna, I didn't have access to the Italian Garin/Guerino/Varin surname, first found in Bologna. I didn't know to enter "Garin" until seeing it at the page above. The Coat is even in Varn / Varro colors! Can we imagine the proto-Bouillons in Bologna coming to Auvergne while this Guerin ruled it? of Bologna. This Guerin must be one of the chief Templar lines. "Guerin, Garin, Warin, or Werner (Latin: Werinus or Guarnarius; died 845 or 856) was the Count of Auvergne, Chalon, Macon, Autun, Arles and Duke of Provence, Burgundy, and Toulouse."

His family at some point was very likely from the Drago river as well as Draguignan in Provence. This family looks like the reason that the Boso's, who came after him in Arles, used the Chiaro bull. I'll assume that Guerin had the red Chiaro bull (in the colors of the Drake dragon) as his own symbol, and that his descendants transferred it to Oxford when Vere's took that entity.

The timing of Guerin is bang on for a marriage / affair with Melissena of Byzantium. I'm going to guess that the Italian Garin/Guerino Coat is a gold version of what became the Arms of Trebizond empire (Byzantium). As German Garins were first found in Saxony, and as they use the same colors as the Italian Garin Coat, the latter must be the makings, or a version, of the Arms of Saxony. German Garins are also "Goring," and then Gore's were first found in the same place as Vere's. Hmm, does that mean that Vere's were from the namers of Gorski? Who were those namers? In any case, I think this paragraph is fairly accurate already, for the Arms of the Byzantine Rangabe's (Melissena's surname) share a white flory cross with Bouillons, and then Gore's/Gowers ("flectes" motto term) use a flory cross of their own! This is another reason for confidence in this Guerin applying to the Italian Guerin surname. In Guerin's article: "Guerin has been suggested as a brother of Bernard I of Auvergne, whose relationships are unknown."

I'm also going to guess that the Garin/Guerino eagle was that of Charlemagne (who died shortly before Guerin's time) because the Garins/Gorings use an upright lion in the colors of the same of Carols. This eagle is probably in the Chief of Italian Fulks.

Gowers/Gore's were from Gouy, meaning that the Guy/Guise surname can apply, and then Guido's come up as "Guis." Guerin was the Guido Guerra line, wasn't he? It means that this Guerin's ancestry us suspect at the founding of the Scots, where Nicholas de Vere speaks of a Milouziana / Melusine, mother of Vere's proper in Anjou.

Some say that Guerin's father was: "Saint William of Gellone, also known as William of Aquitaine...second Count of Toulouse from 790 until his replacement in 811...he is known in French as Guillaume d'Orange, Guillaume Fierabrace..." That's quite gold-bar suspicious, a ruler of both Toulouse and Orange. "He was a cousin of Charlemagne (his mother Aldana was daughter of Charles Martel) and the son of Thierry IV, Count of Autun...In 806, William retired to Gellone as a monk and eventually died there on 28 May 812 (or 814). When he died, it was said the bells at Orange rang on their own accord."

Kenneth MacAlpin died about the same time as Guerin, and nothing is certain about Kenneth's ancestry. Wikipedia calls into question the genealogies provided for him. I suppose it's not known whether Alpin was even his father. On the Google results page for "MacAlpin," there is a Coat showing a winged, gold-on-black wolf, the colors of lion in the Garin/Goring Coat, and moreover Gore's and Gower's/Gores use wolves.

Another page says that Kenneth was called "the Hardy," and so the Hardy surname in Douglas ancestry would apply there, a good theory because the Alpin Coat shares the red, covered crown of Douglas'. Note that Douglas' and Weirs/Vere's both show the same three stars, suggesting a possible link of Douglas' to Guerin of Provence.

From a Kenneth link to Hardys>Douglas', I would naturally trace Kenneth to Julians/Gillians at Guillestre (because I see Douglas' as a Glass bloodline to Guillestre). It was clinched, in the second update of December, that Julians/Gillians (use the same Crest as Douglas') trace to Guillestre...about 10 miles from the modern border with Provence, though, in Guerin's day, he may have had oversight of Guillestre. So far, so very good. In fact, it's remarkable that Kenneth is tracing so quickly off the cuff to the area ruled by Guerin.,P> Then, the Gellone surname is shown as "Gilling, Gillion, Gellion, Jilling," terms much like those in the Julian/Gillian page.

Plus, in what I consider the clincher, the Glass crest shows Melusine. The Glaze crest even shows a heart.

Hardys can be a lot of different things. It may only be a small point but Heartys/Arts/Harts/Carts (Arthur colors) share a gold lion with Garins/Gorings. As Hardys are in the colors of the Arthur hurt symbol, a look at Hurts is in order: in the colors of the Garins/Guerino's and Garins/Gorings. There are more hearts in the Herd/Heard/Hurd Coat, as well as an otter as code for Uther Pendragon.

The "SAPIENter" motto term of Herds/Hurds jibes with the black boars of the Hardy's as indication of Porcius lines. Moreover, as per the topic in the next update, the Porcius-Cato relationship with a Flaccus character, it's interesting that Melissena's father was TheoPHYLACtus Rangabe. ZOWIE, I've only just realized that it's the Gowers/Gore's who use a "FLECTIS" motto term!

In other words, Kenneth MacAlpin was an Arthurian bloodliner, and the Nicholas de Vere had his Melusine mother in Avalon, code, generally, for the Arthurian cult. Like the flames in the Douglas and Julian Crests, Kenneths have a flame of their own in Crest. Kenneths share the stag with German Herds/Harts.

One who think that surnames developed after "Anjou." The Hank surname comes up as Angie; I wouldn't have had anything to say, but it uses the blue-and-gold bendy of both Guerra Coats. I've always wondered whether "Rangabe" was a version of "Angevin," then name of an Anjou resident.

Another item of interest is that Otter-like Cotters share the green lizard with Garrys, and the latter use the lion in the colors of the Lyons, having potential to trace to the Rhone area that Guerin's oversight covered. The best I can do with the lizard code is the Lazards, first found in Provence!!! I didn't know that last half when the first half of the sentence was written. While German Babels use Melusine too, Lazards use nearly the three vertical, blue-on-white bars of English Babels! I had written the last sentence before the Babel Coat loaded, and there was a black spread eagle, symbol also of Italian Garins/Guerino's!!!

That is excellent because it had been established by other means, recently, besides the use of Melusine by de Vere, that the founders of Scotland were from queen Bebba. PLUS, Lazards are shown also as "Sarde," and so, if you haven't yet read it, see the Sword/Suorde write-up telling that it's from Siward of Northumberland!

The mirror in the hand of the Melusine mermaid is code for Mire's/Mireur/MIREUX's, first found in Anjou, where de Vere locates the son (Milo de Ver) of Melusine. Mire's/Mireux' use holly, and then the stag in the Babcock Crest is resting, like the stag in the Maxwell Crest, yet the latter rests in a holly bush. Maxwells and Scottish Weirs/Vere's were first found in the same place (Roxburghshire). I'm fairly sure that Maxwells are suing the saltire of Haltens, the latter surname in honor of Mieszko's wife. I am very sure that drakes were dukes of Masovia, as was Mieszko. I am very sure that the Babcock roosters trace to Goplo (Mieszko's origins) with the Koppel rooster.

Aha! German Mire's (first found in the same place as Mieske's) use an upright gold lion, symbol of German Garins/Gorings. These Mire's also use he motto, "Semper paratus," and then the full motto of Swords is "Paratus." Whatever the explanation, French Bussons, first found in Auvergne (i.e. where Guerin was out of) use both a "Semper" motto term and the German Mire oak tree. These Bussons are on a gold Shield, as are Angers, Orange's and French Mire's. English Bussons use bendy, the Guerra symbol, as well as another Melusine mermaid in Crest!

It is now VEREY VEREY clear that the expected founders of Scottish royalty link also to Guerin of Provence. How can that be? We'd have to ask the Masons who are suppressing what they know. Or, we'll need to wait for God to reveal it, if He so desires.

If the Busson motto term, "byron," traces to Briancon elements, then let me say that was not far up-river from Guillestre, the latter being where the Hardy code for MacAlpine had traced. That Briancon / Guillestre area is itself ALPINE, is it not??? One Irish Brian Coat (the one with lions half gold, half silver) showed, at one time, the same three lions (same design) as the one in the Oxford-surname Chief. The latter lion has been changed too, since last I saw it, and it's now in the same design as the ones showing in the Brian Coat. Why would houseofnames change merely the lion design, but not the colors nor the positions, nor the positioning?

One Bamburg surname was first found in Oxfordshire. The Oxford surname uses "gold bars."

I am also very sure that when the artist painted an image of Kenneth MacAlpin, shown at his Wikipedia article, the artist knew to give him a diamond pattern on his clothing because it's a Goplo symbol (probably mascles). Mythical Siemowit is given the same diamond pattern. Here is the Siemowit lattice design:

If the Siemowit image disappears, see it here:

Here's the image of MacAlpin and his lattice design: Recalling that Tancreds>Guiscards had traced to the first Scot royals too, below is a portrait that Wikipedia removed from it's Guiscard article shortly after I disclosed that the lattice and pulley trace to Siemowit Poles. I'll never know for certain whether they removed the image due to my writings, but why else would they remove it? It's not as though the article is taking up too much room on the Internet.

One Brian Coat uses the Guiscard piles, and a pile is showing also in a Bamburg/Bamberg Coat. The Latter shares red-on-white crescents, symbol of the Beggs, tending to clinch both a Begga trace to Bebba (queen at Bamburgh castle, Northumberland).

The Babel Crest is a "gold gate," and then Gate's look like they are using a version of the Ironside Coat. The gold cross in the Ironside Crest is in the Begg Crest. It was recently discovered that Pepin of Landen, Begga's father, was directly descended from the Bebba family. Variations of "Begga" led to the Babcock surname. Begga's mother's side was from Aquitaine, an area that Guerin may have ruled to some degree from Toulouse.

I don't have the time to filter truth from fact for MacAlpin's historical details. Not even his dating is known with certainty due to legends concerning him. I'll just finish by saying that he's suspect from the family of Guerin of Provence, but he seems too late (was a man in 814) to have been a son of Melissena Rangabe. That's why the two may have been partners. Her father was a man in 780, meaning that she may have been a woman by 800. Her known husband was Inger the Varangian, suspect from Ingelger, patriarch of the Anjou Fulks.

Why was Caracalla's father, three centuries after Boiorix, at Lyon? If he was fighting a war, it may suggest that the war concerned retrieval of some gold bars that had earlier been shipped into the Lyon area. It might indicate that the Cimbri did not ever get them, at least not all. The problem with owning such a vast sum of gold was laundering the money. How could anyone use too much of it without the community asking. "Where'd you get all that money"? Wikipedia reports that Caracalla raised the pay of his soldiers greatly, and so we may assume that this was one way to launder some gold, by feigning its origin in taxes. However, I can't possibly know that Caracalla's family had possession of gold bars. It's a theory. But why was Caracalla born in Lyon?

My conclusion is that the royal Scots were Julian liners from Provence, and merged with Pepinids of the Bebba kind that were in turn merged with lines from the Israeli priesthood(s) of the Vere kind. The cross type used by Julians is used by Gores too, and the Gore crosslets link solidly to the same-colored ones of Trips. Not only did Trypillians need to trace to the Guerra lines before finding, in this update, that Vere's and Gores were either identical or merged, but I expected the Trypillian goddess with hourglass symbol to trace to the Earth Mother goddess of the Varni and Angles. Angle's are expected as the founders of Angers at Anjou. The Varni and Angles are expected at the root of the Saxons, and we just saw cause shortly above that the Arms of Saxony were of the Italian Garin/Guerino Coat.

Plus, before the finding of the things above, I had traced both Trypillians and Pharisee lines from the Israeli priests to Scot-like terms such as Skits and Scheds, and even the Scott surname, and here we find that this line founded the Scot royals. Either I'm a genius, a magician, a quack, or the transfer of ideas from God into my mind have been in effect.

From Wikipedia: "Though of ancient origin, Blois is first distinctly mentioned by Gregory of Tours in the 6th century, and the city gained some notability in the 9th century, when it became the seat of a powerful countship with «Blesum castrum» («Le château de Blois»)." That prompted a look at the Bles/Blee surname, with Bled variation smacking of Bleda, Attila's brother. I wasn't going to mention this due to no evidence for linkage to Blois. However, it was notable that the three chevrons used are fat ones, which are the size of the three chevrons that the Levi Coat showed for years until last year. I also see that the Bles/Bled chevrons were in the colors of the three chevrons of the Welsh Mathie Coat.

It recalls the Mathie trace to a land similarly spelled belonging to the Paeoni, and it then recalls that Attila, with his brother, if I recall correctly, had agreed to a treaty (with the Romans, I think) while at the Pek-river theater. Plus, the Hun wolf, they say, is a blue one. That puts an entirely new twist on Blois ancestry. I'm not sure whether it can be reconciled with a Blois ancestry in Bouillons / Belli lines.

Then the Blue Coats were re-loaded, and it was seen that the French Blue/Bloues surname uses three bends in the colors of the three Bles/Blee/Bled chevrons.

ZOWIE!!! I had seen the roosters of the Scottish Blue Coat at a recent look, but did not read the write-up. I've known for many months that the rooster-using Jonathans were from Jonathan Maccabee, and here the Blue write-up traces to Knapdale on the island of Arran (beside Bute)! Arran is where the MacAbees were first found!!! I was lamenting that houseofnames changed the Jonathan rooster design immediately after I discovered its Maccabee nature, when I paired the rooster up with another surname. Thanks to the change, the latest Jonathan rooster design is that of the Blue's!!! Thank you! It's perfect.

There are probably ten rooster designs that houseofnames uses, and so, you see, it chose another design that maintained a family match. Houseofnames claims to use the earliest symbols of families possible, but a change in mere design seems unwarranted, yet houseofnames has changed designs of dozens of surnames since about March of 2012, something I had not seen much of previous to that time.

If I was correct in pegging the Balas/Bailiff Coat as one from Alexander Balus, I can now add that the Balas/Bailiff cross (in the colors of the Blue roosters) looks like a version of the Winchester cross. As Winchesters are suspect as a Caepio line, it stands to reason that the Balas/Bailiff/Balies Coat can trace to Maccabees.

DOUBLE ZOWIE!!! The Baileys (Northumberland) use motto terms, "ubi" and "ibi" (code for Abee's), as does the motto of Newmans whom I traced without doubt to MacAbees of Arran! I've just noticed that the Bailey write-up traces to a location at ABBEYville! It's making a hard link between Abbeyville and Abee's. Abbeyville is on the Somme river of Picardy.

It was during the investigation for Balus-related surnames that Billets of Maine were found, though at the time I didn't know they were related to St. Etienne. Note that French Billets come up as "Billiard," and then English Billiards show a Hilliard surname with stars in the colors of the nine Bailey stars, as well as a rooster in Crest. Then, both Hillarys and Clintons show the same six, black fitchee crosses. What a coincidence.

Aha! "Some" gets the Sions/Swans (Macey Shield) using what looks like a version of the Billiard/Hilliard Coat! The gloves that you see were, for years, the Macey gauntlet gloves, important because Maceys use a mace, and are thus exposed as Maccabees! But houseofnames changed the Sion gloves to "falconers' gloves," which, although it may confuse tribwatch readers, only adds to the clues.

It is now apparent that Billiards/Hilliards and same-colored Billiards/Billets trace to Sion lines, and that they use the stars of Morays due to linkage with Mackays and MacHeths of Moray. The rooster in the Heth Coat is of the same design as the one in the Billiard/Hilliard Crest. The MontBeliard family that was margrave of Turin may apply.

I trace Alexander Balus unflinchingly to the Alexander surname, but I don't think I then knew that the Glovers use crescents around a chevron in the colors of the Alexander-crescent and chevron! That's additional reason for a Macey trace to Alexander-Maccabees. Alexanders were first found in Kintyre, beside Arran, home of MacAbees.

It thus appears evident that the Heth stars are a colors-reversed version of the Etienne Heths are the ones using a version of the Edmond (Atheling) Coat. As Edmond was called, "Ironside," see the "signo vinces" motto, in the Ironside surname, that honors the Segni/Segurana and Vinkovci = Cibalae lines. The cross shown by Ironsides is now that also of Eatons and Samsons after houseofnames changed both at roughly the same time. Previous to the changes, both Eatons and Samsons used the same cross anyway. They both used the cross now showing for the Jansen Coat, and so note that the Jansen Shield is split vertically in the red-and-blue colors of the vertically-split Ironside Shield!

As Samsons can be shown to be a branch of Flecks, it's notable that the Jansen and Ironside Shields are in the two colors of both Felix Coats, and that English Felix's likewise use a gold cross. English Felix's also use a "mill rind," and the "gillie flowers" of Rinds trace to the Flowers, a branch of Fletchers showing Flech-like variations! A wife (Drusilla) of Felix, governor of Judea, was married also to Sohaemus!!! That would suggest the Billiard / Bailey stars to be a match with those in the Italian Felix Coat...which could reveal that Felix of Judea was from the Maccabee-Seleucid line. I now know that Herod Agrippa was from that line (see "AristoBULUS" in the last update for that topic [it's not the last update anymore]).

The "gillie" term of Rinds likely links old Felix's of Rome to Julians/Gillians, and therefore to Julius Bassianus, brother of Julius Agrippa, the latter known to be a descendent of Sohaemus and Drusilla. Ironside's use the Julian/Gillian cross in gold. Edmond Ironside was of the Anglo-Saxon fold, as was king Alfred; the Felix potent cross is used in the Alfred Coat. King Alfred's father was AETHELwulf. A Heth liner, right?

This section was written weeks before tracing Heths above to Teutons. It seemed that Heths should be lumped in with the Aedon / Autun / Dayton bloodline of the Aeson kind. In short. "Heth" was a version "Aedui," the real peoples of Autun. A(e)thelings were likewise, apparently, suggesting that the Aedui became Saxons. To test whether a tribe was Germanic, it must trace to Armenians, while Herminones-branch Germanics must trace to Hermes at Sion. Mythical Aedon was of Boiotia, founded by Cadmus, an Armenian line out of Sion.

Billiards/Hilliards are traced to roofers (laughable) and therefore to a "thatcher." When we check the Thatcher surname, we find a moline cross in white-on-red, the colors of the TECK/Tess saltire, important because Thatchers are also shown as "THACKer." It reveals that Thatchers are yet another Ticino-river line.

There was evidence that the Ticino was named as a T-version "SEGNi," and so lets recall that the Sibals use the Seager moline. The Thatcher moline, white on red, would be a red moline if it was taken in colors reversed, which is the color of the moline in the Sibal Crest! Therefore, Seagars are indeed tracing, with Sibals even, to the Ticino river...and then "Sibald"-suspect Siward of Northumberland traced both to the Ticino and to the Sava, the latter being where Cibalae is located.

This trace of Siward to Cibalae has not been forced by me to match what you're about to read. As Siward has been identified as a son / nephew of Sigrid the Haughty, and as she was the mother of Canute, see the VALLENTUNa location mentioned in the Wikipedia article on Skagul Toste, the reported father of Sigrid the Haughty. I don't think he was the true father, but heraldry proved a relationship between them. The point is, emperor VALENTINian I was born in Cibalae.

Recall that Trypillians, because they were from Moldova, may have been at Noua Moldova opposite the Danube from the mouth of the Pek river. It's important now because early Beaks are said to be "Beche" and "Beke." Beaks are therefore a Payen line to Panico's at the Setta valley, where Guido Guerra operated. Beaks were important because they use the Arms of Trebizond as well as a colors-reversed version of the Haught/Haughton Coat, from Mieszko's daughter. It may not only be that Vere-Drake's stem from Mieszko's, but that Mieszko's were developed from the Varni in the first place.

The Byzantine empire of Trebizond was several centuries after I see Trabzon elements (the Trypillians) in northern Italy, suggesting that the Guerin line was involved with the makings Trebizond by Byzantines because Guerin had been involved with Melissena. And, because the Varni had been from Trypillians in the first place. Yes, I'm claiming that Guerin was a Varni family in Provence, as well as the Varangians proper. It was exactly in his lifetime that Varangian proper appeared, going into Kiev at that general time, and also into Red-Rus Galicia/Halychyna, the old Trypillian stomping grounds.

Halychyna was home to Ruthenians, such a Guerincidence because Ruthenes also lived at Rodez / Auvergne. I ventured a trace of Varangians back to the Ruthene from the start of the dragon hunt, but am now compelled to see the Varni, several centuries before Varangians, from Redone elements. Lucky for me, the Varni and Angles had a Reudigni tribe. They also had a Eudoses tribe, which smacks of the Aedui peoples of Autun, the ones now suspect as furnishing the Teutons.

You see, I think Autun's founders were Boiotians, the line to the Boethus house of Sadducees expected on the Orco river...flowing to Chivasso, the entity that was related to Guerin liners. And from the relationship of Guerin's family to the Chives-honoring Mosca family, the Varangians of Kiev likely named Moscow. Inger, Melissena's husband, was very likely in Kiev; how else did he get involved with Byzantium? And so the Mosca-Guerin family are suspect in leadership positions of the first Varangians proper, at the root of Russia proper, even, and that traces the Israeli priesthood to pirates, as they deserve, as well as to Rus in all their forms.

The Rus is where the Cimbri trace to, if the Cimbri were from the Rusa-allied Cimmerians. I fully expect that to be true, a Gog in the face of Israel offering Jesus up to a well-plotted murder, the act which will bring down the kingdoms of the earth at the Appointed Time.

It's now suspect that Guerin liners were the makers of the Gard / Gardner surnames. As we saw the Mosca's and "muscas" using Drake's from Agrigento, that's exactly where the Craig ancestry of the Carricks traces, and then Carricks use both a "Garde" motto term and an ostrich, symbol of Trabys. It begs the question of whether Trabzon elements were at Agrigento, and so, yes, the Mosco's were those Trabzon elements because Mosco's were Meshwesh otherwise called Amazighen, from the Amazons that originated at Trabzon. But they also originated at Mazaca, in CAPPADocia, which may ultimately be the reason for the "captat muscas" motto phrase of Drake's. The relationship between the Mieszko Poles and the Traby location of Poland has to do with this, right? It's obvious.

So, when one draws a migratory line from Agrigento to Masovia of Poland, where Drake's ruled perhaps as early as Guerin, or shortly afterward (Mieszko was born about a century after Guerin), it creates the opportunity for Varangians of Sweden to venture down to Kiev, with allies in neighboring Poland. But then there were allies in the Khazars too, as per Melissena having royal Khazar blood on one side. Eventually, the Khazars saw through the duplicity of the Varangians, and warred against them, but lost. That loss formed, ultimately, the Red-Jew Rothschilds, who came to control Moscow probably for the reason of being from the Mosca bloodline. I have found many ways to link Rothschilds / Rothchilds, raven liners, to Macey liners.

This is it. We are on the dragon. This is the Rosicrucian dragon, from Creusa of Agrigento, the namer of the Craigs and similar others, to the wicked line that founded Moscow, the wicked line that killed Jesus, an innocent, well-doing, wise and productive Individual, a Leader, a Brother, a Helper, a hater of evil, courageous unto Death. The planet will never be the same under His rule.

As Carricks already traced to the cousins of the Geds (proto-Geddes), we thus have more reason to trace Gettels/Gardsons (blue ravens, symbol of Varangians and of the Meshwesh), to the Drake-related Guerra bloodline. Yes, Guerra's share the Drake wyVERN dragon so as to trace to Agrigento too...because Guerra's were from Guerin. And Guido's must have been the Gettel-line Gaetuli to Guido Guerra. The Gettel surname being listed with Gardsons is simply the same as Guidi's of Bologna merging with Guerin lines. Why did the Guerin family end up in Bologna? Probably, because they originated there as the Boii and/or Paeoni (i.e. proto Payens). Like we saw, it appeared that Godfrey de Bouillon's family should stem from Bologna into the Auvergne area ruled by Guerin. Guerin's family thus becomes suspect as the founders of Templars, explaining why Templars were vikings.

Thus far, it seems correct to me to peg Guerin's father as William of Gellone. The latter was also William of Orange and Guillaume Fierabrace. Isn't that a term linking to Feurs / Fears? Note, first off, how his name reflects "Guillestre," for that place was discussed above in conjunction with Briancon/Brigantium, which is itself suspect with "Briques(sart)," and therefore with the Brick / Brix bloodline (suspect with Bruce's) that may have included Brace's...that created "FieraBRACE."

Brace's look to be using the Sale bend in colors reversed, the first clue that Brace's trace to Briancon. Brace's also use the bent (embowed) Mieske arm in armor, and the arm-in-armor holding a sword shared by Bessins/Beastons (bees) and Bistons (both use the Sale bend), important because Ranulf de Briquessart lived in the Bessin, a place said to be founded by Baiocasses, said by some to be from the Boii. The Bessen was home to MaccaBOII liners, wasn't it? Yes, and Modane is 20 miles from Briancon while Briancon is tracing right here to the Meschins...suspect from the Mosca-Drake alliance. Here's from the last update; note the FEIR term:

These Given lines are highly suspect with mythical Lohengrin, whom I traced as a Ligurian swan entity [expected on the Durance, location of Briancon] to an alliance with Carthaginians. In an alternative version of the Lohengrin tale, which is likely code studded, we find a Vere-suspect character that is given what could be a chequey-code body:
Feirefiz is a character in Wolfram von Eschenbach's Arthurian poem Parzival [father of Lohengrin]. He is the pagan half-brother of Parzival, the story's hero. He is the child of their father Gahmuret's first marriage to the Moorish queen Belacane, and equals his brother in knightly ability. Because his father was white and his mother black (in the older, European sense of the word, referring to various non-white peoples), Feirefiz's skin consists of black and white patches [Illuminati symbol?]. His appearance is compared to that of a magpie or a parchment with writing on it...

In another version, Lohengrin's twin brother is Kardeiz, smacking of Carthage, but also of Gards, or Gardsons/Gettels suspect as Gaetuli. The "guardian" code in the Ward write-up likely applies here. One can see that "Ward" could be a Gard" variation as "Warren" can be a Guerren variation.

That is some very good evidence that William of Gellone was Guerin's father, and that "Gellone" traces to the Julians/Gillians at Guillestre. I had reasoned recently that Julians/Gillians trace, not so much to Julius Caesar, but more directly to Julius Bassianus, the line that named the Bessin, and the man who was father to Julia Maesa.

It just so happens that Brace's use a thin chevron, as do Chiaro's.

This is a good place to note that Shops/Shawlands, who trace to SOPH, are using the Carrick dancette as well as the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Annas' and Letts. The latter two were traced to the "annulet" symbol, used often by Shields showing the raven, and indeed the Gettels/Gardsons use the raven with annulet. As you read recently, Annas traces to Aeneas, mythical husband of Creusa at Agrigento.

Mythical characters are unreal-real entities. They were simpleton, sound-alike codes for real people groups, but not real individuals. "Aeneas" (and "Aeneus") is deemed by me to represent the Heneti because his mother, Aphrodite, was also Venus, code for the Veneti that were rooted in Heneti. That's how easy it is to decipher myth codes...when you know that myth characters are sound-alike code for people groups. Therefore, I know that Heneti of the Aphrodite kind were at Agrigento, and because I've discovered much about other Aphrodite details, I can make further predictions as to who else was at Agrigento, such as the non-Israeli Hebrews that Aphrodite represented, and even the Mitanni from the Khabur river of Akkadia / Chaldea.

The Mitanni must lead to the naming of Modane, you see, and must also be allied to Messina (Sicilian root of Mosco's, no doubt), as per a "Mitanni" trace to Methoni/Modon of Grecian Messene. It can't get much easier than that. You don't need to be a genius to play this game well. Roll the dice and start. It's sometimes like pulling a lever on a slot machine, hoping for the right symbols to turn up whenever a surname is entered. I get lucky a lot.

Shops/Shawlands were first found in Kent (a Numidian nest), where Gards were first found. Gerdens/Gurdens use the same leopard-lys symbol as Morleys and Morelands, the latter first found in Westmorland, a place that, along with the surrounding Cumberland area, was just shown to be very applicable to the Guerin-Mosco line...out of the Cimbri on the Arc river, the river that Modane sits at. I should own the casino by now (one of my first prayers as a Christian was for the ruin of Las Vegas).

Leopards trace to Boofima in Carthaginian Africa, and so note that the Morley / Moreland lys is fused with the leopard face, making for one symbol, a picture of the Lacy line fused with Carthaginians. It's got to stand for the Lacydon merger with Numidians, and it probably includes Gaetuli lines at a time earlier than emperor Geta (Caracalla's son). I am quite sure that Lohengrin, known to represent Locks and Lokens / Lohans, was a Lacydon element, but as these terms formed the Luce's (and Lys terms) from Caracalla, the latter looks like a Lohengrin liner.

You understand that, where "Caracalla" traces to Akragas (= Agrigento), his Geta line is suspect there. And this is why it's important to trace Porcius Cato's ancestry to Agrigento by other means, for it tends to identify him all the more with Gaetuli Numidians, the same that are suspect in Lacy-related Scipio's. It is then completely interesting that while Meschins married Skiptons in the place (Yorkshire) that Caracalla's army used as a base for conquering proto-Scotland, Meschins share white-on-black scallops (Sicilian symbol) with Flaccus-suspect Flecks/Flacks.

COPElands, who have traced well to SOPHonisba's Carthaginian blood, use the double red-on-white bends in the Arms of Westmorland. Copeland is in Cumbria with Westmorland, but a further point is that Ness surnames use the same double fesse, in the same colors, possibly suggesting Gaetuli Numidians / Carthaginians on the Ness river, which, if correct, is explained in part by the Geddes' of the Nairn region by which the Ness flows.

Then, the double fesse is used by Flecks/Flacks, the whole of which indicates clearly that Masonry is a Roman-Numidian conquer the globe, as when a certain bloodline thinks it has the Jupiter-given fate of being forever supreme.

The MacCARTHys, who I think are from Carthaginians, use a stag that is, to the best of my recollection, a design very close to the stag heads used until recently by Hanna's, first found in Wigtown, in Galloway, where the Geds had their start. MacCarthys (said to be related to Desmonds) were first found in County Kerry, and then the Kerry surname uses a hourglass design like the Guido's.

Carts use palm trees, symbol for the Palms/Parmers and Palmers/Parmers using the double Fleck fesses. There you see a Flaccus trace to north Africa yet again.

In the picture where "Caracalla" traced to Saraka's, Carricks were not necessarily born from Caracalla, but rather Caracalla may have been named from a hard-C version of Saraca's, and Carricks may have been a branch of Saraka's by some other avenue. As there is a Ragusa also in the Syracuse area of Sicily, Saraca's were likely Saracens. Now that it's apparent that Caracalla linked with both Carricks and Saraka's, I think it's correct after all to trace Carricks to Saracens. However closely Caracalla is related to Carricks, how do we explain his Saracen ancestry if Saracens proper were in Sicily later than Caracalla? The answer would seem to be a derivation of "Saracen" in the namers of Akragas, or vice-verse.

Julia Domna was from Numidians, and Caracalla's father was likewise from north Africa. In Caracalla's article, Wikipedia opens with: "Caracalla, of mixed Punic/Berber and Arab/Syrian descent..." It turns out that his father was born in north Africa, and "Punic" refers to Phoenicians of Africa, usually Carthaginians. The Crest of More's/Muir's/Moors is said to be "Saracen's head," and yet it's a white man like an woodsy Englishman. More's/Muirs use "non" as indication of Sophonisba's Carthaginians. More's/Muirs were even first found in Aures-suspect Ayrshire.

Do you think the black-and-white checks on mythical Feirfiz has to do with this? Weirs/Vere's do apparently use the More/Muir fesse, after all, and Irish Moore's were first found in Leicestershire, land of Ligurians.

The Feirfiz code appears to include a Fiz surname, and, lo and behold, it gets the Fitch's/Fichets/Fitts using leopard "faces." That's what heraldry calls them. It suggests that the Face surname should be suspect from this Fiz surname, and reveals further that fitchee crosses are code for Idris' of Morocco lines as they migrated from their Fes/Fez location to the Fes/Fay surname, first found in Auvergne! We have just found the immediate ancestry of Guerin of Auvergne in the Idris bloodline. The Face's are the same as Fessys/Vesseys, first found in the same place (Northampton) as the Janszoon-suspect Jansens and Spinks (Janszoon was leader of an organized pirate company in Morocco, but this was centuries after Guerin).

As Idris I marries the Awraba tribe, a term known to be from "Aures," it would appear that "AUVERgne applies to that entity. If the later name of Auvergne, AVEYRon, goes to the Viu valley, then, I suppose, that valley would need to be identified with the Idris Moors. It was definite, in the last update, that Creuse elements beside Auvergne traced to Agrigento.

The great thing about finding Guerin is that he predates by significant time the Templar era (generally the start of the heraldic era). It means that calculations can be made for the dark / legendary period between Jesus and the Templar period. It had recently been found (several updates ago) that Idris' wife, Kanza, was responsible for naming "Kenneth" MacAlpine, and so here I find, on the day after tracing MacAlpin to Guerin, that Guerin was from the Idris-Kanza line. I should own all of Las Vegas by now, and as soon as it's handed over, I'm calling on the Appointed Time to look after it.

While Quints -- who link to Quincys, the latter first found in the same place (Northampton) as Face's/Fesse's -- use the fitchee cross, the Face/Fessy cross is that Macclesfields, and then the Arms of Macclesfield use fitchees too, as well as the blue Caepio lion, as well as a "copia" motto term. As you can clearly see, Macclesfields are tracing to Idris elements, by what coincidence do "Quincy / Quint" smack of "Kanza / Kenneth"? It would be wrong to say, "Aha! John is wrong for tracing Quints to Quintus Caepio," for the truth must be that Quintus Caepio descendants named Kanza. It's not hard to deal with when Caepio lines are at the south of Sicily almost overlooking the Aures mountains in Algeria. The Tunisian coast is just 100 miles (approx) from the western tip of Sicily.

Let's go back to the Nisbet surname suspect with SophoNISBA, for I think I can link it to her by another method. That's because the "byde" term of Nisbets was found in a fish-using family, the Ians/Kane's/Keans/Ane's bloodline. As you can see, the Ians/Kane's/Keans/Ane's come up as "Macie," and the houseofnames program automatically makes it, MacIe, as though the surname is, Ie. You know that can't be right. Therefore, the Ians/Kane's/Keans have a Macie variation listed in their data bank, and to prove it, the red MacDonald eagle in the Coat is used also by Ferte's, from Ferte-Mace (not far from Maine, France).

We now need to ask why the Macie/Ian/Kane/Kean family is a Geddes-related clan of the Macie / Mackay kind, and so we go to the Geddes page for a clue, but, knowing already that Geddes trace to Numidians, we know that they are integrally linked to Macey liners:

Those [Geddes families] finding refuge in England concealed their identity by adopting as their family name one of two variants of the Latin word for "Pike" (lucitus) Luce or Lucy...[blah blah what rubbish]... One party, a small one, escaped by sea to the far north of Scotland. They landed in the area of Loch Eriboll and offered their swords and services to the Chieftain of the Clan Mackay. It is from this party of Geddes refugees that {Auckland Campbell Geddes' family} descend.

That "lucitus" term smacks of Lusitanians.

Mr. Geddes makes it sound as though the Geddes families happened upon Mackays like strangers in the night, and became integrated no questions asked. The way in which we know that Ians/Kane's/Keans are related to Geddes is that Keons and Kane's use fish. In fact, I had traced the Keons to the Saraca fish, in Keon-fish colors, and so I now have the Caracalla trace to Saraca's as evidence that a Keon trace to them is correct...if we can prove that Ian's/Kane's/Keans are a Geddes branch. And so the fact that "Macie" is listed with that family starts to provide the evidence. Is there any doubt that Maceys, in this picture, trace to Messina of Sicily, the Saracen theater, generally?

I didn't know until now that Mackays were at Eriboll. That's waaayyy up there in northern Scotland, very close to the bridge to Canada. Like I said, I found natives in America to be largely Massey liners. I am a Massey liner, and can count the hairs on my chest; 14 hairs. They look like they don't want to be there. I want to shout at them: either give me a hairy chest or nothing, but not 14 hairs. My understanding is that American natives had no hair on their chests, and perhaps not even on their legs. The Amazons ate something wrong, and lost their hair-chest genes, and in the meantime, Amazonian woman grew mustaches and did the hunting. That's what the myths tell us about Amazons.

As Nisbets (black boars) and Macie's/Ian's/Kane's both use "byde" motto terms, perhaps they both trace to Bute. The Kane's who use their fish in pale show an estoile, symbol of the Butt/Bute surname, and then German Bute's/Butts show a fish. The Kane Crest could be construed as a symbol from an erect sword originally, thus tracing the surname to Bistones of Cyrene. The Kane write-up traces the clan to DunSEVERick, which recalls the Severus family that gave birth to Luce's and Geds.

The Kane write-up traces to a Nial family of 379 AD, at just the time of the Nial character of the Geddes article, who lived or moved through the Nith-river area and somehow evolved into the Geddes. In this picture, we should be tracing to Kane's to Numidian territory (centuries before Idris). The write-up also speaks on Kane's of Keenaught, a term that could become "Naught," the name that I think named the Nith, or vice versa. In fact, the Connaught surname is listed with the Naughtons.

Nial liners are Guerin-important because Vere's use a "nihil" motto term for Niels/Nihills. As we saw Guerins identified as the Lohengrin cult along with the Fiz / Face bloodline, German Neils/Nails/Nagle's may be in code in the nails though the Logan heart. Guerin (9th century) must trace to something else, prior to Idris in the 8th century, and the Lohengrin cult predates Idris by centuries, going back to Carthaginians. Every expectation is that Agrigento was studded with Carthaginians of the Lohengrin kind.

While "FeirFIZ" is part-code for Idris elements, the Feir surname is listed with Feurs, using the Troy unicorn design, and so they may trace to the Creusa-Aeneas Trojans in Agrigento, as they had formed alliances with mythical Dido of Carthage. "Fier" gets the Fears/Fere's.

It looks as though the Geddes got merged with the Nial house from Ireland, not at all meaning that Geddes were from Ireland, for they had their start from the Severus surname of Rome, though the man was born in Africa, and related to a Geta family. Some of the Ged's or Luce's must have carried the Severus name to DunSeverick castle. If this and other evidence, especially the Kane fish, proves that Ged's were in cahoots with Kane's and Keons, then we can indeed trace them to Saraca's.

The Neve fish is great indication that Geds are behind the Da Vinci Code of Dan Brown, for he gave a "Sophia Neveu" code for us to decipher. It tells me that Sophonisba was probably a Gaetuli liner, for the Geds are tracing smack to her by the Neve fish. Moreover, there is a DunGIVEN location in the Kane write-up that gets swans for the Given/Givern surname. Sophonisba was a swan liner, wasn't she, to Lohengrin, right? I should own all of NEVada by now.

The next step was to check the Governs, but that surname is a hard cookie. There's no indication of a link to Gophers/Govers, aside from the surname itself. Governs were first found in Cavan, which was discovered in the last update to be a hard-C version of lake Sevan, where I trace the swan. It was at this point when I realized that "Sophon" could be a Sevan term. If correct, while she was also a Gaetuli liner, then she may have been a Soducena / Sittaceni liner, and could thus have given birth to the ancestry of Caiaphas and/or Annas. The way in which she may have been a Sittaceni liner is by way of the idea presented in earlier updates, where "Gaet(uli)" and "Seat(ons)/Sittens" were regarded as the same term.

The style of the Govern lion, and the additional crescents, indicate kinship with the Cavan surname. The Cavan lion is nearly the Angus lion (same colors and position). The way to make a Cavan connection to Angus is via the "MacAngus de Moravia" in the Murray/Moray write-up. The Cavans are said to be from a Dermot Murrough, you see. The last line in the Moray write-up claims that there was an early, ruling branch of Morays as earls of Sutherland, which is where Eriboll is located, and where Mackays were first found. We then find Geddes smack beside Moray at Nairn, suggesting that the unruly Ged vagabonds who fled the Nith river for Eriboll came back south with Mackays to Moray, and made a civilized name for themselves. Well, they tried.

At this point, all I had to do was find a Gopher- or Sophon-like surname with swans. Easier said than done. In the process, the Copone's of Kent were found, but no swans, and nothing that I could see for linking to Sophonisba. Then I tried the Cobbs, and there were three fish, as well as footless martins, as well as a "stemmata" motto term that could connect to the roses with STEMs of the Cope's with "animo" motto term suggesting Numidians. Cope's were first found in Leicestershire, and a swan is in the Leicester Crest, a symbol likely of the Ligurians who named the Legro river of Leicestershire.

Now this was very significant, because, when considering the blood drops in the Gopher Coat, I recalled that a surname used a swan with blood drops, but could not recall the surname. Well there it is in the Leicester Crest! So, it looks like Gophers are a form of Sophon = Savone entity. And if the Gaetuli were Seatons/Sittens, then of course we should trace Sophonisba to the Sion/Swan surname (same chevron as English Maceys). The Leicester Coat looks like a Masci-fleur and Bellamy-Shield combination...tracing to Macey's of Ferte Mace, whose gauntlet gloves were showing in the Sion/Swan Coat until recently, and of course Maceys trace to Sophonisba's husband.

The Murroughs in Cavan ancestry use the Wallace/Wallis lion, and the latter traced very excellently to Wallis canton around Sion, which city was definitely founded by swan-line Ligurians. And so it's important that Murroughs were first found in Leinster, a term that gets the Leicester surname.

Additionally, Sions/Swans were first found in the same place (Lanarkshire) as Givens/Giverns, who use swans. It was the latter surname that tipped me off on a Sophon = swan-liner idea. I didn't know until now that "Giver" get's the Ivers/Eure's using a version of the Hanan Coat on a Massey Shield, which is a quartered Shield in colors reversed from the Shield of Says (Seaton colors) who are suspect as the Seatons of Saytown. So, there you have the evidence that Sophonisba's Gaetuli line may have been Seatons/Sittens and therefore the Sittaceni that named Soducena at Lake Sevan.

The stems on the Cope roses could be code for the Stem surname registered with the Steins. This latter surname uses leopard faces that I tend to view as those of Coverts. I'm not making this idea up here-and-now. The importance is the similarity between "Gopher/Gover" and "Coffert/Covert." The Covert footless martins can link to those of the Cope's for obvious surname similarity, and Cope's (in Covert colors) are the one's using the "stemmata" motto term as code for Stems/Steins. The "VirTUTis" motto term of Copes. and the elephant, is code for the Oliphants and related Touts/Toots. Toot from the rooftops all you hear in secret.

Copone's are shown properly as a Cob branch, but why do they register a Sophon like surname? Their motto, "Concordia," brings the Cords to mind, first found in Numidian-infested Ayrshire. More importantly, Cowans were first found in Ayrshire (which place uses the Annandale saltire), and they use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annandale's. I have the sense that "Cowan" is a "Sophon" variation, but I'm unwilling to trace "Cohen" to her name.

The "itur" term of Cowans gets them to Idris elements with the "itur" term buried in the Shaw motto. Covens/Gowens are interesting for linking both to Sophonisba and Geddes in that the three Coven cinquefoils are in the colors of the same of Rose-related Lusks/Luss'. The Coven Chief is in Coffer colors.

Back now to the CORD-suspect Copone's/Cobhams, for at the top of the Geddes page, only one Geddes sept is listed, that being the GORDons. The Gordon motto is "BYDand," suggesting the "byde" motto term of NISBets who smack of the second half of "SophoNISBA." Perhaps she was an important woman to the dragon liners.

She can also trace to Coughs/Cuffs ("Animus" motto term) because they use the sale bend and fleur, while Sale's are now tracing with little doubt to Salins at Sion/Sitten. Hoffs look related because they use the same-colored bend. German Hoffs use a same-colored leopard face wearing the MacArthur crown.

NEW! There are more leopards and a "non" motto term in the Shaw-suspect surname brought up by "Chove." The variations shown are "Shiva(s) / Chivas / Shevas," smacking of the Sheaves/Chiava's/Chaves/Chiapponi's. This was written weeks before finding the Choves as the Chives' in the last update, the family from Chivasso.

This is important for a Shawia trace to the Cavari (Avignon / Orange) because it was gleaned that the "Cfel" term for the house of Cilnius was for the Cavaillon/Cabellio location near the Cavari. The host of options that "Cilnius" could trace to included Keele's/Kills, and they use a quartered Shield in colors reversed from that of Chove/Chivas/Shevas Coat.

English Chove's/Chafe's are using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Arms of Agrigento, How about that.

"Savona" gets a different Coat than "Savone." Italian Savona's show what I've never seen before: white ravens. One would think that they were white swans at one time.

After writing the above, I decided to do a proof read for to get some of this update online for you. During the proof read, I added in some parts, and during one part decided to load the Mathieu term checking to see if they have a Coat. It was due to saying this:

Rainier [of Montferrat] married a woman who had already mothered Adelaide of Savoy = Adelaide of Maurienne (or "Moriana" to Italians), perhaps a Varro Murena liner. In fact, as MontMORENcys were just identified as Murena's, Adelaide married Matthieu I of Montmorency. Thus, the Maurienne location is suspect from the line of Aulus Tarentius Varro Murena.

The interesting thing about Matthieu is that the Nitts/Naughts use the checks also of Italian Massi's/Mathis' showing a slew of Matthew-like terms.

The Mattieu's of France use a black moline cross on white, with a gold star at the center, the very moline cross, colors included, shown in the Chove/Shevas Coat! Therefore, Italian Mattis' were indeed a Mosca and/or Masci line, explaining why the surname comes up as "Massi." The first time that I found Agrigento and it's Drago river, I traced that area to the Stura valley of Cuneo, and to Caiaphas lines out of Alba on the Tanaro. Montferrat is at the Tanaro area of Cuneo.

By the way, I deplore keystrokes. I go through a keyboard in less than a year due to the letters rubbing off. I get emotional with my keyboard at times. To reduce keystrokes, it was decided years ago not to use apostrophes after pluralized surnames. Eventually, I put on a big heart for you, and added apostrophes after pluralized surnames ending in vowels. That's why Ians has no apostrophe while Kane's does. I apologize if it's confusing. If there is a Kanes surname, the pluralized form will be, Kanes', the apostrophe acting as the plural symbol / invisible 's.' I don't like writing, Kanes's, as that looks dumb. Sometimes, I'll give, Dreux's, but that's as far as my biggest heart will allow. The keystrokes add up.

What Jews in Africa?

Just after finishing the section above, having ended the proof read of all written material, with nothing else written, it was time for email (yesterday as I write). As often happens, I was directed by a reader. You'll note that shortly above, there was an allusion to the priestly lines of Israel having foundations in mythical Creusa, and yet migrating at some point, before or after 70 AD I don't yet know, to Aures. They are expected to be in Aures as the Caepio bloodline now suspect with Kanza's trace to Guerin, the latter being identified as a Pharisee liner out of Ferrara in relation to 70 AD.

Emailer Pollock wrote in to tell of how her Pollock line was directly in the royal Stewarts founded by Walter of Alan. This was by way of a Croce surname, which is the Cross surname mentioned in the last update, and likely has to do with the Croze / Crozier bloodline tracing to Creusa. As you read part of the email message, keep in mind that Pollocks have a Jewish branch, expected also of the Alans of Dol from whom Pollocks were closely associated, and of course keep in mind that I still keep the theory that the Ferrara Pharisees were merged with proto-Alans of Dol:

...I have an interesting genealogy thing to report to you. This summer I found the wife of Robert Pollock [brother of Peter Pollock, son of Fulbert "the Saxon"]. She was the daughter of a knight who followed Walter Fitzallen [founder of royal Stewarts] to Renfrewshire. This knight, Sir Robert Croce, married Eschyna de Molle, an heiress from Roxburghshire (where you have the Maxwells). Eschyna went by her mother's last name, de Molle, because she was a great heiress. Her first husband was Sir Robert Croce, about whom there is scant information...His daughter married his neighbor Robert Pollock. You can tell how close neighbors they were because you can look out the window of the remaining ruin of Crookston castle [named after the Croc(e)s] at the lands of Pollock, now covered by low income housing. Then Eschyna married Walter Fitzallen and the Scottish Stewart dynasty was born...

It turns out the Crooks have Cruike and Cruke variations that should be part of the Cruise/Cruce bloodline. The Crooks use a bend in the colors of the Jewish Pollock bend, and yet the write-up traces to "something crooked," one of the many simpleton reports from heraldryland serving to deliberately distort reality. Surely, it's known by the heraldry experts of historianland that Crooks were Croce's...but the historians aren't telling, right? What else are they hiding, and why is it that it's the Stewarts who seem to be hiding so much?

The Crook Crest looks like the bent (yes, crooked) Mieske arm, and then the Crook arm is officially called, "embowed" while the Bowed and Mieske surname share the black bull. I am guessing that Bowd/Boweds were Boyds (a known Stewart branch to Bute) because German Molle's/Mulkey's were first found at Constance, where the Boyd motto (Confido) traces without doubt ("fido" is code for Foetes/Fussen, beside lake Constance, also called, BODENsee). It means that Mieske's trace, by their kin, anyway, to Bodensee.

It just so happens that the French Constance surname uses the pine tree in the Arms of FICHTENberg, while the Fiz/Fitch/Fitts surname (in the colors of the Pollock saltire, which itself goes either by green on gold or gold on green) comes up also as "Fichet" and is shown as Fitchet." The Fichten surname uses the pine tree too, as does the German Dallen surname suspect with the idea of, D'Allen." I have just noted that the two Dallen trees have been changed from the identical design of the Constance pine tree to oak trees, but then English Alans use oak leaves. Irish Dallens/Delaneys are likely using the red-on-white Stewart lion.

The same can be said of the French Constance Chief as was said in the last update: "I'm noting that the Arms of Aubusson use a red Chief with two outer stars and a crescent in the center, the same in the Fife Chief. " Later in the update, the same was found in the BLACKwood Chief, very very important because Blacks and Blake's traced hard to Agrigento while Aubusson is in the Creuse department of Languedoc. As French Constance's were first found in Languedoc, they ought to apply to the Aubusson design, especially as the Constance Chief is a match (colors included) with the Blackwood Chief. The white-on-blue crescent shared by Blackwoods and Constance's is used by Irish Dallens/Delaneys too.

I had linked Blackwoods (Ayrshire, suspect with "Aures") to Carricks years ago, before knowing that Carricks traced to Agrigento's other name, Akragas, and before realizing that "kragas" was a hard-c form of mythical "Creusa," as can be expected now from "Carrick / Cruik/Cruke/Crook / Croce / Crux." Also years ago (not now for convenience), I saw "Black" as a branch of "Pollock," and using the Maxwell saltire. Blacks use the stars of Glass' suspect with Glasgow (home of Pollocks, in Renfrewshire) and with the Guerin line.

Although the Dallen Coat now shows oak trees, the write-up still has the following, suggesting the Darks/D'Arque's: "A silver shield displaying two green pine trees side by side on a dark brown mound." The Coat no longer shows the DARK brown mounds, by why does the write-up use "dark"? The Darks were first found in Kent, where many Numidians settled, especially the all-important Massins/Masons from the chiefs of Numidians. Whatever named Kent may also have named Kanza at Aures. The Darks use a bent (purple) arm, used also (not in purple) by Strange-suspect Armstrongs/Armstangs.

I've been at this so long that I know what I'm doing much of the time with heraldry. I think I can say with accuracy that the Bower / Bauer > Rothschild bloodline is kin to Bowds/Boweds and the Dark / Armstrong strongarms, and so the Bauers should prove to be a branch of Boyds at Bodensee. Previously, "Bauer / Bower" was traced to bow-using "Bogen" of Bavaria. The Bogens are the known owners of the Bavarian lozenges (but Wikipedia doesn't mention this in its Bavaria article) before Bavaria adopted them. I realized that Bogens were a branch of the Bug surname (Bogen colors), from the Bug river, near Doly and L'viv, home of the Neuri, kin of the Budini that surely trace to "Bodensee."

As "Neuri" was traced to "Nerthus," the mother goddess of the Varni, while the wyVERN dragon is suspect with "Varni," see the wyvern dragon in the English Bogan Coat; the surname is said to be from "buga / boga" meaning "bend" (i.e. like a bow), but we know better.

The proto-Alan surname of Doly was pegged, before I discovered Doly, as the ROXolani branch of Alan Huns, kin of the Neuri in my findings. Not only the Maxwells (mother trunk of Pollocks), but the Scottish Molle's were first found in ROXburghshire. The Blackwood motto term, "rectas," is now known (by me) as code for Rijeka/Reka, where Maxwells trace. The "vias" motto term of Blackwoods is now tracing to the Viu valley beside a Bousson valley, and the latter traced satisfactorily in the last update to "Aubusson," in Creuse.

Blackwoods are probably in the colors of the Croze's / Croziers and Cruce's/Croix' for the reason of linkage to them. Croze's and Croziers were first found in Auvergne, beside Creuse, and Cruce's/Croix' were first found in Languedoc, location of Auvergne and Creuse. It seems a no-brainer now to trace these lines to the Croce's at the root of Royal Alan-Stewarts. They got to the throne by marrying Caiaphas-suspect Bruce's, who share the Viu-suspect motto, "Fuimus," with crozier-using Wears that must surely be from Guerin of Provence. Royal-Bruce ancestry was even in the Carricks so that Bruce's too trace to Agrigento, where I'm expecting the ancestry of Caiaphas.

Blackwoods are important because Blake's and Blacks became suspect in the last update with "Flaccus," a Caiaphas-related topic to be delved in later in this update. It's interesting that Bowds/Boweds use a BoWOOD variation that may be the reason for BlackWOOD. Or, the Woods may apply (oak tree) who are said to be from a Norman knight with a Vosco surname, perhaps a branch of the Face's/Fessys/Vesci's, or of the Bush- and Bousson-suspect Bosco's/Boysts in Boy (and Bush) colors. In other words, the Woods could be from a BOYd branch.

In fact, "Boyd" may even begin to reveal that the Boii were from the Budini / Bodensee. There are surnames with both Boso- and Boy-like terms, and then Boy-like surnames can use the bull, a Boso symbol, and also that of Bowds/Boweds. It smacks to me of a Buz trace to Budini. Bush's trace to Bononia, founded in part by Boii. Bononia is off the Po, once named the "Bodencus." As Boso(n)'s use the bull design of the red one used by Chiaro's (Agrigento, Chivasso), note the red bull, in the design of the Bowd bulls, in the Boiville/Bovile/Bevell Coats. Why did the latter marry Gwarnocks? Isn't that a Guar line?

The Wars are listed under Weirs/Vere's, first found with Molle's in Roxburghshire...that traces, I'm sure, to the Roxolani of Russia, where Budini originated. In fact, the Budini were likely at Kiev, expected in a merger with Varangians that trace to Guerin of Provence. That picture fits the frame of an Alan-of-Dol(y) link to raven vikings suspect with Varangians. The Rosy Cross (Rosicrucians = Varangians) organization is suspect with the Rose clan of Neuri-suspect Nairnshire, and then Rose's were merged with Bosco's.

The Vere's, aside from their trace to Agrigento's Drago river, can be traced to Gaetuli in the following manner. The Vere motto code, "nihil," is for Nial, co-founder of the Geds using the Luce fish shared by Luciano's. The three Luciano fish are identical (colors included) to the three used by Berber-suspect Barbera's (Italian branch), in colors reversed to Scottish Barbers (Northumberland and Cumberland) using the motto, "NIHILo nisi CRUCE." Safe to say, Gaetuli were Berbers.

As part of the last update's re-mention of Flintstone codes, which included the Betty/Beaty surname and the Ribble river, it actually linked to Blake's and Blacks:

When mentioning Blake's earlier, there was a question as to whether their leopard was the Mosca leopard, and, if so, Blake's and related Blacks could trace to Agrigento. At the time, I had forgotten that Blackwoods (first found in the same place as Carricks), I've felt sure, were Carrick kin. It means that Blackwoods (share the mascle with Beatys) can trace to Akragas too! And so the Bettys/Beatys may very well be using the Blake pale bar because they too can be traced to Akragas. Flintshire, by the way, is beside Cheshire...

It just so happens that the Flintstones were created by Hanna-Barbera. As Hanna's are suspect with "Annas / Hanans / Annan(dale)s, it should be noted that the English Barber saltire is in the colors of the Annandale saltire.

It's important that while Budini-based Boyds likely named Bute, a fish is used by German Bute's/Butts. This fish must always trace to Saracen > Saraca elements expected in the naming of Akragas. As Caiaphas liners of the Quintus-Caepio kind are expected at Agrigento, and as it seems that Barbers are tracing to Agrigento with the Cruce / Croce bloodline, it's interesting that English Barbers use two chevrons in the colors of the Quint chevron.

I'll come back to the email by emailer Pollock, but it's time to speak on the Kennedy trace to "Kanza," for Kennedys can now be traced to Quints likewise suspect from "Kanza." This update revealed, for the first time, that the Fiz's/Fitch's trace without doubt to Idris of Morocco, and to the Fes/Fays first found in the same place as Croze's / Croziers, where also the Boii-suspect Bouillons were first found. There's a warrisome pattern here, isn't there? In fact, the Quint-suspect Barbers were first found in WARwickshire, which place I've traced to "Warwick (Masovia's capital, home of Drake's), which Polish location uses Melusine in its Arms, now known to be the symbol of Garin/Guerin of Provence, the one fictionalized as FeirFIZ, the half-Moorish fellow in grail-king lore.

It just so happens that the Grail surname ('mori" motto term for More's/Moors / Morays) is listed with Scottish Neals/Neils, to which the "Nihilo" term of Barbers traces. And the Barbera fish trace to the Luce-related Geddes, co-founded to some degree by Nial the vagabond / marauder (some one you wouldn't want to invite to dinner). In other words, the Grail cult is seemingly tracing to Gaetuli, where the Lohengrin-swan entity (related to Feirfiz) had traced. In fact, the red scallops that have been a topic recently, used by the swan-related Savona/Sabine surname (red bull) tracing to Sophonisba, are being pegged as a symbol especially of Sophonisba elements out of Scylla/Messina. Reminder: Carthaginians were closer to Agrigento than Aures.

The Grails/Neils show the locks used also by a Moray Coat (no longer shown by houseofnames) that the latter called "fetterlocks," and then Fetters/Fetts/Vetts were first found in the same place (Bavaria) as Foetes/Fussen, at lake Bodensee. The Fetters/Fetts are part of the Fiz/Fitch / Fichten bloodline, quite apparently, honored by the Constance pine tree. It's notable that the six black roundels under the pine in the Arms of Fichtenberg are used by Luce-suspect Lacys, and by Foix'/Foys expected as part of the Fes/Fay line.

War was I? Oh, yes: time to speak on the Kennedy trace to "Kanza," for Kennedys can now be traced to Quints likewise suspect from "Kanza." This update revealed, for the first time, that the Fiz's/Fitch's trace without doubt to Idris of Morocco, and then Kennedys use the fitchee cross as well as a red chevron, the color of the Quint chevron. Until last night, I resisted tracing Kennedys to the same place as I trace "Kenneth" MacAlpine, for lack of evidence, and besides I have been tracing Kennedys to Veneti for years. But the Aeneas-Creusa line at Agrigento was clinched as a Heneti line, and so there is not a problem with a Kennedy trace to Agrigento's elements. In that case, Agrigento elements can trace to Kanza, thus supporting the theory that she was named after a Heneti-like term, like "Hanna" or "Annas."

Does the pine tree we've seen stand as code for MacALPIN? The Lothians/LOUDONs use a pine tree too, and a large number of codes, including a "green border," important because the double-tressure border was heavy in Lothian. The point is, Eschyna, the mother of royal Stewarts, wife of Robert Croce, was a Londoniis on her father's side, and yet, at the genealogy page below, you can see that Londoniis' are shown also as "Loudon / Lothian."

We could conclude that there was an Annas-Barbera entity, so to speak, at the root of the high priest, Annas/Ananias, and that this entity was linked upon Agrigento elements with Caepio's of the Quintus line...all at Aures for reasons yet to be understood. We really need to ask the Blackwoods for help on this mystery, first found in the same place -- Ayrshire -- as Kennedys. The Lothian/Loudon surname is said to be from a Loudoun location in Ayrshire.

It just so happens that Aures is located in the same place (northern Algeria) as Tipaza, while Irish Kennedy were first found in Tipperary. It is feasible that the Annas line to Kanza was in Aures at a time pre-dating Annas himself. The Gaetuli lived in Aures, important for the point below.

This is probably a good time to mention the anchor in the Avis Crest, for Kennedy's use "Avise" for a motto term. The Anchors/Annackers use a version of the Arms of Agrigento, and are suspect from the Anaki, who should trace to the Heneti. I say the Heneti/Eneti were named after mythical Anat (named Anatolia, in my opinion), who had been from "Antu," wife of Anu, the cult that likely founded the name, Anak. The Majors, honored in the motto of Gaetuli-suspect Geddes, use the anchor too, and then the Algeria-to-Morocco stretch was called "MAGHReb":

Historically, the Maghreb was home to significant Jewish communities called Maghrebim who predated the 7th century introduction and conversion of the region to Islam.

Jewish? You don't say. And the Maghrebim predated Idris of Morocco too, not to mention predating the Magyars that were in cahoots with PECHENegs, suspect in the makings of "Payens/Pagans," Chappes lovers. Have we found the line of Israeli priests in the Major/Magor bloodline? Why do Majors/Magors (first found in the same place as a Footes location) use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Annas Coat?

Why is the Major/Magor anchor in the color of the Annas star. As the latter is in the colors of the Vere star, it's notable that Majors are expected to be Mayers / Meiers, and therefore the Mire's/Mireux, first found in Anjou and link-able with little doubt to the mirror held by Melusine. Majors/Magors are thus linking to Guerin of Provence, and as he's the black-and-white checked fellow, Feirfiz, note that Spanish Majors/Mayerdomo's use a Shield filled with black-and-white checks. Besides, several Vere lines use a Shield filled with checks.

It just so happens that French Majors/Mayors were first found in Provence! I didn't recall that when writing the above, which is new to me. Guerin of Provence is new to me but for a brief mention some years ago, and it's therefore new to me that Guerin liners link hard to Majors/Magors out of north Africa. But a Guerin trace to Maghreb is fully expected where he already traced to Idris. That helps to clinch a Major trace to "Maghreb," and that's where Mayer Bauer-Rothschild traces. I don't recall ever reading the following, after writing all of the above (see how it jibes with what heraldry has been informing me):

The oldest Jewish [Maghrebi] communities were present during Roman times, and possibly as early as within Punic colonies of Ancient Carthage period...

...Today, descendants of Maghrebi Jews in Israel largely embraced the renovated Israeli Jewish identity and in many cases intermixed with Ashkenasi and Mizrahi Jewish communities in Israel...

...After Jewish defeat in the First Jewish-Roman War in 70 CE, a great number of Jews were sent by general Titus to Mauritania, and many of them settled in what is now Tunis.

My, the twist and turns of history. Heraldry fills many gaps in the holes of stubborn and darkened historians. Many of them are darkened because they chose to view the development of man from evolutionary "stone ages" and moronic "ice ages," and meanwhile they resist connections to the Biblical patriarchs listed in Genesis. "Scholars" whose minds are controlled by the "illuminated' of the world who can't even get beginnings straight are not to be trusted. They even lie to us when necessary, or don't tell us all they know. They will not lend Christians any support for their Biblical-based views. The war has been on, and we win already, because they defile themselves with wonderland fantasies. The Clean God wins. Get your shovels ready, because we have a lot of dirt to get rid of.

So, what really does the "Capta majora" motto of Geddes' stand for? Some Capt-like line out of Gaetulia? Don't Drake's use "captat" in their motto? We need to find what it means in the Agrigento line to Gaetulia. I already know that the Cato's out of Agrigento trace to the Fes/Fay bend, where Kanza > Guerin liners trace. It's all coming together, like where the shovel meets the dirt.

As Guerins are part of the Melusine-using Babels to queen Bebba, and as Bebba's were Paphlagonian Heneti to Pepinids, isn't it meaningful that Pepoli's use a Shield filled with black-and-white checks. That's a FIERrce argument for linking Pepins to Guerins, but then what about those Popoli's, first found in the same place (Naples) as Capua's/CAPUTi's, and using the split Shield of CAPITano's/CATTAno's? We still need to find whether Cato's were Caepio's, and, if so, why.

? Popoli's (Vere colors) use a letter, as do Begg's and Langs; the latter are suspect with the Landons/Langdons and therefore with Landen, where Pepins proper originated. It was near Liege, and then the Arms of Liege also use letters. Liege is within a shovel toss from Verviers, Maastricht, and Aachen. The latter traces with proto-Magyars to Euganeo, which is important for what's yet to come from emailer Pollock's email. That is, Euganeo is near Schio, where proto-Scots come from, and then, while Guerins traced to proto-Scots already, from Kanza > Kenneth elements, his line also traces to proto-Magyars, for I now see that Magyars were from Maghreb's Berbers. By what coincidence are Euganeo and Schio in the land of the Veneti, the same entity tracing to Kanza?

LOOK! The Leige surname uses TWO red-on-gold chevrons, the same as English Barbers! However, the Leige surname is shown as "Gillies, Gillis, Leish, Lise." It could be a Lys/Lise branch that named Liege. The two red chevrons can be those also of Percival-suspect Perche's.

YABBA-DABBA-DOOO! JUST FOUND: the three red-on-gold fleur-de-lys of the Barbers above are used by Gellone's/Gillians!!!!!!! The latter were looked up because the variations of the Liege surname suggested a peak. But I almost failed to look them up. It means, as expected, that Barbera's do trace to Guerin of Provence, and that his father was likely William Gellone.

As Capitano's and Cattano's are suspect from Caiaphas on the one hand and the founder of Sadducees on the other, while the two surnames are said to be first found in Emilia, let me repeat from above: "I did not know when starting this paragraph that Italian Boys/Bove's/Boi's were first found in the same place (Emilia-Romagna) as the blue-lion Valerie's!!! The latter Boys even show as "Boetto," like the Sadducee house of Boethus/Boetus! Valerie's are using the Caepio lion, right?"

The Moratin (Mauritanian suspects) tower in the Capitano Coat is used in red (color of the Moratin tower) in the Spanish Barbera Coat (hourglass Shield), tending to clinch Barbera's as Berbers, and simultaneously tracing Capitano's/Cattano's (and Chatans using the same tower) to Moor elements. As the Moratin surname is also "Murena," the elite Roman family of Tarentius Varro Murena is suspect from the Massina Numidians. I think it's likely that any elements from Rome in BC times were linked to Numidians strictly rather than other Berbers. I think that Roman merger with Numidians was the line, definitely, to the first priest-kings of Israel's "dark age."

The Italian Barbera's are said to have been first found mainly in Sicily and Emilia-Romagna. Don't lose that shovel; we seem to be digging up some stone-age Flintstone's here. There is a lot of extrapolation to be had with the Barbera's and Barbers. Emilia-Romagna is the entire area where priestly Israeli lines are suspect both in BC and AD times, where FEIRfiz-suspect Pepoli's were first found, too close to Ferrara to ignore.

The fish of Italian Barbera's is likely in use by French Verona's/Vairs, first found in the same place as Chappes'. That place is Paris, where Percival elements trace. Therefore compare the Verona Coat to that of Barbars/Barrbierre's (and Jewish Fellers while you're at it). The other Vair surname uses a Shield filled with checks. Feir-incidence? I don't think so.

To whom does the Quint vair "fur" trace? One of the Vair surnames, at least. It was years ago when I tentatively traced the "fur" term to Fir Bolgs, pirates of Atlantean Ireland. It suggested a fundamental Vere link to Fir Bolgs. It was before I knew of the Varni. It is thought by others that Fir Bolgs named Belgium, but that begs the question of whether they also named Boulogne on the Belgian border with France, which was also called "Bononia," just like the Bologna of where FEIR-based Pepoli's were first found who trace to Pepins of Landen, Belgium. The FOMORian pirates of Atlantean Ireland traced tentatively to "POMERania," where the Varni were first heard of (about the time of the writing of Revelation) that became Varangian pirates. Once a pirate, always a pirate, A shovel blade to the heads of pirates! We can do more than dig with them.

Let's now recall the Garins/Gorings, which suggested that Guerra's / Vere's were Gore's. I now recall that I traced Gore's to "Chora," on Patmos, where Revelation was written. This is incredible. For I supposed that, when the Israeli priests fled Israel in relation to 70 AD, they named Ferrara (formerly Forum Allieni), and then ended up as the Varni, or at least with the Varni, in Pomerania, before 95 AD. Revelation was written at that time. Pomerania is infested with heraldic dragons. I'll bet that God was giving a Revelation of the end of the Varni in the last days, after they force the 666 upon the world. What a bunch of brazen, unrepentant beasts they are.

If I'm not mistaken, Fomorians were named and mentioned by the so-called Four Masters, "historians" who ventured into legendary themes, meaning they used code. It just so happens that Fomorians were also "FORMorians," like "Forum Allieni." Look at FOURMasters. Is that code too? Alans were from raven vikings, right? And raven vikings were from Atlanteans, right? The Poseidon Phoenicians, right? But mythical Coronis was the raven, and she represented the city of Chora! Is that not astounding? Just as Caiaphas liners were making their escape from Romans, evolving into thieves and killers on the seas, perhaps even passing through Patmos, God calls John to write on their end in a bottomless terror.

Here is part of what was written back to emailer Pollock (not her surname):

The Croce surname is a major topic at this time, what I have been calling the Cross surname. The variations link to Carricks and trace to mythical Creusa at Agrigento. In the last update, just after tracing Pollocks to German Otters, suspect with stork-liner Oettingens, I wrote this:
"Let's go back to the croziers used by Wears, who no doubt touted the symbol as one for devoted Christians and monks. Instead, it was just code for the Croze / Crozier / Crois bloodline. The Cross [Croce] surname appears to be using the Vere Shield, and a stork in Crest, symbol of the Oettingen family...that links to the Oddie's using the same saltire as Gophers. The "formy" cross in the stork's mouth may be code for the Israeli crew at FORUM Allieni. The Fourmies location at the Picardy theater looks to apply.

The "potent" cross design in the Cross Coat is a unique one used by Pek- and Sadducee-suspect Chads (first found in the same place as Chats). Croziers had already linked to Cato lines because Croziers and Fes'/Fays were first found in the same place (Auvergne), where the Bouillons were first found who used the potent cross that was their Jerusalem flag. It looks like Cato liners were involved in the thrust to initially seize Jerusalem. The potent cross is not only used by Cross', but by Scott-suspect Skits and Scheds tracing to Schio in northern Italy."

This is amazing news from you, because it involves the Alans, but more than that, I didn't know, when writing the above, that Italian Croce's were first found in Vicenza, smack beside Schio...

I've never emphasized the Croce / Molle ancestry of the royal Stewarts:

Walter fitz Alan was married to Eschyna de Londoniis, heiress of Uchtred de Molla (Molle) & Huntlaw (territorial designations, not then surnames) and widow of Robert Croc. Upon Walter's death his widow married Henry de Molle, whose new surname is probably taken from his wife's lands.

She and Walter had issue:

...Christiana fitz Walter, married firstly William de Brus, Lord of Annandale, secondly Patrick, Earl of Dunbar.

So, it looks like a woman married firstly to Rosicrucian-suspect, Robert Croce, whose surname traces to the land of mythical Aeneas, married an Aeneas / Caiaphas liner in the Bruce's of Annandale. Now that I know that Robert went also by "Croc," see the white footless martlets (in Chaddock- / Chadwick-martlet colors), used by several Sadducee lines, in the Croc/Croke Coat (Shropshire). It looks like a version of the Covert/Coffert Coat. When God gave tribwatch readers the clue (from a reader's dream that I took for a true Sign) that Caiaphas liners trace to the blue Bruce lion called something like "Cappeo," it was also found that the Coopers/Coppers were involved, first found in the same place as Coverts/Cofferts (whom until that time were suspect as Caiaphas liners).

The Crocks are traced to a man with Blount surname that supposedly (never fully trust Stewarts on their ancestry) re-named himself with a Croke surname. Blounts/Blonde's are in-turn traced to a man with a GUISnes surname. The Blunt/Blonde Coat could be a version of the Italian Garin Coat. The Blunt/Blonde Crest is a "foot" that can trace to Foetes because Boyds, said to be named after "blonde"(the Budini were said to be blonde), use a motto term ("ConFIDO") tracing to Foetes. Blounts/Blonde's are in the colors of the Foots and related Fothes'/Fette's/Fittes' who come up as "FIDO".

The Blount-Crest foot comes with a sun, and then a sun is all the Fetter/Fett/Vett Coat uses. It was the Grails/Niels that use the Moray fetterlocks, and then Peter Pollock (amongst the first Pollocks proper) was commissioned to be stationed at a Rothes castle in Moray. The Moray stars are in use in the Scottish Molle/Mowe Coat, and the white-on-blue boar there could be a colors-reversed version of the Vere boar, in the design of the Pollock boar. German Molle's were first found at Bodensee, and were probably in Foetes too.

Irish Crocs/Croke's use a so-called "maunch, known code for Manche, the part of Normandy that Vere's and Masseys/Maceys lived in. Blounts/Blonde's (in Lux/Luchs colors) use a "Lux" motto term while the Lux/Luchs bull head appears to be the Mieske bull head in the same colors. Welsh Fiens use the Macey gauntlet gloves.

Upon seeing that the Fothes/Fette's are "FIODhais" to the ancient Irish, I saw the Viu bloodline, and reloaded the Fien Coat while wondering whether "Viu" is from "PIEDmont," from "ped = foot." The Fien Coat surprised me with three lions in the colors of the Gate lions, for by that time I had read that French Blonde's/Biondi (Picardy) use three red castle gates. As Blounts/Blonde's use a "via" motto term, it tends to confirm, again, that "via" is code for the Viu valley (fully involved with Flintstone codes).

Aha! The Blonde/Biondi gates are also the Arch/Ark arches! The latter is the Joan-of-Ark bloodline, on the Arc river directly over the Alps from the Viu valley. Joan's name was also "Jeanne," suggesting possible linkage to Saint Jean de Maurienne location on the Ark.

Having said that, recall how the Creusa bloodline traced to Aubusson, and then to Bousson beside the Viu valley. By what coincidence are the Blount-Croke's now tracing to the Viu?

It was the Blackwoods, with "vias" motto term, that traced to Constances as well as to Agrigento. It's notable that Croc's use BLACK inescutcheons (small Shields) on the Jewish Pollock bend. I doubt very much that the fiodhais" term in the Fothes/Fido write-up is defined, as it's claimed, as "WOOD-PLACE." In fact, there were reasons to trace proto-Pollocks to Placentia, a Pollux-like term, and that trace was made before knowing that Pollocks are represented by inescutcheons, a symbol that has also traced to Placentia. See half the Pollock saltire in the Baez/Pelaiz Coat, and then see that Place's/Plaiz' are traced to "a coppice surrounded by a FENCE of living WOOD." The Fens/Fann/Venn surname looks like a Fano family of the Fien kind, especially as the spread black-on-gold eagle, used by German Baez'/Base's, was seen with Fontana's, Fano's, and related others. The "la fin" motto term of Kennedys / Cassels is for the Font bloodline too.

Emailer Pollock wrote back: "The brother of Eschyna deMolle [Londoniis surname on her father's side] became the Durward or hereditary door keeper of the King of Scotland..." Checking the Durward surname, it's said to be related to Lundins, meaning that Lundins are suspect as Loudons/Lothians too. Lundins are clearly of the London surname, and yet Scottish Lundins use the double tressure, a symbol of Seatons of Lothian. Swedish Lundins are said to use a "gold border," of the same type used by Loudons/Lothians! That "living wood" code is now looking like it's for the Livingstons bloodline too, which recalls that Livings are also "Levin" while Levens of Balgonie are a branch of Lundys / Lundins!

There is a Coppick surname, first found in Cheshire (where the Caepio gold bars had traced as per blue-apple riddle codes), and then Coppicks use only a "barry" design, that being bars, half of them gold. If you recall, the blue-apple riddle led to Massey liners of Cheshire involved with Paeoni in DenBIGH, from the Pek river and Cuppae, with the Pook/Pogue variation of Pollocks involved at Denbigh, and so here we have a Coppick/CopPACK surname (comes up as "Coppeck") that may be code for both Peks/Pecks and Cuppae elements. Even the Livings traced to the Cheshire-Denbigh group, for Livings use a version of the Power Coat.

MOREOVER ZOWIE, Levens of Balgonie elements look like they are using a version of the Pek/Peck chevron, important because the Leven chevron is in both colors of the Quint chevron! That is, it traces Quintus Caepio to Cuppae! Quints even traced to the Powys surname!! That works great. I've missed the Leven link to Peks until now.

There is a Cappock/Cupacks/Kippax surname (in Pek colors) sharing the red garb with Scottish Barbers, and first found beside them. In heraldry, you don't expect a Jacques surname to trace to any old Jacques; you expect at least one Jacques surname from Jacques de Molay, and so by what coincidence are English Jacques' using the same-colored fesse as that of Cappocks while both surname were first found in the same place (Yorkshire)?

Since last seeing the de Molay article, Wikipedia has changed the cross on his breast from a black-on-white one to a red-on-gold one, though it may be red on dirty white. What do you think the Scottish Jacobites were really named after, king James, as they claim, of Jacques de Molay? Compare the cross of German Jacobs with the one of de Molay's breast.

We can now answer emailer Pollocks question of whether Molle's link to Jacques de Molay? Yes, possibly, for the Arms of Jacques de Molay uses the patee cross in colors reversed to the Pek/Peck patee. As Eschyna was both a Molle and a Lundy liner, it works where Lundys and Levens were related. Below is from the 3rd update of last December, after telling that Sibals of Balgonie-Leven married Lundie's:

Balgonie Castle is located on the south bank of the River Leven near Milton of Balgonie, 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) east of GlenROTHES, Fife, Scotland."...It is my opinion that the [German] Rothes, who use a raven, were the raven-depicted Vikings who conquered and named Rothesay. English Rothes' were first found in the same place (Shropshire) as Levens, thus tracing the Rothes' to "Glenrothes."

Again, Peter Pollock was in charge of a Rothes castle, and then emailer Pollock implied that a daughter of Eschyna (with Croce) married Peter's brother; if correct, one could certainly expect Rothes-castle elements (and Pollocks) in Balgonie.

The cross in the Sibal Crest (Balgonie) is a red moline, same as in the German Jacob Coat. Then, because the Spanish Jacobs use essentially the same cross as Irish Burghs, it may suggest that the gold-on-blue bend in the Arms of Jacques de Molay is that of German Burghs. If that's correct, then English Bergens are likely using the Jacques scallop. As scallops trace to Scylla at Messina, it recalls that the Messina/Massena Coat uses the de-Molay patee in colors reversed. Bergens were first found in the same place (Devon) as Moltons/Molsons.

The reason that aren't showing a typical moline cross on the breast of de Molay is, perhaps, that they don't want to give away his identity as a Moline/Moulin liner. Moline's/Moulins were first found in Devon (I didn't know that when starting the first sentence of this paragraph)! Note that the Moline/Moulins cross is black, while Mollars/Milwards/Milwoods show a black-on-white moline, the colors of the cross that Wikipedia showed on Jacques' breast the last time I was there, just months ago. Perhaps some Masons are reading my work and seeking to confound my writings, or at least to do damage control. What's there to hide? Was Jacques a bad apple?

Moline's/Moulins are traced in their write-up to Molland in South Molton. I've insisted that the founder of Pollocks, Fulbert "the Saxon," was a son or nephew of Fulbert "the tanner" of Falaise, note that the Moline write-up traces to "William of Moulins, Sire de Falaise, Lord of Moulins in 1030 in Normandy, uncle of William the Conqueror...". Is that the La Falaise at Ile-de-France? We should ask Hugh de Payen, whose line de Molay likely stemmed from. That is, Molay was likely a Payen-Chappes liner. The Koops/Coops even use a moline in Payen colors, which are the colors of the de-Molay bend. Don't Payens use pierced Zionists stars? So do French Mollers/Moliere's (with an 'e'). The other Mollers are Millers by-and-large.

Thanks to emailer Pollock, we have, I am sure, discovered ways of proving that Jacques de Molay was from the family of Eschyna de Molle. I wonder if her name is a version of "Meschin."

It's important that the Bergen Coat above is split horizontally in the two colors of the horizontally-split Capitano/Cattano and Popoli Coats, for Dutch Bergens, in the same colors, share small white-on-red saltires with Candys, while Candida's were first found in the same place as Popoli's, and while the Candida eagle is showing in the top half of the Capitano/Cattano Coat. Just like that, these Pek-and-Cuppae lines are now tracing to Capitano's and Popoli's while the latter were first found in the same place as Cuppae-like Capua's/Caputo's.

Why else do we suppose that Jacques de Molay was the grand master of Templars unless he was a Massena / Master liner, a Payen / Paine liner, and a Chappes / Capetian liner? When you know that Masonry, and therefore heraldry, traces to Cuppae in Moesia's Pek theater, as well as to king Massena elements, as well as to Caiaphas, every topic studied treads upon old turf, over and over again.

To be an uncle of William the Conqueror as well as a "sire de Falaise," William of Moulins must have been a brother to the Conqueror's mother. She was a daughter of Fulbert "the tanner." Therefore, William of Moulins looks like a son of Fulbert the tanner, making him suspect as a brother or a cousin of Fulbert "the Saxon," known father of Peter and Robert Pollock (mentioned earlier). Emailer Pollock's email has led to this very-likely conclusion.

In the last update, a Moulin location was found smack beside a Capard location at the St. Vincent part of the Baldea river, the river where the family of Godfrey de Bouillon originated. The Baldea is not extremely far from Molay.

We can now ask what relationship Hugh de Payen had with "the tanner" and/or "the Saxon." I didn't know until just now, when googling "Hugh de Payen," that he apparently used red-on-white patee crosses, for the Google result page shows such Arms. The Arms also shows red-on-gold spread eagle, the colors of the Ferte / MacDonald / Constance spread eagle(s). Look at how Hugh is painted like a Jesus figure. Spit! The reason that they have all that robing on him is to hide his gold bars. The reason that he looks poor is because he was up drinking all night.

De Payen (several pages are now showing "Payens," including Wikipedia) was born a couple generations after William of Moulins. Nothing is known, to no surprise, about the ancestry of High de Payen. He was from a Payns location in Champagne, near Troyes. The Arms of Payns, a gold Chief and green Shield, might just be his personal colors, or even his Shield. Payns is about 100 miles from Ile-de-France.

"By the year 1113 [Hugh] was married to Elizabeth de Chappes, who bore him at least one child, Thibaud, later abbot of Abbaye de la Colombe|la Colombe at Sens." The article says that he may have been a "Hugo de Pedano," smacking of the Putents/Puttens and Putins/Padyns. The same-colored Patricks come up with "Pedan", and then the Putins/Padyns were first found in the same place (Dumfries) as KilPatricks. As Kilpatricks use the Maxwell saltire in particular, it suggests that Hugh de Payen, if he was Pedano, may indeed link to Pollocks. In this picture, Maxwells are a Payen line from those who opted to adopt his Pedano version. Might that version have led to the foot theme and surname?

The Pedan/Patrick Coat uses that "border" seen twice earlier in the Molle discussion. The border theme and surname had traced to Besancon. Wikipedia says that Jacques de Molay was probably from a Molay location...beside Besancon and Dole. This is very Pollock-important because the Doubs river to Dole was traced to Dobrawa, wife of Mieszko I, as well as to Dobers and Dobermans that are, without doubt, named after Dobrawa. Dobermans are the ones sharing the colors of the Jewish Pollock (and therefore the Croc/Croke) bend. This is why Dole on the Doubs traces to Dol, Brittany, with little doubt. Thus, it appears that the de Molle's were from Molay. Case closed.

There is no link, in the de-Payens article, to a Wikipedia article on Elizabeth Chappes, but that marriage has the potential to get explain why Hugh should be related to William of Moulins if he was from La Falaise at Ile-de-France. When I traced Hugh to the Picenti mountains south of Naples, across from Campania, I don't recall knowing that "There is also a claim that Hugues de Payens or Ugo de' Pagani came from Nocera de' Pagani in Campania, southern Italy. Reference to Nocera as his birthplace is found at least as early as Baedeker's Southern Italy (1869)[8] and is also found in the Old Catholic Encyclopedia. Two more recent writers say that the theory is supported by a letter that Hugues wrote from Palestine in 1103, in which he talked of writing to "my father in Nocera" to tell him of the death of his cousin Alessandro" I don't recall reading that. It plots Hugh's family in the Capua ballpark, right?

Nocera Inferior (beside Nocera Superior) is about a dozen miles south of Naples at Salerno. "A small colony of Saracens was actually introduced in the town around the 9th century." The Arms of Nocera Inferior uses a green "gonfanon," with a tree on a mound in a gold-Shielded Coat, thus consisting of the two colors in the Arms of Payns. The gonfanon was a symbol of the Montforts, and I've argued that it was a Masonic apron / loincloth, though the official line is that it's a banner / flag. Look at how close Salerno is to Picentia on this old map of Lucania:

Well, I'm impressed with my own self for that one. Nocera is right at the Picenti mountains. The problem is, I can't trace Payens to anything else if they were named after Nocere de' Pagani...unless that Pagani term was shipped from somewhere / something else. Perhaps, since I've been so right on tracing Hugh to the Picentia region, I am also correct in tracing him to Picenum, which predated Hugh de Payen by centuries. I recall tracing the gonFANON to the Fano entity, which is a location at the north end of Picenum. It's easy to do this once you know that Masons had symbolism on their brains for most everything they invented, like the gonfanon. It's easy, but only after you've spent 10,000 hours getting to know the symbols. Let's get that straight. My claim to fame: 10,000 hours plus on heraldry. I'm going to die sad unless I get off of this soon.

Recall the pine tress mentioned earlier that were suggested as code for MacAlpin, for there is a Pine/Pyne surname that looks applicable to "Payn". As Alpins come up as "Cappin," I'm going to bet my very best gold shovel, the one that I was going to dig up the mole hills with, along with the silver gauntlet gloves (vair fur padding inside), that MacAlpin was a Payen liner. Pine's/Pyne's were first found in the same place (Devon) as Bergens, Moltons/Molsons, and Moline's/Moulins (and Wears too). And Pine's/Pyne's look like Wayne's who trace with no doubt to Veyne's/Fane's. Gonfanincidence? I don't think so. Maschi's, first found near Fano, use pine come's. German Tanners use pine cones.

The Pinos'/Pinto's were first found in Salerno. Compare with the Mollar Coat, and ask if the red crescents common to both trace to the Seaton crescents? It just so happens that a red crescent is also in the Croc Coat. As Durwards were from the brother of Eschyna de Molle while she had married a Croc(e) surname, it's apparent that the red Durham crescent should apply. Durhams use the Weir/Vere Coat. That traces Durwards to the Wear river (location of Durham).

From "Pinto," one can go to the Pont-like surnames, and then, if I recall correctly, the ancestry of Pontius Pilate was out to sea off the Naples coast.

It looks like the fog has cleared. It looks like the mystery is gonfanon. Just trace to Monforte at Montferrat, and that's where you will find the gonfanon entity. Just ask the Masci's in that area. Those gold-and-green colors, suspect with Payens / Pollocks, are in the Scottish Gonne/Gowan/Gavin Coat , and then the Crest shows a blue thistle, symbol of Pollock-associated Paisleys...and the Cappins/Alpins too. You owe me a gold shovel. Belgian Gonne's could, therefore, be using the Pollock bend in colors reversed.

It makes sense that, if the Scots were founded by the ancestry of Mieszko-related Siward of Northumberland, Pollocks could be involved too. It suggests that Pollocks were from Siward's family at some person, and the Mackays, whom I saw elevated by Siward to a high position at Moray, are super suspects behind the Pollocks. And so are the Leslie's because George Drummond of Hungary was involved with him in tearing up MacBeth. That can explain why Haldens (same gold griffin head as Dobers) and Maxwells use the same saltire, and why both the Dober and Doberman griffin head is in the design of the one used by Leslie's. The Pollock motto term "Audacter," is suspect with the Aude's using the Sword = Siward swords.

WOWWIE!! After writing that, I checked the location of Audeville from the last update, where Aude's are said to derive from. The write-up speaks on an Audeville in Savoy, but as I could not find a location by that name in Savoy, foul-play was suspect to keep us from knowing the reality. There was an Audeville location found at Pithiviers. I have just clicked the Pithiviers link (from the Audeville article) to find thistles in the Arms of Pithiviers!!! I am sure they are thistles because their tops look much like the tops on the thistle used by Gonne's and Paisleys. See the same thistle, along with the sword design of Swords / Aude's, in the Crest of the Alpin surname.

I cannot believe that heraldry masters do not study and record, and memorize if possible, symbols of European locations fully across the board, wherefore they have known all along that Pollocks trace with their motto to Audeville.

The Alpin Coat does not use a pine tree, curiously, but as it uses a fir tree, compare "fir" with "PithiVIERs. Doesn't it seem that "vair fur" should be code for Vere's of this place? Entering both "Fir" and "Fur" gets the Feurs/Feirs, and they were from Mieszko's right? The Viers surname is even listed with the Vairs/Vers'/Veires'/Fers, and the list even shows "Feuers," a surname found in the Feur page too. How could the heraldry masters not know of this? It's child's play. I kid you not, that I had not yet arrived to, or known, of this find when placing "vair fur" in the bet above.

I have been claiming for years that the Vairs use a version of the Hohen Coat while Fers (Brittany, expect Pollocks at Dol) use the Cohen Coat, and here we find Vairs fundamental with Pollocks while the latter just traced to the blue-thistle Gonne's/Gowans with GOWEN variation, and then Belgian Gonne's show "Kohn." John Kerry, perhaps the next American president, was born with a Kohn surname. He's now in charge of Israeli affairs. If the Arms of Pithiviers disappears, see it from my files:

You now know that hundreds / thousands of heraldry links can be made between surnames and locations, things which some historians know of, yet suppress. There can only be one explanation for this: someones are in control of Western education. It's called "Illuminatii," the princes of darkness who would hang curtains over your eyes as they lead you to Hell, literally.

At the page below, showing only the Arms of Pithiviers, we read; "Pithiviers | Coats of arms of cities in Loiret | Thistles in heraldry..."

I see a Gone term below:

Of [de Molay's] death it is recorded:
"The cardinals dallied with their duty until 18 March 1314, when, on a scaffold in front of Notre Dame, Jacques de Molay, Templar Grand Master, Geoffroi de Charney, Master of Normandy, Hugues de Peraud, Visitor of France, and Godefroi de GONNEville, Master of Aquitaine, were brought forth from the jail in which for nearly seven years they had lain, to receive the [death] sentence agreed upon by the cardinals, in conjunction with the Archbishop of Sens...

The Wallace's/Wallis', you see, share a white-on-red lion with Montforts, and one may read online that Montforts owned the gonfanon. Therefore, as a small Monforte location is at Montferrat, and as the Tanaro flows in that area, it is obvious now that Fulbert of Falaise was a Wallis bloodliner (probably with the Melusine-using Walsers) from Monforte / Montferrat. Wallis canton in Switzerland is also "Valais." This theory is clinched. Walsers lived in the Lys valley, suspect as the origins of Godfrey de Bouillon, the leader of some Sion organization. We get it.

The Patricks coming up as "Pedan" must be using the Halden/Halten saltire too, because Patricks are Maxwell/Makeswell liners. Ask the "make" motto term of KilPatricks. Oda (one of Mieszko's wives) was of Haldensleben, near Brunswick. In an update of recent months (about November, December), I claimed that an Alan-Visconti line out of Langhe at Montferrat founded the house of Brunswick-Luneburg. Shortly after, I found that Oda's Haldensleben entity was directly involved with this line to Brunswick. The Altens, for example, were first found in Brunswick.

The Altens seem to be using the Duncan Coat ("pati" motto term), which helped to trace this same family to Siward at the founding of the Scots, for Siward was a Duncan liner. I had found a white rose in the Swedish Sewer surname that I thought was a symbol of Siward, for Altens use white roses too, and I thought that this white rose was for the Varangian-Rus line of Maurice de Yorvik, otherwise known as Maurice, the first Drummond, son of George who came to Scotland in 1055, the year after Siward defeated Macbeth, and the year that Siward died. In other words, I suspect the white rose of York to be a symbol from Varangian Rus -- Rosicrucians -- as per this Drummond line to Scotland.

The hunting horn in the Donkey Coat is almost identical to the one in the Pollock Coat, but see also the horns of German Base's, suspect as Paisleys. The Scottish Andrew Coat uses a green saltire over a gold saltire, the colors of the Pollock saltire at Wikipedia's Clan Pollock article. The Andrew write-up claims associations with clan Ross, and that Andrews moved south to Dumfries, location of Patents/Putins/Padyns and Kilpatricks. (Durward-suspect Durhams were first found in Dumfries).

Kilpatricks had a castle at Closeburn on the Nith river, and then Nitts/Naughts were first found in Dumfries too. The Nitts/Naughts look like they are using the Raines / Newman lions along with the Fer/Ferrat Coat, thus tracing to Rainier of Montferrat, whose granddaughter (of Montferrat too) married Geddes-suspect Guido Guerra III. The Geds (proto-Geddes) were established on the Nith (see 1st update in December for the start of that Nith-Geddes topic).

The Pitts share blue-and-white checks with Nitts/Naughts and Fers/Ferrats, as well as the besants that traced with Putents/Puttens to the besants in the Arms of Poitiers. It may be that PITHiviers was of just such a Pitt line from Poitier elements. Recall Mr. Captier, bell ringer, and put it beside Potter-related Porters -- said to be bell ringers / doormen like Durwards -- and then recall Mr. Feur, window supplier for the Magdalene church at RENNES-le-Chateau, where Mr. Captier was supposedly a bell ringer.

Pitts were first found in the same place (Devon) as Moltons/Molsons and Moline's/Moulins, not likely coincidental because the Pitt Crest shares a stork with the Croce Crest. The Croce motto, "Cruce DUM spero fido," is suspect as part code for the motto of Massins/Masons, from the Zenata/Zenetes area of Maghreb, and part code for the Fido's/Fothes'/Fittes'. The Croce's are the ones using the Chad potent cross design, and Chads (and related Chats) were Cato liners, right? From Maghreb, right?

"Spero" is a term likely for Speers and Sprees (red crescents), from the Spree river of Lusatia (Polish theater). Speers were first found in the same place as Pollocks, Paisleys and Dobys, all three from Mieszko's Polish elements. The thing is, Shakespeare's can be traced to Shake's/Shakerleys using "mole hills." The Shakespeare spear is used by Polk-like Fulke's/Folks...who predated Fulbert of Falaise by centuries, and go back to the Guerin-of-Provence entity.

Italian Fulks share the Pitt and Fer/Ferrat checks so that Fulks of Anjou can be traced to a Guerin line to Rainier of Montferrat, and from there it can go to Fulbert of Falaise.

The de-Pols were in the Foix-Candale entity beside Rennes-le-Chateau (in Aude), and the black-on-black lion of Peters is easily deciphered, by that method, as the Faucet/Fauxside lion. Foix's traced to the fox in the Porcia bend used by Fes'/Fays, highly suspect from Maghreb Jews as they traced to Guerin of Provence.

The "sapientia" motto term of Andrews is now suspect with Porcius-Cato liners (see "Sapien" in the last update), and the Pollock boar may apply here. Why should Cato liners be going to Hungarians? Ask the Maghreb Jews. Cato was traced to mythical Ceto, mother of Phorcys. Ceto was born of Pontus, and the KHALDi were in the Pontus, while the Pollock boar is shot through with an arrow, a symbol I've viewed as that of the CALYDonian boar. The Pollock hunting horn links well with that of Trabys, and Trabys trace with Drummonds to the Trabzon area, home of the Khaldi. The Arms of Traby hunting horn is likely that of Lothians/Loudons (talbot), and then Ceto-suspect and Gate-related Seatons were first found in Lothian.

Perhaps George of Hungary took over Siwards kingdom to some degree. I traced George to the founding of the Ross / Andrew clan, situated beside the Rose's. George was a son of king Andrew I of Hungary, who I think was a Varangian of Kiev on his mother's side, but, in any case, Andrew married a Varangian so that George was one too. Thus, the Ross clan, said to be from one Andrew (though they don't reveal him as king Andrew), was from a Varangian-Hungarian mix. I had traced Pattersons, first found in Ross-shire, to that mix, and Pattersons are said to be from "Patrick." The Bissets, first found in Ross-shire, trace to the Bisset-like variations of Besancons, and so these particular Ross-shire elements go to the Doubs / Doly area where the Molay clan is suspect, with the line from Mieszko's other wife, Dobrawa. Again, Bassets use the Drummond waves.

The Base's/BAISE's, first found where Lacy Taillebois (Talbot) had titles, traced to Besancon too, and they smack of "PAISley." I didn't know until after the mention of Besancon here that there's a Frotey-les-Lure location near to the north side of Besancon, using thistles (i.e. I didn't craft the paragraph above to set this up). The Arms of Frotey look like they could be using the gold maunch that appears in the Irish Croc Coat. The Frotey thistle is identical in design to the one in Pithiviers, which must not be coincidental, for the two locations are distant from one another.

Dobys, first found in the same place as Pollocks, are suspect from the Dobers, and then the Doby symbol is the "squire's helmet" found also in the Armor Crest. Armors (definitely Mieszko liners) were traced (second update this month) to Pollocks as the latter were joined with German Otters at an Armorbach / AMORback location. The Armers (with an 'e'), you see, come up as "Amore" (branch of the Scott surname), and then Amori's/Damory's likewise use the Drummond waves. Both Armers/Amore's and Amori's/Damory's were first found in Oxfordshire, and both use talbots (Tanner symbol too). As blue-thistle Paisleys (white roses), first found in the same place as Dobys, may be using the Armor chevron in colors reversed, it seems that the whole lot in this paragraph should trace to thistle-using Pithiviers.

I can now add that blue-thistle Gonne's use an "arma" motto code for Armors. Right?

Thistle's/Thissels were first found in the Channel Islands, where the Majors/Magors were from now suspect as the Maghreb Jews to the Hungarians. The Channels Islands are off of Manche, in the waters that some call "The Sleeve." The heraldic maunch, used by Croc's/Croke's, is sometimes called a "sleeve," you see. So much fun with codes, and they don't want you to know. Mere party poopers, or devils in human form? You know the answer.

Paisleys use an anchor that can link to the anchor of Majors/Magors because Peters use a "major" motto term. Base's/Baise's may be using the Gernon lions, and then I think Gernons named Guernsey, the Channel-Island island where Majors/Magors lived at, where there is a Footes location that the "Cyfoeth" motto term of Gernons should represent. The Foots and related Fothes/Fittes'' are suspect with the Fiz/Fitch line from Maghreb. That makes Gernons suspect with Guerin of Provence.

Thistle's/Thissels use the bend in colors reversed to that of Peters. I think the bend of Scotts, first found in the same place as Maxwells and Croc-related Mollle's, applies here. I have claimed that all three Peter surnames are from Peter Pollock, and, if correct, it shows how important Peter was to Masonry. Thistle's and Peters share blue lions, and it can no longer be deemed a coincidence that these same Peters, as well as German peters, are using the same bend colors as the bend of Jacques de Molay. Clearly, de Molay was a Pollock liner, and emailer Pollock is the reason that the world can now know this.

Like I said years ago, God has put she and me together in a long history of emails for a reason. I had no idea the reason would be this important.

The "sans" motto term of peters can now go to Sens: "By the year 1113 [Hugh] was married to Elizabeth de Chappes, who bore him at least one child, Thibaud, later abbot of Abbaye de la Colombe|la Colombe at Sens." As the Peter motto also includes, "rien," while the Pollocks have traced exactly to Mr. Moulins, suspect as the brother or even as the person of Fulbert de Pollock, see this from the last update:

Of [Joan of Arc's] three brothers, two had issue: the descendants of Jean adopted the name of Du Lys and used the arms. Pierre [= Peter], who became a knight, had two sons: Jean, knight, who left only a daughter, and Jean the younger, who was briefly Echevin [Eschyna term?] of Arras in the 1480s. He returned to France and kept the name of Du Lys, but resumed the arms of Arc. His great-grandsons Charles and Luc du Lys, seigneur de REINEmoulin, petitioned for the right to quarter du Lys and d'Arc...Luc received a crest of a fleur-de-lys or issuant between two banners as before, with war-cry: Les Lys!

I think that works well. I think that Rainier/Renier of Montferrat applies to this. By what coincidence do Pierre's use the same-colored bend as Jacques de Molay and two Peter surnames? That's now four Peter surnames all tracing to Peter Pollock.

Pithiviers is about 25 miles north of Orleans, which may reveal the reason that Pollocks are linking to Joan of Arc.

The Armer/Amore Coat is a perfect reflection of the Blount/Blonde Coat (first found in the same place as Joan-of-Ark-related Blois'). The latter surname was that of Mr. Croc(e), husband of de Molle. The "cede" motto term of Armers/Amore's (who are expected to be Moors) should be of the Cato line expected in Maghreb. It's likely code for Seeds/Cedes'/Seates'. See also the Lowells/Lovells (in Avery colors), and read: "Ralph Lovel, second son of William de Perceval, earl of Yvery, Normandy."

Emailer Pollock sent in a message a while back, saying that "the Saxon" may have been mistranslated by historians. Wikipedia mentions this, that Fulbert's title was perhaps written in an alphabetic code of ancient times so that "the Saxon" was, in reality, "Wallace." I would suggest "the Wallace," as in "La Falaise." Yes, compare "Wallis" with "Falaise," or the Fallis surname said to be possibly from "Falaise." In this picture, Fulbert "the Saxon" looks like a son of Fulbert "the tanner," and even the latter phrase must be code so that no one gets the impression to trace it to a geographical feature like the Tanaro. The viking historians didn't want the world to know, I suppose, that the Conqueror married an Italian. But even "Poppa" smacks of an Italian name.

In the section above this one, I made a couple of additions that you may not have read, so I'll repeat it here, because I think it's very important for clinching Caiaphas liners with Porcius Cato:

...The latter Boys even show as "Boetto," like the Sadducee house of Boethus/Boetus! Valerie's are using the Caepio lion, right? The Boy/Bove/Boetto bull is in the colors of the bull in the Arms of Turin, a city between Chieri and Chivasso.

Now look. The Boso(n) bull is in the design of the Chiaro bull, and Bosonids were counts of Arles until they produced William I of Provence, the turf upon which Orange is found. It is very possible that Boso's were the same as Boys/Bove's, and therefore from the Boiorix bloodline.

You have just read an excellent reason for tracing Sadducees to the Chiaro's, tending to clinch that the latter were from Joseph Caiaphas. "Boet(t)/Boets" gets the German Bute's/Butts, for all that could mean on top. Zowie, the surname also comes up as "Boetes"!

AHA! Black-boar Booth's come up as "Boethes."

The same thistle design used by Pithiviers is used in the Arms of Asnieres-sur-Seine at Ile-de-France! The exclamation mark may be premature, but this just feels Chappes-important, In fact, the Arms uses the format of the Annas Coat!! The same thistle design, likewise with a purple top, is in use in the Arms of Cantenoy, of Lorraine. The heraldry of a nation is likely controlled by a branch of government, which may control the designs used.

Lorraine is the origin of the family of Joan of Ark. There is yet another entity -- the Arms of Saint-Jean-les-Longuyon -- using the same thistle design, along with the two curved fish of the Baar/Bars of Brunswick...who had a branch at Bar-le-Duc in Lorraine. Bar-le-Duc and Saint-Jean-de-Longuyon are on the Moselle, and then the Mosel/Mossell surname (black boars) was first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Blois' (where Joan of Ark ruled out of). This recalls the trace (last update) of Porcia elements to Joan of Arc's family.

In the Arms of Garbuna family (Spain), the same thistle design is used on what looks like a Vere shield because there are two wolves upon it in the colors of the same in the Spanish Varro Coat. This is very good, to find the Varro wolves on the Vere Shield (if indeed that's what this is), keeping in mind that the Annas star is likely the Vere star tracing to Guerin of Provence. The fact that Vere's are clearly visible in the Pithiviers location while Garbuna's use the Pithiviers thistle design argues for a trace of Guerin to the Garbuna's.

On the Basque-heraldry page below, note that the GARAIchoechea surname uses the two black wolves again as well as an alternative Shield filled with nothing but black-and-white checks. There are even some Garin Coats, one having both a single wolf in Varro-wolf colors as well as three crossed arrows, the symbol of the Joan-of-Ark family before it adopted the du Lys surname. It's important that the wolf is in front of a tree, reflecting the Alpin Coat. It's notable that a single black wolf alone is used by a Garra surname, while a Garras surname uses only black boars. Garats and Garabays are shown using bendy in the colors of the Guerra (houseofnames) bendy.

One last point: GANDia's are shown above with hammers while GAUNTlet gloves are used by Maccabee-based Maceys, and then the Arcs were on the same Arc river as Modane (Savoy). Therefore, the red-on-white crosses in the page above are suspect from the Arms of Savoy.

There are yet others using the same thistle design on this "Thistles-in-heraldry" page:

Cato and Flaccus, and Syphax too

Wikipedia's article on "History of the Jews in Algeria" says, without further comment, "There is evidence of a Jewish presence in Algeria since at least the late Roman period." I'm extremely interested in knowing details, but where to find them? The article offer a book: "Karen B. Stern, Inscribing devotion and death: archaeological evidence for Jewish populations of North Africa, Bril, 2008, p.88" One lousy page.

The Arms of Tunisia and Algeria both use a red crescent. We saw plenty crescents in that color above. From Wikipedia's article, "History of the Jews in Tunisia":

"A tradition among the descendants of the first Jewish settlers was that their ancestors settled in that part of North Africa long before the destruction of the First Temple in the 6th century BC."

Nothing more said on that. I think the Internet is running out of room. Tunisia shows a red-on-white star, the colors of the Black, Glass, and Kyle stars. Don't Glass' and Kyle's trace to "Gulussa," son of king Massena? I had reason to think so. But I am more sure of a Glass trace of "Guillestre," and of a Kyle trace with Cole's to the Colapis / Kupa river. Do you think all of the above could be correct? Guillestre is where I trace Julians/Gillians without doubt, but now also Gellone's. As the latter was from Idris elements, and from Kanza in Algeria, it's quite apparent Gulussa elements could indeed apply.

Moreover, I traced Meshwesh in north Africa to the Maezaei near / on the Kupa river long before engaging king Massena. It could just be that "JUBA," a Massena descendant who married Glaphyra of CAPPAdocia, and who was buried in Tipaza (Algeria), may have something to do with "KUPA." I don't have an easy task here; every clue will be treated like gold. I'm expecting Caiaphas lines from the family of Massena.

The stark fact is, both Gophers and the Scottish flag use a white-on-blue saltire, while I know that the Scottish flag (in the colors of the German Drummonds) is from king Andrew of Hungary, father of the Drummonds. I have been tracing Hungarians and their Hun ancestry to "Hannibal" for years, because I noted that what looked like Hannibal-based surnames share the stag with Hungarian myth (symbol of Hungarian roots). I would not have understood it had I not realized that Magyars were named after Maghreb, the very stretch of north Africa now under discussion.

But Maghreb was Jewish. And Khazars, who formed an alliance with Magyars proper of southern Russia, had Jewish priest-kings called, kagans. The Kagan surname brings up the Jewish Cohen Coat. And Cohens claim to be from Levites of Israel. Were there Levites in Maghreb of BC times? Why do Kenneths use a stag? Was there a stag symbol town in Algeria? Or is the stag a symbol of a surname / place? I know that Masseys of Dunham Massey used a stag.

There came a point of questioning whether the Hanna's, Anne's, Hands and Annabels/Hannibals (all use stags) were from Hannibal. The other option was from the lines that named Annas, the murderer of Jesus. Annas could have come from the same Heneti that named Hannibal, if you don't mind intrigue. Hannibal may have been one of those Jews that Wikipedia mentions. All options are on the table, and it's a mess to sort through. I don't even have a box cover showing what the puzzle is supposed to look like when finished. I'm going to need some luck.

Do you think there's a reason as to why there's hush at Wikipedia on the nature of BC Jews in north Africa? Do you think Masons knew/know that the Israeli chief priests were from down that way?

I'm fairly sure that Julians/Gillians and related Gellone's/Gillions were from the Gels of southern Sicily that founded Agrigento. It's important for the trace of Cato's there, as I now know that virtually all lines to the first Roman Caesars were from Agrigento elements of the Aeneas-Creusa kind.

The Anchors/Annackers, honored by the anchor in the Major/Magor Coat, are from Agrigento, and they use what I'll call the red Caiaphas (of Chiaro) bull head, a bull design shared by Says, a branch of red-crescent Seatons using a "yet" motto term for the Yates that use Gates, symbol of Gaetuli from Aures of Algeria, where Kanza's father lived. Irish Hands use lozenges in colors reversed to the Anchor lozenges, and the first earl of Moray, a place suspect from Moors, used lozenges in these colors as well as a stag in his Crest. Meanwhile, lozenges trace Losinj in the Colapis / Kupa area, and while "apis" means bull, so we find the Cole's using a bull, suggesting that the Caiaphas bull is from the namers of Colapis, a river alternatively called, Kupa, itself a term highly suspect with the namers of Caiaphas.

The proper versions of the Irish Hand surname, such as, Glavin," could suggest Glaphyra terms, and therefore Carthaginian lines from she with Juba.

Patterns are good for putting puzzles together. Here's some news we can use further from Wikipedia's article, "History of the Jews in Libya":

The history of the Jews in Libya stretches back to the 3rd century BC, when Cyrenaica was under Greek rule...

...During the Greco-Roman period, Libya corresponded approximately with Cyrene and the territory belonging to it. Jews lived there - including many that moved there from Egypt; Augustus granted Cyrene's Jewish population certain privileges through Flavius, the governor of the province. At the time, they maintained close contact with the Jews in Jerusalem. In 73 AD, during the First Jewish-Roman War in Judea, there was also a revolt by the Jewish community in Cyrene led by Jonathan the Weaver, which was quickly suppressed by the governor Catullus...Several Libyan Jews from this period are known today, such as Jason of Cyrene, whose work is the source of the Second Book of Maccabees, and Simon of Cyrene, who carried the cross of Jesus as Jesus was taken to his crucifixion.

The interesting thing here is that Jonathan the Weaver was acting a few generations before the birth of Jesus, and as such he may have been a Meshwesh on one side that founded the Maccabees in the first place. If per chance the Weaver surname is from him, it may be important that Sadducee-suspect Shettle's/Shuttleworths use a "weavers shuttle." One Weaver Crest is an antelope, which I have not conclusively deciphered. One theory is that the ANTelope and the ANTler are code for mythical ANTenor elements, the Heneti. Weavers use gold garbs in the two colors of the Joseph garbs, wherefore, as Josephs trace to the namers of Montechiaro, between Gela and Agrigento, it could truly be that Weavers trace to Agrigento.

German Weavers/Webers use a "segne" motto term that tentatively stands for Sagans/Segans sharing the salamander-in-flames with Julians-Gillians. The Weaver/Weber Coat is just three stars in the colors of the same in the French Julian Chief. Perhaps it's coincidental, but the "uns' motto term of Weavers/Webers may suggest the Una/Oeneus river (where an Aeneas branch is suspect), where the Gore's trace, and where Seagers traced, roughly, anyway. Then, Weavers/Webers were first found in the same place (Saxony) as the Garins/Gorings.

It was suspect earlier in this update that Garin/Guerin of Province founded the Arms of Saxony. It is therefore very notable that French Garins/Guerins use pierced Zionists stars in the same colors as the stars above, and that they are the Payen stars too, indicating the distinct possibility that Payens were Julian liners. One theory still on the table is that Caiaphas was a grandson of Julius Caesar with Servillia Caepio, and her name traces to the same place (Servitium, near the mouth of the Una) as the Gore and Cole motto's.

Again. Gore's are suspect with Chora in Patmos, the place sending out the Coronis raven to the founding of Cyrene. The area around the Una river became Gorski, and then while I trace the neighboring Maezaei to Mieszko's, who had alliance with Trabys, note the Polish Gorski Coat (horseshoe, popular Polish symbol) with white ostrich feathers (Arms of Traby symbol), and the white-on-blue stars that have traced by several means to Mieszko's children.

As Mieszko's ancestry was in one SiemoWIT, whose codename I've traced to WITkowo (Poland), which uses an all-see-eye (apparently), it's interesting that the Romans had a Moor general by the name of Quietus. There was a war (115 AD) named after him that was between Jews of Israel and Romans. The Quiet surname is listed with the Vatts/Watters) using a human eye, and a pair of glasses (suspect with a Glass line to Gulussa). I therefore trace the Vatts (and related Watts) to the Witkowo Poles.

This is actually quite amazing, for Mieszko is thought to have pre-Poland ancestry in Sardinia, where Porcius Cato was stationed with an army to oversee that large island in the center of Mediterranean traffic. There were about three centuries between Cato and Quietus. Do you think the surnames may have been related, both from the north-African Geta surname?

In Lusatia, there is a Quies/Kwisa river in the Spree-river area, and, as was said earlier, Speers and Sprees are related...because they share similar Coats with same-colored crescents, some red on white, tracing tentatively to Arms of Tunisia and neighboring Algeria, and tracing even harder by way of the red Seaton crescents to the Gaetuli of that area.

I found the red antlers used by the Veringens of Germany in the Arms of Spree-Neisse off the Spree river. I'm not going into details; the trace was sound. It just so happens that Wheelwrights, also a part of Mieszko ancestry, use the antelope. Traby-suspect Darbys/Derbys use an antelope too. Who was it that was just found using the antelope? Ah, yes, the Weavers suspect with a Maccabee-liner, Jonathan the Weaver of Cyrene. Couldn't it be deemed feasible that Mieszko's were Maccabee liners out of north Africa? I had no doubt about it ever since the discovery of king Massena's involvement in Masonry. Up until then, I was rather dumbfounded to explain the reasons for the involvement of Mieszko (who?) in Masonic / heraldic themes. Suddenly, Mieszko's can be suspect from "the weaver."

The Zahringers, cousins of Veringens, use three blue antlers as the counterpart of the three red antlers of Veringens. The latter are suspect with Varangians, and as they came to rule Keep-like Kiev, it can be noted that Keeps use the weaver's shuttle too. Moreover, the bear in the Shuttleword Crest may trace to Berne, Switzerland, known to be founded by Zahringers. It just so happens that while Berne is suspect after Bernicians of Bavaria (i.e. the Babenbergs), Bebba's Bernicians have been traced for years to Paphlagonian Heneti, the people suspect with the antler symbol.

Irish Berne's look to be using the Mieske arm-and-sword, as well as another oak tree. Below the oak is the Garry lizard that was traced recently to Lazards/SARDS! The last time that Lazards came up, they looked like Mieszko-related Swords, but in this discussion they look like Sardinians. Nice, for I trace Mieszko's ancestry to Sulcis, a Seleucid city on south Sardinia, and then Jonathan Maccabee was the one who merged with a Seleucid kind so that Jonathan the Weaver may have been too. To show you of how little I know, I didn't know until now that Jonathan the Weaver wrote 2 Maccabees.

Scottish Berne's (in Sword colors) were first found at Moray, exactly where I expect Mieszko liners of the Siward kind. I expect that Siward empowered Mieszko elements after weakening MacBeth. The "aude" motto term of Scottish Berne's suggests the Aude's using the Sword swords, and we now know that Aude's were at Audeville of the Pithiviers theater.

In Homer's mythology, Circe lived on an island off the western coast of Italy. I traced her (hopefully correctly) to an Ajax-suspect location (Ajaccio) on Corsica, the large island to the north of Sardinia. It was just last weekend when opening an email telling that mythical Circe made swines of men. It must have been code for a peoples depicted as swine. I trace "Circe" to Circassians, and thus far it seems an excellent bet that swine liners were also swan liners from Caucasia. I don't know whether Circassia went as far as lake Sevan, but possibly. Circe's sister was PASIphae, symbol, no doubt, for Phasis in Circasia. For the record, it was the mariners of Odysseus that she turned into swine.

I don't have a grip on what people group / entity Odysseus represented, but it's interesting that while Cornwall had mythical boars, Otis' were first found in Cornwall, and one Otis Crest even uses a boar (the Coat uses a bear). That may suggest that Porcius Cato liners were in Britain with the Cornelii branch of Romans.

Odins/Oddys are stork-liners using croziers that trace to Creusa at Agrigento. It's right down the Cato - Aeneas alley. It's the Odin related Oddie's who use that saltire that was also the flag of Scotland, and it's in Ottone colors while Ottone's are suspect with Visconti's, one branch of which was out of Sardinia. It's known that the Sardinian-branch Visconti's used the rooster, symbol also of Jonathans. Besides this, I traced Sardinian Visconti's to the Mieszko's, though I am never quite certain of the details, or who came first, or whether they were one entity rather than two merged ones. Baldricks, first found in Northumberland, are half the Scottish flag.

In other words, the swine-suspect Odysseus line, suspect with Ligurian swan liners, may have been at Corsica / Sardinia, off the Ligurian coast as the proto-Ottone's, who are now equated with the Chappes,' who are in turn traced back to Caiaphas the Sadducee, suspect as a descendant of Porcius Cato, himself from lake Sevan's Soducena elements. I think that works very well.

Odysseus' mother was ANTiclea, grand-daughter of Hermes the Cadusii Armenian. Odysseus' wife, Penelope, was likely a Pan element from Hermes out of bear-depicted Arcadia, and that may trace to bear lines on the Arc river of the Maccabees. I'm not insinuating that the Arcadian bear needs to link to the Bernician bear. The fact that Odysseus was made to visit Tiresias in Tartarus, who owned the Hermes caduceus, suggests strongly that Odysseus was a Cadusii Armenian, the ones I trace to the naming of Hattusa, and the very ones I see forming the Cato surname. If that traces Cadusii to lake Sevan, I have no problem with it. Compare "Cadusii" with "Sadducee / Soducena."

As Paphlagonians lived amongst / beside the Hatti, I would suggest that Odysseus' mother was code for Heneti of a Clea kind (whatever that means). The latter smacks to me of the Galli Phrygians whom I trace to the Gileki partners of the Cadusii, also called Gels. If that's not coincidental enough, Odysseus went by a Roman name, Ulysses / Ulixes, a term that must have been invented to depict the Julius bloodline...which I've been tracing to the Gileki.

The central parts of Sicily were inhabited by Sicanians, whom I traced to Sicyon, a few miles from Corinth. It was a long shot, but I traced the Caledonian Boar to Corinthians about a decade ago. I rarely mention it and never work to support the idea, but it may have been correct. An alternative father given to Odysseus was Sisyphus, king of Corinth. However, one can make out that his name (SISI) is code for SICYon. It just so happens that Gela is central on Sicily, and may have been inhabited by Sicyon elements, therefore. Agrigento is very central upon Sicily.

To put this another way, Odysseus was a Cadmus-Cilix Phoenician entity from mount Hermon, where mythical Cilix represents the Gileki-suspect Cilicians. Therefore, Odysseus was a Cadmus line to Boeotia, the root of the Boethus Sadducees, right?

When myth has Odysseus trapped by the witch, Circe, it simply means that he was himself of Circassian extraction. It's virtually identical to being a Colchian, yet another Gileki-like term. In two related articles, Wikipedia does not tell whether Porcius Cato named the Catone's, or vice-versa:

Porcius, feminine Porcia, masculine plural Porcii, was the name (nomen) of the gens Porcia, who apparently originated in Tusculum.

During the Roman Republic, the three branches of the gens were distinguished by the cognomina Laeca, Licinus, and Cato. The most illustrious were the Catones, especially the men known in the modern era as Cato the Elder and Cato the Younger.

During the Imperial era, the cognomina Festus, Latro, and Septimus are also found as branches of the Porcii.

"Catone" gets the cat-using Cattons/Cattens dealt with at length in a recent update. They use the fitchee cross tracing to Maghreb's Idris liners, but we want much earlier than that. The Laeca kin of the Porcius' could go to Lucca, for the Lucca surname uses a cat seated. The Lacks are listed with Letch's/Leche's that start to imply Liguria, very near Lucca.

The Lucca's/Luca's imply the Luce's that I traced to Lucius Septimius Severus (Caracalla's father), son of Publius Septimius Geta. Honestly, I didn't know until now that Septimus' were Porcius liners, and yet, until now, I was thinking that "Cato" was a "Geta" variation. That theory looks good here. There is a question of whether the Publius surname goes to "Peebles," where Scipio- / Caiaphas-suspect Shepherds trace. Both Shepherds and Lacks/Leghe's use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Arms of Agrigento.

Lacks/Leche's use a green snake, which I trace ultimately to mythical Glaucus, a Geliki-suspect line near Scylla, and, therefore, likely representing the namers of Gela.

The entire gamut of surnames brought forth in the Luce investigation can be suspect with the Laeca Romans. But we can now search for Lack-like versions too, and the Lake's/Lache's (six fitchee crosses) happen to share a thin chevron with the Chiaro's. Yes, from the Agrigento area. Lake'/Lache's are in the colors of the Latto's/Latters, which may explain the Let-using variations of the Lacks/Leche's. The Latters are important because the Porcius gens includes the Latro surname too. Latters share the Guiscard piles, important because Guiscards were way out their way in Sicily. Why? Did they have roots there, as in Cato roots?

The mythical "Lady of the Lak(e)" is coming to mind, and that was written before the Lady Coat loaded, which shows yet another Agrigento Shield-and-Chief combination. It's extremely important that the Lady Chief uses annuLETS, for it tends to prove that they are part-code for Letts. As Porcia's were from Tusculum, in the land of Latins, these are likely Latin lines. But the annulets used with the raven in the Coat of Gaetuli-suspect Gettels/Gardsons suggest Leto > Apollo out of Chora, where Latin-related Kilpatricks trace.

I've just noted that Letts are yet another surname using two outer stars with a crescent between them in their Chief. That theme traced to Agrigento lines. It is important that Letts use a version of the Annandale saltire in colors reversed, as well as the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annas', and that Annandale is in Dumfries, where Kilpatricks and Padyns were first found. It's important because "ANNUlet" is thereby revealed as part code for Annan lines too, of the Anu > Anaki kind, I suppose, important because Anchors/Annackers use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Agrigento too.

We are on the Ladon-dragon bloodline to the Biblical dragon. When Odysseus visited Tiresias in the underworld for support in his plight, he was visiting the father of Daphne, whose other fathers were Ladon and Peneus. The latter was a river beside the Ladon river, and yet it can trace to "Panias," a Pan center at mount Hermon that explains why the myth writers gave Penelope as a wife to Odysseus. Cadmus of Tyre married to mount-Hermon elements, that is, which another myth writer made Cadmus and his wife, Harmonia.

After Cadmus led to the founding of the Hatti, the myth writers gleaned that Lydus should be a son of Atti(s) because the Hatti evolved into Lydians...the proto-Latins. Gugu, king of Lydia, was made the son of a Dascylus entity, smacking of the makings of Tusculum. This, if correct, traces Porcius' to the Hatti.

Here's the ancestry of Caracalla's grandfather:

Publius Septimius Geta (fl. 2nd century, c. 110 - aft. 198)...was of Libyco-Berber origin. His ancestry had been based in Leptis Magna (southeast of Carthage, Africa, modern Libya, North Africa)...

...Geta's paternal grandparents were Marcus Septimius Aper, born c. 35, and wife Octavia....

Geta had two cousins, both brothers, sons of a Septimius, who served as Consuls under Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius. One was Gaius Septimius Severus, Consul Suffectus in July 160 and Governor of Numidia in 173-174 and then again in 177. The other was Publius Septimius Aper, who served as Consul Suffectus in July 153 and was the father of Publius Septimius Aper and grandfather of Lucius Septimius Aper...Yet another relative of his was Septimius Bassus. He might also have been related to Tertullian.

These Roman rulers in Numidia had made steady links with El-Gabal. This has got to be a least a fundamental part of Masonry's ground zero. The Aper surname is new. But look at that Septimius Bassus character, for he's of the Bassianus family, and he brings us to a Bassus family that pre-dated Caracalla's Bassianus mother. He was from "Pomponius Bassus [whose father] was probably Gaius Pomponius Bassus Terentianus (ca 155-aft. 193), who served as a suffect consul around 193 and the name of his mother is unknown...Between 212-217 [Pomponius] Bassus served as a Legatus of Inferior or Superior Moesia and there is a possibility Bassus could have served as a Roman Governor of Mysia." I still haven't found the earliest example of a Bassianus. I traced the surname to the Maezaei and Sava river at the last attempt to find its roots, and here we have a Bassus ruling Moesians.

Pomponius was contemporaneous with Julia Maesa and Julia Domna (Bassianus', sisters), but no mention of them is made in his article. If the Aper surname is from "Apis," a bull entity, Basina, the wife of Childeric (from a Quinotaur entity), may trace to this particular Bassus family. It just so happens that the first Aper-like surname I fished for, the Averys, use besants, as well as lion paws, and colors reversed from the Quint Coat, which can suggest that the mythical QUINOTaur was code for a line from Quintus Caepio. The lion's paws hold up a besant in the way a catholic priest holds up a round wafer at "Communion." This act of the Catholic church is regarded by Protestants to be one secretly in honor of a sun god, and El-Gabal was a sun god. That is likely why heraldry masters chose the gold roundel to act as a "besant."

The Every variation may signal a branch of Ivers/Evers (boar head in Crest), a branch of Annan-suspect Hanans The Ivers/Evers (NUMquam" motto term) could be using the Croce/Cross Shield because Croce's use "dum spiro" while Ivers/Evers are from DUMbarton. The Ivers/Evers are likely using the Vere Shield too as even the Aper term could have been a Fer variation. The many "per" motto terms could be code for the Aper bloodline. Pere's/Peer's/Leepers (said to be from an "apere" term) use a Blois-suspect bend in colors reversed to the Wear bend. Ivers/Evers were first found in Northumberland, at the Wear-river frontier. Pears/Perls are in Iver/Ever colors, and were first found in Vere-heavy Oxfordshire.

It just so happens that Pomponius Bassus married ANNIA Faustina, from an ANATolian family that liked Annia names. Again, I think Anatolia was named by the same mythical Anat that named Heneti. This Annia term may, therefore, be the line of Annas. As you read further on Faustina's Faustus bloodline, let it be reminded: "During the Imperial era, the cognomina FESTUS, Latro, and Septimus are also found as branches of the Porcii."

"Faustina" reminded me of the Leslie motto, "Grip fast," which in this case (if it applies) may be code for Julius Agrippa, brother of Julius Bassianus (father of Julia Maesa). There is a Jewish Faust/Fauss surname using only a fist, but it can also be construed as a grip of the hand. The Faustina family might, therefore, have named Fes/Fez in Morocco, and may then be behind the Fes/Fay / Foix/Foy / Faucet / face/Fessy bloodline. Annia Faustina goes back a few generations to: "Annia Cornificia Faustina (122/123-between 152-158) was the youngest child and only daughter to the praetor Marcus Annius Verus and Domitia Lucilla." Vere-incidence?

I'm getting sidetracked, I apologize, as I may never get to the intended topic. Verus was father to the emperor, Marcus Aurelius, after whom Caracalla was renamed. Verus (a Pharisee suspect along with Apers) was himself the son of Rupilia Faustina, daughter of Lucius Scribonius Libo Rupilius Frugi Bonus. It's a wonder whether "SCRIBonius Libo" was a line of Levite scribes, perhaps even the Biblical ones that Jesus confronted, warned and condemned. "Frugi" may suggest Phrygians. His grandmother, Scribonia Magna was a granddaughter of Lucius Scribonius Libo of BC times, a contemporary of Herod 'the great."

There is a Lebe/Lobe/Lewe/Lowe/Leu surname, first found in Bohemia, important because I'm expecting the Boii to be behind Sadducees. This surname shows, in the least, that "Libo" may have been a Levi variation. The Lebe/Lewe Coat appears to be using the lion of Leahy's/Leghe's (Tipperary), and then the latter surname is a branch of the Leys/Leghs/Lighs. The implication is that Leys and Lys' may have been Levites of the Laevi Ligurian kind. The Lys' had linked both to Caracalla and to Childeric, and Childeric traced to the Salyes Ligures while Caracalla's Severus line traced to the Salfords/Savards (wolves). I'm loaded with things to say.

The Lebe/Lewe write-up traces to "lewe = lion," which I disagree with, and yet it's very possible that Levites took on a lion symbol due to sound-alike reasons. The Jewish Levi's also use a lion. One of Obama's right-hand men is a Lew surname.

Pondering what surname "Scribonius" may have become, I could not immediately find any Scrib/Scrip-like surnames...when the Scarfs came to mind using white wolves in the colors of the Bush fleur-de-lys. The Bush fleur links closely to the fish of the Caracalla / Saraca line as it developed into the lily in the first place, suspect from Caracalla's Luce line out of Yorkshire, where Bush's, Walkers, and Scarfs were first found. English Bush's share the colors of the Salford/Savard bend, and even share boars with that surname, which indicates the Busca location beside Salyes-suspect Saluzzo, where I trace the Cutters that were from Kotor, origin of the Saraca family, and the location of the Kodros fish. Yet, Kodros (mythical king of Athens) also had a boar symbol along with his fish symbol. This line was from Keturah (Abraham's other wife), and could be expected to have attracted pagan Levites who abandoned Israel for Greece in deep BC they developed into the Laevi Ligures.

In consideration that Bush's link possibly to the Scribonius surname, it's of further interest that Dutch Bush's use an upright lion in colors reversed to the same of Lebe's/Lewe's and Leahy's/Leghe's, meaning that the Bush lion is in the colors of the upright lion of Leys/Leghs. I have been linking Salyes Ligures to Laevi Ligures for years due to many compelling connections. The Laevi predated the Scribonius Libo characters under discussion.

Scribonia was a noblewoman of the highest birth and descended from ancient, distinguished and politically influential blood...her paternal grandparents were consul of 34 BC, Lucius Scribonius Libo and his wife was a member of the gens Sulpicius...Lucius Scribonius Libo was a descendant of Pompeia Magna, from her first marriage to senator Faustus Cornelius Sulla...

As the Silly/Sully surname became suspect with the Sulla's, its notable that they were first found in Devon, beside Cornwall, where the Cornelii family is expected. The main point: as the Sulpicius family (no link provided at the article above) was related to Scribonius Libo, "SULpicius" becomes suspect in-part from "Salyes," and in-part from a "picius" entity that may be for the (wood)pecker-depicted Piceni. The woodpecker was a symbol of Mars = the Marsi, and then the Marici were on the same river as the Laevi Ligures. The Piceni are expected to have had some part with Maghreb Jews because PECHENegs were allies of Magyars.

The following is expected to link to the Cato's:

Faustus Cornelius Sulla (before 86 BC - 46 BC) was a Roman senator. Faustus was the only surviving son of the Dictator of Rome Lucius Cornelius Sulla and his fourth wife Caecilia Metella, and thus a member of one of the most ancient patrician families, the Cornelii...

Faustus married Pompeia, daughter of Pompey the Great. Faustus accompanied Pompey on his Asian campaigns, and was the first to climb over the walls of the Temple of Jerusalem when it was stormed by Pompey in 63 BC. After his return to Rome, he gave gladiatorial games to celebrate his father in 60 BC. At an unknown time before 57 BC, Faustus Sulla became augur [a Roman priest]. As moneyer in 56 BC, he issued coinage in honor of his father and his father-in-law [might this relate to money changers set up by Annas in Jerusalem?]...

After the Battle of Thapsus, [Faustus Cornelius Sulla] tried to escape to Mauretania, but was caught and killed by Publius Sittius, a supporter of Caesar, in 46 BC.

The Sittius surname caught my eye for obvious reason. I expect it to be a branch of "Cato / Gate" and leading to Seatons/Sittens. By now you should have little doubt that Roman surnames are plastered all over heraldry. Had I known this years ago, my handle on heraldry would have evolved much further. Roman surnames don't appear out of the blue; they are after some entity, and are expected by me, though not by historians, to be named after an established entity.

An historian would look painfully hard at "Sittius," seeking similar terms to explain it that also answers to some common theme of the family. If the Sittius family invented the Roman toilet, an historian might say that Sittius' were named after sitting and shitting long whiles on their esteemed invention. That's why I flush mush of what historians say to where it belongs, the skeptic tank. It would be clear to historian that Publius Sittius was named after a public outhouse. I'm exaggerating, but that's the basic idea of how Wikipedia writers, and those they quote, work when tackling derivations.

By some coincidence when seeking other Faustus-suspect surnames, Fosters came to mind while pasting the quote above to this page. To my amazement, Fosters showed a green-on-white chevron, colors reversed from the Star chevron that has three green-on-white lozenges, the only symbol of the Settle's/Settle's. Stars ("Vive" motto term) are one of the many surnames using a seated cat. It's a sejant "cat-a-mountain" tracing with Mountains to Montiver, suspect with Ivers/Evers. As the location is also "MontiVERT," it seems to mean, "green mountain," and then there's a Green Mountain Cyrene, where Jonathan the Weaver lived who traced to SHETTLE's/Shuttlewords. I hope you didn't fall off you toilet, but what a coincidence.

Both Foster surnames use hunting horns in the colors of the Traby and Weight hunting horns, suspect with the 666 bloodline that will re-invade Jerusalem again, but with a different Outcome this time, to what Faustus encountered. A very big Surprise, this time. The Star write-up uses a "paw" term, always suspect with the 666 bloodline. The Quints, suspect in the "Vive" motto term of Stars, use the lion's paw, and Fife's and Five's/Fify's use the upright lion in colors reversed to the Lebe/Lewe lion, not forgetting that Fausts/Fauss' may trace to Fes'/Feys and Foix'/Foys that link to Veys/Vivians. SITlers use the same lion as Faucets, and the latter were first found in the same place as Seatons/Sittens. Saer de Quincy is even in the Faucet write-up. it was the SEPTons/Seftons who share the checkered bend of Faucets. This is a good place to remind that the Fes/Fay bend is in the colors of the Porci/Porcini bend.

By what coincidence is it that Godfrey de Bouillon was reported as the first one to break through the walls of Jerusalem, while Fes/Fays were first found in the same place (Auvergne) as Bouillons??? In other words, it may not be true that de bouillon was the first; it might be crafted symbolism for a Bouillon trace to "Faustus Cornelius Sulla...the first to climb over the walls of the Temple of Jerusalem when it was stormed by Pompey in 63 BC."

Like the Fes/Fay surname, the Foss' use a red fox. The latter were first found in Somerset, beside the Sillys/Sully of Devon. Dutch Foss' share three red-on-white bends (Hector symbol too) with Polish-looking Kos'/Kosics. The all-seeing eye in the Star chevron is now decipherable as the eye in the Watt and Vatt Coats, for the Fast surname unexpectedly gets the WITHipoole's, suspect with Witkowo Pole's. This is very good because Traby-suspect Fosters were first found in Northumberland (Siward territory), and are in the colors of the Wears suspect from dukes of Masovia.

Fosters are shown as "Forest," suggesting the Forez/Fore surname (likewise use green) with a Forest variation and a Traby-suspect "travers' motto term. The "forward" motto term of Seatons is coming to mind.

Sittius was in north Africa, but why? "Publius Sittius is mentioned by Caesar in his history of the civil war in Africa (Af. Chs. 25, 36, 48, 93, 95 & 96). It is not clear from this text how Sittius came to be in Africa or why he had allied himself with Caesar and not Caecilius Scipio. His first recorded action (Ch. 25) in the history joins forces with King Bogus of Mauritanea (or Bocchus II), attacking and forcing the surrender of Cirta the richest town within the Kingdom of King Juba I, an enemy of Caesar who had already begun to send his army to support Scipio..." We shouldn't assume that Sittius was unrelated by blood to the Massena line at Cirta, for, often, kin attack kin just because they are kin i.e. threats to their own power schemes.

It's Cirte-conspicuous that besants are used by Cours/Courts of Brittany, for Alans of Brittany were strong allies of Massey liners. Then, the Courts/Coverts look like they could be using a version of the Seed/Cedes'/Seates Coat, which itself has besants. It may be meaningful that the latter surname has over half their variations ending in 's', like "Sittius." Saddle's/Sadlers use the Massin/Mason lion.

By some fluke or Providence, I recalled the Scrivers after writing the paragraph above, which has a trace to "a writer to the court." That surname was recalled in conjunction with the idea that Write's and Wrights, and therefore the Wheelwrights of Mieszko's ancestry, from scribe's > Scribonius'. Scrivers use the upright Levi lion, important because Scribonius' came as one package with Limbo's.

Scrivers were from Scriven of Yorkshire, where the Meschin-Scipio family lived. The latter lived in CRAVEN, a term much like "SCRIVEN," and then I trace Cravens to Croatians while Croatia covers Servitium that is in code with the "Servire' motto term of Saddle's/Sadlers. It's very apparent that the latter trace to Maezaei in proto-Croatia. As Cravens (trace to Actons in Axton of Kent, general area of Massins/Masons) use fitchee crosses while fitchee-using Caepio's are suspect from Servitium, one would think that Scribonius', if indeed they are tracing to this area with Cravens, should prove to be Levites / Sadducees of Servitium. Scrivers look like they're using the drop-Shield of Traby-suspect Drops/Trope's. Wheelwrights are now very suspect as play-on-words with "Scribonius."

English Write's/Wrights, first found in the same place (Berwickshire) as Stewart-obvious Scottish Write's/Wrights, are said to be from Blakenhall...of Lanarkshire (Stewart domain), where Blackwood is located that is tentatively being traced with Blake's and related Blacks to the Flaccus bloodline. Note that Scottish Write's/Wrights use, not a wheel, but a feather-pen, apparently, suggesting that the Traby ostrich feathers are code for writing pens. That just feels right to me. If correct, the ostrich in the Blackwood-related Carrick Crest is another symbol of the Scribonius bloodline.

AHA! The English Write's/Wrights use two fesse bars, symbol also of Flacks/Flacks, suggesting the expectation of finding Flaccus lines merged with Scribonius-Libo lines. Flacks were even first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Scribonius-suspect Drops/Trope's (and Cours/Coverts). Drops/Trope's use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Agrigento, important because Blake's-et-al and Carricks both trace there. I've tended to identify Cravens and Actons with Coverts/Cofferts, but can now add that the latter look to be using the Coat of Crocs/Croke's, who likewise trace to Agrigento. As Fulke's were likewise first found in Norfolk, Flaccus lines ought to trace the Fulks, who use the same-colored checks as Stewarts.

I know what this is. It's the Alans of Dol from Doly at the Trypillian theater, and the latter working their way to Traby, where Alan-related Pollocks are suspect. It's the Mieszko Pole's, the brunt of Masonry that sits all day on the toilet thinking up new symbols by which to disguise it's very fat donkey.

It was in the 1st update of this month that I learned: "the feather in the Skugal/Scoot Crest is called, a 'writing pen'" It was that update that helped to find Siward lines from Mieszko's.

Skugals/Scoots are highly suspect as Sadducee liners, and may even be using a version of the Saddock Coat, as I think Sewers/Shuters are using. Swedish Sewers are the ones with a white rose on a stem. Previous to finding it recently, I emphasized roses on stems as a peculiar symbol. That idea started with the roses on stems of Schere's/SCHERFs and Walkers, found months before coming across Scarfs, first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Walkers. In this update, it was not only suggested for the first time that Scarfs are a Scribonius line, but it was found shortly afterward that Scarf-like Scrivers were from Yorkshire. Therefore, I think it's safe to conclude that the two president Bush's were Scribonius' on their Scherf sides (Bush Sr. was born George Herbert Scherff, name later changed to "Scherf").

In consideration of Skull and Bones, I was wondering whether Bone's were from "ScriBONius." I decided it was too stretchy...until finding the following: "Scribonia married Marcus Licinius Crassus Frugi..." Looking up the Crass surname, it not only showed as "Crassus," but was using a version of the Bone/Bohun Coat (suggesting a possible trace of Scribonius' to Bononia). I therefore read her entire article carefully, to find:

Son, Marcus Licinius Crassus Frugi II...With Sulpicia Praetextata, Frugi also had three sons: Lucius Scribonius Libo Rupilius Frugi BONUS...

It creates a problem, of whether "Scribonius" were in the first place a play on "Bonus," or whether "Bonus" was an outcropping from "Scribonius." French Bone's use two outer stars and a crescent between them in their Chief, a symbol I'm tracing to Agrigento lines. As they were first found in Provence, perhaps the Grasse location of that area is from "Crassus." Apparently, Crassus' were Clauds: "The earliest Claudii bore the surname Sabinus, a common surname usually referring to a Sabine, or someone of Sabine descent, which according to all tradition, the Claudii were. This cognomen was first adopted by Appius Claudius, the founder of the gens, and was retained by his descendants, until it was replaced by Crassus."

It just so happens that emperor Claudius married a Messalina/Messalla surname that should trace to Musselburgh in Lothian, a couple of miles from the turf of Faucets who use the same lion (same colors) as French Grass', first found in Provence. Provence is the location of the Durance river of the Salyes, and while Bush's trace to Salyes, note that Bonus was a son of SULpicia. As Bush's linked closely to Massey liners, it's important that the Arms of Grasse connects to the LaMas surname, for which reason there is connection to DuMas'. That explains why the Sabina/Savard Coat is a reflection of the Dumas Coat, and why Bush's link to Salfords/Savards. It also explains why Sabina's/Savards and Clauds share the same basic Coat, and why Clauds and Dumas' were both first found in the same place (Languedoc).

Grasse does not, apparently, trace to the Gratus surname of the Roman governor of Judea, but to the Claudian > Crassus line...unless "Gratus" was a Crassus variation. One can see why this besant-using line should go to Basina, mother of Chlodewig. Claudius' also had a Clodius branch. The Clode surname is listed with McLeods/Clouds using a "FAST" motto term.

The Scoots/Skugals, who are the ones with the "writing pen," were first found in the same place (East Lothian) as Musselburgh. That is a very good fit with their trace to "Scribonius," for the above makes it very likely that Scribonius' / Bonus' trace with their Crassus' merger to a Claudius-Messalla merger. Mussels share the black wolf with Salfords/Savards, while Scoots/Skugals and Palmers both use black greyhounds.

In recent months, Annas was traced to the Marici, suspect in Mark surnames. It was a trace that involved the Varni and Angles. It may have to do with Marcus Annius Verus, brother of Marcus Annius Libo, sons of Lucius Scribonius Libo Rupilius Frugi Bonus. The Frugi term may trace to mythical Frigg and Frey, important because the Freie and Frey/Free surnames are suspect with Pharisees. Don't we think that "Frugi" could have been a Pharisee term if Scribonius and Libo were Levi lines? But to then find the Marici-Annius combination to boot is very suspicious. On top of that, there is a Verus surname involved that has been traced to Pharisees as a standard principal of mine, and, as I've repeated, the Annas Coat is using what could be the "Vere star."

On top of that, Ribble's and Ripple's/Ripleys were both first found in Yorkshire, and they smack of "Rupilius." The Bush's had traced to Bousson off the Riparia river. The Ribble is suspect with the Rubble code by HANNA-Barbera. There are quite a few coincidences taking place here.

As the Viu valley is beside the Riparia, what about a trace to "Pius"? "Verus' sister Faustina the Elder was a Roman Empress and married the Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius." Verus' ancestry was from Hispania Baetica; I don't know how that latter term should be defined.

Palmers, first found in Yorkshire too, are brought up for using a version of the Flack Coat. Fletchers/Flagers (in Flack colors), suspect in the past with Felix's, were first found in Yorkshire too, at a Hutton location to be exact. Huttons use a bend in Bush-bend colors. With this potential trace of Flacks to Scriven, suspect with Levites / Sadducees, let's go to the Flaccus topic:

[Porcius Cato] came of an ancient Plebeian [commoner, not entitled to elite-hood] family who all were noted for some military service but not for the discharge of the higher civil offices...But, having attracted the notice of Lucius Valerius Flaccus, he was brought to Rome, and successively held the offices of Cursus Honorum: Military tribune (214 BC), Quaestor (204 BC), Aedile (199 BC), Praetor (198 BC), in which capacity he expelled the usurers from Sardinia, Consul (195 BC) together with his old patron, and finally Censor (184 BC)... ...In the surrounding area of Cato's Sabine farm were the lands of Lucius Valerius Flaccus, a young nobleman of significant influence, and high patrician family. Flaccus could not help remarking the energy of Cato, his military talent, his eloquence, his frugal and simple life, and his traditional principles...

My only point is the nearness of the two men, and the date of Cato's rise, in time to provide Sadducees proper. I'm not saying that he definitely supplied Sadducees, but that I want to look into whether he did. It was Flaccus who inspired Cato into becoming a politician too. Cato's destiny was the Mediterranean: "In 205 BC, Cato was appointed Quaestor, and in the next year (204 BC) he entered upon the duties of his place of work, following Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus Major to Sicily. When Scipio, after much opposition, obtained from the senate permission to transport armed forces from Sicily to Africa, Cato and Gaius Laelius were appointed to escort the baggage ships." I'm not sure what that job entails, but I am asking why he was appointed to the job. Wikipedia says that it was to act as a spy on Scipio's activities. The two eventually came to butt heads. (A couple of updates ago, I said that Cato was extravagant. My mistake, I had only skimmed the article. It was Scipio who was the extravagant one.)

A half-dozen years later, he was made the captain of a military unit in Sardinia. Later yet, he "set sail for his appointed province, Hispania Citerior," at, and on both sides of, the mouth of the Ebros river. The problem is, the writer of the article heaps praise on Cato at every opportunity; I can't trust it. He's the perfect man, but I've yet to read what his wife thought of him. We then read that Cato was an excellent destroyer too. He's perfect, just perfect. "When he had reduced the whole area of land between the River Iberus and the Pyrenees to a hollow, resentful, and temporary obedience, he turned his attention to administrative reforms, and increased the revenues of the province by improvements in the working of the iron and silver mines."

The ancestry of Marcus Annius Verus was further down the Spanish Coast from Cato's jurisdiction. I don't know whether it relates, but I am curious.

Let's assume that Cato came to some knowledge of gold and silver stashes. He may have found them when tearing apart many towns during his scourge. He was grandfather to Marcus Porcius Cato, who in-turn happened to marry the wife of the son of Quintus Caepio, the latter being the one who found the gold bars. Or, did he? That is, did he find them? Or was he told where they were, by one Mr. Cato?

Just before he turned 40, he was made co-Consul with Flaccus (195BC). The latter's ancestor by the same name had been Consul 66 years earlier (261 BC); he was the one engaging Sicily in war. It may be hasty, but I'm wondering why Meschins, Samsons, and Flacks all use the same-colored scallops. Were there Flaccus' in Sicily at this time merged with proto-Meschins, and, then, centuries later, the family engaged in partnership with proto-Samson Saracens? Was this proto-Meschin-Flaccus merger with the king Massena line that founded Maccabees. Was this how Cato's family founded Sadducees amidst the Maccabees? Did the namers of the Baetica area of Spain, where Annius Verus' family lived, supply the Sadducee house of Boethus? Were Pharisees named after "Verus"? Or am I nuts? Carthaginians had control over some parts of Spain so that "Annius" may have been of the same vein that named Hannibal.

Why does the Flaccus article begin with: "The patrician Flaccus became a friend, political patron, and ally of the young plebeian soldier Marcus Porcius Cato, later called Cato the Elder, during the earlier years of the Second Punic War. Flaccus is possibly the Valerius Flaccus who was a military tribune in 212 BC, serving under the consuls who captured Hanno's camp at Beneventum."

"Mago, in a cavalry ambush of Publius Cornelius Scipio, killed 2,000 Romans near Akra Leuke in 214 BC, and also aided in keeping the Hispanic tribes loyal to Carthage." That Carthage-Spain partnership could set up a few Hannibal-related families, and then the ambush above was in the area of Baetica. Cato was a young man in Capua in 214.

In 211, there had been a Carthaginian victory in the Battle of the Upper Baetis, which now indicates that Baetica was named after the Baetis river. "The Phoenicians named the river Baits, later Betis (or Baetis) from pre-Roman times..." Everything is on the table.

King Massena betrayed Carthage after his part in a loss to Scipio Africanus in Spain, at the battle of Ilipa (206 BC). Massena was overseen by Mago Barca (Hannibal's nephew), and then Caiaphas-suspect Josephs, who trace to Agrigento by one "charo" motto term, use a "mago" motto term too. It could support the theory that he and Annas were from Carthaginians or Numidians. Everything is on the table...except the derivations of historians, who trace "Massena" to the definition: "Lord."

The Victor of Ilipa, "Scipio returned to Rome. He was elected consul of 205 BC with a unanimous nomination, and with the Scipiones and their allies now in power, he would have the control of Sicily as proconsul, from where his invasion of the Carthaginian homeland would be realized." Was this Mr. Proto-Skipton? Did he have a son or daughter marry a Mr. Proto-Meschin? Scipio was seeking at that time to win over the Numidians. I wonder what he offered Massena? Wikipedia puts it this way: "Masinissa concluded that Rome was winning the war against Carthage and therefore decided to defect to Rome. He promised to assist Scipio in the invasion of Carthaginian territory in Africa." Perhaps it wasn't quite like that. Perhaps Scipio offered him an offer he couldn't resist. Massena's father (Gala), the Numidian king, died just then in 206, so that Massena was able to make his own choices freely. I wonder what Massena's wife-to-be (Sophonisba) thought of this decision? Well, she left him and married his Numidian enemy vying for the throne of all Numidia.

Ah, "This decision [of Massena/Massinissa] was aided by the move by Scipio Africanus to free Masinissa's nephew, Massiva..." Massena also needed the Romans to help his bid for the throne against his Numidian enemy (Syphax), and Scipio went so far as to invade the enemy in 204-203, installing Massena as the Numidian king. We can imagine some warm feelings between Scipio and Massena here. Massena then took Sophonisba as wife. Sophonisba was suicidal, wasn't she, at this point?

I didn't know until now, if Wikipedia is correct, that Sophonisba was not yet married to Massena when she left him for his pro-Carthage enemy. The way I'm reading this now, she and Massena had no children, for according to Wikipedia she killed herself as his newly-wed wife in 203 BC. I'm new to these topics.

I thought, what's going to happen to my theory now, the theory wherein Caiaphas may have been from Sophonisba? If she was childless, that couldn't have happened. That's when I asked whether Caiaphas may have been from her son with Massena's enemy...which is when it was recalled that "SYPHAX," smacks of "CAIAPHAS." I recall mentioning this once in passing, but, in all the time (more recently) where it was being suggesting that Caiaphas may have been from a variation of "Sophon," I had forgotten Syphax completely. A memory-loss problem has crept in because the brain is rebelling against me for thinking so hard. It's my brain's defence mechanism, to toss data out the back door as I bring it in the front.

It occurs to me that "SOPH" and "SYPH" are similar terms. Do you think this could be it? Do you think there were some Caiaphas-like names in the sons of Syphax with Sophonisba? Did they become the Caepio's? I feel at a complete loss to prove this. I have little to add to it until something crops up. Shouldn't there be some surname in honor of Syphax if he was celebrated by satanists as the patriarch of Caiaphas?

There's a surname coming up as "Spake / Speck / Speak / Spoke / Spock / Spick," in Chappes colors and using a porcuPINE in Crest. It reminds me a Star Trek movie wherein Spock killed God.The Enterprise had sailed into a zone with a nutty being that was represented as God. He had to be done away with, and pointed-ears Spock did the killing.

There is a Spas/Spice Coat using what looks like the Quick/Quigg Coat (suspect with the Capone Coat), for both surnames were first found in Devon. The Spas/Spice crest is a fireball, symbol of the English Balls/Balders; the latter use a "Fulcrum" motto term while Crums/Croms use the Cato-suspect seated cat. Scottish Crums use a "Fear" motto term. Space's/Speccots use a bend in colors reversed to the Porci/Porcini bend.

The Koffax/Coffax surname comes to mind, but nothing comes up at houseofnames. The Chappes' surname, along with its Moor heads, could suggest a direct line to Syphax. However, Numidians may or may not have qualified as Moors. Scottish Chappes'/Cheaps' use EARS of wheat, while Saddocks use EARS of rye, suggesting an ear theme for the line of Israeli priesthood. Perhaps the Illuminatists knew of this theme and gave special ears to Spock as an insider code. Spock's main "attribute" was logic and reason, the very theme of the so-called ENLIGHTENMENT movement seeking to destroy God in the Western world by appealing to reason, not faith, and by appealing to man's resources, not trust in God. It went hand-in-hand with evolution, the overthrow of fear of God for all who chose Godless or sinful journeys. Obama is a modern Spock. He's demented because he has started a secret war on Christians, as though Christians are somehow a threat.

It's interesting that COFFerts were first found in the same place as Saddocks and Rye's. Wheats/Wete's/Whate's (probably from Watts / Vatts / Fasts/Withipools and possibly Weights), in Coffer / Caffey colors (trace to southern Italy), were first found in the same place as Chads and Chats/Catts, the latter being Gaetuli (= Numidians) suspects but also Sadducee suspects. The Wheat stag could trace to the same as Hanna's-et-al, and then Wheats even share the gold garb with Chappes'/Cheaps' and the Josephs with the "mago" term. As the latter term is suspect with "Maghreb," it could be that Mago Barca was named after Maghreb Jews, and that he started a Jewish group in Spain that gave birth to the Annius family. It's very compelling because I've been expecting Annas ancestry in Hannibal's family for months, even years.

It was Cato who had control of the Ebro river, where I had traced Sepharvites and Joktanites as per the founding of Spain's Sephardic Jews. This is why it's more important than ever to trace Cato's to Gaetuli Numidians, and, if possible, to prove that Syphax was a Gaetuli Numidian. Reminder: Gate's and Cattons/Cattens share split Shields in the red-and-blue colors, the colors also of Felix'. A Felix of Judea was married to a Numidian-Massena liner (Drusilla), but this was a little after Jesus, and therefore after the Flaccus' mentioned above (Flaccus' could have developed in Felix'). Should we expect that the Marcus Annius Verus line out of Spain merged with the Flaccus' and Massena's so as to explain why Vere's were in close cahoots with both Fulks and Masseys?

Wheats / Coffers are in the two colors of the Joseph chevrons. The Wheat Crest: "A gold stag's head erased with three ears of wheat in its mouth." Chappes/Cheaps' (the other ones with ears of wheat) even share a "virtus" motto term with Eyers/Ayers and Chapmans. Eyers/Ayers even look like they are using a version of the Weight Coat, and because the latter use black hunting horns with gold stripes, the same that's in the Arms of Traby, it's probably not coincidental that Eyers/Ayers were first found in Traby-like Derbyshire. The Eyers/Ayers Coat not only shares white quatrefoils with Crums/Croms (who look like they are using the Chat/Catt cat), but they looks like a version of one Shaw Coat, important where the latter trace both to Chives' out of Chivasso, and to Shawia Aures in Algeria.

The Weights even use an "aris" motto term that may trace with "AYRshire" to "Aures." The Weight motto is identical to the Heslington motto, both using "focis" for what could represent Phocaeans at Massilia, a term smacking of Massena's country, Massylii. This is virtually the same term as Messalina / Messalla, which traces to East Lothian, home of Gate-related Seatons. Heslingtons were first found in the same place as Cofferts and Saddocks.

Massena should therefore prove to be at least part Ligurian, part Phocaean. As the Marsi > Marici must have re-named Massilia (to Marseilles), it tends to identify lake FUCINO (where Marsi lived) as a PHOCAEAN term, in which case Fussen of Bavaria can be identified with Phocaeans, and indeed Fussen is on a Leck river (i.e. evidence of Ligurians). Fossano in Cuneo should apply, though these terms reflect the Foss' / Fosters / Fausts / Fasts / Fes' / Fessys / Faucets, all suspect from the Faustus line that was engaged by the family of Marcus Annius Verus and the scribe-suspect Scribonius-Libo family. Fossano is very near Busca, important where Bush's and Scherfs together traced to Scribonius. It's the Faucets who lived a couple of miles from Musselburgh, but the larger area (named after a "Hadd" entity) around Musselburgh was home also to stag-using Keaths/Keths (suspect with Chats/Catts/Ketts), a branch of Marsi-suspect Marshalls.

I suppose that Marici could be classified as Ligurians, but the big point is how the Marici co-founded Ticinum with the Laevi. It can trace Laevi to Massena's and Syphax's countrymen, of obvious importance where Syphax is suspect as a Caiaphas patriarch. Syphax concluded an alliance with Hasdrubal, Hannibal's brother, and ZOWIE, while loading the HASdrubal page just now, "HESlington" came to mind, but when it had loaded, there was Hasdrubal with a head band just like head band on the white-skinned Moor or Saracen in the Heslington Crest!!! I've saved this image of Hasdrubal (on one of his coins), in case it disappears:

It means that Hazels and House's, as well as Dusseledorf, trace to Hasdrubal! AND ZIKERS, it's the Seatons who use "HAZard" in their motto, a term that was considered a double code, one for a Has entity having to do with HASmonean!!! I'm ecstatic, for as I awoke this morning, leaving off last night with the Syphax = Caiaphas question, I had no idea how to prove it. It seems that all of the chief priests of Israel in the time leading up to Jesus were from Carthaginians and Numidians. And this now traces Seatons to the Gaetuli theater while making Hasdrubal suspect as a Gaetuli (for new readers , see the gates in the Yate Coat as per the "yet" motto term of Seatons.)

I've just noted that a coin of Syphax shows him with a head band, suggesting that the heraldic "Saracen's head" is false, a code in reality for Carthaginians / Numidians.

Syphax' countrymen were, Masaesyli, suggesting the line to Julia Maesa (400 years later) because Julia is expected from Drusilla (of Massena). Scottish More's/Muirs/Moors (AYRshire!), for example, use a "Saracen's head," the same one exactly as per the Heslington Crest. Expect a few changes at houseofnames so that some of the things said here today will not jibe with what is shown in future Coats.

The "non" motto term of More's/Muirs was even traced with Nevins to Sophonisba's Numidians, and here I find that her children should have been with Syphax, not Massena. The Navy's/Neve's are the one's using the Caffery/Affreys (and Craig) horse-and-rider, a surname suspect with "Aures/Awraba" but also with Coffers / Caffeys. The latter, in Caffery colors, use both "non" and "sed," and were first found in Cork, which the MusKERRY area where MacCARTHy's were from who smack of "Carthage." It's also where HasMONean-suspect Desmonds / DeMon's were from who use a "Crom aboo" motto in-part for Croms/Crums.

It's all making sense, but add Massa-Carrara to that topic, beside Lucca, for that place smacks of "Muskerry." And note that Massars/Massai's, first found in Lucca, are showing what I call the round-tailed lion, in gold, just like the Gate lions.

I now have the problem of having to differentiate between Massena lines and the Masaesyli countryman of Syphax. It could certainly mean that Maccabees were named after the Masaesyli. However, Cilnius Maecenas sounds like he should trace to "Massena." Plus, German KELNers use a key as likely code for key-using Sheaves/Chiapponi's, a branch of Chives'/Shive's using the Keele/Kill Shield, suggesting rather strongly that the Caiaphas line out of Chivasso should link to Maecenas and his CILNius ancestry.

It was Antonius Felix of Judea who had ancestry in Arcadia, where mount Cyllene is located (where i trace "Cilnius"), and this may trace Felix lines to Modane on the Arc river. In Drusilla's article: "Drusilla was named in honor of the Roman Empress Livia Drusilla or her late son the Roman General Nero Claudius Drusus." That was the father of emperor Claudius, which should explain why the emperor married a Messalina surname.

The article goes on with something I had not noted before: "Drusilla was most probably born in Caesarea, the capital of the Kingdom of Mauretania (modern Cherchell, Algeria) in the Roman Empire in 5 CE and she was most probably raised there." That smacks of the "Cherches' motto term of Sawyers. The captain of the Starship Enterprise, played by William SHATner (Shatners show a Chatbolt variation), was "Kirk." Churchills, using yet another thin bend, show the motto, "Fiel pero disdiCHATO." It was the Masaesyli who lived in Algeria, and therefore likely in Cherchell and Tipaza; however, Massena's Numidians took over that part of Numidia after the capture of Syphax.

When I investigated Star Trek themes, "trek" was traced to a Terek river in Caucasia, where there was a Hun location using "Stephen/Stephan" (I can't recall the spelling), important because the creator of Star Trek, Gene Roddenbury, has a surname first found in the same place (Northumberland), and using the same-colored bend, as Stephensons. I had figured that the Star surname applied to.

Kirks use a crozier, the Sword sword, and the Shield format of Annas' now suspect with the "Annius" of Marcus Annius Verus. The Kirk chief shows yet another blue thistle...which was just traced, for the first time, to Audeville's PithiVIERS location, and then Aude's use the Sword swords too. I think that's a match, and it's tracing the Annas bloodline, now suspect from Caesarea of Mauritania, to Pithiviers. Let me remind that Caesarea in Cappadocia was earlier called, Mazaca, origin of the Meshwesh, and therefore likely of Massena and company. It might just be that "Syphax" was a Cappa-like term at one time in honor of Cappadocians. Cappadocia was home to the priesthood of Glaphyra Archelaus, who had married Juba II, the husband also of the Drusilla above.

By the way, Wikipedia doesn't have consistency. In the article on Felix, his wife is Drusilla the elder, but in the article on Drusilla the younger (niece of the elder), she's Felix' wife. This latter Drusilla married Sohaemus, priest-king of Emesa. Felix second wife, Drusilla of the Herods, had divorced Gaius Julius Azizus, priest-king of Emesa.

I trace "Azizus" to "Assisi," in Umbria, wherefore see the following, wherein Hasdrubal (son of Hamilcar Barca) finds his way with his army to Italy, through the same Alpine path taken earlier by Hannibal (on the Orco river, in my opinion, that goes to Chivasso): "It was not until Hasdrubal sent messengers to Hannibal that decisive measures were taken. Hasdrubal wished to meet with his brother in South Umbria. However, this was not to be." By the way, where Wikipedia says that Syphax formed an alliance with Hasdrubal, the other Hasdrubal is meant, and yet the link on that name goes to Hasdrubal the Barcid. The other Hasdrubal, called "Gisco," was father to Sophonisba.

See "Albertville" in the last update on Wikipedia's details for Hannibal's root to Italy. He was at Albertville on the Isere river, the sources of which were at the Alps directly over the Orco river. By what coincidence do I have need to tracing "Syphax" to "Chivasso," while Chivasso is at the mouth of the Orco? By what coincidence was Hannibal at Chambery before arriving to Albertville, while Chambery is near the mouth of the Ark, the river that Modane sits upon. It's Hasdrubal of Barca himself that has become suspect with the formation of Hasmoneans (to be slightly differentiated with Maccabees from Maecenas), and here he was crossing near to Modane while Hasmoneans of Israel were in Modi-in.

It's interesting that Modi-in is near Timnah, where Samson had spent time with his "wife," and then certain Saracens by the name of Timnah and Samsam joined the Sinclairs in a war for Sicily. These Saracens (perhaps just a generic term) can now be suspect as Carthaginians / Numidians. If correct, they trace to Saraca's, Caracalla, Carricks, and therefore to proto-Craigs at Akragas = Agrigento. And that's where I expect the Flaccus bloodline that's probably in the buried "flag" term of the Samson motto. There's no doubt, anyway, that the flag term is for the Flags/Flacks.

Again, Palmers/Parmers use a version of the Flag/Flack Coat while palm trees are shared by Palms and Carthaginian-suspect Carts.

I realize that I'm supposed to be researching Flaccus in this section, but I've been sidetracked, and how happy I am for it. I was just looking at the coin of Syphax again, and noting for the fourth or fifth time how he looks very much like a man I knew. On this last occasion, I was wondering what connection that man's surname, "Kepke," could have. The first thing considered was whether Syphax might link to the Keeps (weaver's shuttle), for that Kepke fellow has come to mind repeatedly when I'm on the Keep topic. Immediately after that thought, it was noted how "SYPHAX" is like "Kepke." Is that not amazing?

Moreover, this Kepke fellow was of Ukrainian background, and Kiev (where I've traced Keeps) is in the Ukraine. I tend to see Cheevers as part of the namers of Kiev, which now reminds me that I first found Agrigento when an emailer sent something in on a surname, something like "Capra," from a goat theme, whom were either first found in Agrigento. or else I found them merged with Mosco elements of Agrigento. I have forgotten the details. Cheevers use the goat design of Italian Capra's (Piedmont), and should therefore prove to be part of the Chives/Shives bloodline (suspect with the Montechiaro-Mosca marriage). Interestingly, Walsers from Sion/Sitten use that goat design too.

I've found the surname, Cabrera, first found in Aragona, in Agrigento (it's a topic in the 2nd update of last February). They lived at Mazzarelli, like the Masciarelli / Mascarelli variations of the Piedmont Masci's. Aside from the Massar/Massai surname, there is a Mazzar surname, first found in Sicily.

I'm sure that it was a long road between Syphax and Kepke's of the Ukraine, if a link did exist, but it's a link that may have been reality where Syphax elements became part of the Varni > Varangians to Kiev. And this may explain why it seemed to me that the Arms of L'viv were a take from the Arms of Jerusalem. Perhaps I was placed in the life of this Kepke fellow for the reason of tracing Syphax to the Varni. as I feel that my life's calling was much for this dragon hunt, I have come to believe that many situations in my life were conducive for writing on these topics, showing how important this revelation / exposure is to God.

Compare "Syphax" with the SEPTon/Saxon or Septon/Sefton surnames, for Septimius Severus is from a Geta family in North Africa. We saw earlier in this update that Saxony's Arms linked to Garins/Guerins. Saxons did come out of the body of Varni and Angle's, and this recalls my trace of Annas lines, via the Marici, to the Angle's, weeks before finding Marcus Annius Verus in this update. The Angle's were traced to Angitia, snake cult of the Marsi.

The Septon/Sefton Coat shares the same spread eagle, in the same large size, as in the Kelner Coat. Although many surnames use this design, both surnames were first found in the same place (Lancashire). While a Henry Joseph of Hampshire reportedly founded the Joseph surname, first found in Hampshire, Irish Henrys use the same eagle, in the green color of the Septon/Sefton eagle (and Seaton dragon). Henrys were thus suspect as Caiaphas liners, but a further point here is that they may be tracing, via Septons/Seftons, to Syphax. It may even be that "Sefton" modified to "Seaton." The Septons/Seftons are the ones sharing a checkered bend with Faucets, first found in the same place as Seatons.

Note how "SYphax" may have developed into the Say location of Seatons, and into the Safers using more eagles. This recalls my trace of Avvites and Sepharvites to Sophonisba. Walsers and Seatons both share Sion/Sitten in common, as do Walsh's who share a "sed" motto term with Caffeys/Coffers.

My problem is, a trace of "Seaton" to Sefton" and then further back to "Syphax" does not seem to allow a direct trace of "Seaton" to the namers (suspect as Cato's) of "Sadducee." However, as we can see, Caiaphas appears to be all over this, and he was a Sadducee. Perhaps Cato's > Gate's > Seatons/Satans/Satins came first, followed by a Sefton branch of Seatons named after some other Syphax elements. Just found: "Satin" gets the Suttons using a lion (two tails) in the two colors of the Septon/Sefton eagle! There is a blue (winged) lion in the Satin/Sutton Crest that could be the Caepio / Cappeo lion.

As "SYPH" is to be understood as "SIPH," consider Septon-like "Shipton/Shepton," albeit I trace them to Skiptons and therefore to Scipio's. Was Syphax a Scipio liner? Or was I wrong in tracing Shiptons (Oxfordshire) to Skiptons? Should Shepherds trace to Syphax? Shapleys use scallops in the colors of the Septon eagle, and a chevron with three gold symbols in the colors of the same of the Stars, important because the latter are a branch of Settle's while Shettle's share the weaver's shuttle with Keeps. This may be revealing that Jonathan the Weaver traces back to Syphax, or that he traces to the same Jewish stock that provided Syphax. The "Vive" motto term of Stars may even be for "Weaver," and by the way, I have, for years, lumped Weavers / Webers in with Cheevers and therefore with the namers of Kiev. Yet, "Vive" may be code for L'viv," suggesting that Weaver liners named L'viv instead.

Imagine if Syphax liners named Kiev and then co-founded Moscow.

Now that Syphax' can be tracing heavily to Agrigento for a multitude of reasons, it should be added that the Star Terek crew, so to speak, were suspect with the drake surname, which traces to the Drago rover at Agrigento. This makes Syphax liners suspect also with the Huns at the Terek theater, as they evolved there into the Khazars. I've just found what could be my earliest mention of Terek the 4th update of August, 2012. There's a whack of material starting there of the Star Terek topic, including this:

Zowie more. I wasn't going to mention the Stettons and Stattons that were earlier suspect with "Ossetia," until finding the red diamonds/lozenges of the German Cochs, for they are used also by Stattons! A Stevenage location smacking of a Stephantsminda location (more on that later below) off the Terek river was also, "STITHENaece."

It sure looks like it may have been a Seaton/Sitten line. Stephantsminda is the Stephen-like location that I wasn't able to recall the spelling of, which was involved in convincing me toward a Star-Trek trace to "Terek." There are Masonic bozos in our world who play children's games with their sacred ancestry in less than nothing, in families they are too ashamed to tell us about. Why do they hide their ancestry if it was so glorious? Or, why do they honor their ancestry if they are too ashamed to tell us about it? That's why they are bozo's. Unfortunately, they have the money bags of the world, and power to do us harm if we call them bozo's. They are not man enough to allow us to have our say. They must control all things, if possible, like children forming gangs around a gang leader. The leader is the mother of all clowns, and will tell you that you don't rate because he thinks very highly of himself. He becomes angry if he can't control his gang, and it's Christians who will not heed to him. That's the coming problem.

I haven't yet searched for Flaccus or Cato material other than what's at Wikipedia. I aim to do that soon. For this week, I'm done. Stay tuned; we will be going where no man has gone before.


On this page, you will find evidence enough that NASA did not put men on the moon.
Starting at this paragraph, there is a single piece of evidence
-- the almost-invisible dot that no one on the outside was supposed to find --
that is enough in itself to prove the hoax.
End-times false signs and wonders may have to do with staged productions like the lunar landing.

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