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All right, so, thanks to the "leaves" on the red rose of the Basses Crest, the Leaves/Leaf/Leve surname (Cutter colors) is suspect with Mr. Laevillus, husband of Julia Bassus Quadratus. And the Basses red rose can even be the red rose with leaves in the Avezzano Coat. Why is there a dove in the Leaves Crest? Isn't that the Cuppae line to Caiaphas? Should we expect Caepio's line in Bassus ancestry? Yes.

For those tuning into this update without reading the last, I won't repeat much of what was said, and will assume that you'll read it if you're interested in making things more comprehensible here without explanation.

The Leaves were first found in Norfolk again, where Folks/Fulke's were first found. At the webpage of Julia Iotapa, mother of Berenicianus (it should be against the law to have names so hard to pronounce), there's a book in the bibliography, ""Plantagenet Descents From Ancient Judea." I wonder what that is. Plantagenets were Fulks, and then the Tecto peoples ruled by Bassus family were part of the VOLCae: "The Tectosagii were a sept of the Volcae who moved through Macedonia into Asia Minor c. 270 BC [just in time to form Maccabees]. Strabo says the Tectosagii came originally from the region near modern Toulouse, in France." Toulouse is where Quintus Caepio found and stole 50,000 gold bars according to his Wikipedia article. Amazing. It allows the grub to be correct in linking the Bassus' to Caepio. I wonder whether the grub knows where the gold is right now. Is there any way to torture a grub into talking?

I assume that Tectosages were still in Galatia when Paul arrived. I view the Galatians as a part of the Galli priests of the Kybele / Dionysus cult having moved out of Anatolia to form Gauls in France. Some of them came back, as Galatians, to where they had lived before. The Celts were as related to Gauls as the Khaldi of the Pontus were related to the Galli of Phrygia. The Pilate pheon is in use in the Celt/Colt surname, and Mr. Pilate's first name is suspect with the Pontus. Was he a Tectosagii?

I wonder whether Bassus ancestry in the Tectosages informed Quintus Caepio of a huge stash of gold at Toulouse. That makes a lot of sense... just because the Caiaphas grub spoke up as I was on the Bassus family tree. It doesn't matter whether or not the reader takes me seriously when I game around like this; I'm going to enjoy this hunt as best I can. I don't need to be a macho historian.

I saved the 14th squirrel by the way, and released earlier today at the creek, where other attic squirrels had been released. It has less than one warm day to find a place before hellish cold sets in for days. I prayed it Godspeed. But there was heard another one in the attic last night. I'm amazed at how many squirrels have come to live with me this winter. I was wondering whether the TECtosages were of the squirrel-using DECKs/Daggers that I traced to the Ticino, home of the Laevillus-like Laevi Gauls. Does that make any sense to you? Did Ticino-river Gauls become the Tectosages in Toulouse? I'm left at guessing whether those peoples should be understood as Tec-Tosages or Tecto-Sages.

Of some interest, German Sage's/Sagers/Saegers, looking like a branch of Caepio-suspect Seconds/Segurs, share checks with Marici-suspect Marks, and Scottish Stewarts, whose pelican traces to Berenicianus' wife, use checks on a fesse, as do Marks and Sawyers. English Sage's ("men's heads wearing close CAPS" were first found in the same place as English Stewarts. The Voirs/Voyers, first found in Brittany, call their lion "St. Mark," and then some of the Caepio treasure was likely taken back by king BOIORix, who smacks of "Voyer." Stewarts lived at Dol, a term like "TOULouse."

If Tectosages were the squirrel liners, it's notable that squirrel liners included Seagars and Segni's/Segurana's, just about the same variations of the Sage's.

Tecks/Tess' use leaves, what do you know? And the Ticino was even "Tesson." And by the way, Leaves/Leve's were first found in the same place as Seagars and Sawyers. Now I know that we are definitely upon surnames tracing to the Tectosages upon the Ticino. The Tech/Tess saltire is in white-on-red of the Sage/Saeger chevron, and the "men" in the chevron are code for Pepin-related Mens, important because I traced Pepins to the naming of Papia/Pavia, the city co-founded by the Marici and the Laevi. So, lucky me, after years of tracing Decks and Tecks to the Ticino, it looks correct. I would have been suicidal had I been incorrect on that one.

Note that while Deacons / Decans were suspect as the namers of the Ticino, they use a cross in colors reversed from the Teck/Tess saltire. As the Tecks/Tess' are also "Tease," the other Tease surname with Tigh variation might apply. It uses white-on-red stars (suspect with the Annas'), as do Italian Amore's, first found in Sardinia, where the Berenicianus line (= Seleucids) should trace. English Amore's (Tease/Tigh colors) were looked up because they use a Coat with nebulee (why not "nebuly"?) like that of the Leavells/Lovels/Lowle's, and both happen to use six bars, with the lower bars red in both Coats.

As I have been identifying Percivals (same place as Leavells/Lovels) as Pharisees, it's notable that the Leavell write-up speaks on a Ralph Lovel, son of a Mr. Percival, earl of an Iver-like Yvery entity. Then, the English Amore's share a black bend with Ivers and nearly-identical Hanans while the Teck/Tess saltire is suspect with the Annan saltire. The Annans trace to the Ananes Gauls at Placentia, and then the blue Placentia wolf is likely in play in the blue talbot dog in the Damory/Amori Crest. The Damorys use six horizontal bars (with waves) in the colors of the Amore bars, and were first found in the same place as Amore's (both surnames use the talbot in Crest).

We're not done yet in making the Leavell link to Amore's. The Ivorys/Ives' (same bend colors as Were's) were looked up as per "Yvery," and Ivorys were likewise first found in Oxfordshire. It is very plain that Ivorys were Vere's; disregard the write-up of Were's (same place as Sage's) where it says that they are not a Vere branch. Ivorys are said to be from Ivry-la-Bataille in Eure. The Battaile's/Battle's (griffin) were first found in BERwickshire, and the Berwick surname shares the muzzled bear with Percivals (they are the ones at Yvery) so that Ivorys do trace to Berwickshire...and to Berenicianus, the line that married the Bassus Tectosages that then married Laevillus!! Perfect, for the Leavell/Lovel/Level surname is the one with ancestry in Mr. Percival.

Whenever any feature comes "embattled," as the Grub Chief is, it can now be suspect with Ivry-la-Bataille.

Hmm, look at this. After just finding a Leavell-related Amore's first found in Sardinia, "Leville" was entered to find it listed with Font de Ville's. I recall tracing the red Font-de-Ville lion to Vere's; that was before knowing that the Oxford surname and the Crest of Ivory's (Oxford) use red lions. Leville's use a "red lion with a gold collar and chain, and waving a purple flag." Why purple? In any case, it makes sense to trace the Seleucid line to the Bassus to Sardinia. The Font de Ville's were traced to Piscinas, and then the Pesci fish may be in use in the Vair/Verona surname. The Fountains (same place as Seagars), like the Amore's, Damorys and Leavells, use three horizontal red bars.

The "TROUveras" motto term of Sawyers could be for the Trows/True's (feathered helmet) that share red bendlets with Ives'. We just saw where veras-like terms can link to Ives liners. The point is, the Trow/True write-up traces to "trog," much like the TROCmii Galatians to which the Bassus family are traced. In case you wish to read on the Trocmii ancestry, here a small piece on king Amyntas:

Wondering whether Amyntes could be Caiaphas' father, I clicked to his father's article (just now, after writing all the above on Pulchers). His name, BROGitarus is partially for a tarus entity (his father-in-law was DeioTARUS) so that the root term is "Brog," like the Bruce's who use the Caepio-line lion. In any case, look at this:

Cicero claims that Brogitarus obtained his elevation to the kingship of Galatia alongside Deiotarus by bribing P. Clodius Pulcher [!!!], who was then tribune of the plebs at Rome. Brogitarus also became high priest of the Great Mother at Pessinus after the incumbent was removed through a law introduced Clodius Pulcher.

Amazing! And "Pessinus" smacks of "Piscinas" on Sardinia. The Great Mother being indicated was Kybele. That's whom the Galli worshiped, and so we now want to know whether Laevillus was a priest of this cult too, or a family member of the priesthood.

I didn't know until now that "According to ancient tradition, Pessinous was the principal cult centre of the cult of Cybele/Kybele." The article mentions nothing on the Cabelees, shame. As I regularly find archeological sites worked on by surnames that trace to the ancient sites, note: "However, archaeological research by Ghent University (1967-1973 under the directorship of Pieter LAMBrechts..." It just so happens that the Pasi/PASINo surname (SEAGAR colors) is also "Pascel" while Pascals use a LAMB. Therefore, Pessinus (SAKARya river) is now suspect with the Pasi and Speer surnames. The Rollo motto term, "passe," can apply to the Passe/Pascal surname. Kybele's symbol was the lion, and Pascals' use the Levi lion. I am sure that is not coincidental.

Next, look at this: "Born as Publius Claudius Pulcher in 93 BC, the youngest son of Appius Claudius, he became known as Publius Clodius after his controversial adoption into the plebeian family of Fonteii in 59 BC." FONTeii??? Are they the proto-Font-de-Ville's that I say were from Piscinas? I've never known this Fonteii family before or this adoption.

UNBELIEVABLE: after writing the above, I continued reading:

He was sibling of two brothers and apparently five sisters (some historians think four). The identity of his mother's family continues to be one of the most disputed issues of 1st century BC Roman social history. Most likely she was:
a Servilia of the patrician Caepiones, daughter of Q. Servilius Caepio; or
a Caecilia Metella, sister of Q. Metellus Celer pater.

I'm very happy. This could be the near-end of my hunt, or the start of phase two. I've got to hurry because my grub's running out of humidity. It's now good for only three chirps per 24 hours.

The Quintus Caepio (Roman general) in the quote is linked to an article on the elder one, not the son by the same name. The elder one is the one that supposedly stole the 50,000 gold bars. The younger Quintus Caepio was father to Servilia Caepionis, the mistress of Julius Caesar. Therefore, the Servilia in the quote above seems to be another one, who married Pulcher. It's not a wonder every rich man wanted to adopt a Pulcher, like an potential investment into gold.

I'm a little shaky here at this sudden bomb. We have a Pulcher, thought by some / most to be a grandson of Quintus Caepio, and for me this makes a lot of sense. I'll get back to this as concerns Caiaphas' parents, but first let me quote from Wikipedia's article on "The Gold of Toulouse." Keep in mind that there are opposing explanations for the origin of the treasure. Just note how the Volcae are central, a thing I did not consciously know when writing above even though I was at this article many months ago (I have developed a poor memory). In other words, it looks like the Volcae that were part of the Bassus line informed general Caepio of this gold stash, and they plotted together to secure it using the Roman army as the force:

The Gold of Tolosa (also the aurum Tolosanum) existed as a hoard of treasures plundered from Greece (allegedly the sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi) in 279 BC by Gallic invaders of the Volcae (often denoted incorrectly as Galatians, despite the later migration of some Volcae Tectosagi to Galatia). It was often noted that, during the siege of Apollo's sanctuary at Delphi, the Gallic leader, Brennus, was badly wounded (many contemporary sources state some kind of divine intervention, and the battle was lost against a combined force of Thracians, Macedonians, Triballi and Illyrians). Many, after their fortunes reversed, retreated back into the Balkans, some to the Volcae heartlands, and many others back to Gaul itself, dumping their plunder into the lakes near Tolosa (modern-day Toulouse), believing that the loot was cursed. The faltering of Brennus's great expedition, however, helped create the Gallic exclaves around Tylis and in Galatia, the latter of which remaining de facto independent for centuries to come. [tossing the cursed gold into a lake sounds like invented garbage]

And it is further said that the Tectosages shared in the expedition to Delphi; and even the treasures that were found among them in the city of Toulouse by Caepio, a general of the Romans, were, it is said, a part of the valuables that were taken from Delphi, although the people, in trying to consecrate them and propitiate the god, added thereto out of their personal properties, and it was on account of having laid hands on them that Caepio ended his life in misfortunes -- for he was cast out by his native land as a temple-robber, and he left behind as his heirs female children only, who, as it turned out, became prostitutes, as Timagenes has said, and therefore perished in disgrace. {Note that Strabo here is mistaken, since Caepio did have a son, the maternal grandfather of Marcus Junius Brutus, the principal assassin of Julius Caesar.}

However, in 105 BC, the proconsul of Cisalpine Gaul, Quintus Servilius Caepio, reported the discovery of the gold at Tolosa to the Senate, and was charged with sending the treasure back to Rome. Over 50,000 15 lb. bars of gold and 10,000 15 lb. bars of silver were found. The gold disappeared en route, with Strabo mentioning that 'it was on account of laying hands on them that Caepio ended his life in misfortunes...' It was reported that the gold was stolen by a band of marauders, with many contemporaries and modern historians believing that Caepio himself had hired them...The curse was reported to have continued with his son, Quintus Servilius Caepio the Younger, who fought for Rome in the Social War. He barely escaped an accusation of maiestas ('diminution of the majesty of the people of Rome') after disputing with the tribune Marcus Livius Drusus [he's the one we saw earlier who adopted Appius Claudius Pulcher!] who was also his brother-in-law, and princeps senatus Marcus Aemilius Scaurus. Caepio perished in an ambush executed by the general Quintus Poppaedius Silo. The gold of Tolosa itself was never found, and was said to have been passed all the way down to the last heir of the Caepiones, Marcus Junius Brutus.

Publius Claudius Pulcher was thought to be the son of a daughter of Quintus Caepio the elder, and as such Pulcher could have known where the treasure was, or at least some of it. Another Pulcher was adopted by Marcus Drusus (Levite liner, right?), and Drusus opposed the younger Caepio probably because he with his Pulcher were plotting to get the gold from Quintus and his Pulcher. Guessing, but it's expected. Drusus' sister was married to Quintus the younger, and whoever married Servilia Caepionis probably didn't for her beauty or for love, but in hopes of getting the gold, right? And that's why she could have an affair with Caesar for so long, for her husband didn't marry for love. And Caesar was hoping to find some gold too via this affair.

Publius Pulcher supported the Volcae-Galatian king for obvious reason, right? The other Pulcher was married to a woman whose father was from Fondi. Yes, you heard right, a Fond-de-Ville possibility, especially as Fondi is near the ocean looking out to Sardinia:

Fondi (Latin: Fundi) is a city and comune in the province of Latina, Lazio, central Italy, halfway between Rome and Naples....Fondi had been an important settlement on the Roman Via Appia...

Fondi has an ancient history, beginning with early settlements about 1000 BC: later the area was settled by the Italic tribes of Aurunci and, subsequently, Volsci. According to the legend, it would have been founded by Hercules in memory of the killing of Cacus.

...[in] 877, and Fondi was passed to the Duchy of Gaeta.

In 1140 Fondi passed to the Dell'Aquila family, of Norman heritage...

I recall doing something on Fondi. The Font de Ville's use a red-on-white lion, symbol also of the Drengots of the Fondi area. Remember, the Appian Way was named by an Appius liner. Appius Claudius Pulcher, under discussion, should not be confused with one by that name, born in 97 BC. Here's Pulcher's wife:

Aufidia or Alfidia...was a daughter to Roman Magistrate Marcus Aufidius Lurco and an unknown mother...Her father originally came from Fundi (modern Fondi, Italy).

She married the future praetor, Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus [born Appius Claudius Pulcher]. They had at least two children: a daughter Livia Drusilla (58 BC-29) and a son Marcus Livius Drusus Libo, who served as a Roman consul. Livia was to become the first Roman Empress...

Why did Augustus marry Livia? Was it for love, or gold? Now go forward to the Jew of the Galatia theater, OPgalli, mopther of king Julius Alexander (Cetis, Cilicia), and ask whether "Livius" is a Laevi line? Might Opgalli have been related to Laevillus? Was the latter from Fondi, since "Leville" gets the Fond de Ville's? Was Opgalli from Fondi?

In his article, Appius Claudius Pulcher descends from mythical Cacus, obviously, and thus traces somehow to Fondi: "According to Suetonius, Drusus was a direct descendant of the consul and censor Appius Claudius Caecus." He was a real person, but his surname must be from the same entity as the myth-code, Cacus.

I'm going to jot the following down in case it represents the Peacock surname's formation, for while Peacocks are a Pollock sept, Pollocks are tracing to Pulchers: "Lurco [Pulcher's father-in-law] was the first person in Rome to fatten peacocks (see peafowl) for sale and from this he became wealthy."

Back to Brogitarus, father of a Trocmii ruler of Galatia. This was only the father's Galatian side of the Bassus family. The last sentence in his article: "The name Brogitarus may be understood as brogi-taros 'border-crosser' or (less likely) brogi-taruos 'border-bull'" "Why "border"? Did the historians look in the wrong place for deriving "Brog"? Probably. DeioTARUS is said to mean "Bull of God," but BorderBull sounds completely wrong. Something else named "Brog."

The mother's side of the Galatian line to the Bassus was of Amyntas, ruler of the Tectosages

Amyntas, Tetrarch of the Tectosages and King of Cilicia Trachae between 36 BC and 25 BC, was the predecessor of Polemon I of Pontus as King of Cilicia Trachae. Also mentioned as being King of Galatia, Amyntas was a son of Dytilaos, Tetrarch of the Tectosagii.

Amyntas was the father of a Princess of the Tectosagii who married Artemidoros of the Trocmii, son of Amyntas, Tetrarch of the Trocmii, King of Galatia. Through his daughter and her husband he was grandfather of Gaius Julius Severus, a nobleman from Akmonia at Galatia, in turn the father of Gaius Julius Bassus...,_Tetrarch_of_the_Tectosagii

The Polemon article makes no mention of the Galatians whatsoever. What happened to the Galatian rulers? Was Polemon related to them, or was he the enemy? By what coincidence does "PULcher" look like POLemon? Did the family of Publius Pulcher merge maritally with Brogitarus' family to produce the mother of the Polemon? Might "PoleMON" have been named partly after AkMON? Isn't "Mon" the root of the latter term? Couldn't "Akmon" be softened to "Hasmon." Yes, indeed. Polemon's father, Zenon, is said to have been from Laodicea, still part of Phrygia, and that city was beside the ASopus river ("pus" is a suffix) that could very well introduce the As entity. Compare "Zenon" to "Hasmon."

Plus, the Achmans are sharing a red bend with Asmans (Massey fleur) who are in-turn sharing the Rasmussen/Assman Coat. The Aikman variation, plus the oak theme, are strongly suggesting the rooster-using, same-colored Aikens! Both surnames are related to Lanarkshire, and both use the same oak tree in Crest with eight acorns. Why eight? The eight-acorn tree is the only symbol of Italian Apollo's/Polloni's (Florence), and that may reveal that PoleMON was an Akmon-related person from the Apollo cult.

The rooster traced to Gallura (Sardinia), yes, but it can also trace to Galatia! I get it. There is a Galatian link of concern here to Gallura of Sardinia. It's perfect in conjunction with Seleucids on Sardinia. The black Aiken rooster is can link to the same of Kopple's who trace to Koplik = CUPIONICH!!! Excellent, for that now makes a CAEPIONIS' suspect in the Akmonia entity.

The oak theme had been traced to Biblical Joktan, whose family lived between Mesha and SEPHAR, and at least one of his son, HADORAM, was involved in the SEPHARvite cult (their god was ADRAMmolech), wherefore note that it was Julius SEVERus that was from Akmonia. French Savarys show the Bassianus besants that, of course, may belong to Bassus' too, and the other Savarys share the unicorn with Rasmussens/Assmans. These Savarys ("olive BRANCH" for Levi liners to the D'AVRANCHes) are also using a "libera" code for Liebers that use "two oak BRANCHES." The Liebers are in Ackman / Aiken colors. Liebers were first found in Sulcis-suspect Silesia. The Bra(u)nch surname is very welcome in this very discussion because I think it uses a red-star version of the Hamon(d) Coat.

It seems clear now that Levites should be expected at Akmon. For me, it's a no-brainer that the Laevi Gauls were from proto-Galatia to begin with, and that they had been pagan Levites in the high-priest position of the Galli-Kabeiri cult that would later form to heraldic rooster. Are you getting this? After leaving the region and coming back as Galatians, the same Laevi line formed the high priesthood of Jerusalem. Isn't it what this is all about?

It's important that Rasmussens/Assmans uses the bend in the rare direction, rising from left to right, as do Massena's and Masci's that both use versions of each other's Coats. It's important that the Asman fleur are in the colors of the Massey fleur. This Massena line is fully expected in Maccabee formation, and the line appears to have been in Akmonia with an Apollo cult there, important because Apollo had Muses that were proto-Masseys. Later, you'll see why Amyntes should lead to Hamon de Massey.

Reminder: I traced the Caepio treasure fundamentally to Meschins of Cheshire, where Masseys/Maceys and Maceys lived. It was thought that Boiorix, a Cimmerian, had unloaded some of the Caepio treasure in Wales, and that Conteville's (i.e. D'Avranches' and Meschins) were going after it as part of the Norman invasion into England. I had recognized early that the red lion of Ranulph le Meschin was that of the Lighs/Leghs, but the Mons/Monts (Peebles-shire) use the same lion. I am beginning to see that proto-Masseys and Caiaphas' family both were of the Akmonia line. The Claus' use the same lion again, and they should trace to the Clausula river, location of Cupionich! You see.

So, when I was entering "Mint / Mynt" to see if a surname of that sort would show a trace to "AMYNTes," that's when the Mons/Monds came to mind.

The Klaus' are suspect with Glass' that named Glasgow, smack beside Lanark where the Ackmans and Aikens had something going. Glasgow is where the Pollocks and Stewarts lived that have already traced to Pulchers, but Pollocks are also suspect with Polemon. Pollocks look like they may have been from Pollux, the Spartan Apollo, which may mean that Pulchers are ultimately from the Pollux swan. The Greek version of Pollux was, PoLYDUECES, which I thought (years ago) could have been a code for Laodicea, though I didn't stress that idea.

The Claus lion is the same one as per the Leib/Leiber Coat (not "Lieber"), and the quarters of that Coat look much like those of Caepio-suspect Seconds/Segurs. The Leiblin and similar variations are like "Laevillus," the grandson of Julius Bassus. The latter married the Seleucid-Maccabee line that ruled in Cilicia. That is, he married the sister of Alexander Berenicianus, suspect (in the last update) with the line to Brunswick, and here we find that Leibers were first found in Brunswick. That place is suspect with Bruno's, first found in the same place as Apollo's/Polloni's that use the tree of Lieber-related Aikens and Ackmans. Does that make sense?

Laodicea was off the Maeander river on the Caria-Lydia border region, and named after a wife of the third Seleucid king. The Maeander-river Maeonians could have introduced the Mon entity. By the time of Polemon, Hasmonean kings proper had all but come and gone, but perhaps these things are telling us of Hasmonean roots in the Laodicea - Galatian world. This does not necessarily contradict a trace of Hasmonean elements to the Has - Cavii area of Albania, for I thought to trace "Cavii" to the Phrygian goddess, "Cybele," probably named after the local Cabelees, fellow tribe of Lasonii suspect at the Lissus river at the mouth of the Mathis. That's where Bassania is too, where the Bassus family may trace. Moreover, I traced ALBAnia to "HALYBes" that lived smack in Phrygia.

Albania is beside Macedonia, and the Volcae-Galatians under discussion are said to have been from Macedonia. Priestly-line elements of concern in the Circle of Doom (from Scodra south to the Taulantii) are now looking like they did not go to northern Italy only, but back to Phrygia too.

I'm open to being wrong in anything on which I've suspected the derivation of "Hasmon."

The city of Mons in Belgium that came to be ruled by elements of the Levi surname is beside Bruges/Bruggs, a term like "Brogitarus." The triple Levi chevrons are used by Archdeacons that have a Hatti-suspect Cotys variation listed (but not shown) The Hatti lived on the same Phrygian river (Halys) as the Halybes. The interesting thing about Bassus ancestry in Phrygia is that this was home to the Marsyas goat, and then Massyas in Lebanon was also "Marsyas." In other words, the same Galatian elements that led to the Bassus' may have founded Maccabees proper earlier, out of Massyas elements. In fact, the following happened to be in the last update before coming to the Galatian topic: "About 23 BC, Iturea with the adjacent provinces fell into the hands of a chief named ZENOdorus (Josephus, l.c. xv. 10, 1; idem, B. J. i. 20, 4). Three years later, at the death of Zenodorus, Augustus gave Iturea to Herod the great, who in turn bequeathed it to his son Philip (Josephus, Ant. xv. 10, 3)." The caps were added there to indicate that Zenodorus may have been a Zenon line, of obvious importance of "Zenon" was of the (H)Asmon entity.

The Aachen location on the Belgic-German border can be of the Lieber-related Aikens / Ackmans. Fancy this, but the Aachen surname uses only crescents in the colors of the Mott crescent! No guff. This is the place to add that the Motts were first found in the same place (Cotes du Nord, Brittany) as where English Minute's/Minots/MYNETTs are thought to have come from. I had looked "Minute" up after not finding Mint or Mynt surnames that may be from "AMYNTes." The Minute's/Mynetts use helmets in colors reversed to the Aachen crescents and Helm pheons, and the helmets are said to be "open," for a reason of course. There is no Open surname coming up, but there are Openheims/Oppenheimers, from Hesse, home of the Chatti that are traceable to the Hatti of Phrygia.

Note that the Decans (Aiken colors) are also "Daiken," for it might just be true that "Deacon" was from the idea of D'Aachen. If that's correct, then Deacons can be traced to Hasmon-suspect Akmonia, which recalls that Has-liner Dawsons looked linkable to Deacons.

Cotes du Nord is right beside Dol, and while I don't know when, I do know that Pulchers married the Alans of Dol. In both the Mott and Minute write-ups, Cotes du Nord is said to be in Normandy, though I could not find such a place in Normandy. Are the heraldic masters seeking to hide surnames that were from the Dol theater. I know how secretive the Stewarts are. The helmet is used by Cassel-related Kennedys, and Cassel is related to Hesse, wherefore one may trace Mynetts to Font elements (for the Cassel and Kennedy motto is part-code for Lafins/La Fonts). This is just a clue, with more evidence of a Galatia link to Font liners coming below.

Now watch this, and if it leads you to discovering the gold bars, you owe me one. Fondi is beside Formia. I traced the Caepio treasure, once in the hands of Pontius Pilate and Joseph Caiaphas, to Mount Pilat at St. Etienne. That's why Stephens share the perchevron of Chappes'...which happen to be in the colors of the Pilate pheons. Smack beside St. Etienne, there is a FIRMiny location now suspect with Formia. It may begin to tell us why Drengots went down to rule the stretch between Formia and Capua. The Dreng lion is colors reversed from the near-identical Tool lion, and while Tools may have been named after Toulouse, they share the brown Pollock boar while Pollocks trace to Pulchers. We have a treasure-hunt story of great magnitude.

I haven't taken the time to find where mount Pilat is in relation to St. Etienne, and who cares, anyway. But on the north of St. Etienne, there is a Montbrison that became important because one Brison surname just happens to share a white pheon with Pilate's, and the Helms use white pheons too. What does this tell us? For one, it tells us that the Pilate surname was indeed at mount Pilat. But Pontius Pilate is supposed to trace to the Pontus, and we just saw that the Brogitarus > Amyntes Galatians ruled that area just before Mark Antony gave it to Polemon I. What else does it tell us?

As Quintus Caepio's seizure of the Toulouse treasure is highly suspect with Amyntes' family, and as Mynetts use the helmet, it looks like we are right on track with tracing the Amyntes Galatians through Pilate and Caiaphas to the latter's children/descendants St. Etienne. Do you follow. All we do is follow the gold nuggets, and that's where you will find the stupids of the planet conspiring together not unlike bands of thieves with crowns on their heads, but never at peace.

The Dreng write-up tells that Percys (shares a string of lozenges with Bricks highly suspect with Brisons and Brisons/Brix'), UmfraVILLE's and NeVILLE's gathered around the Dreng(of) demons who had left home to pillage and kill Italians so that they might have crowns. A couple of those surnames are capitalized in case anyone can fish them out as Font de Ville/Leville liners, for Drengs share a red-on-white lion with Font de Ville's. The point, however, is that Nevilles (canton of Gacey on the Touques) use the same saltire as Brisons. It does make Drengots suspect as seekers of the Caepio gold, which by that time was in various places throughout the world.

Brisons were first found in the same place, Berwickshire, as same-colored Aide's. The latter are in the Levi motto. Bernicians at Berwickshire trace to Alexander Berenicianus, whose niece married Mr. Laevillus, what a levincidence. The Aide's use the KEATON leopard faces and might just trace together to the CAETANi rulers of Gaeta, smack beside Formia. It just so happens that while Fondi is smack beside Formia too, the Fondi Coat is nothing but the white-on-red bend of Aide's!!!

I knew you'd like that. It's not just tracing Levi liners to Fondi, but it had likely been involved with Mr. Lurco, from Fondi, whose daughter married Appius Claudius Pulcher, whose ancestry in-turn was suspect with Jonathan Apphus Maccabee.

[A ZINGER INSERT: the day after writing above, "Artem" was loaded as per Artemidoros,' the grandfather of Julius Severus of Akmonia. Artems (red roses on stems) not only use what looks like the Deacon / Decan / Pascal Coat, but are shown properly as AITon/AYTon" and first found in the same place as AIDe's!!! Didn't I say that Caiaphas / Levites will trace to Pessinus / Kybele elements? The Ardons/Artois' were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Deacons! We've just found another surname to which Levi's linked closely. Who were they? Were Levi's really from Artemidoros?

The Artems are in the colors of Datons/Daytons/Dautons (Dreux / Dreng lion?) said to be from "Auton." By why is "Artem" listed with them? Was Artemidoros from mythical Aedon of Boiotia / Ephesus? The Date's/Dade's/Deeds -- same place as Tectosages-suspect Seagars -- even use a version of the Arthur Coat, and MacArthurs use the Seagar moline.

The Artem/Aiton motto might be including Dents, first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Daytons and Catys/Cadys.

Reminder: Decans/DAIKENs are suspect with Aikens while Artems/Aitons use what looks like a version of the Decan Coat, especially as the latter uses lions in the colors of the Dayton lion. Decans were first found in Rutland, suspect with the Rutili founders of Ardea at the north end of the Pontine/Pontino.

French Ardens/Ardans were first found in the same place as Seconds/Segurs, and that was at Limousin, from the Lemnites, the island of Hephaestus' Kabeiri cult! I trace "Hephaestus" to "Ephesus," home of Aedon's father, Pandareus. The Arden/Ardan Chief shows stars in the colors of the same of Has-based Dawsons; the latter's motto connects to the Yonge's who share the black-on-white piles of the Catys'/Cadys, piles suspect with the same-colored chevrons of the Levi-suspect Cotys/ArchDEACONs!

The sun in the Arden/Ardan Coat looks linkable to the same in the DAWse/Dorset Coat, and, possibly, DORSets are in honor of ArtemiDOROS liners. Dorset is where we find Polemon-suspect Poole, and that's beside Cowes while the Cawes' (said to be from "jackDAW" but we get the code) use the Catys/Cadys "pennants" (or piles) in red.

The "orto" motto term of Artems/Aitons once again has potential to link to Arthur elements, this time to mythical Orthos = the Ordovices beside Arddu. The Cadys/Cady rooster definitely traces to the Pontine / Gaeta theater.

To refresh your memory, or in case you didn't read it in the last update, here's how Artemidoros fits into the Amyntes line:

[Julius Bassus] was the younger son of Gaius Julius Severus (b. ca 25), a Nobleman from Akmonia at Galatia, and paternal grandson of Artemidoros of the Trocmi, a Nobleman at Galatia [who capitalized "Nobleman" and why?], Asia Minor (son of Amyntas, Tetrarch of the Trocmi, King of Galatia), and his wife a Princess of the Tectosagii (daughter of Amyntas, Tetrarch of the Tectosagii). His older brother was Gaius Julius Severus, a Tribune in Legio VI Ferrata.

He was the father of Gaius Julius Quadratus Bassus, Legate at Judaea between 102 and 105, Consul of Rome in 105 and Proconsul of Asia in 105, married to Asinia Marcella, Domina figl., married to Julia of Cilicia.

So, if Artemidoros is an Arthurian liner, it makes his father, Amyntes, of obvious importance to heraldry and holy-grail lore. This Galatian material is all new to me and tends to trace Bassianus', and perhaps all of the El-Gabal priesthood, to Galatians. "Artemidoros" could have been an Arda-Odrysian combination. I wonder who/what the daughter of the other Amyntes was, the one suspect in the Squirrel bloodline. He was a son of Dytilaos, perhaps the proto-Deeds/Date's. The latter are the ones using the colors and format of Arthurs, but use garbs in place of the so-called "rests" of Arthurs. These rests were thought to be code for Oresteia, smack at Odrysia at the mouth of the Arda! Zing! An electrical moment.

What do you think Asinia was named after? Mythical Aeson? Her last name (MacAbee / Ham / Hammer colors) is listed with Italian Marcus' and can therefore trace to the Marici on the Ticino, the river to which I trace Deck-related Squirrels, and where TECtosages are now suspect. Was Asinia from the Laevi on the Ticino, therefore? Couldn't we expect a Roman legate (or was he Maccabaean?) of Judea to marry a Levite of the Romanized kind? I expect Laevi in Jerusalem with the Maccabees / Pharisees / Sadducees. End Zinger Insert]

While Keatons and Seatons are suspect with the Keath Catti, the only other surname I know of sharing three black chevrons (the colors of the three Aide leopards) with the Levi's are the Cotys/Archdeacons. The Keath Catti (suspect from the mythical Cotys > Hatti line) may be from the Caetani family, therefore, even as Levi's may be suspect with some Caetani elements. This goes a long way to explaining why Seatons were considered Sadducee liners in some way. The Aide's/Ade's may explain the ATkin variation of Aikens [in Artem/Aiton colors].

The Caiaphas- and Pulcher-suspect Pulleys/Pullens use the bend colors of the Chattans and Chatans, and there is reason to understand here why the Chattans link unquestionably to Italian Botters, for the Butteri/Buttero cowboys had run their herds between Anzio and Gaeta. This general area, called the Pontino, was also home to mythical Cacus who sought to steal Hercules' cattle i.e. the Cacus=Caecus entity at the ancestry of Appius Pulcher looks like it was in the cattle business on the Pontino.

Might the Pontino, contrary to what they say, have been named by the rulers of the Pontus? Can't "Fond/Font" be a "Pond/Pont" variation? Ponds/Ponts are in Aiken colors, and even use the red-on-white fesse of Aiken-related Liebers. French Ponts/Ponds even use a striped fesse in the two colors (half red) of the striped Keath Chief, and then the Faucets, first found in the same place as Keaths, use an unusual bend in red-and-white checks that seems applicable to the Ponts/Ponds. The Faucet lion is even in the colors of the Conte / Lafin/La Font lion. As the Seaton- and Sitler-suspect Side's/Sudys use a lion in the same colors, you will understand why Faucets are Side kin once you see their variations.

While writing on the Faucets above, the Caetani article at Wikipedia was loading because I wanted to take a look at their Arms again. Just as I had been asking myself what the Faucets might trace to, I got to the Caetani page to recall that I traced the Caetani waves to the Sutys (same lion as Faucets, share's "hazard" motto term with Seatons that's suspect with Hasmoneans) and therefore to the Side's/Sudys. This was a few years ago, and I probably realized at the time that Caetani linked to Keaths and Faucets then too. But it was not on my mind here until I fell upon it.

As the FauxSIDE castle is said to have been built but Saer de Quincy (mascles, easily links to the namers of Musselburgh), not only does this make Faucets suspect as a Caepio line, but reveals the Faucets from the mascle-using Faux's/Fauks, first found in the same place as Quints. French Faux's were merged with Saunier's. Did you notice that Faucets and their kin are in Levi colors?

The Suty motto, "Nothing hazard, nothing have," must be part-code for the Belgian Have's/Haafs (ducks), said to have been from Bruges (Flanders), what a brogincidence. The Sutys look like a branch of Stoners, tending to clinch Stoners as Seaton liners. Does this trace Seatons and company to the black stone of El-Gabal? I don't know. Did you notice that the Faucet / Suty / Sitler lion is that of Flanders too? This recalls that Balders of Flanders, and the Conte's too that use the Faucet lion, had traced to Gallura.

Let's go back to the Fondi article and repeat from it: "Fondi has an ancient history, beginning with early settlements about 1000 BC: later the area was settled by the Italic tribes of Aurunci and, subsequently, Volsci. According to the legend, it would have been founded by Hercules in memory of the killing of Cacus." "Volsci" looks like the Volcae Galatians, doesn't it? It looks like the makings of Folks / Fulks too, and so the FALLCett / FALside variations of Faucets may betray their Fulk ancestry.

German Volks/VOLSCHs show a man in a pointed cap, and then the so-called "Phrygian cap" is a pointed hat. Does it seem like the Volcae were at Fondi? Now you're talking.

Spanish Ponti's are said to be from a TRUCios valley smacking of the TROCmii branch of Volcae. Italian Ponti's are also "Pontini," and use a castle-like symbol, as do Chattans, and in the colors of the Chatan tower. The two waves in the Arms of Caetani are half in the colors of the two waves in the Forham/FORMan/FERMan Coat, and as this surname was first found in Edinburgh, smack beside the Faucets, Seatons and Keaths, it's clear that both Formans and related WORMs (share the green Forman dragon) were of the namers of FORMia. The Worms line is known to be ancestral to the royal Capetians (Caepio suspects of the Caputo/Capua kind), and then the Spanish Capets are using a version of the Folk/Fulke/Volk Shield.

The Firminy-suspect Firmins share the black chevron and the anchors of Formans/Fermans, as well as the "Christo" motto term of Irish Forhams. Then, as Montbrison is beside Firminy, note that the Brison saltire is used by Currys/Corrys, first found in Midlothian, location of Edinburgh! That has just clinched a link between Fondi / Formia and Firminy's / St. Etienne. In place of the Pilate pheon in the top-center of the Brison Coat, the Currys use a rose in the same colors at the same spot. The Curry rooster traces to the Gallura - Galatian line, right?

Another surname using a saltire in the colors of the Brison / Curry / Neville saltire is the Teck/Tess surname that was suspect with TECtosages, having leaves highly suspect with Mr. Laevillus. The other Arms of Caetani are simply quarters (recall the Quarter surname of the Gaeta theater), and they happen to be in the colors of the Second/Segur quarters. This recalls that TectoSAGES-suspect Sage's are also "Saeger/Sager."

The Phrygian location of Akmonia was near ancient Dorylaeum, and that places it near the modern Porsuk river. If that river had roughly the same name anciently, then Porcius Cato may have been named by the namers of that river. I feel sure that the Cato/Chattan surname ("bot" motto term for the Butteri cowboys) was one to which the Roman Cato's belonged. The Porcia Coat shares the black boar with Ponts/Ponds now suspect from the Pontino home of the Butteri cowboys. The Porcia boars are in Faucet-lion colors, perhaps relevant to the fox in the Fes/Fez Coat, for Porci's (without the 'a') use a bend in the colors of the Fes/Fez bend. If that's all correct, then it just traced Porcia's to the Pontine theater along with Faucets...who already traced to the Caetani! That is one great way to trace the Fondi area to Akmonia.

The golden-Fleece Colchians were at Fondi. But just look at this:

Dorylaeum was the site of two battles during the crusades. In 1097, during the First Crusade, the crusaders defeated the Seljuks there, in their first major victory. During the Second Crusade it was the site of a major defeat, which effectively ended the German contribution to the crusade.

I am not read up on Crusader history, as I want to know of their demonic behavior like I need a bullet to the head. These demons were clear across the continent from their homelands, invading a people, killing and robbing...just imagine if it was you. One day you're living in peace; the next day these vagabonds enter your world and butcher the fathers. For what?

The point is, I did not know until now that the first major war victory came smack at the Akmon theater. Were the vagabonds seeking some Caepio gold there? That's what it looks like. Some Sinclair-related family may have known that the gold needed to be left behind due to warfare. Forgive me, I don't know what "Seljuk" is derived in, but it sure does sound like "Seleucus."

Note that the Brugg/Bruges Coat is the same cross as the Sinclair cross. Do Sinclairs trace to Brogitarus? Compare "Brugg" with "Porcia." Recall that Sinclairs were from Clarus, home of mythical Mopsus, for the Mochs were first found in BURGundy...perhaps from Pergamum, depicted by mythical PergaMON. The Bruggs are said to be from a SUDley entity that might just be from the Side/Sudy / Suty entity that traced to the Caetani. There is a Sudley surname using two bends in the colors of the striped fesse of French Ponts/Ponds.

It was only after writing the paragraph above, I kid you not, that the Bondi surname was recalled from the other times that Ponts/Ponds had been treated. Never before had I been resolved in tracing them to the Latin Pontine. The Bondi's, first found in Sardinia, use a single erect sword in the colors of the single, erect Moch/Mochet/Moucher sword! However, the Bondi's are listed with variations suggesting blond hair. Yet, those may not have been the originals.

The Moch sword is a rare one, but used by Dunns while Dunbars were first found in Lothian (!), where Fondi / Pontine elements are tracing. And look, the Gospatrick kin of Dunbars (lived at MOCHrum) are using the saltire of Currys/Corrys.

Near the Gar, there was a Setia location (modern Sezza at the interior of the Pontine) where mythical Aeneas may have had his Roman center. But what named Setia:

The gens Annia [Annius surname] was a plebeian family of considerable antiquity at Rome. The first person of this name whom Livy mentions is the Latin praetor Lucius Annius of Setia, a Roman colony in 340 BC...The emperor Marcus Aurelius was descended from a family of this name.

Although the earliest of the Annii was from the Volscian town of Setia, he seems to have been a Latin...

It reminds me of my trace of Aurelia Cotta to the Cotesii that were suspect from or with the Sadducee-suspect Sittaceni. And as Caiaphas is suspect from Aurelia Cotta, might the Annia have given birth to his father in law? It continues: "At least one early Annius was from Campania, but by this time, the family was already established at Rome...Other members of the [Annia] gens used Lucius, Publius, Gaius, and Quintus." Recall Publius Pulcher whose mother was thought to be a daughter of Quintus Caepio, the latter's surname suspect from Capua of Campania, inland from Procida, the latter suspect with Numidians about Naples. Procida was thought to be of mythical Procus in the Aeneas genecology: Procus, father of Numitor and Amulius (the latter involved with mythical Larunda). This jibes with my other traces of Annas and Caiaphas ancestry to Carthaginians and/or Numidians.

The article has the following that I do not ever recall seeing: "Titus Annius (Luscus), triumvir for the founding of colonies in Gallia Cisalpina in 218 BC, obliged by a sudden rising of the Boii to take refuge in Mutina." ZOWIE, Gallia Cisalpina includes Placentia, home of the Ananes Gauls, and where Hannibal attacked in 218 BC. I thought it was possible that he attacked there because his own name was from the Ananes, then under the Roman thumb. Annius himself may have been from the Ananes, explaining why he got the job in that area. I've just learned that Gallia Cisalpina was also called, Gallia TOGATa, which may have to do with "TECTOsages." My theory had been that Maccabees were formed somehow by a Boii relationship to king Massena's family a decade or more after Hannibal conquered the Romans beside Placentia. The theory included Mutina=Modena, and here I find an Annas-suspect leader of Romans involved with the Boii and escaping to Modena. This very picture of about 200 BC needs to go to the Tectosages and the related Trocmii of about a century later, but, in the midst of that century, I imagine the formation of Hasmoneans proper in Modi'in if Israel. On the same Annia page: "Titus Annius Papianus Milo, tribunus plebis in 57 BC, and unsuccessfully defended by Cicero after the murder of Publius Clodius Pulcher in 52."

My files were just searched seeking "Annia / Annius," and here's what came up in the 5th update of September, 20111: "Valerius Gratus succeeded Annias Rufus, showing that Ananes elements were Roman governors of Judea too, as well as the high priests." There's a lot of dust being kicked up here, but until it all settle's, we may not understand the hidden realities quite right.

Mountains of Priests

Let's go back to Amyntes suspects. It can be gleaned that the Mynett helmets are in the colors of the Hellen horse heads for the reason that Helms come up as "HELION." For, Hellens, first found in Brittany, are said to be from Herve de HELION.

The Hellen / Helion/Helm family was from Helion, near St. Brieux. Brickidence? No, it means that the Hellens trace to king Amyntes while the Brieux location looks good for a trace to Phrygians. And as we can read that Hellions were granted land in Devon, where Stewarts were first found, it stands to reason that Hellens were Alans of Dol. Compare Halls and Hulls to Hellens so that they too become suspect with Alans. For me, this traces the Alans to mythical Helle (sister of Phryxus), code for the golden-fleece Phrygians at the Hellespont. Helle was related to Ixion and Nephele, founders of Centaurs and thus explaining the horse heads of Hellens. No matter what they say on the origin of "Neville," it looks like "Nephele."

Remember, Stewarts use the Brock motto and are thus suspect with Prusa's/BROCoffs. It's like saying that BROGitarus (a king-priest of a Kybele cult) was of Mysian elements from Pharisee-suspect Prusa. The Brock-suspect Frocks were first found in Shropshire, where Alans of Dol lived before moving to Devon.

German Hellens/Hellers use the same lions as the Brittany Voirs/Voyers suspect with the Boiorix side of the Caepio treasure. The blue wing in the German-Hellen Coat was the design once showing for Masci's, and the Hellen lion is that of Maschi's too...but blue German wings are overwhelmingly linked to Herod lines. It looks like the Hellens refused to give up one of their fesses, and just plopped the red Allan fesse over their white one.

One way to trace Leavells/Lovals/Lowells (said to be from "wolf" but that is garbage) to Mr. Laevillus with seven names (Gaius Julius Lupus Titus Vibius Varus Laevillus), one of which was Lupus, is to discover that the red half-lion in the Crest of Brocks (from Anjou) is found in the Yonge/Young Crest (and in the Aachen Crest), while both English Yonge's and Brocks were first found in Essex, where Quints and Vere's (from "Varus") were first found. Then, the black-on-white piles of Yonge's are used by Scottish Leavells/Lovals. It's suggesting a trace to king BROGitarus and Mr. Laevillus, right?

[Insert -- Later, the PROCtors will be found. The Yonge's use three black piles, the colors of the three Proctor nails, and both surnames use a "Toujours" motto term. The Colchester nails had traced to the Colapis river, exactly where the Juno elements of Yonge's trace. The "Toujours juene" of Yonge's goes to June's (fleur-in Yonge-pile colors), first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as Proctors. That works. The annulets in the Yonge Chief are colors reversed from the same in the Irish Hogan Chief, and "Hogen" is wrongly traced to "young." German Hogens/HOGERs (= Ugrians, proto Hungarians) use three arrows (Hungarian symbol), points down, like the three Lurch/Larchers arrows. The Lurch's will be dealt with much later in this insert, and become key for tracing arrow-using Rothschilds to the Galatian picture. Lurch's become suspect with Lurco, father-in-law of Appius Pulcher. End Insert]

Now, look at the same-colored piles (called "pennants") in the Catys/Cady Coat, and seeing the red Curry-Crest rooster in the Catys/Cady Crest, it looks like this picture traces to Caetani liners of the Gallura-Galatian kind. Although a rooster is showing, the description calls is a "A red cockatrice with gold." With gold what? It doesn't say; that's the entire description. It's a Cock-surname code with gold. The gold bars, right? Yes, but they might not be bars anymore.

The cockaTRICE can be part code for Trice's/Triss'/Trists (in Cock colors), using a central rose in the colors of the same of Curry/CORRY rose, and first found in CORNwall. The Coat also uses stars (why seven?) in colors reversed to the Washington stars, and in the colors of the one Zionist star of Wassa's/Gace's, likewise first found in Cornwall. This works because the Neville's were from Gacey, location of Gace, and Neville's share the Curry saltire. This is therefore the first time that I've been able to clinch the second meaning of "cockatrice."

The Curry / Triss rose and the Triss / Canton stars are apparently in use in the Sweet Coat. There are at least five reasons as to why this is from Swietoslawa, the same as Sigrid the Haughty. One reason is tower in the Crest, likely the Mouse Tower: "An eagle emerging from a tower with an oak branch in its beak." It sounds like Aiken liners were there.

The Wassa/Gace star is in a canton while the Canton/Ganton/Canden surname uses the Washington Coat in colors reversed, meaning that the Canton stars are likely the Trice/Triss stars. It is VERY INTERESTING suddenly that while Gace is on the Touques river, the Touques surname (with the 's') uses only besants, thus making "TOUQUE" suspect with "TEC(tosages)". Another example is where Teague's use the Touque/Toch/Toke/Took (no 's') perchevron (colors reversed) while Touque's were first found in the same place as same-colored Hamons and Mynetts, both tracing to Amyntes! This is not to suggest necessarily that there is a fairly-direct line between "Tec" and "Touques," but perhaps to indicate that Tectosages had been Tocharians. That would make a lot of sense because Tocharians were neighbors to the Assi between Iran and Indian, and then Togarmites were neighbors of the Hayasa-Azzi in the Ardahan theater. That can explain "HASmon" or even "Akmon." It recalls that there were mythical Aix terms applied to Hephaestus' Kabeiri cult that were very linkable to the Aeson > Iason line at Lemnos.

The Caige variation of Teague's can even be of "Sage/Sagii." That works pretty good. Plus, Teague's have the problem of not necessarily tracing to "Toch(arian)," but to queen "Tiye," a direct relative of Yuya. See Yuya and Akhenaten later in this update as per opening a discussion on where the Mitanni liners might be amongst Galatians. That was written before this section inserted here. In fact, the Wassa's/Gace's were traced to the Yuya Mitanni because the surname has been suspect from "Wassukanni," the Mitanni capital. One good theory now is that "TECtosagii" was after "Tiye." Hmm. Later, you'll see why the "non" motto term of Taggarts/Teggarts/Toggarts (almost the same motto as Chives') can apply to the Yuya line.

The Teggert write-up traces to "son of a priest," which may be code for the Brogitarus priesthood, but, wait, the Chives write-up traces to "seamhas," apparent code for the Sohaemus / Soaemiae line. Julia Soaemiae was a daughter of Julius Avitus, and I ventured to trace the Vita/Vio surname to the Viu valley, as I traced the "vi" motto term of Chives" (and Taggarts)! Wow. This is really connecting Chives and Taggarts together at the Brogitarus > Bassus line, for Julius Avitus married Julia Maesa Bassianus. It seems that the Vio variation lived at the Viu, and not necessarily the Avitus'. But the Vio variation seems to connect well to the Taggerts/Teggerts by way of the Touch trace to the Riparia, and that then connects the Chives' to the Viu / Vio family.

The Viu valley is a tributary of the Riparia, and then the Rippers/Ripleys and Touch's both use green upright lions while Touch's are in code in the motto of Clan-Chattan liners while Chives' use a "cat" in crest and "cat-a-mountains" in the Coat! As the Cottians ruled from the Riparia, there seems to be a distinct trace here between them to the Tectosages. Hmm, the Toucht variation of Touch's has two t's, like TECTO.

If Teague's and Touch's can go to Tectosages, then the Tricks/Triggs/Tracks and Driggs, likewise using upright, green lions (in both colors of the Ripper lions), can go with Trice'/s/Triss' to the TROCmii.

Aha! The mere mention of Chives' above had me asking what "Tarves" could trace to, and, perhaps, it may go to "BrogiTARUS." That looks very good, suddenly. For while Brogitarus us suspect as a bull cult, Tarvos Trigaranos was a bull-and-crane cult. Taggarts (Chives colors) were first found in Ross-shire, not far from Tarves (closer to Aberdeen).

There is a Bassiano location near Fondi, and beside SarMONETo. That caused a look-up of the Monets as Hasmonean suspects linked to "AMYNTes." And Zowie, in the colors of the Savary and Dumas besant, the Monets/Monners/Monai's/Moneys use six besants. They were first found in Savoy, location of Modane. The write-up claims that the Monet variations are short-forms for "Hamon" or "Emon," but that is likely code for Hamon(d)s, right? Yes, and it seems to verify that Monets do trace to "Amyntes."

The Mountains look like Monet liners, and are obviously honored in the Chives cat-a-mountains. Chives' share the black moline with Mathis', first found in the same place, Burgundy, as the Messeys/Messier's; the latter use a saltire in Monet colors, and it even matches the saltire of French Mountains (white bulls, good one). I had already treated the Mountains a few years ago; they are said to be from southern France near St. Etienne. The point here is that English Mountains, first found in the same place as Quints, are using a version of the Monet Coat.

Then, while Gore's/Core's (same place as Mountains) share a white wolf with Gowers/Gore's, the latter use nearly the black Chives / Mathis moline. As the Cours/Courts (besants again) use a version of the Mountain / Monet Coat, and as both Gore Coats are linkable to the two Alan Coats, one can trace Mountains / Monets to Dol, important because the Motts, suspect at Modane, were first found in Brittany's Cotes du Nord, smack beside Dol. The Gowers, who are like "Cour," are also "Goward," like "Court," and then Cours/Courts were first found in Brittany.

The Minute's/Mynetts were first found in the same place as Hamons but are said to have been from Cotes du Nord. Now you know what this is all about. Amyntes Galatians are tracing to the doorstep of Alans... whom had befriended Fulbert "the Saxon," patriarch of the Pulcher-suspect Pollocks. But I say that Fulbert was of the family of Fulbert "the tanner" of Falaise, and it's known that Moline's/Mullens, who use another black moline, were of "the tanner's" family.

The Mountains are traced to Calvados first, then to an early ALEXANDER Muntini of Essex. What were Italians doing in Normandy at that time? Why are MAUDs/Molds, using a version of the MONmouth Coat, said to be from Italy? In the article below, one finds a genealogy of a Montagne family at Montiver, descended from the Claviere's. This is interesting because I trace Clavers/Cleavers to "Glaphyra," wife of an Alexander, grandson of Herod "the great," and therefore smack in the line to a merger with the Amyntes > Bassus line. Both the Clavers and Claviere's use keys: "A red shield with a silver saltire between four silver keys." That's the description of the Claviere's even though they are showing another Coat, a white-on-red hand (or fist perhaps) with two eagles beside it that are in the same positions as the two eagles in the Murena/Moratin Coat. This is extremely important for clinching the Claver-Glaphyra equation while clinching the Murena/Moratin link to Mauritanians, for Glaphyra married secondly, Juba, king of Mauritanians.

Why four keys? Julia Bassus QUADratilla? The Chives-related Sheaves/Chiava's/Chiapponi's use keys. There seems to be no doubt about it that the "seamhas" term in the Chives write-up traces to the Bassus Quadratilla > Bassianus line. Once we get this firmly planted into our heads, new realizations can happen quickly. We just find persons in this line and/or its offshoots that could have had a child around 20 BC. I'll tell you later why I'm thinking that Caiaphas may have been born from Derbe.

The Claviere's are in the colors of the Bouillons, and first found in the same place (Auvergne). The Arms of nearby Avignon uses keys. In the genealogy, the Claviere's had been Vileneuve's (Claviere colors) on one side, and then Neville's just happen to share the Claviere saltire. It looks like Neville's were Vileneuve's, and then the latter surname uses silver billets (!), a symbol of Etienne's as per the gold and silver Caepio bars in that area. Earlier, the Neville saltire traced to the Brison saltire!!! It means that Glaphyra elements with possibly Herod Archelaus (her third husband) were at Montbrison, or related to it. The Etienne billets are used in both colors by BESANcons/Bassets!

The war between Caepio and Boiorix was at Orange, which became part of Orange-Nassau, and then Nassau's use billets throughout their Shield, even as Vileneuve's do: "On a red shield billette, a silver lion with no tail." Why NO tail? Masseys/Massa''s use NO leaves. I now say it's code for a Non/Nevin relationship with same-colored Leaves'/Leve's. And it just so happens that Tails/Taylors use the Levi lions in colors reversed? The Tail lions are in the colors of the Chives cat-a-mountains, and the two together trace to the Cavii and neighboring Taulantii (Albania). The Nons/Nevins, whom I see as branches of Neve's and Nevers', might just be related to Neuve's / Vileneuve's. The Levi honored Aide's (same place as Brisons), remember, appeared to link to Artems/AITons, suspect with the Autun liners, Daytons, and then Autun was very related to neighboring Nevers.

The Autun and Nevers duo were from NEFERtiti and AkhenATEN, a royal couple that gave birth to king Tut. Akhenaten was descended from Yuya, a Mitanni liner that I trace to Methoni, otherwise called, Modon, and thus I trace the Yuya Mitanni to Modi'in, where Hasmoneans chose to live. Why there? It would not be surprising, therefore, if Levi's honored this Yuya line that went through the Aedui peoples of Autun, and that's what the Aide's/Ade's are now looking like. Should we be seeking the Yuya line in Galatia? Mythical Methoni was given OENeus as a father, and that to me was the line of Jonathan Levites...from the Galli > Galatian line, right? Now you're talking.

The silver cross of Bouillons is suspect as two bullion bars crossed. That makes sense to me. The VILeneuve lion is colors reversed to the Font de VILLE lion.

Now take a look at the phrase in quotes in the Vileneuve write-up: "dweller on the new FARM." Farms/Fermers (same place as Quints) share the gold hunting horn with Brisons, the Scottish Brisons, that is, the ones with the Pilate pheon. Then, Farms/Fermers -- suspect from FIRMiny, right? -- use the red stag of Colts/Colts, the one that has the Pilate pheon above its head! That latter symbolism can be seen in the Crest of Eustace's, of Eustace II, father of Godfrey de Bouillon, right? And that's how these peoples became rulers, not because they were respectable, but because they were born with golden spoons in their mouths.

Montiver is in ARDech.

The Wassa/Gace write-up calls the canton a "square." The Square/Squirrel surname uses a bear paw, and a "Tiens FERME" motto that now looks like code for Formia / Firminy elements. The Fullers use a similar motto term and use three horizontal bars in the colors of the Washington / Love/Luff / Fountain bars. Moreover, Fullers share a "beacon" with Belli's/Bellins while the bear paw is used by Bellino's. We have another heraldic match. Over and over again, my science tells the world that there has been a cover up of those who worship, literally worship, bloodlines. This is their god. Shame. I have yet to find one heraldic article online stating that heraldic symbols or motto terms are regularly code for kin, meaning that there has been, and continues to be, a cover up on the true meanings of heraldry. Shame.

There is a Welsh Bellin surname first found in Flintshire, beside Powys, and using the same cross as Bruges / Sinclairs / Arras'. The latter were from Artois, on the Belgian border, about 30 miles from Bruges. Artois is the location of Lieven and Fruges. The Bellins are in Pendragon colors, important because mythical Pendragon was of Cornwall with GORlois, now suspect with the Currys/CORRYs. Moreover, Pendragons use a helmet too that links well to the Helms/Helions that were found related to the Amyntes-suspect Mynetts. The OPEN helmets of Mynetts should be code for Openheims (MacArthur crown) that share the anchor with Firmins/Fermins using the Love/Luff lion heads. Are Openheims OPgalli liners?

The sun in the Firmin/Fermin surname can link to the same of Trigs/Tricks/Tracks / Drigs somewhat suspect with "TROCmii." For example, the DRUCK(er)s are also "Driker / Driggman" and use bull horns, the reported symbol of the BrogiTARUS and DeioTarus lines. If correct, it looks like "Trice/Triss" can also apply, and the latter's SEVEN roses may go to Rhodas = Laodicea, home of Zenon, the Asmon-suspect character that was father to PoleMON, the latter suspect with Akmonia, home of Julius Severus who traces excellently to SEPTimius Severus. Julius Severus was "paternal grandson of ARTemiDOROS" I'm keeping an eye out for anything that can trace to ancient Ardea, at the Anzio area of the Pontine theater.

The AMYNTes-suspect HAMONDs use a sun too, as well as sharing a falcon with the Trice/Triss Crest. Can we begin to see the possibility of an Amyntes link to El-Gabal's priests? Amyntes' father was priest of Kybele, and her son and husband was the Phrygian son god...yes, Attis, who had a castration symbol along with the Galli priests of Kybele, a symbol that became suspect in my mind as code for Hebrew / Jewish circumcision. It evokes the castration of Cronus, the Taurus cult, right? Ahh, now we're onto it. Zeus, the old Baal, coming round to offer Jesus on a cross, I get it. And that's why I think there are lightning and storm themes in Revelation...for Zeus' end at Armageddon.

I have just become more accepting of a Caiaphas trace to the Amyntes circle of puppets and stooges. The Masons have nothing to be proud of, which is why they disguise the heritage they are secretly proud of.

Now look at this trickindence: the Tricks/Triggs are using the same lion as Wheelers/Whellers. Let's recall the pelican-using Wellers that were suspect with Valerius Gratus, whose Gratus name I routinely trace to Le Mas and Dumas' like I know what I'm actually talking about. Then, note the "Avito" motto term of Wheelers/Whellers because Julius Maesa married Julius Avitus.

Two of the children of Julia Maesa and Julius Avitus ("born and raised in Emesa", final surname ALEXIANUS suggests Seleucid-Maccabees) were Julia Soaemiae and Julia Avita Mamaea. That easily traces Julius Bassianus back to Sohaemus' marriage with Drusilla of Massena, but assumes that the priestly line of Artemidoros > Julius Bassus became part of El-Gabal's priesthood. Perfect, just what I was starting to expect, anyway. The last time I saw the Mamaea name was in the Parthian wife (sister of a Iotapa) of Polemon II of the Pontus. Apparently, the Polemon line got either to the El-Gabal cult too, or skirted the cult and got involved in the ancestry of Julius Avitus. Here's the family tree of Julius Bassianus:

Julius Avitus was apparently from the family of emperor Titus, and may therefore have been directly descended from Josephus and/or Caiaphas:

Later [Avitus Alexianus] was promoted to the Roman Senate by the Roman emperor Lucius Septimius Severus...Alexianus...later served as Proconsul of Raetia [= Rieti, home of Titus] which may be dated to 196/197. During his proconsulship of Raetia, he dedicated an altar to the Emesene God Elagabalus. The altar and its inscription still intact, mentions him as a priest of the deified Roman emperor Titus.

The gyronny-related MacArthurs are suspect with the Arethusa / Arettium entity of the El-Gabal sun god, and then the curved Openheim perchevron is in the colors of the gyronny of Scottish Mathie's that likewise use the MacArthur crown. Hoppers use gyronny too [the day after writing here, "Hoppen" was checked to find the Hoppers! As Arthurs use an "Archy"-like variation, note the Hopper/Hoppen motto term with "MONarchy" translation]. One of two Openheim Coats uses a lion in the colors of the same (different position) of Welsh Mathews/Matts, as well as a spread eagle in the colors of the same of Massi's/Mattis'. German Matts use a curved perchevron of their own. We'd like to know why Openheims are Maccabee liners.

It dawns on me that since Pendragons (Hopper/Hoppen colors) use the open helmet while helmet-using Mynetts use the "open" code, OPENheims should be viewed as PENheims, so to speak, or more-simply, a Pendragon branch. The Pendragon-Crest description: "A helmet with the visor up." Why "up"? Now-obvious code for Open liners.

There is a Dutch Viser/Visser/Fiser surname (Visconti / Avezzano branch?) sharing white-on-green fish identical with the Ham and MacAbee salmon! This goes to my question of whether "OppenHEIMER" is a branch of Hammers, first found in the same place as Hams, and in the same colors. In fact, Hammers share the dolphin with Tippers (same place as Pendragons) that I expect in the "teipsum" motto term of Pendragons. The Ordovices to which I trace Arthurs are said, by Wikipedia, to have been named after "hammer." It's all a little confusing with so many hammers being swung about, but we really can nail this thing with some concentration.

The HAMon(d)s are coming to mind that not only smack of "Amyntes," the term that Mynetts likewise reflect, but Mynetts and Hamonds were both first found in Kent! Amazing. I didn't expect proof that Hamons could trace to "Amyntes." The Hamond motto traces to Maschi's of Rimini, who use the same lion as Voirs/Voyers said to have been first found in Gripel and PENhoet; hmm. The Hams and Hammers (both in Sussex, beside Kent) can thus be play on "Hamon(d)," and so the family of Amyntes is suspect in the Maccabee family. I wonder how that may have worked.

Although I tried "Mint" and "Mynt" without luck earlier, "Mindy" just came to mind, and it got the bee-using Munds! Amazing. The surname shows "Mynd" and "Mind"; the bees-on-a-chevron are a virtual copy of the bees-on-a-chevron of the Leaves/Leve's! This has got to be a line from king / priest Amyntes that had merged with Mr. Laevillus.

Although Minds, who are also "Mund," were traced to "Muntenia," in Wallachia, that is not necessarily incorrect, for Muntenia begins at roughly or exactly at Galati! I do recall that Muntenia includes the Buzau river that has a mouth near Galati. Therefore, it appears that Muntenia was related to either of the two Amyntes' in the family of Julius Bassus. I was skeptical in the beginning; I didn't think any surnames would trace to Amyntes, let alone be proven to do so. The Mind/Mund Crest is a heath-cock, and Heaths/Heths use the rooster too, as do Jonathans/Jonas'.

I didn't plan on getting off the Mathie topic like this, and apparently I'm not, for Mandy's/MONdays (purple lozenges) look to be using a version of the Mathie and Welsh Matthew Shields! Let's not forget the Mons/Monds. And the Heaths/Heths (could be using the Capone Coat) happen to use a perchevron in colors reversed from that of German Matts! The Mandy/Monday cross can be that of Macclesfield / Meighs / Sinclairs / Fessys/Vesseys, and perhaps Visers/Vessers apply to the latter. The Vessler variation may indicate a Wessel / Wissel branch.

Isn't the "Fac et" motto phrase of Mathie's code for Faucets? Apparently, for the Mathie lion is colors reversed from the Faucet / Side/Sudy, Side and Sitlers lions, and the latter's lions are in the colors of the same of Welsh Matthews ("moorCOCK on a mountain" traces to Maccabee-liner Cocks and Grimaldi's). However, the FACamp location of Mandys/Mondays may also apply to that motto term. The Mandy motto can go to bee-using Deas'.

Aha! If you make the Mandy/MONday cross in colors reversed, it becomes both the Sinclair and Passe/Pascal cross (Rollo's use "passe"), wherefore the purple lozenges in the Mandy Cross can link to the purple Shield of English Pace's/Paice's suspect with the Pessinus line to Pascals! AkMONia is near Pessinus!! Thou can commit to that because it works. One can then entertain a Pessinus trace to Paisley and Paisleys.

Why should Mathie's/Makens trace to the Fondi theater? Ask the Seleucids that merged with the line of Mattathias Hasmonean. They must have had wicked things happening between Fondi and Sardinia. What else do rulers do with their treasures but become evil?

Teach's/Tache's/Tash's (Tease colors) are tricky, but can be identified with English Mathies'/Matthews and Scottish Matthews. As Teach's/Tache's/Tash's were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Clare's (and DEACONS), it can verify that English Mathie's/Matthews are using the three Clare chevrons in colors reversed. As German Asch's/Ash's do share three red chevrons with Clare's, the Teach/Tash write-up seems correct (miracle of miracles) in tracing to "at asche" or something similar. But what was this As-like entity? English Ash's use two black chevrons in the colors of the three of Catys'/Cadys, and while Ash's (same place as same-colored Chives') are said to be from D'Esse Court, it seems that Ash's (in Catys/Cady colors) are Hesse liners merged with the Chatti of Hesse. This tends to verify that Cotys/ArchDEACONS were of the Hesse-region Chatti, and thus tends to verify that the Levi's (likewise use three black chevrons) were merged with Hesse-Chatti elements.

Deacons and Decans use the same cross as Chatti-suspect Haddingtons, home of the Keith Catti. Addingtons ("catamountain," looks linkable to Chives Crest) were first found in Devon, where Ash's / Chives' were first found. The Addington cat holds a blue shield, as does the Ripper lion. Chives' already traced to the Ripper, and the Cotys'/Archdeacons are suspect with royal Cottians there. It therefore seems that Haddingtons and Addingtons (Coat looks like that of Shaws/Sheaves', kin of Chives') are tracing to the royal Cottians.

As I trace Hesse to Has in Albania, beside Krume, lets talk about the Crom cat, and the Berk cat-a-mountain, for Shaws/Sheaves and Croms were first found in Berkshire. And the split Shield of Addingtons can be gleaned as that of Foix'/Foys, first found in the same place as Levi's and Chappes', for Berks use a "foy" motto term. And they use a "roy" motto term too, while Brittany Roys (Cour bend?) use the bend-and-stars of Has-based Dawsons. So, if correct to identify cat-a-mountains with Amyntes, we have a trace going both the Albanians and Galatians at southern France. Why? However, I would not restrict Mountain liners to MontIver only only. Ivers are Eure and Hanan liners, right?

The bend of the other Foix/Foy Coat rises left-to-right and can therefore be the Dober bend, for Dober is near Has and smack beside Cupionich. This picture can give an identify to the Levi-honored Aide's/Ade's/Addeys (Keaton leopards) as Addingtons, suspect from the Catti, whereas the other theory had the Aide's from Autun liners. I think I prefer the Aide = Addington theory, especially as the Aide Crest shares a gold fleur with Addingtons, and also due to my fundamental link of Levite liners to Shaws.

Aha! The next day, "Caide" was entered to find "SHEAVES of wheat" and "pennants" in the Caide/Cade Coat, where the grabs are in the colors of the same of Deeds/Dade's...Dayton/Daton suspects...and yet pennants are used by Catys/Cadys. The green cross in the Caide Crest is used as a giant one by Grenons. This represents an important part of Levi's which I have not had engrained in my mind, yet just look at how it tends to verify the long-standing claim that Shaws/Seths were of the priestly lines from Israel. In fact, I see Shawia Numidians as ancestral to those priests.

I didn't know how the Massena Numidians figured into Maccabee formation. I've had to guess, but now have reason to trace back to Bassus-line Galatians of about 50 BC. That's not far enough back to tell the whole story, but it just happens to go to Akmonia, a Hasmon-like term. It could mean simply that Akmonia was named after Hasmoneans proper, prostituting themselves amongst the heathen rulers, and partaking in their history. The fact that Akmonia is where the old Galli priesthood was situated, and that Brogitarus was a priest of the Great Mother argues for this being the Biblical-Harlot line through the Israeli priesthood. The Gaius-Julius names involved links to the Roman Patricians, as expected for the Revelation Harlot that rules over the kings of the whole earth. The Arthurian "holy grail" can link to this thing in more than one way.

Those pennants we just saw are for the Pennants of Wales, sharing the Trevor Tudor Coat, and thus suspect with Arthurian lines in red-dragon Wales. The PennANTs (ANTelope!) have a Shield split diagonally in the colors (ermine background included) of the split-Shield of Addingtons...Hatti liners merged with the priests of Israel, right? Regardless of anything having to do with this Galatian line to Bassus' and the Seleucid-Maccabee line, the "Aequo" motto term of Pennants would have been traced with the pennant-using Cowes' to Qewe at Cilicia, and it just happens that the Bassus line merged with rulers of Cilicia, propped up by the Roman leader, Mark ANTony (suspect in the ANTelope entity)...who was the extension of the Julius-Caesar circle to Cassels of Hesse, and to Cass' of Sardinia, to Caesars of Kent, to Caseys and Julians / Guille's, Teague's, and many others.

To support the Catti-Pendragon merger more, Irish Penders/Pendergrass' (another antelope makes the link to Pennants certain), from the Clare circles of Wales, use the Keith motto. It tends to trace the Pennant / Trevor lion to the lion of Clare-related Mathie's / Matthews, but let's not forget that Pamphylia-suspect Pembroke's (like "Bamberg") use the Mazzo bend-with-griffin. Were Mathie's and Mazzo's the same line? There was a Maso Sea peoples at the Clarus theater. Do Pembroke's trace to Derbe in Pamphylia? Derby use another antelope. Bamburgs/Bambergs use what could be construed as a pennant, and Bamburgs/Banburys use a version of the Coat of Deacons / Haddingtons, first found in the same place as Clare's. Penns/Penners honor Clare's in their motto. Arthurs call their rests as "clarions" too. But compare the Bamburgs/Banburys also to Pascals (same place as Quints) now tracing to Caiaphas suspects at Pessinus on the Sakarya. The Hatti, suspect in Haddingtons, were represented by mythical Attis, husband of Kybele on the Pessinus! Therefore, expect the Galli and all related elements in Lothian, but connect hard to the Clarus-line Clare's of Roslin. This is the Harlot line to Templars and Crusaders.

The question is, to which time period do Clare's trace to Clarus? Was it at the time of Maccabee formation? Were the Arddu-theater Welsh involved with Clarus elements at about 200-150 BC? That is, were the Ordovices and the namers of Mona involved? There was an ancient Ordu entity on the Pontus near Samsum.

To clinch the Bamburg/Banbury trace to Haddingtons, the so-called garland in Bamburg/Banbury Crest is for Garlands that use the three vertical bars of the Keith Chief exactly (positioning included). Now we know that Keiths were merged with Gar liners. As Lothian elements had traced hard to the Fondi theater, it reminds me of the Gari river in that area to which Gars had been traced. The Gari is associated largely with its FROSinone location, but the Anagni and Segni locations at the sources of the Gari interest me too. Frosinone could be a Froggit / Frock/Frogg liner just because Grimaldi's use "frock" in their write-up while Grimaldi's lived where Segni's were first found (Genoa). The river upon which Setia sits has a source at the same Segni theater! Excellent, for the Keath variation suggests linkage to Seatons/Sittens...Setia liners, right?

The Bamburg use a red "TRIANGular bend" as apparent code for Drengot Normans, and Gars use a red bend too in the colors of the Mathie / Matthew gyronny, important because Gars share the Mathie lion. The Karen variation of Gars tells me that they were Kerns/Karens = Carians of Latmus, smack beside Clarus! As Mathie's/MAKENs are being traced to Mattathias Hasmonean, can we tentatively expect Akmonia elements to have linked to Clarus elements such as false-prophet Mopsus/MUKsus liners? Mathie's/Makens even share a scimitar with Scottish Mochs/Mochrys! Compare with the Mopps/MOTburley Coat (both are Washington liners). The female holding a sword in the Mopps/Motburley Crest could be Artemis = the Great Mother of the Clarus theater.

This is getting very reasonable. It does look like Maccabees were Muksus elements from old Mosul/Mepsila, expected on the Macestus river at Mysia. The Derbe elements that I now expect in Maccabee formation can include Durleys (Massey kin?), first found in Derbyshire (beside Masseys), and perhaps in the ModDURley variation of Mopps' (same place as Masseys). Dorians? Durleys use fleur in the colors of the same of Masseys and Asmans.

There couldn't have been a great population in Lanark 1,000 years ago. It's where Aikens ("vigilANTIA") and Ackman liners lived, and where Mochs/Mochrys (in Aiken colors) were first found. Is that helping to make the Akmonia link to Muksus elements? As the motto of Mochs/Mochrys use "esse quam," can we not include the Hesse-liner Ash's of D'Esse Court as a branch of Ackmans? Yes, and that helps to identify Akmonia as a Has entity, not forgetting that Hesse's use a giant sun expected of El-Gabal elements (at Gabuleum, beside Has). The "Qua" motto term of Scottish Roys (Lanarkshire) can indicate Qewe liners in that area of Scotland.

I'm understanding the link between Pamphylians and Paphlagonian HENETi in the Antler-like terms. It must have to do with the Cabelees on the Galatia-Pamphylian border. The Heneti (Parthenius river of Phrygia) were represented by the Aphrodite > Venus line to the red stag of Venus' and Khaldi-based Celts/Colts. The latter were first found in the same place as Galts/Galls, and while they trace well to mythical Galatea at Etna, there was "another" Galatea, Pygmalion's Aphrodite. It's easily understood that Galatea was representation of Aphrodite's Galli queers, child molesters, and the absolute scum of the planet that now rule much of the planet.

Dutch Ackermans use the black Aiken roosters in the colors of the Kopple rooster. Why is the first symbol of English Ackermans (stag, Dorset) a "man's sleeve" rather than a woman's or just plain 'sleeve"? Isn't that code for the Mens lines = Maeonians? Pepins, suspect from Paphlagonians, honor the Mens', right? That makes sense. And the Asman bend used by Rasmussens/Assmans is in Pepin-bend colors, which can trace Pepins and Men's to Maeonian-suspect AkMONia. Nothing could make more sense in heraldry. The sleeve is a Toeni/Tony symbol, and they are suspect with ANTonys. As Derbys use the antelope while the Arms of Derbyshire uses the stag (antlers, right), it seems that this picture traces to the Derbe Pamphylians.

The Geis term in the Dutch-Ackerman write-up gets the Geis/Gise surname (Rhineland, home of Khazar Jewry) sharing a white-on-red hand with Claviere's at MontIVER, and then Iver's share the quarters of the English Ackermans. This tends to clinch a trace of Ivers, Hanans and Malls to MontIver in Ardech.

Ardes was just entered seeking Ardech elements, and that got a Coat like the Popleys/Poppys, suspect with Poppa of Bamberg as well as with mythical Popiel at the Mouse Tower. The Ardes/Ard Coat is strikingly like the Bessin/Beeston / Biston Coat so that Ardes' are suspect with the Artemidoros > Bassus > Bassianus line. The Ardes' share a black bend with Cheneys (colors reversed from the Pepin bend), first found in the same place (Buckinghamshire) as Ardes'/Ards and Penns/Penners. The Cheney "bulls scalp" can now link to the same of TROCmii-suspect Druckers...begging the question of whether "TROCmii" was a Thraco/Thrace term, for Ardes'/Ards are suspect from Arda of downtown Thrace. This can trace Cheneys to the Caeni of Thrace, smack beside the Astica theater, and then Sticks are in Cheney-bend colors. The Chaine's/Chenays are likely using the Moch sword. The Cheney bend-with-martlets are in the colors of the Acker bend-with-acorns. The dove in the Acker Crest will become important later for tracing to Derbe, and to the dove symbol used at Jesus' baptism.

To this it needs to be added that Cable's/Cabels (same place as Sticks!) use a red fesse over their fretty lattice, as do Caens/Canns (Dorset)! That's a trace to the Cabelees, and then there is a Cabyle location in northern Thrace accessed from a river with a mouth at Arda (home of Dorian-suspect Odrysians that trace to Atrebates and neighboring Dorset). The five white ostrich feathers of Caens are in the Arms of Traby, an excellent reason to trace Trabys and Astikas to Tarpodizus and neighboring Astica. The red fesse of Caens and Cable's is therefore suspect as the fesse of Liebers, they being likely in the "liberte" motto term of Ackers.

AHA! I get it. The Arms of Vilnius uses an axe (on a fasces), and axe's trace to the labrys axe of Crete, where I must trace Liebers and similar entities. The labrys was associated with the labyrinth bull pen of the Minoan Minotaur (likely Maeonians), and then I read and reported that these terms trace to Zeus-LabrAUNDA of Caria. I didn't realize until now that this smacks of "Laranda," beside Derbe! Likely, therefore, BrogiTARUS and DeioTARUS were from this Zeus-Labraunda entity. The Lithuanian area (location of Vilnius) has some wolf themes, and then the Lithuanian goddess, Lada, was the name of a Lycian goddess while "lycos" to the Greeks was the wolf. Then, it just so happens that Laranda is in Lycaonia (Derbe and Laranda are on that map), a known wolf entity related to Zeus (see mythical Lycaon). Lada was obviously the same as wolf-liner Leto, who had a false-prophet home at Clarus!

Merry Larunda and a Happy New Year

You need to trace this Maccabee-suspect picture to Vilaine, home of Dol and smack beside the Motts and Mynetts. We now have a pretty good idea of where the oak leaves on the red Alan fesse trace, to the oak-branch Liebers and to Akmonia. Right? Daniel 11:21 calls the anti-Christ a smooth talker (see Strong's Concordance for the Hebrew term used), the very phrase in the Lieber write-up. Do you think that phrase was entered deliberately in the Lieber write-up to give hint that the Masons have already decided to set up an anti-Christ globalism based on the Leiber bloodline? I had found that the U.S. military has been in the control of Stewart liners.

The red Stewart / Brock lion is now highly suspect with the Leiber (not "Lieber") lion...on a Shield quartered in colors reversed from the Iver quarters. That should explain why Mountains (MontIVER) look linkable to the Brittany Cours/Courts. Leibers were first found in Brunswick, where Alans had traced with the pelican-using Langs. Leibers even share the tree stump with German Brocks(en)s. The Cour/Court, Mountain and Monet bends are all in the colors of the Bruno bend.

It makes a lot of sense to expect the False Prophet from Leiber lines, a Sarpedon-of-Crete settlement in the Clarus area, then extending to Akmonia elements. Sarpedon, whom I view as proto-Sorb Garebites, was a representation of Minoans settling the Maeander river (Minoans look like distant Maeonian kin). Hence, the formation of HasMONians from this Minoan-Maeonian entity that may have named Amyntes. I'm going to do an aside from the original topic, much of which is already written below. I'm going to take you to some interesting, if not very-pertinent, thoughts on mythical Larunda, asking if she can link to Zeus-Labraunda and the related Sarpedon Minoans.

For starters I'd like to mention that the Claviere hand looks like a fist, almost, while a fist is used by the Fist/Faust surname, sharing a blue Shield with McLeods ("Hold Fast" motto). The Claviere / Geis/Gise hands are in the colors of Lanarks/LURNachs, wherefore Larunda is suspect already with the Aikens and Ackmanns of Lanarkshire, which is to say that she is linking to Akmonia liners. The Fast surname (listed with WithiPOOLs) uses a bend-with-symbols in the colors of the LORRAINE bend-with-symbols, and thus we have a story already:

Larunda (also Larunde, Laranda, Lara) was a naiad nymph, daughter of the river Almo in Ovid's Fasti. (The only known mythography attached to Lara is little, late and poetic coming to us from Ovid's Fasti.)...Juturna (Larunda's fellow nymph, and the wife of Janus)...Lara thereby became mother to two children, referred to as the Lares, invisible household gods...

Larunda is likely identical with Muta "the mute one" and Tacita "the silent one", nymphs or minor goddesses.

...She is also the mother and guardian to ghosts, or lares, who reside in the hearth and protect the family. In Rome, festival day Larentalia* was a time to say prayers for the dead and the nation, as well as to bring joy to one's home.

...*Larentalia: In Roman mythology Acca Larentia's festival which was celebrated on December 23.

It appears that there was a week-long celebration to Larunda, in the last week of December until the new year in the month of Janus. The use of "Acca" recalls my trace of Sarpedon Garebites to Harbiye (at Syria's Daphne, later the Seleucid capital, Antioch) and mount Aqra = Saphon, mountain of Baal. The suspicion was that "Aqra" (Modern name of the mountain) could be from Acre/Akko. And so the "Acca Larentia" entity can be in the "Acca" term of the Acker write-up so as to play perfectly into the Aiken and Ackman surnames of Larunda-suspect Lanarkshire. Daphne's symbol, the laurel, is used by Lorraine's, Lowrys, and Larrys/Lawrie's. See the Labraunda-like term in the Larin/Clarin write-up, and link to the Carrick talbot dog, a Labrador species for a reason.

After these thoughts, the McLeod septs were loaded to see the Teague's listed. That gives us three things -- the bull (McLeod Crest), a Tectosages-suspect surname, as well as a "Hold FAST" motto -- that can all apply to Larunda / Laranda / Zeus-Labraunda elements.

Then the MacInTOCH septs were loaded to see the Aeson sept and many others that can be regarded as Assi / Azzi liners, for MacIntochs seem like Tocharians and Gomerians to me. The "Touch" motto term of MacIntochs gets the green-lion Touch's/TOUCHT's (two t's like "TECTOsages), and then Lorraine's/Loran use green lions too, what a larincidence. Did you happen to notice the TECTO-like look of "Tacita," And then there was "Muta," perhaps play on Mott liners...which I expect between Methoni/Modon and Modena. You understand that "tacita" and "muta" were dictionary words to the Romans that could have been used as codes for real entities of similar spellings. That's how many myth terms develop. If I'm not mistake, the Lorne's are in some Lanark variations.

Tacitus, hater of Christians, and said by some to have been born in the part of Gaul that included mount Pilat, was apparently named after Tacita elements. Like Jesus said, they have ears, but can't hear.

The Ripleys/Rippers are listed as MacIntoch septs, and then they use the green lion in both colors of the Lorraine lion (and Trick/Trigg lion). The MacAbee's and Kintyre liners are also listed as MacIntoch septs.

As soon as the Safewright sept was loaded, a "grub" started to chirp. Whether it's the same grub or not I don't know, but if it's the same one, it's moving from one piece of wood to the other. I've just found the piece that was making the noise, but it had tight bark. However, the surface was pitted with small craters and "bubbles" not yet open. Once the bubbles are opened, they form the craters. This piece, like the others, has sticky sap, food for the grubs I assume. I checked inside several the craters, but could not find whatever was making the "chirp." I noted that anything scratching the wood that represents the opened bubbles would make the "chirp" noise. The grub is still a mystery; I don't know what it is. But I am always attentive when one chirps up. This time it did so on a surname that uses "A hand holding a thunderbolt." I don't come across lightning bolts very often, but Thor-related Tyros use one that they call a crampon. The thunderbolt is a symbol of Zeus, and the Safewright Coat uses a battle axe, which I'll assume is code for Cretan liners to mythical Batia, daughter of Tocharian-suspect Teucer. It all fits with the discussion at hand so that the grub did it again!

The first time the grub sounded, two updates ago, I called it a "grub" for lack of another term, and then, later in the update, it chirped importantly at the Avis surname using Gareb-suspect garbs, a term like "grub." Am I not on a Garebite line as we speak? Yes. Derbys use garbs.

And the SAFEwright surname reminds me of Safers that I routinely view as Savarys! Isn't that suggesting the Tectosages line of Julius Severus' family? By what coincidence do Safers (same place as Mochs) use eagles (why five?) in the white-on-red colors of the Lorraine eagles??? Amazing coincidences.

The Laurie/Larry Coat shows a grail with the filthy laurel of Daphne within. The Shield is split in the colors of the split Kaplan / Gardner Coat, and then a Lawrence Gardner wrote a book on "holy-grail" themes of a disgusting nature. Lawrence's use a cross in the colors of the Bamburg/Banbury cross so as to be traceable to Pamphylia, which is said because the turbot in the Lawrence Crest smacks of "Derbe." As I trace the Harlot, suspect in the grail cup, to Istria, the location of Pula, note that the Laurie/Larry motto is "RePULLUlat." The quarters of the WithiPOOL/FAST Coat (the one with the Lorraine-suspect bend) are in the colors of the Petty quarters while Pula is also Pietas-Julia.

These quarters are the colors of the split Shield of Tarves' (axe) who may be a Turbot branch. The Turbots use fish in colors reversed to the boars of Irish Darbys/DERMOTs, and so it may appear that TURBOTs are play on the fish by the same but originally from Dermot liners. Why should Laurie's/Larrys, Lawrence's, and similar others trace to Derbe? The DerMOTT and DerMUTT variations smack of Motts and muta combined. These findings come AFTER I began to realize that Derbe would prove to be important as per Israeli-priest involvement.

I had not conceived of the Darbys/Dermots until now, and here I find that they are traced to king TEIGE, son of MurTOCH. The "probTAQUE" motto term of Darbys/Dermots gets the Teach's/Tache's/Tash's said to be from "at asche." This is the Coat using a combination of Mathie / Matthew and Clare devices.

The Darby/Dermot description can be traced to PAMphylia if the Banner-related BAUMgardners trace there: "A blue demi-lion rampant holding a gold sceptre below a banner reading 'Honor et virtus.'" First of all, this blue lion is probably the Caepio-line lion as it belonged to Publius Pulcher, for Taque's/Teach's use the Pulley/Pullen scallop. The two "honor" codes of Darbys/Dermots is for the Honors (all three features of the Stewart stag) that use "trippant stags," and that can only mean that the Darby/Dermot crosslets are those of Trips...and Gore's, and therefore of Windsors. Another way to put that, since Gore's are a merger with Alans, is that Derbys and Dermots were merged with Stewarts of the elite-Windsor kind.

Mythical Larunda (suspect with the real location of Laranda about a dozen miles from Derbe) had a hearth and chimney symbol evoking Santa Claus on the eve of December 24th, one day before Larunda was celebrated. Perhaps the creator of "Christmas" made it on the 24th so as to hide connection to Acca Larunda. Already, I can begin to see Laranda as part of the Attis and El-Gabal sun gods, for the Christmas pine was a symbol of Attis, and I've read that December 25 was the birthday of the sun god, though I don't recall evidence for that claim. The Macer surname is listed with Masseys/Maceys:

In one mythological tradition (that of Licinius Macer, et al.), [Larunda] was the wife of the shepherd Faustulus, and therefore the adoptive mother of Romulus and Remus, whom she is said to have saved after they were thrown into the Tiber on the orders of Amulius [who's that?]. She had twelve sons [as in 12 reindeer?], and on the death of one of them Romulus took his place, and with the remaining eleven founded the college of the Arval brothers (Fratres Arvales). She is therefore identified with the Dea Dia of that collegium. The flamen Quirinalis acted in the role of Romulus (deified as Quirinus) to perform funerary rites for his foster mother.

In the mythical genealogy (below) of Roman formation created by Virgil under Augustus, and likely to please Augustus, most of the early characters are simple depictions of Latin elements at Alba Longa, beside Rome, but he throws is a Capys and his son, Capetus, suggesting his choice of what must have been the line to Caepio's? Why, of all families, did he chose this one? Was it a line from Cappadocia?

For Capys' father, he gives Atys, and so one easily understands that he's tracing to the Cotys > Attis > Lydus line. After making a Tiber-river element the son of Capetus, he throws in an Agrippa character, which is likely an Agrippa line to Augustus. I don't see what else that could mean. Didn't the Seleucid-Maccabee line trace back, with an Agrippa entity. to Augustus' Sabine wife, Livia? If I'm not mistaken, the Quirinus cult above was a Cretan line of Curetes > Quirites to the Sabines, and the grub line to Avezzano could very well have been a Sarpedon line to Avezzano.

There is/was this online quote: "[The Cruithne] were a matrilineal people. The Cruithne of Scotland are the original Albans, or natives of Albany (Scotland north of the Firth of Forth), and are commonly referred to as Picts." The Sabine Quirites were matrilineal too, which brings to mine the "rape of the Sabines," a myth that paired early Roman fighters wholly with Sabine women. It could be code for a matrilineal peoples, and as Romans were founded by the line of 600 Benjamites (of proto-Rome Rimmon) that took women wholly from Jabesh-Gilead, that being the proto-Jupiter, one can trace the Benjamin-Jabesh merger to Zeus (proto-Jupiter) in Crete, the father, with Hebrew-suspect Europa, of the Minoans. And so I imagine Garebites in that Cretan peoples that was represented by Sarpedon.

Could we conceive of Garebites in "Agrippa"? I can.

From my old chapter that sought the details of Cabelees, there was this online quote: "Sarpedon was king in Milatos [Crete], what is today Mallia (he later went to Asia Minor and founded Miletos..." (round bracket not mine)." This was interpreted as a honey cult in Crete, otherwise known as AMALthea, suspect with Biblical Amalekites, for Sarpedon's brother, Rhadamanthes, was placed by a writer(s) in Boiotia, home of the Melia honey cult. I then wrote: "The easy conclusion I make is that Sarpedon belonged to the Curetes under Cretan-Zeus codeword, "Melisseus"...It is my opinion, therefore, that Sarpedon Curetes connect with Molosse of Epirus and Molise of Sabina Italy (i.e. the Quirites)." The chapter identifies the Sabine Opis/Ops cult with PISidians (= Zeus' brother from Tyrians), fellow tribe with Cabelees, and living on the west side of Pamphylians.

Back to the Agrippa in Virgil's Roman genealogy. He was made the father of an early Romulus, which tends to indicate the Garebite merger with Rimmon's Ben-Jabeshites. As Garebites (my term, not Biblical) of Jerusalem were Rephaites, I now believe, and as I see the Charops > ORPHeus line as Rephaites, it's notable that there was a city of Arpi (eastern Italy) that may have named the Hirpini at Campania i.e. beside Capua. The Hirpini (Wolf People) were in Apollo-suspect Abellinum/Avellino, and are thus suspect in the wolf symbol of Romulus, with the Latons themselves (west side of mount Sabine) being from Latona, Apollo's Lydian mother. A later Romulus married Mars, i.e. the Marsi on the east side of mount Sabine, where we find bee-suspect Avezzano. It's all tending to verify that Virgil was generally correct in his choice of terms for the representation of major elements in the formation of Romans.

After Romulus, father of Agrippa, Virgil threw in an Aventinus, one of the seven hills of Rome that may have been a Heneti > Veneti element, expected. Then, the son of Aventinus was Procus, father of Numitor and Amulius above. That looks like the Numidians, and perhaps the "PROCus" entity, which I'm not familiar with, came to name BROGitarus, for I am half-expecting the Massena Numidians in Brogitarus' ancestry. Wikipedia suggests that Procus may have been of Prochyte, a relative of Aeneas. I suppose that, with a Rome trace to the Mysians (Aeneas was a Mysian), some Phrygian elements are expected. Perhaps Prochyte was the proto-Brigit. "Prochyte" is like the cherry-using Froggits, and cherries are used by Messervys/Masservys/Misers. There is an island of Procida (at Cape Miseno) off the cost of Naples that Wikipedia thinks the Prochyte term is alluding to. The historians tried to figure the derivation of "Procida" from some local feature, not looking to some outside entity that settlers may have brought with them. The Brocoff variation of Prusa's, from the Prusa river of Masino-like Mysia, smack beside Phrygia, comes to mind.

The Messervy surname traces to "messier, meaning HarVESTer or reaper." That could be code-studded, one for Harvey-line Garebites, for example, and another for VESTa, who you will see below as a Marsi-related entity, mother of the Romans, and suspect with AVEZZano...home of grubby Garebites, right? There is a Missen/Moussen/Mustin surname sharing the erect sword with Mochs, first found in the same place as Messeys/MESSIERs, and said to be from "Moucon" (Normandy). It looks like we found the namers of Cape Miseno already, and the Mochs/Mouchets trace to mythical Muksus at the Macestus river smack beside (almost) the Prusa.

As the Moussin variation suggests RasMussens/Assmans, perhaps this was an Akmonia liner, for it shares the red-and-white chevron with Aikens. IN FACT ZOWIE, I've just realized that the Coat of Missens/Moussins is a virtual copy of the Cherrys (!), first found in Derby!! It assures that Missens/Moussins are a branch of cherry-using Messervys. Cherrys use the Vita/Vio annulet so that they may trace to Julius Avitus, suspect with Biblical Avvites at Avith. See the same-colored Chimney chevron and the Derby antelope in the Chimney Crest. Same-colored MUSTs (antelope) are listed with Mousquette's/Muskets so that Missens/MUSTins do trace to Moch/Moucet elements. Musts/Mousquette's were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Clare's that trace to Mopsus/Muksus operating at Daphne-like seer cult at Clarus.

Can we take the Froggits seriously as being from Procida? The Frocks/Froggs use annulets too, and they were first found in Shropshire, beside Derbyshire, as well as beside Masseys of Cheshire. Froggits were first found in Derbyshire.

The Rasmussen uniCORN traces to Cornwall, where Messervys lived that can now be identified with the Apollo Muses on Avalon, as depicted by the nine witches of Avalon (rooted in Gorlois of Cornwall), all tracing to Avellino, i.e. near cape Miseno. Recall the green-on-gold lion of Tricks, Rippers, and Lorraine's, for Morgans use one too, as do Daphne- and Vey-suspect Duffys (see Fie's/Feys/Duffie's). Rippers look like they can apply to "reaper" in the Missen/Moussin write-up.

I tend to think that Daphne in "Saphon" traces to mount "Sabina," home of Safini. One could then trace Taphians of the Akheloos river (home of Seir-suspect Sirens whom I found off the coast of Italy around or south of Naples) to mount Sabina, and that could get Astikas-family elements from the Astakos location off the Akheloos) to mount Sabine (along the Salto river), important because Astikas-related Trabys can be of the Derby elements at Sabine. Astakos faces Ithaca, home of Odysseus whom was transported in myth to an occult entity of the Colchian off the western Italian coast somewhere. One can even link the Siron/Siret/Sire Coat to the Arms of Vilnius on multiple counts. If I recall correctly, Sirens were found in a term related to Sorrento, about 25 miles from Procida.

Derbys (Frock/Frogg colors) use garbs, and Derbyshire is beside Cheshire, where Salto-river Sale's/Sallete's were first found. The turbot of Daphne-suspect Lawrence's looked like it was a Darby/Dermot element. I think what this amounts to is a Clarus link to ancient Derbe.

Hmm, as Derbe was made part of GALATia, compare with "SALLETE," or with the "the Selletae" on the north side of Astica. That is tricky, but, if correct, I suppose it traces Galatians to the Salto river. The Selletae were suspect with "Scolati," the name that Royal Scythians called themselves, and then the Schole's are using the Shield of Patents while Galatia-suspect Galts/Galls/Haws use a "Patentia" motto term. Hmm. On the Lycaonia map above, you can see PERTA, in Lycaonia, and then Galts and Celts/Colts were first found in PERTHshire. Moreover, I see Perts/Petts as a line of Pettys that share the PARROT with Froggits. If that's not enough, BAUMgardners use the parrot too!!! I was right: Baumgardners trace to Pamphylia.

I've never known this Perta location, but I did trace the "PAMPered child" code in the Pert/Pett write-up to PAMphylia!!! Good one, John, give thyself a pett on the back. "Pampered" can even be part-code for Piere's / Parots. Recall what was written earlier: "The Darby/Dermot description can be traced to PAMphylia if the BAUMgardners trace there: "A blue demi-lion rampant holding a gold sceptre below a banner reading 'Honor et virtus.'"" That only helps to assure that these traces to Lycaonia, included Derbyshire to Derbe, are correct. How else can we interPRET this? Don't be a petti historian. Get light and lurn.

Look at how Pamphylia borders Lycaonia. As the Pert motto is Ardens, while the surname was first found in the same place (Kent) as Mynetts and Hamonds (i.e. the Amyntes > Artemidoros line out of Akmonia), the Pert/Pett bend could be the Ackman bend, the latter surname being of Lanarkshire, where the LURNach bloodline (same place as MacArthurs) lived that is now tracing to Laranda of Lycaonia.

Perta is on a lake Tatta, which could trace to Tate's / Tattons and all of what it could mean as involves the line of kin Tut.

I suppose that all of this can begin to link BROGitarus to Procida elements in that Brogitarus is independently linking to Clarus and Derbe elements, at least by circumstantial arguments.


Brogitarus of the Trocmi, about 100-50 BC (I'm guessing), father of Amyntes, king of Cappadocia and ruler in Lycaonia, father of Artemidoros (married the Tectosagii supported by Mr. Caepionis-Pulcher), grandfather of Julius Severus (said to be born around 25 AD), father of Julius Bassus, father of Julius Quadratus Bassus, legate of Judea after the fall of Jerusalem, and husband of Julia of Cilicia. One way to get this straight is to remember that the Severus > Bassus > Bassianus line, that married Septimius Severus, was from both Amyntes', of both the Trocmii and Tectosages.

The dragon line to Templars was from both Galatian peoples, and the ancestry of one or both of Amyntes' is suspect with Maccabee formation, and with the line to Caiaphas and/or Annas. The better I can understand the situation all-around, the better I can identify Caiaphas' parents, though I think, if ever I do it correctly, I'm going to need more Help.

Back to Virgil's genealogy. I'm seeing the proto-Neamt area of Moldova as the origin of Numitor, for I trace Augustus to an Augustus/Angustus location that I've tracked to a Trotus river smack on the south side of Neamt. Further south still there is a Rimni area to which I trace the Rimmon Benjamites. And on the east side of Neamt, there is a modern Roman location that traces for a fact to the Rome/Room surname, first found in the same place (Dumfries) as the Laurie/Larry surname.

I traced Annas of Israel to Angusta, and I'm still sticking to that trace. In fact, the Vrm entity of Angusta was traced to the Worms / Forman surnames now tracing to Formia in the Latin area. I also traced Annas/Ananus of Israel to Annan(dale) in Dumfries, which was operated by Brog-suspect Bruce's. Note that, at the very start of Virgil's genealogy, he has Venus married to ANCHises. Is that not the Anaki of Hebron that became the name of Annas? Wasn't Aeneas, son of Anchises, the same Anaki line? Trace this to INACHus (related to Jonathan-suspect Io), husband of Melia in Boiotia, and assume that Melia (likely the essenes cult at Ephesus) was of the Keturah line from Pandareus (the Tarus entity of BrogiTARUS?) of Ephesus to Aedon of Boiotia.

The essenes bee cult was related to ARTEMIS of Ephesus, who must be in "ARTEMIdoros." But Artemis is from THEMIScyra, in the Trabzon theater (linkable to Ardahan), home of the KHALDI, perhaps a branch of Galli / GALATIans.

So, while Romans are tracing to proto-Moldova = Scythia, the Galatians of the Brogitarus line are tracing to Galati, about 20 miles south of the mouth of the Rimna river, suggesting that elements of GILEAD of Israel named GALATI, and that the Jabeshites had lived there, perhaps with other Jordan-river clans such as those from Sihon, king of Amorites. To put it another way, the Jabeshites are expected at the earlier Galli cult of the Cabelees, the proto El-Gabal. If you're wondering by what coincidence so much of Greek myth traces back to peoples of pre-Israel, it's not coincidence, as they were the writers of Greek myths. This was satan setting up a counterfeit Israel with a god that practiced adultery as a rule.

In Judges, we learn that the story of the 600 Benjamites and 400 wives from Jabesh (like "Jebus," an alternative name of Jerusalem) is a story offered with a rape theme, which is how "Rape of the Sabines" may have developed, as play on the Biblical story passed along generation to generation. We then find an Avezzano suspect as mother of the Romans like so:

[Amulius'] brother, Numitor, was the King of Alba Longa. Amulius overthrew him, killed his sons, and took the throne. Amulius forced Rhea Silvia, Numitor's daughter, to become a Vestal Virgin, a priestess of Vesta, so that she would never bear any sons that might overthrow him. However, she was raped or seduced by the god Mars, resulting in the birth of Romulus and Remus. Amulius had Rhea Silvia thrown into prison and her sons into the river Tiber, as he determined she had violated her oaths of chastity. The twins washed up onto dry land and were found by a she-wolf who suckled them....Romulus and Remus went on to found Rome and overthrow Amulius, reinstating their grandfather Numitor as king of Alba Longa.

Aeneas had been paired with mythical Dodo, a Carthaginian entity, and so we might expect proto-Numidians at Alba Longa that were overthrown by the Benjamite-Jabesh entity some 700 years or more after the story in Judges.
Julius Severus of Septimania

This section is an insert above what was already written in continuation of the Galatian investigation. It seems to trace the Galatian line of concern to Herods of France.

On the evening after writing on the "honor" terms used by Darbys/Dermots, I was following a new line of study involving a Comminges link to the counts of Provence, when I came across someone suspect with the Honor surname (Guerin colors). He was Honoratus/Honore, founder of Larins abbey in 410, and arch-bishop of Arles in Provence. I didn't know of any Lerins location in Provence when I traced elements of a Larinum location at Apulia to Guerin of Provence. It must have been one lucky strike, but it's now making sense that Lerins traces to Laranda.

I came across the Lerins location when reading up on the count of Provence immediately before Guerin (what a coincidence that this term should reflect the items of the Laranda discussion). That count, Liebulf, from Arles, who sounds like the Lieb(er) surname with a "wulf" ending, perfect for Lycaonian lines, was a supporter of the Lerins abbey, but also a supporter of Bernard of SEPTIMania (son of William Gellone), suspect with SEPTIMius Severus.

Bernard's son was count of Toulouse, as had been William of Gellone, and so one can imagine that Caepio treasure could be involved in one or more factions of these regions. Gellone was a grandson of Charles Martel, and for that reason alone becomes a Maccabee-line suspect. Charlemagne made Gellone the count of Toulouse, and then the English Charles surname using an "honores" motto term shows an eagle in the white-on-red colors of the Lorraine eagles. What a coincidence. Lorraine was a bastion of the Carolingians.

There is a Scottish Lerin/Lauren surname, first found beside Lanarkshire, what a lurnachidence. Remember, when I wrote on the Laranda trace to Lanarks/Lurachs, I hadn't yet known about the Lerins abbey, or of Liebulf, a financial supporter of that abbey. I didn't know that Liebulf was a count of Provence immediately before GUERIN of Provence (said to have been a son of William Gellone of Toulouse), whom I traced to William V of Montferrat because the latter's daughter married Guido GUERRa III.

The Lerin/Lauren page is dishonest with the public by not showing the Clarin variation that brings up the page. The Coat uses two of the three Clare chevrons, you see, but no one might know that Lerins are Clare liners due to the dishonesty / cover-up. One could use this surname to link ancient Clarus to Laranda by suggesting that Clarus was a Laranda variation somehow. In any case, the Larin/Clarin chevrons are in the colors of the Quint chevron.

The Lerins islands at the south-east tip of Provence are near Cannes, and this is exactly the area where I've been tracing the Bassianus family. This find is spectacular for revealing several key things at once. Cannes is beside Antibes, where I've tentatively traced "Antipas," and Herod Antipas was in exile at Comminges (as of 39 AD) so that one can expect interplay between Comminges and the Cannes theater. But Herods were also in the Galatian line to Bassianus. There had to be a Caepio-treasure reason for Herod Antipas to pick the Toulouse area for his exile. Surely, he chose that location, and family came along with him.

AMAZING. The Cannes/Kane surname (Gellone colors) was first found in the same place (Argyllshire) as the Scottish Lerins/Clarins and the Herods/Hurls/Haralds! That latter surname comes up as "Herault while the monastery of William of Gellone was on the Herault river (!!!) of the Septimania theater. The Herods of that area were not going to use "Herod," right? Apparently, they named Herault. I'll bet that Gellone had money to burn.

The Cannes'/Kane's ("Cannes" is not shown in the list, SHAME, SHAME) and Lerins/Clarin Coats even have some similarity. The Cunninghams that honor the Forkers/Farquhars in their motto were first found in the same general area, and Farquhars can trace to the MontFerrat elements that I link Guerin to. I can glean that Larins/Clarins are sharing the gold Shield of Carricks, expected because the Bassianus family that I trace to the Cannes / Grasse area is that of Caracalla, son of Septimius Severus! So, you see, it appears that the Brogitarus > Bassianus line will go to these counts of Provence / Toulouse.

Having said that, let it be repeated that Montferrat is beside a small Monforte location, where I trace the two-tailed Montfort lion. I just saw that lion in Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges! That is very helpful for linking Guerin to Montferrat if Guerin's family can be linked to Comminges. Or, to put it another way, the above has seemingly proved that Guerin's family was involved at Comminges...on the edge of Septimania (see map).

There is doubt in the minds of some historians that Guerin of Provence was the son of William of Gellone. When certain political territory involving Autun came under dispute, the French crown had to choose whether it should go to Guerin or to Gellone's son and grandson (= Bernard and William). The titles had been promised by Charles the Bald to the family of Bernard and William, but the promise was betrayed when Guerin, a supporter of the Bald, came to rule Autun. Gellone's family betrayed the Bald at that time, while Guerin continued to support him, naturally. The point is, it could appear that Guerin was a family member of Gellone, or the dispute shouldn't have arisen in the first place, for the promise was based on blood links.

When one merely learns of the birth names of Gellone's family members, he looks very Italian, like people living in Montferrat. Why was he called, Fierabrace? "Fier" gets the Fairs/Fears (the write-up traces to Vere's of Manche). This was the Farm line that linked to the Brisons and Firminy at the St. Etienne theater. The Farms are the ones sharing the Brison hunting horns (a symbol of Phrygian-suspect Brians too) and the red Celt/Colt stags showing the Pilate pheon so that, indeed, Farms trace to Mount Pilat. But the Perthshire location of Celt/Colts is now tracing with little doubt to Perta in Lycaonia, where one can expect Phrygians of the Maccabee kind that came to roost at Modane, beside Brigantium/BRIANcon, also beside Guillestre, where I trace Gellone stock.

If Farms are from Fierabrace while the latter was father (or even uncle) to Guerin, then the Farms could be using the Lieber fesse that traces to Liebulf. The latter is of course suspect as a relative of Guerin. As Alans of Tool-suspect Dol are now Liebers in my mind, it's notable that English Stewarts share the upright red lion with Guerins.

One Guille Coat (uses the German Julian bars) shares a gold Chief with Guerins, and the French Guille Coat looks like a version of the Guerin Coat. The gold Chief is used also by the particular Matthews (Scottish) sharing the Mathie gyronny, and then Scottish Mathie's/Makens are said to be descended from GILLEoin (Gillie-Owen?) of the royal house of LORNE! The French Guille's are said to be largely from Rennes (Brittany), a place I trace to Rainier of Montferrat. It can be gleaned that the Guille stars are a version of the stars in the French Alan and Julian Coats.

English Mathie's/Matthews, the ones using the Clare chevrons, and therefore a version of the Lerin/Clarin chevrons, show a cross in Crest (could be a moline) in the colors of the Fier/Fear moline. Doesn't that pairing off suggest that Fiers/Fears are using the Chives and Mathis moline in Mathie cross colors? The Scottish Mathie's/Makens/Maghans are wrongly traced, along with Irish Maghans (compare with Irish Brians), to the Irish word for "bear," but the Matthews that share the Mathie gyronny are not traced to "bear."

As Guerin ruled Autun, it's notable that Guerins share a red lion with Daytons/D'Autuns, first found in the same place as Gellone's. I think all of this together makes a good case for a Guerin-Gellone relationship. The Dayton lion is a colors-reversed version of the Tool lion, and Gellone was an early count of Toulouse. The patee crosses in the Dayton Coat are with the white hand of Geis'/Gise's/Guisers (Rhineland), and then I traced Guerin to the Guido's that have a Guis listing. The Geis/Gise write-up says that the surname was originally from Lorraine!

The Guido/Guis lion is probably the Guerin lion, but the colors are COUNTER-changed so that it can also be the lion in the Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, especially as Counters are listed with Conte's (i.e. the line to rulers of Comyns).

The Safewright Crest has a hand too, holding a thunderbolt that became suspect, via the Tyrols, as a Thor code, and then the count on Toulouse immediately before William of Gellone was TORSon. Hmm. Safewrights ("ferio" motto term) are suspect with Safers / Severus'. The Safers are the ones sharing white-on-red eagles with the Lorraine's, and, I kid you not, the same grub that chirped at the last mention of Safewrights just chirped as I was writing this sentence. I have kept the piece of wood beside me since that time. The grub has chirped only a few times since then...but I can never find it. It is clearly under the bark (less then 1/8" thick), even though it's tight fitting.

I just put my ear close to the wood to get the exact co-ordinates, when it stopped, as though it could see me coming. This is weird. A minute later, it started up again, but stopped the instant I put my ear to the wood. It can see me, but I can't see it. After the second instance, it didn't chirp up again for hours. It is amazing how loud this noise is considering that it's under the bark. It must be the thing creating all the "bubbles" in the bark that are at times open craters. I never see anything in one of the open craters. On the third occasion of putting my ear to the bark, it didn't stop, and I was able to pinpoint it. Slicing open the bark, and removing some, there was a larva of some type, probably the ones that make tunnels / grooves in the wood as they eat it. I saw a second one, and a third too, but I've never had insects in the house from them. All the softwood with sticky was then tossed into the fire, just in case. I was not thinking at all as I wrote the above that "sheaves of wheat," what the grub represented from the beginning, are sometimes, "EARS of wheat"! That's code for the Eyers/Ayers, kin of Shaws/Sheaves!!! Sadducee-suspect Saddocks use "ears of rye."

The Tool lion, I have only realized since starting this section, is in the white-on-red of the lion that is the Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges (in the colors of the Arms of Comminges). That tends to convince me that Tools were Toulouse elements, for Comminges is beside Toulouse. Tools (Bouillon colors) were first found in the same place (Kildare, Ireland) as Eustace's, the latter suspect with the father of the first king of Templar Jerusalem, the brother of Godfrey de Bouillon. Why were these lines in Ireland? I think we need to ask the Zionist star and hand in the Ulster flag. Compare "ULSter" with "ALSace," for white-hand Geis'/Gise's are said to have been originally from Alsace. How about that.

The Ulster surname was first found in...Ireland? Nope, wrong. In Austria.

Safewrights can trace to Phrygians via their location at Brechin (Angus). Brechins can be using the GUIScard piles. The Angus lion, if it's the Dayton lion, could be from the count of Autun. That could explain why Safewrights were of Angus. Something is telling me that Caiaphas should be expected in the family of Julius Severus as it married a Caepio. From two updates ago: "It was Valerius Gratus that appointed Ishmael Fabus to the high priesthood of Israel. After appointing a few more that didn't work out (I have no details), he gave the job to Joseph Caiaphas..." We can assume that SafeWRIGHTs were merged with Wrights (share the checks of the Stewarts and Fers/Ferrats) said to be from Fabians. Wrights share white eagles with Safers.

There is a male missing in the line from Brogitarus to Severus: "Brogitarus of the Trocmi, about 100-50 BC (I'm guessing), father of Amyntes, king of Cappadocia and ruler in Lycaonia, father of Artemidoros (married the Tectosagii supported by Mr. Caepionis-Pulcher), grandfather of Julius Severus (said to be born around 25 AD)..." Severus' father is missing just as Mr. Caepionis-Pulcher enters the scene.

The Fire's/Feirers may apply to "Fierabrace"; they show a unicorn-goat combination, with the upright unicorn in the colors of the upright lion in the Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges. It's in the colors of the same unicorn in the Rasmussen/Assman Coat. Can that make an Akmonia link to Comminges? Can't the Akmonia link go also to Liebulf if the Lieb(er) Coat goes to him? To help trace Rasmussens to this batch in southern France, the ancestors of whom are trying to make the world believe that Jesus' descendants ended up in Septimania, see the article on Pepin II of Aquitaine, where Pepin joins some Norman vikings (under Oscar), escorting them up the Garonne river to Toulouse. As Rasmussens (share the unicorn with Oscars/Coscers) are Danes, ask why one Rasmussen Coat uses the same bend-with-fleur as Pepins.
Gellone's family would come to directly oppose Lupus II of Gascony, but then I traced Gascony elements (including the Gascony garb) to Cheshire, where the Welf/Wolf surname was first found (said to be from Hugh Lupus D'Avrances of Cheshire). The Charles/Charlemagne surname uses the Welf/Wolf Coat, but with martlets (code for Charles Martel, right?) instead of wolf heads. The red, covered crown in the Welf/Wolf Crest was showing for both the Spanish Capet and French Martel surnames until I began to link them to others. Why did they change both crown designs (of the Capets and Martels)? There must be a reason, and it can't be because they haven't got better things to do with their time.

We need to ask why the Welf/Wolf and Charlemagne chevrons are colors reversed from the Quint chevron. I had traced the Caepio treasure to the Conteville line formed Hugh Lupus and le Meschin. The Comyns location of the Conteville's traces to Cheshire, which explains why the Arms of Cheshire use the same garbs as the Comyns/Commings surname...that surely had to do with the naming of Comminges. This paragraph may explain the AnteLOPE of the Derby Crest, as if to reveal a Lupus link to Derbe of Lycaonia.

The "COURage" motto of Comyns must be code for the Cours/Courts (besants) that were lumped earlier in this update with Mountains and near-identical Monets, suspect from the Amyntes Galatians. It just so happens that the Mountains of Montiver (Languedoc) were married to the Claviere's that use a white hand, and were first found in the same place as Bouillons!!! Excellent, for some weeks ago, when on the Eustace investigation, I was able to see why they should trace to the hand symbol of Ulster. A certain pope, whose name I can't recall with certainty (may have been a Clement of a Benedict), gave Gascony a white-on-red saltire for its flag (colors of the Bouillon cross), which is the symbol of Scottish Brisons and Claviere's. Irish Brisons were first found in Ulster and use the same cross as Claro's=Sinclairs and Bruggs. The third Brison/Brice surname has lozenges linkable to the same of Bricks and is thus suspect with Ranulph Briquessart, from the Bassianus-based Bessin, and husband of Hugh Lupus' sister, she being a Conteville from Comminges elements, right? Now you're talking.

The Mountains/Montagne's, by the way, use the Messey/Messier saltire and are thus linkable to the Messervys and Missens/Mousons that together traced to Procida, at Naples, where Capua's/Capone's were first found. English Mountains use martlets (in the colors of the Apple and Appleby martlets), and were first found in the same place as Quints. Both Procida and Bruggs are suspect from Brogitarus, and so I would like to mention the Proctor surname, using nails (links to neighboring Arms of Colchester) in Capone colors, and first found in the same place as Capone's. The Heaths/Heths, first found in the same place as Conteville's, are in the same colors while using two of the Capone stars.

Proctors use the motto of the Gards, sharing a hawks lure with Herods/Heraults. While BaumGARDners traced to Pamphylia with little doubt, the Gard wolf can be suspect from Lycaonian elements. The other Gards are the ones using a version of the Pulley/Pullen Coat.

I think one can now identify the mythical LohenGRIN code with the Proctors, for the PilGRIMS/PereGRINE's, for "Lohen" was identified with swan-using Locks and Lokens/Lochs. From there, one goes to the Lohans/Logans using NAILS! Smashed it. The three Proctor and three Lohan nails, as well as the three nail-like "staves" of Pilgrims, are all on gold Shields. The Hawks use "pilgrim's staves" too, and Hawks must be honored in the hawk's lure of Herods/Heraults. The suns in the Grim/Grimer surname can jibe with a Proctor-and-Gamble trace to El-Gabal's priesthood. The Grime's look like heavy-duty Martel liners.

Now that purple-Shield Pace's are tracing to Pessinus, home of the Harlot cult of Kybele, perhaps other heraldic purple can trace to her, such as the purple stave's of Hawks. If you know Revelation 17, you'll understand.

There is another way (long-winded, that I don't want to get into), aside from the above, to trace to Mallet-suspect Grimaldi's to Liebulf, and so let's recall that they were at Monaco, not at all far from the Lerins islands. The Monaco's are in the colors of the Provence surname, which I didn't know when linking Monaco's to Guerin of Provence on mainly some hunches. I didn't know the Provence surname until this section. It is a very good reflection of the Stephenson Coat, important because it comes up as "Stave"! Is that not something? What were Stephens doing in Provence? Shouldn't we ask the white perchevron of Stephens and Chappes" together? We might even ask the Etienne's.

The Grime's look like heavy-duty Martel liners because they use nine martlets in the Coat and a green one in the Crest. Who else uses green martlets? The Gards, upon the same chevron as Provence's (compare with Pessinus-suspect Paisleys), and while the Gard Crest has the Falcon tower, the Provence Coat has the same crescent as Falcons. The Stephens (falcons) use a chevron in these colors, and the chevrons are in the colors of the fesse of Nons/Nevins (Nevers-of-Burgundy suspects, beside Autun) who likewise use the same-colored crescent, and who are honored in the "non" motto term of Provence-related Stave's/Stephensons. Then, see how the Martels use the same crescent at the same spot in the Shield as Provence's.

I'd like to take a shot at the derivation of the Stave-related Pilgrim surname. As Grime's/Grimms share the green martlet with Gards while Gards are using a version of the Pulley/Pullen Coat, the PELICan in the Pullen Crest suggests that PILGrims fashioned that particular variation in honor of pelican liners, suspect with Pulciphers, listed as Pulsiphers/Polesdons/PILsons, first found in the same place (Cheshire) as Grime's/Grimms. The Pulsipher/Pilson stag has all three features of the Stewart / Honor stag. With PILGrims suspect as PILSons, the Pills'/Pyle's may also apply, first found in the same place as Stave's! That works. It's the Pylos line to Pontius Pilate, isn't it?

The white-on-blue stars of the Provence, Stave and Douglas Chiefs are very welcome where the Chief of Douglas-suspect Monaco's use Zionist stars in those colors. This should mean that Douglas' were linked to the Stephen lines of the mount Pilat theater. The covered Douglas crown was in use in the Martel Coat.

Another interesting thing is that while "Stephen" can mean "crown" and therefore "garland," the garland in the Steven Crest can trace with "Guerin/GARin" (both versions are used for him) to the Gari river of the Latins / Volscians. This probably has to do with the Drengot connection to Guiscards of Sicily, for Monaco's are said to have gone from France to Sicily. In that migration, it says they first settled at Cosenza, while the Cosins share the red bend with Gars, while both Gar lions are linkable to both Monaco lions. This works well, for Cosins were first found in Angus, as were the Safewrights of Brechin while Brechins are using the Guiscard piles (likely). Plus, the Angus lion is suspect with both the same lion of Daytons/D'Autuns and Drengs, thus making a Guerin-of-Auton link to Drengots. Drengs were first found in the same place as Stave's/Stephensons! They just got hammered.

The Gars with the red bend are shown properly as "Garn/GARIN/Karen" (highly suspect with the Clarus Carians) and were first found in the same place (Prussia) as Grims/Grimer's, suggesting that "Grim" may have been "Garim," much like "Garin." That is a good theory, but tends to obliterate my theory of a "GRImaldi" interpretation as Gris-Mallet / Grey-Mallet. In any case, Irish Gars/Gearys are using a Chief-with-lion in colors reversed from the same of Guerins, and the Gar/Geary lion is also the Grim/Grimer lion.

To this it needs to be added that LohenGRIN traces to Ligurian swan liners while Monaco is in Liguria. That makes Lohengrin suspect as a Lock / Loken / Lohen liner coupled with Guerin elements. And just as Guerin was loyal to CAROLingians, so we find that the Gar/Garin lion is the Irish Carol/GARvil lion too. Then, the Charles eagle is in the colors of the FIVE Saffer eagles while the Doria family (Candida eagle) of Imperia, smack beside Monaco, were of the Candida bloodline tracing to Gandia, location of SAFOR.

So, Carolingians, and the Charles surname itself, appear like Carians of the same vein as Claro's = Sinclairs (just think the Charo/Claro surname), and the family of Charles Martel was likely a Martin bloodliner that gave itself a MARTel name as code for the Maccabees inherent in the GriMALDI's. Martins and Martels were both first found in Gascony. English Martins are using the double-red bars very connectable to the Mopps/Motburleys, and therefore to Clarus of the Caria/Lydia border region. The Carols even share an erect sword well-reflecting the same of Mochs/Moucets (same place as Provence's, in the same colors). We are right back to where I think Julius Severus of Akmonia will trace, to the false-prophet cult of Mopsus/Muksus.

There is an interesting Lerin/Lauren(t) surname, first found in Provence, very connectable to the Lerins islands. French Lerins/Laurens use the Capes scallops, what a capetincidence. And with the Lerin surname, this discussion, and probably some of the Caepio treasure, can trace between Provence and the Volcae=Galatians of Lycaonia / Laranda that were suspect at Toulouse in the first place. Recall that the Caepio treasure involved Volcae peoples at Toulouse! Things are making sense. The Capes Coat (the Lieber-and-Stewart oak leaves, right) even includes a lion in Tool-lion colors, though upright, like the same-colored one in the Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges. How much sense does it make that Caiaphas and Herod Antipas both had some of the Caepio treasure? The Herod line to Julius Severus was that of Antipas' brother, Alexander.

Alans trace to Langhe, right, at Montferrat and Monforte, right? Yes, and so the Stewart lion has got to be the Montfort lion in colors reversed, and is therefore the Comminges lion. The Malta surname (Sardinia) uses the same lion along with a column. The Malta write-up ignorantly places the Guiscards of Sicily on a high pedestal, and then continues to say that, after Sicily, they invaded Greece. Such "great ones" the world can do without, don't you think? Oh, well, some people welcomed the invasion because they were enemies of the rulers; that justifies the invasion. Wrong. If that's true, I can invade anyone I please, and be justified, by claiming that I'm better than the current rulers. I don't know what possesses people to elevate killers of nations. It's one thing to defend yourself against brutish invaders, and quite another thing to praise and elevate the brutish invaders, don't you think? The vikings were invading everywhere. Were they really trying to make the world better?

The Malta's are shown with a Maletto variation. The Wikipedia article tells that someone invented a story where the Guiscards used a red-and-white checkered banner that was adopted by the Maltese flag. That makes sense where Hohens use red-and-white checks, while Guiscards were merged with Hohens. But the Grimaldi lozenges are very similar to the Hohen checks, and so, I now think, one can trace "GriMALDi" to the namers of MALTa.

The Stewart-related Brocks (same place as Quints) use the same-colored lion, but in a different position, like the same-colored lion of Daytons/D'Autons. One can glean that the Brock Coat is a version of the Guerin Coat, tending to clinch a trace of Daytons to Guerin of Autun in particular.

It even explains why Pollocks (as the de-Pols of Foix-Candale) trace to Foix, between Rennes-le-Chateau and Comminges. Pollocks are being viewed from Mr. Pulcher-Caepionis, and this can explain why the brown Pollock boar is in the Tool Crest. The RENfrew location of Pollocks and Stewarts (and Paisleys) is named after the entity that named Rennes-le-Chateau (in Aude, part of the Pollock motto), and I say that it was named after a line from Renier/Rainer of Montferrat, father of William V of Montferrat, suspect from William of Gellone of Toulouse.

The Stewarts have become clinched with Liebs/Liebers tracing to Liebulf of Provence, who supported Lerins abbey. As I said before starting this section, the Honors are using a stag with all three features of the Stewart stag (facing forward; front legs parallel; rear legs spread ), a thing I rarely see. The Honors are suspect from Honore, the founder of Lerin abbey! I like this trace. It's making sense. And by the way, the Stagg/Stage surname, first found in the same place as English Stewarts, looks like its using a version of the Scottish Stewart Coat. It could suggest that many heraldic stags trace to the Stewart-Stagg merger. I would suggest relationship with the Stake's/Stacks / Stoke's, Astikas suspects in the past, and, in fact, the Stoke's use a two-tailed lion in the white colors of the same in the Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, while the Stacks use the same lion (one tail) but in both colors of the Comminges lion. The way to trace Stoke's to the Traby-Astikas merger is by the Stoke location, near Caen, while Caens share the five, white Traby ostrich feathers. It seems clear from this that Caens are using the Lieber / Stewart fesse.

After Gellone of Toulouse:

In the ninth century, Toulouse suffered in common with the rest of western Europe. It was besieged by Charles the Bald in 844 [supported by Guerin], and taken four years later by the Normans, who had sailed up the Garonne [looking for Caepio treasure, right?]. About 852, Raymond I, count of Quercy, succeeded his brother Fredelo as Count of Rouergue and Toulouse. It is from Raymond that all the later counts of Toulouse document their descent. His grandchildren divided their parents' estates...the hereditary titles of Septimania, Quercy and Albi were shared between them.

Raymond II's grandson, William III (known as the first William Taillefer), married Emma of Provence...

To show how important these times and places are to heraldry, English Raymonds (same place as Stewarts) are using the Gellone fleur in their Chief. The Chief is in both colors of the Guerin Chief. French Raymonds are said to be from Toulouse, no secret. I've traced their "orbs" to the Orbieu river in Aude = Septimania. That area along with Burgundy was home to the Gauls, part of whom became the Galatians. From times when the Goths sacked Rome (5th century), Septimania had been called, Gallia. It had otherwise been called Occitania, a term I traced (years ago, not now on behalf of any argument now) to "Joktan," and to SEPHERvites that had been of Joktan elements. It was reasoned that the Ebro river in southern Occitania was named after Joktan's father, Eber, or by Eberites still carrying a semblance of that name, and that the Spanish SEPHARDic Jews were from these Sepharvite-related Hebrews.

I now find myself in the midst of tracing Galatians to Toulouse, and that the Galatians of Caiaphas-concern had a Severus surname in their line that trace to SEPTIMius Severus, and that for me is evidence enough that his name is related to Septimania:

Septimania was a march of the Carolingian Empire and then West Francia...The region was under the influence of the people from Toulouse, Provence, and ancient Catalonia. It was part of the cultural and linguistic region named Occitania that was finally brought within the control of the French kings in the early 13th century...From the end of the thirteenth century it was known as Languedoc...

The name "Septimania" may derive from part of the Roman name of the city of Beziers, Colonia Julia Septimanorum Beaterrae...

Apparently, the Wikipedia writer(s) does not know what named Septimanorum, but it seems that Septimius' ancestry was from this place (I had imagined vice-versa, with his surname naming it), and that the Bassianus elements he married were from the namers of Beziers. It begs the question of what else named BassiANUS. I'll tackle the Basilio surname, that the Severus line married, below. "Bessers" are listed with the same surname, first found at the St. Etienne theater, as "Besancon," but the page is dishonest by not showing that variation. In the time of Caiaphas' birth, Besancon was called, Vesontio," perhaps related to Avezzano. It is about 75 miles from Basel, and was a city of the Sequani. I thought that the SAXON/Septon surname could link to both the Sequani and the line of Septimius Severus. Later, Vesontio was "Besantio / Bisanz."

The only way I can fathom a Bassianus trace to Besancon in times before Jesus is by way of the royal Cottians being from the Sequani. That had been my theory because I traced the Saxon/Septon surname to the Cottians, who are the ones that birthed Julius Caesar by AURELia Cotta. Just link this with the Auriol / Oriol topic shortly below and you will see good cause to make the Besancon link to Aurelia Cotta. From Caesar, I take the line of concern through a Junia Caepio to the Galatians of Julius Severus.

As Julia Bassianus Maesa married the Avitus surname, note that an Avitus surname got to the imperial throne when Rome was "sacked", and that he was then involved in the Gaul / Septimania theater where the Goths had been planted in relation to their "sack" of Rome decades earlier. Historians like that word, 'sack," for the defeat of Rome. I'm asking why the Monaco Coat shares the white-on-blue Zionist star of the Goth surname, shared also by Hagars of Perthshire, the area now tracing to Lycaonia:

In the late spring of 455, Avitus was recalled to service by emperor Petronius Maximus [Maccabee liner?] and was elevated to the rank of magister militum, probably praesentalis; Maximus sent Avitus in an embassy to the court of Theodoric II, who had succeeded to his father, at Toulouse.

...While Avitus was at Theodoric's court, news came of the death of Petronius Maximus (31 May) and of the sack of Rome by the Vandals of Gaiseric. Theodoric acclaimed Avitus Emperor in Toulouse; on 9 July,] the new Emperor was acclaimed by the Gallic chiefs gathered in Viernum, near Arelate (Arles)...

Why Arles? We might have the answer shortly below. Why was his name Marcus MAECilius Flavius Eparchius Avitus Augustus"

Emperor Avitus was even born in CLERmont, jibing with my hunch that the Galatians of concern were from Clarus elements. The Clermont location was in Auvergne, and then the Clermont/Clairmont/Clearmont surname uses crossed keys in the colors of the Bouillon cross. French Clairs even use besants. This Avitus-Auvergne relationship, therefore, looks like the proto-Templars as early as the 5th century. The Clermont keys link, likely, to the Arms of Avignon, where there were entities (e.g. it's about a dozen miles from Cavaillon) that can make "AVIgnon" appear named after the CAVII," for the Cavii led to the Sheaves/Chiava's/Chiapponi's using FIVE keys. And so the Quintus > Caiaphas' line can trace with the line of Bassianus-Avitus to Clermont / Auvergne / Avignon.

The Arms of Clermont uses a red cross of the style used by Irish Burghs/Berks and Eustace's, and it's on a gold background, making it in the colors of the Burgh/Berk and Eustace cross. The Eustace Crest shares a stag with the Crest of Clare's that use the triple chevrons in the same colors, and in fact they are the triple chevrons of Dutch Bergs (no longer showing but I saw them many times years ago). This red Arms-of-Clermont cross may go to Deacons, first found in the same place as Clare's, but the Deacon / Decan cross is suspect with the Bamburg cross for a trace to Pamphylia.

The Barks/Berks use LARKS that may connect to the Lurch/LARCHer and ARCHer surnames (both use the same Coats), per-chance from Marcus Aufidius LURCo, father of Aufidia/Alfidia, wife of Appius Claudius Pulcher. Wasn't "Appius" suspect with an Apphus line to "Avezzano"? Might that now go to Besancon? Let's not forget Cotys' listed with ARCHdeacons (what a larkincidence), and using triple chevrons in the black color of the same of Levi's.

Charles the Bald, suspect as a Caiaphas line, after Guerin of Provence, gave Provence to a Mr. Boso, and Boso's/Bosins/Bosero's (Besancon colors) happen to use the upright bull (holding a banner) design of Claro's/Charo's honored in the Joseph surname. We might assume that Boso's were Bassus elements of the Besancon kind. Boso's/Bosins were first found in Milan, and are in Ottone colors, and in this way Ottone VISconte can trace to VESontio = Besancon. In fact, I'm willing to claim error on a "Conte" trace to "Visconti" because the entire term, VISCONTi, looks like "VESONTIo."

But it was when re-loading Bosons that I flipped, for it uses the gold-on-blue arrows of the Lurch's/Larchers and Archers, except that the arrows point up. French Clairs were first found in the same place, Limousin, as the Sequani-suspect Seconds/Segurs. I had this nutty idea that Junia Secunda Caepionis was named after Sequani elements in her Cottian ancestry, and that her sisters were therefore called Prima and Tertia as play on "Secunda." The red roundels of Oriols are called TORTeaux, and may therefore explain the Tertia term as play on whatever the torteaux represented. I think they represent the Toreatae scythians living in the same place (Maeotis) as the Sittaceni scythians suspect in the naming of the Cotesii and Soducena. The Sittaceni look like they may have named, "Scyt(h)."

I traced the Bassianus-line to the Dumas surname (shares the three besants of Savary/SAVARDs, like "SEPHARDic") of Languedoc, said to be from d'Auriol in Bouches-du-Rhone (at the mouth of the Rhone), where Auriol-like ARLes is found too, and then nearby Avignon is between Arles and Orange. English Savards are listed as SALfords likely due to Avignon being at the Durance river of the Salyes. In fact, this Salyes link to the Avignon / Cavaillon area brings to mind the expected trace of Caiaphas to Avezzano's Salto river, and from this one might be able to discover that "AVEZZano" is an Avitus line. The Sheaves/Chiava's (found in the "sheaves" used by the Avis/Avison surname) were first found in Abruzzo, where Avezzano is located, and the Marsi of the Avezzano area were traced (years ago) to the naming of Marseilles i.e. at the mouth of the Rhone. Grubby things are shaping up.

It should be added that Savards/Salfords share the black wolf with Norrys that might be of the Norths using the lion of Narbonne's/DeNARDO's/NORDI's, for this LATTER surname can trace to Gallia Narbonensis, the name of Septimania under emperor Avitus. The Auriol surname shares the white tower of Narbonne's/Denardo's and Scone's. Can't the Stone of Scone trace to the black stone of El-Gabal expected with the Bassianus family? F

Auriol elements can link to Orells/Oriols (same place as Savards/Salfords), and the red roundels or Oriols are used by SAFEwrights. I don't think one can get more grubby than that. The Oriol roundels are replaced with "CHAPLets" in the Saxon/SEPTon Coat, and in just a little while, you will see how a Chaplet-like surname proves to be from Joseph Caiaphas with very little doubt. The evidence is piling up for a Caiaphas birth in the family of Julius Severus.

Glaphyra-suspect Clavers (another white tower) use a key in Crest, and the Claviere's/Clavie's (passed through Montiver), although they show a hand in Clermont colors, are said in their description to use four keys around a saltire in the colors of the saltire formed by the crossed keys of Clermonts! Bingo. The Montagne/Mountain family married by Claviere's traces to the cat-a-mountains used by Chives/Shavo's! Bingo again. Claviere's/Clavie's were first found in Auvergne, location of Clermont. It looks like I'm the big bingo winner tonight.

I once thought that "Claver" was a "Clare" variation, but then put that idea on the backburner, not mentioning it much, and dropped it altogether when linking Clavers to "Glaphyra." Both theories may be correct. French Clermonts (the ones with the keys) were first found in Dauphine, the mount-Pilat theater, but then Vienne-Isere was the Dauphine capital where Herod Archelaus (married Glaphyra Archelaus) was banished! I've got to own the bingo house by now.

The Clermont Crest is St. Pierre holding two keys, and then the Pierre's share a bend in the colors of the same in two Peter Coats. The bend happens to be in the colors of the Mountain bend so that Peter Pollock has just traced to Clermont / Claviere elements and Amyntes suspects. I see Sinclairs at Moray / Grampian, where Peter Pollock ruled his Rothes castle.

Although Bouillons were first found in the same place as Clermonts (and goat-using Bauts/Baux's), Bouillons of the original Templar period lived in Bologna/Bononia, wherefore they trace well to Bologna/Bononia. As Bouillon variations look like they link to the Boii of Bononia, it's likely that I should be seeing MaccaBAEUS formation from proto-Bouillons. The Mountain kin of Claviere's look like they are using a version of the Bome/Bohum/Bone Coat, which itself looks like a version of the Pulley/Pullen Coat.

Rothschilds Are Tracing to Publius Pulcher-Caepio!

Why, really, was Mattathias' son called, Maccabaeus? Was it really after his hammer-like qualities, or was the hammer symbol given to him later, after his death, as mere play on words to hide his true roots? Or, was he born a Macc-something-else only to change it to Maccabaeus when his peers started giving him a hammer nickname?

Scottish Matthews use a blue fitchee shared with MECK-related Mea's/MEIGH's. Don't you see something in that neat, little package? Scottish Matthews use the gyronny of Scottish Mathie's/MAKens/MAGHans, proving for me that Maccabee liners evolved into Matthews. It makes sense. Apparently, the two Maghan surnames (one viewed by me as an Irish root of Arthurianism) should link to Meighs. Remember the white boar heads of Meighs and Mecks when you get to the same of Burleys/Bourleys, for the latter are about to trace to the Maccabee line of Quadratilla.

Aren't the blue wings of Mathie's suspect with the Herod line of the Seleucid-Maccabee's? Why is there a red scallop between the blue wings? Isn't that the symbol of Pulleys/Pullens, Sabine's and Spanish Fontana's? The gold cross in the Mathie scallop is colors reversed from the Fontana cross, and in the colors of the Spanish Petro cross.

I'll be putting inserts into the flow of this section as can apply to the section above. I'd like to say that while Petro's use the same fleur as Gamble's, there has been talk that the company, Proctor and Gamble, was/is part of an Illuminati organization. In Illuminati circles, a Coat using three nails, as Proctors use, could be secret code for the nails that hung Jesus. The Proctor nails are in Levi colors, and the martlet in the Proctor Crest is in the colors of one Hips martlet. You'll see below why this could be useful for identifying Caiaphas with the line of Laevillus.

Shouldn't Flavius Petro be in this particular hunt, since his line was from Colchians, and we are likely dealing with Colchians of the Aeetes = Attis kind when it comes to the Galatians. Flavius Petro dates to both sides of the birth of Jesus, at Rieti, a city leading to the Reeds/Rieds with a "Pax copia" motto that I'm very sure traces to Cuppae, the city of doves honored in the dove at the Leaves/Leaf/Leve Crest. And that latter surname is already virtually clinched with Mr. Laevillus. There's no Wikipedia article on him, and so I suppose we can't know his ancestry. Another website says his parents are unknown. One of his offspring was Aulus Julius PROCulus (after 100 AD). As Proculus' mother was Julia QUADRatilla, one can now make a link of her surname to CUTTERs because the Procks/Prokopps/Brocoffs use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Cutters. That is super. Plus, the latter surname shares the griffin with Cutters. We have a clue now as to what Laevillus can trace to.

The Prokopps/Brocoffs (same as Prusa's) can be traced to Pharisees because, years ago, I insisted that the Skits / Scheds and Chads were from early Israeli-priest liners, and here the Prokopps/Brokoffs use the potent cross of Skits, Scheds, and Chads. See also the Skeets'. As the Brock Coat clearly shows itself as a branch of Prokopps/Brocuffs, everything said of Brocks in the last section should apply. The Copps and related Cope's, Copelands (Meigh motto), and Cuffs may apply with other Cuppae / Caepio / Caiaphas suspects to ProKOPPs/BroCUFFs. Why else should those endings exist on what were otherwise Brock / Brick liners? The Breuci lived at / beside the mouth of the KUPA river.

IN FACT ZOWIE, that line of reason is proven correct, for this is exactly where the nails in the Arms of Colchester may come in, something that I personally discovered only late last month, such super timing. COLchester was a Cole entity that traces with excellent confirmation to "COLapis," the other name of the Kupa! The Proctor nails therefore trace excellently to the Kupa, if not to the Breuci. That could suggest that Proctors were Abruzzo elements, even as Prokopps/Brocuffs were identified as per their Prusa variation. In recent updates, they were called, Prusa's/Brocoffs.

As Colchester had previously been CAMULOunum, suddenly one can see why Proctor and GAMBLE got together. I now see that the Proctor nails are in Camp / Campbells/Cammell / Capone colors. German Camels use a lozenge in the colors of one Brison-Coat lozenges. AHA! Gammels are using a colors-reversed version of the Capone Shield! The trefoil in the Gammel Crest is in the gold color of the similar fitchee in the Quint Crest.

I ask you: who else but the line of Caiaphas would want to use three nails to hold up their pride for killing Jesus?

It's feasible that the ancestry of Julius Quadratus had married Laevillus' ancestry to birth Joseph Caiaphas in the mystery generation between Artemidoros and Julius Severus. Something of that nature is my best shot at this pre-mature time. I expect one of the Junia Caepionis' to be directly involved with that mystery parent. In this regard, it's notable the while Safers use five eagles, Chaplets (Lorraine) use five swans in the colors of the French-Joseph swan (no longer shown) while the so-called Swan Knight, Lohengrin, himself traces to three nails (those of Lohans/Logans). The five Abreu wings might apply here.

I totally reject the claim of the Logan write-up that king Bruce wanted his heart carried to the Holy Land. But the point is made that Logans had close affinity with Bruce's, even as we just saw Proctors linking closely to the Breuci. The write-up traces to Logan in Ayrshire, beside Auchenleck, that being of the Aflack surname (Irish Logans show a Duck variation, quack quack, the Aflack duck).

For what it may be wroth, the Loughan variation on the Irish Logan write-up suggests the Loughs that use piles in the colors and positioning of the same in the Catys/Cady Coat (same place as Bruce's).

All three Junia Caepionis' were of the Junius family to Juno elements near the Breuci. The June's, first found in the same place as Capone's and Proctors, use the same-colored fleur-de-lys as Cuffs, which is a small indication that Proctors could have been a branch of ProCUFFS. Huffs/Houghs share the bend colors of the Cuffs and may apply to "Lough" (it's a fox, not a wolf).

You'll note that Saddocks, Chadocks and Chadwicks all use white footless martlets, as do Hips'/Hipkins (same place as Cuffs and Skeets') that share the sphinx with Prokopps/Brocoffs. The Copelands share a black-on-white bend with Cuffs, and the latter are from the Salto > Sallete bloodline, suspect from Selletae SCYTHians that should be of the Skits, Scheds, and Skeets'. Again, the Selletae are suspect with "Scolati" (what Royal Scythians called themselves), whom I traced to "Eschol" in Hebron, where Cutter-suspect Keturah lived whom I am now tracing to "QUADRatilla" and to Prokopps/Brocuffs. That Patents, suspect with the line honored by the potent cross, even use the Schole/Scayle lozenges. Everything in this paragraph looks full-proof, but see also the Hips-suspect Hopkins (Cope-like term, same place as Capone's) that use what looks like a version of the Capone Coat. Then, the pistols of Hopkins gets the Pistols/Pesters using a chevron in Quint-chevron colors.

We definitely have something in all this that naturally included Proctors, first found in the same place as Hopkins, Capone's, June's and Chapmans. And as Prokopps link well with Cutters suspect at Quadratilla, it really does look good for a Quintus-Caepio trace to Aulus Julius Proculus. This would be the place to repeat that the Froggit Coat (just three green-on-blue frogs) has much similarity with the COTTAR Coat (just three-on-blue lizards in the same Shield locations), which can help to clinch Cottars and Cutters as Quadratilla lines while clinching a Froggit / Frock/Frogg trace to Proctor lines.

Tile's/Tillers came to mind with "QuadraTILLA." Might there have been a Till entity that her parent belonged to? I may not have asked, but German Tills share annulets with Frocks/Froggs while the Till annulets are colors reversed to the same of Cherrys, the latter surname honored by the cherries of the Froggit Crest. That's pretty amazing logic that no one should croak about pre-maturely. It may even be able to trace Quadratilla's family to the naming of Attila. And we may also be looking for the reason that Revelation 16 uses frogs in the mouth of the devil's end-time rulers.

The Tills, between their annulets, use an arrow pointed up, a Boson symbol. The Boson Coat even looks like a version of the Lurch/Larcher (Derbyshire, same place as Froggits) and Archer Coats. Bosons were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Benjamins (annulets) that had traced to PANICo's on the Reno river, and then Reno's and Pinks/PINCs share red lozenges with Benj-like Bunch's, honored in the "bunch's of cherries" used by Froggits. That tends to trace Benjamites to Perthshire, where Bunch's were first found, but may also trace them to Frosinone. The Panico's of the Setta valley is exactly where the priestly lines of Israel were traced, and "Setta" smacks of "Setia," what a frosincidence. It just so happens that Bunch's share the fleur in the colors of the Gamble fleur.

What a shock to find that French Archers/Larchers (Provence), who look linkable to the Provence Coat, use a "bunch of grapes" in Lurch / Archer colors. No guff.

Larks (honored by Barks/Berks) were likewise first found in Norfolk, and they once again use the colors and format of Capone's. Larks (sun) use white footless martlets, found in several Sadducee-suspect Coats. Larks are in Benjamin colors, and using a version of the Pratt Coat (Norfolk, Essex). Larks and Pratts share pellets with Basils. We want to know whether Basils trace to Mrs. Basilio, the wife of Julius Bassus.

It was a good thing to find the Archers using a version of the Lurch Coat and Crest, and even the same motto, for the Archers use a different dragon head design, that of Cutter Coat. It begs the question of whether Lurco's line to Appius Pulcher merged with Quadratus' line. All the Wikipedia tells is that Publius Pulcher supported the ancestors of Quadratilla politically. Cutters were first found beside the Archers. Reminder: Cutters use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of PROKoffs/Brocoffs, and we're looking to find whether that surname goes back to something that named Proculus (son of Quadratilla and Laevillus). It might help to remember that Cutters are suspect from Keturah while she traces to fish-symbolized Kodros, the fish that went to the Bars of Este. That can explain the "honESTa" motto term of Lurch's and Archers.

The "honesta" motto term can also be for Honys/Honey liners using the bee theme. Two Boy Coats share blue Shields with Lurch's / Archers / Bosons / Boso's/Bosins, and while one Boy Coat use the bee, the other share's the bull with Boso's/Bosins. There is a good possibility that Lurch's trace to the bee because Lurch's were Bassianus liners.

In spite of the initial hesitation to entertain Lurch's/Larchers as from "Lurco," it looks better and better. Both the Archer and Cutter dragons have red mural crowns / coronet around their necks, another good reason to know that DESIGN MATTERS. They used the same design because they knew of the link. (They started to change designs abruptly in the spring of 2012, probably after they got wind of my work. I don't know of anyone else doing this type of work, but I've done it nearly full-time daily since about 2006-07. I might have learned something by now. Their changes have helped me greatly even if they muck up some points in my pages for readers.)

The Lurch/Larcher dragon likewise has a red mural crown around its neck, which I identify with the Muriel surname. But look at this new thing that just cropped up, a real dandy. First, I'd like to say that if Caiaphas traces to the Volcae Galatians under discussion, we could expect virtually everything in the picture to be represented in heraldry, even the Publius name of Publius Pulcher. As he's been traced to Pollocks, let me repeat that Rothschilds (Bauer and Bower ancestry) trace to Peter Pollock's Rothes castle, while Peter traced to Flavius Petro in Rieti, where the Pratts (share mascles with Peters) traced partly due to a motto term and a fish in the Arms of Rieti. That Rieti fish was found in the Pratt-suspect Prude surname, and so note that we just linked Pratts to Larks.

Shortly after that, "Lurk" (giant squirrel in Lurch colors) was entered to find a motto that I recognized as the Bower motto, and suddenly the PEEBLES location of Bowers started to suggest PUBLIUS Pulcher, who was not Appius Pulcher, husband of Lurco's daughter, but perhaps close enough. ZOWIE, this had potential to prove that heraldic surnames included some for Lurco. The Bowers even share arrows with Lurch's/Larchers, and can explain why a surname taking off from "Lurco" could develop into L'Archer as play on their Bower / Bauer kin. This would be no small potatoes if Lurco is thus discovered as the 2,000 year old grandfather of the Rothschilds.

The first Rothschild (Mayer Bauer) s had become suspect with the end-time Caepio treasure that has come to rule the world, and to place the populations under the thumbs of like-minded families. Publius Pulcher was a grandson of Quintus Caepio, some have said. Mr. Pulcher may have been the chief guardian of the treasure when all eyes were on Quintus. Pulcher may have delivered the treasure to the Galatians. How else did the Herods find out about it?

Lurch's/Larchers were first found in both Derbyshire and Nottingham, and it just so happens that Bugs (Buge, Normandy) were first found in Nottingham, whom are in the colors of Bogans/Bogens, a family that gave the Arms of Bavaria its lozengy symbol. Bogans use a bow symbol, what a lurchincidence. In fact, suddenly, as the reality starts to set in, it's getting disturbing. I know already that English Bogans use a giant wyvern dragon in colors reversed from the Tile/Tiller wyvern, and Tills (arrow!) were suspect earlier with "QuadraTILLA." The Bogan dragon is even white, the color of the Lurch/Larcher and Archer dragons! The axe in the Tile/Tiller Crest assures that Drake's are involved here.

German Bugs used to show footless martlets in the colors of the same of French Josephs, but have changed them to ravens.

The Norman Altens (Nottinghamshire) share a green, Robin-Hood-like archer with Lurks/Lurge's, what a lurchincidence. It means that Lurch's/Larchers were a branch of Lurks/Lurge's. Robin Hood could have been a myth-code story. Friar Tuck traces to the Norman Tuck/Touque surname. Robins were first found in Peebles-shire, what a bowerincidence. English Robins were first found in the same place (Middlesex) as Besants and Pheasants. As per the statement above on German Bugs, Robins could be using the gold Chaplin chevron that is now shown as a double chevron linkable to the same of English Josephs.

Tile's/Tillers (come up as "Tillen") are said to be from Tilley, near Caen, and Stoke's, using a lion in the colors of the Bogan dragon, were from Stoke, near Caen. It's all in the Bessin theater, Bassianus-Land, right? The Stoke-related Stake's have the potential to trace to the lion in the Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, and because Comminges is beside Toulouse, while the Stake lion is in both colors of the Tool lion, one can ask whether the Till entity was of "Toulouse."

The Peeble's/Peoples surname shares the parrot with the Froggit Crest. The black-on-white Peeble chevron is engrailed, as is the same-colored fesse of Frocks/Froggs. The Pettys, who had already linked to Rothschilds, use the parrot, as do Baumgardners that seemed to trace excellently to Pamphylians. However, there is another theory in the Baums that they were Bohums = Bohemians, for one Baum surname uses the crossed spears of Pasi's, first found in Bologna. That theory is a toss-up, but a couple of points are in order: 1) Pasi's/Pasino's, first found in Bononia, are tracing well to Pessinus on the Sakarya river of the Frock-suspect Phrygians; 2) Mons/Mounts were first found in Peebles-shire.

As People's are listed with Pepins, it seemed to me that Peebles was named by them, especially as there are reasons for seeing a Paphlagonian merger with Pamphylians. The Pape's/PAPENBURGS look like a cross between Hellens, Halls, and Pepins, and then BABENBERGS were at BAMberg with Poppa I. The Lurch / Bower motto is translated, "On the MARK," a reason to trace Peebles to Marici, co-founders with Laevi of Papia/Pavia. However, another theory cropped up before this update, that Peebles was named after the Publius surname, though at the time it had nothing to do with Publius Pulcher.

[Insert -- I didn't get around to entering "Pamp," as per the "pampered child" of Perts, until the day after writing here, to find Pamps listed with Scottish Pape's/Paipe's/Pope's. It gives the impression of a Paphlagonian merger with Pamphylians. The latter had a Bilis river in their land that I had traced to the Bils/Billss surname having a Shield filled with checks half in the colors of the Pape/Pamp checks. The latter's are in the colors of the checks filling the Shield of Warrens (and Ward), a variation of "Guarin."

The Warren Crest uses a white wyvern dragon i.e. the color of the Lurch/Larcher / Archer / Tile/Tiller dragon, and while the motto honors the "lion of Judah," the Warren canton shows a white-on-red lion (why should this trace to Judah?), which I would trace to the Montfort / Comminges lion. When I first encountered the Warren motto, I scoffed at its tracing to Israelites, but in my mind, at that time, the only Israelite candidates were ancient Israelites. I had not yet come to see that heraldry is of more-recent Israelites, form those that killed Jesus. And some of those Israelites are expected at Comminges, as well as in the theater ruled by Guerin of Provence, which included the Rhone i.e. location of Vienne-Isere.

See the Quarter/Whirter canton in the colors of the warren canton but substituting the Warren Wyvern for a winged Asclepius rod. The variations of Quarters/Whirters look like the makings of the Wards. I'm asking whether Quarters are Quadratilla liners, but no Quader-like variations are showing.

Guerra's use a wyvern too. The Warren dragon has checks: "A silver wyvern with wings chequey red and gold." Those are the colors of the checks used by counts of Meulan that included the Beaumonts who released titles to Simon de Montfort. Meulan is in Ile-de-France, where Verona's/Vairs were first found, while Vairs/Fers' (kin of Fers/Ferrats) use a Shield filled with red-and-white checks. Link to the same-colored lozenges that fill the Grimaldi Coat, another way to link Grimaldi's and Monaco to Guarin of Provence. One can glean here a Vere trace to Comminges so that the Tool boar is also the Vere boar.

It can now be gleaned and virtually clinched that the FALLIS Coats, using a version of the Verona Coat, traced to La FALAISE at the Ile-de-France theater. The white FALLis lion looks very linkable to the identical VALer(io) lion, strongly suggesting a trace to Valerius Gratus, for Chappes' were likewise first found in Ile-de-France. End insert]

One Baum Crest uses the black horse head once showing for the Este Crest, and Pepins use an "est" motto term along with horse heads. Parrots, possibly using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Mens in colors reversed, were first found in PEMbroke, a term I've seen as a version of "Bamberg / Bamburgh," and so Parrots, and those who use parrots, look like they can trace to Perta of the Pamphylia theater. One Pape/Papenburg variation, by the way: PapenBROECK, perhaps linkable to PemBROKE. Recalling that Lycaonian elements were linking to Clarus elements, let's add that Clare's ruled Pembroke. But, suddenly, perhaps it was wrong to trace the namers of Peebles to the namer of Papia/Pavia; perhaps they trace to a descendant of Publius Pulcher in Lycaonia.

The squirrel of the Lurks/Lurge's can trace to the same (different colors) of the Decks/Daggers that I trace to the Ticino. As it's the Lurks/Lurge's that use the motto of the Peebles-shire Bowers, it's an argument for a Peebles trace to Pavia.

Aside from the confusion in all this, the big story is the apparent Bower trace to Tile's, Lurks, Lurch's and Peeble's liners all at once. When "Tully" ("Vis" motto term) was entered to seek further clues that might pop up, it was noted that they show Floyd and Flood variations, which could only mean that they are a family from Attila and his brother, Bleda, for as Huns had a stag symbol, I traced them to stag-using Bloods that should be a branch of Floods. It just so happens that the Tully/Flood wolf heads are in the colors of the Burely/BOURly boar heads, and both use green Shields, as do Bauers and Bowers.

If that's not enough shock, the stag in the Blood Crest: "A buck's head erased proper, antlers gold, with an ARROW in his mouth." Therefore, it appears that Tullys are very linkable to Tile's / Tills. The Tully/Flood write-up even traces to MacTUILE's, like the Toile variation of Tools (in Till colors). Bloods are said to be from "ap Llud," as though they had been Lluds / Lloyds first, but I've got an argument against that. I say that the evolution of terms was the other way around: Bleda > Blood > Flood > Floyd > Lloyd. The Floods/Floyds are said to be a cognate of "Lloyd," and the latter is defined as "grey," but that's problematic, as stated.

Tullys are even in the colors of "Bleda"-like Blade's, though the latter's use of white pheons suggests that Blade's and Pilate liners rather than of Bleda (Attila's brother). I struggled with that and thought that Attila could have been from a line of Pontius Pilate. The black talbot of Blade's (Yorkshire) can link them to Yorkshire elements of Caracalla Bassianus, for he with his father (emperor Septimius Severus) were in Yorkshire fighting a war. I traced Caracalla to emperor Valentinian (shortly before emperor Avitus), whose line was Squirrel-related, and then the Lurks/Lurge's (giant squirrel) were first found in the same place (Ayrshire) as Carricks.

Perta is in wolf-depicted Lycaonia, and QUADE's use wolf heads. The stab is that the Till entity that named Quadratilla evolved into a Tol / Tul variant that named Attila's house of Dulo, and that the ancestors of Dulo were of Toulouse elements as they ended up first in Galatia. The rulers of Anatolia were flinging / receiving daughters all over, with Parthians a part of the power struggle, which may explain Attila's arrival to Europe from the Caspian-sea theater. Perta even smacks of "Parthia" (a thing I didn't realize until the rest of this paragraph was already written).

Tile's/Tillers are said to be from Geoffrey de MANDEville, which recalls the Minds/Munds and Mandys, very traceable to "Amyntes." The Mandeville's are said to be from Stoke! That tends to prove what was only suggested above, that the Tile/Tilley dragon is the Bogan dragon while the latter is a version of the Stoke lion.

Often, a king's mortal enemy is his own family member. I imagine that there would have been no thoughts or efforts toward seeking thrones by many past rulers had not their family members been rulers first, for that created the opportunity and confidence for taking over. Attila came to Europe seeking to conquer Rome just when Avitus was emperor, and the Vito/Vio surname uses an annulet in colors reversed to the Till annulets. The line of Quadratilla (ruled Cilicia, beside Lycaonia) married Julius Avitus.

If only there was sufficient proof to trace Baums to Pamphylia, one could virtually clinch an Attila trace there by the fact that Bucks use a Shield split horizontally in the colors of the same of Baumgardners. Both the latter and Baums are said to be Jewish, and we expect Levites in the Quadratilla line, right? It just so happens that the Blood bucks are said to be "lodged," the same as the Dawson and Haslip stags, and for me this traces to the proto-Hasmoneans. German Bucks use an upright lion in colors reversed from the Lodge lion, and the latter happens to be in the colors of the Tool / Comminges lion. The Lodge's/Loge's are said to be from Loges of Calvados, where the Stoke's trace that are likely using the same lion. Anything looking like "Loge" can be traced to the three nails of Logans.

Of some interest, Bucks were first found in the same place as Burley/Bourley-suspect Burrs, and the latter use a Shield-and-Chief color combination in the colors of the split Shield of Bucks. Buckinghams use besants.

Having come to Has liners, this is a good place to mention that the Lurch/Larcher / Archer dragons are in the white color of the same used by English Blois' (Lodge/Loge colors), first found in the same place as Lodge's, Deacons and Clare's. I traced Joan of ARC to the Arc river flowing by Modane, and Joan ruled Blois. Therefore, it looks like Archers are Joan-of-Arc liners, though I would take it back earlier in history to the namers of the Arc river. Herod ARCHelaus had a Parthian surname from his Parthian wife (Glaphyra's cult at Comana was of Parthian extraction). Jon of Archy's family was a "Du Lys" surname, but there is a Dulys/DULY surname (in Lurch / Archer colors) smacking of the house of Dulo.

The dragon design used by Lurch's is in the Clark Crest, and the Clark Coat uses the Archer / Cutter dragon design. Clarks are expected to trace to the Clerk variation of Clairs, explaining why Clarks share gold roses and besants-on-red with Clerks/Clairs. As Clerks/Clare's were first found in the same place as Seconds/SEGURs, recall how the Segni's/SEGURana's traced with Frocks/Froggs to the Segni location at the source of the Gari river, the river where Frosinone is located. One Clark Coat shares the blue lion with Gars/Karens.

The potent-using Skits and Scheds were traced to priestly liners in the Setta valley on small evidence, I'll admit, but I maintained the trace like I knew what I was talking about. Note the look of potent crosses like two columns crossed, for I am now being led to the Mallets and Martels, suspect with the column-using Malta's/Maletto's. I recall reporting several times that the French Martels used three crowns (no longer shown with three), and they happen to be in use in the French Basil Coat, looked up as per Claudia Basilio, wife of Mr. Proculus. If it is correct to trace Basils to that woman, imagine how important Proculus must be to heraldry. You don't make it big to heraldry unless you make it big in the dog-fight of nobility. However, that idea may be a non-starter, for Basils are also "Bezan," and could therefore be from "Bassus / Bassianus," the surname of Julia Quadratilla being Bassus. It doesn't necessarily trace to Mrs. Basilio, but then the variations may reflect expression for both her surname and that of the Bassus line.

The Basilio crowns are reflective of the Mallet scallops and the Bessel stars. The Mallet hind gets lozenges in the colors of the Brison / Camel lozenges. Brisons trace to Montbrison beside mount Forez and St. Etienne, and then the Etienne's share billets in the same colors as the BESANcon billets. Besancons were first found in Forez. No joke. It's the Caepio treasure. This paragraph becomes much more important when Brisons are clinched as a branch of the same that named Aulus Julius Proculus. This is important enough to spell out: Brisons / Bryse's/Brice's are expected from Bricks, said to be from Broc of Anjou, while Brocks and Prokopps/Brocoffs use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Cutters, suspect with "Quadratilla," mother of Julius Proculus.

Bryse's/Brice's could be using the Annas Shield. Bryse's/Brice's look like they are from Justine's/Justus, first found in PERTHshire.

Going to English Basils, the write-up claims a strong case for tracing to a location in Flanders, and from that it also traces by some untold naturally extension to BesselSLEIGH in Berkshire. The Bessels (Bisset and BESANcon colors) are listed with a Swiss location likely from the city of Basel. But that's near Kyburg, where the Arms uses the upright gold-on-black lion shared by Carols, and then we just saw the Martel crowns of the Burgundy Basils/Bezans.

Sleighs (Croms of Berkshire?) just happen to use a gold fitchee in the Crest, symbol of the Quint Crest. Moreover, the Sleighs were first found in the same place (Derbyshire) as PROCTor-like FROGGits and Cherrys. As Foggits use cherries, we then go to the Cherry Coat to find that its chevron and symbols are colors reversed from the same of Sleighs, and moreover both surnames use a white lion in Crest. But that's not all, for the Cherry chevron is red, like the Quint chevron.

What follows is an apparent clincher that what you've just read traces to Mr. Proculus and his Basilio wife. After finding that Slicks are listed with Sleighs, the Slacks were looked up to find them using a bridge in Crest. The Bridge's, which are usually suspect with Brock / Brice/Brison / Brick lines, just happen to use the Cutter griffin design, very important for tracing to Mr. Proculus, son of Mrs. QUADRatilla Bassus. The Bridge Coat, moreover, uses the colors and format of the Sleigh/Slick Coat.

Then the Brights were recalled that use three stars in the colors and positions of the Bessel stars, and, moreover, Bessels use a fleur-de-lys in the colors of the same of Crabs (CamBRIDGE, where Capone's etc. were first found) while the other Bridge Coat uses crabs! There's a lot of meat in there. It's verifying hard that Sleighs are kin to Bessels so that both were at Besselsleigh. Moreover, there is some fine disposition here in Brights (suspect with Brigit) and Bridge's for linking to a PROCulus term, especially as Bridge's are said to be from "Brugg."

Crabs even use another white lion in Crest, albeit just a lion's "claw." With the Crab fleur in colors reversed, the Coat becomes the Stave/Stephenson Coat. The Crail variation of Crabs could, when the two terms are put side-by-side, indicate the Gravill location of Mallets. Gravills happen to share pellets with Basils of Besselsleigh, and the Gravills (Schutz kin) use FIVE pellets in the colors of the Chaplet swans. While Chaplets use swans in the colors of the same of French Josephs, Chaplins/Caplans were first found in the same place as English Josephs, and moreover use the Bridge griffins on what looks like the Cutter Shield with the Shield-and-Chief color combination in reverse.

I don't ever recall remarking that the two gold chevrons of French Chap(e)lins/Capplin are those of the Joseph Shield. This is astounding. I rarely load "Chaplin," but type "Kaplan" instead. French Chaplins (Calvados, a term I traced to the Cavii) use nothing but two gold chevrons on a blue Shield, and I've been looking for the two gold chevrons of Josephs (blue Shield) for a long time, and here the first ones that I've seen are absolutely super evidence that both Joseph surnames were from Joseph Caiaphas. It's not me that needs convincing, but some of the readers.

Only one instance of "French Chaplin" comes up in my files, in the 5th update of August, 2012, where I claimed that it uses the same-colored chevron as Payens. It suggests that it was showing as a single chevron at that time. The change to two chevrons is very welcome. If they were trying to hide a Chappes relationship to Payens proved in heraldry, it just backfired by showing evidence for a Joseph Caiaphas reality proven by heraldry.

The Chapells/Chables' are using green on the lower side of their Shield that can jibe with the green perchevron of English Josephs.

There is a good argument for tracing these Caiaphas lines to the naming of Chablais on the southern shore of lake Geneva, for Bellamys and Perche's trace to the Arve river on the west side of Chablais. The Harvey chevron is in the colors of the one / two Chapell chevron(s), and Perche's share the two Garvey chevrons, you see, while Chappes' use a PERCHEvron. The Chapells that come up as "Chables" are in Cable/Cabel colors. Cavals, showing a calk in the red color of the Charo/Claro bull, were first found in neighboring Cornwall.

Due to the importance, I'm going to quote an entire paragraph from above, most of which was inserted after writing here. I'll put the inserted part in italics to emphasize what I was thinking at the time: the Stagg chevron was the Chaplin chevron in colors reversed. Then, see how the inserted part led to the Caens using a version of the Cable Coat.:

The Stewarts have become clinched with Liebs/Liebers tracing to Liebulf of Provence, who supported Lerins abbey. As I said before starting this section, the Honors are using a stag with all three features of the Stewart stag (facing forward; front legs parallel; rear legs spread ), a thing I rarely see. The Honors are suspect from Honore, the founder of Lerin abbey! I like this trace. It's making sense. And by the way, the Stagg/Stage surname, first found in the same place as English Stewarts, looks like its using a version of the Scottish Stewart Coat. It could suggest that many heraldic stags trace to the Stewart-Stagg merger. I would suggest relationship with the Stake's/Stacks / Stoke's, Astikas suspects in the past, and, in fact, the Stoke's use a two-tailed lion in the white colors of the same in the Arms of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, while the Stacks use the same lion (one tail) but in both colors of the Comminges lion. The way to trace Stoke's to the Traby-Astikas merger is by the Stoke location, near Caen, while Caens share the five, white Traby ostrich feathers. It seems clear from this that Caens are using the Lieber / Stewart fesse.

Cable's were first found beside the Staggs, and the latter were first found in the same place as Chives'. The blue Stagg stags now become suspect as a major Caiaphas line, and that goes to the blue stag of Annas-suspect Hanna's, and from there to the stags of Hands, Anne's/Hanne's, and Annabels/Hannibals. The Staceys were just looked up as per "Stagg," and they use another stag (two features of the Stewart stag) as well as the Annandale saltire as used by Bruce's.

Aha! The STACEy motto is not only the EuSTACE motto, but the two surnames share the same cross, albeit the Eustace cross is not a saltire. It means that the Eustace's are likely Staggs/Staigs, and that the Eustace cross is of the Annandale's, right? There is a "Per Segur" look to the Stacey / Eustace motto, and this can trace with the Segni's/Segurs to Segni on the same river as Setia. It's where I'm now tracing the Frocks/Froggs (i.e. to Frosinone) that were first found in Shropshire, where proto-Stewarts lived. Segni is smack beside Annan-like Anagni, and as it's at the sources of the Gari, let's recall that Frock-related Grimaldi's and/or Monaco elements link to Garin of Province.

Two gold fesse bars (i.e. suspect with the two Chaplin chevrons) are used by Clavers/Cleavers, first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Barks/Berks (larks), important because I think the green perchevron of Josephs links to the two green chevrons of Burghs, first found in the same place as Josephs. The Claviere's (probably use a version of the Bouillon cross) were first found in the same place as Bouillons, thus adding to the evidence that Eustace's are indeed from Godfrey's father. That little gold cross in the Stagg/Staig Crest was recognized as a Eustace-line symbol that was, with small variance, used in the flag of Templar Jerusalem.

Note that GodFREYs are using swans (symbol of the Arms of Boulogne) in the colors and format of Capone's. To hide the link, the Godfrey swans are said to be pelicans, but that only traces to Publius Pulcher, son of a Caepionis. Ask whether Freys / Frisians trace to FROSinone (Gari river). Why do Gars/Karens share the blue lion with Freie's/Freys'?

There is a good chance that Charles the Bald was a Caiaphas liner of the Chaff kind, for Chaffs are said to be named after "bald," but that may be an error or even a cover-up. Eustace named his other son, BALDwin. Don't you find it Septimania-suspicious that the other Godfreys, using an ugly griffin, put a SCEPTer in its "forepaw"? I'll bet the Godfrey griffin is a version of the same-colored Leonardo-da-Vinch griffin. Eustace's were first found in the same place (Kildare) as Pollock-related Tools, and Kildare's must be using the Stacey saltire, which is the Eustace cross, and so a read of the Kildare write-up links them all to the Desmond cross. As the KilDARE saltire is used in the Arms of Ayrshire, the Dare's might be D'Ayers. The Ayer-related Shaws/Sheaves use a "vincit" motto term. German Dare's use the same garbs (sometimes "sheaves") as Josephs / Avis'/Avison on a Shield-and-Chief color combination identical to the Cutters.

I'd like to go back to the parrot of Jewish Baumgardners and the Jewish Baums using crossed spears in the colors of the same of Pasi's (keep in mind that Gardners are Capes' and Kaplan kin). The Pasi spears were traced to the crossed spears of Speers, first found in the same place as Pollocks. The Petty parrot is suspect with Petty = Peter lines to Peter Pollock, and Peters even share mascles with Petts/Perts. There is even a Jewish Pollock surname with a bend in colors reversed to the Pert/Pett bend. The Perts/Petts are said to be from a "PAMpered CHILD," suspect as code for three things: Pamphylia, Pere=Peter lines; Childs/Chills. The Childs trace by their Chill variation to Chillingham, where Hebrons were first found, and then Quadratilla is suspect with "Keturah" of Hebron. Perta of Lycaonia has become suspect with Quadratilla, whose surname was, Bassus, like "Pasi." That's the new realization, for it's to be expected that some lines tracing to her would use FOUR symbols, such as the four spears in the Baum Coat. With a Baum trace to Quadratilla and a Baumgardner trace to Caepio, it could look like a line of Publius Caepio-Pulcher merged with Quadratilla's line.

If Baums were Bohemians, from the Boii of Bologna, then that speaks to a Pasi line back to "MaccaBAEUS. However, I have a hard time tracing "Baum" both to PAMphylia and to "Bohum."

The Pamphylians were founded by characters, Amphilocus and Amphiaraus (why P-less?). Amphiaraus was father to Amphilocus and Alcmaeon while the latter is obvious code for Maeonians under "Alcmene," mother of Hercules, husband of Hebe. Here's from one of my Ladon-book chapters that can trace "Cleito" (mythical mother of far-West Atlanteans, married Pisidians) from Pamphylia to the Celts/Colts, first found in PERTHshire:

I think that Clitus depicts the Khaldi/Chaldeans, what I view as the proto-Celts; recall from the previous chapter that the mother of the god, Solymos [branch of Cabelees and Pisidians], was made "Chaldene." That has got to lead to Cleito [wife of Atlantean Poseidon], and so behold that one of her ten Atlantean sons/tribes, with Poseidon as father, was Ampheres [Pamphylia was beside Pisidia], while the son of Mantius [entertain this from proto-"Amyntes" elements], Oicles, was given Amphiaraus as a son. Oicles was the brother of Clitus, wherefore she should depict the Celts of northern Italy moving into western Europe, with Cleito then depicting the same Celts in Britain.

...I will identify Oicles as a Cutha peoples because "Aiclus and Cothus are sometimes described as being [Xuthus'] children."

...Amphiaraus was husband of Eriphyle, a term smacking of the Pamphylians...

I may not have known before that time that Pamphylians were founded by Amphi elements. I went on to suggest that "Ampheres" was the namer of the Imperi peoples that ran the Boofima cult. I had traced the Imperi to the Beefs/Boeufs of PERIgord, but I now see that Boeufs happen to share a blue-on-white fesse with Sodans/Sowdens who in-turn share blue-on-white scallops with Perts/Petts. Amazing. I didn't plan to go to the Boofima cult here, but this has been useful for making the Pamphylian link to Perts/Petts yet again.

But the Boofima trace to Pamphylia now intrigues me, especially if the Imperi trace to mythical Paris, early Parthians and Gorgons? Were the Paris Trojans from priests? Is that what evolved to the Pharisees, who, once in Israel, assumed the role of Mosaic priests only due to the political correctness at the time? I had traced the frog goddess, Hecate (see Keket), to "Hecuba / Hector" the mother and brother of Paris, and the Medea character that worshipped Hecate was gleaned as a Keturah > Medan line. Hecate was given a wolf theme so that Lycaonians can apply to her. I wonder whether Lycaonians had been of the Lasonii, from Laish, home of Jonathan the pagan Levite.

AMAZING: the Nagle's, who were traced to "Oneglia" = IMPERia, use a fesse in the colors of the Sodan/Sowton fesse, and both surnames use three gold symbols upon that fesse! That is a huge key to tracing Nagle's, not just as Boofima elements to Baphomet lovers, but for tracing Nagle's to Pamphylians, for Nagle's were even first found in PEMbroke! The BROKE half can go to the Cutter-related Prokopps/Brocuffs where Paris-like Prusa's are listed, and therefore to Proculus, son of Quadratilla! Nagle's are even listed with NAILs (Cutter / Brocoff colors), meaning that Neils or Nagle's may have taken that variation as part of the heraldic nail symbol of the Crucifixion. Why are some Neils listed as "Grail"? Were Neils if the PERCival cult?

As you can see in the Nagle write-up, a member of that family went with Strongbow Clare to fight wars in Ireland. Why "StrongBOW"? Was he part of the Lurch/Larcher bloodline? so support a Pembroke trace to Pamphylia, Perta-suspect Parrots were first found in Pembroke.

Note the "non" motto term of Nagle's (fesse colors reversed from the Non fesse), for they have NANgale / NANgell variations while being said to have a NOGla version that could form NONgale-like variations. Mythical Nunn of Egypt was the frog god. Why do Brocoffs use a sphinx? It may be code for Spinks, but an Egyptian symbol may have been used for a blood reason. Nagels are said to be from "Angulos," but that may not have been the original term. Surely, they named Oneglia. But if they were an Angles line to the English, note that Phrygian-suspect Frisians spoke English as their natural language. It could be that "frog" was a Brog-like term at one time to the proto-Angles, and that Brigians / Phrygians were named after their frog god and/or goddess. Mythical Frigg is suspect here, the mother of certain Scandinavians.

While the Nagle and Beef/Boeuf fesses are in the colors of the Bavarian lozenges, Nagle's use lozenges, as do Grimaldi's (of Monaco, beside Imperia) whom I trace to the Bavarian lozenges for a Grimoald reason. It looks like Nagle's and Imperia all link to the Bogens of Bavaria.

As Sodans/Sowtons link well to the Patterson scallops because Pattersons are said to be from Sodhans, it tends to trace PATTersons and related PATricks to the Pett variation of Perts. In other words, Pattersons can now trace to Perta with all of this accumulated evidence, and then Scottish Pattersons use Pulcher-suspect pelicans. The Irish-Patterson write-up is ridiculous. The Patterson scallops-in-Chief look traceable to the Russell scallops-in-Chief, and there in the Russell Crest, a goat, a Boofima symbol. The Patterson drops filling the Shield are used by Drops/Trope's (Tool lion?) suspect now with Derbe-of-Lycaonia elements to Derbyshire.

Repeat: "The black-on-white Peebles chevron is engrailed, as is the same-colored fesse of Frocks/Froggs" The Derby chevron is in the colors of the Peeble's chevron, important if Publius Pulcher traces to the naming of Peebles, which is beside Lothian, where Roslin (home of a chief Clarus entity) sits that I trace to "Rosellon," the alternative name of Roussillon, where Russells are expected to have origins. But as Lurco was the father-in-law of a Pulcher, note the ENGRailed term, for Ingers are listed with Enders and use three arrows on a blue Shield, as do Lurch's/Larchers. Then, ENGERs/Angers (Essex, same place as Phreeze's and Quints) happen to use lozenges in the colors of the Nagle lozenges, but Engers/Angers are said to be from the same place (ANJou / ANGERS) as the Broc location to which Brocks and Bricks are traced! Nailed it. See that Grails (fetterLOCKS links to Lohengrin, son of the Grail King) are listed with Nagle-related Neils.

Why didn't the Nagle write-up trace to Anjou??? The Weirs/Vere's (who do trace themselves to 9th-century Anjou) are not only using the Nagle fesse (looks like a version of the Sodan/Sowton fesse), but a "nihil" motto term as code for the Nihill branch of Neils. That's a good reason for tracing Drakenberg Vere's to the Guerin link I make to Oneglia = Imperia = Baphomet. The Shield-and-Chief color combination of Engers/Angers is even colors reversed to the same of Brocks and Prokopps/Brocoffs. Anjou is where Vere's trace their mythical Melusine, which I say was code for Melissena Rangabe, wife of Inger.

The Enger/Anger Crest shares a so-called escarBUNCle. There is a Buncle/Bunckhill surname (just buckles), but the Froggit- and Archer-honored Bunch's (PERTHshire) may apply too. The Bunch Crest shares the stork with the Pert/Pett Crest, very important if we think that Laish's Levites should trace to Lycaonia, for Bunch's are suspect with the 600 Benjamites. The Perts/Petts have their stork in "bulrushes" that may apply to Russell liners. The Rush's (wolf!) just happen to use three white horses of the same design and format as in the Frey/Free/Fry and Phreeze/Freys/Frees Coats. There is a continual show of evidence for a Phrygian merger with Pamphylians. The Freys/Frys are said to be from a small fry (no joke haha) = "child," recalling the "pampered child" code in the Pert/Pett write-up. The Masonic leaders have been mocking you, world.

The Bunch lozenges are called "diamonds" for a Diamond-surname reason. The Diamonds use the Bunch fesse, essentially, and the Diamond motto uses "MISERis SUCCURRer", part-code for Misers/Messervys that use cherries, code for the Froggit-honored Cherrys. Diamonds were from Derry of Ulster, perhaps related to KilDARE. Both Derry surnames use oak themes.

Here's from the 5th update of June, 2010:

As mythical Amphiaraus (married EriPHYLE) and his son/brother, AmPHILOCUS depicted PamPHYLIANS, I should add that a new realization came to me, that the illusive meaning of "phylia" should prove to be in "Abila," the Ammonite location of the proto-Apollo cult (in my tentative opinion). BUT, I trace "Abila" forward (in time) to "Abellinum," suggesting that Bellamys were Pamphylians.

I didn't know at the time that AMPS/Impys (Keaton leopard face) use the Bellamy / Seaton crescents. While "AMP" can go to "AMPH," the Impy can go to "IMPeri." Boofima (used leopard gloves to conduct human sacrifices) had traced to the Bavarian Illuminati thought to have been engaged by Rothschilds; the latter traced to Quadratilla and Publius Pulcher shortly above. If proto-Apollo traced to the naming of Pamphylia, it could explain the wolf symbol of Lycaonia. There was an Abila/Abilene in the area that El-Gabal operated. A P-less "PAPHLAGONia" looks like "APOLLYON." The Amps/Impys should be using the Quint chevron in colors reversed because they were first found in the same place as Quints.

Now to the COURaboeuf variation of Beefs/Boeufs, for the Cours/Courts (besants) had linked to the Mountains and Monets suspect with "Amyntes," and then the Mountain-married Claviere's use FOUR keys. There are many Coats using four symbols as per the four corners of the Coat, and these should perhaps not be viewed as Quadratilla symbols. The four spears are not at the corners of the Baum Coat.

Now look at this: "Originally a cavalry officer, [AMBivulus] succeeded Coponius in 9 AD [when Jesus was 12 years old at the Temple] and ruled the area until 13 AD when he was succeeded by Annius Rufus." That's referring to Roman governors of Judea. Caepionis-like Coponius and Rufus were succeeded by Valerius Gratus, the one that put Caepionis-suspect Caiaphas on the Temple throne. But is the AMBivulus character from Pamphylian elements? A new thought.

Is his "vulus" ending of the "bulus" ending used for Alexander-Balus elements by Maccabee liners such as Aristobulus? The latter man was the line that merged with the Galatians under discussion. Amazingly, the Copon/Cobban Coat uses the same chevron as Amps/Impys! What a surprise. The same chevron is used by Staffs suspect with the Stave's/Stephensons that are a branch of Chappes-suspect Stephens. The Amp/Impy and Staff chevrons are colors reversed from the Quint chevron. The swan in the Staff Crest is white and in a red crown, like the red mural crowns of Lurch's/Larchers having a white dragon. The Toeni character in the Staff write-up traces to Mark Antony, we can assume, who put the Quadratilla family on the political map, but the Toeni's were at Leicestershire (swan liners), where Beaumonts ruled before having their titles transferred to Simon de Montfort. Now look at the following, which I did not yet know when writing this paragraph:

The county of Meulan, in Normandy, France, appeared as an entity within the region of the Vexin when the otherwise unknown Count Waleran established an independent power base on a fortified island in the River Seine, around the year 1020. Waleran's origins are subject to several genealogical myths, not least that he had predecessors in his office.

Waleran was active in the politics of his day, but the extent of the county at that date is unknown. Both he and his son Count Hugh maintained an independence from the Capetian king at Paris [Caiaphas liners of the Chappes kind, right?] by a judicious if dangerous alliance with the dukes of Normandy downstream. This led to the marriage of Adeline, Count Hugh's sister, to the Norman magnate, Roger de Beaumont.

The Whalers/Whelers were re-loaded as per "Waleran," and there was a white griffin in a mural crown! A mural crown always comes with FOUR points, whatever they're called. The Whalers/Wheelers are the ones with a Coat like Herods/Hurls/Heraults, lions in the green color of the Lyon / Lannoy lion, and an "Avito" motto term.

Again, I had read, from a Wells-family webpage, that Wells were a branch of Vaux/Vallibus'...that use checks in the colors of the counts of Meulan. And so lets re-mention the pelican-using WELLERs/Wells. They must be from count Waleran. Whelans, who might apply, use the Coat of Bricks from Broc.

Note how the Leicester swan has red drops and a motto like that of red-drop-using Pattersons. The Weller pelican looks like a swan probably for a reason, and the pelican is a Patterson symbol too. In other words, the Waleran marriage to Roger Beaumont (from the Harcourt Danes) traces to the Leicester swan and Patterson pelicans. The Leicester swan traces to Ligurians swan liners, where Nagle's had traced that use a fesse in colors reversed from the Leicester fesse. Pattersons had already traced to Nagle's by a different method.

Of some interest, Tile's/Tillers are said to be from Geoffrey de Mandeville while the Mandeville quarters are used in the Soar Coat while the Legros river of Leicester was also the Soar.


Especially for new or confused readers
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For serious investigators:
How to Work with Bloodline Topics

Here's what I did when I had spare time on my hands:
Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose

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

If you have received emails supposedly from me, and they look like advertisements
or anything unflattering and unexpected from me,
they were not from me but by someone using my email box to send it.

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