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June 23 - 29, 2015

Revelation's Four Horsemen: in Pomerania's Redarians?
The Lutici, the Aluta, and the McLeods of Oescus
Berenice Agrippa in a Rait Trap
Royal Duncan Scots Descend from Dunax-Rhodope

I hope you read the last update's Tryphaena part and felt the same way as I did, that the heraldry was really clicking in serving as evidence that she traces to the Trips and Sadowski's/Sadlowski's whom list "Traby" as a variation. This should explain why the Arms of Traby (Poland) use hunting horns in black, with gold stripes, while Bernice's use black hunting horn on a gold background. Plus, those are the colors of Levi's and French Josephs for very-possibly a reason.

There was a Berenice of Cilicia, daughter of Herod Agrippa (whom most Jews respected and accepted as king over them), who married Polemon II (king of Cilicia), the brother of Tryphaena (they were two children of Polemon I). But this same Berenice had married the son of Alexander below. I'm bringing Alexander to topic because I suspect him to be related to Joseph Caiaphas, for this Alexander is suspect with the vast treasure of Quintus Caepio. "The Babylonian Talmud (Yevamot 15B) gives the family name [of Caiaphas] as Kuppai."

I've not heard of Alexander before, but found him in the Wikipedia article on Antonia Minor as one of her "friends." I clicked to her article from the article on Tryphaena, whose first name was Antonia too (she descended from Mark Antony). Antonia Minor was a "great maternal aunt" of Tryphaena. By the way, that was yesterday, Monday, the day that the last update was due. Two remarkable things happened yesterday, I kid you not. It was the day that the Tryphaena topic had the Conns and Conys at issue for tracing to "Konya" (ancient Iconium, ruled by Polemon I). After publishing the update at noon, I went to work, and ended up at a nook of the garage, when I spotted what looked like a rodent "attacking" me from behind. It was a new-born rabbit/hare, not much bigger than a hamster, and smaller than a guinea pig. It was attacking me. It repeatedly tried to sit in contact with my work boot, and felt comfortable / secure there. It allowed me to touch it without the slightest qualm. When I walked away to cut some siding, it started to follow. I was banging nails to the siding several times about a foot from it, but it didn't mind at all. It ended up going to sleep directly under the wall that I was applying siding to. I didn't connect that event to my update of yesterday because it didn't occur to me until after writing the above that it may have been another Sign from God, for He seems to repeatedly give me strange events as Signs (I've claimed about 15-20 signs over the last six years), Given as though to verify that my work is on the right track, and that He directs much of it.

After working my first shift yesterday, and before the rabbit event, I called the laundry-machine people to book a service appointment and got a woman who sounded just like Adana Teague, a elderly woman (passed away) I knew 20 years ago. It was amazing, for I thought I was talking to her ghost. The Teague's fit right into the Tryphaena topic.

Alexander the Alabarch (c. 10 BC - unknown AD) was an Alexandrian Jewish aristocrat. His brother was the exegete and philosopher Philo of Alexandria.

Alexander's family lived in Alexandria, Egypt. Although nothing is known about Alexander's parents, they must have been noble and wealthy, because Josephus reports that Alexander "surpassed all his fellow citizens both in ancestry and in wealth." (Antiquities 20.100). Philo was Alexander's older brother.

Alexander had two sons, Tiberius Julius Alexander and Marcus Julius Alexander. After 41 AD, Alexander and Agrippa I arranged for their children to be married. Alexander's second son Marcus Julius was wed to princess Berenice. (Antiquities 19.276-277) Marcus Julius died prematurely without producing any children with Berenice. (Evans, p. 581) Tiberius Julius was the Procurator of Judea from 46 to 48 and the Prefect of Egypt from 66 to 69. In 70, he participated in the Siege of Jerusalem as Titus' second-in-command.

...Contemporary evidence of Alexander's life only comes from the historian Josephus. There is one reference in The Jewish War and four in Antiquities of the Jews. Alexander's brother Philo only refers to him indirectly in On Animals. (Evans, p. 577)

...Later Alexander became an administrator for the extensive land estates in Egypt, owned by Antonia Minor. Antonia Minor was a Roman noblewoman, who was the niece of Emperor Augustus and the youngest daughter of the triumvir Mark Antony. Alexander had been a long-time friend of Antonia Minor's youngest child, the future Emperor Claudius.{citation needed}.

As an indication of Alexander's great wealth, he had nine gates at the Second Temple in Jerusalem "overlaid with massive plates of silver and gold." (War, 5.205)

...Sometime between 37 and 41 AD, the Emperor Caligula ordered Alexander to be imprisoned in Rome for an unknown reason. This could be connected to Philo's embassy to Caligula in Rome in 39/40. After the death of Caligula in 41, his paternal uncle Claudius became Emperor and he immediately released Alexander from prison. Josephus wrote that Alexander was "an old friend of {Claudius}, who had acted as guardian for his mother Antonia." (Antiquities, 19.276)

Josephus is himself suspect as a relative of Joseph Caiaphas. Where did Alexander get enough gold to decorate nine temple gates? It's bringing the Templars to mind whom are suspect in invading Jerusalem to get what gold was left over after the Romans collected as much as they could in 70 AD (we can assume that Titus and Vespasian got the lion's share of the temple gold from Alexander's offerings). The suspicion is that some of it was buried under the temple.

Is it expected that Alexander's son should assist in the invasion of Jerusalem as Titus' second-in-command? It is such a strange thing, but, just as unexpected, Josephus betrayed his Jewish people and got "adopted" by Titus, for Josephus took the Flavius family name of Titus. One has reason to believe here that Josephus was related to Alexander. Perhaps the invasion of Jerusalem was Tiberius' (Alexander's son) idea in the first place, because he thought he knew where the Caepio gold owned by Caiaphas (and possibly the Herods) was hidden. When Herod Archelaus was banished by a Roman caesar, he went to live (apparently by his own choice) at Vienne-Isere, close to the battle at Orange waged upon Quintus Caepio (Roman general) the year after he stole the gold bars from Rome. It makes sense that Julius Caesar got hold of a part of that gold via his long affair with Quintus' granddaughter. Alexander's family, as we can plainly see, uses the Julian names. Their Alexander surnames are indication that they descend from the Alexander-named Maccabees, and therefore from king Alexander Balas (Greek, Seleucid).

The Antony/Antonia surname uses gold-on-blue stars, symbol of the French Julians, perfectly expected where Mark Antony was an ally of Julius Caesar. But these stars are in the Antony Chief, and of the same colors of the garbs in the Joseph Chief. Both Chiefs are left undefined by a separate color (i.e. the Chiefs are, like the Shields, blue). The Antony description: "A shield divided perfesse blue and silver with a silver flower, stalked and LEAVED green, and two gold stars in chief." The heraldic CHIEF is itself suspect as code for Caiaphas, and, if correct, exposes that heraldry masters gave his bloodline a chief spot on the Shield, the upper one-third.

The French Julian saltire is in the colors of the Cotta/Cotys fretty, and both surnames were first found in the same place (Languedoc), suggesting that the Cotta's are from Aurelia Cotta, Julius' mother. But the inclusion of "Cotys" into the list of the Catti variations speaks to king Cotys I, husband of Tryphaena. Cotys was king of THRACE while DRAKE's were first found in the same place as garb-using Josephs. That place is Hampshire, perhaps related to Hamburg, where German Trips were first found. There is a Hampshire surname, but it doesn't show a Coat. The Hamburg/Hambury surname (share's drops with Kilpatricks and Pattersons) uses the crosslets of English Trips (Kent, same place as Axton that was traced to Actium, a Polemon entity), which are of the style used as a giant symbol in the English Julian Coat.

The drops must be code for Drops/Trope's, now making that bloodline part of the Tryphaena lines, which, I think, go to two Tropoje locations, one in Illyria on the Apsus river. The second update of this month has many Apsus-river connections to heraldry, including the Pattersons. It was a reader with Patterson surname, owner of a pet called, CopperChief, that shared her dream with me concerning a blue lion named "something like "Cappeo". The Coppers/Coopers and Yorks ("copias" motto term) became a repeated topic after that time, and were traced to Cypros, mother of the first Herod, and wife of Antipater, important because Pattersons / Kilpatricks / Patricks / Paternosters traced (in the second update) to Antipatria (at the Apsus), said to be named after an Antipater. The Coppers/Coopers (share the blue York saltire) have a Coat looking like a version of the Kilpatrick Coat, but using the leopard faces of Coverts (suspect with the Acton / Craven fesse) instead of cushions.

English Antonys (Lincolnshire) use a giant leopard FACE, code for Face's that share the Macclesfield cross while the Arms of Macclesfield (blue Cappeo / Caepio lion) uses "copia" in the motto. The Face and Macclesfield cross is in the colors of the Julian saltire, wherefore the Macclesfields trace to Mark Antony lines as well as to Quintus Caepio. Mark Antony attempted to conquer the world Julian-style.

As the same cross style of Julians is used by Teague's in the same colors, it now strikes me that God may have provided the problem with my laundry machine, for the woman that sounded like Adana Teague assigned Cory to come fix it, and the French-Julian saltire is used by Currys. The Irish Corys, first found in Cork, are suspect with the Core/Cork surname, and then the Gore's, who use the same cross style, use them in the colors of the Trip crosses!

I had forgotten the surname that uses a version of the Kilpatrick Coat, but it turns up as the English Cory Coat, and then Kilpatricks use a white saltire, the color of the Julian / Curry saltire. The Kilpatricks were suspect from "Patrician," the family line of Julius Caesar. Currys, Corys and Gore's/Core's were traced to Chora on Patmos, and Patmos is where John received the Revelation having the introduction of the 666, a number that can be gleaned in the three 6-shaped strings of the Traby hunting horns. The so-called SCALING ladder of Trips traces, therefore, to Skala, another city on Patmos.

The Capone's (suspect with the Caepionis version of "Caepio") have been linked (by me) to Camps, but here I find that Irish Corys use both the chevron and the three griffin heads (same design at this time but may change in an effort to hide this revelation) of Hamp-like Camps! These chevrons and their griffins have the look of the Capone Coat, and Capone's (share gold stars with French Julians) were first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as Julians. I have suggested that the Talons/Talants (share the eagle talon with Augustus-suspect Augusts) are using a version of the Capone / Camp Coat, which is important for tracing Talants to the Taulantii Illyrians, beside the Cavii Illyrians to which I trace "Caepio". The Core's/Corks are highly suspect in using tails of the lions used by Taulantii-suspect Tailers.

Camps were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Scarfs while the Sadowski/Traby Coat uses a scarf in the colors of the Dutch-Camp eagle and German-Camp dancette. Camps are in Campbell/Cammell colors while the Campbell gyronny appears to be in use by the Rowans/Rome', suspect from the last update with "Rhoemetalces," son of Tryphaena. This was perhaps the most-important find for discovering the parentage of Joseph Caiaphas, for Pulleys/Pullens, in using the Romney Coat, are suspect from "Polemon," and then the Pulley/Pullen Chief uses the martlets of French Josephs.

The last update realized that the Italian Roman surname, first found in the same place (Naples) as the Italian Capone's, are using a white wolf (Gore/Core symbol too) on a blue background because the Scarfs use wolf heads in those colors (i.e. Italian Romans trace to Tryphaena). The three Scarf wolf heads are in the design of the three of Quade's, and then while the Scarfs traced to Tryphaena, whose father ruled Cilicia, the Quade's are suspect with QUADratus and his daughter, Quadratilla, a family that likewise came to rule (on behalf of Romans) in Cilicia.

Last week, I awoke with "Tessen" on my mind, as though it was part of a dream. The Cappeo-lion dream of Patterson was as she awoke from sleep. Why might God want to lead me to Tessens? I've just seen that the German Hamburg Coat is a good reflection of the Tessen Coat, and the latter were first found in Pomerania, near Hamburg. Pomerania was home to the Griffin surname suspect with "Agrippa." The Tessens use nothing but a blue-on-white fesse, the symbol of Bernice's and related Burns ("spur rowels"). Does it make sense to trace Berenice liners to Agrippa liners?

I read that the House of Griffin of Pomerania were of the Mieszko's of Pomerania, and Mieszko's were, like Trabys, Poles. The Mieske/Mesech surname uses, in all probability, the Pohlman bull head, a surname suspect with "Polemon." The German Trips use the boots once showing for French Masseys.

It just so happens that the Tess surname (leaves) uses the same saltire as German Julians and Currys. The Tess' are also "Tease," linkable to the Taise variation of Teague's, for there is another Tease surname with a Tigh variation. Again, a woman that sounded like Adana Teague (thick Texas accent) gave me Cory as my repairman.

Let's go back to the "LEAVED" term used by the Antonys, for LEVETTs/Lovatts share three black-on-white wolves with Quade's, and the Teague Crest even has a wolf. English Levetts were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Corys. Instead of the Kilpatrick cushions, Corys use CINQUEfoils (possible code for Quints / Quince's) in the colors of the same of Gangs/Geggs, the latter suspect in the "Gang" motto term of Scottish Drummonds. German Drummonds were first found in the same place as Trips, which traces Drummonds to Tryphaena, as expected because I've been tracing Drummonds to Thermodon / Trabzon, an area ruled by Tryphaena's father, and suspect with her very name. As Corys are said to include an early Cari surname, it doesn't look coincidental that Italian Cari's (share's palm tree with Cards) use vertical bars in the colors of the horizontal bars of Scottish Drummonds. Irish Carys (strike me as a Mieske-Maschi line) were first found in the Cork area (home of MusKERRY), and English Carys were first found in the same place as Leavells.

Perhaps I was wrong to trace the Trip / Massey / Vey boots to Bute (blue lion), or, at least, the Trip / Massey boots might trace instead to "Little Boots" (= Caligula), the nickname of emperor Gaius, whom I view as the first of seven heads of the Revelation dragon: "Tryphaena was appointed by Caligula in 38 and served as a priestess in the cult of Julia Drusilla (Caligula's sister) and in 42 was appointed by Claudius to serve as a priestess in the cult of late Roman Empress Livia Drusilla." The boot-using Masseys/Masse's (now show "a tree without LEAVES") were first found in the same place (Savoy) as the Gauis-like Gays. Gauis was brother to Agrippina the Younger, and therefore of the Nero family now suspect from the Nera river near Rieti, the latter being the origin of the Vespasian > Titus line. Rieti is on the Salto river, very traceable to Sale's/Sallete's that appear to be using a version of the English Cary Coat. Carys, using the swan design once showing for French Josephs, were first found in the same place (Somerset) as Rieti-based Roets whom trace without doubt to Caria.

Amazing. As I was just trying to figure out why Masseys use "without," the hare-using Withers (Hampshire) came to mind, and then I recalled the little hare that came to sit at my work boot! That is making me laugh. There has got to be a reason as to why "withOUT" was used instead of "with," for the latter can yet be code for Withers. They use the colors and format of Newports, and therefore trace to Newport at Wight i.e. Withers were named after the Isle of Wight. Newports share the black-on-white leopard face's of Levi-honored Aide's, reinforcing the idea that the Massey leaves are for Levi liners.

Witherspoons are interesting because Spoons (blood drops, swan) can trace to MalaSPINA's of Massa-Carrara, suspect with the Malahule > D'ESPAINE line to le Meschin. The Spine's were first found in the same place (Warwickshire) as Spoons, and the Spine Coat could be a version of the Capone / Camp / Cory Coat. See also the Pine's/Pyne's as per EPINEville of the Spine's, for Paine's/Payne's use a "Malo" motto term. Epaine's/Epinays/EsPAYNE's were first found in Somerset. They will crop up again later at Rijeka liners of an Abraham kind when the Vespasian family traces to Rijeka. It will have to do with the Radars/Redders sharing the Hagar star.

Emperor Gaius (an evil lunatic) was also the brother of Julia LIVILLA, a name suspect now with Laevillus, husband of Quadratilla. The Leavells were first found beside the place (Cornwall) where Veys/Vivians were found, whom strike me as the real-world identity of myth code, Morgan le Fay of Avalon. I had gleaned many years ago that Avalon was Bute. It's the Dutch Veys that use a boot. The Carrots/Carews (could be the Levi lions), whom you'll find in the Cary write-up, were first found in the same place as Veys/Vivians. While Tippers of Cornwall are suspect with the Pendragon motto, the Pendragon fleur-de-lys have been traced to the fleur of Sale's/Sallete's. The Carrot/Carew motto term, "Bien," is used by same-colored Carricks, and the latter are said to descend from Craigs (Cary colors) using "Vive et Vivas" for a motto, what looks like code for Vivian liners. The Carrick motto, "Garde bien," must be code for the Gards (HAWK's lure and wolf), first found in Cork, and then English Gards look to be using a version of the Pulley/Pullen Coat.

The Pilgrims honored by the Hawk's pilgrim's stave's were traced in the last update to Pelle's/Pelers, the same that the Pulley/Pullen motto seems to honor. "Pelen" gets the Phalens sharing a white-on-blue bend with Gards and Pulleys/Pullens, but moreover the Pelen/Phalen Chief uses the Massey/Macey fleur-de-lys, in the colors of the Massey/Masse Chief, the latter being the surname once showing the Trip boots!

Carricks were first found in the same place as Kyle (and Mackeys), perhaps a term from "CALIgula" (it could be that historians are incorrect in interpreting "Caligula" as "little boot," yet the incorrect view can still come to usage in heraldry). "CaliGULA" looks like it can figure as a Julian line, perhaps to the Gullys. Masseys and Mieszko's trace to the Maezaei Illyrians near the COLapis (Kupa) river, where I trace Kyle's, Cole's, Caepio's and Gore's/Core's. The Massey/Masse's have crescents that were traced to the Luna's, and to a Luna location beside Muskerry-suspect Massa-Carrara. Italian Cali's, first found in the same place as Cari's/Caretti's, look linkable to the Fortuna talbot, and use a COLLar on a greyhound. Hounds/Houns share the ermined lozenges of Giffords using the Paine/Payne motto. There is a "Lady Fortune" in the Klassen Coat, and then Glass' (BUTEshire) share the Kyle stars.

Sorry to make your head spin after mention of Julia Livilla. She was named after her aunt: "Claudia Livia Julia (c. 13 BC - 31 AD) was the only daughter of Nero Claudius Drusus and ANTONIA MINOR and sister of the Roman Emperor Claudius and general Germanicus..." Claudia Livia Julia, or just, Livilla, was born roughly at the time of Caiaphas' birth, and as Antonia Minor was a great friend of Alexander of Alexandria (born 10 BC), the one who plastered a lot of gold to the temple gates, she is suspect with the inside circle of the possessors of the Caepio gold (and silver). Some months ago. Appius (Claudius) Pulcher was suspect too, and he married Aufidia (daughter of Aufidius Lurco), but it just so happens that Livilla was a great-granddaughter of Aufidia. Click the Ancestry link at bottom of page to see the family tree:

In the tree, where you see Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus, that's Appius Pulcher's adopted name. He was not born a Livius, but was adopted by Marcus Livius Drusus, whose sister (Livia Drusa) married Quintus Caepio the younger. That's how Appius Pulcher gets to be a Caepio-treasure candidate. See family tree at bottom of page, which includes Servilia Caepionis.

The Drusus surname can be suspect with Drews and Trews, the latter having the Tree surname (Warwickshire) listed as a variation to which the Massey "tree without LEAVES" can trace. The bendlets of the Tree's are also those of Orrels and Bonaparte's (see last update for Bonaparte trace to Pierleoni, then note Peirs (Hume colors), first found in Warwickshire i.e. same place as Tree's/True's. Then, as the feathered helmet of Tree's is on a coin of Herod Archelaus, while Lannoys use the symbol too, note that the other Lannoys (and Lyons) use an upright lion in colors reversed to the lion of Hume's, the latter using a "True" motto term, thus proving that the two surnames with the feathered helmet were in fact related; they don't both use the symbol on a whim of fancy.

Heraldry has only two metallic colors, gold and silver. I had noticed that surnames using the illegal gold in contact with silver -- eg. the Herod-related Hawks or the Cyzicus-suspect Cousins/Cosins -- were of Jewish lines. The Hawks/HAUKE's (same place as Antonys) became suspect with House's, whom COUSins (beside the Hawks) can trace to too. Tryphaena lived in Cyzicus, making a name for herself there. The Wikipedia writer loves her. Other Wikipedia writers appear to be in love with the disgusting Romans, who, for seeking honor and respect in being leaders, killed their own family members competing for the same. What's there to respect?

It's interesting that Scottish Coopers/Coppers/COUpers share a red-on-white chevron with COUsins (not to say that they are fundamental branches but perhaps a merger) while Dutch Coopers share a saltire in the white-on-green colors of the House cross. It doesn't necessarily indicate that Coopers were Cousin liners exclusively, for a merger can cause surname variations to be created to reflect their counterpart surname. For example, Peirs/Pere's/Peers are in the colors of the House's and Dutch Coopers while the latter show a CuyPERE variation. The Hume's are in the same colors, and perhaps developed their Home variation when a Hume family married a House liner. The prediction seems to be that Hume's were Herod liners out of Lyon, and linked to green-lion Triggs/Tricks and Driggs, surnames like the "trog" term in the True/Tree/Trow write-up.

As soon as Cali's became suspect with "Caligula," the Caleys and similar others came to mind. That was before coming to a paragraph above...that can link to Warin de Aula of Wight, where Halls merged with Kingsleys, the latter using the same cross (almost) as House's. Caleys/Cawleys (Norfolk, same as Cousins and True-like Dreys/Dreigh's) had been suspect with Auleys/Cawleys. However, there can be case's when the same surname develops from two different entities, meaning that Hall-related Aula's are not necessarily of the Auley / Aule line. It can be added that Hamburgs share the white tower of Aule's, for as Hamburgs trace to Tryphaena while she had close associations with Caligula elements, that can work. The white Hopper tower can apply because Hoppers trace to the Jewess, Opgalli, mother of GAIUS Julius Alexander Berenicianus (born about 75, a little too late to be a son of Berenice, born in 28), of a Maccabee-Herod line that ruled Cilicia. This is where the supposedly-unknown ancestry of gold-gate Alexander is suspect.

Two updates ago, I came across an article where at least one writer identified Opgalli as Berenice of Chalcis (wife of Herod Pollio), whom I did not yet know to be the same Berenice that was wife to a son of gold-gate Alexander. This Berenice, of Cilicia as well as Chalcis, was mother to a Berenicianus, making her suspect as Opgalli. However, the latter is said to be the mother of Gaius Julius Alexander, the father of GAIUS Julius Alexander Berenicianus. Might someone have made a mistake? I did, for I've been wrongly saying that Berenicianus was Alexander's brother; he's instead the son. My Achilles heel is keeping things like this straight in my head. After who was Alexander Berenicianus named? Berenice had an affair with Vespasian, father of Titus, the one who destroyed Jerusalem along with a son of gold-gate Alexander. "Josephus records three short-lived marriages in Berenice's life, the first which took place sometime between 41 and 43, to Marcus Julius Alexander, brother of Tiberius Julius Alexander and son of Alexander the Alabarch of Alexandria [= gold-gate Alexander]. On his early death in 44, she was married to her father's brother, Herod of Chalcis, with whom she had two sons, Berenicianus and Hyrcanus." There we go, Berenice, wife of Herod Pollio, birthed Berenicianus. Berenice was Julia Berenice, and Opgalli birthed a Julia. It begs the question of whether this Julia was Julia Berenice, making the naming of Alexander Berenicianus comprehensible. The possibility is that Herod Agrippa birthed Julia Berenice with Opgalli as the mother. Here's on Opgalli's daughter:

Little is known on Julius life. She was an apostate to Judaism [as was the gold-gate son, husband of Berenice]...Julia at an unknown date married a Roman Senator called Marcus Plancius Varus. Varus was a prominent and wealthy Roman, who came from a distinguish family in Galatia and his family owned large estates in Galatia...

After Varus finished his time serving as a Proconsul, Varus and Julia settled and lived in Perga the capital of the Roman province of Pamphylia. Julia became a priestess and served in the temple of the Ancient Greek Goddess Artemis in Perga. Artemis was the most important Goddess in Perga.

There is the Artemis connection that can go to ARTEMidoros, who was suspect (by me), aside from this information, in a close relationship with Opgalli. The theory had been that Artemidoros may have mated with, or birthed, Opgalli, a mother or sister of Joseph Caiaphas. Heraldry convincingly traces the Levi surname, first found in the same place as the Chappes', to Opgalli, and also to the Artem/AITon surname, first found in the same place as Opgalli-suspect Hobs (tiger for Tigranes, her husband) and Levi-beloved AIDe's. That's why Caiaphas is suspect with Opgalli and Artemidoros, but also due to the blank (supposedly unknown) parentage between Artemidoros and his grandson, Julius Severus. The Bernice motto happens to use "PerSEVERantia vincit" for a motto, partly suspect with the "qui vincit" of Shaws/Sheaves.

The Bernice Coat shares black stars (called "spur rowels") with Polesdons, suspect with king Polemon. As Vince's are suspect with Wings/Winks (silver billets = silver bars), note the Bernice Crest: "A black demi Pegasus with gold wings." Spur rowels are used also by Payens while Hugh de Payen married Elizabeth Chappes. See Rowel discussion in the last update. As you can see, the Wings/Winks share the Moor head and perchevron (solid chevron) with Chappes', and use the Julian / Teague / Gully cross. Scottish Chappes'/Chaips were first found beside Wings/Winks.

The Hoppers can be a branch of Hoopers and even Hoovers/Hubers/Hubens/Heuble's. The latter, first found in the same place (Bavaria) as German Hoopers, use wings alone in Crest, as well as a giant eagle talon in the Coat. Why should they use a larger eagle talon than Augusts? English Hoopers, with the same fesse as Augusts (and Leavells), may be using the Annas star in colors reversed, and moreover share ANNUlets with Lauds who in turn use a version of the Anchor/Annacker Coat while German Hoopers use a giant anchor. The Anaki = Anchors will end up with Raets and Raits as part of the four-horsemen suspects that are traced fundamentally to the giant annulet of Vita's, in colors reversed from the Till annulets. The Hooper annulets are in the colors of the same of German Tills, to be somewhat suspect with "QuadraTILLA" if she was partly named after a Till-like entity.

English Tills share a wyvern dragon in colors reversed with English Bogans, while German Bogans were Bavarians. This is suspect with mythical Robin Hood, for Bugs were first found in Nottinghamshire while Hoods are listed with Hoopers. Friar Tuck is, so to speak, listed with the Touque's/Tooks. Bugs sare the water BOUGet with Bernice's. Compare English Hoopers with the Touque-suspect Tease's/Tighs, first found in the same place (Nottinghamshire) as Annas' (share the Tease/Tigh star).

Hobbits/Hobarts/Habbards (Norfolk again) share the red bull of Daggers/Dackers and Savona's/Sabine's. Daggers had traced to the Dexaroi in or beside an Arnissa location, and then Annas' (ignore "Agnus") are also "Arniss." The Decks/Daggers allow us to pull the Tecks/Tess'/Tease's into this picture, and as the latter are with little doubt from the Tesson river, the Tessens (with an 'e') can join this pack while tracing to the Bernice fesse. These fesses are in Dexter-chevron colors.

I didn't know until this update that there is an Oscan-like location in Ticino: "Ascona is a municipality in the district of Locarno in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland." The Penestae, living beside the Dexaroi, were at Uscana, their Illyrian capital. That doesn't appear coincidental, tending to support a trace of Dexaroi to the naming of the Ticino. The Arms of Ascona use the Vatican keys in the colors of the Scone tower: "The modern municipality of Ascona is first mentioned in 1224 as burgus de Scona." Scone's (green wyvern) were first found in the same place (Stirling) as Chappes'/Chaips, close enough to Perthshire to be using the Hagar star. The Scone Crest, "A wyvern proper," and then Propers/Robins/Roberts (Dacker colors) use an ostrich with key in its mouth. The Stone of Scone was a royal-Scottish element, and Dackers are a branch of Duncan-related Chamberlains. I get it. The Proper/Roberts surname (Robert lion) should link to Robertsons with Duncan- / Donkey-like variations.

Later in this update, I find Scot-royal ancestry at a Dunax location at the Rhodope mountain of Thrace. This prompted me to load the Danker surname (even has a Dankin variation) off-the-cuff, to check for links to "Dagger" and "Duncan" simultaneously. The hunch found fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Lys/Lisse fleur, important because I trace the surname to Lissus, and to Lissae on the direct side of the Rhodope mountains from the Dunax mountain. Under the circumstances at hand, the "patria" motto term of Dankers/Dankins suggests a trace to Antipatria, home of the Dexaroi! This is an amazing find for verifying several links. The eight fleur of the Dankers/Dankins are in Duncan-cinquefoil colors, but more-importantly are a match with the eight white-on-red footless martlets of Chaddocks and Chadwicks, vital because the royal Duncan Scotts were also "DunCHAD." There is much to be of further use in this find.

The Dunks (antelope) happen to use the white Scone tower, apparently, but in the two colors of the same of key-using Clavers, and moreover using a Coat like that of Glove's/Glovers, two surnames that trace to GLAPHYRa Archelaus. I know this because Glovers use a version of the Alexander Coat while Glaphyra was married to Alexander Maccabee. Therefore, the royal Duncans somehow got involved with Archelaus liners, who ran a Syrian cult next to the El-Gabal cult that used a "black stone" idol, making it suspect in "stone of Scone." The "terras" motto term of Alexanders will, I feel sure, trace to Terentia of the Murena household suspect in the Murena tower. The Murena's are also "Moratin," suspect with Juba II, king of Mauritania, other husband of Glaphyra Archelaus. That's a neat little package, all tracing to the early Scottish kings. The Alexander motto is used by MacDonalds, first found in Archelaus-like Argyllshire, where Herods/Hurls were first found. Glaphyra also married Herod and gave to him his Archelaus surname. You are learning things today. Early Scot royals ruled at Moray, where the Terras'/Turris' (version of the Scott Coat) were first found that explain the turris = tower symbol at hand. Terras use the "Amore" motto, important, and like the "Amo" motto of Scotts.

If you're convinced that key-using and Scone-colored Ascona / Scona relates to the royal Scots, then we can ask whether the Laevi of Ticino apply too. I've been wrongly spelling the alternative name of the Ticino as "Tesson," for how long I don't know. It's "Tessin," and it's listed as a Tessen variation. I didn't know of the Tessen surname due to my error, but woke up one morning recently with the word on my mind, and later in the day spelled it as "Tessen" rather than "Tesson" to find this blue fesse. It just so happens that Hazels, sharing a squirrel with Decks/Daggers, use a blue fesse! That was badly needed to trace Decks/Daggers (and dagger-using surnames) to Ticino liners. And Hazels use LEAVES (though they call them "hazel SLIPS" as code for Islips/Haslips) as likely code for the Laevi on the Ticino. The Tecks/Tess' likewise use leaves. It's clinched, and it means that House's ("cabbage leaves"), Oscan liners now suspect with the namers of Ascona, should trace to Ticino liners too. Check out the clues to both Levi surnames in the Cabbage Coat (shares holly with Islips).

The Oscan-liner McLeods are the ones having Herods and Hurls for septs, and McLeods use a castle in the colors of the Scone tower, meaning also that McLeods are in Ascona colors. The Askey-like septs of McLeods were recently highlighted in the discovery of McLeods as Oscan liners, but Asks/Askeys are using the donkey (!), another reason to trace Donkeys and Duncans to Ascona. It just so happens that the Ask Coat is a good reflection of the Claver Coat. As the Dunk Coat applies to the Claver Coat, lets remention that donkey-using Chamberlains share the scallops of Deeds/Dade's now tracing to lake Lycaonia, where I trace the antelope i.e. in the Dunk Crest. This can indicate that the namers of Dunax were at Lycaonia.

Dunks were first found in the same place (Berkshire) as the similar Catters/Chathers, very linkable to the Catherine wheel i.e. used by Wheelwrights that likewise have an antelope in Crest. Even though Satters/Cathers (Satter colors) trace to Catherine Roet, I yet trace them both to Keturah. The latter was suspect (going on years) as the namer of mythical Satyrs, but Dunax was found only this week, at the source of the Nestus river, the river of the Satrae Thracians! That feels like a bingo big enough to win the entire bingo hall. The Nestus traces well to mythical Nestor due to the NICopolis location marked at the Nestus, and then the Nice surname is listed with Ness'/Nests. The Duncan royals gave way to the Stewart royals using a pelican on a NEST. This is advanced history class.

There was even a Duni family in Ascona: "In 1189 this gave the castle of San Michele to the Duni, one of the families of the Capitanei di Locarno...In the 12th and 13th Centuries, the Duni enlarged their fortress (demolished in the 17th Century)...In the 13th Century, [a fort] was owned by the Orelli and Castelletto families." This Orelli surname caught my eye due to the Orbelus mountains stretching from Dunax to the Satrae. I assume the Orbelus range was named after an Or entity. As Orrs and Orells share torteaux, they can be viewed as branches, but with Orelli living with Duni at Ascona, suddenly the Orrs and Orells are tracing to the Orbelus region. With the Swords tracing to Serdica, to the near-north of Dunax, note that the Dunns using a sword in Sword-sword colors are also using a key in Crest!

The "Mecum" motto term of the same Dunns was traced to lines from mythical Mopsus / Muksus, for Dunbar liners were at MOCHrum, while Mochs/Mouchers use the Dunn sword design (rare at houseofnames). Muksus was at Mokissos at the northern side of lake Tatta. This is now tracing Dunbars / Gospatricks to the Duni of Ascona. The Mopsus term was traced to Mopps'/Modburleys that happen to use the double bars of Nice's/Ness'! It's a great reason to trace to the Orbelus region. Compare the Nice's/Ness' and Mopps to Scottish Mocks and Washingtons.

As the Scottish Mochs use the full motto of Cambridge's, it's ORBELus-interesting that ORVELs/Orwells, in Cambridge colors, were first found in Cambridgeshire. If you will permit, this is taking me off-topic, but I've got to finalize a few more revelations on Ascona. As per the Duni of Locarna: "Other noble families from Locarno (Da Carcano, Castelletto, Muralto) settled in Ascona. They were joined by the Griglioni..." The latter look like Gris / Gray liners, and it just so happens that Dunbars use the Gray lion! Greys were even first found in the same place as Siward of Northumberland. The Dunbars even use the Danker/Dunkin lion and format so as to link with them to Chaddocks and Saddocks, the latter first found in the same place as Siward-related Heslingtons. The Dunbar and Gray escutcheon is thereby discovered to be a colors-reversed version of the Chaddock / Chadwick escutcheon. The Sewers use an escutcheon too.

As Grays are honored in the grayhound, there must have been a fundamental link between Grays and Hounds/Houns. This has always been the theory, but as Grays can now trace to the Dunax theater with the current argumentation, but what coincidence do Hounds/Houns share white-ermined lozenges on black with Dents while there is a DENTHletae entity beside Dunax? We are in the midst of tracing some Cambridgeshire elements to the Orbelus area at the immediate east of the Dentheletae (Strymon river), and then Hounds/Hounds were likewise first found in Cambridgeshire.

But why are Sadducee suspects linking to Ascona liners? Or do they trace more-importantly to the Dunax / Orbelus area? Proto-Sadducees were traced to Soducena suspects at / around lake Lychnitus, which drains through the Drilon river, home of the Penestae i.e. with an Uscana location traceable to Ascona. Were Sadducee liners in Ascona? Caiaphas' birth has been suspect from Aurelia Cotta, and I feel that Orells have been traced correctly to her name.

I need to emphasize a trace of Orbelus to Orbieu, the latter beside Corbieres, suspect a while back with Garebites. I coined "Garebites," you won't find that term in history books. Before knowing of a Soducena entity at lake Lychnis (modern Sevan in Armenia), I traced "Gareb" to "Jerevan," smack at the SODUCena entity (I don't know whether it's a region or people group). This trace between Orbelus and Orbieu is thanks first of all to recalling by heart that the Gareb-suspect Crabs (dagger) are using the chevron of Orvells, and Crabs were likewise first found in Cambridgeshire, where Julians were first found that should trace to Aurelia Cotta. Although "Crab" is not exactly like "Orv," it was enough to get my wheels rolling harder, and that's when I recalled that Swords share the swords of Aude's (in Moch-sword colors) while Orbieu and Corbieres are in Aude! I could start to win bingo hall after bingo hall if this keeps up.

After writing that, I was at the atlas checking the spelling of "Corbieres, and saw CARCAsonne on the Aude river!!! "Other noble families from Locarno (Da CARCAno... I remember by heart that KIRKs use the Sword sword. Hmm. German Kirks/Curcks use the Scone tower, though it could be the Narbonne/Dinardo tower because Narbonne (Aude) is near the mouth of the Orbieu. It looks like Serdica elements were all over the map, and came to use the heraldic sword. It looks like Ascona elements to Scotland's stone of Scone went to Aude. The Aude's are suspect in the motto of Eugene's using the flag of Scotland.

There is a CERCINitis term at the lower Strymon, the river flowing along Orbelus. Amazing Carcanincidence.

Scone's were first found in the same place as Guiscards, the latter suspect with the Orr piles, and heraldic piles have been traced nervously, but without flinching, for years, to Pylos, ruled by mythical Nestor!!! This is a very good way to clinch that trace, for Orbelus is at Nicopolis. We now know that the namers of Nicopolis trace to the three Ness surnames, one or two of which include "Nest" and "Nice." Pylos and neighboring Methoni/Modon is where the core of Masonry traces, and where Scottish Rite Masonry should now trace.

I had traced Corbetts/Corbins to "Corbieres," but I now see that they have an Orvell-like Corbell variation. They use ravens in the colors of the German-Bug ravens, and in the colors of the two birds of French Josephs. Italian Corbells/Corvi/Corvetto's (Lucca) look traceable to Bavarian Rothes'.

Since last mentioning the Cabbage's, I went off topic, but here, as I return to them, I find that the Cubbel variation of Cabbage's (Corbell colors) might just be a corruption from "Corbell," for Cabbage's are also CORBolds/Carboulds! Amazing. It's tracing Oscan-suspect House's to Orbelus (between the Nestus and Strymon rivers). I can't see any particular reason, on the map, aside from the neighboring Paeoni, as to why Penestae / Uscana elements should be at/near Orbelus. But as House's share the Hazel leaves, and as Has elements are suspect in "HasMONean," "StryMON" is interesting. As Satrae Thracians (real peoples) are off the Strymon, the term looks like it should be understood as Satyr-Mon.

But wait. I wasn't looking in the right direction. North of Serdica, the river that Serdica sits on is marked the Oescus/Oscius! It flows to an Oescus location at the Danube. Oescus is at the Dacian frontier, and Dexaroi trace perhaps to Dacians. Oescus is even near the mouth of the Alutus (Transylvania), where I traced several surnames (but did not emphasize them afterward), such as Eltons, Holders and even the Lutts (lions in Orvell-lion colors). Yes, I went fishing for Alutus-like surnames, and got naturally to looking at Lutts ("Hold" motto term), the Scottish branch being listed with McLeods!!! That was over a year ago, over a year before discovering, this month, that McLeods are Oscan liners! Good one John, pat thyself on the back. There had been an Alutus merger with Oescus, and they went to Italy as proto-Pendragons around the Salto river. The "Hold fast" motto of McLeods is partly for the Fast/Withipool surname (Holder colors) sharing the quarter colors of English Lutts.

The House's were identified with Ausones that had a Suessa location smacking of proto-Swiss, important in an Ascona discussion. It occurs to me only now that the House cross is the white cross of Switzerland too, though on a green background. The cloud of the House Crest is suspect as code for the Oscan McLeods, who will turn out to be fundamental four-horsemen liners. It just so happens that this update will come to stress the LUTici Slavs of Pomerania, seeking why they should be the four horsemen of Revelation 6. Stay tuned. That part was written before this large insert here that has taken me off the Cabbage topic. The Lutici had the REDARian tribe as a chief peoples, the chief owners of the four-horseman symbol, and here I find a Ratiaria location upstream on the Danube from Oescus. As you will see, I traced the Lutici to lake Lychnitus, home of the Penestae! Good one John!

I was just at the atlas checking the modern name of the Aluta (now the Olt), when I spotted Corabia directly across the Danube from ancient Oescus. Back now to the Cabbage's. I'll come back to Ratiaria for what looks like a super revelation. For whatever it can be worth, the Verone's, in Varn colors, show the Corbett/Corbin ravens, and may be a branch of Verona's/Vairs, first found in the same place as Chappes and Levi's, the point being that the priests of Israel had a law called, Corban.

"Cubbel" may suggest the Hubbels, who may be in some Hoover variations. In any case, Hubbels use a jessant leopard face in their Crest, as do Levi-beloved Aide's. The Hubble leopard face is jelloped with "three feathers," the symbol of the Pohl/Pohlman Crest. The two feathers in saltire in the Hubbel Coat are called "PLUME's," a term like "POLEMon"!!! I get it. The Hubble's are a branch of Hobs/Habs (same place as Aide's), and therefore traceable to Opgalli. But Polemon (or "Polemo") was not married to Opgalli, but to Berenice of Chalcis / Cilicia (yes the one under discussion earlier in this update). The Plume's share the black greyhound (same position/design) with English Palmers that Plume's call "courant" as code for the Brittany Cour(t)s (sinister bend), but then the dagger-using Comyns use the motto, "COURage." In the Palmer Crest there is a "SEGANT" greyhound, and then on Livilla: "Allegedly, she helped her lover Sejanus in poisoning her husband and died shortly after SEJANus fell from power in 31 AD." It's important because Sagans/Segans/Zaganits' (Poles apparently) share the salamander-in-flames with the Julian/Gillian Crest.

Plume's and their branches were heavy in Brittany. Note how the "spear heads" of French Plume's (Dol) look like ermine "spots," a known Brittany symbol. As Cabbage's are honored by the House leaves, it's not likely coincidental that German Plume's/Plumers (Bavaria) share the Zionists stars, apparently, of OSwalds. The latter entered the discussion in the last update like so: "Assi's are also "Hoseason / Hosaison," and said to be a form of "Oswald," making the latter suspect from Ausones. Hose's are also "OUSE." The paragraph ended with Cotes-du-Armour because Assi's honor the Armors (their SQUIRE's helmet is for the Squirrel/Squire surname): "Vilnius" became suspect with "Vilaine," the area of Brittany that was home to Dol, right beside Cotes-du-Armour".

Later in this update, Plume's are discovered as proto-Flemings, apparently, at Rijeka. The point here is that Rijeka is the area settled by Colchians in relation to their migration (up the Danube and across Illyria) as outlined in the Argonautica myth, and so while Jason was the lead character of that myth, his father, Aeson, is hereby suspect in the entity that named Ausones.

The Armors (Helm colors) happen to share symbols upon a chevron in the three-color scheme of the same of Bernice-related Burns, and in this way the Armors (colors of the Patterson scallops) are pegged as a branch of Tessens/Tessins...from the Dexaroi/Dasseratae. The Elms (share oak leaves with Alans and Oaks) were just looked up, checking for links to Helms, and that got two fesse bars in the colors of the same of Palmers...suggesting a trace of Palmers / Plume's to Cotes-du-Armour. Noaks, apparently a branch of Oaks, use a single fesse in the colors of the Elm fesse, as well as sharing red leopard faces with Antonys. If the Elms were Helms, it traces this circle to Pendragons and Mynetts.

As the Plume's are said to be from Dol, it reminds of Fulbert, who followed the Alans of Dol, though his relationship to them is said not to be clearly understood. Fulbert was father of Peter Pollock (same place as Spears), the first one known to be called by that surname, and so this is a reason to trace Pollocks to Polemon. For new readers, the Pollock bend has been traced to the same-colored one, with squirrels, of Valentins while Assi's use symbols of the Justine's, the line from Valentinian I's wife, Justine. As this is revealing that Plume's were Pollocks, it just so happens that Plumers use the motto term, "audacter," the Pollock motto term! This nails the Plume - Pollock connection. As Pettys had become suspect with Peter Pollock, we then find that Pettys and Plumers both use "conSULTO." I only know of one surname that shares the rare "wavy" chevron of Plumers, that being the Piers/Pierces, kin of Percivals whose bear should trace to Berenice / Berenicianus.

Palmers are in Sale/Salto colors while Pierce's share a chevron in the colors of the same of Pendragons (shared colors don't mean much unless there is prior reason for making links), and for another reason, Plumers are tracing to the Salto river, location of Rieti, home of the family of Titus. In Renfrewshire, home of Pollocks (and the Spears honored in the Plume spears), there is/was a Bernys location which is found in the write-up of Burns, and then Pollocks share hunting horns with Burns and Bernice's, tending to solidify the Pollock / Plume trace to Polemon, husband of Berenice. As she was of Chalcis (married to a Polemon-suspect Pollio surname), it's very notable that Chaucers share the same bend colors as Jewish Pollocks.

Upon their chevron, Burns are likely using the fleur-de-lys of Plows/Ploughs, another Pollock-like surname, honored in the plough of the Very/Fairy Crest, and I feel that Verys trace to Iverys suspect from Yvery, home of a Mr. Percival (see Leavell write-up) that was related to the Livilla-like Leavells. One Leavell Coat uses a WAVY fesse, as do Dols in the colors of the Burn chevron. But the Plough / Burn fleur is used in giant size by Buschs and Boschs while German Oswalds use a "proBOSCES" while English Oswalds use "bay LEAVES." German Oswalds traced in the last update with Thors to the Turano river, flowing across mount Sabina next to the Salto. Recalling that Savona's/Sabine's share the red scallops of Pulleys/Pullens, let's add that Plocks share footless martlets in the colors of Pullens/Pulleys, first found in the same place as Percys and Palmers.

All of this is tending to verify that Peter Pollock was named such after Peters that stemmed from Flavius Petro, but when we find that French Josephs use a giant form of the Plock martlet, it births the suspicion that Josephs trace to Josephus (yes, the historian that was protected by Titus). The Plock fesse appears to use blocks as code for Blocks, and the latter use a chevron with symbols in the colors of the same of Burns, for yet another apparent trace to the Polemon-Berenice marriage. The Blocks use falcons, as do the Stevensons to which Jewish Pollocks had traced. Blocks also use a "TREE stump," important not only due to the "tree without LEAVES" (of Masseys), but because German Oswalds use probosces between an oak trunk while it's the other Oswalds using "LEAVES." VesPASIan was suspect with the Pasi's/Pace's, who share the crossed Spear spears as a near-certainty because Spears were first found in Renfrew, which traces well to the Reno river at Bologna, where Pasi's were first found. Also, Wrens and English Pace's share purple.

German Blocks were first found in Pomerania, relevant because it's where Tessens/Tessins were first found who share the Bernice fesse. It's yet another reason to trace Pollocks to Berenice. It was already established that Berenice's father, Herod Agrippa, traces to the House of Griffin in Pomerania. It's where the Varni lived, and so see the Varns and ShakeSPEARE's, both sharing the black-on-gold bend of GRIPPs/Grabbens. Wikipedia says that Griffins were named after their griffin symbol, but this may be short-sighted, as it could have been a symbol because they were Agrippa liners. "The origins of the Griffins are not clear. Most theories derive them from either local Slavic nobility or a cadet branch of Polish house of Piasts." The Piasts were directly from Mieszko I, the one suspect with Mieske's (Prussia, same as Sagans) that share the Pohlman bull/buffalo. It gives the impression that Pole's (the people group) were named after a line still honoring "Polemon" in their names. It doesn't necessarily mean that Mieszko (ancestry suspect with Visconti's of Sardinia) descended from Polemon. The Mieske's share the arm in armor of Armors.

As Poles are otherwise called Lechs, let's talk about the "pelicano" motto term of pelican-using Lechs, using a fesse in colors reversed to the Alan fesse, important because Stewarts use the pelican, and because the proto-Stewart Alans were with proto-Pollocks, a PELIC-like surname. The Lech fesse is used by Gore's/Cores while French Gore's while French Gore's/Jore's are an obvious merger with French Alans, both using the Julian stars. In place of the Alan martlets, Gore's/Jore's use red greyhounds. This effectively traces Alans with Gore's to Tryphaena (daughter of Polemon). One wonders whether Lechs were named after an Alexander. Alexanders share the Morte/Motto crescent, and the latter were first found in Cotes-du-Armour. Plocks were first found in the same place (Oxfordshire) as ARMERS/Amore's.

As greyhounds are suspect with Hounds/Houns, note that Hone's/Hoone's/Hoans (Hampshire, same as plume-using Hubbels) use two wavy fesse bars in colors reversed to the one wavy fesse of Dols (whale). The blue colors here, shared by the Lech pelican, can trace to the blue-wolf symbol of Huns. There is a blue wolf in the Arms of pelican-like PLACENtia (Pelagonia elements?), but the Arms also uses a white square or block, perhaps linkable to the block-like objects in the PLOCK bend. Compare the PLUCKNET variation of Plocks to "PLACENTia." The Hone's even share billets with the blue-chevroned Blocks. It can be gleaned that the plumes (feathers) of Hubbels are the Traby ostrich feathers, but let';s remind that the Hubbel Crest has three feathers, the number in the Pohlman Crest.

I have been tracing Pollocks for years to Placentia, but only recently discovered that Alans trace (partly as per a lynx that I found in some Alauna circle that I can't recall) to Lyncestes, smack beside Pelagonia! These locations on the Macedonia-Illyria border were at Lech-like Lychnidus (I don't sense that this lake was named by an Alexander), and then greyhounds and the pelican are used by Licks/Lucks, first found in Berenice-suspect Berwickshire, where blue-using Armors (same chevron as Burns) were first found. Two vertical bars, in the colors of the two Hone bars, are used by Seeds/Cedes; whom are apparently in the "cede" motto term of Armers/Amore's. The Lick/Luck greyhounds trace with Penes'/Pennys to the Penestae (at Lychnidus). Again, Scottish Licks/Locks use the swan design once showing for French Josephs, and in the white color of the identical swan of English Carys (and Sellers). These Carys look like Helms. Irish Carys use an arm in armor holding a spear, very linkable to the Dol Plume's.

I hope that you and Julie appreciate all this, as it's taken me some ten years of growing heraldry knowledge to get this far, now tracing the bulk of heraldry to Herods and their nasty circles. There is no one who is publicly doing this type of work. I was Commissioned to be the pioneer who beaks the secret openly, but Julie somehow gleaned, even though she couldn't explain how, that Freemasons traced to Herods, even before I began with heraldry. The one thing that makes me feel shaky is that Josephs may now trace to Josephus instead of Joseph Caiaphas, but Josephus is the only Joseph I have been able to find in all of the Herod-Maccabee circles, and as Caiaphas was a rich imposter, not a true shepherd of the Israelites (the worthless shepherd flees when the wolf comes to take the lambs), he is predicted to have joined the Romans when the war of 66 began:

Josephus records three short-lived marriages in Berenice's life, the first which took place sometime between 41 and 43, to Marcus Julius Alexander [= son of gold-gate Alexander]...she was married to her father's brother, Herod of Chalcis, with whom she had two sons, Berenicianus and Hyrcanus. When he died in 48, she lived with her brother Agrippa for several years until she married Polemon II of Pontus, king of Cilicia, who she subsequently deserted again. According to Josephus, Berenice requested this marriage to dispel rumors that she and her brother were carrying on an incestuous relationship, with Polemon being persuaded to this union mostly on account of her wealth. However the marriage did not last [no children?]...Josephus was not the only ancient writer to suggest incestuous relations between Berenice and Agrippa...

...Like her brother, Berenice was a client queen, allowed to rule parts of the Roman Empire in present-day Syria. The Acts of the Apostles records that during this time, in 60, Paul of Tarsus appeared before their court at Caesarea.

...In 64 emperor Nero appointed Gessius Florus as procurator of the Judaea Province. During his administration, the Jews were systematically discriminated in favour of the Greek population of the region. Tensions quickly rose to civil unrest when Florus plundered the treasury of the Temple of Jerusalem under the guise of imperial taxes. Following riots, the [Jewish] instigators were arrested and crucified by the Romans. Appalled at the treatment of her countrymen, Berenice travelled to Jerusalem in 66 to personally petition Florus to spare the Jews, but not only did he refuse to comply with her requests, Berenice herself was nearly killed during skirmishes in the city. Likewise a plea for assistance to the legate of Syria, Cestius Gallus, met with no response.

To prevent Jewish violence from further escalating, Agrippa assembled the populace and delivered a tearful speech to the crowd in the company of his sister, but the Jews alienated their sympathies when the insurgents burned down their palaces. They fled the city to Galilee where they later gave themselves up to the Romans...

Emperor Nero then appointed Vespasian to put down the rebellion, who landed in Judaea with fifth and tenth legions in 67. He was later joined by his son Titus at Ptolemais, who brought with him the fifteenth legion. With a strength of 60,000 professional soldiers, the Romans quickly swept across Galilee and by 69 marched on Jerusalem.

Affair with Titus

It was during this time that Berenice met and fell in love with Titus [a Flavian], who was eleven years her junior. The Herodians sided with the Flavians during the conflict, and later in 69...Berenice reportedly used all her wealth and influence to support Vespasian on his campaign to become emperor [why would she help the enemy of Jerusalem?]. When Vespasian was declared emperor on December 21 of 69, Titus was left in Judaea to finish putting down the rebellion. The war ended in 70 with the destruction of the Second Temple and the sack of Jerusalem, with approximately 1 million dead, and 97,000 taken captive by the Romans. Triumphant, Titus returned to Rome to assist his father in the government, while Berenice stayed behind in Judaea.

...Agrippa was given the rank of praetor, while Berenice resumed her relationship with Titus, living with him at the palace and reportedly acting in every respect as his wife. The ancient historian Cassius Dio writes that Berenice was at the height of her power during this time, and if it can be any indication as to how influential she was, Quintilian records an anecdote in his Institutio Oratoria where, to his astonishment, he found himself pleading a case on Berenice's behalf where she herself presided as the judge. The Roman populace however perceived the Eastern Queen as an intrusive outsider, and when the pair was publicly denounced by Cynics in the theatre, Titus caved in to the pressure and sent her away.

Upon the accession of Titus as emperor in 79, she returned to Rome, but was quickly dismissed amidst a number of popular measures of Titus to restore his reputation with the populace. It is possible that he intended to send for her at a more convenient time. However after reigning barely two years as emperor, he suddenly died on September 13, 81.

It is not known what happened to Berenice after her final dismissal from Rome. Her brother Agrippa died around 92, and with him the Herodian Dynasty came to an end.

The same page has another article by a different author: "As a spouse, Berenice chose Polemo, King of Cilicia. This match led Polemo to undertake circumcision and a Jewish lifestyle. These concessions on his part, however, did not guarantee a successful marriage." It sounds as though Polemon was trying his best to please her. I'm not reading of any children born by this marriage, but the possibility is certainly there. It goes on to show that while Berenice and Agrippa wanted peace in Jerusalem, they were willing to jump ship to the Romans when disaster loomed:

Josephus describes Berenice's role as a solitary pacifying force in preliminaries of the Revolt. He explains her presence in Jerusalem as resulting from a vow she had made, which she needed to fulfill. As required by the vow, her hair was shorn and she walked barefoot. Nevertheless, she made her way to the Roman governor's palace to ask Gessius Florus -- the Roman governor -- to desist from the violent activities he had undertaken against the Jewish population of Jerusalem (BJ 2.313). This attempt failed. So did her joint venture with her brother, who had meanwhile arrived in Jerusalem, to still the Jewish insurrection, which came in the wake of Florus's outrages (BJ 2.402–405).

After this failure Berenice disappears from the pages of Josephus. Probably his special relationship with Titus prevented him from describing the relationship that developed between Berenice and his patron. Even his unflattering description of Berenice's incestuous relationship with her brother appears only in his later work, Jewish Antiquities, composed after Titus died.

The water bouget of Bernice's traces to Nahorites, the Neuri near Doly, where I trace the namers of Dol. Florus can trace to Florence, where Bruno's were first found that were recently (this month) identified, along with Brunswick, as a fundamental line of Abraham and Keturah, and I'm still holding out that "Brunswick" is related to "Bryneich," country of the Bernicians. In this way, Berenice can trace through Brunswick too, which is where I traced the proto-Alans after they left Forum Allieni (= proto-Ferrara). You won't read from anyone else that proto-Alans were in Ferrara. My claim had been -- years ago, before knowing the details of the Herods and Herod-Maccabees -- that these proto-Alans at Ferrara were merged with Trypillians and Pharisees (and possibly other priestly lines) that had escaped to Italy from the 66-70 war on Jerusalem. I didn't know the Bernice Coat at the time, in the way that I see it now, but then the Charo's, honored in the Joseph motto, were first found in Ferrara, and they use a blue bend, the colors of the Bernice fesse and Burn chevron. I think that this color match is significant and relative.

The hunch was that Pharisees named Ferrara, and then while Bernice was born in Rome, according to the article above, the Ferrari lion is used by quince-using Sforza's, first found in Rome. The Sforza's inherited Visconti titles, and another part of my claim was that an Alan-Visconti union, out of Langhe (Cuneo), founded Brunswick-Luneburg. The Visconti's, at the time, were viewed as a merger with Chappes'.

There was more than fair evidence of a trace of "Forum" to Forhams/Formans, for Formans use the same lion as Brunswicks in their Caiaphas-suspect CHIEF. Formans use two blue, wavy fesse bars, colors reversed to the wavy fesse of Dols, and moreover the Forman bars are used by Hone's/Hoone's/Hoans (a thing I didn't know then), first found in the same place as English Josephs, important because Formans use footless martlets in colors reversed to the same of French Josephs! One might be seeing Josephus all over this, and for all we know, Berenice was "fooling around" with Josephus while married to Titus. Let's at least assume that Josephus was related to Caiaphas, though some suspect that he was Caiaphas. The latter's last year (36) is when the Romans made Agrippa (Berenice's father) the Jewish king (it looks like Agrippa disposed of Caiaphas in favor of a son of Annas).

It can be gleaned that the Forman Chief (two anchors) is a version of the same-colored Anchor/Annacker Chief, a surname like "Annas." The green dragon in the Forman Crest links well to the green Seaton dragon because both surnames were first found in Lothian. The Forman Chief is also in the colors of the Keith Chief, and then the Caide's/Caddys (suspect with Keith Catti) use a Chief (with garbs) in the same colors. This dragon links to the same-colored one of Crichtons (Lothian), and the latter use a blue Caepio-line lion, as do the Chretiens honored in the Levi motto. The Worm Crest uses the Forman dragon exactly, and, lo and behold, the Worm Coat shares the blue-on-gold bend of Charo's! This clinches the Worm trace to FORUM Allieni, as well as linking the Charo's/Claro's to the proto-Alans of the dragon bloodline. The Clare's, it can be added, share triple chevrons (Levi symbol) in the red color of the same of Waters, suspect in the "water bouget" of Bernice's...and Bugs, first found in the same place as Annas' (Anchor/Annacker colors).

Did Tryphaena trace to Hamburg? That's where German Bugs/Buggens (in the colors of Nottingham Bugs and German Bogens) were first found, and though they are now showing ravens, they once showed footless martlets in the same colors, which are in the colors of the Joseph / Pullen / Plock martlets. There is both a Plock and a Traby location in Poland.

Worms were traced to count VRM of Annas-suspect Angusta, father of Helena. I located Angusta on a modern Trotus river while Trotts use a bear, as well as vertical bars in the colors of the same of the Keith Chief. German Trotts (Hagar colors) look like Boyds whom trace to Budini of the Ukraine, and in fact the Budini were smack at Trypillia (an old city south of Kiev). German Trotts have the look of Nero's, first found in cat-liner Lucca. Trouts/TREBecks/TRUEbecks/TROWbecks (fish) have variations perhaps indicating that Herod-liner True'/Trows (greyhounds) trace to Trypillians at the Trotus. Sometimes, the feathers on a helmet, the True/Trow symbol, are called, plumes.

Angusta was in the Trypillian theater, off the AGARus river (modern SIRET), and then Angus is beside the Hagars of Perthshire, where Justine's were first found that link to the Sire/SIRET surname. Ultimately, I think that Squirrels/Squire's were from the Siret, and as they share the Deck/Dagger squirrel, the similarity between "DEXARoi" and "Hagar" is coming back to mind. Tessins are now suspect with Berenice, but why should that be? Wouldn't it have to do with Laevi on the Tessin river? Were the Laevi in Forum Allieni with Dexaroi elements from Angusta? After all, Tessins and Bernice's share the blue-on-white fesse with Formans. Hagar-like Augers use the Ferrari / Sforza lion too. French Augers are Daugers too, and their fesse, in colors reversed, becomes blue, in both colors of the blue fesse of squirrel- and leaves-using Hazels.

I had traced Augers to Euganeo (beside Ferrara- and Keturah-related Este), not at all far from Ferrara. Bars of Brunswick are known Este liners. Eugene's use roughly the same motto term as Pollocks and Plumers, thus making Euganeo elements traceable to Polemon, and Eugene's happen to use a blue-on-white chevron, the colors of the Burn chevron! Plumers, by the way, were traced tentatively to Palmyra in Syria, which may be near Chalcis (I don't yet know where Chalcis of Syria is). It's not necessarily a contradiction to trace both to Polemon and Palmyra.

Zikers, I just loaded the Chalcis article to find this QUINCE-like term: "QINNASrin, also rendered QINSHren, Qinnashrin, Qenneshren; Latin: Chalcis ad Belum), was a historical town in northern Syria. The town was situated 25 km south west of Aleppo on the west bank of the Queiq River...The ancient Chalcis was the seat of a minor Roman client kingdom under three tetrarchs of the Herodian dynasty, Herod of Chalcis (died AD 48)..." It's not very near to Palmyra (central Syria).

Nahorites of Scythia and the Four Horsemen of Revelation

The "UT palma justus" motto of Palms/Parms might just be for Uts/Uz, first son of Nahor. Palms (same place as Palmers) share the vair fur in the colors of the same of Nero's. The Vairs are listed with Verona's (same place as Levi's), and then Verona is on the Adige river flowing further downstream between Ferrara and Euganeo. Plumers (French-Auger colors), sharing virtually the Eugene motto term, share a palm branch in Crest with the Palm/Parm Crest. The gleanings here is that Polemon elements were at Euganeo / Este, and then further up the river from Verona, the Adige flows along lake Garda, as well as by a Garda location that was linked to Gards, the ones sharing the Pulley/Pullen Coat but with Agrippa-suspect griffins in place of the Pullen martlets (in colors reversed from the Forman martlets). Merovingians (known to be from Veneti) were traceable to Este's, but ultimately they traced to Valentins, first found in Vicenza, not far north of Euganeo. Merovingians (Nahorites, according to my findings) were ancestral to Charles Martel, the apparent owner of the heraldic martlet. "Adige" can trace to Edge's/EGGS and therefore to Eggers/Egens (Hagar colors) and can therefore trace to Augers ("AGENdo" motto term). Eggers/Egens remind us of the Teeger-related Degers / Degens (ESToiles). The Degenfeld variations of Degens and German Degens/Degers (share oak tree with Hamilton Crest) can suggest Dangerfields using what could be the ermined Bus and Hamilton (same place as Pollocks) cinquefoils, both latter surnames suspect with two sons of Nahor. Buz and Kemuel are listed immediately after Uts/Uz. Palmyra was reckoned (by me) to be an Amorite location. This paragraph has the ability to trace Dexaroi fundamentals to the namers of the Adige. The Bacau location on the Siret was near Angusta while Bacons share the Bus cinquefoil because they are suspect as a Buz liner.

The Roman location near Bacau was just traced hard to Scarf's, first found in the same place as Palms / Palmers, and Scarfs are suspect with such lines as Scherfs/Schere's and Square's/Squire's/Squirrels i.e. traceable to the Siret.

The Bus write-up traces, of all things, to someone with the ability to drink the entire contents of a CASK. That sounds so far-fetched or unprofessional that it's got to be code or even an inside joke. The Cash/Casts are coming to mind because their Kiss/Kish kin can trace to the Moldova capital, south of Kiev i.e. in the Budini vicinity. There are no Cask / Caske / Cassick surnames coming up, but Caskeys/Askie's (three red escutcheons like Hays) remind us of the Asks/Askeys sharing the donkey with Chamberlains, kin of Donkeys / Duncans/Junkins ("DISCE" motto term) that use the cinquefoil in Bus-cinquefoil colors. Chamberlains are the ones with a "ProDESSE" motto term that stands as code for the Dess/D'ASCHE surname. The latter surname happens to share a blue fesse with Tessins / Bernice's! The red Dess lion is suspect with the Abraham lion (see Bramtons, for example), and Abraham liners recently traced to the Prut river of Moldova.

"Cask" brought "Cyzicus" immediately to mind, home of Tryphaena, and so we should note the hunting horn (Traby symbol) below the Duncan chevron, for Burns and Bernice's use one down there too, at the so-called BASE of the Shield. Base's use the Brunswick lions (colors reversed from the Dess / Bramton lions), and may trace to the Baseu river of Moldova, or to the Bassus surname. The Baseu (Prut tributary) is beside the Jijia river, location of Trusesti, suspect with the Trysts/Trists (Annas-star suspects) in the motto of Kiev-suspect Hebrons/Hepburns.

I didn't know until loading the Base's that they are also "Bays," recalling the bay leaves of Oswalds. If Oswalds were Uz liners, it makes sense to trace them to the Baseu, the areas of Moldova closest to the Bug-river Neuri. One can fathom Abraham lines on the Prut with Nahor's tribes to the side. Hercules, who may be in the Oswald "savage" holding the bay leaves, had a snake-woman for a partner that birthed mythical Scythes, and then Moldova was ancient Scythia. The German Oswalds are the ones sharing the white Zionist star with Hagars. The German Bush's/Buschs are using a giant fleur in the colors of the giant Zionist star of Hagars, while Oswalds use the proBOSCES. English Bush's/Buschs share a gold-on-black fleur-de-lys with Ishmael-like Ashmole's, but even if Ashmole's were not a Hagar>Ishmael line, Ash's are expected with Dass'/D'Asche's that trace to the Arc river (or Modane) with Chamberlains.

Although there have shown only a couple of reasons to trace Duncans to Berenice, one should include the royal Dunkeld link to Siward of Northumberland, who was a Bernician on one side, and had traced to Swietoslawa (compare Sweets with Sewards), daughter of Mieszko I. She's a Beak-Traby liner. But Dunkelds had recently traced to "saint" COLUMba and his friend, "saint" Chad; as only one discovered reason for the trace, king MalColm was a son of king Duncan while Malcolms are also "CALLUM," and then the Dunkeld dynasty from Duncan is also called, "DunCHAD." It's interesting that Chaddocks and Chadwicks are in Traby/SADowski colors, for the latter's scarf goes to Yorkshire while the Malcolm saltire is that also of Caepio-suspect Yorks. The Caepio-line lion is used by "Callam"-like and Callam-colored Hallams ("gold DROPs"), first found with Bruce's in Yorkshire. The "gold" drops can be code for Golds because they share the upright blue lion with Hallams, and in both colors of the upright Saddle lion. Moreover, zowie, the German Golds share hunting horns with the Arms of Traby, and they are in the colors of the Traby/Sadowski scarf, not to mention the colors of the Duncan hunting horn. Let's not forget that drops are suspect as a Tryphaena / Traby line to the Pole's. The Duncan cinquefoils, in the colors of the Bus cinquefoil, likely has to do with an ancient link to Trypillians proper.

Caddels, which were only-now looked up as per seeking C-versions of "SADLowski / Saddle," happen to use the escutcheon in the colors of the same of Chaddocks and Chadwicks, and moreover throw in stags, the Malcolm and Keith (Catti) symbol. The Chettle's/Cheatle's can now apply to Saddels (Masson/Mason lion). The Caddel buckles can link to the Polish Sobek's/Sobieski's (purple buckle), who would be Anglicized something like Sobey / Tobey / Dobey. One Dutch Tobey/Tobis Coat (brown colors) uses a giant eagle's talon (August symbol) traceable to Angusta, which was also Augusta. The other Tobey Coat uses the Bus / Bacon cinquefoil (makes Buckle's suspect with Bacau) in colors reversed for a potential Sobey trace to Bacau i.e. near Angusta. Compare the Tobey checks to the same of Baez's/Pilaiz's and trace to the Trebia river and Placentia. Both Dobeys (the Dobbs branch have a dagger) can trace to the Amyntes-Maccabee line in numerous ways, and the Dobeys/Dobbs are in Buckle colors.

Caddels are suspect with Cattle's (Blake's/Caddells use the Cattle fret) whom I trace to Cattolica, beside the first-known Maschi's (if I recall correctly, it was a son of a king Duncan who married the Meschins, though this can be disguised in the genealogies). To help prove that Blake's/Caddells are from Cattolica, English Blake's share the dragon head of Neuri-suspect Norths, and the latter use the Maschi lion. The Blake dragon is covered in pellets while Pellets share the Pilotte grails.

If you're at all convinced that Norths and Norrys are Neuri liners, it just so happens that the Rimini area at Cattolica traces to Rimna, along the BUZau river's northern sides. It's Buzau-interesting that the Caddel stag is in the colors of the Colt/Celt stag, for the latter, first found in the same place as Hagars, are also "Coutts," linkable to the Cotesii who lived at/beside the Agarus as it meets the Buzau. If you see how this Cattel Coat shares a Shield filled with fretty with Cotta's/Cotys, it can prevent you from being the willing ninny of the globalist schemers. The vincit-using Cootes'/Coots share the colors and format of vincit-using Shaws/Sheaves while the other Shaws use the Pilotte grails while Colts and Coutts' use the Pilate pheon in colors reversed.

The Saddle motto term, "sapere," can trace Massins/Masons to Macclesfield because this Arms of Macclesfield's earls use "sapere" too while Saddle's share the upright blue lion in this Arms of Macclesfield.

The Hagars use a "MODeste" motto term while being in the colors of Modleys/MedliCOTs. Modens/Modeys were first found at Berkshire, beside the London location of Bernice-suspect Dass'/D'Asche's. As Modens share the Cotta/Cotys fretty, it's notable that the latter trace to the Cotesii, in the Muntenia part of Wallachia, where the Walsh surname traces that president George Bush Jr married. He has been suspect with supporting Rothschild circles with his Iraq invasion. Now that you might be more convinced that Saddle's link to Cotesii so that even "Sadducee" can be from a Cotesii variation, note that Saddle's were first found in the same place as Mortons, whom are honored in the Walsh motto and moreover use the colors and format of Walsh's (the Mund/Mind-format that I trace to Muntenia). Imagine where Sadducee's were Ishmael liners rather than Sarah>Isaac liners.

It's notable that while Budini-based Boyds use the motto, "CONfido", Hagars use "ModESTE CONbor." The Boyd motto makes the Budini suspect with the wolf symbol of the Neuri because Fiddle's/Fidelows use wolves (see the "fide" of Norths, same place as Chaddock-related Saddocks).The giant Hagar star is even in the colors of the giant Este eagle, and Este is along the watershed of the Po river that was once the Budini-like BODENcus river. Nahorites of the Neuri kind are expected around the ancient Po river.

The Actium location (Pontus) now tracing to Actons can trace to AXTon (same place as Nortons/NORTHons and Munds/Munts) that can per-chance form Ast-like terms such as "Este." The Cravens are Acton liners while they share the fitchee with Actons share a white-on-red fesse with wolf-using Norrys, and the Acton-like Astons, who look like a branch of Coots-suspect Shaws, use a "Numine" motto term while the North motto is "Animo et fide." One Norton Coat share the blue fitchee with the Macclesfield-suspect Mea's/Meigh's (same place as Bugs!) that have the motto, "Benigno NUMINE." The North fleur-de-lys are in Hagar / Este colors. As the Norry wolf head is black, like the Quade wolf head, note the "Quid" (listed with Quade's) motto term of Aston-colored Ashtons (same place as Chaddocks / Chadwicks), in Ash colors.

Quade's have a Wade variation and are in the colors of Traby-suspect Wate's/Weights. Qewe was at KizzuWATna (from Egyptian Hyksos), suspect with the UAT-Buto cult (Egypt) that seems traceable to Nahorite liners such as Uts and Buz. Buto is how Buz-ites may have formed "Budini." As Wate's/Weights use the Heslington motto, it's notable that Heslingtons (now tracing with Squirrels/Squire's to the Siret = Agarus) use the bearded man of the Munds i.e. traceable to Muntenia. The motto Heslingtons (same place as Norths) is translated with a "homes" term that can be code for Hume's/Home's, who were traced to the upper Siret at Humorului. This place was not extremely far from the Bug-river Neuri, and then the Norton-based Lallys (below) are suspect with Allys using a white-on-blue upright lion, used in the Arms of Suceava, beside Humorului. The Hume's/Home's use an upright white lion too, but in colors reversed to the Heslingtons. The Munds share the Manner/Maness peacock while the latter share a red Chief with Haslip-suspect Mens'/Mengzes'.

There may be more than meets the eye in Suceava. The Po(o)le and Rita lions can trace to the Suceava lion, for Poole's are suspect with Romney-related Pulleys while Romneys trace well to Roman, near the BisRITA (has a source near Suceava). The Bisrita has a mouth at Bacau, suspect with Bacons (share the Bus cinquefoil). With the Amyntes Galatians tracing to Galati so that Amyntes' name can be suspect with Muntenia's namers, one can also consider a trace of Julius Severus back to Sepharvites of Moldova. Suceava is in BUKovina, and then the Nottings (share a bend like that of Romans), connectable to the Bugs of Nottinghamshire, share the bend-with-besants of BUCKinghams (red Abraham / Bramton lion?), in the colors Savary/Savard besants. The Nottings are traced to "brown as a nut" as code for Bruno's (bend in colors reversed to Notting bend), founders of Bramton-related Brunswicks. Browns use the colors and format of Savarys/Savards so that Nahorites and Abraham liners are linking to Akmonia. As I trace Rasmussens/ASSMANs to "Akmonia," we then find that the other Savarys share the unicorn with Rasmussens and Cnuts (said to be the namers of Nottingham). The relevant significance of king Cnut (Dane) is that he was the son of Swietoslawa (i.e. the Poles). The Cnuts use the colors and format of the Savarys/Savards yet again.

Although I was hesitant to make a direct connection between the Glass' and the hourGLASS goddess of Trypillians (Wikipedia removed the hourglass goddess from its Trypillian article(s)), I yet found it likely that Glass' traced to Trypillians, but it had nothing to do with the Kalas version of "Galati." Nor had I yet traced Galati to the Amyntes Galatians, and in fact I had never stressed Galati until arriving to those Derbe, suspect with the Derbyshire location of Cnuts. The Arms of Galati use two curved fish like the Arms of Bar-le-Duc and the Arms of Baar/Bar of Brunswick! That's the Keturah-Abraham line! In Galati!!! I get it.

As the Biblical Nahor was "Nachor," the Nortons/Naghtons/Nochtons (namers of Connacht, apparently) are interesting. They use a "God" motto term while the Hagar star is used by the Goth surname, first found in the same place (Thuringia) as Basina, wife of Childeric, and so let's repeat that the Child Coat (Hebron/Hepburn liners) uses the eagles and chevrons in colors reversed to the same of Tarans/Tarents. Irish Nortons are said to descend from Aeneas Lally while Lallys/Mulallys (Connacht) use the red eagles that I've traced with Tarans/Tarents to ancient Tarun in Lake Van, home of the Neuri-suspect Nairi. As Thors/Thorns trace to "Thuringia," note that Scottish Nortons use the red tower of English Thors/Tours. This recalls Terentia, of a Murena household, for the Murena/Moratin tower is also red.

There is Goth/Gott/GODe surname (Bavaria, same place as Hope's) sharing white, crossed swords with Nortons. Mythical Aeneas (of the Anaki out of Hebron) was at Agrigento (before founding Romans), itself using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Anchors/Annackers, and then the Scottish-Norton motto in full is, "I HOPE in God," while German HOPs/Hope's show only an anchor. [I kid you not that the Galati section above was inserted there after this paragraph was written here, and I did not know while writing here that the Hope anchor is identical in colors and positioning as in the Arms of Galati County! OpGALLI has been suspect with the household of Julius Severus (dated to be siblings). See also the anchor design of Glass-suspect Kyle's.] English Hope's were first found in Derbyshire [same as Severus-suspect CNUTS!] so as to possibly trace to OPgalli's unknown Galatian elements somewhere at/around Derbe. As Basina is suspect with the Bassus / Bassianus line (from Julius Severus) using besants, that's exactly what English Hope's use. This is very important, for Opgalli is suspect with Julius SEVERus while the Hope Coat is a copy of the SAVARy/Savard Coat. English Savarys were first found in the same place (Devon) as Thors/Tours. The latter use the tower in colors reversed from the same of Howells, suspect now in the owl of Taggerts, themselves suspect from Tigranes, husband of Opgalli.

The Uz-suspect Oswalds are the ones using the proBOSCES, making Bush's/Buschs suspect as Buz liners. But German and Swedish Thors use elephant trunks that can cleverly apply. German Hope's are also "HooperBUSCH."

I now have excellent cause to trace Opgalli to Hope liners out of Galati. The "At spes infracta" motto the Derbyshire Hope's can be part code for Aide's, first found in the same place as Hobs and Arthurs, while Hangers/Angers (Angers elements?), suspect in the pot hangers of Danish Cnuts, use an "artes" motto term. The Melusine of the Glass Crest traces to Angers, according to Drakenberg Vere's, and Hangers/Angers were first found in the same place as Drake's. The Drakenberg Vere's traced their Melusine from Avalon to the first count of Angers (Milo de Vere, probably mythical), but before discovering this, I had identified Avalon with Bute, while Glass' were first found in Buteshire. This is making Melusine suspect with Swietoslawa, which recalls my trace of Lusignan's Melusine (mother was PRESSina) to Luzica = Lusatia and Prussia, and the while Swietoslawa was a daughter of Mieszko, Mieske's were first found in Prussia, and moreover Mieske's share the bull head with Haughts (suspect with Beaks) while Swietoslawa had an alternative name, "Sigrid the Haughty."

The Hangar griffin looks traceable to the Griffins of Pomerania, where Vere-suspect Varni lived that worshiped Nahorite-suspect Nerthus along with the Angles. In fact, I found it reasonable to trace Nerthus to the hourglass goddess, and suspected her name from mythical Enarete, wife of Ally-like Aeolus (Allys use a giant lion in the colors of the giant Hanger griffin). It just so happens that Ali's/Aliotta's use the giant griffin too. See the split Freie lion, for the Hanger griffin is split too, and Frisians were Angle liners.

"Before the Mongol invasion of Rus, Galati was known as Malyi Halych (Little Halych)..." Together, those terms can produce the Mulally variation of Lallys, and so let's not forget that Mulally-based Nortons share swords with Siward-liner Swords that can be gleaned as Sweet liners in the Seward surname (see also the Lambert chevron). Halych/Galicia was called "Red Rus" due to its conquering by the Varangian Rus of Kiev (near Trypillia), and VARANgi look traceable to "Varni." The Budini that are the Boyds, said by some to be of Bute's namers, look directly related to a Varangian-Budini mix (soon before the Templars) in the Kiev area. By several indications, this is how Nahorites came to the Templar Nordics.

Fortunately, I've just loaded the Halych article to find a pagan god having similarity with the four horsemen of Revelation:

Red Ruthenia or Red Russia (Latin: Ruthenia Rubra or Russia Rubra, Ukrainian: Chervona a historic term used since the Middle Ages for southeastern Poland and Western Ukraine [covers Doly and the Bug river]. First mentioned in a 1321 Polish chronicle, it was the portion of Rus' incorporated into Poland by Casimir the Great during the 14th century. Its name reportedly derives from the old Slavonic use of colours for the cardinal points of the compass. The totem-god Svetovid had four faces; his northern face was white, his western face red, southern black and eastern green. However, Black Ruthenia is west of White Ruthenia. According to another theory, its name is related to the Cherven Cities; some settlements in the area have names related to the color red (cherv- root).

First of all, I'd like to say that Casimir was a Piast as well as descended from Varangian Rus of Kiev. His father was WLADyslaw I with the nickname, Elbow-high. At the latter's Wikipedia article, his right arm shows bent at the elbow, and covered in armor, just like the Mieske Coat's bent arm. It just so happens that Casimir married Adelaide of Hesse, something I came across after checking the Rober Coats in case they were from "Russia Rubra." German Robers use the same sun as the Hesse surname, as well as a chevron in colors reversed to the Quint chevron, important because French Robers (red Shield) share blue vair in the Chief with Quints. I consider the Rollo line of Rus from Varangians, and they had a king Robert. It occurs to me here that "Robert" could be from "Rubra" = red.

Although the totem god above is not necessarily connected in real fact to Red Rus, there is some Biblical logic in viewing the first horseman of Revelation, with white horse, as a Rus entity. There are good indications in the white eagle and white chevron of English Roberts, as well as the white Masci wing (once showing) of Rebels/Robels, that Robers were Macey / Massey liners. The English Roberts have a Goz look to their Coat. I'd also like to mention that German Robers share the two-headed, black eagle with Maxwells, who have the sept of Pollocks tracing to the Piasts. The Roxburgh location of Maxwells plays well to the formation of the Rus from Roxolani, and they too lived at the Buzau theater. As Rothschilds descend from Pollocks and then merge with Hesse, this could be significant in deciphering the four horsemen. The Rus should trace back to Biblical Rosh, and the Masci's to Meshech. The Mieske surname is even "Mesech" too. In Norse, a horse is a "hross," like the ancient Hros that I see as the Biblical Rosh. Perhaps there are four horsemen for this reason.

It just so happens that while Rothschilds founded modern Israel (slated to be destroyed by God), many say that they had a six-pointed star as a symbol. If correct, that star would be the Israeli flag today, which happens to be a star in colors reversed to the Hagar and Vlad star. This is mentioned because I've just realized something new, that the "WLAD" motto term of the Hampshire Josephs can trace to WLADyslav the elbow-high, for the Drake's of Hampshire trace to dukes of Masovia, as must Wladyslav. Dukes of Masovia used the red-on-white wyVERN (Drake symbol) suspect with the Varni > Varangians. At Wikipedia's Duke-of-Masovia article, there is another Casimir III of Plock (duke of Plock), which reminds me that I have traced the Cass surname to Piscinas of Sardinia, the island where Mieszko's ancestry was said to be from. However, I did not trace Cass' to Piscinas for any reason having to do with "CASimir." The Cass' were also traced to the Arms of Vilnius, and that works well with linking to 666 suspects from Poland.

Casimir III the Great (son of Wladislaw) married Aldona of Lithuania firstly, and that's where the totem god can trace, because it is thought to have been a version of Perun. At her father's article, he is credited with building Vilnius. It's interesting that Aldona had JEWna as mother, for the Jew surname uses a Catherine wheel, symbol of Wheelwrights (the Polish rulers were from mythical Piast the Wheelwright). The Jew surname was first found in Somerset, near the early Drake's and Josephs. Even as the Poles under discussion had a branch in Pomerania, home of Griffins, so the Jew surname uses griffins, in the color and style of Dobers / Dobermans / Haldans that trace to both wives of Mieszko I. Aldona herself birthed Elizabeth, duchess of Pomerania.

Mieszko's wife from Haldan was near Brunswick while the French Robers use the same lion as Brunswick. The Haldans probably use a version of the Sinclair cross because Haldans were first found in Lothian, location of the Sinclairs. The "Suffer" motto of Haldans is Severus-interesting. French Saffers use five eagles in the colors of the white-on-red Piast eagle, and then English Saffers/Savarys (in Rober-lion colors) share the blue vair of Robers. Roberts use the white eagle too.

It is especially-important that the Saffers/Savarys use a "vita" motto term, for I have just learned that the totem god, SvetoVID, is thought to be named after a Vid / Vit entity. As I thought that the Vita/Vitone surname should trace to Ottone's, whom I view from Ottone Visconti, the "Aut vita" phrase of Saffers is interesting. Mieszko I can trace to the Sardinian Visconti's that used the rooster symbol of Gallura (northern Sardinia), a symbol that was very traceable to the rooster in the Rollo Crest because the Guiscard-of-Sicily line (Rollo liners) was involved at Sardinia. I claim that the Ottone Coat is a near-copy of the French Chappes Coat for a related reason, and then Guiscards were first found in the same place as Scottish Chappes. That's the line from Quintus Caepio suspect in the Quint surname now linking to Robers. It can also be added that while Bachs of Denbigh use the same fur on red, Welsh Roberts were first found in Denbighshire (this makes a Rober connection to Roberts, no surprise).

Everything that I'm saying in this discussion can be assumed to be parts of the anti-Christ system if indeed the four horsemen were Intended (by God) to be hint of Svetovid. The giant annulet of Vita's (Traby- / Trevor-like TREViso) is colors-reversed from the German-Till annulet while the English Tills (beside the Drake's) use a wyvern as well as the axe, a Drake symbol. It tends to link Vita's to the Masovia Piasts. The Bittini variation of Vito's might even be from the Budini.

If Treviso was a line to Travis', note that they share the white tiger in Crest with Hobs/Habs (recalls the Hops trace to Galati, suspect with Galicia = Halych), and moreover use the same scallops as Mieszko-connectable Meschins. As Ranulph le Meschin was a Conteville-Goz liner while Conteville's (traced to Sardinia's Piscinas) were from John de Burgo, see the giant annulet of Spanish Burgos' (Travis colors). The English Burghs, first found in Hampshire (i.e. same as Josephs and Drake's), and suspect with the green chevron of Josephs, likewise use the annulet. This is lumping Josephs in with Svetovid and dragon-line Rus. The Pennants use the same Coat as the Trevors, and it's the Cowes' that use pennants while Cowes is in Dorset, where the Tills (and Quints) were first found.

As English Burghs (same griffin head as Dobers / Dobermans) share the annulet with Vita's, while English Burghs use the same motto (Animo et Fide) as Nahor-suspect Norths, while Casimir's Halych entity (covered Neuri regions) was connected to Kiev, land of Budini and Trypillia, it indeed does appear that Vita's/Bittini's were Budini liners. Hampshire is where Botters/BODINs and Bidens/BUTTONs (share bull theme with Mieske's) were first found, as well as Potters. The Casimir surname shares a red antler with the Veringers of BADEN, and then the Nairn investigation a few weeks ago paved the way for tracing Baden to Badenoch, beside Nairnshire and the Rose's / Ross'. The Zahringen/Zahringer kin of Veringens trace likely to axe-using Zerrs/Zehrers, the point being that, if Zahringers were Drake liners, the Veringers likely trace to Varangian liners in Poland (see the red antler of Spree-Neisse).

As Conte's use the antler too, it makes an irresistible trace of the Burgo>Conteville line to Vita's, but then the Hamon(d)s (same place as Mynetts) use the antler in Crest while possibly sharing (for reasons to follow) the Travis chevron, important for at least two reasons: 1) Hamon de Masci traces to Meschins suspect in the Travis scallops; 2) "Hamond" is suspect from "Amyntes," whose line married that of Tigranes suspect in the Travis tiger.

As Vita's were first found in Treviso, Travis' (probably a Tryphaena liner to Treviso) may have been from a Trav-Vid or Traby-Vid entity so as to descend from the four-horsemen line. Travis' were merged obviously with Buckle's / Buckleys (bull head in the color of the Haught bull head), both using a chevron in Travis-chevron colors, and colors reversed from the Bogg/Book chevron. This was the Boofima (human-sacrifice) cult that was traced to proto-Massins while Hamonds were first found in the same place as Massins. The Bogg/Book Coat (Berwickshire) looks like a version of the Hamond Coat. Travis' (same scallops as RUSSells) and Buckleys share "nec" with Rodhams and Rutherfords, tending to lump them in with Svetovid, but the Rodham tree stump was suspect with the woodcutter god, Esus (axe symbol), and from this it evokes the WIDE's/Woods...and the Guido's (said to be from "wood") with a Coat like an hourglass shape. While Scottish Wide's (savage and his club) are also "Wood," English Wide's are listed with Wade's/Waide's, same surname as is listed with Quade's, and then Wate's/Weights use the horn like that of Trabys. But this animal looks to go back to mythical SiemoWIT (son of Piast the Wheelwright), which is a name that real rulers of Masovia used.

Wide's/Woods are said to descend from Bosco's, who were kin of Rose's that share the water bouget with Bugs and Bernice's, important where Boofima liners had traced to Bough-like terms too. Plus, I traced Boofima to the Beefs/Boeufs sharing a blue-on-white fesse with Bernice's. Suddenly, Boofima, the proto-Baphomet, is looking like it involves the Neuri of the Bug river, and they have been thought (by me) to be a close merger with Roxolani. As Roets are traced to Boofima, note that Roets were the BEAUForts using a lion in Piast-eagle colors. Human-sacrifice cults that can be deemed the chief satanic powers on earth can explain why God chose to undo them through a "human"-Sacrifice of His own. This is a theme of the Lamb in Revelation 5, the One who opens the seven Seals, the first four of which are the four horsemen.

The Bogg/Book surname is honored in the book of Rus-suspect Reeds and Roets (same place as Jews). It just so happens that Boggs/Books use the same-colored chevron of Cass' while Boggs were brought up as per BOGislaw I, founder of the House of Pomerania. The Elizabeth of Pomerania mentioned above married Bogislaw V. Bogislaw V (builder / founder of Vilnius) had a Casimir for a son, who married a daughter of Lithuania's Mary of WITebsk. With all of the blue vair in this picture, including that of BACHS, we can now include the Wights / Wights and suspect some of them to be Svetovid elements. White's were traced to "UAT-Buto," and then the WittelsBACHs of Bavaria were using the lozenges of BOGens (Bug colors). That is, Wikipedia credits the Bavarian lozenges to those of WittelsBACHs, but I found an article tracing them earlier to the Bogens/Bogans of Bavaria (predated Bogislaw).

As Mieszko II was styled, "Lambert," it's notable the German Lamberts (ducks, Piast colors) were first found in Franconia while the Arms of Bavaria includes the Franconian Rake. The Thor-related Trunks, sharing the white bullhead with Haughts, were first found in Franconia. I think it is very relevant that while Trunks and Thors trace to the Turano, near or amongst the Marsi, the Wide's/Woods use the same saltire as the Messeys/Messier's and the flag of Mercia. This line traces to the Marsyas goat, suspect at the root of the Boofima / Baphomet goat. Masseys/Masse's use crescents in the colors of the Lambert crescent, suspect with the Chapman crescent, and, if not mistaken, Chapmans were first found in an area (Cambridgeshire) controlled by Mercians.

There's a good case for tracing the Bogislaw name to bow-using Bogens. French Lamberts (Coat compare's with Goz's of Bavaria) share two white chevrons with Sweets. It just so happens that the white-on-red crescent of German Lamberts is used by Aldons, while Aldona (Mieszko liner) was a wife of Bogislaw V. Zowie. Moreover, Altens (same colors) use Robin Hood, apparently, a character that can trace to the Bugs of Nottinghamshire, where Altens themselves were first found! That is huge, clinching the Alten / Alden / Bug link to Aldona and Bogislaw, meaning also that the Took/Touque's griffins trace to Griffins of Pomerania, for it just so happens that while Friar Tuck (chief Robin-Hood character) is in the write-up of Tooks/Touque's, the latter's Coat (has a Hamon look to it) looks like that of the Rake's/Raike's (suspect with Richeza, mother and daughter of Mieszko Lambert).

German Altens (roses in Piast colors) were first found in Brunswick, and they sound like "Haldan." Bogislaw V married secondly Adelheid of Brunswick-Grubenhagen. "Gruben" (Mecklenburg) can be a "Griffin" variation. It's Svetovid-interesting that while Rita's share the Gruben lion, the Rita lion holds "pieces of wood."

Pomerania gets to be Svetovid-important where that god is traced apparently to Rugians (off the Pomeranian / Varni coast). As I tentatively traced the Varni goddess to the hourglass goddess of Trypillians, the hourglass in the Bogg/Book/Bogue Crest looks important, but let's also mention that Wrights, possibly from Wheelwrights, share the Stewart symbols with hourglass Houstons, first found in GLASgow, a place now suspect from Galati. If Melusine was SWIETOslawa, she's in the Glass Crest, but as Glass' were first found in Buteshire, might Bute trace to Vita's/Bittini's / Bidens/Buttons?

I had noted that Morgan le Fay at Wikipedia is dressed in gold and green, Morgan colors, and just now I saw those colors in the Duke-of-Masovia article. The Veys/Vivians use parts of the Five / Five Coats while the latter had traced well to "L'VIV," part of Red Russia.

I found cause to view the fourth horse of Revelation 6 as green. The first horse is white, the second red, the third black. With this in mind, let's read on Svetovid again: "The totem-god Svetovid had four faces; his northern face was white, his western face red, southern black and eastern green. However, Black Ruthenia is west of White Ruthenia." I developed the theory (years ago, before knowing of Svetovid) wherein the four horses go in the four directions of the compass, and due to famine prophesied in the south, I had the black horse going south. But I had the red horse suspect with the red Orient, which is not the case for Svetovid. Green is the color of Muslims, which may be what the eastern-green of Svetovid alludes to. The NIV uses "pale" for the fourth horse (verse 8), but my interlinear shows the Greek word, "cloros," and translates it "pale green." Amazing coincidences. I abandoned trying to understand the significance of the four horses, and here we are with a very good theory. However, the four chariots of Heaven in Zechariah 6, with red, black (north), white (west) and dappled (south) horse colors, in that order, do not jibe with Svetovid's scheme. Perhaps it's incorrect to equate the Zechariah chariots with the Revelation horsemen.

As we can see in the Wikipedia quote above, Svetovid did not necessarily have a color scheme to depict the colors of the various Rus / Ruthene official nations / provinces (e.g. Belarus = White Rus). However, there may be truth to the colors depicting four Rus entities. Ruths/Rothers, Rothschilds, Rodhams, and Rhodes' all use red Shields, and are all western Rus. There were Ruthene peoples in southern France's Roussillon area, and the Rodez location even married Roxolani-suspect Roquefeuils (the Arms of Roquefeuil has a green Shield). Rutherfords (goose on a ROCK) use a white Shield and a red "orle" border that can be viewed as a red Shield of its own. The RuddiFITHy variation of Rutherfords looks linkable to "Vid / Vita." There is a Fithy/Fethie surname (Rock/Roque colors) using the crane of Kranks/CRONKite's ("a silver crane holding a ROCK"). Here's from the 1st update of this past May on the CRONCiaconnum location, also called, Crociatonum, in Manche around the Vire river:

The heraldnet page above...shows a "teazel" version of a thistle, evoking the two Tease surnames...There is an Alan-important Teasel/Tezelaar surname said to be from Tessel in the TILLY [caps mine] part of Normandy, on the Suelles river through Calvados, where also the Touques river flows that may be the reason for the Tigh variation of the Tease's; the latter use the same fesse colors as the Alan fesse. The mouth of the Suelles is at the Manche/Calvados border area [Vire area too], at a Conte-like Conde location. There is a Conde surname using nothing but a fesse in Alan-fesse colors.

But don't assume just yet that Teasels can't also trace to the Ticino too. Alans are suspect from ancient Alauna in the CROCiatonum = Manche area...

...All thistles, including the one in the Arms of PithiVIERS [AUDEville area], are now tracing to Tessel and the Suelles river. They are suspect with the Belgian Tassel/TASSIN surname [identical with Conde Coat] sharing the fesse of Tease's/Tighs.

Conte's were first found in Durham, where I traced Mieszko liners of the Siward-of-Northumbria kind, and so one can glean that Conde's are using the Seward Shield in colors reversed, suggesting that Conde's were Conte's.

The Condys (green Chief) are listed with KENNEDY-like variations, and share the blue-on-white pale bar with Roxburghs. The latter surname is traced to CamBusKENNETH. Condys were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as CAMbridge's (Cam river) who in-turn share the "QUAM" motto term of Roxburghs. The swans in the Cambridge Coat ("VIDeri" motto term!) evoke the swan-using Swans/Sions (Gog colors), to perhaps be suspect with the SWANTevit version of "Svetovit." At one time the Swans/Sions used gauntlet gloves but now show falconer's gloves, the point being that they use gloves in either case, and then the Boofima human-sacrifice cult had priests that wore leopard-paw gloves for a sadistic theme. Or, the Swan/Sion gloves are code for Glove's/Glovers / Clovers/Clavers ("gold lion's arm holding a black key") so as to perhaps trace themselves to Glaphyra Archelaus. She was married to Alexander Maccabee (had a child, Alexander) while the Glovers use crescents and a chevron in the colors of the same of Alexanders, a strong argument.

Lake Sevan was to the north side of the Aras river, where I trace "Ares," the war god whom the Bistones worshiped with an erect sword, which one can see in the Alexander Crest, a copy of the Mieske arm and sword. There is a Bistone surname sharing the black-on-white bend with Bessins and Terras/Terans/Derrs' (Bavaria), the latter being the Alexander / MacDonald motto term. As the Terras/Teran Coat (Rooks, Roquefeuil-liner symbol) is a near-copy of the Sale/Sallete Coat, they trace excellently to the Turano river / Sabina mountains. The Bistones are now suspect with a Bessi alliance with Serdica, the latter home to sword-like Serdi; see center-lower-right of map (below), up-river on the Hebros from Ares-suspect ARSus, and don't miss the neighboring Rhodope mountains, made mythically the mother of KIKONs, whom I trace to "CYCNus," otherwise known as Cygnus the Ligurian swan king...suspect with "Savona" (Liguria) and the Savona/Sabine surname:

Note the DUNAX mountain at the north end of the Rhodope chain, for the term smacks of "Duncan." Dunax is at the source of three rivers, one going north through Serdica, land of the Serde's, which traces excellently to the Swords because Siward of Northumberland was a supporter of Malcolm III, son of king Duncan I.

Fithys are traced to DUNCAN Fethyn of Conan and TULLoch, and the crane (sometimes a Ukraine symbol) is in the colors of the DOLs suspect from Doly on the Poland-Ukraine border area i.e. in Red Russia. The RoxoLANI are known to be a Rus-Alan merger, partly why I trace Alans of Dol to the Roxolani. JUST REALIZED: the Condys (compare with Seed/Cedes Coat) use cinquefoils in colors reversed to the same of Duncans / Donkeys! Duncans were first found in the same place (Angus / Forfashire) as Fithys! That is new and very welcome. It's tracing the royal Scotts to the upper Hebros river, and that river had SKUDra entity. There you have it Scotland, your ancestry. I have been identifying the Scott surnames with the Amore's for about two years, and it's the Amore's that use a "cede" motto term now very traceable to Seeds/Cedes' (share double pale bars in the colors of the same of Condys).

Readys were likewise first found in Angus, and likewise use swans in the same colors. See Redarians below, part of the Svetovit Slavs. Readys, in Redder/Rader/Raed colors (familiar Zionist stars) share what looks like a scimitar version of the Mieske elbow. Redders are said to be from "wheelwrights."

English FEYths/Faithfuls (Haldan saltire?) use a crane (on a tree stump), revealing that Fithys are a Faithful branch. German Faithfuls (looks like the Mieske arm with sword) are also "VEID/VEIT," making Rutherfords/Ruddyfithy directly linkable to SvetoVIT. Having said all that, let's go see what Wikipedia divulges in its Svetovid article:

Svetovid, Svantovit or Sventovit is a Slavic deity of war, fertility and abundance primarily venerated on the island of Rugen into the 12th century. He is often considered a local Rugian variant of the pan-Slavic god Perun.

Sometimes referred to as Beli (or Byali) Vid (Beli = white, bright, shining), Svetovid is often depicted with a sword or bow in one hand and a drinking horn in the other. Other important symbols included the white horse, which were kept in his temple and used in divination.

The White horse of Revelation has a bow, and the next horse (red) has a sword. The next horse (black) has a balance (weight scale), a symbol of the Cass' and the Arms of Lithuania. I'm not being dogmatic in a trace of that horse to the Cass surname, but if it's from Casimir, the horseshoe fits pretty good. The article goes on:

Svetovid is associated with war and divination and depicted as a four-headed god with two heads looking forward and two back. A statue portraying the god shows him with four heads, each one looking in a separate direction, a symbolical representation of the four directions of the compass...Joined together, they see all four sides of the world. This gave rise to a false etymology of the name of the god as "world-seer" (svet="world", vid="sight"; Svetovid="worldseer"). However, the forms Sventevith and Zvantewith show that the name derives from the word svet, meaning "saint, holy". The second stem is sometimes reconstructed as vit="lord, ruler, winner"

I don't know what ails the historians when they reject the "svetvid = world sight" interpretation. It's perfect, and alludes to the all-seeing eye that one can find in the Arms of WITkowo (Poland). It could be that some changed the spelling to reflect "holy vit," but that could/would have been the Christianized after-thought. In other words, the all-seeing-eye creeps now building a globalism trace to this disgusting god of war, who are gearing up to make war on Christ. They just haven't yet figured out how to tarnish Christians sufficiently to get popular support or mass approval for it. Some forceful measures will be needed that includes false accusations, they way they did it to Jesus on his last night. We will be called extremists, fanatics, lunatics, anti-educational, deluded. But is that any way to speak of people who give much of their lives for humanitarian causes, who teach brotherly kindness, and resist in-fighting, thievery, adultery...and faggot marriage. Ah, they will seek to make us look like queer bashers (we are not, we only resist and oppose their sexuality), and, woe to them when the Queer Basher in the Sky arrives with thunder and lightning in his hand, and a SWORD in his mouth. Why do we think that these symbols are in Revelation?

I have peered into some scanners at store check-out counter to see a circular symbol just like the so-called "Svetovid sun circle" that is at the Wikipedia article above. It gave me reason to suspect it along with the 666 system yet to be unveiled. "Svetovid sun circle, a Slavic solar symbol found on the Zbruch Idol as a symbol of Svetovid, Slavic deity of war." The sun circle is a black-on-white, six-spoked circle. It's in Wikipedia's Perun article too.

Wikipedia doesn't make clear where the origins of the god were, whether with the Rujani/Rani of Rugen, or at earlier times elsewhere.

The Rani believed in multiple gods, all of which had several faces and were worshipped as tall wooden statues in their respective temples...The mightiest among their gods was Svantevit, a four-headed god having his temple at Cape Arkona in the northernmost part of his isle of WITTow. This temple was worshipped and collected tributes not only from the Rani, but from all Baltic Wends after Rethra, which previously had been the main Wendish religious centre, was destroyed in a German raid in 1068/9.

Rethra, hum? It sounds like it could go to Rutherfords along with Rugen elements that may have named Roxburgh. Rethra was also "RadGOSC," perhaps related to the Rutherford goose. Rethra was in Mecklenburg, what I've been tracing to Maxwells for years (not now for convenience), which family was first found in Roxburghshire (and Yorkshire). Why does the Roxburgh/Rokesby surname use the white horse? Rethra was the city of Redarians, one of the Lutici tribes that included the TOLLensians/Dolency, and so let's repeat that the Rutherford-suspect Fithys were at a TULLoch location in Scotland. Are we treading on Doly elements here? German Tolls/Tollers/Tollens were first found in Pomerania. Irish Tollens are listed as Tools (Pollock boar), making Tollensians suspect with as Dol liners.

As we saw swans in the Redari-like Redder/Rader Coat, let's bring back the Leitch/LECHE surname with Lutici-like look, for Lech liners can trace to "Lychnis, the alternative name of lake Sevan (swan entity), home of Gogarene/Gugar. The Pole's are sometimes called Lechs.

This topic is recalling that some identified Rennes-le-Chateau with an Aereda term, suggesting that Rennes / Renfrewshire were named by the Rani of Rugan. The Wrens, said to be from a Raines family, uses symbols on a Chief all in the three-color scheme of Litch's/Leche's. The Wrens use the crosslets of the Hamburgs and Trips, and then Hamburg is beside Pomerania. To support the Wren trace to Trips, just trace the Trip boots to the boot of Dutch Veys, and note that English Veys/Vivians share the purple lion with Wrens. This means that the Polemon>Tryphaena line had merged at some point with Rani/Rujani. Doesn't "Rujani" look Iranian? Trypillians were Scythians, said to originate in Iran.

The Wren / Trip crosslets bring us back to Windsors, suspect from Wends, and that's the family of peoples who put Svetovit on the world map. Wends were, I think, of the Sarmatians, the same that supposedly put out the Alans / Roxolani, from an Iron entity in Caucasian Alania. Gore's are a merger with Alans, and Alan blood contributed to the royal Windsors.

Some Redder variations suggest the Riddle's/Ridels (ears of rye, a Saddock symbol in honor of Ayers / Eyers and Rye's). Riddle's/Ridels have a "share" motto term betraying their use of the Arms of Carrick (AYRshire family). Carricks can take us back to Caracalla, son of emperor SEVERUS Septimius, suspect from Julius Severus, himself suspect with Opgalli now tracing to the "hope" motto term, one used by Riddle's/Ridels themselves ("I hope to share"). As the Rethra entity was also "RiedeGOST," it's notable that Swedish Gusts share the red-on-white chevron of Riddle's/Ridels...and of Reeds/Rieds, what a coincidence. It allows a trace to Rieti, where the anti-Christ line of Vespasian came out of. The Vespasian > Titus > Domitian line has become what I consider to be the revival of the seven heads into the eighth (Revelation 13, 17). The Reeds/Rieds even use eagles in colors reversed from the Piast eagles, expected where the book in the Reed/Ried Crest is now understood as code for Bogislaw.

Recalling that Robers came to topic as per a Slav version of "Red Russia," it's interesting that Reeds are said to be a sept of Robertsons. Reeds have at least three indications of a trace to Quints and Capone's, but as Capote's/Capone's use the mule, note the Donkey-like variations of Robertsons. Donkey's were first found in the same place (NorthUMBERland) as Reeds/Rieds. Robers/Roberts share the Quint fur, as though Quintus-Caepio elements out of the Severus-Quadratus family evolved into the namers of Rethra. This goes back to Forum Allieni, whom I traced through Brunswick and then to VIS-de-Loop, where Fiddle's/FIDElows (VITA colors!) came out of that are using the same wolf heads (colors reversed) as Robertsons. As one can naturally link Rieti (beside UMBRIA) to Marsi, and therefore to Mercians, note the "merces" motto term of Robertsons. The "gloria" term of Robertsons is linkable to the "gloriosa" of English Saffers, what a severincidence.

I thought that, first of all, the proto-Alans of Forum Allieni went to the Varni theater, and that's the Rethra theater too, but I knew nothing of Rethra significance at that time. The Fiddle's (nearly use an annulet) were first found in the same place (Surrey) as the Share's (in the Riddle motto). The Share fitchee, while suspect with the Fitch surname, sounds like it can be a branch of SvetoVIT-suspect Fithys. The Share's share the same-colored fitchee (almost a fitchee) with Schere's/Scherfs, whom I traced tentatively to Schwerin, in the Varni / Pomerania theater (near Hamburg). German Share's/Schore's were first found in Hamburg. While Riddle's use "ears of rye," Schere's use "ears of wheat." The Arms of Carrick (sometimes just the chevron) at times used fitchees too, and Carricks share a "Garde" motto term with the Richess/Rich surname.

I belabor links to make the links, not because I like to make your head spin or to lose your ability to follow. The links you just saw emphasized tend to verify that Riddle's, and Redders with Riddle-like variations, are from Redarians. But they were traceable to elements out of Rieti and/or the namers of Rieti. The true history behind these traces remains vague because I am not an expert historian, but my point is being well-made that the Svetovit line is represented in surnames as well as motto terms, and is tracing to the Biblical dragon of the same Book that gave us the four horsemen. I like this topic because it opens up an understanding of those horsemen. Unless I'm wrong to trace the Rus to them.

The Glory surname is listed with Lowrys who share the giant grail with Laurie's suspect with Lorraine's (Piast eagles because Richeza was from there) and Lawrence's. The latter are the ones that informed me (years ago) of the Ready surname as per their "Be ready" motto. It is very likely that the Revelation grail is a Deliberate mockery of the Freemasonic grail. The eighth head carries the grail lovers to their painful destruction.

The strong desire of Freemasonic buffoons to use heraldry in this secret way is the only reason that one is able to explain so many links. That is, the endless codes in many forms allows one to drive through this garbage and put it on the inspection table for what it's worth. It always traces to pagans and hard-core satanism. The losers. There is a benefit to historians in unlocking these codes, if they want to better follow people groups and "noble" families, but if historians are also evolutionists, they will remain in poverty of knowledge. God has promised to make fools out of them by not divulging key truths. The more they rail against Him, the less he enlightens them. And that's the way it shall go. If satan is their guide, whether they know it or not, into error they shall go. The world ditch is filled with the blind, and you can be sure that when Jesus used "blind" to describe them, he was mocking them on account of God's hatred for them. Their hatred of God motivates them. It is their zeal.

Lawrence's use a RAGully border around their cross. This was a difficult term, but I came to see it as a Ragg-and-Gully combination. Gullys are Julian liners, and the Julian line of Stewarts use ragully too. I didn't know what to link Raggs to aside from Rangabe's possibly. Now, however, with Lawrence's linking to Redarians, Raggs can go to Rugians. They are suspect with mythical Rig, after whom we'd expect a surname, and then Riggs/Riggins are using annulets (on the same chevron as Reeds / Riddle's) in the colors of the same of Ladys/Laudimans, while the latter use them in their Chief in the three-color scheme of the Chief of Lutici-suspect Leitch's/Leche's/Litch's [I didn't yet know of the Pomeranian Lutch's/Lotch's/Lutz's at this time]. The Ladys were traced to "Lady Fortune" in the KLASSen Coat while GLASgows use a "Lord" motto term as code for Lauds/Lords. The Fortuna's happen to share a white-on-red talbot with the other English Riggs! It's bingo time. Moreover, the Klassens were traced to the Clausula river, where KOPLik is located, and it just so happens that Kopple's share a black rooster with the Rigg Crest! Although the Rigg-crest dog is called a talbot, the same dogs in the Rigg Coat are called "water spaniels each holding in the mouth a gold birdbolt."

The water spaniels can be part code for Spans/Espaigne's because they are traced in their write-up to Alfred d'Espagne, brother of Roger Toeni while Toeni's were of Leicestershire, where Raggs were first found. The Leicester surname shares the swan with Readys, but the Leicester swan has blood drops as likely code for Drop/Trope liners. German Spans/Spangels use a "vase" on a "TRIPple mount." With Trypillian elements entering the discussion, it's a good place to mention that the Redders/Raders share the Hagar star for a trace to the Trypillian theater of the Agarus river.

Vase's are listed with Face's/Fessys/Vesseys, who call their Crest, "A hand holding a laurel branch." The same Crest of Fiddle's calls it a hand holding a garland. It's feasible here that Fessys were a softened "Vita" branch. Fesseys use the Macclesfield cross, and Macclesfields share "copia" with Reeds/Rieds, and moreover can trace to the namers of Mecklenburg (home of Redarians). The Fessey motto traced between Constantine I and Valentinian I, and the latter's line was linked to Astikas' of Vilnius, said by Wikipedia's Traby article to be of the RADZivill family.

The Riggs share the same-colored fesse of Ricks' (griffin in Crest, looks orange), and the latter look like they use a colors-reversed version of the Craven Coat, important because Cravens honor Actons now tracing to Actium, where Polemon>Tryphaena liners were expected. Ricks' had become suspect with Richeza of Lotheringia (Lorraine), but whether or not that's correct, she's a good candidate for being a Rugian entity. Ricks' and Riggs are in the colors of the Sweets. The Richess/Rich surname (wyvern), in the colors of the Sewards, was first found in the same place as Drake's, good reasons for a trace to Richeza.

The Arms of Rieti/Reate uses a war situation including a white horse on red. I'm perhaps gambling to trace Redarians to Rieti, and the theory is that Rieti, in times before the Israeli priesthood of Jesus' days, had something to do with setting it up. You can see the Rieti motto term, "pratis," and the fish, two reasons to trace to fish-using Prude's/Pride's, in the colors of Pratts. One fish in the Arms of Rieti are in the colors of the Prude/Pride "lampreys" (suggests that Preys are a Prude branch)

Pratts can be figured as Teague and Touque liners for multiple reasons, including their Lisieux location at the Touques river. French Prude's/Prats (share a fesse in Carrick-fesse colors) use "hope" in the motto's translation, and Opgalli is highly suspect with Teague's. Pratts are said to have received Rouen castle, not likely a small matter, as Rouen was the Norman capital. The Rouens share mascles with Pratts. The "mea" motto term of French Prude's gets the same cross as Fessys, and another fitchee cross.

The Rieti / Pratts fish are in the white-on-black colors of the Catter/Cather fish. If we thus have the thought that the Rieti fish are the Kodros > Kotor fish of the Keturah line, let's repeat that Kotor was home to fish-using Saraca's/Saraka's, suspect with "Carrick." Of interest here is that the house of Saraka uses a white fish upon a blue-on-gold fesse, the color of the Hazel fesse, and then both Gilberts and Hazels have a squirrel in Crest, relevant because Gilberts are the known root of Carricks. Gilberts show the chevron that is the Arms of Carrick so that no one can deny the link. Hazels even share crescents on a fesse with Carrick-rooted Craigs, and the latter look like a merger with Tassle's/Taisels, much like the Taise surname (Carricks colors) sharing black-on-gold crescents with SARACens (black wolf). When we go to the Carrick branch of Share's, they were first found in Surrey while Surreys have the SARK surname listed with them. If we then note the griffin in the Catter Crest, and decide that it's safe to trace to the Griffins of Pomerania, what about the fact that Saraca's, upon leaving Kotor, settled RAGusa (Dalmatia). Were Rugians from this place?

While the Catters use a Coat like that of Glove's/Glovers, a near-copy of the Alexander Coat using the "terras" motto term, let's remind that German Terras'/Terans use rooks, a Rugan-like term. It gives one a reason to trace Roque's / Rocks Rooks / Rookbys > Roquefeuils to Rugians. By what coincidence do Scottish Terras'/Terrace's/Turris' use a bend with crescents in the three-color scheme of the Hazel fesse with crescents? The Terras'/Terrace's are using the bend of Scotts (Roxburghshire) exactly, and have near-matches in their Crests and mottoes, while the other Scotts (another griffin) use CATHERine wheels, suggesting that Catters/Cathers are Catherine-Roet liners. Scotts trace not only to Skudra in Thrace, but to lake Scodra to the near-south of Kotor, and as you can see with Scott linkage to Alexander elements, there is an implied Scott / Roet link to Glaphyra and Alexander, grandparents of Tigranes.

Taise's share the Ruin/Roman/Rowan gyronny, and Italian Romans share the Scarf wolf, while Scarfs, very linkable to "Saraca," were first found in Yorkshire, where Caracalla (about 200 AD) became the Roman emperor. He assigned his mother's father (Julius Bassianus) a leadership position in Dalmatia, which can help to prove that his Caracalla nickname had everything to do with "Saraca." This is where one can find teeth for linking Bassianus' to the Bassus' (latter married by Tigranes' granddaughter), for Caracalla's father was a Severus while the first Bassus I know of was a son of Julius Severus at Has- / Hazel-suspect Akmonia.

If you want to know how one can make a trace back to the Tigranes-Bassus line at Mr. Laevillus, concentrate and reflect on the codes and details of these surnames: both Terras', both Amore's, Damory's, Leavells, and Marina's. You have the assurance that Terras' trace to Glaphyra and Alexander, and moreover as she was married also to Herod Archelaus, while he traces to True's/Trows, not how the Trews/Trows variations are like "Terras." True's were first found in the same place (Warwickshire) as Scarf- / Scherf-like Sheriffs using a fesse in colors reversed from the Hazel fesse.

As Julius Bassianus was the nephew / uncle / brother (I can't recall which) of Julius Agrippa, this man is suspect in tracing Herod Agrippa's line to Griffins of Pomerania. That's because Ragusa was also "Laus," while the Laus/Lauer surname uses GRAPEs. I don't know that Julius Bassianus or Julius Agrippa was associated with Ragusa, but that's the theory from these particular grapes, for Carricks are in Grape/Gripp/Grabber/Craver colors. And Grave's (Derbyshire) use the same motto (essentially) as Carrick-suspect Prude's/Prats (Carrick colors), and then while Berenice was a daughter of Herod Agrippa, the French Grave's/Greve's use blue-on-white fesse bars, a Bernice symbol. The Grave's share the same spread eagle of LEUTons/Lutons, making the latter suspect as a line of Lutici/Leutizi. The Carrick talbots are the "water spaniels" of Riggs/Riggins, and then Dutch Grave's/Gravens use the same cross as Vase's/Fessys while Spans/Spangels use a "vase" in Vase/Fessy colors. Dutch Grave's/Gravens even share a cross in the colors of the French Sarasin moline. It's speaking to a Saraca link to Grave / Grape liners, especially as there was a second Ragusa location in the Saracen part of Sicily.

After writing a little further past this point, I inserted a large segment earlier on the Dunax area, and it brought me to the Aluta river to which I had traced Lutts. It reminded me of the Lutici about a minute or so after spotting the Redari-like city of Ratiaria. If I am correct in this, and I think I am, the Lutici were proto-McLeods and the other Lutts. Here's on Ratiaria, and just gawk at the Vid-like term that should unveil what saint Vitus really stood for. You will find saint Vitus further down in the next section:

Ratiaria (or: Raetiaria, Retiaria, Reciaria, Razaria...was a city founded by Moesi, a Daco-Thracian tribe, in 4th century BC, along the river Danube. The city had a gold mine in the vicinity, which was exploited by the Thracians.

It is located 2 km west of present village Archar in Vidin Province, northwestern Bulgaria. The closest modern cities are Vidin (27 km. to the north west) and Lom (28 km. to the east).

Archar is like the Arkona location of Svetovit, which perchance traces to the namers of the Arc river in Savoy. The Archie/Ark surname (three arches in the colors of the three Blois dragons) was first found in the same place as Wend-suspect Windsor Castle while Arkona was a Wendish entity. Mythical UTHER Pendragon was a Windsor liner, from LOMbardy's OTHER surname, and modern LOM was Almus at Ratiaria. Almus was feasibly the representation of mythical Olmos, founder of the Arpad Hungarians. As could be expected of Roxolani liners, Scottish Archie's/Archibalds were first found in Roxburghshire.

Redarians were in charge of a SvetoVID god that tends to clinch their trace to Ratiaria and Vidin. On the ancient map, Ratiaria is off the west side of the Oescus river, and together they trace well to Oscans around Rieti/Reate.

With all the vair fur about to crop up, the White surnames can apply to Vid/Vit elements. Beside the Oescus river, there is an Utus river smacking of Uts / Uat. By what coincidence do the Widens/Whittens (Roxburghshire) use a giant water bouget, a Bug symbol i.e. tracing to Nahorite suspects? Vidin is on the old map as Bononia.

Vidin emerged at the place of an old Celtic settlement known as Dunonia...The settlement evolved into an Roman fortified town called Bononia....

When Slavs settled in the area, they called the town Badin or Bdin, where the modern name comes from. Similarly, Anna Komnene refers to it as Vidyne in the Alexiad.

Svetovid was Slavic, right? It looks like it was named after the Budini, or the Uat-Buto cult. The Baden/Battin surname uses the all-seeing-eye, apparently, a symbol gleaned of Svetovit, and it's a known fact that the Uat-Buto cult was part of the all-seeing-eye of Horus, and he is the proto-Rus, right? As I identify Horus with the Edomite Horites, note first that the Widens/Whittens use the owl, for Edoms chief cult, Kos, is said to have been an owl god. Secondly, I trace the Horite, Timna, to the Times'/Timms, and so see the Timaeus river and Timacum smack to the west side of Ratiaria. It may even be that Seir / Osiris named the SERdi, who lived beside or at the Dunax mountain suspect earlier in this update with Dunns, Dunbars and Duncans, and may now be suspect with the Dunonia name of proto-Vidin. "Dun" could be expected from "Edom."

The WATER bouget may be part code for Waters, but the eye-using Vatts and Watts have a Watters variation that works well in this picture. We just saw a water bouget in the Widen/Whitten Coat. As I say that dancette-using Holders trace to the Aluta/Olt river, it's notable that Wyatts use a dancette in the colors of the Widen water bouget. If the Aluta was the origin of the Lutici, finding a trace of Vit-like Wyatts to that river is significant. As Pendragons trace to Oescus river with a mouth near the Aluta, it's notable that the Wyatt fleur-de-lys and dancette are reflective of the Pendragon Coat. Pendragons were first found beside Badens/Battins and Baths, and, in fact, I claimed that Badens/Battins were the chief entity of the Arthurian cult. The Bidens/Buttons are traced in their write-up to Bath (Somerset), home of the Baths.

You need to ignore the derivations in write-ups if they conflict with any strong logic that I set out. I've been at this long enough to see that branch's of the same family have different write-ups. The axes in the Baden/Battin Coat should trace to the axes in the Zerr/ZEHRer Crest, wherefore Badens trace to Baden of Germany, where ZAHRingers ruled. It was only recently when a trace of Zahringer Baden went to BADENoch at Nairnshire, and that's where the Rats/Raits were first found that share the anchor with Belgian / Dutch Raets/Raits, looked up as per the Raetiaria version of the old town. The latter have the look of the Burn Coat, and the Burn Coat is the one with the "Ever READY" motto!

The Arms of Lom (ancient Almus) uses both an anchor and three horizontal bars in the colors of the one of Bernice's. That seems like a good reason to trace Raets/Raits and Rats to Retiaria. Redders/Readers use the blue-on-white fesse of Bernice's, apparently. Suddenly, Berenice Agrippa may be tracing to Ratiaria. Could it be that "Herod" was from a variation of "Rat." The mother of the first Herod was of the household of ARETas III of Petra (Edom). This is making sense. That mother married Antipater, who can trace to Antipater/Antipatria to the near-south of the Penestae...the peoples now tracing to the Ratiaria theater! Wikipedia claims that Ratiaria predates the Herods.

Readings/Reddins/Ridings use black boars while a passage in the Book of Enoch claims that Edom was symbolized by a black boar! Freemasonic types just drank this up and used a black boar for their Edomite elements.

As Berenice was of Syrian Chalcis, it now looks like her Redder / Raet / Rait elements were from Eritrea of Euboea, land also of Grecian Chalcis. That makes a lot of sense. I get the impression that the Euboeans named Ratiaria.

The Ratterys/Rattrays use "a flaming HEART", and had a location in Buchan, what traced recently to Buchentum/Pyxus at a Laus area in southern Italy. This Laus is beside a Flanders-suspect Blanda location, but lower in this update, Flemings as a whole (usually lumped in with Flanders) may have been found from Rijeka, where elements from Laus = Ragusa are traceable. That works interestingly. There are two Flaming surnames, one listed with German Flemings (Rattery colors), and one with Dutch Vlaminghs/Flamens sharing the red-and-gold checks of Irish Flemings. There is also a Flame/Flamen surname sharing besants in the colors of the same of Widens (not yet clinched with Viden), but this is not enough to make a hard case, except that Vidin is beside Ratriara. Ratterys use a "sidera" motto term that's likely for the Side's/Siders/Sudys, known kin of Sutys that show definite sign of being a branch of Flemish Seatons. The Widen besants are, as with the Treeby besants, in the Chief, and Trebys can trace to Triballi, the people group shown at / beside Ratiaria and Viden! Now that suddenly makes a Widen=Vidin case pretty good. The Treby lion underneath the besants is even in the colors of the Widen bouget.

I'm not familiar with the Trevy surname, first found in Cornwall, beside the Devon Trebys. There is a Trible/Treble (like "Triballi") surname, likewise first found in Devon. The Trevys use black boars again. I'm glad that they came up here, because I almost forgot to mention Bude, in Cornwall, what can trace to the Baden and similar versions of "Vidin."

I had cause since late last year to lump Raits with the Traps. The latter use nothing but a giant BUStard, thought it has some unidentified black on its wing. The Trap bustard is in the colors of the giant Bus cinquefoil. The Bustard/Busteed surname uses more bustards, and was first found in the same place as Trebys and Trible's. It may sound crazy, but I was convinced that God was using squirrels in my attic as a Sign of Daniel's 11 horns or Revelation's eight heads. 16 squirrels were removed from the attic, and the first 11 seemed like a Sign for various reasons. I wrote about the entire affair over some updates starting in about November. I had to use a RAT TRAP because the homemade trap was too slow and ineffective. About four squirrels survived and were driven away from the property. 11 died. One, whom I nicknamed, satan, got away from me in the vehicle, up into the heater area of the dash, and would not come out. I had to drive it home, but never saw it again in the vehicle. I was doing laundry at that time in town, but purchased a laundry machine this spring. After washing my shorts, I hung them up to dry, and slipped them on the next day, finding a dead squirrel in the pocket.

With all rare events, I checked the details of the events with surnames, in case God was using the events to emphasize such surnames. This is not a joke, as it had worked several times in the past. For example, the Dash surname was checked, but it wasn't yet very important, as it has become now, because Dash's are listed with Dess'/D'Asche's suspect with the Dessaratae/Dexaroi (666 suspects) and/or the Ask septs of McLeods now tracing with Pendragons to the Oescus river. I didn't know then that Dash's use the same fesse as Berenice's / Redders/Readers, nor were Berenice's stressed at the time, but here she is linking to the Raits/Rats for the first time. That's not a coincidence, is it?

Plus, it is in this update that a Dexaroi trace to the Tessin river has been clinched, thanks somewhat to the Ascona location in Switzerland's Ticino, and as the Tecks/Tess' were first found in Switzerland, one can trace the squirrel-using Decks/Daggers -- suspect with DEXARoi -- to the Tessin/Ticino river (out of Switzerland). Was the dead squirrel in my shorts pocket a coincidence, or a Sign for you? The Dexters/DECKsters use chevrons in the colors of the same of Bernice-related Burns, and while both latter surnames share the black hunting horn with Trap-like Trabys, the Dexters use "Two weights hanging from a tree" in Crest while Weights use black hunting horns with gold stripes, the 666-suspect symbol in the Arms of Traby. The Tree's/Trews might be the reason for the TREEby variation of Trebys.

The Shorts (griffin, Bute estoiles) were looked up after HANGING them up on a post to dry, but I didn't think that hanging them might also be a Sign. Here I find that Hangars and Shorts both use a gold griffin in both Crest and Coat!!! Here I find that Shorts share two erect wings in Crest with Trap-beloved Bustards. The Hangers (Rod cinquefoils?) even use an Artes motto term, much like Aretas, ancestor of Berenice.

We're not done, for the Hangers became important in the "pot hangers" of Danish Cnuts, who share flags in Crest with the McLeods/Lutts now tracing ti the Lutici, the ones suspect for the first time, in this update, with the four horsemen of Revelation. However, the Cnuts call then "banners." The Ratiaria location has become suspect for the first time with the Redarians, the chief Lutici tribe that oversaw the Svetovit cult. The Bernice-suspect Redders/Readers are expected to be from either the Redarians or Ratiaria, or both.

Here's the Cnut Coat: "A silver shield with two black pot-hangers tied with a ribbon, between three green trefoils." To help prove that Cnuts are McLeod kin, the ribbon is also in the Dempster Coat, which itself shares the sword of Dempseys, and this sword is that of Swords tracing to Serdica on the Oescus river, the ancestry also of McLeod septs (the Oescus has a mouth near the mouth of the Aluta). McLeods are the ones with a Herod sept, and Herods list a Herault variation that traces to Herault...which borders Aude, where the Dunax / Orbelus area traced. It just so happens that Dempseys use a white-on-red lion along with the Sword swords, the symbol of Dunax-based Dankers/Dankins. Plus, while Pollocks use "AUDacter" as code for Aude (Aude's use the Sword sword on a blue background), Dempsters are the only ones I know of that share a "strenue" motto term with Pollocks. Note that while Dempsters and Dempseys share sword, they have different write-ups / derivations, which is why you should not assume that experts or the infallible are behind the write-up of any surname.

I am greatly impressed with the findings of this update. Ribons are listed with RAEburns, and the "burn" ending should not me ignored. The Reaburns are suspect with French Rays sharing an "escarbuncle" with the Hanger Crest. Bunckle's (Berwickshire) use buckles. English Rae's/Rays share the stag with Ribons/Raeburns. The motto of English REA's used a translated "READy" term. The entire motto is translated, "Ready for EVERything," like the "Ever ready" motto of the Burns! That exclamation mark of surprise is because I didn't know of the motto when saying that "burn" should not be ignored. Rays are thus discovered to be Bernice-Agrippa liners of the Ready (swans) kind. Lawrence's use "ready" too while Laurie's were first found in the same place (DUMfries) as Rae's/Rays.

I did not know that the French Rays list "RAIT" until the paragraph was finished!!! It means that Ribons and Rays are Raed/Rait liners. It's the Rait Trap coming your way. The Agrippa's are coming, run for the hills, Judea. The Burns had a Bernys location in the same place as Pollocks and Speers, and as Speers trace to Domitian, the Revelation head that I now think is the received one for the end-times show-down, it could be that DEMseys are Domitian liners. Obama chose a Holder (McLeod kin likewise suspect from the Aluta/Olt) to head his revolutionary, corrupt justice department, and he chose a Dempsey to lead the Joint Chiefs of Staff (his military). Obama's mother was a DUNham sharing a dancette in the colors of the Holder dancette. The "EveryTHING" motto term of Rays looks to be part-code for the Things/Thynns (Salop), for they share the lion of ribbon-using Dempsters, while the Rats/Raits motto, "Spero meliora," is translated, "I hope for better THINGs." The Hope's are the ones with the giant anchor, the symbol of Rats/Raits and Raets/Raits.

French Rays have a motto term suggesting the Eustace's and related Staceys, for the Stacey stag design is also that of English Rays. Eustace's are without-doubt from Eustace II, father of Godfrey de Bouillon. This line traced hard to priests of Israel. The white stags of the Ray Coat look linkable to the white horse's Freys/Phreeze's and Sangers/Singers (both with all legs off the ground). The latter are mentioned below in a trace to the Sangarius river, location of Pessinus and Brogitarus' great-stupid-mother cult, the figment of his imagination, and the world's great waste of time for most of history. This great cup is coming again to persecute and gloat. As Sangers share the gold garbs of STICKS, Sangers link to the Traby-related ASTIKas' of Svetovit-related Lithuania. Gold-garb Wessels use the Sanger / Phreeze horse too. Sangers were first found in the same place (Devon) as Trebys and Traps. The Astikas' are the ones with RADZivill ancestry.

The cup theme reminds me that Arpad, leader of Hungarians, had the leaders of his seven Magyars (Magog?) tribes pour their blood into a cup, afterwhich they all drank from it in making a war pact. As Arpad is suspect with Ratiaria and neighboring Almus, it might just be the reason for the details of the Revelation cup in the hand of the great-mother goddess.

"I hope for BETTER things" can be part-code for Botter / Bute liners that can include Buttars/Bitars using the same black cross as Rats/Raits and Sinclairs. As Bude's look so much like Bute's/Butts, let's remention that the peoples of Bute were called BOTHwells, while Booths use more black boars. ArBUTHnotts/ArBUTTONs (Saraca-fish colors), associates / kin of Eliphas-suspect Oliphants, use the motto, "Laus Deo." For new readers, Eliphas was the son of Esau that married Timna, suspect with the Timacum area beside the Triballi. English Bude's use a lion in the colors of the Morgan lion, indicating mythical Morgan le Fay, chief witch of Avalon; this is another indication that Avalon was Bute. The other indication has to do with Vivians/Veys, first found in Cornwall, and the boot of Dutch Veys.

Arbuthnotts were first found near Buchan so that they can trace well to Laus in Italy. Arbuthnotts share the stars of the Flemish Douglas' that in-turn share a heart with crown with the "flaming-heart" Ratterys, who in-turn have a Rattery Head location at Buchan. Arbuthnotts were first found in Kincardine, where Mens/Mengzes (kin of heart-using Glenns and Glennys) trace that are a branch of Manners/Maness' (share peacock with Arbuthnotts), especially as Manders share "Laus Deo" with Arbuthnotts.

The Bude dancette is in the colors of the Holder and BUTler dancettes, and Holders trace well to the Aluta river near Ratriara and Baden/Viden. Bothwells (Rattery colors) look like they use the Vair/Verona/Vires Coat but without the fish.

If Ratiaria is the basis of the Redarians, it doesn't at first glance look like a Rhodian / Ruthene entity necessarily. However, I have been tracing Arpad of the Hungarians with high certainty to Arvad/Arpad in Syria (near Ugrian-like Ugarit), which the Greeks called, ARADos. As RATiaria is beside Almus, what may have been mythicized as Olmos, father of Arpad, Ratiaria looks like it's descended from Arados/Arpad. One can then view the namers of Ratiaria as the namers also of Arad and Oradea, between Hungary and the Mures river (Marisus on the map), a known part of Hungarian ancestry.

As per the black fish in the Arms of Rieti, there is a black fish in the Arms of Vidin.

Enter the Vespasian Element

I don't recall linking Fessys to "VESpasian" (my memory can't always handle the complicated load of these topics), but the Vase variation is interesting to that effect. The Baths, first found in the same place as Badens/Battins, use the same cross as Fessys/Vase's. The double-headed eagle on a ROCK in the Arms of RIJeka/Rika/Reka, a place that can be suspect with RUJani of the Rugians, pours water out of a jug or vase, I don't know which. As I trace the Maxwell eagle to the Rijeka eagle while Rijeka is at the northern end of Istria, while Pola/Pula is at the southern end, I see the reason that Pollocks are said to be a sept of Maxwells/MAKESwells. That is, there had been a relationship between Rijeka and Pola. The Pollock saltire is in the colors of the cross in the Arms of Pola. If correct to trace Maxwells / Macclesfields to the namers of Mecklenburg, then the Rujani can indeed trace to Rijeka, the rock of which I trace to ROXburghshire, where Maxwells (and Widens) were first found. It's also where Scotts were first found that use a black griffin, that being a part-eagle beast.

I trace the Makeswell variation to Makeslesfield, an old version of "Macclesfield, and Macclesfields happen to use the Vase/Fessy cross. Then, add to this picture, Vespasia POLLA, mother of emperor Vespasian, and one can see a trace of that emperor to the Vase's and to Rijeka. As Vespasian was a Flavian liner, compare "Flav" with "Pflaum," what the Germans call Rijeka. "Pflaum" could have been "Flavium." Then, check out the Vit term:

"Historically it was also called Sankt Veit am Flaum or Pflaum in German, and Tarsatica, Vitopolis, or Flumen in Latin...

...In the time of Augustus, the Romans rebuilt Tarsatica as a municipium Flumen (MacMullen 2000), situated on the right bank of small river Rjecina (whose name means "the big river"). After the 4th century the city was rededicated to St. Vitus, the city's patron saint, as Terra Fluminis sancti Sancti Viti or in German Sankt Veit am Pflaum. In medieval times Rijeka acquired its Croatian name, Rika svetoga Vida ("the river of St. Vitus")

Patron saints are often Christianized / whitewashed symbols for pagan elements. "Sankt Veit" looks like that holy Vit entity of Svantovit! It looks like we have the four horsemen now tracing to Rijeka and Vespasian elements, and so let's keep in mind that the double-headed black eagle is a Roman-globalist symbol, and that Rijeka was at the theater of Japodes, the Jupiter cult in all likeliness.

One can ask whether the Plume's trace to "Flaum / Flumen." As Nero preceded Vespasian, if we ignore the three uprooted emperors of 69 AD, by what coincidence does one Plume Coat share Vair fur with Nero's, Fleur's and Irish FLEMings?? This is the first time that I've seen a trace "Fleming" to anything that feels absolutely correct. The Fleming vair is beneath a Chief filled with checks in the colors of the Plume vair. One Vair surname is the Verona surname using the Feller trefoils and the white-on-blue fish, the colors of the Saraca fish. The other Vairs use red checks linkable to the Fleming checks.

Scottish Flemings use a rare scarlet color for their so-called "double tressure border," and this color is used also by Tresure's/Treasures (dragons). Is this why the Revelation dragon is said to be scarlet? The scarlet feature of Tresure's is their chevron, quite possibly the Arms-of-Carrick chevron.

German Flemings can be using a gold version of the white wolf of Italian Romans, but as the Roman wolf is in the colors of the Scarf wolf while the scarf is a Traby/Sadowski symbol, it recalls that Trypillians burned their homes down ritualistically from time to time, as if to appease some dumb god / goddess of theirs. I had suspected that Flemings, using the heraldic flames, were therefore Trypillians, but now it seems that Flemings are tracing to Flumen, said to be named after "river," but note how "Fiume" is like "fume," as in a fuming fire. The double tressure is a symbol of royal Scotland, and is shared by Seatons/Sittens, known Flemings. I read that the tressure is owned by Flemings. Scarfs were first found in the same place as English Maxwells, if that helps to trace Trypillian liners to Rijeka.

This is an excellent place to mention the "Let" motto term of the scarlet Flemings, for are suspect in the giant Vita annulet. Letts are using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Annas and Quillans/Killans (dragon), but the latter substitute the giant Annas star with a white wolf in the design used by Romans and Flemings. Quillan is a location smack beside RENNES-le-Chateau, a term suspect from the Rani version of "Rujani." The Quillans look linkable to white-wolf Gore's that traced to the Gorski area of Croatia, the Rijeka theater, and to Servitium near the Colapis river of Japodes. Quillans can therefore look like the Gillian variation of Julians, for both Gore's and Julians merged with Alans.

To reinforce the links above, Tease's/Tighs use stars in Annas-star colors while both surnames were first found in the same place as Bugs, making the wolves at topic traceable to the wolf-loving Neuri on the Bug river of the Trypillian theater. The other Tease's/Tecks use a saltire in colors reversed to the Annandale saltire while Letts use a saltire in colors reversed to the Annandale saltire as used by the Bruce's and Arms of Ayrshire, and then both the Arms of Ayrshire and the "let"-using Flemings use a "shaw" motto term. The Tighs are suspect with Teague's/Taide's now tracing to lake Tatta with the Deeds/Dade's honored in the motto of the Flemings: "Let the deed shaw."

Whatever the historical details, Rieti kin, or some important elements of Rieti that led to Prude's / Pratts, led to the Saraca's, Carricks and the Bruce royals, explaining why Belgian Pratts use the Scottish Bruce (Annandale) saltire. The Prut river of the Trypillians is highly suspect with Prude liners to Rieti because Trypillians are likely the namers of the Trebia river at Placentia, home of Ananes Gauls to which the Annandale kin of Bruce's and Pratts trace. Kerricks use a "calTROP." Someone more acutely aware of history than I am could read more into these clues. I continually need signs and wonders to carry on, and usually they get my spirits up. If Laus'/Lauers do trace to Laus = Ragusa, it's notable that Laurie's were first found in the same place as Annandale.

The new revelation here includes a potential Hazel trace to Saraca's. The Hazel-related Dussel(dorf)s happen to share green-on-gold trefoils with Carrick-colored Prude's/Prats; both surnames use the same format. I'm pretty sure I know whose trefoils these are, but before telling, note that Italian Prettys/Preti's/PreVITE's were first found in Treviso, where Vita's were first found. It's another reason for tracing the Veit entity of Rijeka to the Vespasian family.

Entering "Rages" in seeking a surname from "Ragusa" gets the Raggs (colors reversed from Hazels / Dussels / Saraca's). Compare Raggs with Plows/Ploughs noting the dancette of both Plows and Carricks. Might Ploughs be from Pola?

Unfortunately, I have no surnames from past efforts that link definitely to Flavians out of Rieti that brought Vespasian, father of Titus and Domitian, to the Revelation dragon. Revelation was written during the reign of Domitian (to 96 AD). When I learned that Josephus joined this imperial Flavian family, I started to suspect that Joseph Caiaphas belonged to Flavians. Do you think that "Plow" can be a version of "Flav"? The Plow dancette is a fesse in colors reversed to the Saraca / Hazel fesse. Caracalla's mother, Julia DOMna, can trace to "DOMitian." (Plows look related to Alters/Colters.)

VesPASia Polla was viewed (by me) as Ves-Pasi liner so as to be of the Pasi's/Pace's (share the spears of Speers, first found in RENfrew, same place as Pola-based Pollocks), and this can bring one to the purple Shield of English Pace's, important because one side of the Rieti flag is purple. The first Pollock, Peter, had a name like Flavius Petro, Vespasian's grandfather. Plows/Ploughs (share stag in Crest with Stewarts) look like Pollocks, for they were even first found in Shropshire, where Peter Pollock's father lived with the Alans of Dol. The Plow dancette is in the colors of two Peter surnames, and the third Peters share gold-on-black mascles with Pratts. This is why I traced Pollocks to Vespasia Polla without a doubt. Peter's father, Fulbert "the Saxon," has no known ancestry, yet Plows are said to be from Saxons.

It just so happens that the Brittany Plume's, suspect with Flumen = Rijeka, use spear heads while Pace's/Pasi's use spears (both on a blue Shield), yet another reason to trace Vespasian to the Rijeka root of Svetovit. But there's more, for Pasi's share crossed, white spears with Line's/LINDs/Lynns (Annas star?) while the English Plume's use "A red talbot sejant, collared and LINED gold." The English Plume's are the ones suspect with the Fleming vair, and then the Vair/Verona surname lists a Vires variation while the Line's/Linds share a "VIREscit" motto term with Stewarts and Brocks. Brocuffs, sharing the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Brocks, use the potent cross of Skits that are evident in "VireSCIT."

If Brocuffs trace to "BROGitarus" at Pessinus, note that Pasi variations such "Pasino" can trace to Pessinus. The Pace besants can trace to the Bassus' and to the Pessinus-like Bessins / Bessens/Besants (Pasi/Pasino colors, erect sword in Crest). It appears that Julius Severus gave the Bassus surname to his son from Pessinus elements. It's probably important that English Bessens share the Massey / Hanan / Eure quarters. Hanans and Eure's share the black bend of Bessins and Bistons (erect-sword liners from Cyrene, where Bistones lived in BC times), and Eure's are tossed into this discussion because purple-Shield Pace's are said to be from Pacy in Eure.

English Line's have the chevron that is the Arms of Carrick, while Scottish Line's/Linds were first found in the same place as Carricks, a good reason to trace both Carricks and Line's to Flumen = Rijeka. German Line's/Linds use a white horse in the colors of the Saxon horse. The "manu" motto term of German Line's/Linds suggests the Maeonians again, for Line's/Linds likely trace to "Lindos," the city of mythical Danaus upon Rhodes. Of interest with "manu" is that the Mens/Mengzes share the Shield-and-Chief color combination of German Line's/Linds, both sharing a red Chief with Manners/Maness' and Titus'. I don't recall how Sempers were traced to emperor Titus, but Scottish Line's/Linds (annulets) happen to use a "Semper" motto term. The Sempers happen to use the two BRAMton lions in pale, and Bramtons happen to share a red talbot in Crest with Rika-like Riggs!

As Base's use the Bramton lions in colors reversed, and as Base's can be a Vase branch, it can indicate that Fessy liners were Bessi liners, especially if Keturah named the Satrae, whom had the Bessi as their priests. Bessys/Besancons (suspect with Bissets) are in Pasi colors. In this way, VES-PASI may use two branches from the Bessi Thracians as a name. Bessys / Pasi's are even in Brock / Brocuff colors, and the latter two use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Keturah-suspect Cutters. The Dunax area of the Bessi traced to Duncans and Dunks, but then Ross-shire, where Bessy-colored Bissets were first found, had a capital at DINGwall.

Earlier in this update, Crabs had traced to Orbelus at Dunax, but then Crabs share the Plow/Plough fleur. Can this trace Flavians to the Bessi?

Reminder: Bramtons are suspect with the Abraham-Keturah line that had just linked to Carricks (same talbot design as Riggs) who are now tracing from Kotor / Ragusa also to Rijeka. It should be noted that Hagars share the white Zionist star with one of the Plume Coats (Rigg colors), and while Abraham lines traced for various reasons to Trypillians, let's remention the calTROP of Kerricks. The TROPoje location to the near-east of the Clausula river is important here because Riggs had shown undeniable clues (earlier in this update) for tracing to the Koplik location on the Clausula. It should also be said that while Nahor lines are expected with Abraham lines of Trypillia, Kopple's (share the black rooster with Riggs) were first found in NURemberg. I once traced Budini tentatively to Rijeka, suspect also at Butua/Budva smack beside Kotor. Lest you've forgotten (I did), the "WATER spaniels" (code-name for the talbots) of the Riggs brought up the vase-using Spans/Spangels (shares red Shield with Rijeka and Riggs), a powerful tool if anyone can discover whether the Rijeka eagle pours WATER from a vase versus a jug.

I almost missed it, but a red talbot is also in the Plume Crest!!!! Hee-hee, tisk-tisk. The Brittany Plume's had a love-affair with Rijeka but weren't telling. These Plume's were first found in the same place as Blois, and then the counts of Blois had made union with Chatillon, which uses vair, the Plume symbol too.

Italian Paloma's (Bari) use a dove with olive branch in the colors of the Spangel vase and Vase/Fessy cross. Spanish Paloma's happen to use a cauldron, what could develop into a vase if needed to honor a Vase surname. I almost deleted the following from above, but decided to put it in brackets for record-keeping if needed: "(Plows look related to Alters/Colters.)" Colters look linkable to "cauldron." There is a Cauldron surname (PALM branch!) sharing the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Ghents, and then Colters use the Catherine wheel, symbol of John Gaunt's wife. This recalls that John of gaunt was at BORDeaux / Candale, traceable to Birds/Burds and Borders suspect in the double-tressure-BORDER code. "Double" had been suspect with a Blois variation, but note the "DeBlots too in the Bolt list. Italian Palmers are in Spangler / Vase colors, even sharing the Rigg fesse, and English Palmers share double bars with Italian Paloma's.

Why is the Rijeka container orange? I suspected RANGabe Byzantines with ORANGe, and "Rangabe" is nearly "RIJEKa." Moreover, the Rangabe's share a white flory cross with Bouillons and Birds/Burds (the latter two use them in colors reversed), and then the water spaniels have a "BIRDbolt" in their mouths! Then, here is the Spanish Paloma description: "A blue shield with a gold cauldron and a BIRD within two gold palets." It looks like the Paloma bird is code for the Bird line through Flumen = Rijeka, serving to reveal that Plume's and Paloma's are branch's.

With Paloma's using palets, Rijeka becomes suspect with Pale's/Palys and Pallys/Pallets, and so lets not forget that double heraldic bars are called, gemel, while Pale's/Palys use a camel. Pallys/Pallets share boars in the colors of the same of Porcia's, while Porcius Cato can be suspect with Chatillons, for "The counts of Chatillon added to their title that of prince of Porcien." Porcia's were first found in Umbria, and as the Nera river flows through Umbria to the Rieti area, note that the Chatillon vair is in the three colors of the Nero vair.

As the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Chatillon Arms is that of Letts while vair-using Flemings use a "Let" motto term, the suspicion is, amongst other things, that Rijeka elements trace to the Nera as well as to Rieti. To the near-north of Ragusa (at the term that looks like Asamum on the Illyrian coast on map), there is a Naro river that was also a Neretva region, much like some Nero-surname variations.

Porci's were traced to the Coat of Fez', first found in the same place (Auvergne) as Bouillons. German Bolts use the birdbolt, indicating a merger with Birds. These Bolts were first found in Mecklenburg, what a Redarincidence.

English Bolts/deBlots even use the giant griffin (it's the Scott griffin).

Scottish Line's/Linds also use fleur-de-lys in colors reversed from the Plow/Plough / Ragg/Rages fleur, important if both latter surnames trace to Rijeka, for Linds are linkable enough to Lindseys of Lincolnshire's naming, where the Rhodes' were first found that likely trace to Rodez, the place that married Roquefeuils. The Manders that share a version of the Rhodes Coat are the ones with a "laus" motto term that could be code for Laus = Rijeka. The Manders are traced (by me) to the Maeander river of Maeonians, and while there was a Kabeiri mountain at Pessinus, the Kabeiri were said by ancients to be Maeonians. Here's a good article, begging whether the Lasonii were the namers of Laus:

CAŽBALIS, a people of Asia Minor. Herodotus (3.90) mentions the Cabalii in the same nome (the second) with the Mysi, Lydi, Lasonii, and Hygenneis. He places the Milyeis in the first nome with the Lycians, Carians, and others. In another passage (7.77) he speaks of "Cabelees the Maeonians", and says that they are called Lasonii. Nothing can be got from these two passages [unless you know your heraldry clues]. Strabo (p. 629) speaks of the Cibyratis [Kabeiri] and Caballis: in another place (p. 631) he says that the Cibyratae are said to be descendants of those Lydians who occupied the Caballis; and again, "they say that the Cabaleis were Solymi."...The connection of Cibyra with the towns of the Cabalis is explained under CIBYRA

We can glean there that Cybele, named after the Cabelees, was a Maeonian goddess, though she's always said to be Phrygian. It becomes clear that Kybele and the Kabeiri were one group of great stupids that no good mother could bear, and Brogitarus was the great stupid priest of that mother goddess at Pessinus, the continuation of the old-school paganism in her name, the line to the Revelation dragon, and to the harlot holding a grail in her hand, symbol of Laus-suspect Laurie's and Lowrys/Glorys. The Mander motto phrase, "Laus Deo," is at the top of the 666 monument otherwise known as the Washington Monument, the monument to all the world's stupidity, a giant penis in honor of Dionysus, chief of the Kabeiri, and lord of the Mander-like Maenads, so stupid that they were given an insanity symbol by even the stupid myth writers. What else have the elite being doing throughout history to waste this planet's time? Why should the Creation groan forever on account of this dog's senseless barking?

I claimed (years ago) that God put emailer Pollock in my life for this dragon hunt. Pollocks became central, though I didn't plan on that, of course. I'm thinking that God wanted us to know that Pollocks are at the root of Rothschilds, and of the Vespasian line to be revived in this world. She has resisted much of what I've said on Pollocks, can't blame her, because this is hard work to follow and verify. Our last communication was a couple of weeks ago. She has the purple disease, porphyria, and per chance the purple color under discussion is a symbol of that "royal disease"...that some think is identical to "blue blood." The other half of the Rieti flag happens to be blue. Plows use a blue Shield in the two colors of Italian Dance's/Donnas'/Danais', but English Dance's are from Saxons yet again, who may have been named in honor of the wild dance of the Maenads.

With a link of Rieti's Platt / Vespasian / Flavian elements to Rijeka, which itself appears to trace to Redarians, the chief owners of Svetovit (lucky stupids, a loftier class), one has reason to trace Redarians to the namers of Rieti/Reate. The only Slav elements in Redarians may have been from SwietoSLAWa and Pole-related Slavs, if you get my Polla point. I had ventured to trace "Slav" to "Salop," the alternative name of Shropshire i.e. where Plows were first found. It just so happens that while we saw SiemoWIT suspect with SvetoVIT, the Siemens (share eight-pointed star with Rothschilds/Rothsteins) use a so-called "SLAB" that I once, maybe twice, suggested as code for Salop elements, but then neglected that idea for lack of evidence. It now looks good. A concrete slab is what pagans had for brains. They fashioned a god out of some earthly material, propped it up in a "sacred" place, and made the whole town worship it. This is the ancestry and mental conditioning of the world rulers today who rail against the one true God. They are coming on with a plot, you just wait and see, to lock your children in their grip.

I saw reason to identify king Arthur as a Slav-Ruthene entity in relation to Frankish Ruthene. The Ruthene are known to have named Rodez/Rodes, and then Henry IV of Rodes (married Roquefeuil) traces to the trefoils of Rods suspect in the Prude/Prat trefoils, a symbol of Fellers from Roquefeuil. With all the talk of globalist Rockefellers in conspiracy land, it's important that Roquefeuil is in the Aude part of France that seems applicable to the AUDacter motto term of Pollocks. In other words, Pollocks are indeed important in the dragon hunt, in order to understand the Biblical dragon's roots. As Roquefeuil is not far from Toulouse, we are no longer ninnies when seeing the gold bars in the Arms of Roquefeuil (Pollock / Arms-of-Pola colors).

The Prude/Prat trefoils are green on gold, the colors of the Hatchet trefoils, and then the Hatchet Coat uses three fish in pale, as do the other Prude's. The Hatchets are honored in the hatchets of the Zerrs/Zehrers whose Crest axes trace to the same of Badens/Battins suspect with the Baden/Vidin location on the Danube. The Hatchet fish are in the common colors of heraldic fish, the colors of the Saraca fish. There is a two-headed, black eagle in the Hatchet Crest, and the motto is a familiar one to this update, using "mea" as likely code for the Mea's/Meighs sharing the Macclesfield / Vase / Bath cross. Hatchets use all three colors of the Arms of Saraca.

The easy means to follow the dragon to the False Prophet lamb is to follow Rieti elements to the several Rod-like families. In a nutshell, that was the expectation of my dragon hunt in the first place, a decade or more ago: to find it amongst the Varangian Rus out of Redone / Ruthene France. But I never forced the Varangian topic as much as I swelled around it...because it was always the dark people-group of history, always seeking world conquest from before Templar times. To now link it's filthy breath to Titus, the destroyer of Jerusalem, brings new significance. The end-times is going to repay the Titus bloodline what God permitted it to do in 70.

The Reeds share red-on-white eagles with Passe's/Pascals, and the latter use a lamb centrally. Is that what the Revelation lamb-like dragon refers to? I see ancient Reeds directly related to ancient Passe's, both of the Flavius family at Vespasian's parents.

If Plows were Flavian liners, than such others as Bellows and Billets are expected Flavians too. Flowers (Pratt colors) use a lion in Crest like the Peter lion heads. Flowers share cinquefoils in the colors of the same of Potters, a Petro-like term. Were Botters from Flavius Petro? Perhaps a stretch. French Fleur's share the Fleming vair fur. Was the fleur-de-lys a Flavian line? I'm just poking around here. I've known that Dutch Fleurs (Stewart checks?) share the white hunting horn with Pollocks.

Philbys/Filbys use goats in the colors of goat-using Russells, expected from Roussillon, location of Roquefeuil. As Flavians are expected to trace to Roquefeuils, Philbys may be a line from something like Flav > Pleb > Philb. The Roman Plebians are coming to mind. Phelps (lots of fitchee crosslets) share the blue wolf with Pollock-suspect Placentia.

But how could Pollocks / Plocks / Pelaiz' have possibly named Placentia? Was it named by general Scipio? By what coincidence does he trace to Bellow-related Skiptons of Craven while Cravens share six red-on-white fitchees with Phelps'? The latter appear to be using the Phillip/Fillup lion (don't assume the surname was founded by a Phillip). Bellows are honored in the bellows of Skiptons said to derive in "scyp = sheep," but it's more compelling to view Skiptons as Skiptons and ignore the sheep theory. From this picture, the purple of Rieti may go to the purple lions of Skiptons. It's possible that "Flav" was a corruption from "Philipi" (Orbelus area). Between Philipi and the Strymon, the ODOManti may have named Domitian. The Edom-like Odomanti are right beside Seir-like Sirrhae.

In any case, Scipio, founder of Placentia, is tracing quite hard to Phelps', and in the meantime proving on another count that Skiptons were Scipio liners. Scipio predated Vespasia Polla by over two centuries. Was Scipio a Polla liner? As Scipio elements are expected to trace with Massena elements to the Galatians, and with Scipio being entertained as a proto-Pollock / proto-Bellow, what about the sharing of the pelican between Stewarts and Pulleys/Pullens? Bellows, I had forgotten until loading them just now, use a "Vita" motto term! Bellows share the white cinquefoil with Flowers, and in both colors of the Fleur horn. The Bellough variation is like "Plough," and Ploughs use the same fesse as Bellamys (likewise first found in Shropshire), the latter known Alan-Stewart kin. German Bellows were first found in Pomerania, and they use the black double-headed eagle of Maxwells! English Maxwells were first found in the same place as Skiptons. And look! The Ellys/Ealys, just looked up again as per the Skipton eel, use a version of the Craven Coat! Maxwells have been traced (years ago) to Rijeka/Reka/Rika, quite likely a Rick/Rixon liner (uses a version of the Craven Coat). Ricks and Riggs are suspect with Craven-beloved Actons, first found in the same places (Cheshire and Shropshire) as Bellows and Bellamys.

Reminder: the Raggs use the fleur-de-lys colors said to be granted by a king to the Ploughs. But the Raggs, I have just discovered, share the gold-on-blue bend, not only with two Peter surnames, but with the Lutz's/Leuttichs/Lutch's, first found in Pomerania! Bingo. That's got to be a surname from the Lutici of Pomerania, also called, Lutizi/Leutizi. They predated Pollocks proper by not long. The surname is also "Luz" while Spanish Luz'/Lucio's/Lucero's share the purple lion with Skipton-related Lacys. I've resisted suggesting a Lutici trace to the Letushites from Keturah until evidence should come in, but if Raggs / Rugians trace to Ragusa, that could be the first good piece beyond any decent trace of Redari to "Rieti/Reate." I think I made a good case for Redari-like surnames stemming to/from surnames previously traced to Rieti.

Rieti is in the theater of the Oscans, from Uscana of the Penestae peoples. I regret losing the lynx in an Arms that traced Alauna to Lyncestes (center-lower-left of map below), but the Penes/Penny Crest uses a lynx for tracing the Penestae to Lyncestes. The Dance surname suspect with the Carrick dancette is also "Danais," the name of a mythical character, brother of Lynceus, the latter likely code for the line to Lyncestes. The point of mentioning Uscana and the Oscans is that they had traced to Askeys/Caskeys that share three red-on-white escutcheons with Latch's/Letchie/McClathie's. The latter shares a wavy fesse in colors reversed from the Dols, first found in Mechlenburg. That's good reason for tracing Latch's both to Lutici and to the Leitch/Leche surname. But another point is that one of the first surnames that I traced to the Saraca fish was that of KEONs, suspect in the eschutCHEON. The Latch's have a fesse with lozenges in the colors of the Hazel fesse with crescents.

The LINKletters share ducks with French Alans (no longer showing) as well as more checks having signs of Stewart relations. There is a Duck variation of the Logans said to be of "lacha = duck," meaning that some heraldic ducks can trace to Logans and swan-using Logens/Lokens/Lochs and Locks/Licks, and therefore ducks can trace to the Lyncestes area along with Linkletters and letter-using Langs. Logans/Ducks use nails for the Nail/Neal bloodline that includes "Nagle," which surname uses the Latch/Letchie fesse and lozenges in all three colors. That's a good way to trace Latch's and Litch's/Leche's to Lychnidus / Lychnitus. Does this mean that the Lutici derive from that lake? Licks share greyhounds with lynx-using Penes'.

LOHENgrin was the mythical swan knight of Arthurian lore, obviously of the Lohan variation of Logans. Lohengrin was made a son of Percival, the grail king, and Percivals trace (in my opinion) to Perche, home of Bellamys, and beside Alencon.

The Plow fleur are in use by the Dole's, but I haven't yet checked whether they are also "Dollen" so as to link to the Tollensian tribe of Lutici. The Irish Dole's/Doyle's share the red stag of Reeds, meaning we're off to a good start. They also use billets as their border feature, thus linking to Billets and Bellows. Clicking to English Dole's as I write, yep, they show "Dollen." There you have it. Dole's/Dollens are in the colors of the Cambridge swans, and first found in Cambridgeshire. If you have forgotten, the idea was that Leche's/Litch's were Lutici elements from the swan lake, Lychnis, home of Gogarene and the Soducena entity on the map (click Lychnis link).

German Dole's/Dohls (Bavaria) share a green Shield with Bauers (Bavaria), and the red checks of Stewart-related Boyds. These Dohls share three feathers in Crest with POHLs/Pohlmans. The format of the Dole checks, on a quartered Coat, is like that of Tolls/Tollens (Pomerania). Just before the Alans of Dol appear, "In 955, the Tollensians and Circipanians are first mentioned in the annals of St. Gallen..." The first-known Alan of Dol was Flaad, father of Alan. I'm guessing that Flaad was a Vlad / Wlad. He was born around 1000. If Tollensians were of Toulouse, and Voirs/Voyers of Brittany of king Boiorix, then the Lutici are suspect with the Caepio gold, important where the Bauer>Rothschild line derives from Alans and Pollocks.

How did Dols get from Tollensians in Pomerania to Brittany? Perhaps it was the other way around. Another Alan family of Brittany (Alan the RED) came to rule RICHmond (England). The Tollense river (home of Tollensians) is a tributary of the Peene river, suspect with Payen / Paine liners. The Dole's/Dollens happen to share pierced Zionists stars with Payens/Peans/Paions, and the latter trace to the Paeoni/Paioni, beside or even at Lyncestes. Lancaster could trace to this place.

On the page below, lynx's are used by Luchsingens and Lycksels. The German Lux/Luch write-up says that Germans call a lynx a luchs, but the Coat shows the Mieszke / Pohlman bull.

Ancestry of International Bankers

Although I was careful not to be rash in tracing Lurchs/Larchers and Archers (share a motto) to Lurco (father-in-law of Appius Pulcher), accumulated evidence turned up for a sensible trace. The point here is that both surnames ("quae" motto term) have a Crest sharing the red mural crown with the Crest of Modelys/Medlicots ("QUIEtem" motto term. As anything with signs of tracing to Qewe is suspect with QUADratus Bassus, we first note that the mural crown has FOUR upper sections. We then note that while the Bassus' descended from Amyntes, conqueror of Derbe, Lurch's/Larchers were first found in Derbyshire (beside the Shropshire of Modleys) and Nottingham, the latter being where Bug-river Bugs and Moldova-suspect Annas' were first found. The Modleys/Medleycots then use a "Dat" motto term traceable to lake Tatta, near Derbe (both in Lycaonia), and near also to Mokissos, an origin, I am sure, of Mopsus/Muksus, traceable to the Mopps/MODburley surname (one can find online that Mopsus was in Pamphylia, beside Lycaonia). As Burleys have Bauer-like variations while sharing a green Shield with Bauers / Bowers, it doesn't escape us that Bowers/Beauers and Luchs'/Larchers and Larches all use arrows. It brings the too-rich-too-fast Rothschilds into this picture.

As Amyntes' father, Brogitarus, was supported by Publius Pulcher (said by some ancients to be a grandson of Quintus Caepio the elder, the one whose treasure is suspect with gold-gate Alexander, himself suspect from the same Amyntes > Bassus line), note the resemblance of "Publius" (common Roman surname) with "Peebles," where Bowers/Beauers (Med-like "metam" motto term) were first found. The full Bower motto, "Ad metam," leaves few surnames to choose from for the Ad term, making Aide's a prime suspect. As Pollocks were the proto-Rothschilds, one expects Pollocks to be Bower lines in some way. The Jewish Pollock bend has already traced to the Aide bend. The Pollock saltire traced to the cross in the Arms of Pula/Pola (Istria), which is also called, Pietas-Julia, where Pettys can trace who had a branch first found in Peebles.

The Bowyer variation of Bowers can reveal that Boyers are their kin, suggesting that Bowers and Bauers were Boii. For example, English Boyers use a "passe" motto term traceable to the Passe's/Pascals (Levi lions) suspect with the Pascel variation of Pasi's/Pace's, first found in Bononia, home of the Boii just before Maccabee formation. The Boyers look linkable to English Plume's, and while Plume liners were heavy in Brittany (suspect from the ancient Prut), the Voyers/Voirs were first found in Brittany. Both the English Plume's (same place as Blois' that I trace to the Arc river) and Boyers use vair fur in their bends, and both use bendlets too, the symbol of Orrels, important here because related Orrs (same place as Plume-suspect Pollocks) use Bononia-suspect motto terms. The Modely-suspect Lurchs/Larchers and Archers (Moden / Bone/Bohum colors) happen to use "bona." If I recall correctly, Lady Rothes, a daughter of Peter Pollock, was Muriel/Mariel, suspect with the mural crowns of Larchers and Modelys. Larchers call it a "mural coronet."

There is a French Larcher surname ("a bunch of GRAPEs in BASE"), in Hagar colors, said to be from Arquier's of Provence, not far from the Arc river. Bunch's (Buncle's) were first found in the same place as HAGARs, and as I trace Benjamites of Rimmon to the lower AGARus, at Rimna, Bunch's might just have been Moldavian Benjamites. "Punch" remind us of Pungesti (near the Prut) that's suspect in the Bunch-like Pung variation of Pagnells, and then the "pungit" motto term is used by Rome's/Rooms that share a red-on-white fesse with Bunch's (kin of the Diamonds). Bunch's share lozenges and the stork with Perthshire- and Perta-suspect Perts/Petts. As the latter use an Artem-like "Ardens" motto, while Artemidoros' father (Amyntes) captured Derbe, it's notable that Perta (lake Tatta) is near Derbe. The Pert mascles (Peter symbol) are called lozenges, and they are on a bend in the colors of the Bunch fesse.

Perts were first found in the same place (Kent) as Mynetts. As Brogitarus / Amyntes is suspect with some relationship with Appius Pulcher, let's repeat that they were Galatians suspect from Galati, at the part of Moldova where the Siret meets the Prut, and next to the Cotesii suspect in "MedleyCOT." As Modelys/Medlicots are suspect from Modi'in, home of HASMONeans, we need to be reminded that the Amyntes>Bassus line lived at AKMONia. However, the particular Galatians (from European Gauls) that Amyntes belonged to are known to be from the Gauls of Toulouse, amazingly enough, where Quintus Caepio stole a vast treasure. Medleys/Medlicots share a white-on-red lion with Toulouse-suspect Tools while the latter share a brown boar with Pollocks.

We haven't forgotten so soon that Medleys share the tiger with Hobs/Habs for a trace to Opgalli and Tigranes. This was the Maccabee family that married the Amyntes > Bassus line, that, in the first generation after the marriage, married Livilla-like Laevillus. On the Maccabee side was Julius Alexander, and then the gold-gate Alexander, with supposedly unknown parents, was a "friend" of Claudia Livia Julia (c. 13 BC - 31 AD), daughter of Nero Claudius Drusus. The Drusus surname is suspect with True's (Herod liners) that have a Trow variation and a "trog" term in their write-up that can trace to "Trocmii," the Galatian tribe that the Amyntes line belonged to. German True's are listed with surnames looking like "Sakarya," the river that Amyntes lived on (At Pessinus).

I had to check my files for the correct spelling of "Pessinus," and entered "Pessinos," to find this: "...there was a mountain named Kabeiri at Pessinos ("little Pess"?), which by chance was the Buzi/Busae/Poseidon term evolving into the "Bessi" Thracians." While the Bessi were priests, the Kabeiri/Cabeiri had been the ancient Galli priesthood, long before the Galatians came to that area, as though Galatians had been the Galli in the first place. My same chapter (2006) had this:

"The god Dagon first appears in...Mari texts...An interesting early reference to Dagon occurs in a letter...written by Itur-Asduu an official in the court of Mari and governor of Nahur (the Biblical city of Nahor)..."

...Mari was between Ur and Haran, and Nahur must have been likewise. Many writers place Nahur on the Habur river, also called "Khabur" and once again smacking of the Kabeiri cult of Greek myth...

These things were written several years before I knew of Brogitarus, let alone that he was at Pessinos. I had forgotten the Pessinos term, anyway, from that 2006 chapter. Between 2006 and lately, I came to entertain the Galli with pagan Levites, but it would be miraculous to be able to prove it. It had become suspect that Pessinus named Piscinas in Sardinia because the Alexander-Maccabee family (from a Seleucid line) became suspect with Sulcis, right beside Piscinas. Per chance, Pessinus traces to the Pasi's/Pascels and Passe's/Pascals (Levi lions).

I had indication (not pursued much) that Brogitarus was of CLARUS elements (Lydia), a location near Hephaestus-suspect Ephesus (Hephaestus was the ruler of the Kabeiri), and then I trace SARDinia to Sardis, the Lydian capital. The Claro's were from Rollo the viking, and then Rollo's, first found in Perthshire too, use a "passe" motto term. As Passe's trace to Bologna/Bononia, it's striking that the German BOYERs use the upright bull of Claro's/Charo's. The "tout" motto term of Rollo's goes to the same of Oliphants while the latter use a "voir" motto term for the Voirs/VOYERS. The latter use a Mark theme as code for Marks, whom I view as the Laevi-related Marici (Ticino river) that together co-founded Ticinum. The TECtosages, whom Artemidoros married, may even be of the Tecks/Tess' to the naming of the Ticino. Were the Dexaroi a branch of Tectosages? Note that the dagger-using Comyns were of the Conteville's that married the mother of the Conqueror (Rollo's descendant). Besides, I trace Conte's to Font-de-Ville's (share purple with English Pace's and Mandys/Mondays) in forming the Conteville's while Fonts became suspect with Piscinas. The Conteville's married Richard Goz, and then the same chapter goes on to quote 2 Kings 17:6: "...and made [the Samaritans] live in Halah, and in Habur by the river Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes." Was Richard Goz a Gozan liner? How would one serve evidence to prove such a thing?

The Sinclairs are also "Saint," not necessarily a version of "Sinclair," but of the Santones GAULS (France) living beside the Lemovices GAULS = the Lemnites and Sintians of Lemnos, the sacred island of Hephaestus. In this way, Kabeiri can trace to Sinclairs. French Clare's were even first found in Limousin, city of Lemovices, while English Clare's share the Dutch-Burg/Berg chevrons (no longer showing), from the Burgo>Conteville's. Add to this picture that the Rollo surname uses a "passe" motto term, and Claro's can indeed trace to Pessinus if Brogitarus was of Clarus elements. It's known by me now that John de Burgo (of Conteville / Comyn) is of the Irish Burghs that share the same red cross as Passe's/Pascals (red eagles).

There's more, for as Pessinus is on the Sakarya, which is tracing to Seagars, let's repeat that Seconds/SEGURs were likewise first found in Limousin. As the Sakarya was also the Sangarius, it's helpful that Sangars/Singers share "vincit" with Eatons, Shaws and Bernice's (share black horn with Arms of Traby). I trace Vince's/Vinch's to Vinkovci, while the Valentinian family of that place was long-ago traced to Seagar liners. The Eaton motto in full is almost that of Coots, a branch of Celts/Colts first found in the same place as Justine's (and Shaws), who do trace both to Valentinian's wife and to Vilnius, home of the Astika's suspect with the Sticks that happen to share gold-on-black garbs with Sangers/Singers (share the horse of Phrygian-suspect Freys/Frees'/Phreeze's). We can thereby know with certainty that Astikas trace to Astacus the lower-right of the map below, to the near-east of the Sakarya river (out of the map). Note Cyzicus in the same area, for Tryphaena of that place traces well to Astikas-related Trabys:

As Ephesus was founded by Amazons = Mysians, by what coincidence did the Conteville-Goz marriage lead to the naming of Meschins (they descended from Rollo's uncle, Malahule)? Or, by what coincidence do Meschins use scallops as code for Scylla at Messina while Hephaestus evolved into the Roman Vulcan at mount Etna, the same general area of Sicily? I trace Eatons (Cheshire, same as Meschins) with little doubt to "Etna" because Eatons once showed the cross design of Samsons who in-turn use the Meschin scallops, and then Eatons (Patty colors, patee cross, traces to Patti in Messina) share a cross half in the colors of the Sinclair cross.

The Boyer bull is blue while the Claro/Charo bull is red, and then the Bosins/Busi's (Milan) use the very same design quartered in both colors! I didn't realize until now that "Bosin" is like Pessinus," all-the-more important where Boyers were Boii in relation to the Pasi bloodline. Milan is about 15 miles from Pavia! Suddenly, a new theory on the origin of the Ticino is in the Tectosages is getting some teeth, and that can trace Laevi to the Amyntes line. English Marks share fleur-de-lys in the colors of the same of Bunch's.

The Bosinids (Martel allies in Italy) were out of the Provence theater, where Larchers (Bosin colors) were first found. The Bosin bull holds a "banner." Rollo's use boar heads in colors reversed from the same of Spears, and the latter trace to the Pasi spears with little doubt. The Spears / Spree's share the crescents of Oliphants and Touts, apparently. I've just realized that the Irish Carys use a version of the Spear Crest (arm-in-armor holding a spear) while the Cary Coat shows the same lion (almost) as the Voirs/Voyers! As Carys are suspect at Massa-Carrara, note that the Spear / Oliphant crescents can be in use by the Massey/Massa surname (Voir colors) while the Cary / Voir lion is also the Maschi lion, important because Bunch's had just been traced to Rimna while Maschi's were first found in Rimini. This paragraph has the ability to trace Masseys liners = Maccabaeus to the Boii of Bologna.

Spears and Sprees (same crescents) trace to the Spree river of Lusatia, the Silesia theater that I trace with Mieszko to Sulcis. The Spears even share the Mieske arm in armor while Mieske's were first found in Prussia, beside Lusatia. Massa-Carrara is suspect from a Maso sea peoples in Caria, and then Clarus was on the border between Caria and Lydia, the latter suspect in the Sherdana sea peoples that are usually traced to Sardinians. These were suspect with the Shorts (see also Jordans) that linked hard in this update to the Berenice > Rait line. The Claro's were sea-faring thieves, were they not? But why do they trace to Claro's/Charo's in Ferrara? Perhaps we should ask the Voir / Cary / Maschi lion, a PASSANt lion in the colors of the Ferrari lion. Are passant symbols code for Pessinus liners? Spears (same one as the Cary spear) are shared by Trocmii-like Tricks/Triggs/Tracks (Gone/Gowan colors).

To help confirm that Bologna elements traced to Laevi between that place and the Trocmii Galatians, the "ADvance" motto term of Spears can be suspect with Aide's. The Masseys/Massa's are the ones with a "tree without leaves," that trace to Tree's/Trew's/Trows now suspect with both the Drusus family and with the Trocmii. The Drusus family that brought us to the True surname was that of Livilla, making her highly suspect in the Massey leaves. Reminder: that Coat once used the Trip boots while Trips trace hard to Tryphaena and also to Gone's/Gowans. The latter are suspect in the "GONfanon" symbol, said to be a banner, making Gone's suspect with the Boyer banner, making sense because the gonfanon is owned by Montforts who share the two tailed lion of Boii-liner Bohemia.

"Fanon" was traced to Fano, south of Rimini, and to the Fane's/Vains/Veynes' (Mackay sept) that share the gauntlet gloves with mace-using Maceys. Voirs were first found in GRIPel (you're not a ninny anymore, you know what that means now), at the Fano-like Vannes areas of Brittany. Ninnies are not up to speed, but as you see a GRAPE vine in the Coat of the Brittany Levine's/LeVEINE's, a version of the Jewish Levi's (two lions in place, same as Voirs), you are not a ninny anymore. There are different kinds of vines, but not all rhyme with "Agrippa." English Levine's/Livings (share the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Ghents, a branch of Gone's/Kohns) use martlets in the colors of the Veine/Vayn garbs. Thus, Levi liners are linking to dagger-using Mackays, a branch of Quade's that share the wolf head with Gaunts (share the red bend with Gone's/Kohns), the same wolf head (gold versus brown) as in the Teague/Teeger Crest. From Ghent/Gaunt in Belgium, go to Levine-like and Massin-merged Louvain for an explanation as to why Macey liners use the gauntlet glove.

Montforts (Normandy) likely trace to a Monforte location in Cuneo, beside Langhe, that being the place to which I traced Forum Allieni, the entity that had linked (earlier in this update) with Claro's/Charo's. The line was then traced to Brunswick and to Vis-de-loop (Fidelow) in Normandy, but that trace was made wholly aside from the "Vis" motto term of Voirs, and the latter just happen to use the two Brunswick lion in pale (vertical format). Voir even share "vincit" with Shaws and Bernice's. Voirs/Voyers became suspect with Boiorix, the king that won a battle against Quintus Caepio the year after he got the treasure at Toulouse. The battle was at Orange, the entity that named Orange-Nassau, and then the Nassau's use a lion in the colors of the Voir lions, and moreover the Nassau's stick gold billets = gold bars in the background. That's how we know that the Caepio treasure was at / near Orange, but the heraldry masters thought we'd never guess their game.

To help trace Trews to the Trocmii, Drews/Dreux's use the Tool lion in colors reversed, important if the Trocmii trace to Tools out of Toulouse. Again, while the Trews share the Lannoy symbol on a coin of Herod Archelaus, the other Lannoys share a green lion with Tricks/Tracks, and then Herod Archelaus was banished to Vienne, near Lyon, and therefore not far from Orange. Herod Antipas, Archelaus' brother, was banished to Comminges, smack beside Toulouse. You are not a ninny; you understand what was going on. They were following and hunting the gold that would come to make some of them the world rulers and International bankers (starting with Templars) to the end of days. They even got to the throne of England, and remain there to this day as part Stewarts and part Orange liners. The current queen of England is even a Teck liner. The Arms of England even use lions in pale (in the colors of the Brunswick / Base lions).

With the Berenice-Agrippa line going to the Sinclair-suspect Raits / Raets, might Archelaus' have named Arkona? Jewish Arkins are listed with Aarons, and use McLeod colors as well as the cloud. That can trace Arkins/Aarons to the Svetovit cult at Arkona. Irish and Scottish Arkins (dancettes) are said to derive in "descendant of Red" (probably code) and share the gold star in Crest with Ratterys/RattRAYs (same place as Rollo's, honor the Rait- and Sinclair-suspect Supers/Sopers), and so let's not forget that French Rays are also "Rait." The gold star is also that of the Lure sept of McLeods honored in the hawk's lure of HEROD/Heraults, suspect in the flaming HEART of Ratterys. The bunch of grapes was code of the Arkin-like Archers, and "Bunch" is suspect with BUNCle's, honored by Rays/Raits while Bunch's were first found in the same place (Perthshire) as RattRAYs and Redder-suspect Hagars. Bunch's use fleur-de-lys, a symbol at the ends of the Ray escarbuncle.

It looks like Svetovit is tracing from the Witkowo Poles to Rollo's Dane's. If the Sinclair rooster is part-code for Rostock, that place looks out to the Rugians. Rollo's Norman capital, Rouen, might be a Rugen / Rujani term.

Mary of Teck (died 1953) was the wife of king George V, an Orange liner. "Although technically a princess of Teck, in the Kingdom of Wurttemberg, she was born and raised in England. Her parents were Francis [a HOHENstein on his mother's side], Duke of Teck, who was of German extraction, and Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, a member of the British Royal Family." We could expect Caepio treasure in Cambridge, where Chapmans and Capone's were first found. The Chapmans crescent, because it's on a PERCHevron, is traceable to Bellamys of Perche, who merged with Ferte-Mace, and therefore the Chapman crescent is suspect from the Massey/Massa chevrons.

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