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March 17 - 23, 2015

The Catholicized Pierleoni Jews of Roman Dragonland
Purple Baccano and the Caprus Assyrians on the Tiber
Attila-Hun roots in the Roman Atilia Gens
The Cecil Monster and Caiaphas

For a reader hopping into an update for the first time, there is not much I can say in an introductory paragraph to explain everything needed before proceeding. The only readers able to follow are those taking the time needed to get a solid idea of the entire scope. It is probably impossible to follow unless the heraldic Coats are loaded and viewed. It would be helpful to have a photographic memory, or to at least spend some time to get to know Coats, and to understand what I'm saying about them. I did the work over years to be able to present to you the relevant Coats, and you need only decide whether I am correctly interpreting the evidence and the codes. It is far best that you load Coats on a separate browser(s) rather than clicking back and forth from the update page. It might take longer for one to read an update than the week it takes me to write it, but that's what it'll take for a solid understanding of what I'm doing. I know that few have the time to follow this in that way. My hope is...actually, I should have no such hopes as I should just allow God to do what He wants with this. One of my goals at this time is to discover the parent(s) of Josephs Caiaphas, and in the meantime to prove that heraldic masters and leading Templar families knew that all of heraldry had, at its foundations, Caiaphas and his circle of Christ killers. These updates are jot-down format (sub-titles don't usually reflect the roaming topics well) making it hard / impossible to have a pre-plotted storyline. I'm no longer doing final proof-reads, please excuse the imperfections / mistakes.

The whole world (so to speak) is coming out swinging against Netanyahu immediately after his election win, as though the entire West was silent beforehand in plotting / hoping to defeat him. The Western trolls pretend to be building a global democracy and yet interfere in everyone's business, accepting nothing short of controlling everything one way or another. If democracy doesn't do it, hijack it.

When Obama lost against Netanyahu, his supporters might have pooed on him, like those who poop on someone who can't win anything anymore. But Obama came out feisty to hide his embarrassment, and of course he'll continue to act like he's a real winner. When he loses, he's the type to beat up his helpers before they get the idea that it was his own fault. There is a good chance that he's in a political position now to do something drastic against Netanyahu. He has not much to lose now for showing his anti-Israeli stripes more than he's been willing in the past. The time seems to be coming faster now for the West to force Israel's hand in giving up Old Jerusalem. If it's not done under lawless Obama, I have a hard time seeing it under a Republican presidency.

No sooner did Israel defeat the O-trolls that we hear an accusation against Assad for using chemical weapons again. However, this may indicate that the Western globalists have decided that Putin has been conditioned sufficiently for the West to take another stab at going against Assad militarily. If Putin defends Assad, the West is ready with another train of tarnishing accusations against him. Putin "disappeared" just before this chemical attack, and just before the Israeli elections. Was the plot to assassinate him at this time, then go forward with the faked chemical attack, and in the meantime put the fast-track on the Palestinian state? Russian news media daily tarnishes the United States, and no doubt it will make light of Obama's plot to overthrow Netanyahu.

" was learned this week, the [Obama] administration plans to let Iran keep 6,000 of 10,000 centrifuges that can enrich uranium. And those 6,000 centrifuges are more than enough to provide Iran with the fuel to build a formidable arsenal of nuclear warheads, according to Israel and Bolton." How could Obama get enough support in his government to make this aspect a part of the deal?

Introducing the Pierleone

A reader sent in on the Anicii gens because Habsburgs had once claimed to descend from them. This was new to me. The first article I got to:

In the 15th century, the Habsburgs attempted to trace their origins to the Pierleoni and the counts of Aventine, who counted among their members Pope Gregory the Great and Saint Benedict, the founder of the Benedictine order. (Berenger 8-9).

"One Heinrich von Gundelfingen in 1476, wrote that the Habsburgs came from the Pierleone, Counts of Aventino, descendants of the Anicii of the late Roman empire, and related to pope Gregory I. In fact, there were no such counts of Aventino, and the Pierleone family of twelfth century Rome descended from a converted Jewish banker, related to popes Gregory VI and Gregory VII, and to which the antipope Anacletus II belonged.

...Other ancient sources, including Boethius' own De consolatione philosophiae, give more details. Boethius belonged to the ancient Roman family of the Anicii, which had been Christian for about a century and of which Emperor Olybrius had been a member. Boethius' father had been consul in 487 but died soon afterward, and Boethius was raised by Quintus Aurelius Memmius Symmachus, whose daughter Rusticiana he married. He became consul in 510 under the Ostrogothic king Theodoric. Although little of Boethius' education is known, he was evidently well trained in Greek. His early works on arithmetic and music are extant, both based on Greek handbooks by Nicomachus of Gerasa, a 1st-century-AD Palestinian mathematician. There is little that survives of Boethius' geometry, and there is nothing of his astronomy.

Rusticiana is incredibly interesting here, for Rusticus of Lyon, son-in-law of an Anicii liner (Ruricius), and born around 450, became a topic starting in the 2nd update of February. Rusticiana may have been closely related to Rusticus, perhaps even a sister or cousin. Boethius, son of Olybrius (topic in the last update), is of concern where the Sadducees proper had a house of Boethus. It's important for at least two reasons, one being where I trace HABSburgs to the Happs/ABBS using the same fesse that Habsburgs of Austria had as their own symbol. This heraldic lead can be used for making a link to Boethius if the Boetes/Bute/Butt surname applies to his line, for it uses a fesse in colors reversed to the Happs/Abbs fesse. Moreover, the Boetes/Bute Coat uses a fish that can indicate the Habsburg merger with Lorraine, where one should expect the fish in the Arms of Bar-le-Duc.

The above now has the potential to link the Sadducee-suspect Olybrius > Boethius line to the Capes-related and Caiaphas-suspect Happs/ABBS'. Coincidence? I'll bet not. Plus, Anicii-like Annas was Caiaphas' father-in-law...meaning that we have a story to investigate.

The first thing done after reading the Habsburg quote above was to load the Gregor surname looking for clues to a link back to pope Gregory I (I didn't know he was an Anicii liner). Scottish Gregors happen to share a sword in saltire with the Capes'. The latter use a sword in saltire with an oak branch while the Gregors use a sword in saltire with an oak tree. That becomes interesting. Gregors were first found at the Bute theater, where I expect the Boetes/Bute surname. Italian Gregors use ROSES in Capes / Happs/Abbs colors while ROSicrucianism has lately become suspect from the RURIcius > Rusticus line to RORY of Bute.

One Boil surname uses an oak tree and a sword in Crest, along with a heart, that must surely be of the Hardy > Gregor line. The Boils were pulled up as per the "boilers" (look like 'T's) used by the German Benedict surname. Dutch Benedicts use a gold-on-red lion holding what looks like a book, and then the Books show variations like the Boghill variation of Boils/Boyle's. The book-using Roets use the oak tree too. I think we have nailed the Gregors with the Pierleoni. The Somerset location of Roets will come up again in the Pierleoni discussion, especially for the Pierce's listed as "Pier."

The fact that Gregory use a version of the Alpin/APPin Coat traces Gregors back to Guerin/Garin of Provence, and consequently to Guaire Aidhne the Hospitable. The latter has become suspect, in the last few weeks, with the Aide's honored in the Levi motto. Gregory were early called, GrioGHAIR, perhaps in honor of their Guerin/Garin line. Italian Gregors share bendy (different colors) with Guerra's, and the German Garins (lion) are properly, Goring, like the Gorin variation of Italian Gregors. It can indicate that "GreGOR" was a compound term originally. The Italian and Spanish Guerra's share a green dragon with Creetons/Crichtons, and the latter share the Rory-of-Bute lion with Rorys.

There is another sword in saltire in the Scottish Kirk Coat, likely relevant because the two "mum" terms buried in the Kirk motto can trace to Mummolin, grandson of Rusticus and brother of BODEgisel. The Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Scottish Kirks, along with the colors of their sword, are a good reflection of the Annas Coat. Moreover, Alpins/Appins were first found in the same place (Argyllshire) as MacArthurs whom are being traced to Artemia, Rusticus' wife. German Kirks were first found in Austria, and may apply to Scottish Kirks because the German branch shares the white-on-blue tower of Scone's while the latter share the green wyvern dragon with both Guerra Coats! Scone's were even first found in the same place (Stirling) as Scottish Chappes'. I am increasingly confident that the Sadducees were in this Anicii bloodline to the first Scottish royals.

If you want bland history articles, go to Wikipedia. But for something with a little more zing, try this:

Jewish Blood Runs in Hapsburg Family, Nazi Sleuth Finds

July 9, 1933

When the Catholics of Germany showed signs of insubordination a German newspaper (Norddeutsches Voelkische Beobachter) tried to discredit them by proving that the Pope was a 'vulgar Jew and the illegitimate son of a Dutch Jewess called Littmann." Now, when Austria refuses to be "brought into line" with the Nazis, a Viennese National Socialist paper, Der Stuermer, scientifically proves that the Hapsburgs, under whom Austria enjoyed six and one-half centuries of power, are Jews and descended from the banker Loewenstein.

..."The founder of the Haps-bury dynasty was Rudolph von Hapsburg (1273-1291), who is described by his contemporaries as a pale man, with a prominent aquiline nose (!) and sparse hair. Both he and his son Albert seemed foreign, in fact, repulsive, to the Germans, which indicates that they belonged to another race. Rudolph was famed for his avarice (!) and his ambition (!), both particularly Jewish traits, and for his sympathy towards the children of Judea."

And why did he have an aquiline nose, ambition and avarice? Der Steurmer has a complete explanation.

"In about 1100, there lived at Rome a rich Jewish banker called Petrus Leonis, alias Peter Loewenstein. His grandson was converted to Christianity. His son, Leon, received the title of Roman consul from the Pope. The children of Leon were created counts and princes because the Pope owed them money. One of the sons of Leon was crowned Pope in 1130...

"Two Loewensteins established themselves in Austria under the name of Counts of Aventino. They bought the county of Hapsburg to be able to better hide their Jewish origin. One of them, Rudolph, was elected Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire in 1273, thus giving the Hebrew coalition a chance to perpetrate its age-old dream of destroying Germany."

The Stuermer forgets to add that these descendants of the Jew Loewenstein dominated Germany for more than five hundred years.

The article leaves it for us to decide what's between the lines, and all that's insinuated. Unfortunately, the German Loewenstein/Lovenstein and Jewish Lowenstein Coats at houseofnames show only the lion, though the latter branch has a lion holding a sword in the colors of the Kirk sword. Roets were also Beaufords (suspect in the past with the Gray / Joplin lion), and the latter use a lion in the colors of the Loewernstein lion. I now have the Pierleoni pegged with a host of familiar-to-me surnames. It's leading back to the Boofima > BaphoMET cult.

The Jewish Lowenstein Coat is used exactly by German Lowens/Lows/Lebe's (Bohemia), and it's an upright lion in colors reversed from the same of the Habsburg surname. The latter share the red lion with Loewensteins.

Then, the fesse of Happs/Abbs/EPPS is colors reversed to the Lieb fesse. As for German and Jewish EPPsteins, they share three red-on-white chevrons with blue-dove Cassans (same place as Josephs) suspect in the "Cas ni" motto phrase of Josephs. The "Prosequor" motto term of Cassans looks fashioned for linkage to the "Persequeris" motto term of Eustace's, and it just so happens that the latter use the same stag as the Avons/Evens/AVENTs, now suspect with "counts of AVENTino."

There are three surnames using the Eustace stag in this update, none of which have descriptions identifying the object at the stag's throat. The Eustace motto can be reckoned also as code for the Perse surname listed with PIERs/Pierce's, suspect with "PIERleoni." We have a story. Recalling that Gregors use a version of the Alpin/APPin Coat, let's add that the Avon/Avent lion is in the colors of the Italian-Gregor lion. Over the years, I've tended to view lions in the colors of the Gregor lion, when they hold on object as the Gregor lion does, as a version of the Sforza lion holding a "quince," code for Quint-liner Quince's. It just so happens that Sforza's were first found at Rome, i.e. location of the Pierleoni.

As I link the Burse's/Burseblade's to Piers/Purse's/Pierce's, it's interesting that Burse's are in the write-up of Blate's/Blade's using colors of the Gregor/Gorin/Gora bendy. As German Garins are also "Goring" and therefore linkable to Gregors, let's add in the Italian Garins using fesse bars in the colors of the fesse bars of Burse's. The Garins and Burse's are likely using the bars of Saxony, but more-importantly for the discussion at hand, the Burse bars (black and gold) must be a version of the Stur bars (red and gold) because Burse's are said to be from the Vire river of Manche while French Sturs are said to be from Manche too. Aside from the relevant point that Leavells, first found in the same place (Somerset) as Sturs, Burse's and Piers/Pierce's, are using a version of the Stur bars in the same colors, the point at hand is the Stour river flowing through Somerset, having a source (at the Somerset-Dorset border area) merely some 25 miles from Avon.

Suddenly, Leavells/Lovells/LOWels and the rest are suspect with the Lowensteins = Pierleoni's, and whatever sort of rulers the counts of Aventino were, they are tracing well to Avon at this time, where Pembroke's were first found. As Pembroke was ruled by Strongbow Clare, it doesn't escape me that Clare's use three red chevrons, the Eppstein / Cassan symbol.

The Avon/Avent lion is upright and gold, like the lion of German Garins/Gorings, and then while the latter's holds something so as to be linkable to the quince held by the gold Sforza lion (both colors of the Avon/Avent lion) back at Rome, Gore's were first found in the same place (Essex) as Quints. However, Quints are said to be first found in both Essex and Dorset while Dorset is on the side of Somerset through which the Stour flows. I already suspect that the Somerset branches of Pierleone will connect with Poole near the mouth of the Stour.

Pembroke's are said to have been in Bristol (beside Avon), and the Bristol/BriSTOWE surname (Surrey) is actually linkable to Gregors if they had been of the Craigs, for the Bristol Coat looks like a version of the Craig Coat. Later, the Carricks, said to be from Craigs, will trace to a Via Cassis on the east side of lake Baccano to the near-north of Trastevere, where the Pierleoni came to roost. I don't know anything about the Via Cassis, whether or not it goes through Trastevere, but would like to know whether Cassan liners named it.

The Bristol write-up has the falsification = code wherein it traces to "byrst + stow = place by the bridge." Rather, the truth must be that Bristols (Burse colors) were a Burse-Stour combination, for Sturs are shown also as STOWer." There's even a BURStow variation in the write-up. The "ViGILANT" motto term of Bristols has been reckoned as code for Gilan(t)s (fireball = Flemings) sharing the red-on-gold fleur of Gellone's, thus tracing this picture too to Guerin of Provence. Scottish Gilants (grail cup), first found in the same place (Midlothian) as Creetons/Crichtons (and a host of Flemish families), are likely using the checks of Irish Flemings and the Vaux's.

The Hampshire Cassans are said to be of Montagu's, which allows one to connect German Cassans (Thuringia) to the Hampshire Cassans. French Montague show bendy in the colors of the Guerra bendy, and as I trace Guido Guerra III to the Setta-valley crew such as Pinks and Reno's, that's why it's important that the latter two share red-on-white lozenges with Montague and German Cassans. This is extremely important because the Setta-valley crew were deemed to be from the Israeli chief priests while Cassans are linking well to Josephs. Moreover, the Setta-valley Pinks and Panico's were traced to Pincum at the mouth of the Pek, and then along upper Pek was Cuppae, "city of doves," while Cassans use a blue dove in Crest!!! We need all the help we can get to prove that Josephs are from Joseph Caiaphas, and this one excellent piece.

It is difficult to ascertain what Montagu's were named after when looking at the list of variations of the French branch (shares the bendy that is the Arms of Burgundy, apparently). However, the MonteCUTE variation of the English branch, along with their trace to COUTance (= Manche, same as French Sturs that were also in Hampshire) suggests linkage to the Cute's and or Coutance's. The Coutance's are listed with the French Constance's having a Chief somewhat reflective (in this case) with the same of Kaplans/Chaplins, likewise first found in Hampshire. The Shield-and-Chief color combination of Kaplans/Chaplins has been traced to Saluzzo's and Cutters, and then Cute's (version of Sale bend) are listed with Cutts. As per the next paragraph, let's repeat that Mavesyns were first found in the same place (Paris) as French Chappes', and where the son of the first Merovingian (Childeric) had his throne.

Starting in the 3rd update of February, but explained best in the 1st of March, it was shown why the Setta-valley crew traces to St. Chad and the potent theme of both he and the Chad surname (the potent cross had been traced years ago to suspects in the Setta valley). The MAVIS/Maurovi/Navarro surname was first found in Bologna, location of the Setta valley, while Chads of the Chadwick kind are said to have been in MAVESyn-Ridware (Lichfield). It was determined that the Maurovi variation of Mavis' traced to mythical Merops of Kos because the Kos/Kosinski bendy is in the colors of the Mavesyn bendy. It was therefore determined that Mavesyn was of Merovingian liners linked to Sadducee liners. This is repeated here because the Kos cult of Edom has historically been deemed an owl cult while Montagu's use an owl along with bendy. It begs the question of whether Montagu's are to be understood as Monte-Kos, especially as German and Italian Cassans have variations like some in the Kos/Kosinski. German Cassans were even first found in Thuringia, where the first Merovingian got his wife, Basina, who traces with little doubt to bee-using Bessins / Bistons. English Montagu's are said to be from Montaigu-les-BOIS in Coutance, beside the Bessin, and then some say the Baiocasses of the Bessin were named by the Boii...i.e. who had conquered Bologna! BaioCASSES might just relate to the Cassans/Cassius', therefore.

I'm not sure whether Kosinski's named Cassans or vice-versa, but a merger is at least predicted. Cassans are looking like they were from Khassi = Kizzuwatna if the MontaQUE variation is named after Qewe/Que. Just like that, we could be dealing with Quadratilla liners. As I trace Quadratilla's in-laws to Bernicians, it's mentionable that English Cassans (Kos colors) are traced to the French province of Bearne. These Cassans even use an "alis" motto term while Alis' use bears. The Alis fir links to the Alpin/Appin fir while Gregors are said to be directly of the Alpins.

I'd like to add that Pattersons, said to be from Patricks and therefore linkable to Kilpatricks, are given a Cassane variation while Kilpatricks use "cushions." The Cass-related Kiss/CUSH surname is suspected with this code. This is added due to Maves'/Moffats, first found in the same place (DUMfries, where Edomites might have settled) as Kilpatricks, and sharing a white-on-black saltire with one Kilpatrick Coat. I didn't know until writing to this point that a Cusson/Cusance surname (Burgundy, same as Montagu's/MontaiGOUS") uses the red-on-gold spread eagle of Constance's/Custesons. The latter use an APPEtitus motto term, recalling that Cassans use the Eppstein chevrons. The Patterson/Cassane write-up speaks on Kissane's (red stag) with a GUISSane variation that's now more linkable than ever (because Guerra's use the bendy colors of the Montagu bendy) to the Guis variation of Guido's.

It just so happens that while I thought I was getting too far off the Pierleoni topic in the last few paragraphs, the Guido lion happens to be split in the two colors of the Loewenstein lion. And the Lowens were first found in Boii-based Bohemia. Boiotia even had a honey goddess (Melia). whom the myth writers made related to the founder of Argos, home of Danaans who trace through the Kizzuwatna area (Adana) from Biblical Laish. I'll bet you my best tassels that the Levite line from priest Jonathan of Laish was in Boiotia. Just follow the honey-in-a-lion-carcass from mighty Samson's mouth to the good-for-nothing, queerbox Hercules Danaans.

The Burgundy location recalls that Merops of Kos was made the grandfather of Aedon of Boii-suspect Boiotia, and she traced to Autun in Burgundy.

Pardon me for going on along the same Cassan track before returning to the Pierleoni, but the following needs to be said as it's new and seemingly important. In the 4th update of February, 2014, the Cassans were found important for the first time in this way:

The English Cassan Crest has a blue dove.

AHA! The English Joseph motto includes "Cas ni"!!!

...Josephs were linked fundamentally to Chesneys!

Even the Clare's are a part of "Cas ni charo," and so the "bull's scalp" of the Cheney Crest can now link to the Charo/Claro bull. The triple red chevrons of English Cassans can now link to the same of Clare's...

Well, which is it, the Cassans, or the Chesneys / Cheneys, whom are honored by the Joseph motto? It recalls that Cassans and Josephs were first found in the same place as Bidens/Buttons that nearly use the bull scalp; they have a "chapeau" cap between bull horns, a great argument for identifying Josephs with Caiaphas. The Cheneys/Chesneys happen to use footless martlets in colors reversed to the same of French Josephs. Therefore, there's reason for linking "CHESNey" to a Cheney merger with Cassans, explaining the Chaine/Chenay/Quesney write-up's trace to "Cassanus." he FOOTless martlets are code for Foots and Fothes, the latter using the cornuCOPIA that's traceable with the Cassan dove to Cuppae.

It was long ago above where I was thinking that the Qewe location beside Khassi / Kizzuwatna formed s-terms...such as "QUES(ney)." I had been wondering whether Qewe and Khassi were one and the same stock. As I identify Kizzuwatna without doubt as the primary Hyksos settlement en route to the Hector Trojans, let's repeat that the Hyksos had, in my opinion, a Mus household leading to Maschi's > Masseys. That's why the old Masci wing (no longer showing) is in the Chaine/Chenay/Quesney Coat (no longer showing). The Chaine/Chenay sword looks linkable to the Mackay dagger, and then Mackays are a branch of Qewe-based Quade's.

Actually, I'm not off-topic at all because the Samson > Hercules honey-lion was in Cilicia as mythical Sandon, and this is the lion expected in the Leo's > Pierleoni. The Loewenstein / Guido lion may be in the Crest of Murphys. In any case, the Murphey lion stands over the Biden/Button chapeau, and Murpheys had been looked up as per similar variations of the Maves'/Moffats. The "hospitalis" motto term of Murpheys suggests Guaire Aidhne the Hospitable, which gets us to the Guerin > Guido-Guerra line, how about that! The other Irish Murpheys happen to use lions in both color schemes of the Guido lion!! It tends to clinch a trace of Murphys to the Maves' and Mavis'/Maurovi's of Bologna. Guerins/Garins use a red lion too, but let's not forget that Mavis'/Maurovi's have a Marici-like variation as well as a Navarro variation suggesting the Marici-Laevi partnership (Laevi lived at Novara at one time).

The quarters of the Murphey Coat, and the upright lions, are reflective of the same of Seconds/Segours who might just be honored in the "ProSEQUOR" motto of Cassans. Let's not forget the link between Pattersons/Cassane's (they use "Pro" too) and Kilpatrick-suspect Maves' of Dumfries, nor should we neglect the likely link of the ancient Ananes Gauls between the Laevi of northern Italy and Annandale of Dumfries.

As I identify Guerin of Provence with the elvin / fairy princess of Anjou, whose son was supposedly a fictional MILO de Vere, it's notable that the Shield-and-Chief color combination Murphys is that of the MILES surname (Hampshire again, same as Bidens/Buttons sharing the Murphey cap). But the same Shield-and-Chief combination is used by Gone's/Gowans whom I've traced to the GONfanon symbol of Montforts, suspect with Monforte and Montferrat, both in Cuneo. The importance here is that Guido Guerra III married Montferrat while Murphys, who just looked like Guido kin, have also just looked like Vere>Guerra liners to Montferrat.

But there's more. For the Gowans had become suspect as Cohens and Hohens, especially as Fers/Ferrats use the Cohen checks. To this I'd like to add that Guido Guerra's were supporters of the Guibelline-opposed Guelphs, yet the Guidelli variation of Guido's looks fashioned in honor of "Guibellines." The latter are said to be the branch of Hohenstaufens in their war against the Guelphs. I'm not sure what to make of it in terms of "Guido" origins. I don't think Guido's originated in "Guibellines," that's for sure. The write-up suggests that Guido's formed the Wide's/Woods, who happen to use a savage with a loin cloth, which is what the gonfanon (said to be a banner) looks like to me. In fact, I suggested that the gonfanon was related to the Masonic apron of sorts, symbol of sacrifice upon an altar of some sort. I reasoned that it was made a banner in honor of the Banner surname(s).

I have been wondering whether the origin of "Guido" was in a Chad line of Sadducees. "Guerra" looks formed from "Ferrara / Ferrat," and may therefore indicate a line of Pharisees. The Guido-Guerra family supported Guelphs largely in Florence, where Bruno's were first found whom I see as the namers of Este-related Bars of Brunswick. But I also venture to trace "Brunswick" to the Bryneich region of Bernicians, and then the Aide's, first found in Berwickshire, became suspect with Guaire Aidhne the Hospitable. The latter seems honored in the motto of Murphy's, and so here's the description of one Murphy Crest: "On a cap, a red lion rampant holding a gold garb, below an escroll." The Cape's share the scallops of Happs/Abbs so that we are brought back round to Habsburg liners suspect in the Pierleoni.

Dragon-line Vere's had their fairy princess in Avalon before her son ruled Anjou, and so let's add that the Murphys use an apple tree while Avalon is claimed by some to mean, "apple orchard." It's probable that MURphys are of the Mire's/Mireux's (Anjou) depicted by the mirror of the Melusine mermaid.

The Cassans happen to trace to this fairy princess too, by their Bearne location, for Bearne's/Burns are using the fleur-de-lys said to belong to Ploughs/Plows, the latter honored in the Very/Fairie Crest while Very liners are honored in the "Ever" motto term of Bearne's/Burns. And I glean that Verys and Averys are the namers of the Yvery location of Leavells/Lowels whom I am sure will be found out as a branch of Loewensteins. The Arms of Bearne happen to share red-on-gold bulls with Charo's/Claro's.

I didn't know until now that some Gastons of Foix were from Bearne (Aquitaine area); Gaston X of Bearne was Gaston III of Foix, and Gaston XI of Bearne was Gaston IV of Foix. It may suggest that Gastons were Cassans, and so let's mention that Gastons use the owl! That's the symbol of Cassan-related Montagu's.

As extra evidence that Cassans had either merged with, or were a branch of, Gastons, the French Gastons use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Ghents likely due to John of Gaunt being of Candale. The particular Ghents using the Gaston Shield were first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Cassans. As French Gastons use a cage, they might be a branch of Wassa's/Gace's.

Bernys, in Renfrewshire, is a location in the Bearne/Burn write-up, and it just so happens that a daughter (Catherine) of Gaston IV of Foix had married a de Pole, serving as evidence that de Pole's were of the Renfrew Pollocks. She married Gaston II of Foix and Candale (Kendall), son of Margaret de la Pole. Margaret's mother was Marie de Sicile, which may be of the Sicelt variation of Cecils. The Cecils become large later in this update when discovered to be a merger with Chives elements, and when tracing to Rome. Cecils will actually trace to the Probinus'. If de Pole's were a branch of Pollocks amongst the Gastons, then consider the "l'honneur" motto term of owl-using Montagu's, because it's suspect with emperor Honorius, who preceded Valentinian III, brother of JUSTA Grata Honoria. The Pollock sept of Peacocks (in Valentin / Pollock colors) happens to use "JUST" in their motto. By some coincidence or not, Valentinian I married JUSTine (i.e. she appears related to Justa's parents).

The suspicion has lately been that Pollocks developed from the Anicii circle of Valentinian's family relating to the Probinus', wherefore Pollocks can trace also to the Pierleoni / Loewensteins at Rome. The Cecils will later trace to Cock suspects, wherefore note "PeaCOCK" as well as the red-on-white lozenges of Cassans, Montagu's, Cocks and Cochs. Valentinian's mother was Galla PLACIDia, likely honored in the Rome/Room motto term, "Placid." If this entity trace's to Placentia (and I think it does), that's where the Anicii-suspect Ananes lived whom I trace to Annandale...where Rome's/Rome's (fesse colors reversed from the Peacock fesse) were first found. The Rome's/Rooms use a "pungit" motto term for Pungs/Paganels that share the bendy in the same colors with the owl-using Montagu's. It seems certain, therefore, that the Montagu motto traces to Honorius or Justa Honoria.

As Montagu's are said to be from Coutance, which was recently viewed as named after Constantine and Conte's, it may not be coincidental that Valentinian's father was Constantius III while Peacocks and Conte's were both first found in Durham. As Conte's share the Cone antlers, it's notable that Conans are like the Honan variation of stag-using HONORs...which seems like making the discovery right here and now that Conte's were from Constantius III and his daughter. Conans share the cross of Sinclairs who in-turn honor the Comites variation of Conte's in their "Commit" motto term (which is how I know that Conte's formed "Conteville").

The Honor/Honan stag is nearly that of Eustace's who use the Burgh cross (Staceys/Eustace's could be using the Annandale cross as used by Bruce's), relevant because Conteville was ruled by John de Burgo, yet he also ruled a Comyns location evident in the garbs of the Hampshire Josephs.

Conan's were first found near Tarves, and closer still to the Cowie's/Covie's.

The Jewish Quarter of Rome

The Loewenstein surname can be a Levite line for quite the obvious reasons. There is even a rabbi in the write-up of Spanish Leons, who have a lion in the colors of the Lowenstein lion. As Jewish Levi's/Levine's use the lion too, it starts to appear as though the heraldic lion should often trace to Levi liners. I had even traced Jonathan of Laish to the lion-with-blood-drops of both Jones' and Sams/Sammes'. In fact, Levite liners of the Laevi kind may own the lion in all of Britain. I am already sure that, in the Loewenstein lion, we are discussing the red lion of Lieb(er)-related Alan-Stewarts.

When we go to English Lowens/Lewins (Shropshire), we find: 1) stars in Annas-star colors; 2) a chevron in the colors of the Quint chevron, and; 3) elephant heads. Sandon-like Sanders use elephant heads too, and German Sanders share the red bull of Joseph-beloved Charo's/Claro's, first found in the same place (Ferrara) as Capelli's, owners of the Biden/Button chapeau.

Compare the Lowen/Lewin Coat to the Tease Coat, for where Tease's trace to the Ticino, it appears that Lowens/Lewins were from the Laevi upon that river. As the Germo-Swiss Tease's (leaves) come up as "Teck," see that Decks/Daggers share a horizontally-split Shield in the colors of the same of Loewensteins (Bavaria). It might just be that the latter's lion is the Bohemia lion because German Lowens/Lebe's were first found in Bohemia. It's not a problem to trace the Stewart lion to the Bohemia lion because it's used by Montforts, from Monforte, smack at the Alan-founded Langhe region.

The elephant heads of Lowens/Lewins go well to the same of Pettys, but then this makes Pettys suspect from Peter Leonis = Loewenstein. Scottish Pettys share the green parrot with the Peeble's surname that I trace to "Pavia," a Ticino-river city co-founded by the Laevi.

Ruricius, some said (see 3rd of February) was from a Pontii Leonti family out of Bordeaux, this being the evidence that Ruricius was an Anicii liner. Borders, whom I trace confidently to the namers of Bordeaux, use swords in saltire in the colors of the Lowen / Kirk swords. It just so happens that while Habsburgs, in their trace to the Anicii, were traced through PIERleoni, the Piers/Pierce's were first found in the same place as Borders. I wonder whether PEARLs/Pears apply to "Pierleoni." Peirs/Peers/Pere's (not "Pier") were first found in the same place (Warwickshire) as the other two Petty surnames. I can see Pulleys/Pullens involved here from Pietas-Julia (= Pula) in Istria.

The Kirk sword is crossed with a crosier, and the latter symbol had traced to mythical Creusa, wife of mythical Aeneas...suspect as the foundation of the Anicii. Aeneas, a mythical Trojan and founder of Romans, traces well to the Aventine hill of Rome (one of the seven), and this might answer to the phrase, "counts of Aventino." "Aventine" may trace to the Abantians, the peoples of Euboea, beside Boeotia, where it would be natural to trace "Boethius / Boethus"...and perhaps Bohemians too.

The Pierleoni were Jews:

The family of the Pierleoni, meaning "sons of Peter Leo", was a great Roman patrician clan of the Middle Ages, headquartered in a tower house in the Jewish quarter, Trastevere. The heads of the family often bore the title consul Romanorum, or "Consul of the Romans," in the early days.

The family's rise was quick, for they were very rich before they were very powerful. The family descended from the eleventh-century Jewish convert Leo de Benedicto...

Anytime I see Jewish bankers that trace to Quints and Levi liners, I see the Quintus-Caepio gold / solver at work in the families that received some of it. Leo was a long time after Rusticus and Olybrius. If you read the last update, you might know why Olybrius is himself suspect with a Levi line...of the Oliver kind, and so let's add that the double Oliver chevrons are in the colors of the same of Pierce-suspect Perche's. With Perche elements, we are dealing with the Alan-Bellamy partnership in Shropshire, where Lowens/Lewins were first found. And let's remind that Bellamys, who had a branch at the ARVE river (see the double GARVEY chevrons too) not far from Sitten/Sion, are using the crescents of Seatons/Sittens that trace to the namers of Sitten/Sion, where Godfrey de Bouillon traces with the Priory of Sion that, of course, is said to be a fabrication that never existed. With this in mind, let's read on this Jewish Leo fellow who supposedly became a Christian:

In January 1058 [about 40 years before Godfrey conquered Jerusalem], as a partisan of the newly elected Pope Nicholas II, Leo had the gates of the Leonine City thrown open for Godfrey, former duke of Lower Lorraine, and his wife, Beatrice, marchioness of Tuscany. Godfrey immediately possessed the Tiber Island and attacked the Lateran, forcing Benedict X to flee on January 24..

His son was Pier Leoni and through him he is the father of the great Pierleoni family which dominated Roman politics for much of the Middle Ages. So far as one can tell, he lived in peace with the Roman people and the pontiff, but his grandson, who was elevated to the papacy as Antipope Anacletus II [born Pietro Pierleoni], was lambasted for his Hebrew ancestry; as was another grandson, Jordan, who was elected patrician of the Commune of Rome and became also an enemy of the legitimate popes.

The Godfrey in that quote was father to Ida, mother of Godfrey de Bouillon. It's interesting that Irish Jordans share roughly the Jewish-Levi lion while French Jordans (Perche / Oliver colors), first found in Brittany, share a red fesse with Alans, and even in the two colors of the Lieb(er) fesse. English Jordans were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as English Pettys. There is a real possibility here that French Jordans, in the least, trace to Jordan (Giordano) Pierleoni, which, if correct, should explain the Stewart lion as the Loewenstein lion.

It wasn't long after Leo that pope Urban II drummed up military support for the first invasion of Jerusalem, promising eternal rewards to the fighters, and speaking as though the invasion was the command of Christ. But who was behind this pope? Urban supported Gregory VII, and the family of Beatrice of Bar whom de-Bouillon's grandfather had married. Urban's birth name was de Lagery (location in Champagne), and then the Dutch Lagers use an eagle in Ferte-eagle colors while Ferte's are always linkable to Bellamys (merged with Ferte-Mace) and Alans of Dol. In fact, Swedish Lagers (Sion/Swan colors) share a wavy white-on-blue fesse with Dols while throwing in what look like the Macey and Alan stars. French Leons share flames (de-Bouillon was a Fleming) in the colors of the same of French Lagers, and the latter likewise use the white-on-blue fesse. Urban was born OTTO de Lagery, and the Lager Coats above happen to be in Ottone/OTTO colors.

If ever you are convinced that Bellamys, together with Harveys and Garveys were at the Arve river, look about 20 miles south of that river to Anicii-like Annecy.

Lagery happens to be in Marne (Amazons from Lemnos), where also the vast wealth of Munderic (grandson of Rusticus) lay. Lagery looks to be about 20 miles from Reims in the Trojo-Mysian part of France. There is a Laker/Lacky surname first found in the same place as Scottish Chappes', important where Ottone's/Otto's are a branch of Chappes'. From the Leck variation, one is upon the Licks / Locks / Lucks (and other swan liners) that trace to Soducena elements, but also upon the Sion/Swan surname (Macey chevron) likely having to do with de-Bouillon's family. Reims is traceable to Rimini, and therefore to Maschi's that trace to the Maezaei upon the URBANus river.

Urban II died before learning that his butchers in the name of Christ took Jerusalem, and I certainly believe that Urban is not to enter the Kingdom of God. But see here how he connects to Pierleoni:

...A Jewish banker of Rome who had acquired a princely fortune was baptized in the first half of the eleventh century, took the name of Benedictus Christianus, and married the daughter of a Roman nobleman. Leo, the offspring of this union, and one of the most powerful magnates of the city, had a castle in Trastevere and affiliated himself with the papal party, and his son Petrus Leonis, from whom the family derives its name, continued his father's policy...He was the leader of the papal party and the most faithful and powerful protector of the popes. Urban II died in Petrus' castle, and the latter defended the cause of Paschal II [the pope that followed Urban] against the antipopes and the emperor.

As you read the next quote, know first that Roger I of Sicily was a Guiscard while Guiscards were first found in the same place as Scottish Chappes' and Lakers: "...while a sister [of Leo and Jordan] is said to have been the wife of Roger I of Sicily." The ancestry of Roger in the Hauteville's is represented by the Hawthorns and Tancreds, both of which share the Laker chevron in both colors. Tancreds even share the red PULLEY/Pullen scallops while this image of Roger and his brother shows a PULLEY on the bottom of the image that is inexplicable except for its being code for the Pulley surname (same place as Tancreds, but traces to Poole of Dorset).

This re-occurring trace of the Anicii investigation to Chappes' (married Hugh de Payens) should explain why Payens use PIERCED stars. It argues for a trace of Piers/Pierce's to "Pierleone." In that case, the Percival surname -- the so-called Grail King of Arthurian myth -- first found in the same place as Peirs/Pierce's, can be entertained as a Pierleoni line. In fact, this looks so important for tracing the Templars to Caiaphas that I'm going to reveal the name of the person who led me to the Pierleoni's. It was Julie. She deserves credit for this. She had a sense that Pierleoni's could apply in some important way. This paragraph may even reveal that OLIVER-related Perche was an area of France named after a branch from the Pierleoni. The Payen description calls their pierced stars, "spur rowels," and we can note that Spurrs are using the Pulley/Pullen / Botter / Chattan bend with a lone pierced star in the colors of the Payen stars.

Until now, I had not been convinced that the Piers/Pierce's can trace to "Peter," as the write-up suggests. In the past, I resisted that claim due to being sure of a Pierce trace to Perche, but I can now see that Pierce's came first, and afterward the naming of Perche.

I made a mistake a few updates ago saying that there's a yew tree in the Tancred Crest. It's an OLIVE tree fructed.

The Jew/Chew/Chue surname (beside Cowes and Poole) should trace to the Cowes/Ku surname that itself shares roughly the Guiscard (and Polworth) Coat. It seems clear that the Catherine wheel of Jews/Chue's, first found in the same place as Peirs and Roets, is indication that the surname merged with Roets (share the oak tree with Hawthorns and Panico's). As I'm inclined to trace GUIScards to the Guis variation of Guido's (I think they were allies of Panico's), part of the Guerra line that we saw connecting earlier to the Guerin suspects, let me repeat that I trace Guerin of Provence to RAINIER of Montferrat, whose granddaughter married Guido Guerra III. Having said that, see this from the Pierleoni article above: "In the twelfth century Cencius Pierleoni was 'scriniarius' of the Church, and in 1204 John Pierleoni, who had been appointed elector by Pope Innocent III, chose Gregory Petri Leonis RAINERii as senator."

The Wikipedia article on Pierleoni doesn't call the Jewish banker by the name of Benedictus Christianus, but rather as Leo de Benedicto. We are not told what his real / birth name was. The question then becomes whether the Chretiens/CRESTIENs, honored in the Levi motto, were from this banker. Or, take the Christian surname, first found on the Isle of Man, and using grails in the colors of the same of Pilotte's and Pellets. The Christian Crest happens to use the unicorn head (different color) of the Piers/Pierce Coat, and for me that is good enough to make the Christian-surname connection to Benedictus Christianus! Plus, the Rasmussen unicorn can trace this beast back to Akmonia's Bassus family suspect with the Seleucid-Maccabee line.

Keep in mind that Maccabee suspects (e.g. Maccus) were on Man who also ruled the Hebrew-like Hebrides, from the Irish Heberites that many trace to the Iberi Caucasians usually lumped in with Tubal. The Bible lumps Tubal in with Meshech, the likely root of Maccabees.

Wikipedia's article on Trastevere says that, up until the time of, and even beyond, Julius Caesar, the area was not built upon by the Romans even though it was directly across the Tiber river from Rome. Remember here that Butteri cowboys, who trace to lone-star Botters, kin of Chattans/Cato's and Chatans, had lived both south and north of Rome. Chatans share the tower of Scone's, first found in the same place as Scottish Chappes', Lakers and Guiscards.

By the time of the [Roman] Republic c. 509 BC, the number of sailors and fishermen making a living from the [Tiber] river had increased, and many had taken up residence in Trastevere. Immigrants from the East also settled there, mainly Jews and Syrians. The area began to be considered part of the city [of Rome] under Augustus, who divided Rome into 14 regions (regiones in Latin); modern Trastevere was the XIV and was called Trans Tiberim.

Since the end of the Roman Republic the quarter was also the center of an important Jewish community, which inhabited there until the end of the Middle Ages.

With the wealth of the Imperial Age, several important figures decided to build their villae in Trastevere, including Clodia, (Catullus' "friend") and Julius Caesar (his garden villa, the Horti Caesaris).

That quote is being shared because I think that Julius Caesar had something to do with the birth of Caiaphas. The Cowes'/Ku's (more swords in saltire), by the way, share the black Julian cross. We just saw reason to trace Cowes' to Pulleys/Pullens that use a version of the Spurr / Botter bend, not to mention the bend that is the Arms of Champagne, the location of Lagery that might just trace to Guiscard-suspect Lakers/Leckie's. The latter might just be in code in the Arthurian "Lady of the Lake."

So, why would Julius Caesar chose a resort in a Jewish part of the Roman environs? Someone could argue that it had nothing to do with Jews, but then another could argue that he was involved with a Jewish family there. Was Servilia Caepionis from that area? I don't know. I don't recall reading where she lived.

AHA! I had almost missed it, but as the Laker Coat was just re-loaded at this time, it was super timing because it shares the brown wolf head of Teague's who likewise use the black Julian cross. Teague's are the one's whose motto can link to the Kirk motto. This makes the red Laker/Leck chevron suspect with the red Quint chevron. Quints were first found in both Essex and Dorset, the latter being the location of Poole, itself near Cowes. The Poole lion (Rory lion in colors reversed) is also the Dougal lion while Julians share the salamander-in-flames with Douglas'.

The other surname sharing the Julian cross is the Schole/Scayle surname that I link to Hebrons/Hepburns with a "TRYST" motto term...that might just be code for "TRASTevere" liners. In the past, I traced "tryst" confidently (with very good reasons) to modern Trusesti, between the two main rivers of Moldova. Likewise between those rivers (Siret and Prut) are modern ROMAN and PUNGesti, with the latter location tracing to the Payen-related "PUNGit" motto term of the Rome's/Rooms (Laker colors). The Pungs/Pagnells were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as ROMNey-related Pulleys/Pullens, you see, but it just so happens that the full motto of Rome's/Rooms uses "placit," which is now traceable excellently to Placidia, daughter of Valentinian III, thus making Rome's/Rooms linkable to the Olybrius > Boethius line of Anicii that is under investigation for a trace to the Pierleoni's.

Wikipedia's definition for "Trastevere" may be incorrect. I'm not disputing that "tevere" refers to "Tiber," but I could have an argument with the definition of the "Tras" prefix. Peoples (Roma Gypsies?) from Trastevere may have named Trusesti. The Pendragon-related Tippers are coming to mind, whose dolphins trace to Dauphine, where Page's and Payens/Pagans were first found. It's even feasible for PENdragons (same place as Tippers) to be a Payen / Pyne branch.

Why is Trastevere home to John CABOT University? Isn't that a Caiaphas line? It can be gleaned that Cabots (Provence, beside Dauphine) are using Gellone colors in particular because Cabots are linkable to Gellone-related Barbers / Barbera's. I can also glean a trace of the Cabot Crest to Lawrence's and therefore to Lorraine / Laurie / Lowry elements (grail-using Laurie's were first found in the same place as Rome's/Rooms and Annandale).

Trashers/Tresure's/Treasure's, first found in the same place as Peirs/Pierce's and Percivals, are looking good for a trace to the namers of Trastevere. There was a mythical Taras that I think is used by the Coffey/Coffer Crest. Taras rode a dolphin, and became the symbol to Tarun-suspect Taranto (in Apulia). I have been linking the Hebrons/Hepburns to Trents and Tarents/Tarans for years without batting an eyelash. I thought that mythical Daphne (to be expected in some heraldic dolphins and in the Laurie / Lowry laurel) was a Tubal entity while some trace Tubal elements to the naming of the Tiber. It wasn't many updates ago when the Fiora river's Turan cult was a topic. The Fiora is not far north of Trastevere. Turan was at Velch, where Fulks trace that share the Capet Shield. We can't get away from Caiaphas liners no matter where this investigation turns.

The first "pope" (incorrect term to use) AnaCLETUS (first century, before popes) was also, Cletus, a term roughly that Plato gave for the Atlantean wife of Poseidon, perhaps important where Taras was made a son of Poseidon. There were many centuries between the first and second Anacletus', but the question is why the Jewish-line Anacletus II would chose that name.

The Pierleoni antipope, Anacletus II, "studied in Paris and entered the Benedictine Abbey of Cluny." The French Chappes were first found at Paris, and the Clune's are using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Kaplans/Chaplins while first found in Perthshire, beside Stirling, where Scottish Chappes' were first found. Irish Clune's (share wolf with Teague's) were first found in Galway, where Teague's were first found. This alternative Clune Coat uses the Pilate pheon, shared in colors reversed by the Perthshire Celts/Colts. The Clunie-of-Stormmot location of Clune's traces easily to Sturs, first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Kaplans/Chaplins (= Roet kin).

So, what there occurred was a wealthy Jewish banking family becoming Catholicized, and wielding powers in Rome with the assistance of a faction of the Vatican. Were the members believers in Jesus really, or fakes? Did some branches revert later to their Jewish-ness? Did they have some Caepio treasure? If correct to trace Peter Pollock to the Anicii, then it has potential to trace Rothschild bankers to the Pierleoni. The chevron of the Trashers/Tresure's is not a normal red, but more like scarlet, used also by the double-tressure border of Flemings and the so-called chaplets of Orells. I see a pattern, perhaps indication that the scarlet dragon of Rome is from, or includes, Jews at Trastevere. Prophecy predicts the final anti-Christ to be a Seleucid element somehow, but the past several months of my work has brought forth a theory in which he will be involved with the line of Seleucid Maccabees.

Wikipedia's article on Peter Pierleoni's/Loewenstein says, without explanation, that someone called him the "Jewish Crassus," and perhaps this phrase was developed for the money that Crassus acquired in too-short a time. Note that Crassus was born less than a decade before Quintus Caepio (Roman general) got hold of the Toulouse treasure: "Marcus Licinius Crassus...c. 115 BC - 53 BC) was a Roman general and politician who played a key role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. Amassing an enormous fortune during his life, Crassus is considered the wealthiest man in Roman history, and among the richest men in all history." The article says that he amassed his fortune in real-estate, but that's a ridiculous claim, especially in those days when real-estate marketing wasn't exactly a fine science. One can become wealthy in real-estate, but not the richest man in all of Roman history in merely one lifetime. It sounds, rather, that he had access to some treasure?

"Crassus was appointed as the Governor of Roman Syria" in the lifetime of the Syrian, Seth, father of Annas, high priest of Israel, whose daughter Caiaphas married, paving the way for he, too, to become the high priest. "Crassus" is a shown variation of this Crass/Grass surname (Pilate colors), in the colors of the Arms of Grasse (lambs, as per Revelation-13 imagery?). Keep in mind that I've traced the Bassianus family of Syria's El-Gabal cult (purple robes) to Grasse. If correct to trace "Bassianus" to "Bassus" (family of Akmonia), then the line of the Seleucid king, Alexander Basus, becomes traceable to Grasse.

With Hugh de Payens marrying Elizabeth Chappes, lookie at the Italian Leons using both the Paine/Payne fesse, and a lion in the colors of the Crassus/Grass lion. It was Valerius Gratus that chose Caiaphas for the high priesthood, and his descendants trace to Hugh's wife, right? I can see that this paragraph holds a key for identifying the first grand master of the Templars with the Pierleoni. If correct, this update is perhaps one of the most important ever for understanding the suspected Jewish roots of the Templars. It explains how the Templars were at first able to snag the support of the Vatican, and may even explain Hugh's links to Champagne via Urban II's origins at Lagery. Remember, however, that Champagne/Campania traces to Campania of Italy, where the Capua's/Capone's (crowned lion) were first found.

There may be a question as to whether Crassus had a surname that was branch to the surname of Valerius GRATus, the Judean governor for the Romans. Crassus was succeeded by Quintus Caecilius Metellus CRETicus while the latter's daughter married a son of Crassus. Arguments can be made for tracing "Creticus" to the Creightons/Creetons/Chrictons (another green dragon, likely the Seaton dragon) of Kreiton, using the Rory-of-Bute lion, which is colors reversed to the white-on-blue Crassus/Grass lion. Just look at these further coincidences: "Creticus' father was Gaius Caecilius Metellus Caprarius...In 133 BC [Caprarius] served under Scipio Aemilianus in Numantia." The Newmans were looked up as per "Numantia" (Spain) to find more white lions, and Newmans were even first found in Dorset, not only where Quints were first found, but where Poole is located, suggesting that the white-on-blue Poole lion is the Crassus/Grass lion. Let's not forget that heraldic lions may be fundamental with the Pierleoni line...even if Pierleoni's trace to Kybele, the Phrygian goddess given a lion symbol in her time.

Newmans (in Alexander / Mott colors) were traced to MacAbee's of Arran, beside the Alexanders of Kintyre. I had been convinced that these Scottish Alexanders had been from the Seleucid-Maccabees long before finding that Maccus' viking family ruled much of the isles on both sides of Arran and Kintyre. I had also traced Newmans with Raines' to the namers of Renfrew, where Pollocks were first found whom are now suspect in a line through Pierleoni's. Pollocks (founded by a Peter) have been traced to Poole, but also to Pula/Pola on Ishtar-suspect Istria.

Ishtar becomes important where her eight-pointed star is used by Spanish Amors as well as Steins and Rothsteins/Rothschilds. There is a good chance that "LoewenSTEIN" was so-named as per a merger with Stein elements, for Rothes' and Loewensteins were both first found in Bavaria. English Rothes' trace to Peter Pollock at Rothes castle (Moray), but were first found in Shropshire, where Peter Pollock's family passed through before settling Renfrewshire. The Amors ("fide" motto term) were looked up as per the "amor" motto term of Newmans ("fides" motto term), and then German Newmans share the arrow with Rothsteins/Rothschilds. The latter must always trace to a daughter of Peter Pollock, and the "streNUE" motto term of Pollocks became suspect as an Istria-Newton code, but why not also Newmans? It looks like Newmans trace with little doubt to Numantia (in the land of Iberi), for it just so happens that while Numantia is in Castille and Leon, Amors were first found in Castille. Amors even share a red-on-white lion with Loewensteins.

If that's not enough, English Amore's (suspect with Leavells, first found in the same place as Piers/Pierce's) were first found in the same place (Oxfordshire) as Pears/Pearls...who are likely honored in the pears of the Scottish Pire surname. Abbots of Oxfordshire likewise use pears, and then the Pears/Pearls use leopard faces in the colors of the same of English Steins (Norfolk). There is indication in the Amore write-up that the surname can trace to Olive(r)'s, and therefore to the Olybrius > Boethius line of Anicii. It the Boethius line named Bute, let's repeat that the island was at first ROTHESay, smack beside Arran.

The Wrens, said to be from the Raines', share the purple lion with the Arms of Leon and the Arms of Castille and Leon. But the SKIPtons share the purple lion too, and so let's repeat: "In 133 BC [Caprarius] served under SCIPio Aemilianus in Numantia." As I claim a Scipio-family merger with Massena, king of Numidia, might Numantia have been a Numidian entity? As Meschins had formed a marital alliance with Skiptons, it's notable that Raines' and Newmans are in Meschin colors. Skiptons were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as olive-using Tancreds. I did not know until this update that Roger I of Sicily, a Tancred liner, may have married the Pierleoni's. Heraldry is bearing this out in multiple places; the Cowes location on the Isle of Wight, off-shore from Poole, is beside Newport, yet another surname (along with Newtons) suspect with a Numantia > Newman line.

The Skiptons share the purple lion with Lacys...and Spanish Luz'/Lucio's, first found in the same place (Aragon) as Spanish Olive's. The latter's owl can be suspect from the Kos cult of Edom (traceable to the island of Kos), and then it just so happens that Spanish Soria's/Soriano's, first found in Castille with Amors, and therefore likely from the Soria location a few miles from Numantia, use three bends in the colors of the Kos/Kosinski bendy. The latter surname was first found in Mecklenburg, beside Pomerania where German Luz' were first found who likewise use bendy...not to mention a bend in the colors of the bends used by two Peter surnames, including German Peters/PEERs, as well as French Pierre's. The latter are suspect with the lion of Leons and Swedish Petersons, but let's mention the Scandinavian Sorensens while we're at it. Scandinavians from Spain, how can it be? We should ask the Alan Huns of Spain.

Alans had settled Castilla La Mancha in central Spain when moving there with some Germanics in the early 5th century. I now assume that they were the namers of Alania in Manche of France, where Sempers are said to be from whom are suspect with the Quints. Sempers are said to be from a St. Pierre de Semilly in Manche. However, "Manche" traces very well to the Manx people on the Isle of Man, where the Maness'/Manners ought to trace too. There are several reasons already to see a fundamental link between the Pierleoni's and Maccus of Man, and so I think we can now glean that "PierLEONi' was partly after the namers of Spain's Leon area. They say that Pierleoni were named after the pope Leo who baptized the banker.

"Leo" hadn't been entered until now to find the Loewenstein / Leon lion in German Leo's (Hamburg, near Mecklenburg). They show a bend-with-Zionist-stars rising in the sinister direction, and in the colors of the Arms of Templar Jerusalem. But perhaps the most-important feature of the Leo page is the PYRZEWski variation, tending to verify a trace to Pierleoni and to Piers/Pierce's.

Yorkshire Percys are in Peter colors, and share "Dieu" with the Peter motto. "Perans" was entered as per the "EsPERANCe" motto term of Percys, to find Perans/Perrings (Cone / Conan colors) likewise first found in Yorkshire. The Perans/Perring Crest: "A fir cone PROPER on a mount". Fir trees are shared by Alis'/Alice's and Alpins/Appins.

The engrailed Perans/Perring chevron looks very linkable to the same of Rowells/Rothwells/Rosewells, first found in the same place (Lincolnshire) as a branch of English Peters. But Rowells are honored in the "spur rowels" of Payens/Pagans, and it just so happens that these rowels are gold Zionist stars, the color of the same of Perans'/Perrings. Pungs/Paganels were likewise first found in Yorkshire.

It can be gleaned that Petersons are using the Raines / Newman / Patty lions. Petersons were first found in the same place (Aberdeenshire) as Pire's (share pears with Parrots). The "sine" motto term of Petersons, and the swan in Crest (a Peter-Crest symbol too), traces to the Sine's/Sions/Swans, right?

I had traced the "pour y" motto phrase of Maness'/Manners (peacock, symbol of a Pollock sept by that name) to the Pury's of Oxfordshire, who had been suspect with Pear/PEARL liners, but I don't recall stressing the "POUR LE" motto phrase of French Pierre's, what seems to be certain code for Pearls.

The Scarlet Dragon of Baccano

Wikipedia's scarlet article has it a fairly-bright orange shade rather than deep red, whereas I was under the impression that scarlet is a deep red. The people who created this Scarlet-Dragon webpage have the same impression as me. Looking at the color of the writing, it's about the same as the Tressure-surname chevron. Here are different shades of scarlet flowers. Or better yet, see these shades of scarlet colors.

The idea that scarlet has traditionally been an orange color is new to me this day. I doubt very much that Revelation scarlet is the orange shade shown by Wikipedia. One article entitled, "What Color is Scarlet?," admits: "Scarlet is sometimes considered a shade of crimson although crimson is redder." The Tressure chevron is much like the crimson shade in Wikipedia's Shades of red article, though the chevron is also much like the cardinal-red shade...used by Catholic cardinals. One could get the impression that the scarlet of Revelation 17 touches upon Vatican elements in Rome of the Pierleoni kind.

Take a look at the Arms of a Catholic cardinal, using scarlet tassels. Note the galero hat in what could be construed as the brighter shade of scarlet. By what coincidence is the cardinal bird roughly the same shade? Obviously, the bird was named after the Catholic cardinal due to the use of the latter's colors.

The theory now is that the Trastevere Jews had something to do with forming the Flemings, and so let's repeat that while the Fleming Bouillons had been in a Sion cult linkable very likely to Sion/Sitten, the Seatons/Sittens were in fact Flemings...from Flanders but settled in Lothian with many other Fleming families. The Lothian surname even has a "green border" in the two colors of the Peir/Pere bend. Note the LOWdon variation (of Lothians) as it might be connectable to "Lowen." The two colors are used by MacAbee's, and their wavy white fesse may link to the wavy white chevron of Piers/Pierce's.

The Peir/Pere surname has been treated over the past several weeks (i.e. before arriving to the Pierleoni topic) in conjunction with the bend of Were's. With Jews of Trastevere now suspect with the Trashers/Tresure's (share the green dragon with Seatons and Were-suspect Guerra's), and with the Pierleoni having given a daughter to Roger Guiscard, let's add that Hawthorns (share a red-on-white chevron with Trashers/Tressure's) were first found in Durham, where the Were river flows. Moreover, Conte's were first found in Durham too, and the Conte antlers are shared by the Cone's honored in the fir cones of Perans'/Perrings. Conte's are traceable to Constantine's, Constance's/Custance's/Custesons and Constance's/Coutance's, the latter two honored by a Lothian motto term and sharing the pine tree with Lothians.

The Conte's and Cone's share antlers in the colors of Buck antlers, and Bucks can trace to Baccano. The Tresure's are becoming more important than ever if they are named after Trastevere elements, for they were first found in the same place as Leavells whom are said to be from a Mr. Percival in Yvery (Somerset). The Averys/Everys are the ones suspect in using Catholic-wafer symbolism, although with a besant held by gold lion paws, the color of the Quint lion paw. The Quint lion paw holds a fitchee cross, the symbol in the mouth of the Tresure dragon. As was said in the last update of January: "[the besant in the Avery Crest] suggests the El-Gabal sun god run by the Bassianus'." The first-recorded person with a variation of the Avery surname was a Roger, and his surname, AVERARY, is like "Ferrari."

Can "Bassianus" morph to "Baccano" or vice versa?

There is a question as to whether Averys (and Vere's) were from AVERan Maccabee. Weren't Maccabees of the HASMONEAN kind the namers of AKMONIA, home and/or origin of the Bassus family? Why are German Bucks using the same lion as Loewensteins?

English Verys (Annas Shield?) happen to be traced to an early Roger too, and then Scottish Verys/Fairie's are once again using red upright lions in the two colors of the same of Leons and Loewensteins. The Fairie's connect to Cohens/Cone's and Fers/Ferrats, but unfortunately I can't prove, off hand anyway, whether English Cone's / Conte's are part of the Cohen Jews. Conans (very linkable to both the Sinclair motto and Conte's / Comites) can trace this picture to Moray, where I see the Rollo / Sinclair vikings before the Norman invasion.

German Solomons were first found in the Rhineland, where Khazar / Askenazi Hebrews settled. They use pierced stars, usually called mullets, but for this one needs to see that the Mullet surname uses the same pierced Zionist stars as Payens/Pagans. It's tracing Solomons to the Pierleoni Jews if indeed pierced stars are code for Pierleoni's. The Solomon stars are in the colors of the Sutherland stars, and the Sutherland write-up tells that their stars are the Moray stars, though not in Moray-star colors. The "Jewish" Cohens/Kagans use the Moray stars in Moray-star colors, as do Jewish Solomons, what a coincidence. The bear in the latter's Coat has scarlet color, does it not?

As per Benedictus Christianus, I no longer expect the Benedict surnames at houseofnames to trace to any Benedict pope. The Solomon / Sutherland star color is in the one, large star of English Benedicts, first found in the same place (Warwickshire) as Peirs/Pere's and Pettys. You decide whether that's coincidental or not. The "roy" motto term of Benedicts must be for the Brittany Roys (see Dawsons too) using stars in colors reversed. Another Benedict motto term strikes me as code for the Brittany Voirs/Voyers (suspect with Boyer liners), for German Benedicts use so-called "boilers in the middle" (Middle's/Mittels are suspect with "Metellus"), while Voirs/Voyers use the gold lion of Benedicts.

As Cohens/Kagans trace to Caesar-like Khazars, and because I'm tentatively gleaning a trace of Julius Caesar's Jewish offsrping at Trastevere, might the Khazars have originated as Caesar-liner Jews / Hebrews in that part of Italy? One of my wildest predictions that apparently proved true was that Caseys and Cassels were the proto-Khazars. That prediction was made before taking seriously the Caesar trace to "Khazar." It's interesting now, therefore, that Irish Caseys share the Botter bend, and that near Trastevere there is a Via Cassis.

What follows is exceptionally interesting in light of my certain trace of Benjamites (ancient Rimmon) to the founding of Romans. I had a hard time finding Benjamites in mythical Roman make-up, but was able to glean that their Jabesh wives traced to proto-Jupiter at the Japodes theater (Kupa river), and also to Rimini's Maschi's from the Maezaei off the neighboring Una river of Juno. No one in the world seems to know, or at least they haven't told it, that Jupiter and Juno trace to the Kupa and Una rivers. June's (the surname), one should note, were first found in the same place as Julians, and for this exercise you need to know further that Julius' mistress (Servilia Caepionis) was a Juno liner as per her Junius background.

Having said that, it's not likely a coincidence that French Benjamins/Jammes', apparently honored in the Douglas and James mottoes, are using the bear design of Jewish Solomons (this particular bear traces to the bear of Mackays of Sutherland, right?). This is a great find, thanks to an email read this week that sent the Solomon surname along. The Douglas' even share the Solomon stars, you see, as well as the Julian salamander-in-flames, and moreover the James' share the Caesar-surname dolphin. English Benjamins use flames in Crest. I always view Douglas' (Flemings) in cahoots with the Flemish Biggars that I trace to Biharia's Khazars, the ones that had a branch on the Mures that trace to the namers of Moray. In other words, I'm seeing the Benjamite-Jabesh merger (see book of Judges) as a line to the north-western banks of the Tiber river, i.e. including the Jewish settlements in and around Trastevere, but later contributing to the Khazars.

Recalling that Pierleoni were discovered with the Beaufords using the Loewenstein lion, see that English Beaufords (patees) were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as same-colored Benjamins (and Steins).

The Tiber flows past the western side of mount Sabina, and then the Romans had a myth wherein they "raped" (forced marriage) the Sabine women, a theme that I say was a carry-over of the event one can read in Judges as pertains to the marriage of 600 Benjamites to 400 women of Jabesh. After circling part of mount Sabina, the Turano river has a mouth at the Tiber not far from Viterbo. Mount Sabina is at Rieti, where book-using Reeds/Rieds and book-using Roets traced. The Books/Boggs, now linking to the variations of Benedict-related Boils, share a black-on-white chevron with the Norfolk Beaufords.

Hercules was placed at Rome by early myth writers. He was placed there with Cacus of Rome in conjunction with Hercules' link to Geryon and Orthos. Spaniards view Geryon as the namer to Coruna in the extreme northwest of the country, but I traced Hercules as a Danaan peoples to the northern half of Wales, and located Geryon's Erytheia at Erethlyn in Gwynedd while pegging Orthos as the neighboring Ordovices. I've had a difficult time trying to understand how Maccabees played into this Welsh picture, but the recent finding of king Maccus, between the Isle of Man and Wales, encouraged me to retain the Maccabee-in-Wales theory. The point here, however, is the link between Hercules in Wales and Hercules in Rome, noting the red dragon of Wales.

The Cowes surname has been traced to Qewe, at Adana (Cilicia), the ancient homeland of the proto-Danaans of Greece that provided the Hercules branch of Danaans. The Cowes' happen to use pennants, and the Pennant surname (uses the Trevor Coat) was first found in Flintshire (northern Wales), and thus the Cowes' trace to Welsh rulers smack in the Hercules part of Wales. It's interesting that while Cacus breathed fire, I see FLINT and FLANDERs as identical terms, thus creating yet another theory on the origin of Flemings: from fire-breathing Cacus (or whatever peoples he represented at Rome).

The Pennant / Trevor lion can therefore be construed as the Hercules lion used as a symbol by Viterbo. The Viterbo topic is in the 3rd update of last month, where it was said: ""Viterbo has two heraldic badges in its coat of arms (stemma in Italian), the Lion and the Palm Tree. The lion represents Hercules, one of the mythological founders of Viterbo....You will find online that the Hercules / Sandon lion traces to Cilicia (!) and Lydia (there was a Cilicia location in Lydia or Mysia, I forget which)." In other words, there was a Hercules lion in Lydia, but Lydians named the Latins (i.e. at Viterbo), and were a fundamental part of the Ladon dragon which was made part of Geryon mythology. One can glean that fire-breathing Cacus was an aspect of this Ladon-dragon cult (see the fire-breathing dragon in the Seaton Crest), but we keep in mind that Daphne swam in the Ladon river while her dolphin symbol went to the James / Caesar Crest.

On the border region between Latium and Tuscany, there is a TUSCULum area, traced (by me) to mythical DASCYLus (Mysian entity), father of Gugu of Lydia in about 700 BC. Gugu (or "Gyges"), perhaps merely mythical codework, smacks of "Cacus," and was said to have become the ruler of Lydia after a line of Hercules ruled Mysia for over 500 years. One can see the possibility here of the proto-Maccabees stemming from Mysians in this Dascylus > Gugu migration to the Viterbo area, adjacent to the Tuscany border.

The "AeQUO animo" motto of Pennants (antelope) was already traced to Qewe/Que, but the Nimo's happen to be the ones with "show" and "boast" motto terms that trace well to the Schor-Bosco partnership (Shows are listed also as "Schor"). Not very far below, you will see why the Schor-Bosco partnership traces exactly to the Viterbo theater. At that time, you can reflect upon my claim that the Nazi swastika is a version of the Julian cross. The swastika is shown at Wikipedia's swastika article in the ancient land of the Gileki, the Aryans that I think named Cilicia.

Perhaps my largest point in going to the Hercules link between Wales and Rome is that the Welsh Bachs share blue vair fur with Quints. Welsh Bachs were first found in Danaan-suspect DENbighshire (beside Flint), and appear to have named DenBIGH. But this vair fur is used also by White's that were traced (3rd update February) tentatively to "VITERbo." Here is how it happened:

This is already a good turn, but it would be better if Whiters/Wittiers ("Esto" motto term) could be clinched as Viterbo liners. It shouldn't be assumed that the surname is from "White," though some White's could suddenly be Viterbo liners. The Withere variation suggested Weathers/Withers...first found in the same place as Chaplins/Kaplans and Josephs! Weathers/Withers are traced to "Vidarr = wide messenger," likely garbage and possible code for Wide's / Widemans / etc.

I neglected to mention that Whiters use only a bull that can connect to the Cacus bull symbol. At the time, I wasn't focusing on the Hercules link between Denbigh and Cacus at Rome, which would have encouraged a link of "White" to "Viterbo." It just so happens that Cowes is a location on the Isle of Wight.

After introducing Ferento on the Fiora river, the French Fairs/Vairs/Feuers/Feirz's entered the discussion, not to be mistaken for the Fire's/Firs/Feuers, though I assume they are branches, and that heraldic "fur" is code for them.

As for the Wide's / Widemans, it didn't dawn on me, at the time, to mention that Scottish Wide's/Woods, said to be of the Bosco bloodline, use a savage with a club, while the club was a symbol of Hercules. The savage may itself have started out as code for Hercules...until it was made a code for the Savage surname that shares the lion paw with Quints. The Savage's share a black lion paw with the Bedfords. The Luton location in Bedford is suspect with the Lothian/Loudon surname. The gold-striped, black hunting horn tied to the Lothian pine tree can be found in the English Weight/Wait Coat, a Viterbo suspect suddenly.

The alternative-English Weight/Wight Coat is the one with vair fur, but also shares a green dragon in Crest with Seatons. It traces to the green dragon of Kilpatricks who place a DEXTER paw of the Levi lion upon its head, important where the DECKster variation of Dexters traces with Decks and Tecks to the Ticino, home of the Laevi. I link Weights to the so-called "weight" in the Dexter Crest, and then Dexters are honored in the "dexter hand" of the Wide/Wood savage. I suppose this traces Ticino-river Laevi to Viterbo, or at least to a merger with Viterbo elements. Yet, I expect Levite liners from the Levite, Jonathan (book of Judges), at Viterbo along with the 600 Danites / Danaan that he served as pagan priest. It all has to do with the trace of the 600 Benjamites to the same area, doesn't it?

The Weights/Waits were first found in the same place as Hercules-suspect Samsons. It was his "Danites" that were suspect in the 600 of Laish. Compare the latter term with "Lazio," the Italian spelling of Latium. Samsons share the blue lion with Creetons/Crichtons ("grace" motto term can go to Crassus'/Grass'), who not only use a green, fire-breathing dragon in Crest, but were first found in Lothian.

Surely, Lothian variations can trace to the Ladon cult suspect with fire-breathing Cacus, another reason to identify Flemings of Lothian with that dragon cult. This feels like my best-ever trace of Flemings to a flame symbol. Didn't Samson tie 300 foxes by the tail and set them on fire? Yes, but that was mythology, for one cannot find 300 foxes on the spur of the moment. The foxes were code, and even the number was code. Jesus did not ever say that the book of Judges was Scripture, albeit the writer of Hebrews (New Testament) thought that Samson was a true person (I don't). "As Hercules slept, the monster [Cacus] took a liking to the cattle and slyly stole eight of them - four bulls and four cows - by dragging them by their tails..." Hmm, that fits. Were they TIED by the tails?

Lookie here at the Lothian-surname description: "A silver shield, on a green mount in base a green pine tree with a talbot proper TIED to it, and a hunting-horn in the branches garnished gold stringed blue, all within a green border." French Sauvage's (just a giant heart) were first found in Champagne, and then Scottish Champagne's share a Shield filled with vair fur with the Irish Flemings in the link above. It just so happens that Champagne's were first found in the same place (Leicestershire) as Dexters, the club-using Wide's/Woods, and the Kiss/Cuss branch of Cass'. The latter share the weight scale with the Dexter Crest, you see, and so one may venture to view Dexters and their branches in a merger with the namers of Via Cassis.

The hunting horns of Weights and Lothians can trace to Huntingdon, where Whiters/Wittiers were first found. The latter surname has a motto, "Esto fidelis," that serves to track it to the Este-Welf cult of Italy.

We just saw reasons for tracing Douglas' to the Jews on the north and west of Rome, and so let's ask why Michael Douglas' father, the Jew, Kirk Douglas, was born Issur DANIELovitchof. Was that a Hercules-Danaan line? Previously, Douglas' were traced to Monaco's (more flames), suspect with Mona in north Wales. The Welsh dragon breathes fire too, right? But the Monaco's link to Grimaldi's sharing the lozengy Shield of Cocks, thus suspect with "Cacus." And that's how Douglas' can trace both to Ligurians and to Cacus at Rome.

Dennis' were likewise first found in Champagne. If Dennis' are using the Alan fesse, they are linkable to the Liebs, and so note that the write-up has a Denis, bishop of Paris (around 250 AD), where Levi's were first found.

Scottish Daniels happen to use a string of lozenges, as well as a unicorn in Crest. It's now a good bet that the Daniel unicorn traces to the same of Christians and Piers/Pierces, and therefore to the Pierleoni Jews on the north and west of Rome. "Monaco" traces to the Monks, for which reason they trace well to the Manx peoples on the Isle of Man, which is where the Christian surname was first found. There was a Mona link to Man in the family of Maccus, right? And the whole deal is tracing to through the Cacus dragon at Rome, right? And all linked to Julius Caesar, right? I'm becoming sure of this. But was it the Julian line to the birth of Caiaphas???

Scottish Daniels were first found in the same place as Saddocks, and the latter honor the Rye's, first found in the same place. The Rye's can thus be gleaned as using the Aide bend, but then Levi's not only honor the Aide's in their motto, but the CREETON-like Chretiens (share the blue lion with Creetons/Crichtons) with a CRESTIEN variation. Lest you've forgotten, the Pierleoni's took the surname, Christianus. You now have some excellent reasons for tracing Levi's to the Jews of Rome. The Daniels now tracing to that area are suspect from Cilicia's Adana, but as Mrs. Quadratilla married the Severus > Bassus family out of Akmonia, a location suspect with unicorn-using Assmans/Rasmussens (compare with the Fire's/Feuers), it appears that Daniels are part of the expected link between the Severus-Bassus family and Severus Septimius, who had a villa beside the Via Cassis, and who married Julia Bassianus.

Let's ask again: can "Bassianus" morph to "Baccano" or vice versa? What about those besants in the BUCHENham Coat? My atlas used "Biacciano" for Baccano, same ending as per "Bassian(us)." I think we have something here. But as the Bassianus cult of El-Gabal was the purple-robed cult suspect with links to the Great-Mother cult run by the ancestry of the Bassus', it looks like we can trace purple-robed Mys. Babylon of Revelation 17 to lake Baccano.

Scottish Wights were first found at Berwickshire, and their QUATREfoils are suspect with Quadratilla at the Qewe theater. Quadratilla and her relative, Alexander BERENICianus Maccabee, have been traced to Bernicians of bear-depicted Berwickshire for several weeks and counting, and the Aide's are suspect as a branch of Quade's, you see, who are a branch of Mackays now linkable to the Solomons now tracing to the Jews / Hebrews of Rome. The pierced Solomon stars (in the colors of the Sutherland stars) are even used by French Daniels. Do not assume that Solomons trace to king David's father, as that would be simpleton without evidence.

I had shared an historical quote recently showing that Bassus ancestry was in Lycaonia, location of Perta upon lake Tatta, and here one can see the "parta" motto term of Wights. I am therefore convinced that the Brogitarus > Amyntes > Artemidoros > Severus > Bassus line was at Viterbo, and, perhaps, "BROGitarus" links to '"Bracciano.". In any case, Brogitarus was a high priest of Kybele at Pessinus, a term I traced tentatively to Piscinas (means "fountain") at Sardinia which for years had been linked to the Cass and Kiss fountains. The Kiss Crest is the red rooster of Akmonia-suspect Aikens (in Lieb / Ackman colors) and Cacus-suspect Cocks.

I saw reasons to trace the Kiss' to the naming of the Moldova capital (Kisin'ov/Kishinev), important here because Moldova was home to Trypillians that likely included the Nahorite Hebrews in the Ukraine. When reading at Wikipedia that Trypillians burned their houses down regularly and deliberately in some sort of rite, I theorized that Flemings may have been from Trypillians. It just so happens that the Traby hunting horn is in the colors of the Weight / Lothian hunting horn.

Moreover, Brogitarus was of the Galatians proper that I think came from Galati in Moldova. Galati is less than 25 miles south-east from the mouth of the Rimni, or from the mouth of the river into which the Rimni flows. The latter is suspect with "Rimmon," home of the 600 Benjamites. Their 400 wives were from Jabesh GILEAD, making Galati traceable to "Gilead."

Galati is at the mouth of the Siret. Up that river, the Roman location should pertain to the Ukrainian Roman(ov) surname. I have no doubt that this Roman location traces to the Rome's/Rooms, first found in the same place as Dexter-related Kilpatricks / Patchie's, whose Patch kin use more black hunting horns (no gold stripes showing, however). Rome's/Rome's were first found in the same place as Annan(dale), which traces to the Ananes Gauls at Placentia, itself on the Trebia river, explaining why Kilpatricks should link to Trabys, but also to the Laevi expected in a merger with the Ananes. The point is that the 3rd update of last month traced the Ferme's/Fairs to the Fiora river (near Viterbo), while Bacons use a Ferme-like motto term and trace excellently to Bacau, on the Siret not far south of Roman. The FARMers/FERMare's (same place as Vere's and same-colored Quints) happen to use a fesse in the colors of the Rome/Room fesse, you see, as well as hunting horns in colors reversed from the Weight / Traby / Lothian hunting horn. Plus, the namers of Bacau / Bacons can be suspect at lake Baccano, smack beside Via Cassis.

Baccano is very near Trastevere. Earlier in this update, it was asked whether the Trusesti area of Moldova, not far from Roman, traced to the namers of Trastevere. Trusesti is not far off from a Baseu river upon which there is a modern Saveni location, for which reason a Sitna river, to the other side of Trusesti, was traced to the Setta valley at Bologna, this city being the location of a Savena river. But as you can see, "Sitna" becomes suspect with the Sitten/Sion entity, and the Swan/Sion surname, all suspect with the Flemish Seatons/Sittens.

Italian Daniels, first found at Bologna, are using an upright stag evocative of the upright Fleming / Roman wolf. The Daniel link to Savena and Saveni speaks a story for Saddocks, first found in the same place as Daniels, Dane's, Dans, Diens and Deins, for a Soducena location was smack at lake Sevan, itself beside the Gugu-suspect location of Gogarene/Gugar.

The Fullers not only use a beacon as code for Beacons/Bacons, but share three fesse bars in the red colors of the same of Fountains. The Levi-suspect Luffs/Love's use the same three, red-on-white bars as Fullers, but also show the red-on-white lion heads of Irish Farmers/Fermere's (Essex). As evidence that Love's are Levi liners, Love's are suspect with Louvains that use lions in the colors of the Chretien/Crestien lions. That picture traces Love's, Louvains, and their kind to the Pierleoni Jews (or were they Hebrews?). There have developed, already, without trying hard, multiple good reasons for tracing Trypillians to the north and west of Rome.

Bacons use the same cinquefoil as Bus' and the Arms of Leicester. We just saw a slew of surnames, including Dexters and Kiss', first found in Leicestershire. The Leicester surname even uses a swan with blood DROPs (Trypillian suspects). Bus' are suspect with Buz, son of Nahor. I haven't proven it, but my senses are that the Budini, who lived near or even in Trypillia (south of Kiev), were Buzites of the UAT/Buto kind that should trace to "Wight / Watt / Wait" and other such terms. Budini, suspect in naming the Bodencus river (the Po), may have had kin as the namers of lake Baccano, especially if Bacons were a Buzite line themselves (independent of the Budini). It dawns on me here that while lake Constance is also, Bodensee, it's near Baccano-like Fussen. Should we ask, why ViterBO?

The Nahor-suspect Neuri of the Ukraine were on the BUG river, traceable to the Bugs, first found in Nottingham, while Nottings, first found in the same place (Gloucestershire) as Weights/Waits (and vair-using Kemmis'), share besants on a blue bend with Buckings/Buckenhams. These besants on blue seem to have been the favorite color scheme of the Severus > Bassianus line, but a further point is that we find yet another unicorn in a Cnut/Knott Crest. It later comes out that the unicorn is a symbol of house of Farnese in the Baccano theater. Question: does Baccano trace to the namers of the Bug river, later the namers of Buckingham? Should we tentatively conclude a Baccano > Bassianus evolution of terms?

King Cnut was a Dane, very linkable to Daniels, especially as the Cnut/Knott unicorn is identical to the Daniel unicorn, both in Crests.

The Kemmis' not only share a Shield filled with blue vair with Flemings, but once again use three red fesse bars now traceable from Fullers to lake Baccano. Kemmis' became suspect with the Egyptian city of Kemmis/Chemmis, home of Yuya, the Mitanni horse trainer of king Tut's father, who was traceable to many places as far as France's Autun area. When finding reasons for tracing the Mitanni to Lesbos, and to some Lydian locations on-shore from Lesbos, I became more certain that "Yuya" named Gugu of Lydia. "Tut" then became suspect at lake Tatta, but as that is the location of Perta, note that the bars under discussion are called "barry," a term traced years ago (i.e. long before knowing of Perta) to mythical PERDix.

Actually, Perdix was traced first to the Berry/Bourges location of France before realizing that he traced to Barry / Berry surnames using red barry Shields. The fish-jaw symbol of Perdix gave away his trace to bar at lake Scodra. But the point here is that Berry was home to BITURiges that are suspect with the namers of VITERbo. Ancient Berry was Avaricum, traceable, perhaps, to Avaris, the Hyksos capital beside Tanis, origin of the Danaans. But Tanis was near or amongst the Uat/Buto cult too; one of it's main locations was at Sais and Sebennytos/Samannud, terms that trace well to mount Sabina and the nearby Samnites. It's possible that Samson (had a lion symbol) was a Samannud element.

The Via Cassis may trace to Khassi / Kizzuwatna at the Adana theater of Cilicia. It would be suspect with mythical Cassiopeia, part code for Joppa/Ioppa, and as such it would be suspect with the proto-Japodes passing through Kizzuwatna. The latter was home to the Heka KHASEWET = Hyksos, and then the Kiss-related Dexters are using the two blue-on-white chevrons of HUCKs (see also Huckabee's), tending to prove that Hyksos (suspect with 666) were on the Ticino as Dexters. Hyksos were traced to mythical Coronis on Patmos, code for the city of Chora, and the Cecils have a motto term in honor of this entity.

Proto-Illuminati Cecils and the Roman Origin of Attila

One of the Mitanni-line suspects was MYTILene on Lesbos. With Creetons/Crichtons becoming more linkable to Levi's, I'd like to show a little something concerning Quintus CAECILius METELLus Creticus, son of Gaius Caecilius METELLus Capriarius. You can see Creticus near the bottom of the family tree, at 69 BC, with a daughter (Caecilia) married to a Crassus family. The entire tree is filled with Caecil liners, and the article is itself on the Ceacilius-Metellus gens. I do not at this time have an idea on whether it traces to the namers of Mytilene.

However, the Cecil surname seems filled with clues. For example, the Cecil motto phrase, "Cor unum," looks like code for the Lapith, Coronis. It just so happens that Lapiths are known to have been on Lesbos, and then you can see in the Caecilius tree an Aemilia LEPIDa, wife of Metellus Scipio, and daughter of Mamercus Aemilius Lepidus LIVIanus. "Although Aemilia Lepida was engaged to be married to Cato the Younger, she in fact married someone else, leaving Cato to marry Atilia."

We will see Cato the Younger again later, but note Atilia. I'm on the look-out for what QuadrATILLA may have been named after. Cato the younger (son of LIVIa Drusa) was even the nephew of Quintus Caepio the younger, father of the Servilia Caepionis that had an affair with Julius Caesar. But here's something new to me: "Circa 63 BC, Cato divorced Atilia on the grounds of adultery (she was rumoured to have been one of the many lovers of Julius Caesar), later marrying a woman named Marcia. Atilia is not mentioned again." If you still have your scratch paper out, you may want to enter "Atilia liner" at one of the unknown great-grandparents of Quadratus Bassus (Quadratilla's father). To put it another way, one of the parents of Julius Severus may have been an Atilia liner, and of course his first name could indicate a line of Julius Caesar with Atilia.

Reminder: Attila the Hun was foundational to the Khazars, and the latter had a capital at Atil, but only now do I learn that Julius Caesar likely had an affair with Atilia, also spelled, Attilia. This is a powerful paragraph that can serve to prove Attila's ancestry, not necessarily from Mongolians, but from Romans. At Wikipedia's Atilia-gens page, we find that one of the leading Atilia branches was REGULus, and then a brother of Attila the Hun's father (Munzuk) was RUGILA. Regals are listed with Reagans, and they happen to share the dolphin with Caesars. You decide, but I'm already convinced of the Roman-Attila truth.

Royals/Rials, suspect from "Regal," share the Gone/Kohn bend, Atilia-important because Kohns are suspect with the Khazar Cohens. The Achesons (double-headed Roman eagle, I assume), using the Aiken rooster, and the Shield of Gone's/Gowans, apparently, can link to Akmonia-suspect Ackmans who share the red-on-white bend of Gone's/Kohns and Royals. The AITcheson variation of Achesons is linkable to Aide's because both surnames were first found in Berwickshire.

As Akmonia was home to a near-descendant of the Brogitarus character at Pessinus (Galatia), and as Pessinus became suspect with Piscinas ("fountain") smack beside the Seleucid location of Sulcis, I don't think it's coincidence that Achesons use a "chast" motto term. It gets no surname, but Casts are listed with fountain-using Cass's, who became suspect as Caesar liners too. Plus, Kennedys share the Cassel motto, the Cassel and Casey chevron (in Acheson / Ackman colors), and the Cassel dolphin that links well to the Caesar dolphin. The Kennedy / Cassel motto is clearly code for Lafins/La FONTs, moreover. Let's not forget that the Brogitarus line through Akmonia married the Seleucid-Maccabee line that got as far as the throne of Armenia in Tigranes Maccabee, for that is a prime suspect in forming Khazars from Caesar elements in the Anatolian theater.

This update comes back to show how the Atilia line may have been the parent of Julius Severus in Akmonia. You might want to remember that the Artems/Aitons were, as with Achesons/AITchesons, first found in Berwickshire, for Artems are suspect from Artemidoros, the grandfather of Julius Severus. The father of the latter, that being the son of Artemidoros, is not known, they tell us, and that's where the Atilia line with Julius Caesar becomes suspect. On your scratch paper with the family tree of these people, put a big question mark between the two men: Brogitarus > Amyntes > Artemidoros > ? > Severus > Bassus > Quadratus > Quadratilla.

Scottish Caseys use crows and are in the colors of the Cecils who apparently honor the Coronis crow of Patmos. Julius Caesar was traced to Patmos as per his Patrician heritage. The Patmos city of Skala traces to Sicels of Sicily, where "Cecil" may also trace. The PATents share the Schole/Scayle lozengy, and the latter use the Julian cross in the same colors. It just so happens that Scottish Caseys were first found in the same place (Lanarkshire) as the Khazar-suspect Biggars with a bend in colors reversed from the Casey bend. The crow and the raven are roughly the same in many cases, and then Shetland, which uses a "Byggar" motto term, uses the raven. The Arms of Shetland (the royal-Scottish unicorn) even uses a "skal" term that must be for Skala.

The spurs of Achesons suggest the Spurrs using a bend in Casey-bend colors, and then the same-colored Close's/Clovse's use another spur while being suspect with Closeburn of Patrician-suspect Kilpatricks...who, along with Patricks, share a black-on-white saltire with the Julian cross.

German Cassels are using three red chevrons in the colors of the same of Clare's and Dutch Halls. The latter use stars on their red chevrons, as do Cassans on their three red chevrons, suggesting that Cassans and Cassels are identical stock. As Cassans became suspect with Kos elements on multiple counts, its notable that Patmos is only about 40 miles from Kos. The purple-robed harlot was introduced to the world from Patmos. Cassel in German was paired with Hesse, where Akmonia-suspect Assmans (unicorn) were first found, and then the Hesse surname uses a giant sun that is very linkable to purple-robed El-Gabal...suspect at ancient Gabuleum, smack beside modern Has (Albania). Many writers trace the Bavarian Illuminati to Rothschilds out of Hesse-Cassel, and they with other writers view Rothschilds with Khazars. The Rothes of Bavaria use the crow / raven.

If this Maccabee / Jewish thing at the Roman quarter was indeed the harlot, then what about Javier Solana, the recent "boss" of Europe? Is the sun in the Solana Coat indication that the harlot rules the EU today? The Salmons use "probitas" while the Nevers/Nevays use "Sola proba quam honestas."

The Larins/Clarens use two chevrons in the colors of the Clare chevrons, though the point is that Larins were first found beside Lanarkshire, and are suspect with the Lurnack variation of Lanarks...meaning that Larins/Clarens may have named Lanark. In any case, the "an" motto term of Lanarks may be for the "Ane" motto term of Achesons because the Phater and Feeter variations of Larins/Clarens smack of the MurPHAT and MerFETT variations of Maves' while the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Murphys is that also of Achesons. While the Maves' above trace with Kilpatricks to Patmos, the English Maves'/Mavesyns trace by their bendy to Kos. The Chadwicks of Mavesyn link to the POTENT cross of Chads while PATENTS are the ones who trace to Patmos. We should ask why these Sadducee lines trace to Patmos, or at least why they merged with Julian-suspect lines from Patmos.

The Larins/Clarens are interesting as per their Lorn character of 503 AD, roughly the Columba > Aidan > St. Chad era. Lorn is said to be a son of Erc, and though it was a long-shot, I started seeking a way to trace Larins to the Arc river, location of Modane. The CHAMBERlains were perfect, for they use a chevron in the colors of the Larin chevrons, while there is a CHAMBRE location on the Arc. Moreover, the Chamberlain donkey is code for Donkeys and related Duncans (DunCHADS) who are easily trace now to St. Chad and Columba (see how in 1st update of this month). This recalls that French Chamberlains use the Chaddock and Chadwick Shield, a version of the Saddock/Sedgewick Shield.

Here is the quote that links the Atilia gens of Romans to the Regulus term like Attila's brother, RUGILA:

The cognomina of the Atilii under the Republic are Bulbus, Calatinus, Longus, Regulus, and Serranus; and of these the Longi were undoubtedly patrician. The only cognomen found on coins is Saranus, which appears to be the same as Serranus. Calatinus, also found as Caiatinus, probably refers either to the town of Cales in Campania, or to the neighboring town of Caia. One of the Atilii Reguli had previously obtained the surname Calenus in consequence of a battle fought at Cales in 335 BC.

The Atilii Reguli were the most important family of the gens. They appear in the latter half of the fourth century BC, and the Atilii Serrani are descended from them.

Campania again, where Capone's/Capua's were first found, as well as the location of Capua. One might even expect to see Serranus / Cales liners at Champagne. The Caia location in Campania looks capable of naming CAIAphas, and if correct, his name may or may not be a version of "Caepio." Perhaps his name was a combination of both, or perhaps Caia and CAEPio were one stock. It just so happens that the first update of this month had a Cale topic that traced to Campania, though I did not know of this Cales location at the time. If Capua traces to Cappadocians, then caia may go to "Qewe" or the namers of neighboring Ceyhan.

As per the Serranus branch of the Atilia, by what coincidence are Norwegian Sorens/Sorensons also "SEVERin"? As Severus happens to have been the grandfather of Quadratus Bassus, it really does make an Atilia suspect as one of Severus' parents. Moreover, while Hungarians gave their ancestry in Attila a stag symbol, note that German Sorensons use a stag. It's a red stag, the color of the Italian-Daniel stag, and then Sorensons have a Danish branch to boot while English Daniels are the ones sharing the Cnut unicorn. It could appear as though Danaan elements had merged with the Atilia gens.

The SAUERnson variation, and the fact that their red stag appears alone in the Coat, as does the same-colored lion of Sauers, suggests fairly strongly that Sorensons trace to the Sau / Sava river, where the Sauers are traced in their write-up. This is perfect, because Caepio's and their Servilius surname must trace to Servitium on the Sava, as well as to the Kupa tributary of the Sava. It just so happens that while Yonge's ("juene" motto term) have traced to Juno elements on the Una tributary of the Sava, German Jungs/Youngs/June's (Hungarian suspects) use the stag design of Italian Daniels. And look: the Cecil motto includes "Una." No guff. Better yet, let's tell that Cecils use "via una" while Chives', first found in the same place (Devon) as Cecils, use a "vi" motto term. PLUS, it just so happens that the Cecil Crest has blue lion, special to the Caepio line. The gold garb in the Cecil Crest links excellently, for that and other reasons to follow, to the Joseph garb.

English June's/Juens/Jungs were first found in the same place as Capone's and Julians. We are right-on track. Conans (both branches in June colors), suspect as of this update with stag-using Honors/Honans (i..e they trace to Valentinian elements on the Sava), have a branch sharing fleur-de-lys in the colors of the June/Juen fleur. It is very feasible for Conans, Conte's and some similar others to have been a branch of "Juno" because they are now linking to "Constantine," while the first emperor of that name traced to Valentinians on the Sava. English Constantine's/COSSENtine's even shares the black fleur of June's and Conans in the formation of the Cecil lions!! It makes the stars of French Constantine's suspect with the Julian stars. The CASSANs had been suspect with Kos'/KOSINski's, and now look linkable to Constantine's. Cassans are very likely in code in the Joseph motto, and had traced by their lozenges and blue dove to Cuppae, and therefore must trace to "Kupa." The Montagu's in the Cassan write-up use a motto term that must be for the Atilii Reguli. But why? Could Conans have been from "Kun" = Hun? If so, would that spoil a Conan trace to "Juno"? Not necessarily, for it may reveal that "Hun" was a Juno / Una / Oeneus line.

I had linked Constantine elements in Coutance / Co(n)tentin to royal Cottians suspect with Aurelia Cotta, mother of Julius Caesar, and so let's add that while Italian Cassans were first found in Modena, the Modens/Modeys, who share a fretty Shield with Cotta's/Cottins, were first found in the same place (Berkshire) as English Constantine's. Plus, the Wessels, suspect with Vestalis, son of king Cottius, use blue swans (matching the blue Cassan dove) as well as the Joseph / Comyns garbs. We are now dealing with the Caesar-Cottian line, one of the candidates for the birth of Joseph Caiaphas. Irish Constantine's (County Clare) show lions in the colors of the Wissel/Whistle lions (lozenges in familiar colors). The gold garbs and the lions in Wissel-lion colors of Murphys can apply here because the Murphys throw in a black fesse, symbol of Conans and WESTs (same place as Cecils). As Murphys came up as per variations of Maves'/Murphats/Merfetts, note that Wests use a "ma vic" motto phrase. German Wissels show the iron fist between wings, suggesting that "WHISTle" is a FIST branch.

The six lions in the Cecil Coat are in the colors of the Chives cats, and colors reversed to the six Savage lions in the same formation. There are ten blue-and-white horizontal bars in the Cecil Coat, and nine of the same in the Cavett/Cheve Coat (Caives/Cavey colors), important for proving that Chives' (branch of Cavetts) trace to Ceva, near a Cavetta river. The Crest of Buckley-related Buckle's is said to be "A cat rampant", and I trace these surnames to the namers of Buchan of Aberdeen, now suspect with lake Baccano because the Buchan Coat suggests linkage to the bulls of Buckleys/Bulkellys, in colors reversed to the bull of Whiters/Wittiers tracing to Viterbo. Mythical Bacchus (Dionysus) was a bull cult, and we'll see in the next update why Dionysus traces to a Sabatini area in the Viterbo / Baccano theater.

I apologize for the high traffic of things to add as we go along, making it hard to stay on any one topic. This problem is constant. Deciding where to insert additional points isn't always easy, as it breaks up the original flow. In this case, I want to address Buchanans (double tressure border) in order to trace them to Latins, and thus support their trace to lake Baccano. The "hinc" motto term of Buchanans, that is, can link to the Hinks (Berkshire) sharing the Annandale saltire (as used by Bruce's) that is found in the Coat of one Latin surname. The other Latin surname (Wiltshire) uses the saltire of Supers/Sopers and Hink-like WINGs, both traced along with HINKs (wings in Crest) to INSubres', whose domain likely spread to Chivasso, where "Chives" traces. The INCE's and related Inch's were in Cheshire, where Buckleys/Bulkellys were first found. The Polish Sobeks/Sobieski's were traced to Insubres, and they show only the BUCKLE, you see. It should be added that the Arms of Ayrshire is known to use the Annandale saltire, while the Ayers share QUATREfoils with Croms (see Annandale saltire of "Crom"-using Desmonds), first found in the same place as Hinks.

I suppose that Insubres are hereby tracing to the Jewish quarter of Rome. In fact, while Insubres are said to have founded Milan, Scottish Milans/Millens are said to have been Buchanans (they share the same lion). Milans/Millens ("SUCCERrere disco") are traced to Moray and share blue stars with INNIS' of Moray. There "disco" term traces them to Duncans now known (by me) to have roots in Columba and/or St. Chad. Innis share "vi" with Chives' and may therefore be using the Zionist stars of the Modena Cassans. English Cassans use "ProSEQUOR." Segni's/SEGURana's, very traceable to Constantine lines, and kin of Seagars, use a MOLINE cross for a Milan reason, right?

The Cassan tower is suspect as the Murena tower because I hold out that Maccabees were named after the ancestry of Cilnius Maecenas, who married the Murena family. Prior to knowing of the Modena Cassans, it was suggested (on theory) that Maecenas had a branch in Modena, named after Modi'in in Israel, home of Maccabees proper (Modena may not yet have been named when the Maccabees first embark upon history; Wikipedia doesn't say when Modena first went by that name.) With Cassans linking to the Joseph motto along with the Ferrara Charo's, let's repeat that German Vlads/Flattens/Lattens (the only Vlads that come up), suspect in the "wlad" motto term of Josephs, use a Zionist star in white-on-blue, colors reversed from the same of Innis (Flanders), and therefore linkable to the blue Cassan stars...the color of the Zionist star of Israel's flag today.

While I suspect that the Sobek buckle is a version of the Traby/Sadowski "scarf" (both can be construed as a 'Q'), note the unexpected knots used in the stirrups of the Italian Latins (Florence), for the Traby scarf has a knot too, and the stirrups are in the colors of the Traby/Sadowski scarf, but also in the colors of the Murphy (and Loewenstein) lions, which would not have been mentioned had not the same Murphys been using garbs in the colors of the same of Sticks, suspect with the Astikas' of Vilnius with whom the Trabys merged. As I link Sticks / Astikas' to Stocks/Stake's and Stake's/Stacks, the white lions of the latter two (concluded as the Montfort / Bohemia lion) become suspect with the Murphy / Loewenstein lion, especially as Lowens were first found in Bohemia. Stocks (Pembrokeshire) use a "qui INSons" motto phrase, but let's not forget that Pembroke's were at Avon, now suspect with "counts of Aventino."

The knots in the Latin stirrups have never before been mentioned. It was only after writing the paragraph above that the Stirrup surname was re-loaded, to find them first found in NOTTinghamshire. That explains the knots. Lowens use stars (upon a Quint-suspect chevron) in the colors of the giant star of Annas, first found in Nottinghamshire.

Streps/Strube's (curved chevron) look relevant because they were first found in the same place (Hamburg) as GORE-related Trips (i.e. Traby suspects). The so-called "white bird" (looks like a crane) of Stirrups can link to the a white-bird theme that was mentioned not many weeks ago, where a white crane, ostrich and stork were linked together in a trace to Kronkite elements at Crociatonum = Manche, where Sturs were first found that are suspect with Stirrups. In fact, the Strewe variation of Streps can suggest the stork-using Store's. Some cranes are code for UKRAINE, location of Trypillia.

The white ostrich (i.e. Traby symbol) was that of Lois' whom traced to mythical GORlois, part-code for Gore's without doubt because the Gore's link to UTHER Pendragon and the OTHERs = Windsors (Berkshire again). King Arthur was made born from Gorlois-Pendragon elements in Cornwall's TintaGEL location, which was traced to Tints and GALE's both using blue unicorns, but then Cnuts/Knots (supposed by others to be the namers of Nottingham) use the unicorn too. The unicorn in this case trace's to that of Fire's/Feuers and Demonte's at the Stura-Demonte valley of Cuneo. Tints were first found in the same place (Somerset) as Stur-suspect Leavells.

There is a question of whether the "una" motto term of Cecils links to the UNIcorn. A related question is what it was in CORNwall that traces to the Una river of Juno. The Gore's trace smack to Gorski and therefore to Servitium (see Gore and Cole motto) near the mouths of the Colapis and Una/Oeneus rivers, you see, so that Gorlois is from that area. The Tint lion is in the colors of the same of Wissels, first found in the same place as Tints. It just so happens that the chief Etruscan god, expected to trace to Juno in same ways, was Tint-like Tinia, and his wife was Uni. I expect the unicorn to be a symbol of Trojans whom I gleaned as proto-Etruscans along with the neighboring Lydians>Latins. Near Troy was a Thyni country.

All things from the Colapis and Una rivers are expected at Rome, right? Of course. And that's where Cecils are tracing as per Cacus at Rome. The CYCLops likely apply to "CECIL" and eye-ball Cacus because the single eye was an invention of myth writers for BLIND seers (I've read this), as for example, blind mythical Tiresias (can be code for the Tyre Taurus = bull cult, the Cacus symbol). TIRESias was near-equivalent with the Ladon dragon (both were made fathers of Daphne), and so note that Etruscans were TYRRhenians while Ladon represented proto-Latins. The ancients had seers depicted as blind but with an all-seeing-eye of perception that apparently gave rise to the invention of Cyclops's. Here's on online quote: "According to the legend, the Cyclopes had only one eye because they traded one eye in order to see the future." We get it: seers.

The myth writers gave also Gorgons a single-eye symbol, and then "GERYON," whose cattle were stolen by Cacus, looks like "GORGON." The single horn on the unicorn might have been play on the single eye prior to heraldry goons using the symbol for codes. Some Cyclops's are depicted with a single horn on their foreheads.

It could be a coincidence, or maybe not, but look at the two syllables of "Coruna," the location in Spain where the Spanish had traced Geryon. Cor-Una??? Does this suggest that Coronis was code for a Cor-Oeneus entity, through Methoni/Modon (mythical daughter of Oeneus), to the Oeneus river? Isn't Methoni/Modon the term that named Modi'in? Methoni/Modon is in the Messene (like "Maecenas") part of Greece, where one could expect the proto-Maccabees. And then the Skala trace to Sicily goes to the mythical Scylla monster which everyone identifies with a location in Sicily's Messina area. Let's not neglect PatMOS itself. It looks like Geryon is tracing to Patmos by this Coronis > Coruna theory, and so let's address Orthos, his two-headed dog, for Scylla was made a multi-headed dog!

I have just made a major discovery by first questioning whether the Urbanus river was of the Corban/Corbett surname. The Maezaei peoples are stamped between the Urbanus and the Oeneus. The Corban/Corbett surname, first found in the same place (Shropshire) as escallop-using Meschins and Rothes', uses the giant raven of German Rothes. I therefore got asking whether "Corban/Corbett" was from an ancient term as per a Chora-Patmos entity, for example, when I realized that CHARIBdis, the fellow monster of Scylla, smacks of "Corbett"! That works to clinch the Scylla monster from Skala while tracing Charibdis to Chora. I even read that mythical Asclepios -- named after an AESCULApius owl cult linkable to Kos -- had a cult on the east side of Sicily. Asclepios was a son of Coronis, wherefore he identifies with "Skala."

Peleg, Father of Hell

Google always gives me a hard time trying to find articles with versions of "Asclepios" as an owl entity. One needs to enter "Ascalaphus owl" at Google to make it cough up it up. Proserpina of the Romans, or Persephone of the Greeks, changed Ascalaphus into an owl. Note the Orpheus-like term below, lumped into what looks like a Gorgon theme as related to Perseus of Joppa, father of GorgoPHONE (i.e. he was likely the same entity as Persephone):

Ascaluphus. A son of Acheron by Gorgyra...or by Orphne....Servius (ad Aen. iv. 462) calls him a son of Styx...when subsequently this stone was removed by Heracles, [Persephone] changed Ascalaphus into an owl. According to Ovid, Persephone herself changed him into an owl by sprinkling him with water of the river PHLEGethon...There is an evident resemblance between the mythus of Ascalabus and that of Ascalaphus. The latter seems to be only a modification or continuation of the former, and the confusion may have arisen from the resemblance between the words askalaxos, a lizard, and askalaphos, an owl."

As mythical Phlegyas was a Lapith too, and even the father of Coronis, I now know what I've not known before, that he was symbol of the Phlegethon river. I had traced "Charibdis" with good evidence to mythical Charops, the line from proto-Hungarian Arpads (i.e. the Carpae / Arpii scythians) that produced Orpheus, whom in myth was placed at Lesbos, home of some Lapiths.

I am not familiar with the quote above that mentions the Phlegethon river (turns out to be mythical, in Hell). Nor have I known Ascalabus the lizard, though I mentioned (and forgot) him in passing in 2010. But I did identify ORPHeus as the Rephaites of king Og, the Biblical giant whose Rephaites were partially in the Jabesh-Gilead area and partially in the Rephaim valley on the west side of Jerusalem. It's going on years now since tracing "Og" and Keturah lines together and with good reasons to mythical Ogyges, at Attica. I did not at the time know / remember that Ascalabus' mother was Misme of Attica. As Ogyges was gleaned as the Ares dragon, he was traced to Gyges/Gugu of Ladon-related Lydia. Make sense?

I came to understand that "Rephaim" named the raven while "corvos = the Greek crow was named by a version of "Gareb," a location likewise on the west side of Jerusalem. Coronis is therefore the Gareb / Rephaite line to Patmos, which explains why Orphne is involved with the Asclepios entity. It stood to reason that JEBUSites of Jerusalem were named by "Jabesh," which term I recently traced to the several mythical Abas', especially the Danaan-related one in Argos. Perseus of Joppa was a mainline Danaan which I traced to the "Danites" at Laish (called the city of Dan by Israelites), home of JONAthan the pagan Levite that I traced to "Oeneus > JUNO." Are you with me? And so Jonathan traces to the chief Etruscan goddess too.

As Jabesh-ites trace through Joppa, in my opinion, to the Japodes, one can see here why Coronis elements should be at the Oeneus river. Keturah, the alternative wife of the Biblical Abraham (founder of Israelites), was traced with no doubt to mythical Kodros of Athens (in Attica), father of Medon. But here I find the following that should relate to Medan, Keturah's son with Abraham: "Abas, a son of METANeira who was changed by Demeter into a lizard, because he mocked the goddess when she had come on her wanderings into the house of her mother [Persephone]...Other traditions relate the same [lizard-related] story of a boy, Ascalabus, and call his mother Misme." It looks like the Asclepios Lapiths (suspect with "Levite") trace to the Keturah > Medan line in Misme-related Attica. It looks like "AscalABUS was the Abas = Jabesh line to Skala on Patmos. "MISme" might be of the Mus-expected namers of PatMOS.

The Abas page above even has this: "Abas, an Argive seer, son of Melampus and Iphianeira. He was the father of COERANUS, Idmon, and Lysimache." I've identified LYSimache with Laish, and had traced Keturah's son, Medan, through the mythical Hecate > Media line to the Hector Trojans that had alliance with Lysimachia, a real city opposite the Gorgon city of Parion/Parium, the latter obvious code for Hector's brother, Paris, and his father, Abram-like Priam. Abraham's children with Keturah were NOT Israelites.

Melampus can be gleaned as Melia of Boiotia whom myth writers linked with Inachus of Argos. It can be determined now that Jabesh-ites, en route to naming Japodes, also formed the Boeotians and the neighboring Euboeans, for another Abas is said to have founded the Abantians of Euboea. I think it works by viewing "Jabesh" rooted in Avv, as per the Biblical Avvites (in pre-Israeli times) who lived in the land of Philistines that included Ekron, a term I trace to ACRisius, son of Abas of Argos (there was also a mount Acra at Jerusalem very near mount Gareb). Let's not neglect ASCALon, another of the Philistine / Avvite cities. I'm making the point that some branches of Jabesh came without the "sh." In other words, then theory is that "Euboea" was an 'sh'-less Jab term, and from "Euboea," the Boeotians were formed. There happens to be a KOTOR location smack beside Butua (now Budva), known to be founded by CadMUS, who had previously landed in Boeotia (defeated the Ares dragon there). In other words, Butua was named by Boeotians.

Before knowing of Kotor, I found an online article saying that Cadmus and his wife (daughter of Ares) were changed into a fish at Butua. In other myth, the same couple had been changed into snakes when leaving Boeotia for Illyrium (Butua is in Illyrium). I was thrilled to discover this fish theme at Butua because I knew from Wikipedia's Saraka article that fish-using Saraca's of Ragusa were from Kotor (this Ragusa is in Illyrium, but there is another Ragusa in eastern Sicily, where Patmos elements landed, right?). Then, later, to my astonishment, I discovered that Kotor-like KODRos of Athens had a fish symbol. Just like that, Keturah's son was traceable with the Cadmus Boeotians to the Kotor theater. Moreover, Kodros had another son said to have founded Ephesus, where the Merops-of-Kos line was traced by ancients.

On top of these things, there is a Cephissus river between Boeotia and Athens while Ogyges was an entity in both Boeotia and Attica. The Cephissus can be gleaned with mythical Cepheus, father of Perseus' wife at Joppa, AndroMEDA, she being the line to the mythical Medea witch (thought to be the founder of Medes) that worshiped Hecate (she was given multiple dog heads, like Scylla). In other words, the Keturah > Medan was in AndroMEDA while Perseus (descendant of Abas and Acrisius) was the line of Laish's proto-Danaans. It can also be gleaned that Io, the goddess of Argos, was of the Juno- and Oeneus-like Ionians, and therefore from Jonathan the priest of Laish. In this picture, it can be gleaned that the pagan Levites out of Laish had a cow symbol (that of Io), reflecting back, perhaps, to the golden calf that Aaron had made not long before Jonathan.

My work has not been in vain. The devil's sons have recorded for us the many secrets of history all pertaining to Abraham and leading to the final dragon cult now embarking upon a secretive globalism. But make no mistake about it: Abraham would not have tolerated Keturah's wicked bloodlines.

Another mythical river of the Greek Hell was COCYTus, like "JOKTan," not likely coincidental because Joktan's brother, Peleg, appears in play with the PHLEGethon river of Hell. Therefore, the Greek underworld was an invention from non-Israeli Hebrew tribes. There are two ways to look at these things: 1) play on words taking place where Cocytus was a term meaning "lament" yet looking like "Joktan." "Phlegethon" was taken from "fire" while yet reflecting "Peleg"; 2) There were real Cocyt-like and Phleg-like locations / tribes that later came to mean "lament" and "fire" due to their previous adaptation to after-life themes.

It just occurred to me that "Cocytus," where the second 'c' is softened, could evolve to "Castor," twin brother of Peleg-like Pollux. Or, look at how "PLACIDia" reflects "PHLEGETHon, for Placidia's daughter, Justa, might be a Castor entity. Or, perhaps, soften "Joktan" to "Justine," wife of Valentinian I, and likely related to Justa, daughter of Placidia and Valentinian III. It just so happens that while this is coming to mind for the first time ever, nothing in this paragraph had the Stix-Stick topic in the paragraph below in mind, yet Justine was traced to the Astikas over a year ago.

As for the possibility that the river Styx formed the Stick and Astikas surnames, it's notable that the Sticks use garbs (but call them "sheaves"), symbol of Garebites. Crabs, first found in the same place (Cambridge) as June's, use fleur-de-lys in the colors said to be owned by Peleg-possible Ploughs, and June's use fleur-de-lys in the colors of the same of Cocytus-like Cockets. No guff. Mythical terms were almost-always in reflection of some real entity, and the same can go for "Styx." That's how the myth writers played their fun and games.

The river Styx can now be traced to Astakos off the Akheloos river of Greece (i.e. where the Astikas' trace without doubt along with the Sire's/Sirons/Sirets). The Akheloos was home to the Siren and TAPHIAN pirates that I identify with "DAPHNE," and she was a part of the founders of Somerset and Devon while Sticks were first found in Somerset. The Stick "sheaves" trace as Shawia and/or Qewe liners to the Chives'/Shives'/Shevas' (Devon), kin of Cavetts/Chavo's/Schavo's/QUEVals. Daphne's blind father, Tiresias, traces to the blind-theme Cecils (likewise first found in Devon) who share the Cavett bars. This works too well not to be all true, and the Taffs are even using a version of the Fessy cross and motto, a motto that is part-code for the Segni's/Segurana's that trace, with Sire's/Sirons, to Justine. The Justine surname can be linked easily to the Arms of Vilnius, home of the Astikas'. The Taff fretty is even in colors reversed to the Caves/Cavie and Caen fretty, while the Astikas-suspect Stocks are said to be from a location near Caen.

The "hoc" motto term of Taffs is therefore a potential Joktan-line code. For example, Sire's/Sirens share a coiled snake with the Asclepios rods of HUCKabee's (chevrons in Taff-fretty colors). Hucks share a couple of Huckabee chevrons while using owls as code for the same Asclepios entity. It's sheer love of paganism, right? The Hawks (purple) can now be traced to Hucks due to the "pilgrim STAVES" in the Hawk Coat, for Stave's use a chevron in Huck-chevron colors. Moreover, the Stave's are listed with Stephensons while the other Stephenson Coat is a version of the Valentin Coat! The Stephenson / Valentin bend was traced to the same-colored bend of Peleg-like Jewish Pollocks. It therefore appears that the PILGrim surname (more staves) should be a PELEG liner. The Stave's even use the Plough fleur in colors reversed.

I trace Stave-suspect Staffs, Stubbs and Stubbings to Stobi of ancient Paeonia, but Stobi is near PELAGonia (lower-left). The map below has "Pelagonia" marked right through Stobi.

The hawk's lure is used in a Gard Crest, and the Gards (Cork) are said to be a branch of UNIachs. I ignore the derivation of the Uniachs in the write-up, and suggest that they are Uni elements, for I traced MUSKERRY at Cork to Massa-Carrara at Tuscany...where the Uni goddess was primary. I think I have this right, I can see that Cork was from Chora of PatMOS. One Coch surname (Cornwall) is listed also as Corr/Cork/Gough, and shows nothing but the tails of the Tail/Tailor lions. The Cocks were likewise first found in Cornwall. Therefore, the Cocytus river of hell is tracing through Lapiths of Patmos to south-west Ireland.

The other Gard Coat can be gleaned as using the Stephen chevron, colors reversed from the Stave/Stephenson and Lure chevrons, because this Gard Coat is a version of the Pulley/Pullen Coat, a surname that is once again, as per it's PELICan (Arthur symbol), linkable to Peleg liners. The Biggars, in Stave colors, use another pelican. The assumption is that Pulchers were Peleg liners.

It shouldn't be assumed that Cork was strictly a Chora line because there was a KURKura city, now Kirkuk, that had previously been Arrapha/Arrapachitis, where I think Rephaites trace. Kirkuk is near MOSul, you see, so that Muskerry can trace to that place. In this picture, Kurkura and Mosul elements trace to Chora and Patmos respectively, but Kurkura liners may have branched to several Cork-like ones before naming Chora. Horites (proto-Cronus?) were in Nuzi, very near Mosul and Kurkura.

It just so happens that while Mosul in ancient times was also Mepsila, that term traced to the mythical-Mopsus seer at Clarus (Lydia-Caria border, on-shore from Patmos), while County Clare is near Cork and includes a Corca Baisgin location. Mopsus was very much like an ABAEUS seer cult (at Phocis, near Delphi) suspect with "Abas" and the MaccABAEUS term of Israelites. Mopsus was also, Muksus, you see, a term very traceable to Mocissus/Mokissos on the north of lake Tatta. In this picture, Maccabees may have been more like Avvites and Arphaxadites than Jews. It is likely that Phocis traces to Phocaea directly on-shore from Lesbos, where I traced the Yuya Mitanni suspect in "Modi'in."

The Irish Maghans/Mathuna's/Manns (probably a version of the Cork-related Tail/Tailor Coat) are said to be of Corca Baisgin, and they share the Taff Crest identically. While the Taffs honor the Segurana's, the latter use a version of the MacArthur moline while the Arthur crown is in the Crest of Maghans/Mathie's/Manns. If MacCARTHy's of Muskerry were CARTHaginians, then perhaps "Maghan" related to Mago liners merged with Massi's/Mattis' whom I trace to Massa-Carrara. That Maghan-Mago theory is new right here, and seems perfect, for Massa-Carrara (near the sources of the Trebia) is generally where I expected Carthaginians / Numidians.

Joktan and Og may have been named after the same entity. As we are seeing Cock liners tracing to Cornwall, its notable that Sticks were first found in nearby Somerset. One can trace the Sparta-suspect founders of Somerset back to Sephar, Biblical home of Joktanites. They are said to have lived between Mesha and Sephar, but Mesha is suspect with Mosul if Sephar was Subartu. Although I feel sure that Sticks trace to Astakos, note the Astacus location at the extreme lower-right of the map below, smack beside Anicii-like Nicaea having the alternative name of Ancore. Not far across the Propontis shore from Nicaea, there is a MACEStus river that may relate to the Mocissus.

As Cacus is tracing to lozenge-using Cocks and Cochs, note that Wissel's (Somerset) use lozenges in colors reversed, and let's remind that Losinj is in the Gorski theater. But why are Etruscans tracing from the Una theater all the way to Cornwall's king Arthur at Tintagel? Apparently, it has to do with the trace of the Pierleoni to Somerset, especially as Arthurian myth valued Percival above most other characters. As Percivals trace to Perche, where Bellamys were kin of Macestus-like Maceys, it's a good bet that the Prusa location, on the map between Macestus and Nicaea, relates to Percivals. However, "Pierleoni" is said to be rooted in Peter Loewenstein, and I have a tough time linking "Peter" to "Prusa."

This would be a good place to add that Anicii-like Anchors/Annackers use a bull in Crest, a Geryon symbol while his Gorgons are expected at Parion/Parium (shown) on the opposite side of the Propontis. The Cyzicus location between Parium and the Macestus might possibly have been Cacus-like in centuries earlier. Mopps are listed with MODburley elements using the same double fesse bars as Nicaea-like Nice's/Ness', suggesting that Mopsus / Muksus elements were near Nicaea. These latter two surnames are both traceable to Mitanni, but Modburley is suspect with Modi'in, a good reason to trace "Maccabaeus" to the Macestus Mysians.

But no matter what we might trace Maccabee foundations to, at Mysia, I think it needs to go through king Massena first. The likelihood is that the Myrina Amazons, of Lemnos for example, and known to have moved into Africa's Atlas mountains, home of Massena's people, later joined the Romans (i.e. as Massena did) and formed the ancestry of Cilnius Maecenas, noting that he married Myrina-like Murena.

Of note is that the Mopps/Modburley Crest shows a weight scale, symbol of the Arms of Vilnius, the Justine's, and the Sire's/Sirons. If it seems that Mopsus traces to the Astacus location at Nicaea, then the Astikas' of Vilnius can trace to that area as well as to Astakos off the Akheloos.

The Kendals (they were identical to Candale near Bordeaux that traces to Excalibur-suspect Borders, Somerset) were first found in Cornwall, and share the dolphins of Tippers (Cornwall) and the chevron of Pendragons (Cornwall) in colors reversed. This dolphin is suspect with the Tiresias/Ladon > Daphne line, jibing with my trace of "Daphne" to "Devon" (between Cornwall and Somerset). I traced the Dumnonii founders of Devon and Somerset to LaceDEAMONians = Spartans (near the Ladon river), but had traced Spartans to "Subartu" of ancient Assyria, reasoned to be home to Joktanite Hebrews and suspect with the ox > bull cult of Moloch worshiped by Sepharvites. These Sepharvites are expected in the so-called Sephardic Jews of Spain, but I expect them through the Pierleoni and into Leon of Spain. I had traced "JOKTAN" to "OCCITania," what later became Aquitaine, location of Bearne and Candale. Bearne was home to Cassans, the Italian branch first found in Modena.

One Cassan surname has lozenges in the colors of the Coch and Cock lozenges, which therefore expects Cassans in some relationship with Kendal. The Cassans can also be linked to Ash's of Devon's Esse entity, because English Cassans share the triple chevrons of German Ash's.

Remember: "The Cassan tower is suspect as the Murena tower." The so-called canton square in the Cassan Coat is in honor of the Canton surname (colors-reversed version of Washington Coat) that shares the double fesse bars (in colors reversed) of Nice's/Ness' and Mopps' (i.e. the surnames suspect with the Mitanni), a good reason to trace Modena to the Mitanni. The Italian Cassan Coat is in the colors of the Modena flag, by the way, and the Arms of Modena's Dukes used the Este eagle, making the white-on-red eagles on the opposite half suspect with the Lorraine bend. However, eagles in those colors are used by Chills/Childs, who are suspect with "CILnius" because the Tarents use the Chill/Child Coat in colors reversed while Cilnius Maecenas married Terentia, from a family using both the Murena and Terentius surnames. See also the Falton eagle later in this update.

I've never had the evidence, until now, for a years-old claim that Scottish Stewarts are using the checks of the Massi's/Mattis'. I was just reading from the Modena article that Mary of Modena-Este married James II of England, a Stewart. I recalled that Modena-Este was into Massa-Carrara, and then came to the page below telling this: "In 1731 [not long after the death of Mary of Modena] Cybo-Malaspina dynasty [= Massa-Carrara] was dynasty [sic] ended and their heirs were the Este dynasty of Modena from 1743. The arms of Modena-Este and Cybo-Malaspina were merged and Massa used after 1790 (and until 1829) the white flag with the Cybo-Malaspina shield simplified, with Austrian scutcheon [you can see the Austrian fesse in the Arms of Modena above]...Massa flag (1829 - ?) was a variant of Modena flag (?) with three red flowers or trebol (?). I noted this image more that 25 years ago and I don't remember the source."

As you can see, the Arms of Massa-Carrara use checks in the colors of the Stewart checks, suggesting that they came over from Modena-Este as owned by the family of Mary. I wonder who had the checks first; they are in Este colors. As the royal James' produced a couple of royal Charles', it's notable that English Charles' ("HONORES" motto term) use a white-on-red eagle, the color of the eagle in the Arms of Modena. The Charles Coat is even split in the two colors of the split Trent Shield. As the Faltons use the same spread eagle, zikers, note that Faltons a little ways below are brought up as per Anicia Faltona Proba (died 432), kin of emperor Olybrius who married Placidia, daughter of Valentinian III, the latter being brother to Justa Grata HONORIA, and succeeding emperor HONORIUS, suggesting that the royal Charles' were from that line.

Moreover, the "l'honneur" motto term of owl-using Montagu's had come up earlier only due to Montagu's being in the Cassan write-up! It's not actually surprising that Valentinian elements should have been through Modena because Valentins were first found near Este. But what's more, Mary of Modena was robbed of royal descendants in England when another queen Mary took over who was a daughter of a Hyde surname, which can explain why the Hyde lozenges are in the Sire/Siron Coat.

The portrait of queen Lady Mary, done in 1677, and the portrait of Mary of Modena, done in 1680, look like the same woman to me (if either of these images disappear, email me to get them from my files). Was there some funny business going on? Does Lady Mary look 15 years old, which is what she was supposed to be in 1677? She looks older, doesn't she? Lady Mary married the first Hanoverian king of England, William of Orange. Is there any evidence that Hanoverians used Modena-Este symbolism? The Hanover surname at houseofnames shows no Coat. The Arms of Hanover use a white-on-red horse, not upright like the Kent or Saxon horse. Este's use a horse too, in black, but Este-related Pepins use a white horse. It was recently determined that Hyde's, who come up as "Ide," were from Ida, daughter of Pepin of Landen, ancestor of the French Charles'. Therefore, the Hanover horse is suspect from the Pepins through to the Hyde's (Lady Mary was a daughter of Anne Hyde).

But, in case Lady Mary was Mary of Modena (the latter's children died young), it's interesting that she would be paired with William of Orange whose symbol was, apparently, the horse of Este-related Pepins. Ida was styled "of Metz," and Metz is in the Lorraine theater, important if the bend in the Arms of Modena above are using the bend in the Arms of Lorraine. In other words, Mary of Modena may have descended from Lorraine elements of the Ida kind, and thus secretly accepted a new marriage with William of Orange because he too was from an Ida line. That's my theory, wild and momentarily acquired. Here's the Wessel horse in the same position and colors.

One of the king George's of the English Hanoverians was insane, thought my some to have had porphyria. Pollocks are suspect as carriers of the porphyria genes, and then Pollocks trace to the same Valentinian line as Mary of Modena. The natural thing to do was to look up the George surnames to see whether the Hanoverian George's might apply to one, and that brought up[ the BLUE DOVES of the English George's, SHOCKING because blue doves are used by the Hampshire Cassans!!! Plus, the doves are in the colors of the Wessel swans while the Wessel garbs are those of the Hampshire Josephs. It looks like Hanoverians go all the way back to Vestalis, son of king Cottius, likely a descendant of Julius Caesar's mother.

The George Crest has "laurel branches" while Lorraine's use "a branch of laurel." Between the George laurel, there's a black talbot with a defined / gold ear.

If that's not enough, the English George's use a fesse in the colors of the German Cassan fesse, and moreover call it a "a blue fesse between three blue doves VOLANT". This recalls the "Valens et volens" motto of Feathers, relevant because emperor Valens was the brother of Valentinian I. Then, in consideration of the Metz surname using the Vatican orb, see this from a coin at Wikipedia's Valens article: "On reverse, Valens and his brother Valentinian I hold together the orb, a symbol of power." Hmm, I had traced the heraldic "orb" to the Orbieu area in Aude, where I trace the "AUDacter" motto term of Pollocks.

Here are the Volens/Valens/Falen (WestPHALIA) sharing the red FOOTless (should connect to variations of the Feathers) martlets of the Pollock-related French Alans (Pollocks and Alans likely have the same ancestry, and if you don't know, Alans became the royal Stewarts that Mary of Modena married. These red martlets are used by the Brittany Henrys (Cassel colors) while the Hampshire Josephs are said online to derive either from a Henry Joseph or Joseph Henry (I forget which) of Hampshire, explaining why the French Josephs are now showing the footless martlet (in the colors of the same of Pullens).

Note the Motte-Henry location of the Brittany Henrys, for Motts were first found in Cotes-du-Nord on the west side of Dol. The Brittany Henrys are also said to be from Montfort, between Rennes and Cotes-du-Nord.

Conrad Black, previous owner of the Jerusalem Post, had a brother, GEORGE Montegu Black III, sons of GEORGE Montegu Black II. I don't know how far back the Black-Montagu relationship goes back, but without this in mind, the Blacks were traced a few updates ago to Coutance, where Montegu's are said to derive. I kid you not, that Montagu's were not on my mind, nor even a topic, at that time. Conrad Blacks grandfather, GEORGE Montegu Black, was the son of GEORGE ANDERSON Black. I KID YOU NOT, that when this paragraph was started, it wasn't due to the George's that happened to come along; I just wanted to make the Cassan link to Blacks. I KID YOU NOT, when this paragraph was started, I didn't even know that the Anderson surname would crop up, AMAZING because Danish Andersons use a white horse in the position of the Hanover horse!!! Zap, what a surprise.

Cassans are very new to my focal points as of this update. Cassans are honored in the Joseph motto, and then Wessels use two symbols relating to both Joseph surnames (the French branch of Josephs once showed the swan), and here we are finding that Hanoverian royals can link both to the Wessels and to Cassans of Modena (share a blue fesse with German Cassans).

Belgium George's use "a Shield divided PERPALE", perhaps a code for porphyria, the PURPLE disease. Pepin of Landen was from Belgium. The scallops of the Belgian George's are in the colors of the same of Gastons , first found in Surrey, where the Carrick-related Share's/Shere's were first found, both of which share the black talbot with English George's. The ear of the latter George's can link to the Eyers and Ayers, from the same place (Ayrshire) as Carricks. I traced the Surreys/Surrichs to "Zurich," which is beside Kyburg, and then the Arms of Kyburg use a combination of gold-on-black bends and gold-on-black upright lions, two symbols that are evident in the German George Coat. See also the Carol lion, and the Hagel Coat (Taff-fretty colors) with the suspicion that Hagels trace to "Akheloos."

Back on the page for Gaston IV of Foix, whose daughter married Gaston of Candale, one can see in his Arms a helmet with plumes of feathers, a symbol of the True's/Trews (same place as Peirs), and then the Kendal surname is said to be first found at TREWorgy, in DULoe. The write-up also traces Kendals to a Pelyn location while Pelyns are listed with Whelans/Phelans suspect in the whale of DOLs. Some Phelan variations strike us like the Volens/Valens/Falens that linked to the martlets of the Dol Alans.

The above is a sure trace because the wavy Dol fesse is used by Dutch Ghents, an expected part of John of Gaunt's family at Candale. In the midst of what look like six feathers (ostrich feathers?) in the Arms of Gaston IV, there is what looks like a collared talbot dog. Trews are said to have had a location at Wiltshire (Somerset theater), beside Dorset, where English George's were first found.

Is the Sickle of Cronus in Revelation 14?

"George" is a name suspect from Gorgons, whom are honored in the center of the Arms of Sicily. The Sicilians must have loved Gorgons because they too were Gorgons. The Greek sickle was a trepani, like that Trapani area in western Sicily. When a myth writer had Cronus castrate Uranus with a sickle, was it code for CORONIS elements of Patmos removed to Sicily? Did the English sickle take on that form from "Sicel," founders of Sicily at the Scylla end of Sicily? The center of Sicily was home to Sicanians, whom I traced to Sicyon, a couple of miles CORINTH. Corinth was given the Medea Colchians in mythology, and Colchians became GEORGians.

None of the variations showing for the Sissel surname look like they apply to Sicily, but then they could all be of a bunch of Sicilians taking on forms such as "Siston/Sison." They were first found in the same place as Samsons, whose scallops trace to Scylla, and are said to derive from a Roger of Berkeley character, which evokes Roger Guiscard of Sicily, who married Pierleoni. The Berkeley surnames use patee crosses that trace to Patti, beside Scylla. The nine Patti crosses of English Berkeleys may indicate a Muse line suspect at PatMOS. The Guiscards got involved with Hohens of southern Italy, as well as with the rooster of northern Sardinia, a good place to expect the Cock rooster. Berkeleys are said to be from Normans, and in particular from Robert fitxHarding, which should explain why Hardys share an engrailed cross of the same type with Sinclairs.

Thus, Berkeleys, named after their Berkeley castle in Gloucestershire, were Hardings / Hardys by surname, and can therefore trace to the stock of Alpinian royal Scots that you'll find in the Gregor write-up. The first time that Gregor(y)s were treated, a few months ago, they were traced to Patmos. Therefore, this looks like a Skala to Scylla line, where Patti was named after Patmos, and the namers of PatMOS were at least related to the namers of Messina. Robert fitzHarding is said to be a viking at the time of the Conqueror, and so the Rollo line that I imagined at Moray prior to the Norman invasion of England looks like it involved these Hardings. I expect the pre-Norman lines in Moray to be from the Mures-river Khazars, for example the Biggars who are honored in the Arms of raven-depicted Shetland, which uses a "skal" term too.

Scottish Berkeleys/Barkleys use Patti crosses in the colors of the Moray stars. They are said to have been in Gloucestershire "long before the Norman conquest," meaning that they were not yet connected with Guiscards (unless Guiscard ancestry was with the Hardings). After rebelling against the Conqueror, the Hardings fled to royal-Scot circles, what Alans, Meschins, and many others did too. It says only that the "established a line close to the Scottish throne." They could be using the Mackay Shield. They used the Maurice name, which as a surname includes "Morys," and in fact the French Maurice/Morise Coat (Guyenne) is identical with the Scottish Berkeley/Barkley Coat. French Hardys were likewise first found in Guyenne, thereby clinching the Harding-Hardy link. Links to the Hardys in the write-up of the Moray Douglas' seem thus assured. We would like to know whether the Herods were at the root of this.

The French Maurice surname traces to Phoenicians, which could be a clue that Barkleys had a line from Hannibal Barca. I would not, however, discredit their line from the Biharia Khazars, for Hardings even share a blue-on-white bend (Hardy colors) with Biggars. As Guyenne was Gascony, where Martels were first found, its notable that the Hardings (Derbyshire) use MARTLets. The blue Harding bend with gold symbols can be linked to the same of Nottings/Nutts, first found in Gloucestershire (i.e. the location of Berkeley castle).

The Biggar bend has the rarity of being thin, as is the blue Charo/Claro bend. Biggars were first found in the same place (Lanarkshire) as Hardys.

Hmm, French Hardings said to be of Soustons (in LANDES), perhaps linkable to Siston of the Sissels/Sisons, for the latter were from Berkeleys who just traced to Guyenne. Martels go back to Pepin of Landen and Ida of Metz, while Metz's use nine besants, the number of the Sissel crosses. Scottish Landes' are said to originate in Burgundy with a Landres version in Lorraine, the Metz theater. Charles-suspect Carls share pomegranates with the Crispins/Crepons of Lorraine. There is a possibility that the Crippin variation of Crispins was a Griffin line.

Hmm, French Landres' are using more martlets, this time in the colors of the footless Joseph martlet. Plus, the Landres martlets are around a single chevron in Levi-chevron colors, thus matching the single chevron of Foots / Fothes' suspect in FOOTless martlets! Truly, the Landres martlets may have been part of the very origin of the footless code. Landres' are said to be from "Barrois, part of the Duchy of Bar", and as the Lorraine Bars were from Baars of Brunswick, let's also re-mention the "brown as a nut" code in the write-up of Bruno-suspect Nottings/Nutts. The Landres write-up suggests that they had a Landry location in Savoy. I don't think I can agree with the Landres' being traced to "Andres/Andrew."

If correct that Joseph-Caiaphas lines were to the Landres' of Lorraine, the lion of English Landres (Cornwall) can be the Ferrari lion, traceable to Ferrara, where Joseph-beloved Charo's were first found. Let's add that Fothes-suspect Landres' use a CORNucopia as part-code, possibly, for Cornwall elements. The Charo bull traces to Turin's Chieri area, not far from Chivasso on Turin's other side, and then Chivasso's Chives' were first found in the same place as English Landrys (oak tree). But Chives are said to have had a location in Aberdeen, where pomegranate Carls were first found, and then pomegranate Crispins were from a Pharisee-suspect area (Paresse/Parez) of Lorraine, and Pharisees are still suspect from the namers of Ferrara.

Of further interest, the Buchans of Buchan, Aberdeenshire, share the Shield of the Landes Hardys, both using black-on-white lion heads reflecting the same-colored bear heads, around a chevron in the colors of the Hardy chevron, of Landons. The Forbes' of Aberdeenshire likewise use bear heads. The latter were even first found in the same place (Cornwall) as Landres'/LANGdons, who might just trace all Land elements to Langhe at Ferrara-suspect Montferrat. As the Ferrari lion is likely the Sforza lion while Sforza's were first found in Rome, its notable that Buchans can trace to lake Baccano on the north of Rome. Sforza's had acquired the titles of Chappes' suspect Visconti's, first found in Parez-like Perusia.

Cornwall is not far from the Somerset Percivals sharing the black bear head with Landons/Langdons, and zowie, here's a new find: PERCivals (who were merged with Leavells of Somerset) share white patee crosses with BERKeleys! That makes Percivals, Pierce's/Peirs and Perche's suspect with Hannibal Barca, but then consider also the PERUGia version of "Perusia," for the origins of Caiaphas and Annas are still suspect with Hannibal circles as they merged with Ligurians in the northwest part of Italy, anywhere from Ceva to Chivasso. If I recall correctly, Carthaginians crossed the Alps west-to-east though the area having rivers to Turin.

I'm not sure whether a distinction needs to be made between Barca liners and the namers of Berkshire or the Conteville-related Burghs. I become confused where there are a high number of surname variations all potentially linkable. There is even the problem of Barcs/Barks (brown larks) listed with "Berk." Larks (same place as Barks/Berks) are also "LAUERk," and thus traceable to Lorraine liners, or to Larins/Clarens that share two red chevrons with Perche's. Not only do Larks use footless martlets, but also the chevron and format of Foots, Fothes' and the martlet-using Landes' now connecting to French Josephs. The Lark Crest even shares the gold garb with the English-Joseph Crest, and then these Josephs are suspect with English Burghs. French Josephs were first found in Maine while English Maine's (Devon) use the Perche chevrons in both colors.

I recall tracing Larins/Clarens to a Larino (Apulia) location at / near one of Hannibal's wars. French Larins/Lorens (Lorraine-eagle colors) may be using the Happs/Abbs scallops.

Put it this way, that if Barks/Barcs/Berks were from Hannibal Barca, the Bark larks links Joseph Caiaphas rather hard to his line. The "mago" motto term of Josephs is the name of Hannibal's brother. About the only way to get out of the apparent reality here is to deny that Josephs were in honor of Caiaphas. The Berkshire's (fret) even use another thin, blue chevron for a link to Joseph-beloved Charo's/Claro's, while Berks/Burghs share a cat in Crest with Chives'.

Mortons (Wiltshire, same as Berkshire's) use quarters in colors reversed from the Berkshire / Dutton quarters, but I would not like to know whether the buckles in the Coat of English Mortons traces to Baccano. Several red-on-white chevrons, used also by the buckle Mortons, have traced to the Viterbo / Baccano theater. The Mortons are honored by the Walch's (same colors and format) who had a branch in Roxburghshire, where one branch of Leavells was first found. The kicker is, I really don't know whether, and can't recall how well, PIERleoni's trace to Piers/Pierces, or whether it is even warranted where "Pierleon" is from "Peter." However, for this problem, let's repeat this, "Yorkshire Percys are in Peter colors, and share "Dieu" with the Peter motto. "Perans" was entered as per the "EsPERANCe" motto term of Percys, to find Perans/Perrings (Cone / Conan colors) likewise first found in Yorkshire. The Perans/Perring Crest: "A fir cone PROPER on a mount". Fir trees are shared by Alis'/Alice's and Alpins/Appins." The Alis' (in the motto of Joseph-beloved Cassans) are the ones specifying "muzzled" bears, symbol of Percivals who are in turn said to be of the Somerset Leavells. In this way, Peter liners can trace to Piers/Pierces and similar surnames, and yet it just seemed that Percivals should trace to "BERKely," and from there back to "Barca."

One solution is to trace Barca's in early (perhaps BC) times to the Trastevere area, assuming that the latter location went to scarlet Thrashers/Tresure's of Somerset...who share a double tressure border with Baccano-suspect Buchanans, the latter in Landres / Levi colors and likely using the lion of Landon-suspect Buchans (in the colors of the Levi lion). This is the thing now under investigation for identification with the Revelation harlot. As the Benjamites trace to this area north of Rome, it's interesting that Larks, in Benjamin colors, were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Benjamins. The latter use the Walch saltire-with-annulets. One could add that Walch-suspect Walkers (annulets) were first found in the same place as Percys / Perans'.

As Walchs / Walkers trace to Muntenia of Wallachia, that's roughly where the Trotus river flows. Muntenia (home of the Cotesii) is exactly the Rimni area suspect with Benjamites of Rimmon. The bear of French Benjamins/Jammins (linkable to Berkeleys / Maurice's of Landes) is suspect in the bear of Trotts/Truths, using pale bars in the colors of the same of Scottish Walkers, and first found in Berkshire. Amazingly, I think I've just learned for the first time that the six red-and-gold Trott bars are identical to the Cotes bars, important because Cotes' can now be clinched with the Cotesii (upper-right on map below). Note the BURRIDensii on the northwest side of the Cotesii, suspect with the Borders of Somerset.

Scottish Walkers suddenly look linkable to Spurrs, spur-using Murphys, and Maves/Murphats. In any case, Bordens were just looked at for possible tracing to the Burridensii, and while they have a Burdin variation, they share double axes with Danners/Dane's while German Trotts use what could be the checkered Dan chevron.

After Barca liners went to Trastevere, as the theory here goes, they evolved into Perche / Percival liners (as the theory goes) that included Barks, Berks and Berkeleys. Out of some Pere-like variations that remained in Rome, Peter names arose that came to name the Pierleoni. It's theory only without hard evidence at this time. However, Pere's/Peers/Peirs are the ones with a bend in colors reversed to the Ivery bend traceable to the Yvery location of the Percival-Leavells. The Ivery lion is even red, the color of the LoewenSTEIN lion, and this would be a good place to remind that while I identify the Revelation harlot with Ishtar, whose ancient symbol was the eight-pointed star, Rothsteins and Steins both use that star.

Moreover, Berkshire is at London, where Capes' were first found that share the Happs/Abbs scallops, the latter surname very suspect with Habsburgs thought to be from Pierleoni = Lowensteins. English Lowens are in Leavell/Lowel colors and should be using the Quint chevron and perhaps the Annas star. It is probably important that Lowens were first found in Shropshire while using a chevron in the colors of the Alan fesse.

The question then becomes whether "Pharisee" was a development from "Barca." Multiple theories on the origin of "Pharisee" have cropped up over the years, but where Caiaphas traces hard to Landes' and Landres' in Bar-related Lorraine, where there is a Parez/Paresse location, I think it's a good idea to consider a trace of "Barca" to mythical Paris in Mysia, where Aeneas came out of who had close relations with Carthaginians before splitting from them. Carthage is in the Amazon (Amazighen) area of north-Africa, home of a branch of Mysians.

For the new idea that proto-Khazars were a Caesar line out of the Jewish quarter of Trastevere, let's add that the IVERY Coat is a green version of the Biggar Coat, explaining why Biggars show a GIVERn variation. Suddenly, the Sissel-Berkeley-Maurice topic not far above, that linked to Biggars, can go to the Pere's/Peirs, Piers/Pierce's, and Percivals. The latter three are definitely connectable right here and now with little doubt. The only thing of doubt is a Trastevere trace to Tresure's. However, as the term is said to have been, TRANS Tevere, the Transfixus motto of Walch's can apply. It just so happens that Fix's/Ficks (Saxony, Luneburg) share gold-on-black fleur-de-lys with Barrows while the latter use a "sufFICIT" motto term, showing once again that codes can be buried in motto terms. Barrows (Border swords?) had been looked up as per the Barrois location of Landres'.

The Barrow anchor and "Parum" motto term can indicate a trace to Mysia, and therefore to Ancore = Nicaea. The motto term could be for Parium, home of mythical Paris, origin of Pharisees, you see. It makes all the more sense if Barrows do link to the Barrois location of Landres' now that Caiaphas is, in my mind, clinches with Landres'

The sufFICIT term suggests a look at Fichets / Montfiquets, and in the case of what was just seen above, they are expected to be branches of Fix's/Ficks and similar others. Fichets were first found in SUFFolk, like the SUFFicit motto term. The Fichet motto shares "Esperance" with the Percys, and so just watch the Walkers, first found in the same place as Percys, trace us to the Pierleoni with little doubt.

The Walch's can be deemed a branch of English Walkers by two symbols, but there is another way to link them, by the "Transfixus" motto term of Walch's. The Fix's/Ficks, you see, use the thin and wavy blue fesse of Hones'/Howans while Walkers use an "Honesta" motto term. The Hones' were first found in Hampshire, and then the Hampshire Cassans proved to be a branch of the other two Cassan surnames both of whom use blue fesses. The presidential Bush's were Walkers on one side, and George Bush Jr. married Laura Walsh, wherefore note that Dutch Bush's/Boschs share blue billets with Hones', tending to assure that the Walker motto is honoring the Hones'. But Dutch Bush's also use a red lion, in both colors of the Habsburg / Claus lion.

I didn't realize until now that Montfichets (Essex) share the triple chevrons of Hampshire Cassans.

The question is: was the Transfixus term meant to apply to Trastevere? That's where Leo, son of Benedictus Christianus, had a castle. By what cosmic coincidence are German Hones' (listed with Hains/Hayns) using an upright lion split in the two colors of the same of Loewensteins (and Guido's)??? That is powerful for tracing the Walch motto term, and Walkers, and Bush's, to Trastevere's Pierleoni Jews.

German Hones'/Hains were first found in the same place (Silesia) as Littmans/Litte's possibly using the German Bush fleur-de-lys, for English Littmans/Lillymans/Litemans (lily) were first found in the same place as English Bush's. The latter Littmans (swans) are obviously a branch of Ayer-related and swan-using Lite's/Lights (Somerset). The Little's (probably the Mavis/Murphat / Kilpatrick saltire?) use a "Magnum" motto term while the Yorkshire Walkers use "Magna." Little's were first found in the same place as annulet-using Walchs. Little's were traced with Eliotts recently to Ida/Itte-of-Metz liners in the Annandale part of Scotland.

I have repeated several times over some years that diagonally-split Shields should trace to the Arms of Zurich, and here we find such a Shield in the Hones/Hain Coat (Hohen colors). ln this discussion, note that while Hohens are indicated in the Gastons of Zurich-suspect Surrey, that the Howan variation of Walker-related Hones' suggest Hohens (it's another way to trace Khazar liners to Trastevere). Let's repeat from above before going on because I'd like to address GEORGE Herbert Scherff Jr, the birth name of president George Bush Sr.:

The scallops of the Belgian George's are in the colors of the same of Gastons, first found in Surrey, where the Carrick-related Share's/Shere's were first found, both of which share the black talbot with English George's. The ear of the latter George's can link to the Eyers and Ayers, from the same place (Ayrshire) as Carricks. I traced the Surreys/Surrichs to "Zurich," which is beside Kyburg, and then the Arms of Kyburg use a combination of gold-on-black bends and gold-on-black upright lions, two symbols that are evident in the German George Coat.

It looks like George Scherff applies to the George surname that was solidly traced to the Hanoverians and the Modena Cassans together. If it hasn't been shown already in this update thus far, the trace of Carricks / Shere's to Trastevere will come later. I'd like to record here that the page shown earlier with some variant flags of Hanovers had a pegasus as well as a flying / winged grayhound. The grayhound was in the style used in the Ashmole Crest, and Ashmole's use the fleur in the colors of the Fix/Fick, Barrows and Bush fleur. ASHmans, suspect with Ashmole's, use fleur in the colors of the same of pegasus Masseys while Assmans use the unicorn in the colors of the Hanover horse.

As Hanover is a location smack beside Brunswick, while Overs are suspect with the Bruno bend, HanOVERs may have been Hains / Hones', you see. It was two updates ago when this was shown: "The Storkhouse location in Yorkshire [same as Bush's and Walkers] seems in play with Stockhouse's. Storkhouse is in the write-ups of Odins / Oddie's, who trace to stork-depicted Oettingen-Oettingen (kin of Hohenzollerns) using an emphasized EAR upon a talbot...The Arms of HohenZollern use the same talbot design as Oettingen-Oettingen." That update showed the emphasized ear on the Barrel talbot. The point is that Ottingers/Otins share the quarter colors of Ashmole's.

Dutch Victors/Fichters are sharing stars in the colors of the one Border star. What a coincidence since it's the Fichet-suspect Barrows who share the crossed swords of Borders. Plus, the Border swords are in the colors of the same of SHUTE's (Wiltshire, Fortuna kin, trace to the Clausula river), suspect with SUTHERlands with same-colored stars. There's a question on whether the Chute variation links to Montagu's/MontaCUTE's. Aha! I wrote that before re-loading Montagu's to find them likewise first found in Wiltshire! It means that Montagu's ("regula" motto term) may have been Sutherland / Shute liners, which can indicate that the COUTance location of Montagu's was a Shute / Scute line...from lake Scodra (at Bar, where the Bar-related Barrois location traces), to the near-west of the Clausula.

Just like that, Caiaphas-suspect Landres' elements are tracing to the Clausula, location of Caepionis-like Cupionich, exactly where Caiaphas is supposed to trace. The Coutance Chief is now suspect with the Kaplan/Chaplin Chief.

As "Lady Fortune" is in the Klassen surname (Westphalia, same as Volens/Valens), one can now identify the Montagu wings with the Jewish Glass wings, especially if correct to trace Montagu's to Blacks that share the Glass stars. The Habsburg lion is likely the Lowen lion in colors reversed, but then Claus/Clausen lion is the Habsburg lion too. There is a good argument for tracing the white-on-red stars of the Shropshire Lowens to the red-on-white stars used by Glass', Gleasons, Biggars and Iverys, for the Pollocks and Alans of Shropshire removed to the Glasgow area...probably in the same rebellious wave with Maurice-related Berkeleys. Maurice's (Khazar suspects) use a lion in the same colors and upright position as the Lowen lion.

Hence, the Pierleoni, as per the Shropshire Lowens, got to Glasgow, the Scottish location of Peter Pollock's family. His daughter was "Lady Rothes." Hmm. She could figure very well as Lady Fortune. Not only do Klassens trace to Glasgow by sheer logic of the compiled facts, but the Lady/LAUDYman surname (jibes with the Lauds/Lords honored in the Glasgow-surname motto term, "Lord." The Lady surname (suspect with Anchors) was first found in the same place (Northamptonshire) as Renfrew-related Raines', but as purple is suspect with the Pierleoni > Lowen line, it's interesting that Wrens (Raines branch) use purple lions.

The Lady AnnuLETs (their only symbol showing), in the colors of the Walker annulets, suggest that Ladys are a branch of Letts (organ pipes), and so it's important that while Letts have been linked to Annas', the Annas star is used by the Shropshire Lowens, which could suddenly disclose that the Glass stars, and all who use them, trace back to Annas of Israel. It is clear to me (because the Lett pipes are for the Pepin-branch Pipe's) that the Lady's are using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Pepin-related Mens'/Mengzes, and as the latter trace to the Isle of Man, that's where the Christian surname (may be using the Pepin horse head) was first found that became suspect in this update with Benedictus Christianus, Jewish ancestor of Peter Loewenstein.

The Perans motto term, "IMPavidun," and similar others, can now be proven somewhat to be code for Impy/Amps. The "ruinae" motto of Perans then goes to Rouens (Dol) because they share gold-on-red mascles (nine of them) with Quince's (Impy/AMP colors), first found in NorthAMPtonshire. These mascles are in the colors of the Lady annulets, which might not be relevant but for Lady's likewise being first found in Northamptonshire. The Ladys have traced to the Clausula river, where Caepio's are out of, in my opinion, and Quintus Caepio traces to the Quincys. That works. Amptons, suspect with Lords/Lauds, even use CINQUEfoils likely in honor of the Quince five theme.

As Rouen was the Normandy capital of the Sinclair vikings, it should explain why the engrailed Perans chevron is in the colors of the engrailed Sinclair cross.

As one Peter Coat likewise has gold mascles, the "rien" motto term of the other Peters is hereby discovered as code for a branch of Rouens, with the additional effect of clinching Perans' with all three Peter surnames. The "rien" term was traced to Raines', Wrens and the namers of Rennes and Renfrew, but while I didn't think to include Rouen, here we find that Rouens of Dol can link to neighboring Rennes, where Judicael of Brittany ruled who I see in the Raines motto phrase, "Judicium pariam." What a coincidence that "pariam" should crop up in a Parens discussion.

By the theory that Pharisees were from mythical Paris elements out of Parium, "Pharisee" actually traces to some Peter names, especially in the Peter Loewenstein trace to Peter Pollock. The latter's Rothes castle at Moray jibes with a Lowenstein link to Rothsteins/Rothschilds. Raines' were first found in the same place (Essex) as Impys/Amps and Quince-suspect Quints. The Quince's trace to the Sforza lion, right?

The Raines write-up suggests Reagans, traceable to Reghin on the Mures, and thus one would expect Raines at Moray, but the point is that Reagans come up as "Regal," like the Montagu motto term. As Montagu's are in the Cassan write-up, let's repeat that the Modena Cassans share blue Zionist stars with the Moray Innis'. From here, one can go to the Innus=Angus surname, and then note how the Angus surname is using the Annas star, as well as a lion in the colors of the Loewenstein lion, not forgetting the Lowens use stars in the colors of the Annas / Angus star.

Next, note that the Christian chevron is in the colors of the double Chaplin chevrons, though some years ago they were showing one large/regular chevron (i.e. like the Christian chevron). The Levi-loving Cretiens/Crestiens (of CRESTIENville) were first found in the same place (Normandy) as the Chaplins. Lest you've forgotten, English Chaplins/Kaplans were first found in the same place as Josephs, and the latter share two gold chevrons with French Chaplins. The Joseph chevrons would be in both colors of the Chaplin chevron if not for the solid green, perchevron underneath it. The Kaplan/Chaplin write-up suggests a trace to the Capelli's (Ferrara), and the Bidens tend to prove this trace, suggesting furthermore that the Biden bull horns go to the bull of Charo's, first found in Ferrara.

As the perchevron of Burgo-suspect Josephs is green, which is the color of the two chevrons used by English Burghs/BURROWS, note the "Parum"-using BARROWs, a good reason to trace both to the Barrois location of the Landres' that use the footless martlet in Joseph-martlet colors.

All of the above was the result of starting from the Sissels/Sistons suspect from Sicily. The idea was to bring the Cecils to the topic, and see whether they would trace from Sicily to Cacus in the Trastevere theater. The vision of Revelation 17, where the 8th head of the dragon rides the harlot, is viewed by me as Gog riding upon her. And my hunch is that Joktanites will apply here, especially those still in the Mosul theater throughout the centuries.

JOKtan became suspect also with "oak," but then oak-using Aikens share the COCK rooster, making Cock liners to Cacus suspect as JOKtanites, especially if "HERCules" traces to "KURKura." As Cocks of Cornwall can trace to the Una river, let's repeat that Cockers/Cockets use fleur in the colors of the same of June's. Plus, as I trace the Benjamite-Jabesh merger to neighboring Japodes on the Colapis, it's conspicuous that Benjamins (and Sava-river Sawyers) were first found in the same place as Cockers. The latter use another diagonally-split Shield, and are said to be from Occit-like Cochett (Calvados). Calvados is suspect with a stack of Cavii elements, and is where Chaplins are said to derive. It's a short sail to the Hampshire Chaplins from the Manche coast.

The Kendals (Cornwall), able to trace to the Una river with Cocks and Gorlois, can now be gleaned in the candle's of Cole- and Coles-related Kyle's. But the Kyle anchor, shared by bull-using Coles' and Cale's (whale), is of course suspect with lozenge-using Anchors/Annackers, terms like "Anicii." Proto-Anchors were in southern Sicily, on the Drago river that traces to Drake's, first found in the same place as Chaplins. As Cale's can link by the Kyle candles to Candale, the collared grayhound of Italian Cale's can link to the collared dog in the Arms of Gaston of Foix. Even the Gaunt Coat, likely sharing the Gone/Kohn/Guenet bend, has a collared wolf.

The wavy fesses of the Hones'/Howans (Hampshire) can now link well to the wavy fesse of Dutch Ghents, for German Hones'/Hains seem linkable to Hainaut (Flanders). English Ghents were first found in the same place as Hones'/Howans. This jibes with the known fact that Hohenstaufens / Hohenzollerns had links to Flanders, though this is never explained well. Reminder: the Hones'/Howan billets are used by Dutch Bush's/Boschs.

It is altogether possible that "Aeneas" was chosen as the founder of Romans because he was a version of the Oeneus = Una river. That would make the Anicii suspect at the Una river, and that's where the motto of Cecils comes in, which includes Coronis = Gore liners now traced well to the Una. The motto in full is, "Cor unum via una." I was satisfied that Gore's/Core's do trace to mythical Coronis, the Moloch bull cult of Cronus > Zeus = the Roman Jupiter. The Coronis > Zeus bull may perhaps be gleaned in ColAPIS, for Cole's (Cornwall again) use the bull.

Why is Cornwall linking so hard to the Japodes / Juna theater? The Scottish Cornells/Cornwalls even use ravens, but English Cornells/Cornwalls (same place as Stewarts), using the Stewart lion likely, are using what could be the Loewenstein lion, for we saw why Lowens (Shropshire) should link to Stewarts. The Cornells fesse is even in the colors of the fesse that is the Arms of Austria, used of course by the royal Habsburgs, though the Habsburg surname uses an upright red lion, as do Cornwalls and Stewarts.

Cyclops's were in Sicily, right? Here's some snippets from two updates ago on a topic that can touch upon Cyclop-suspect Cecils and Cale's too:

The Nagle's are in the Calvary write-up, said to have "held" the village of Calverleigh in Devon. This location was alternatively "Calodelie," which prompted a loading of "Caldell" to find the Caulders/Caddels...Caulders/Caddels share a "non" term with Nagle's, and are traced to a Hugh de Kaledouer. "Cadella" is in the write-up as identical with "Klaedouer," suggesting that "Cadell" is an l-less "Caldell." Were Colts/Celts Claud-like liners from the Clausula river?

CALVerleigh can be seen in the CALEWUdelega version of "CALOdelie." English Calo's/CALEWs/Callows could be using a leopard-face version of the Buchan / Campion Coat! If that's a correct interpretation, it all comes back to Palma-of-Campania yet again. These leopard faces are important, not just because they are black like the Aide faces, but because Chives', in the same place as Calodelie, use leopards too...

It's very interesting that Italian Cale's/Calo's (Sicily) use a giant and upright greyhound in the colors of the giant and upright talbot dog of Clausula-suspect Fortuna's.

AMAZING, for I had not yet known that I would be on the Pierleoni topic, which is why lake Baccano is a topic at all here. Later in this update, a quote is shared that includes this: "...from Capua, it seems, came [to Baccano] a people devoted to the god Bacco, who in turn became the most beloved of the Greco-Roman gods in these parts. It is from a temple to Bacco that the place-name Baccano derives." Therefore, look at the "Buchan / Campion" phrase in the quote above from two updates ago, for Capua is in Campania. Campions were first found in the same place as Gore's/Core's and Quints.

The point of quoting from two updates ago was to show the Cale's of SICILy, like the Sicelt variation of Cecils. The CALOdelie location is in Devon, where Cecils were first found. Therefore, I glean that Gog / Gugu liners from Lydia had passed through Sicily before coming to Rome. In fact, mythical Aeneas and Creusa were traced by ancients to Agrigento on southern Sicily (facing Carthage), explaining Aeneas' relationship to Tyrians in Carthage...home of Moloch-like human-sacrifice goons that sometimes ate their victims. Cronus ate his own children in one important myth, for example, and Cyclops's had the basic definition of eating humans. Hell was made for these demons.

The Anchors/Annackers were traced to the Arms of Agrigento, wherefore the Anicii at Rome are suspect with ancestry in Agrigento too. In myth, Aeneas was located for some purposes also in Epirus, down the Adriatic coast from the Una theater. One can glean that he was at the Zeus hot-spot of DODOna (in Epirus) because his Carthaginian mate was Dido.

If the collared dog in the Arms of Gaston is a talbot, and it looks like one, then it seems evident that Gaston had linked to Cale's of Sicily, possibly a branch of Talbot-using Halls and Hulls that have a Coat much like the Campion/Champion Coat. Hulls and Capone-suspect Camps/Champs were both first found in Yorkshire. If Cale's are a branch of Gale's at TintaGEL, it's notable that Agrigento was founded by the Sicilians of Gela. It should be mentioned that Dutch Halls look like they share the triple Cassan chevrons (because both use stars in their chevrons). French Champs/Deschamps use "ears of CORN" as well as the owl, recalling the potential trace of Cassans to Kos'/Kosinski's. In fact, Merops of Kos was father to Pandareus of EPHESUS, the Amazonian location that I peg ugly "HEPAESTUS" at, and he is generally lumped in with Cyclops's of Sicily. The ugly theme was specially for Gorgons, and Sicily uses a Gorgon head in its Arms.

The EARS of corn recall: Coponius was Prefect of Judea from 6-9 AD during the reign of Caesar Augustus. The symbols on coins of Coponius are grain-ears and a palm tree. The coins of Coponius are similar to those of the Prefect Marcus Ambibulus..." It just so happens that the Palma of Campania in the quote further above was as per the location to which I traced the Coponius palm tree.

The Cecil / Cavett fesse bars are in the colors of the one fesse of Nons/Nevins, important as per the "non vi" motto phrase of Chives'. I lump Nevins in with NEVERs of France (beside Autun), where NEFERtiti has been traced, wife of AkhenATEN (parents of Tut). Here's the Nevers/Neve surname, first found in Angus, a region that shares the red lion of AUTUN-based Daytons/D'Autons. Angus is close to the Tarves area of Chives', but also beside Perthshire that traces to Perta at Tatta, where Tut has become suspect. The Nevers cross is in the colors of the Chives cross, and the Nevers fleur are in the colors of the Chives cats. The fleur-de-lys on the Nevers/Neve cross are in the colors the same of Cabbage's who use an "angustis" motto term. Compare the Cabbage motto with that of Pembroke's and related Bristols, for the Pierleoni had traced to Avon.

The "PROBA quae" motto phrase of Nevers/Neve's" should be partly for the Probinus line, for the key in the mouth of the Probin/Robin/Robert ostrich jibes with "quae." The Probinus topic starts in the 2nd update of February, where this was an item: "'Petronius Maximus was born in about 396. Although he was of obscure origin, it is now believed that he belonged to the Anicii family. Related to later Emperor Olybrius, Maximus was the son of Anicius Probinus, the son of Anicia FALTONa PROBA and Sextus Claudius Petronius Probus...'" The so-called "cabbage leaves" of the French House's are used in one FALT Coat, tending to assure that this one Falt surname traces to the namers of Falticeni, not far north from Angusta.

There are two reasons for tracing Probinus to Pierleoni: their sharing the Peter name, and there both being Anicii liners. And both are therefore suspect in a line to Maxwell-based Pollocks, wherefore note that the Nevers/Neve cross can link to the Maxwell saltire, the latter perhaps being a line from the namers of Petronius Maximus. It just so happens that Maxwells share holly with Cabbage's. Compare "Anicii" with "Angus," for I claimed that Annas of Israel had something fundamental -- perhaps his ancestry -- to do with Angustus.

The FALTON-Crest griffin head has been raced to Mieszko = Piast Poles on multiple counts, wherefore the Falton eagle is likely the Piast eagle. It just so happens that Faltons use an "Une" motto term, thus tending to link the "una" term of Cecils to Faltona Proba. This has happened so suddenly that I'm not sure yet of all the ramifications, but, thanks to Cecils linking hard to Chives', we have a story in the makings.

I can see where this is going, for it recalls my trace of Yuya and Gog to a Cogaeonus river (Sarmatia) near Angusta. The precise location of Angusta is unknown, but someone located it as "Augusta" at the top-right of the map below. The map that shows it as "Angusta" is buried somewhere in my files. The Cogaeonus is in the land of the CAUCOensii (shown), which can now be linked to "Cacus."

While pondering the idea that Caecilius' may have been of mythical Cacus, it was remembered that Wikipedia's Cacus article has Hercules squeezing him hard to death so that his eyes popped out...which was merely fun-and-games that the myth writer enjoyed as per the blind symbol that Cacus had. That is, I've never read that Cacus had a blind symbol, but that reality came to me right here and now because "Cecil" is said to mean, blind! Yes, this indicates that the Caecilius surname was from Cacus liners. How about that. It's tracing Caecilius-Metellus liners smack to Cacus' cave in Rome.

I can't recall whether a "Cavii" link to "Sava" was discredited, and so it's still on the table along with other theories in the naming of the Sava/Save. The Savage's were one of the first surnames traced to that river, and the Save's were traced to Leslie's (Hungarians) long before I knew of the Chives' who are traced in their write-up to Tarves, in Aberdeenshire, where Leslie's were first found. The Less surname, an obvious branch of Leslie's, were traced to the namers of Lesbos.

Tarves is in Aberdeenshire (home of Hungarians), note that the Tarves surname uses six fitchees in the formation of the Cecil lions. You can look at this in various ways: 1) the Caecilius-Metellus gens had merged with Cavii liners; 2) the Caecilius-Metellus gens was involved with the birth of Joseph Caiaphas.

The red Sauer lion had traced well to the red Fergus lion, but the Tarves Crest uses a red lion too. The Drew variation of Drake-suspect Dreux's is like the Tarwes variation of Tarves'. This is a new trace for me, and it works excellently because the axe that the Tarves-Crest lion holds traces to the Drake-Crest axe.

I now have an admission of error, or maybe not. I had assumed that heraldic ragully was part-code for Raggs and part-code for Julian-related Gullys. Attila-based Stewarts use ragully with their red lion, and these Stewarts were likewise first found in the same place as Cecils and Chives', suggesting that the Tarves lion is also the Stewart lion. while Raggs (Leicestershire again) share the Dole fleur, but as per other considerations too, I was convinced that ragully was code for Raggs in the least. The French Stewarts share the French-Julian stars, wherefore a Stewart link to Gullys also made sense.

Before going on, it needs to be noted that the red Gully chevron looks very traceable with the Newport chevron and others (mentioned later) to Viterbo, the area where I expect a Julius-Caesar merger with the Levites that constituted the Sadducees or even the parents of Caiaphas. I also want to say that the colors and format shared by the Gully and Newport Coats were, last August, given the name, "Mund format," and traced with Walch's to Muntenia in Wallachia (part of Moldova). Wikipedia calls Attila's father, MUNDzuk/Mundiuch, you see. I am now entertaining an Attila trace from Julian lines out of the Viterbo area, which is why it's important that the Mund format is tracing there. Not far below, the Metellus family will be traced for various reasons to Caprarola, smack beside Viterbo.

The point in going to the RAGULly topic is as per the REGALus branch of the Roman Atilia gens, but also RUGILA, brother of Mundzuk. It just so happens that Mounds/Munds/Minds and Newports were first found in the same place (Shropshire) as ragully-using Middle's/Mittels, and where proto-Stewarts lived. Mittels look likable to the Caecilus-Metellus gens, and then Stewarts were first found in the same place as Cecils. I think that works. One can go further by pointing out the peacocks shared between the Munts/Munds (trace to Amyntes) of Kent and the Manners while the Manders (besants) are using a version of the Rhodes Coat while the British Illuminati is largely placed by various writers (if Google allows you to access them anymore, becoming harder these days) at the feet of Cecil Rhodes.

It can be added that while Cecil's family formed the Rhodes Scholarships for an elite chosen few, one of them was Bill Clinton while Clintons (and Hillarys) share the six, black fitchees, in the same format, with the Tarves'. We have your number, Mr. Cecil Rhodes, thou blind bat.

Time now to go back to the Cassans (same place as Josephs) suspect with the Joseph motto. There are three Cassan surnames, all linkable as branches thanks to the English branch telling of their links to Montagu's. The English Montagu's, with a "REGULA" motto term, share red-on-white lozenges with German Cassans, you see, and the latter share a blue fesse with Italian Cassans/CASSIUS'. This recalls that lozenges in these colors are used by Cochs and Cocks. Moreover, where Montagu's are honoring the Atilia-Regalus bloodline, it appears that Cassans/Cassius' can trace to the namers of Via Cassis.

The Celt/Cult motto, "Transfigam," is like a Walch motto term, "TRANSfixus." Here's a repeat from Wikipedia: "The area began to be considered part of the city [of Rome] under Augustus, who divided Rome into 14 regions (regiones in Latin); modern Trastevere was the XIV and was called Trans Tiberim." I don't know whether TRANS Tiberum was an historical term, or invented by historians who assumed that it was the original meaning of "Trastevere," but a trace of the Walch's both to Muntenia and to Trastevere would be perfectly expected now.

The red stag of Colts/Celts plays excellently now into the Atilia gens, but with Celt/Colt motto tracing to Trastevere (I'm trusting), it expects the Atilia family at that Jewish area too. To this, it needs to be repeated that heraldry caused me to trace Bleda, Attila's brother, to Pontius Pilate, though the heraldic evidence for the trace had not to do with the fact that Colts/Colts use the Pilate pheon as a certainty.

I don't recall having any good reason to link Celts/Colts to Attila until now. In other words, with Attila tracing to Celts/Colts (if the Atilia gens does so), it's just another reason to see "Bleda" named after the same line that named Pilate. The Blade/Blate pheon is white like the Pilate pheon, and then Irish Walch's use pheons too. There is a Bled location at the sources of the Sava just outside the southern border of Austria , and we saw Sauernson variation of Sorensons / Severins tracing to Sauers of the Sava (inside Austria), and so let's repeat that Sorensons are suspect with the Serranus / Saranus branch of the Atilia. The Sauer-suspect Sarah's/Sayers use cinquefoils in colors reversed to the same of Sorensons!

Sarah's/Sayers (from Normandy's Saire location) use a "Bear and forbear" motto (shared by Barwicks) that traces to Berenicianus i.e. whose family married the father of QuadrATILLA. As Quadratilla's great-grandfather was Julius SEVERus, compare with a v-version "Sauer," which becomes, SAVER. It's even known that Attila, and likely other Huns, had talks with the family of Valentinian, who was born at Cibalae off the lower Sava. Here are the Severs/Savers, first found in the same place (Essex) as Sarah's/Sayers and Quints, sharing annulets with Walch's and Tills.

The blue-on-white nebuly fesse of Severs/Savers is almost the ragully fesse (same colors) of Middle's/Mittels. The latter, now tracing to the line that birthed Attila's uncle, are under investigation for a trace to Caecilius-Metellus, and it just so happens that Cecils are the ones with a "via una" motto phrase traceable to the Una tributary of the Sava, and to the Vio variation of Vito's that use one giant annulet in the colors of the Sever/Saver annulet. Now would be the time to say that Leslie's traced to a location near the sources of the Sava (can't recall the name), which would consequently be near Bled, but that Less-branch Leslie's traced to the namers of Lesbos, where there is a MYTILene location jibing with "Mittel / Metellus."

The Blade's/Blate's are even said to be BURSEblade's while Burse's (Vire river of Manche) were first found in the same place as Piers/Pierces/PURSE's, thus making for an excellent method of tracing Blade's/Blate's to Pierleoni Trastevere! That's important because it builds the evidence for an Attila-family trace to the Trastevere theater. Burse's are said to be of the Burghs while the giant Burgos annulet is suspect with the Vio/Vito annulet. Later in this update, you will see Carricks (i.e. the line of Severus Septimius) tracing to the near-north of Trastevere, and so note that Carricks (Burse colors) and Blate's/Blade's share the black talbot.

The Munts/Munds of Kent were first found in the same place as Mynetts and Hamonds, all three of which were traced to "Amyntes," son of Brogitarus. The children of Amyntes' son, Artemidoros, are supposedly unknown, but this is where the hypothesis above came in that suggested the Atilia line to fill the unknown. If you follow me here, I'm suggesting that Mundzuk and his ragully-suspect brother were a line from Amyntes to Muntenia of Wallachia. While the Scottish Walch Coat (probably the Maxwell saltire) shares annulets with Tills, the other Walch Coat shares the arrow with Tills. The other Tills show signs of tracing to Tarves, the Drake's, and to Dreux.

The "numine" motto term of Scottish Walch's can now trace to the Newmans suspect with Numantia, where Caprarius of the Caecilius-Metellus family was sent to. The Walch Coat is a reflection of the Benjamin Coat, and Benjamites have become traceable to Trastevere.

There is more to this discussion that will be moved to the next update.


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