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August 8

Before getting to the news, I want to continue where I left off yesterday while it's still fresh on your mind.

Since the German region of Neuwied uses the blue peacock symbol, the locality of nearby Polch should be named after the Pollocks (a branch of the Peacock surname and using a Polk variation). Polch is between the Netle river and Mosel/Moselle (i.e. "little Muse) river; see map of Koblenz area. The Mosel flows to Koblenz, and the Netle to Neuwied (where the Rocke(n)fellers lived). The Netle looks conspicuous against this sentence quoted yesterday: ""The earliest records of the [Nestle] name have been traced to the city of Koblenz, where Contrat Nesteli was living in 1290." I was considering a Nestle link to Rockefellers, and this could easily explain why.

Rockefellers had also been linked to Pollocks. Since the latter were a sept of Maxwells, and since the Meuse is the "Maas" to the Dutch, the Mosel may have been "Maaselle" to some, smacking of "Maxwell.". Keep in mind that I linked the Meschins to both the Maas and to the Maxwells.

The English Mosel Coat is the reverse color scheme of the English Netle/Netby Coat, and moreover both use a boar head...suggesting that both surnames were branched and therefore from the Netle- and Mosel-river regions. The Netle Coat also uses white scallop shells on black, as does the Meschin Coat! The exclamation mark is because I discovered the heraldry match only after theorizing a Meschin link to the Mosel.

The Netle Crest is a lion's paw holding a "bird bolt" (whatever that is), evocative of the Avery Crest with lion's paws holding a roundel (discussed yesterday as a Rhodes-branch family). "Netle" does not show in the list of Natby-like surnames, but "Nate" also brought up the same Coat, wherefore I tried the Nathan Coat to get a German family in the Rhineland, using black and white also...which should therefore be a Netle/Netby branch.

In fact, the Nathan Coat uses only a shield on shield, a symbol used also by the Rutherfords of Maxton (Roxburghshire), the family that was a Pollock partner/branch. I had recently traced Rockefellers independently to this Rutherford symbol and to the Maxton region...where Maxwells lived.

I know that I traced Roxburghshire to both the Roxolani and to Rockefellers, which may have seemed a dangerous thing. But yesterday I showed that Rockefellers were likely among the Alen surname, and Roxolani were named after Alan Huns from the Tanais river. Therefore, look on the map of the Koblenz area and see Hunsbruck smack next to Taunus. Hmm.

You may recall the discussions wherein suspected Rockefeller branches were shown to use black chevrons on white; the Mosel Coat uses it, while the Netle/Netby Coat uses it in reverse colors. You may also recall that the black and white colors of suspected Rockefellers were found to be at Rochdale and area in Lancashire; this could explain why the English Netle surname was first found in Lancashire. See the Arms of Rochdale, in particular the millrind symbol in the Crest, which symbol is also in the black and white (!) Munster Coat. I mention this because Munster-Maifield is between the Netle and Mosel rivers. Note that the Rochdale Arms is a white shield on black shield (!), like the Nathan Coat.

I think we have some decent links here, all thanks to Lee (see yesterday's update for his spectacular revelation). It started when he showed Rockefeller links to the Rhodes family. Knowing that the Rhodes Illuminati (the one that rules Obama) partnered with the Milner family, see the same millrind (a huge one) in the English Mill Coat.

Note the ermines in the Mill Shield, and that a variation of the name is "Meiles," perhaps from "Maifield"; the Maifield Coat uses ermines as well, but both it and the Mill Crest use a red lion. The Rhodes Coat uses red lions, and the same Sinclair-type cross, in reversed colors, as in the Maifield Coat. As you can see on the map, the region all around Polch is Maifield.

To solidify the Mill link to Rockefellers, see the Scottish Mill Coat, using the cross type with ends like the tops of the rooks in the Rook/Roke Coat or Rookesby/Rokeby Coat. The Scottish Mill Crest uses the footless swallow, or martlet, seen in the Scottish Rutherford Coat, but martlets are used also in the Arms of Rochdale.

In the Dutch Milner-Coat page, we read: "The modern form of the name, Mueller, is documented early on in the chronicles of Swabia, wherein the knight Conrad von Husen is noted as having become known as Mueller for his ownership of a mill." One then finds a red lion head -- a Rhodes match, I'm assuming -- in the Scottish Huse/Hose Crest.

In other words, the Milners may have been of the Huse branch of Rhodians. In the Huse write-up, we find: The family was originally of Noyers, Eure, in the district of Les Andelys, Normandy." "Andelys" might per chance be from "Anduse/Anduze," the surname/location to which the counts of Rodez became linked (see yesterday's update). In fact, Bertrand of Anduse married a Roquefeuil and adopted her name so as to create a Rockefeller branch linking to the Rodez counts. There's a Dutch Andeles surname using a fierce griffin in the colors of the Huse Coat.

When one searches "Rodes," a Rod/Rodd Coat comes up using green trefoils/clovers on white, the symbol also in the Irish Davis Coat...meaning that Obama's father (Frank Davis) might trace to Rodes branch Rhodians.

The Rod/Rodes Coat uses gold and silver in contact, as does the English Roslin/Rosellin Coat (using gold buckles). The point is, Rodez (France) is in Rousillon, also "Rosellon." Moreover, the Roslin surname was first found in Lincolnshire, where the Rhodes surname was first found! The Roslin write-up: "...the surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Rigsby, Rocelin, a Norman noble..." The last time I read that (third update in June), I became sure that Rockefellers were from the Rigsby and Rockby surnames. Now I find that Roslins linked to the Rhodes clan of France. No surprise.

I had long ago discovered that Rodez was named after the wheel, which could explain the real reason that Milner Coats use a wheel symbol. I think if the truth be told, the wheel symbol and Rodez trace to the Helios-branch Alans of Rhodes (Helios was the god of Rhodes but I think he depicted the Alan Gorgons/Gargarians of the Caucasus region who went on to found the Hellen-branch Greeks/Grecos).

The Alans of the Tanais river lived roughly where Sintians were located to whom I traced the blue Indian peacock symbol, and meanwhile the Comerfords of Britain (using the blue Indian peacock) are likely from the Gomerians/Cimmerians/Gamir that made up the Alan Huns, wherefore the city of Kamiros on Rhodes (made a grandson of Helios, as was Lindos) was likely founded by the same Cimmerians...not only explaining why there is a Taunus and Hunsruck region beside Neuwied, but why Neuwied uses a blue peacock.

The wheel also became the symbol of Mainz, the capital of the Rhineland Palatinate...wherein we find Neuwied. The Thaler-surname symbol shared by the Arms of Neuwied District is used also in the Arms of the Rhineland Palatinate.

Neuwied (where Rockefellers were in the 16th century) is on the Wied river, wherefore one naturally checks the Wied(man) find gold and silver in contact. This surname was firstly found in WestPHALIA as early as the 13th century, thus allowing the Rockefellers to derive from the Phalia/Falen surname that I (tentatively) think traces further back to the Valois and Falaise bloodlines to which the Rollo vikings became attached. The Rhineland is where the Ashkenazi "Jews" of Germany were first found, but Ashkenazi was a principal son of Gomer.

There's a reason that Rockefellers have asked the heraldry people not to display their Arms under that name. They don't want us to know what peoples they link to. We may even wonder why Daniel 2 portrays Jesus falling like a ROCK smashing to bits the end-time global empire. Not because He's from the Rockefeller bloodline, that's for sure.


The Palestinian gathering of leaders late this week has assured what Israel dearly wants, that NO peace deal will ever come about:

"The sixth Fatah General Assembly decreed [today] that the return of both east and west Jerusalem to Palestinian control was a 'red line' which was nonnegotiable, and would need to be fulfilled before any peace talks with Israel could renew, Israel Radio reported."

The O-Team is nothing but a two-dimensional card changing it's face as it goes along. Now that Israel wants to disrupt globetrotter affairs with a strike on Iran, the public gets this false-reassurance doubt with a wink from Hillary's personal desk:

"US State Department officials estimate that Iran will be unable to develop a nuclear weapon in the next four years despite previous assessments, a congressional document recently disclosed read."

Hey, Ahmad, now that Mr. Clinton got North Korea paid off, what should we try to get for these three American spies?

How about we ask for the head of Mrs. Clinton on a platter?

No good. Obama would give that too easily. We can be tougher than that.

How about we call them Israeli spies and start a war with Israel?

That's what I had in mind, Ahmad.

We could get Hillary to make pro-Arab publicities in return for one hostage.

And for the second?

We could get her to announce that we won't have a bomb until 2013.

And for the third?

Obimbo has to side with us in the Gogi invasion of Israel.

Is that it?

Isn't that enough?

I've never been so disappointed in you, my beloved stooge. I was hoping for a funny punch line on number three.

For some days, Iran's government has toughened its resolve against Obama by stating it doesn't even know if the three were arrested:

"On Aug. 5, the day of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's inauguration as president, Tehran officials said they could not confirm or deny Iran was holding three American journalists detained on July 31 while crossing from Iraq into Iran on the Kurdistan border. According to DEBKAfile's Iranian sources, Tehran is preparing to claim the three captives, Jewish Americans, are Israeli spies, arousing fears in Washington and Tehran that the newly elected president plans to use his captives as a stick to humiliate the Obama administration and force an apology for the way it treated him.

Ahmadinejad is furious over the White House's refusal to congratulate him on his reelection...He is plotting to use the three Americans to provoke a new crisis between his government and Washington. Mustafa Najr will therefore not be reappointed defense minister but interior minister instead so as to put a hardliner in charge of the American detainees.

...[The three] are identified as Shane Bauer from California, who writes for the San Francisco Chronicle, The Nation and New American Media, his partner Sarah Short, age 30 from California, who writes for 'Matador', and Joshua Steel Petel, age 27 from Oregon, who attended a New York yeshiva and writes for Jewish Week.

The Petel family have their origins in Iraq...

Our Washington sources report that in discussions held over the past few days at the State Department and the National Security Council, an estimate was formed that the capture of the three American journalists by Iran is nothing like the case of the two American journalists Euyna Lee and Laura Ling, whose release Bill Clinton...The Iranians will instead demand an exorbitant diplomatic price for the three Americans' freedom, which the US will not want to pay.

If the affair is not handled carefully, US diplomatic sources warn, it has the potential of deteriorating very quickly into Obama's 'Irangate'...

Tehran may well involve Hizballah this time too, adding the Lebanese Shiite organization's demands from Israel on top of its own."

Another article has the names of the second (Short) and third (Petel) journalist as "Shourd" and "Fattal." The English Short Coat uses the six-pointed "jellyfish" (gold on blue) and the gold griffin that crops up repeatedly. On July 24th, I was able to confirm that gold Zionist stars on blue are alternated with gold six-pointed jellyfish on blue, as in the Bute/Butt Coat.

The three journalists do indeed appear to be Hebrew spies of Hebrew globalists overseeing Obama's world affairs. In fact, as per my trace of Rockefellers to Valais and Falaise entities, note that the English Bute/Butt family was "descended from Butt in the arrondisement of Falaise in Normandy." See the Valais Coat using three red roses on white, also in the German Bute/Butt Chief.

The English Buttin/Bouton Shield -- surname includes "Biden" -- is nearly a copy of the German Bute/Butt Shield. This could mean that Biden is behind the spy effort in Iran, especially as Biden has great interest in Iraqi affairs. The Petel surname (of the Iraqi journalist) brings nothing up, but "Petle" brings the black and white Petely Coat using an arm holding a alternative design of which appear both in Kyle heraldry and in the Arms of Roxburghshire (see July 21 for further details).

Perhaps you recall that the British heraldry of the surnames (Bitar and Aflaq) of both founders of the Baath party are black and white (both using black crosses). Could Mr. Petel be related to that Baath bloodline? With the writing of that last sentence, I tried for a Batel Coat and got the very same gold griffin in the Short Coat!

Zikers. As a result of the above, I naturally tried the Batt Coat (not in any of my files yet) and got a black (saltire) cross (!)...on white (!!) like the Buttar/Bitar Coat and Aflack Coat.

Recalling that Rockefellers were traced to the Borderlands -- Roxburghshire as a prime example -- but then linked to Kyles and others in Ayrshire, read the write-up on Aflacks: The roots of the name Aflack are found among the Strathclyde-Briton people of the ancient Scottish/English Borderlands. Aflack was originally found in the barony of Auchinleck in Ayrshire or from Affleck in Angus." Finally, we may have the significance of the bat symbol in the Randolph Crest: it should trace to the bats in the Batt Coat (so far as I can tell, the bats in both Coats are identical). If so, Obama's Randolph line traces possibly to elements that founded the Baath party, and it would appear that those elements were in the Biden bloodline as well.

Note that the fat cross in the Randolph Coat is exactly the fat cross in both the Bitar and Aflack Coats. PLUS, as we read that "Randolph" derives from "wolf" (I don't think so, but a wolf-line connection seems hinted at), note the wolf in the Batt Crest! Both Randolphs and Bitars are said to derive from Picts. The Batts were first found in Rutland (Liecester), the place that I've traced (tentatively) the Rodham surname. A shown variation of the name is "Baat"!!!

There is then a wealthy French Batt/LaBatt surname, first found in Languedoc...which could therefore have connected with the Rhodes and/or Rockefellers of Languedoc.

I'm going deep here for the home run. I had the impression, upon finding that a hand holds a human eye (see verification) in the Batten Crest, that the blue and white colors of the Coat link to the blue Indian peacock...shown on white as for example in the Peacock-surname Coat. My impression was that the peacock symbol is based in the "eyes" of peacock feathers, a symbol of the Eye of Horus and therefore of the Rosicrucian all-seeing eye.

You might know that I trace Randolphs to the Meschins of Durham as they moved to Cheshire to become Mascis. Is it a coincidence that the Peacock surname was first found in Durham, and that the diamonds in the gold rings of the Peacock Coat are called "mascles" (see verification??

On June 24, I wrote:

"Having traced Pollocks and Peacocks to Ladislaus I with confidence, and therefore believing that Pollocks stemmed from his Polish [mother], Adelaide, I investigated further. Noting that her father was Mieszko II..."

Mieszko? In the portrait of Ladislaus I, there is a red diamond on gold on his breast, and meanwhile the gold diamond on red in the Peacock Coat is called a "mascle." Couldn't that term therefore signify the Masci/Maccus/Meschin bloodline from king Mieszko from which Pollocks stemmed forth? Indeed, for the Masci-Coat page shows "Mascell" variations.

Ladislaus is suspect by some as a father of some British Leslies, and to this I would add that I have just found two Batt-like surnames claiming derivation (though I think "descent" is a better term) from the name, Bartholomew, which name belonged to a man from Hungary-way widely thought to have founded the Scottish Leslies proper.

Recalling from yesterday that I traced Pollocks to the town of Polch in the NeuWIED region (on the Wied river, Germany), I figured that there should be links between Ladislaus' family and the Neuwied region. There are "elephant trunks" (i.e. they double as prairie-buffalo horns) in the German Weid Crest, and I think I see disguised elephant trunks in the portrait of Ladislaus I. Note that he's holding an axe, the symbol of the Batten Coat, the one with human eye in Crest that I'm tracing to the Peacock branch of Pollocks. This is the first of the two Batt-like surnames claiming derivation from "Bartholomew."

The other one is Batcock (which includes "Babcock"). I don't think these surnames were pet names of "Bartholomew," as claimed, but rather think the claim is smokescreen jargon for the fact that both surnames trace to the Leslie-founding Bartholomew(s). I think the surnames trace to the Georgian Bat peoples...who lived beside the Laz Georgians, foundational to the Leslies.

If this traces the Arpad Hungarians to the Bat(umi) and Laz regions of Georgia, perfect! For I had traced Arpads to the nearby Harpasus river, a tributary of the Aras, the latter being the origin of Horus (i.e. the Hros/Rosh) and therefore of his all-seeing-eye and of the Rosicrucian Rhodians of Languedoc. In fact, "eye" in Italian is "occhio," and "oog" in Dutch," smacking of the Italic Oc language that named "LangueD'Oc."

You might be able to see that the Batcock Coat and Crest is Sinclair-viking all over, but I'm wondering whether the cock suffix links to the same in "peacock." In the Peacock Crest, the peacock holds a red rose in its beak. The three roosters in the Batcock Coat are red, as are the three in the English Cock Coat, and in fact we read here that "Cock" was from the Welsh "coch," meaning "red." I would take that derivation lightly and concentrate instead on the similarity between "cock" and "oc."

Long ago I theorized that "cock" derived from "kok," a Caucasian root that forms "egg." Wikipedia says that the Oc language derived from "hoc," which could feasibly develop into "cock" when seeking a symbol, especially if "hoc" was a term of a Gogi/CAUCasian people. After all, Ligurians (i.e. at the Oc front) were from mythical "Cyg/Cycnus" (i.e. a term meaning "swan").

What's a chicken to do but seek a Hoc Coat, and finding one in the Hock/Hoc surname, it turns out to be from Switzerland (beside Liguria), using a white swan on blue (= blue peacock colors) with a blue rose (odd color for a rose, but it smacks of the peacock) between antlers in the Crest. My feelers suggest links to the Zahringers (who were in Switzerland), who in Germany used blue antlers as well as the "elephant trunks."

The Italian Mascis were in the thick of these regions, in Piedmont, what was interior Liguria. And I think they were from the among/beside the Gogi. It could be that the Galli of the Kabeiri cult were named after the Gogi chicken rather than vice-versa, since after all Latin (i.e. the Latin "galina" = chicken) traces to the Laz Caucasians. In this picture, the Gauls were a Gogi peoples, or something very similar, but merged with Hebrews. Again, "Cycnus" = Kikons of the Rhodope mountains (Thrace), merged there with Kikon's mythical brother, Hebros (= the Hebros river/valley linked to the Kabeiri).

The Hock/Hoc-Coat page tells that a certain Johannes Hock married an Anna Pfaff, and checking the latter surname, smacking of "Paphlagonia," I found it too to be from Switzerland, it too to be blue and white, but with a blue Zionist star on white, perhaps linking to Hagar-branch Ishmaelites (the Hagar Coat uses the Zionist star in reversed colors).

I'm done for the day. I was able to go long because I found a way to solve the vision problem: reading glasses set over sunglasses (a funny sight). That electrical-burning sensation at the back of my eyeballs is no longer there after several hours online. I'll try to keep updates shorter anyway.

August 9

I decided to check the Pfaff surname late in yesterday's update because it looked like a Pfief(f)er alternative (I had entered the Pfieffer surname earlier as a Paphlagonian line leading to Fifeshire and neighboring Forfar, Scotland). I should therefore add that Dan Pfieffer is the White House deputy communications director.

Secondly, LG shared a webpage on Nordic flags and asked me to focus on the presidential flag of Forvik because its lion held a scroll. I assumed she was implying a link to the scroll in the Moray Crest, and indeed we see Forvik using blue and white, Moray colors. In fact, Forvik is a "micronation" on Shetland (Scotland) and therefore uses the Shetland blue cross on white.

At the sight of "Forvik," I checked out the Forbes Coat, which surname by the way I had linked to the Pfieffers in the Forfar region (a little south of Shetland), and it too was blue and white (i.e. it looks like a potential match with Forvik). It's the Coat using the harnessed bears that could link to the saddled Corbinian Bear used also by the present pope's Arms.

As we can see a stag in the Forbes Crest, a symbol of the Rollo vikings, I should also mention now that I have never been convinced by any evidence that More (the place ruled by the Rollo clan) was in Norway. The page that LG shared has a link to Oland (an island off of southern Sweden), where we read of a Meore location. Clicking that link brought me to an article on More, saying: "More is one of the original small lands of Smaland, a historical province (landskap) in southern Sweden."

What's conspicuous here is that "SmaLand" smacks of the Sami peoples of Finland...who I suspected to be in Shetland (the Shetland flag matches Estonian flags and is in colors reversed from the Finnish flag). I'm not necessarily thinking that Rollo's clan came from the Sami, but that there was a union in Smaland. I say this because I traced the Rollo clan to Hebrews of Arpad roots, which Arpads were from Finno-Ugrics. I trace pagan Hebrews also to the Sami...who are thought to be a branch of Basques.

On the topic of Basques, I opened an email from CC last night, who insisted again that Basques were from Berbers, an Aryan peoples in north-west Africa thought to be a branch of Gorgons and/or Amazons. This time I decided to check Berber-like surnames, and first thought of Barber. Not only is there's a garb (symbol of Gascony) in the Scottish Barber Coat, but a red-on-white saltire, the flag of Gascony granted by pope Clement! This can't be a double coincidence; CC is right, Berbers and Basques were related.

"Barbarian" is thought to derive from the Berbers. The Italian Barbara Coat uses a blue rose...which I had found yesterday in the Hock/Hoc surname. The Barber Coat uses (e)scallops, symbol of Sicily, and the Barbara surname was first found in Sicily, making much sense since Berbers hopping to Europe were likely to be in Sicily too.

I failed to mention yesterday that the Oc/Occitan language, the topic that led me to the Hock/Hoc Coat in the first place, was from Joktanites who named Occitania...that then became Aquitania...before it was re-named Gascony after the Euskals/Basques. I recall suggesting strongly that "Joktan/Oc" was root to the ox (bull) symbol of Zeus and/or of the Hyksos, wherefore see the bull head in the English Barber Crest.

The French Barbar Coat uses gold clovers (on blue), the symbol of both the Welsh Cleve Coat and the Calvin Coat, two surnames that I traced to Calabria's (C)Halybe founders (Calabria is beside Sicily).

In the same email, CC noted that the Arms of Stuttgart matched the Ferrari (the car) logo, which didn't surprise me because I traced proto-Stewarts from Stuttgart to the Stout-surnamed vikings of Shetland, and Veres/Fers (who I say were from the Ferrari clan) were a Stewart branch. This website speaks on the similarity between the Arms of Stuttgart and the Ferrari logo. The colors are black on gold, HohenStaufen colors.

In the news, a top-of-the-page NOTICE: "Will Antichrist Arise On 12/11/2012 And Be Pronounced World Messiah On 12/21/2012?" The mathematics are quite startling! The problem is, wants us to pay to find out what this is about. What kind of Christians would get paid to release info about the anti-Christ's imminent arrival? Has it come to profits in prophetic circles?

As an example of what Muslims will do to Christians who oppose their religion, see Muslims torch Christians for 'blasphemy' of Quran What will they do when the anti-Christ hypnotizes them Hitler style?

In Iran, on the topic of some Western agents in court after being arrested at Mousavi demonstrations:

"An Iranian employee of the French embassy, Nazak Ashfar, was also in the [court's prisoner] dock, [Iran] state media said, as was French teacher Clotilde Reiss.

Reiss and ASHfar, hum? The German Reiss/Ris/Rice surname was first found in Bohemia, but compare the Welsh Rice/Ris Coat to the English Ashford Coat. It looks like the two are family...wherefore a globetrotter plot DOES seem to be in Iran's Mousavi movement.

The Ashford coat has "a black chevron between three blue keys" (see verification). At the, the keys appear black, but I'll take the above as verification that blue keys were also used. If true, a huge point can be made because I ran into blue keys when discussing Ishmaelite ties to Ayrshire, which is conspicuous because ASHford looks like yet another Ishmael-honoring term.

Blue keys were found July 21 when, due to the Ayrshire motto, "God Shaw the Richt," I checked Shaw Coats to find "Shave" and "Sheave" variations that then led to the Italian Sheaves Coat using blue keys. The place where "Shave" and "Sheaves" can be found is in the English Shaw-Coat page, which uses a black chevron on white (!!!), just like the Rice and Ashford Coats.

Having just talked about gold clovers in the Berber line to the Basques, see that they're also in the Irish Shaw Coat (the closer we get to the center of these families, the more the same symbols ought to pop up). Both the Irish and Scottish Shaw pages tell that the surname is from "Sithech," said to be from "wolf" but I think differently. As per my findings that Ishmaelites use the Zionist star, and due also to my growing suspicions that Ishmaelites are at the heart of Templar Zionism, I've noted that "Sithech" smacks of "Zedek," an early name for Jerusalem used by an Amorite king of Jerusalem, Adoni-Zedek (= Lord of Zedek"), who fought against the Biblical Joshua.

It's not at all unthinkable that Ishmaelite Hebrews were in Jerusalem, and merged to Amorites there. In fact, I have suggested that the Acra hill of Jerusalem, beside the Zion hill, was named in honor of Hagar, Ishmael's mother.

Again, see the similarity between thePfaff Coat and Hagar Coat and ask whether Ishmaelites passed through Paphlagonia/Pamphylia to the Babenburgs of Grabfeld and Bamberg, and then to the Bebbenburghs of Bamburgh, Scotland??? The Ayers Coatt (which I suspect is after "Hagar") uses gold four-leaf clovers.

The Ashford surname was first found in Cornwall, where I had traced Ishmaelites first (before finding them in Ayrshire). I had traced Hadad-branch Ishmaelites to Cornwall from the Heid/Hutt surname that I think linked to "Hitler/Hiedler" (see fifth and sixth updates of July). It makes great sense that anti-Israeli Hebrews should be Ishmaelites, but we are soon to meet an anti-Israeli Hebrew of modern times that is also pro-Islam, and that's where we would expect Ishmaelites all the more...because Arabs claim to trace to Ishmael, and because "Islam" may have derived from "Ishmael."

The blue keys of the Ashford surname make a link to the blue keys of the Shaw bloodline. In the Irish-Shaw page we read that "The first mention of the Clan was their recorded presence at the General Council by King Malcolm Canmore at Forfar in 1061." Forfar. The region to which I traced Pfieffers and therefore now trace the Pfaffs. The Scottish Shaws were first in Perthshire, smack next to Forfar and Fife! The Arms of Perthshire has a red lion holding a scimitar. Could that curved sword be Arabian?

The Hagar(t) surname was first found in Perthshire.

Still on the topic of the arrests in Iran:

"The official Iranian news agency IRNA quoted Rassam, who is charged with espionage, as saying that information was handed over to the Americans. 'Because the American government lacks facilities to survey Iran events and because of the close relations between Washington and London, the British embassy in Tehran sent its collected vote unrest details to Washington,' the Reuters news agency reported Rassam as telling the court."

This sounds like a statement fashioned, not to "squeal" on the Americans, but to protect them from the larger reality (i.e. that they were involved in the Mousavi uprising). Where Rassam "admits" that the American government lacked spy facilities, it's cover for Obama rather than an admission of guilt.

Obama has become the all-seeing-eye in police cars of Jerusalem:

"The Obama administration has set up an apparatus to closely monitor Jewish construction in Jerusalem and the strategic West Bank to the point of watching Israeli moves house-to-house in certain key neighborhoods, WND has learned.

...The [Israeli] officials, who spoke on condition that their names be withheld, said that last March Mitchell oversaw the establishment of an enhanced apparatus based in the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem that closely monitors the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem neighborhoods, incorporating regular tours of the areas, at times on a daily basis."

This story does great damage to the Obama administration inside Israel.

It is first-nature for globalists to spy. That's what they do. They keep track of as much as possible, and then, after sitting down together, conspiracy style, they seek to turn events their way. This is fine and good if globalists are good, as God is good, but we know they are filled with self-interest while promising services to the people.

Obama's father (Frank Marshall Davis) worked secretly for the FBI. He was likely a spy, as even every police officer is to some degree. I don't know what capacity Frank Davis had with the globalists, but it was enough to get Obama elected. Today, I find another Mr. Davis in Israeli politics, though on-side with the same people that Obama is for: the Palestinians:

"A Jewish member of Fatah was nominated for a spot on the party's Revolutionary Council [yesterday], the Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported.

Dr. Uri Davis told Ma'an that one of Fatah's weakest attributes has been its failure to establish ties with international parties, movements and human rights organizations, and promised to step up efforts, if elected.

Born to Jewish parents in Jerusalem, Davis describes himself as a Palestinian Hebrew.

Davis has written a series of books and articles that classify the State of Israel as an apartheid state, alleging that Israel's policies towards Palestinians, including Palestinian citizens of Israel, are comparable to South Africa's apartheid policies.

You don't suppose that this Davis fella is Obama's friend from way back in his Chicago days, do you? Davis sounds like a Westerner and even holds positions that Obama holds. He's a pro-Palestinian Hebrew...just as I imagine many of the Hebrews on Obama's foreign team. The article continues:

...[Davis] already serves as a Fatah-affiliated observer member (non-Palestinian) of the Palestinian National Council, to which he was appointed by the late Yasser Arafat in 1984.

Davis was recruited to Fatah in the 1980s by Palestine Liberation Organization leader and founder Khalil Al-Wazir, also known as Abu Jihad, who was assassinated in 1988 by an Israeli commando unit led by current Defense Minister Ehud Barak in Tunisia, the Palestinian news agency reported.

I wasn't convinced that the Israeli left-wing parties were satisfactory because all of them are Zionist parties,' Davis explained. 'Thus, I examined Palestinian left-wing parties but discovered that most of them adopted Marxism,' such as the secular Popular and Democratic Fronts for the Liberation of Palestine.

'However I was pro-socialism rather than Marxism, so I joined Fatah because it contained a liberal framework that encompasses contradictory yet harmonious ideologies,' he added. 'The movement has struggled to liberate land and people from occupation.'

What kind of Hebrew is this? "Contradictory yet harmonious ideologies"? Is he nuts too?

I was speaking of Obama's bloodline-past in Durham just yesterday, and now I learn that "Davis is an honorary research fellow at the University of Durham's Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies." Moreover, I traced Obama's bloodline from Durham to Cheshire months before discovering that the English Davis surname was first found in Cheshire.

The article from which the above on Uriel Davis was taken sounds like he's in bed with Jimmy Carter, and that they're jiggling each other's private apartheids. He's even a Muslim convert as of a year ago. I mean Obama could get along with this guy. And Gog might like to meet him too. It's one thing to be anti-Zionist, as I am (in the literal sense i.e. I'm not anti-Zion nor anti-Israeli), and another to be anti-Zionism and pro-Muslim together while wishing the crippling of Israel on behalf of God's Arab enemies. Davis has written:

"...Needless to say that in this context Jerusalem is not and cannot be the capital, let alone 'eternal' capital of the State of Israel -- not even West Jerusalem."

I think the Hitler shoe fits Obama more than Obama opponents realize:

"Jewish Democrats in the United States are furious over the use of Nazi imagery in the contentious debate over President Barack Obama's proposed health care reform."

The same accusations from Russia on in the Georgian-Ossetia border have been tossed recently on the Lebanese-Israeli border:

Hezbollah's deputy secretary general, Sheikh Naim Qassem, said his organization is ready for any outbreak in hostilities that may erupt along the border with Israel.

Qassem, who spoke during a remembrance gathering marking three years since Israel and Hezbollah fought a month-long war, said the Shi'ite militia is not waiting for Israel to begin fighting before making the necessary preparations.

Qassem said Israel 'is an aggressive entity that can act at any moment and so the organization is always ready and it will prevent Israel from attaining its goals. ...'In any event, we don't trust the Security Council nor we do trust the superpowers...and so the resistance will continue until the liberation of our lands.'"

They hoped Obama could cure the problem; now all they have is war to resort to.

How does Russia get more weapons into South Ossetia after complaining about weapons moving into Georgia from the West? Just like that, by complaining (whether it's true or not) and then doing tit-for-tat: "On the anniversary of the start of the Russia-Georgia war President Dmitry Medvedev said that Moscow would continue to provide South Ossetia with social and economic aid, as well as military assistance."

I have more on Hagar. It may or may not be a coincidence that Gorgons in north-Africa were depicted in myth as three old HAGS sharing a single eye between them. The German/Bavarian Hag Coat, also white (blocks) on blue, and the surname includes "Hager." Note the blue wings in the Crest.

The English Hacker/Hatcher Coat; also white on blue, and using scallops; the Crest is a blue and white arm holding olive leaves (see verification). The write-up: "First found in Lincolnshire where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor of Carby from very ancient times..."

The Scottish Carby Coat; also white on blue, and using six-pointed "jellyfish," technically called "estoiles." The surname sounds Gareb-like (= a hill at old Jerusalem).

With the Hacker surname, we are close to the Swiss Hock/Hoc surname; also white on blue! This is the one with the blue rose in Crest, a symbol used also by the Italian Barbara Coat...from Berbers, I'm assuming. Blue is the color of Gog, keep in mind, for the term in various ways, such as "Kok" or "Gok," means "sky."

The French Acre/Hacre Coat; also white on blue, and first found in Forez, a term similar to "Foret" to which I traced (April 29) the Pfieffers and/or Forfar.

August 10

Last night, there were some major inroads made into European Ishmaelites. It started when I found the article below late in yesterday's news:

[Jimmy Carter] will travel to Gaza before the end of August, as part of a delegation of 'Elders' and will be accompanied by a panel of world leaders assembled by Nelson Mandela...[Carter] published in 2007 the book 'Palestine Peace Not Apartheid,' which roundly criticizes Israel for Arab violence."

I wonder if Carter has Uriel Davis on speed dial.

The Carter Crest uses a greyhound with a cartwheel (I keep in mind that "Gargar" means "wheel-wheel," and that Gargarians became the Kartli/KartVeli Georgians). The Carter cartwheel is in the green and white colors of the Winchester Roundtable (see midway down the page), which also looks like a wheel. The Carters were first found in Winchester (Hampshire).

The Winchester surname was first found in Hampshire, but then moved up to Ayrshire with a "displaced" Saxon lord. Hmm, were they Hagarites? The Winchester Coat uses white symbols on blue, as did other Hagar-like Coats shown late yesterday. The Winchester Coat also uses a blue lion in Crest, holding a red hollow diamond called a mascle. In the Coat, the same diamonds are on gold, and are the same type, and in reversed colors, seen in the Peacock Coat...using blue peacocks on white.

Moreover, the center of the Winchester Coat is a single gold block, a symbol that I've linked to other (i.e. besides the Peacocks) Pollock branches. Pollocks were beside Ayrshire in Renfrewshire. We saw a white block on blue yesterday in the German Hag/Hager Coat, and as in the Winchester Coat, the shield is blue and gold. I think it's a match, but does it mean that Ishmaelites were in Winchester, or that Pollocks were Ishmaelites?

Winchester was the capital of Wessex, and as you may know, I trace Wessex to the Kwisa river in Lusatia (Polish border). I have already traced proto-Leslies ultimately to Lusatia, but I also traced the red diamond/mascle of the Peacocks to Leslies of royal-Polish stock (i.e. king Mieszko). This can explain why Maxwells and their Pollock septs are expected in Wessex in pre-Conqueror Saxon times, and also that Saxons are to be traced to Lusatia(ns), but does it mean that Saxons were Ishmaelites?

The scimitar, I think, was especially a Saxon sword. The Kyles (Ayrshire) who adopted the scimitar used black candles on gold, the colors of Saxony, but also the colors of suspected Ishmaelites in Ayrshire as per a treatment on the topic starting in the 6th update of July. But the Arms of Saxony also use a green band, a color that I've long wanted to identify, a color that I've long known belongs to Arabs.

Therefore, was the scimitar intended to be an Arab symbol secretly? What possible link could there have been between Arabs and Germanics? I know the answer: mount Sion in Phoenicia. It was the summit of mount Herman after whom the Germanics were named, and Hermes (the god of Hermon and of the Herminone Germanics) was made (by myth writers) the father of mythical Arabus (see

As "Winchester" is said to derive from "Ventaceaster," the Wends are suspect...and, who knows but that the royal Windsors were Ishmaelites. The German Wend/Winsch Coat is blue and gold, like the Winchester Coat, and the Crest uses a blue lion...just like the Winchester Crest!! Those exclamation marks are because I found the similarities AFTER suspecting a Wend connection.

And Wends lived in the general region of Lusatia; see how the Wend Coat reflects the Hebrew Pollock Coat. This is good, for I've long suggested that Pollocks were from Lombards, who were a Vinili peoples linked to Wends. The Windsor-Coat page tells that Windsors were from Lombardy (Swiss border); the latter uses green (quadrafoil) and white Arms, the colors of the Carter Coat (Scottish Pollocks use a green shield).

The Irish Davis Coat also uses green and white, and both the Italian David and Italian Lombard surnames were first found in Venice. The Veneti were the root of their Wend/Vandal branch, and besides I had traced proto-Leslies to the Veneti city of Padova. The Italian Lombard Chief uses the Bauer symbol, and I had traced Bauers to the Pollock surname via the Scottish Bowers using a green shield. The English Lombard Coat uses diamonds, in black and gold.

I don't know how Frank Marshall Davis got his middle name, but if it was from a surname, see the Marshall Coat, gold diamonds on red, the colors reversed from the Winchesters, but in the same colors as the Peacocks and the single diamond on the breast of Ladislaus I (or "Laszlo"; he married into the Mieszko bloodline).

I'm mentioning this because I suspect that the Davis surname is from Ishmaelite background, and quite possibly from the David royals of Templar Georgia who traced themselves to the Biblical king David. The Marshalls may be of that ilk too. The Scottish Marshall Coat is the blue saltire on white that is a reversal of the Scottish flag, called, "Andrew's Cross"...that I think was named after king Andrew of Hungary. Ladislaus was crowed in 1077, just 21 years after Andrew was crowned; the latter named his son, Solomon (the name also of the Biblical David's son).

Compare the French Davis/David Coat and the French Barbar/Barbier Coat. Both use a gold chevron on blue, but the latter uses gold clovers, a symbol on the Irish Davis Coat.

This doesn't necessarily mean that Davis mainline ancestry was in north-Africa, for it could mean that Davis' merged with Berbers. To solidify a Davis link to Lombards, the latter were called "Langobards/Longbeards," and in myth were shown with long hair. The French Barbier surname is said to mean, "beard." Perhaps Berbers were hair cutters, or the beard just became a symbol of Berbers due to a sound-alike with "barber." Whatever, one has to entertain a Lombard trace to Berbers in some way.

The Moor-head symbol of Europe now comes to mind, so low and behold that the Scottish Moor Coat (with Aryan Moor head in Crest) matches the Italian Lombard Chief! The Scottish Moors were first found in Ayrshire (!), reinforcing the idea that Berbers were linked to Hagarite Ishmaelites (if indeed Ishmaelites are involved in Ayrshire and in the Hagar surname at all). I can't recall whether CC traced Ishmaelites to Berbers, but if she did, she'll let me know.

Dated today:

"The United States should send up to 45,000 extra troops to Afghanistan, a senior adviser to the American commander in Kabul has told The Times. Anthony Cordesman, an influential American academic who is a member of a team that has been advising General Stanley McChrystal, now in charge of Nato forces in Afghanistan, also said that to deal with the threat from the Taleban the size of the Afghan National Army might have to increase to 240,000."

The Scottish Cords Coat uses gold symbols (arrowheads) on black; the Ayers surname uses gold symbols on black, which I mention because the Cords surname was first found in Ayrshire! The surname smacks of "Kurd," so I tried for a Kurd Coat and got the Caird/Kerd surname...first found in Ayrshire! It uses a blue lion (!!!) on white, evocative of the Winchester and Wend blue lion.

The Cords and Cairds could be CARTer relatives, therefore, and I'm still hopeful that these names trace to the Kartvelian Georgians (the Carter databank includes "Kart"). As per the "Kartli" term, I tried for a Cartell Coat and got the Irish Cardell surname using what could be a red diamond (used in the Winchester Coat; Carters were from Winchester).

The Irish Cardells use the red mascle (see verification, but ignore the meanings of symbols at this website on a red-on-white saltire; the English Cart Coat uses palm trees surrounding a red saltire on white. Do they have palm trees in north Africa??? I know they're not in England. Besides, the red saltire on white (Gascony flag, remember) was a symbol of the Scottish Barber Coat. The Cart surname was first found in Wiltshire, smack beside Hampshire (i.e. where Winchester is located), wherefore the Cart family looks like a Carter branch. The Arms of Wiltshire are green and white (!), the Carter colors.

Green could be more broadly the color of pre-Islamic Arabs that was then passed to Islamic Arabs. BUT, green would have been the color of choice for Ishmaelite lines of Europe. It could be as simple as that to identify Ishmaelite lines. What better way to explain Carter's strange love for Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria, etc., and his disgust for Israel??? Of course, the Cart-surname palm trees are green, but they are on a white background. The Carter Coat also uses green symbols on white (rather than vice versa, which would stress white rather than green).

BEHOLD. The English Gard Coat: three green "horizontal birds" on white!!! Also, black symbols (griffins) on gold in the Chief (the colors of choice for Satanists are black on gold or black on white). The Crest uses laurel leaves, the symbol of Daphne (she was turned into a laurel tree on Greece's Ladon river when Apollo chased her for passionate "love").

The English Garth Coat? Black crosses on gold! The same crosses are partly on gold in the English Wilton Coat, significant because Wiltshire was earlier called, Wilton. The Gards were first found in Kent, and the Garths first in neighboring Surrey.

I had traced both Daphne and Surrey to Tyre, anciently "Tsurru/Surru" but "Tyrus/Tyros" to the Greeks. One of Daphne's fathers was Tiresias, you see. As this region was ruled by mythical Cadmus ("us" is a common Greco-Latin suffix), is it a coincidence that one of Ishmael's son was Kedemah (Genesis 25:15)? The Surrey County Council uses a green and white logo (!), and the Surrey Arms uses keys (I'm thinking the keys of the Shaw/Shave bloodline).

A trace of the Carter family to Tyre and Phoenicia could explain his love for this region today. The Ishmaelites lived from Havilah to Shur (Genesis 25), the latter being near Egypt, but Havilah being unidentified with certainty. The stretch of this land is said to be as one goes toward Asshur, which could be either Syria or Assyria.

In Syria there was a location of Abila (i.e. that seems Havilah-conspicuous) forming a broader region of Abilene that I once conjectured as root of "Avalon." Abilene stretched south from Damascus to at least mount Sion/Hermon (east of Tyre), where I located the Daphne cult's beginnings, though it moved up into Syria in later times...where Hadad was worshiped (Hadad was the name of another son of Ishmael).

Abila was on the Abana river that Wikipedia identifies with the modern Barada, a term smacking of the LomBARDS. Wikipedia links the Abana term to "Banias" (or "Panias"), a city of mythical Pan at mount Sion. I think Daphne's other father, Peneus, depicted peoples of Panias.

If we end up making a strong Ishmaelite connection to Joktanites of Yemen (who may have lived throughout the Arabian peninsula), chances are, Havilah -- and therefore possibly Abila -- was named after Joktan's son, Havilah! Genesis 10:29. It's possible that Yemen was named by Joktanites after Yamm, the dragon off the coast of Syria that was likely Lotan>Ladon.

CC believes that Ishmaelites (descendants of Abraham) were joined to the descendants of Abraham by his wife, Keturah (Genesis 25). Their son, Jokshan (his name may suggest Keturah's kinship with Joktanites), gave birth to Dedan, who put forth Asshurites, who I thought (years ago) were the Asshurites of Syria...the ones beside/near Havilah/Abila. But the same Dedan also gave birth to Leummites, suggesting a son called "Leum," and it could have been these that later named the Lombards.

Assuming that Abilene named mythical Avalon and Apollo(n) himself ("Avalon" was from the real Abellinum in Italy's Hirpini wolfland), the mythical (proto-)Muses must have lived in Abilene (Ishmael had Massa for a son). Another tribe of the same Dedan was the Letushite tribe, from a son named "Letu," we can presume. Apollo's mother was "Leto." Coincidence? I don't think so. This means that the Apollo cult could have included Ishmaelites, but in any case it depicted Hebrews from Abraham's blood.

Behold, Apollo's twin sister, ArTEMus, named after the Themis location in what is now north-western Turkey; Ishmael had another son, Tema!!! Those exclamation marks are because this is new to me, completely new and sensible. I know when something makes a lot of sense on these topics. The thing is, I traced Artemis to the statue of liberty because Artemis was depicted at times with a torch. If my trace is correct, Frank and American Freemasons were Ishmaelites, at least to a large degree.

The highest place on a hill/mountain (e.g. Sion) was the most sacred to the pagans. It's where the chief god was thought to live. The highest point in Surrey is Leith Hill, smacking of Leto. We can imagine that Leto was the Lotan/Ladon cult (Ladon was yet another father of Daphne), but as this discussion started with the Gards and Garths of Kent and Surrey (because Gards use a laurel symbol), who were related to Carter elements in Winchester, note that the Leith-surname Coat uses red diamonds on gold, the symbol in the Winchester Coat. Also, the Leith Coat and Crest uses the same black cross (on gold) found in both the Garth and Wilton Coats.

The Leith surname was first found in Lothian, a term smacking of Lotan, and moreover the red diamond on gold was symbol to Ladislaus I, a possible Leslie/Lusatian. His mother was Adelaide, also known as Rixa, daughter of Richenza of LOTHeringia.

There's just too many similar Lot-like terms there to be wholly coincidental, but in any case the Lothian Coat uses a pine tree on white, smacking of the Arms of Lebanon (what was once Phoenicia): a (green) cedar on white. The cedar was a Biblical i./e. old symbol of Lebanon, and quite possibly Lebanese branches into Europe carried an evergreen of some sort as their symbol; pines where cedars did not grow, for example.

The pine was the symbol of Atti(s), who I trace to the Hatti of Hattusa, and then back to the Cadusii, the Armenians to which Hermes belonged. There is a Kadish in Lebanon: "The Kadisha Valley is nearby the Forest of the Cedars of God, survivors of the ancient Cedars of Lebanon..."

The Lothian pine tree holds a bugle in the black and gold stripes of the Traby bugles. Remember, Traby traces to Trabzon, a variant of "Thermodon," the river where Themis was located! If, therefore, Themis was named after Tema, Ishmael's son, then the Traby clan may have been Ishmaelites as well. If the Traby stripes are the gold and black bars of Saxony, Saxons were from this picture too!

The Lothian Coat write-up says that the surname was first found in Perthshire but was more at home in Ayrshire!! You may have read yesterday that Ishmaelites were traced to Perthshire; not only was the Hagar surname first found there but the Shaw surname too...that had a special Richt in Ayrshire!

Lombards were of the Suebi/Suevi Swedes, who I trace back to the Sabines that were also the "Safina," who are then traced back to "Daphne" at Syria's mount Saphon. It therefore links Lombards to Daphne, which then supports a Lombard trace to the Syrian river, Barada. But my bigger point is that I've entertained a Suebi trace to Sheba, the brother of Dedan, the same Dedan that put forth the Leummites and Letushites. I'm suggesting that while LOMbards were from Dedan's Leummites, the Suevi were from Sheba. And I think that the "Sheaves" variation of "Shaw" may be cause for its trace to the Sheba>Suevi line as well, especially as the Italian Sheaves/Cheaves surname was first found in Abruzzo, where the Sabines lived.

The symbol in the Scottish Shaw Coat could be construed as the holy grail. This doesn't contradict a trace of the holy grail to the Staufen (= "grail bearer") term of the HohenStaufens (black on gold symbols!!), for they ruled in Swabia, what was named as a Suebi domain. Therefore, to find the holy grail in the Arthurian cult, find the Suebi element of that cult.

My first crack at identifying the holy grail bloodline was in mythical Cilix, who was the Cadmus branch in Cilicia. Cadmus (i.e. the people he depicted) later ruled Thebes, what I suggested was named after Sheba, grandson of Abraham. The dragon that Cadmus slew at Thebes was identified by me as mythical Ogyges, husband of Thebe, and the ruler of the region which at the time was called Acte, perhaps named after (J)Oktan elements.

The Greek for "holy" is "hagio(n)," and perhaps the "holy grail" phrase was developed first of all from similarity with "Hagar."

You don't suppose that the "Jewish" rulers of the Khazars were Ishmaelites, do you? They did ponder turning to the Muslim religion at one point, it is said, though they opted instead for Judaism. And they seemed to get along fine with the Arab community.

A trace of Ishmaelites to Amazons of the Thermodon allows Ishmaelites to have been in neighboring Georgia too, thus having potential to support a Carter-et-al tie to the Gargarian Kartli. The idea coming to mind is that Ishmaelites were in Colchis, the earlier name of Georgia, a realm that was given the mythical king, Aeetes, no doubt a symbol of Attis because Aeetes lived in Kutaisi, smacking of Hatussa. Plus, myth made Aeetes (when he yet ruled Corinth) the relative of Hermes (= the Cadusii peoples).

I had identified the second serpent of Herme's caduceus rod as the Gileki peoples (beside Cadusia), and then traced "Gileki" to "Colchis," especially to Colchis' Glaucus river on which the Laz lived after the fall of the Aeetes era. I suspect that the Gileki, or "Gels," were Alan stock or Alan ancestors who founded Hellenistic Greece. Alans proper were the product of the Amazon-Gargarian alliance, but I don't yet see evidence of Ishmaelite links to early Colchians proper.

World Net Daily has another article detailing Obama's infancy, the point of the article being that his mother abandoned Mr. Obama Sr. within months of their marriage, which is what could be expected if he wasn't the real father. He may have known that he wasn't the father, i.e. which may have broken the marriage irreparably.

August 11

It wasn't long ago that the Hezbolah front in Lebanon was quite...during the Iranian unrest. But some load clangings have been much of the Israeli news for the past week or so..which coincides with Iran getting a grip on the unrest. This could suggest what was predictable, that Iran intended to withhold hostilities against Israel until after the back-to-back Lebanese and Iranian elections. Not that both are in the past, the hostile plots can be re-formulated based on the conditions of post-election circumstances.

In short, Hezbolah seems to be itching for a war and should start it when Iran gives the green light. DEBKAfile reports today that Iran is shipping large missiles to Hezbolah, and due to any number of slated preparations, or unforeseeable setbacks, the war could be delayed.

Sunni Arabs are hardening their control of Mosul; today's news is that they are forming an anti-Kurd bloc to oust Kurd interference altogether. The king of the north should like to enter talks with this bloc. The article below tells that Sunni terrorists are making their way to Gaza but with troubles. Indeed, where are the al-Qaeda fighters who promised to surround Israel? The article mentions one obstacle:

"The flow of foreign terrorists to Gaza will gradually increase, defense officials forecast, as the friction between the extremist Sunni groups and U.S. forces in Iraq diminishes in advance of the expected American withdrawal. Israeli officials are of the opinion that Hamas is not particularly interested in having these foreigners enter the Strip since they do not act under Hamas instructions and are identified with even more extremist and uncompromising ideologies than Hamas itself."

Ideally, for Sunni terrorists to surround Israel, they'll choose to work with Hezbollah and Hamas as starters, but the West Bank is a third zone of critical interest. Lately, the West Bank Fatah organization has been bucking against the Israeli state, and lust for their own state cannot wait long to have it. Sunni terrorists will find a solution, guaranteed, because Jesus said Israel would be surrounded in the last days (Luke 21) by the anti-Christ invasion.

By the way, Abbas' political leadership over Fatah has been extended without competition from anyone else. For his next term, he's promising to get the Palestinian state.

I can't find any other news to report, but hang in there; things are moving along toward fulfilled prophecy, if only slowly.

Back to yesterday's topic. The Winchester=Wend topic led back to where it was expected, to where a tracing back of the European dragon cult must always go: to Veneti = Heneti Paphlagonian bloodlines. The related topics then led back to Apollo and Daphne of Syria, the two cults of which shared a role in the Delphic Oracle of Delphi (Greece); the laurel leaf is a symbol from that Oracle, and in Greek that tree is a "daphne" tree. It suggests that the Taphians of northern Peloponnesia were symbolized by the laurel tree due to sound-alike with it.

Taphians made the island of Taphos (north of Peloponnesia) their home, but one can glean that they had also lived on the Peneus and Ladon rivers in Peloponnesia, homes to the Daphne cult. Support for this comes from "Mentes," the mythical king of Taphians, for it smacks of "Manto, a daughter of Tyresia (Tiresias)." Manto is thought by some to have founded Mantua in Lombardy, but in any case Tiresias was Daphne's father so that Manto -- and therefore the Mentes Taphians -- was her "sister."

The impression I have is that the Daphne and Apollo cults started off in Abilene of Syrio-Lebanon, then made the entire south shore of the Black sea (i.e. from the Trabzon Amazons to the Paphlagonians) their homelands, but finally concentrating in the Lydo-Mysian theater they hopped to Peloponnesia as the Pelops>Atreus cult...that I've already traced to Atrebates of Hampshire...where Winchester is located. Pelops>Atreus was the golden fleece bloodline --that I identified as the Laz who took over the Kutaisi kingdom of the Aeetes Colchians -- and as such it included the Ladon cult of Daphne, which was nothing more than the Lydians.Bard Coat to find what I suspect is the gold boar in the Pollock Crest. I suspect it because I link Pollocks to Leslies, while the Bard Crest uses the Leslie griffin. I have long traced "Pollock" to Pollux and Apollo, Pollux being the Spartan i.e. Atreus portion of the dragon bloodline (Apollo, thought to be from Aplu, and Pel(ops) were likely the same).

The idea coming to mind, since Leslies were founded by a Bartholomew, is that "Bartholo(mew)" was a Hebrew name derived from the Barada river. In any case, I next tried the Abel/Abele Coat to find boars but also a purple (rare heraldry color) band on white, the colors of the Luz and Lacy Coats. The Abel surname is said to derive from the name, Hevel," smacking of "Havilah."

The German Abel/Abele Coat uses a black bear on gold, and as it was first found in Wurttemberg, the Zahringers, who also ruled Berne (using a bear as symbol), come to mind...who I think founded the Bernicians of the Borderland areas of Scotland...where Pollock bloodlines lived. The Bard surname was first found in Lanarkshire, beside the Pollocks of Renfrewshire but also beside Ayrshire and Dumfriesshire (Ishmael had Dumah as a son).

If you didn't read yesterday, I discussed the Biblical fact that Ishmaelites lived in Havilah, which may have been Abila. I also traced Apollo to Abilene, a greater region of Abila.

In the German Bern-Coat write-up, where we find that the surname was from the city of Berne (*Switzerland), we find that the city was "Founded by Duke Berthold V of Zaehringen..." Berthold??? The Berne bear is black on gold, the colors of the bear in the German Abel Coat.

The Barada was the Abana river in earlier times, what may have named Lebanon.


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