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August 29

The first news story I arrived at today is on the new British military commander:

"Richards said: 'Looking to the longer term, I will be focusing on making sure that the army is geared up for future conflict as it evolves in this highly interdependent and globalised era.'"

English Richard Coat must be linked to Bruces because it uses the Bruce blue lion on white, and moreover the Richards were first found in Yorkshire where the blue-lion Bruces lived. The motto is, "honore et amore," smacking of Amorites. When we go to the Scottish Richard Coat, we find the Moray stars. In fact, the blue shield has small gold lions along with the stars, even as the French Bez Coat has a single white star and small gold lions, all on blue. This Bez surname was traced to Bezprym, brother of Mieszko II Lambert.

I now recall that I had George, the father of the first Drummond, over in Moray helping out MacBeth. Beth? Bez? I think that's feasible, for Bezprym died in 1032, while George was in Scotland in 1055. I had traced MacBeth to Bute elements (tentatively/very theoretically), and Bute did use a blue lion on white. Hmm.

I recall tracing George to "Giric," who was associated with the family of king Dub mac Mail Coluim; the latter was killed and replaced by king Cuilen, which has variations such as "Culen" or "Colin." The point is, in the last update, I had suggested a trace of the Kolodzik surname to "Colin" because Kolodzik (same as "Kolodziej") has a KOLNpock variation. Plus, the English Collin Coat uses footless martlets that I've traced to Pollock branches.

Since I perceive that George married into the bloodline of Drahomira with her husband Mieszko I, is it a coincidence that I've just independently traced the white Moray star to that couple's son: Boleslaw, father of Bezprym??? Wikipedia's MacBeth article suggests that his wife is uncertain, thought by some to be a daughter of Mael Coluim mac Cinaeda (grandson of Dub above). "Cinaeda" is better known as "Kenneth," and it is Kenneth who some Scots thought to be Giric, though the article admits this as an error.

I think George was there somewhere as Giric, and married to a Bohemians or Moravian. I should also mention that the mother of Malcolm II also seems unknown. Might a women from Poland's Moravian bloodline (I think Drahomira's father was the white-star-on-blue carrier) have married one of the Moray kings under discussion? Assuming that MacBeth was named after Bezprym, MacBeth's mother would have been Bezprym's wife.

But MacBeth's mother is known to be Gruoch, daughter of Boite/Bodhe son of Kenneth III (a Coluim), and quite possibly Boite was related to Bezprym, especially as Boite was of the Coluim dynasty while the single white star on blue belonged, not only to the French Bez surname, but the French CLEMment surname of Poitou...a place founded by Pictones, who developed into the Picts of the Moray region!! In fact, Boite, smacks of "Poitou."

I'm suggesting that Gruoch was of the Clement bloodline as it developed into the Coluim surname, wherefore MacBeth derived the white star of Moray through her. I'm also suggesting that the Clement bloodline was related to the Polish royalty in some way. Note that the Clement Coat uses a white star in mascle style (i.e. hollow).

Wikipedia says that MacBeth was called the Red King. That's the color of Poland. The English flag, St. George's Cross, is red. The father of Macbeth is said to have been Findlaech of Moray, or Findlaech mac Ruaidri, but I fail to see how his "MacBeth" (i.e. "son of Beth") developed under those names. Apparently, MacBeth took his father-in-law, Boite, for a father.

Boite/Poit" may all be related to "Piast," but that's jumping the gun. "Kenneth" and "Cinaeda" (the Kennedys?) are not all that far from "Kane" and other surnames developed from (Mc)Ians/Johns (using the Sobieski symbol and therefore likely a prime example of the Janina clan). Wikipedia tells that many Frenchmen from Poitou went to eastern Canada, but they must have followed the early sails of the Picts (who are credited as some of the "Indians" of the Americas. I have a feeling the Cree natives were from the Cruithne>Picts.

How were the Clements tied to the Mieszko royals? My guess at the moment is that the Clements were Leslies. Heraldry exposes this in two ways. One, the English-alternative Clement Coat has the motto: "Patris virtutibus." That caused me to check the Patrick Coat, black and white like both English Clement Coats. But the Patrick motto is the one using "labora," which is what led me to the Leybourne Coat yesterday. Leybourne/Libourne is a city in Gascony smack beside Poitou!! Keep in mind that Basques were early in Labrador (eastern Canada), wherefore it was likely named by the Labourd-branch Basques...who may have been from the Ley-borns.

In the history of Leybourne of Kent, a certain Mr. Leybourne from Kent had a descendent, "Sir Philip Libourne, [who] decided to live in a village in Kent called Lillieburn." That family founded Libourne in Gascony, but as the fleur-de-lys is said to be a lilly, I'd say we now know the fleur-de-lys family as the Leys>Leyborns!

Keeping in mind that the Patrick surname is at the root of the Baath term (see yesterday's update), it's more reason to connect it with the Clement-Boite line leading to "(Mac)Beth." I realize that you're hardly convinced of a Clement tie to the Patricks on the scanty evidence above, where I make the link based on what surnames I assume the two mottos represent, but can it be coincidence that the Aflack Crest is exactly the so-called "eagle rising" in the Clement Crest??? The Aflack and Bitar surnames (both use identical black crosses on white) founded the Baathists together, and it was the Bitars who were traced to Patricks in the previous update.

The Leybourne-surname Crest eagle rising!!

I had no idea that I'd be on the Clement topic today, or that Clements use a Patrick-like term in their motto. In the previous update, it was the Lester/Liecester-surname motto, "Pro rege et patria," that tipped me off to the Patrick surname. That Lester family, also "Leycester," was of the Leye river in Liecester!!! It's not a wonder if they and the Leybournes should be the same family. In fact, the Arms of Liecester uses a cinquefoil, while Sir Roger de Leybourne (1215-1271) was Lord Warden of the Cinqueports.

So, Clements were connected to the Baathist roots of the Leye-branch Leslie clan, and as such could have furnished MacBeth. But there is another way to make a Clement link to the Leslies, and that could then link Clements to the Polish royals, for I trace Leslies to them. This time we go to the other English Clement Coat, where we find the design used also by the Italian Marino/Marina surname; this may play into the Basque goddess, Mari).

In fact, I entered "Mari" and got an Italian Coat identical to the Marino Coat, but in black on gold! This Coat write-up says that "Mari" derives from the virgin Mary, and some have mingled the pagan Mari with Jesus' mother (a serious offense), but the Morino write-up clearly traces to "San Marino," wherefore the Mari surname is NOT from Mary but from Marino!

To put it another way, the Mari cult may have been at the root of the Morino/Marina terms (Myrina was a popular Amazon-queen term, especially of Lemnos). The write up traces to "Saint Marino the Bishop of Rimini," which causes me to link the Marino name to the Maschi/Maskaly surname (red shield) of Rimini for the Spanish Mari/Maria Coat used the Masci symbols! Rimini is important because I trace it to Rheims of Merovingian super-importance, and meanwhile Merovingians worshiped a Mari entity that they shrouded in Mary Magdalene.

I'm seeing a "Merovee" trace to "Morino/Marina" of Rimini. The French Mars surname includes More and Mer and therefore has all the right terms for a Merovingian trace to More/Moray, Merlin, Marsden/Marden/Martin/CarMarthen and Morrigan.

I highly suspect that "Magdalene" is code for a Dalene-like family, and I note that the Irish Dillons/Delions (with "Dalen" registered in the databank) use all red symbols, and derive from the French "lion/leon." The write up says that Dillons "First found in Drumrany, County Westmeath, where they were the Barons of Drumrany [Drummonds?]. They were descended from Logan de Lion, a descendant of one of the monarchs of Ireland, who married the daughter of the Duke of Aquitaine and became sovereign of that nation." I hardly expected an Irish surname to marry into Basque-ville southern France, but there you have it.

Very likely the red symbols of the Dillons are from the goddess Mari, for in my study on Mari I read that the color of her many symbols are usually red. Note the shield-on-shield of the Spanish Marina Coat, a red shield under a blue and white one...Polish colors all over, and apparently relevant to the white Moray star on blue because it's identical with, but in reversed colors of, the German Drummond Coat.

Note the little gold saltires surrounding the red Marina shield, for we saw them in two Coats in yesterday's update. I can't recall which two they were, but I will go see now...

I'm back. This is amazing, as I had hoped. It proves that the Marina surname is a Drummond branch because the same small gold saltires are located in exactly the same way in the Spanish shield-on-shield Chaves/Chavez Coat (Scottish Drummonds use the two colors of the two Chavez shields). The Marina link to the Drummonds is provable because the Chavez surname is a Shaw variation, while both Shaws and Drummonds were first found in Perthshire! Thus, the Drummonds and Chavez surnames are linked.

What's more, the Pert surname (I'm thinking from "Perth") uses both pairs of Drummond colors, with gold mascles on red as one pair, and the motto is simply, "Ardens," smacking of Ardennes (on the Meuse) where Rheims is located!! The Arms of Perthshire includes a central red lion (with scimitar), the Dillon symbol!!! The article tells that Robert Hay Drummond was Lord Lyon King of Arms, the chief of official Scottish heraldry.

Noting what appear to be combs in the Arms of Ardennes, I checked the Combe Coat to find three red lions!!! I think this surname is from "Colum(bus)," and could very well tie to Giric (Drummond) and his affiliations with the Coluims (i.e. the Malcolm surname), for a search of "Colm" brings up the Malcolm surname with MalCOMB variation. The French Combe Coat uses a near-replica of the Moreno castle.

The Arms of Ardennes uses gold on red shield, and then white on blue, the two Drummond color schemes. The central boar traces to the ancient pagans of Ardennes, which was roasted with an apple in its mouth. I think this apple was an Apollo/Avalon symbol because I trace king "Arthur" to Ardennes elements. Compare the Arms of Ardennes with the Murton Coat (I link mythical Merlin to the latter, but also the Moreno surname).

I assume the Clements to be tied to the Italian Marino Coat and therefore to the Moreno surname of Spain, which uses the same red castle as the Italian Bartol/Bartholomew Coat (blue and white in the background), a surname that I think is in honor of the shield-on-shield Bart-family of Leslies. As you can see that "Moratin" is a Moreno variation, so the Scottish Morton Coat uses the Leslie and Sobieski "buckles" two Clement color schemes (black and white, and gold and red).

Only one coat comes up when entering "Bath," a Welsh one: "...this Celtic name can be traced back to when the Bath family lived in the settlement of Bathe Barton." Hmm, I wasn't expecting that. The Bath Coat uses the Randolph-of-Moray cross!!! That's stupendous because the Randolph Crest is a bat...which I just (yesterday) traced (again) to the Georgian Bat peoples who I think were root to the Baathists. Obama is from the Baath bloodline!!! I'm expecting the anti-Christ to form an alliance with Baathists, and with the False Prophet.

The Bath motto includes, "Hebere."

The Scottish Beth Coat is a shield-on-shield!! We have never seen so many as when on the Janina hunt. The Beth Crest is a serpent with a human in its mouth (it's the perfect anti-Christ symbol). In blue and white, that's the Visconti symbol (a surname of Milan smacking of Vascon/Gascone though I'm not convinced of a Basque link as it could be understood as Vis-Cont instead).

The German Beth/Bathe Coat is the Lester Coat exactly! The Lesters/Leycesters are ones using the Patrick-like motto...for which reason I had linked them to the Baathists!! But Lesters use the fleur-de-lys in the fleur-de-lys colors of the Masci surname (explained by their both being first found in Cheshire). The Mascis were Baathists to some degree. The Maschi/Maskaly surname of Rimini uses a gold lion on blue as do the Bez and Richard Coats.

Unfortunately, the French Bez family (using a single white star on blue) has many variations but no "Beth" or "Bath." The closest it gets is "Bes" and Bais." One may trace the Bez surname to the Janina Poles by assuming a link to the near-identical French Richard Coat, for in the Richard write-up we read: "First found in Brittany where they were anciently seated in the honour of Kerjean..." I recognized it as a Jean/Jan term and assumed a Janina link.

When I checked the Jean/Jan Coat (English), I found a blue lion on white, the symbol of the English Richard Coat! That's no coincidence. When I checked the French Jean/Jon Coat, gold lions on blue, the symbols on the French Richard Coat (and French Bez Coat)!

The Bez and Richard gold lions on blue are in the Italian Bias Coat, along with the gold fleur-de-lys on gold of the Mascis, Lesters, and Baths. This is no coincidence. I tried "Bias" only for seeking a Piast-like term. Caution, however, for the write up shows no variations but reveals the surname to be Blasio-like: "The Bias family lived in the city of Benevento, which lies east of Naples. Earliest records date back to the 14th century, when the Blasio family..."

What does one get when combining Benevento with "Blasio"? I assume that the surname is a take on the BELevento variation of "Benevento," but ultimately from "Abellinum" (now Avellino) of Benevento. The Bias/Blasio Coats are in the colors of the English Bells and German Biels/Bielles (the latter name smacks of the French for bee).

I absolutely freaked when, as a result of the Bias surname, I checked for Boii/Boyar-like terms that could apply, and soon landed on the Bogar Coat. I looked at the Bogar Crest and stalled, hesitating on whether to check for the tree-branch species. I almost decided not to, but when I did, they turned out to be "A lilly and holly branch in saltire." I kid you not that my topic was going to go the goddess, Holla, soon after I was done with the above. That topic sits waiting, for tomorrow's update, immediately below this paragraph (i.e. this paragraph represents the end of today's update), and it starts with this quote:

"Winter Goddess, Frau Holla (Holle, Hell, Holda, Perchta, etc.). She is the ugly Old Hag with a long nose, large teeth, and disheveled hair. Her strength lingers in her teeth and hair. She is a snow- and weather-making woman. At the same time she regenerates nature. She is a woman who brings out the sun. Once a year she appears as a dove {Ishtar symbol, but also said to appear at the coronation of Clovis in Rheims), a blessing ensuring fertility. As a frog [= French symbol attributed to Clovis), Holla brings the red apple {probably a symbol of Avallon near Ardennes/Rheims], symbol of life, back to earth from the well into which it fell at harvest. Her realm is the inner depth of mountains and caves (Holla, the name of the Goddess, and Hohle, the German name for 'cave' are certainly related..."

To Holla, as the Mother of the Dead, sacrifices were made in the form of baking a bread called Hollenzopf, 'Holla's braid,' at Christmas time. Holler, Holunder, 'elder tree," was the sacred tree of the Goddess having healing powers. Under this tree lived the dead [Christmas gifts to Satan?]

...Serbian Mora, Morava, Basque Mari, Irish Morr?gan."

The article is on the Mother (Nature) goddess in general by various names, one being Holla and another Mora, Morava, and Mari, all three smacking of Moray/Moravia and the Merovingians. Holla sounds like a Dutch entity, and Merovingians stemmed from the Batavi of the Netherlands, near the Lys river and the locality of Lille. Thus, in the Lys/Lille terms one has the Bogar lilly and holly symbol, and in the Rheims location one has the Maschis/Morinos of Rimini.

"Bogar" immediately evoked the Bogan surname that is known to have passed the blue and white lozenges to the Arms of Bavaria. I had (years ago) sought the other symbol of the Bavarian Arms -- the Franconian Rake -- in the Bogan family but failed...until now. I was able only to trace the Rake to Hungarian royals (flag of king Stephen) and the Scottish Yonge surname (is this a John/Janina term?). The Bogart Coat uses what could easily be a version of the Franconian Rake!

Amazing. I just took another look at the Yonge Coat (after suggesting the John link above) and, clicking over to the English Yonge Coat, saw the motto: "Toujours Jeune." That got me to the Jeune-Coat page with Jonet and Jonin variations.

That got me to try the June Coat, and there popped up the same Coat as when I entered "Jung" just moments before!! One sees a "Juen" variation there so that the Yonge/Young motto, "Toujours juene," is code for the Jung family.

By the time that I had seen the holly branch of the Bogar Crest, I was almost prepared to show the Maxwell (= Masci and Bath bloodline) Crest, a holly bush (see verification)!

The red lion in the Yonge Crest likely links to the red lion of the Dillon-branch of Drummonds, for I trace Drummonds to Hungary, as I do the Jung/Yunge term. Keep in mind that the Dillons/DeLions/Dalens are suspect as the MagDALENE holy-grail cult of the Merovingians. This is the first time that I have gotten an inkling of what the Magdalene cult links to, aside from Mari elements.

The "lilly" in the Bogar Crest is clearly a gold fleur-de-lys (i.e. Masci symbol). The surname is more commonly Pock-like, such as the Bocket/Bockard/Bokett/Bucket variations, smacking of Pollock (= Maxwell sept) variations and "Kolnpock."
It's raining today so I've decided to do tomorrow's update on Mari today. Stay tuned or check back anytime.

Mari's connection to Holla seems suspected by others, as for example in this piece: "...the Basque Mari closely parallels the Germanic Holla and Baltic Ragana." As Ragana evokes Ragn(vald), Rollo's father, a check of the Ragen Coat follows. It brings up the blue-purple (Kennedy and Durham) dolphins that I trace to Dauphine and Daphne, a chief Mother Goddess of the Leslie/Apollo cult. The article goes on to say that Mari flies out of a beautiful/bountiful Hell (Avalon, no doubt) as a crow. Apollo created the crow, but I've traced it to the nordic vikings of the Shetlands and Rothesay/Avalon, whom I suspect were of the Rollo clan. The English Ragens use a red stag, the Rollo-clan symbol but tracing back to the Hungarians.

Mari's color is red, one of the main colors of Gascony. The flag and Arms of Basque Country (red shield) are included at the link along with a good map showing Labourd near Zuberoa, what should link to the Sobeiski surname, with Beheria between them! (Exclamation marks often mean that it's a new and important lead/discovery for me.) I link the Rollo clan to the Biggar Flemings and trace both to Biharia regions of Transylvania.

Transylvania was renamed, "Romania," by the Romans...because, I think, Sylva Rhea of mythical Roman origins was from (Tran)SYLVania. In fact, I trace the Hirpini wolf peoples of Romulus origins to the Arpad/Arpii fold of Transylvania. The point is, I could find no origin for "Rome" better than "Rimini," a term smacking of "Romania" (some believe that Rheims/Riems was named after Romans). Thus, Mures/Maros-river Hebrews (root of the Rollo clan at More) are suspect as the Marinos of Rimini. As I trace the Mures river to the Maritsa (Thrace), the Moritan/Muratin variation of "Moreno" sits well as Maritsa elements.

On the Basque map, see nearby Bizkala (!!), to the immediate north of Araba (!!!), the latter supporting a trace of these peoples to the Ishmaelites and/or mythical Arabus (son of Hermes) and/or the Arphaxadites (symbol = crows and harps). It's widely known that the harp symbol of Hermes developed into the harp of Apollo, and that harp surely depicted the Arphaxadites as they developed into the Arpads.

The Araba region of the Basques is "Alava" in Spanish, says the article, evoking the Halybes; it's just a thought, but the Halybes may have been the Arabs proper from mythical Arabus, from the Arphaxadite city of Arabkha/Arappha (now Kirkuk). The city was also "Arrapachitis."

"Bizkala" must be an "Euskal" variation, but the use of "Biz" evokes Bezprym (Polish king), and of course the Bajocasses/Bessin (i.e. the Meschins thereof) to which I've linked him.

Another symbol of Mari is a tree, wherefore the tree in the Arms of Basque Country must be hers; there are two black wolves under the tree with lambs in their mouths. As I traced the Haskel surname to the Euskals (what the Basques call themselves), note the apple tree, with nine apples, in the Haskel Crest. The Haskel Coat uses the bell-design called "Vairy," used also by Flemings, but tracing, I think, to the Abel surname that is named in honor of Havila>Abila>Abellinum>Avalon.

Mari, in a nutshell, is a female Zeus (I trace Zeus to Amorites of Jerusalem), the creator and therefore the Mother Nature of witchcraft. Described on the next page (174) are the "Maindi' (evoking the lunatic Maenads of Dionysus), Mari offspring. They are said to be souls of the dead who visit the living. Other Mari relatives are the "Laminak," evoking Lemnos, where Dionysus had his Kabeiri cult of transvestites. Not surprisingly, the article says that the Laminak control male sexuality.

Pages 175 and 176 are restricted and not shown, but at the top of 177 the topic is on Belgrade (Serbian capital) and the Mures river...and the Satanic idols of those regions. I identify Serbs and Croats/Krvats as Arphaxadites symbolized by the crow (= corvus in Greek). The topic at the bottom of the page is on the Goddess (i.e. could still be on Mari or her roots) and her cart across the sky (Helios/Zeus-like), and in fact there is mention of the double helix/spiral, a symbol of the Galli faggots of the Kabeiri cult.

One cart mentioned is decorated with swastikas, which symbol traces to the Gel/Gilan peoples (I identify them as base of "Helios") of the Rhagae/Rey region (= Zeus' mother, near Kirkuk). I also identify Gilan as one of the two Hermes serpents on his caduceus staff, now suggesting that the Gels were linked to Hermes' son, Arabus i.e. the Arphaxadites. I identify the Ares dragon as Arphaxadites.

The Laminaks evoke the Mormon cult, on which I shared May 17:

"'The Nephites are the de facto protagonists of the Book of Mormon. According to the Book of Mormon, the Nephites were a group of people descended from or associated with Nephi, a prophet who, according to the text, left Jerusalem at the urging of God circa 600 BC and traveled with his family to the Western Hemisphere, arriving in the present-day Americas circa 589 BC [to become American Indians].'

...The main reason that I trace the Mormons to Lemnos is due to the brothers of the Nephites, the Lamanites....Along with the Lamanites, there were the Mulekites, which correspond to the donkey symbol of Samson:

"The Mulekites establish their capital at Zarahemla, north of where Lehi and his people landed."

This is fiction, remember; the peoples and places mentioned did not exist. It's all myth code. The Lehi term is easily deciphered as the jawbone of a donkey that Samson used, for in Judges 15:17, we read that, after Samson killed 1,000 men with the jawbone, he threw it away at a place that was therefore called Ramath Lehi, meaning 'jawbone hill.'

Therefore, the Mulekites (possibly a play on "Molech" and "mule" simultaneously) and Lehi were the Samson cult to which the Mormons trace themselves. Laman and Lemuel were both sons of Lehi"

Possibly, "Mormon" is code for Morino/Moreno-man, for the Mormon emphasis on the Lemnos cult brings queen Myrina of that island to mind. Mormons were Amazons, and indeed I have seen evidenced that Amazons formed American natives. BUT, they are not Israelites as Mormons claim. They are Amorite Hebrews/Semites, merged with Hephaestus-cult ancestors in the Amorite region of Sihon, east of the Jordan. I say Sihon was the Zeus=Dion=Dionysus cult called "Sion" and "Zion" (Zeus was made father of both Dionysus and Hephaestus, both a peoples on Lemnos that were depicted as lame/crippled from birth).

Now CC is to be thanked for my being on the Mari topic again, and she is the prime reason that I've steered into any discussion or investigation on European Ishmaelites. She has proven correct on some points in tracing to the Basques, and she is pressing me to trace Amalekites -- God's dread enemies of ancient times -- from the Hyksos to the Basques. In other words, she feels compelled to identify Hyksos with Amalekites.

I on the other hand trace Hyksos to the Molech cult, but have yet to find evidence of a "Molech" link to "Amalek." The fictional Mormon Mulekites may be code for the Amalekites, but it might mean only that the Mormon cult traces itself to Amalekites whether true or not, by reason of equating them with the Samson-cult Hyksos. Therefore, CC may have picked up on those Mormon writings...whether they be true claims of not. I am being careful, in other words, not to enter into my picture the ideas of the crafty, falsifying Mormons...who are perhaps among the most-lunatic Freemasons (and lamb-like wolves) of all, second only to Scientologists.

You may know that Glenn Beck (of Fox TV) is a Mormon. The Beck Crest uses the pelican on a nest used also by the Scottish Stewarts and the English Poland Coat. I say "pelican" is a symbol of the Polski/Polocks, wherefore I ask whether "Beck" is linked to king Bez(prym) elements. I'm amazed here because I checked for other Coats using a pelican, and the same one exactly is used by the Crawmont Crest (see verification).

I'm amazed not only because the Crawmont Shield is a perfect match (aside from the symbols) with the Poland Shield, but because my very next topic after the above paragraph, which topic was added immediately below last night, is on a surname with Craw variation. I entered the Glenn-Beck topic only in the past few minutes, and it's the only reason that the Crawmont and Poland Coats are being dealt with here just before moving into the Craw surname. It's as if God is watching over my shoulder and put the Beck term in my mind just when he wanted it there (to prove that Becks were of the Poles???).

Since major branches of the Zeus cult were on Lemnos, and since the Kabeiri infested there, the Kybele cult was there too. Kybele is the Rhea that was made mother to Zeus on Crete, and she depicted the Curetes that named the island as that. I've previously traced that Rhea-Zeus cult to the Craith surname, but it's only now that I see a link of its red lion to the red lion of the Dillon/Dalen holy-grail cult of MagDALENE. For as that Magdalene cult was Merovingian, what is then easily linked to the Mari cult (also using red symbols), one must also make a link to the Craith family...that was likely named after the Irish Cruithne/Cruithen peoples (proto-Picts) that became some American natives. The Craith surname includes Cree, Craw, Reagh, Rae, and Ray, apparently in honor of Rhea.

I recall that while I was on the Crawford surname, thunder happened above me that was too conspicuous to ignore, and so I wrote that this surname was key. Perhaps the thunder, a symbol of Zeus, was to indicate that the Craw surname traces to Zeus. On May 31, I wrote:

"I've just learned that the Crawford surname derives from "'crawa,' which means crow..." Believe you me, I'm writing this paragraph after all the above was written; so see the alternative Crawford Coat using the Stewart checks! I swear to you that as I was about to write the last sentence, lightning and thunder struck for the first time today (it just started raining a minute ago)...just as I was looking at the Crest in the Coat above: an ostrich from head to toe!!!!!!!!!

I assure you that it's not the lightning of Zeus, but of the Almighty YHWH (a second lightning now), and He's talking to me, and to you; we have found the secret of the dragon bloodline: the Zeus-ostrich cult. Asterion [of Crete]. We've discovered it because He revealed it, over years and years of this type of conjecturing.

After a third thunder that I could barely hear, the rain stopped and the storm dissipated. I feel that it lasted but about five minutes just to send us the message...that was of importance to Him. Remember this day, and the Crawfords as the most central root of the Stewarts, or, at least, that's the message I'm getting."

I figured that "Asterion" was code for struthios, the Greek for "ostrich." I don't think I realized on that day that the Craw surname led to the Cruithne and then back to the Curetes of Rhea, though I had written a little on Rhea the day before.

Wikipedia's article on the Cree says: "The name 'Cree' is an exonym derived from the French 'Christenaux' (also as 'Knistenaux', 'Cristeneaux' and many other variations) that is commonly shortened to 'Cri'..., after their village of Kenisteniwak." That sounds like false Indian smokescreen-signals if ever I heard them.

When one hits the Naskapi link, one find a page mentioning the Innu as a Cree family:

"The Innu themselves recognize several distinctions (e.g. Mushuau Innuat, Maskuanu Innut, Uashau Innuat) based on different regional affiliations and various dialects of the Innu language."

Mushuau? Maskuana? Sounds like Meshech/Mushki/Amazons to me. Sounds like Masci terms, and Muse terms. And since I link the Mascis to the Janina Johns, I see that "Innu" smacks of "Ian." In the Cree article: "The Cree the name for a group of closely related Algonquian languages..." I could be way-off, but I've noted that "Not many years later, in 1790, the Periodical Accounts of the Moravian Missionaries described a group of Indians living west of Okak as 'Nascopies.'" They were first called "Annes-carps" some 50 years earlier, but why Moravian missionaries? Were these Carps from the Arpads??? There was a Carpae tribe of peoples who I think named the Carpathian mountains of Transylvania, on the Hungarian frontier. They were also "Arpii. Could "Annes-Carps" have been Janina Arpads?

Another Cree tribe is the Montagnais, wherefore see the Montegue Coat, a shield-on-shield (the definition of "Janina" !!!) with red diamonds. The Montegue Crest looks native-like. The last I wrote on Montegu was in February, when showing their merger with the Black family, so I checked the Black Coat (English) just now to find three white stars on white in the Chief, the symbol of the Craith/Craw/Cree Chief!! That's just for starters, for the Scottish Black Crest has a red lion, the other Craith/Cree symbol!!!!!!!! Those exclamation marks are for those historians who thought I was crazy to take such an out-on-the-limb view of the Cree. I thought I was crazy too!

When one enters "Cree," up pops a Scottish surname with MacCrae, MacCraith, MacCrath, MacCraw, MacCray, MacCrea, MacCree, MacCreight, MacCrie, MacReagh, MacRae, MacRay, MacRie variations, the same variations as on the Scottish Craith/Cree-Coat page above, but the Coat is different. This time we see an old sailing ship, as though a symbol of American discovery. Plus, the write-up that speaks on migrations of family members to the Americas includes only/all Cree surnames, and no other variations! This is NOT the case in the other Craith/Cree-Coat page.

Somebody in Scotland knows but they're not telling. The Black motto includes, "crux." It uses a black saltire, the Maxwell symbol!! Also the Patrick symbol.

As I am zeroing in on the Magdalene holy grail cult, or so I imagine, I should mention that the Dalen/Dillon motto, Dum Spiro Spero, is identical with the Branson motto, and that the Branson-Crest winged griffin is identical to the Holder Crest, thus tending to trace Dalens to the Kolod term of Poland (as the Holders and Colters had been). But the Black Coat uses a red lion and a red crescent, on white, just like the Dalens!!

On June 28 I wrote:

"As I was looking at the Great Seal [of the United States] just now, there was the term, 'Unum.' It may be that 'Annuit' and/or 'Inuit' also traces to the Anam cult [of Sepharvites].

I decided to try for an Anam surname...and got one registered under the Scottish Annan Coat...using a red saltire on white, the reverse of the Gascony flag granted by Clement. Variations include Inyaney and Innieney, close to 'Inuit.'"

As you can see, I ventured to trace the Innuit natives to the red and white Annan surname, and today I find the Cree natives -- called Annes-carps -- linked to a red and white Craith/Cree and Black families. I checked for an Annes Coat and, jumpin' thunderhawks: a white star on red, the reverse of the Craith/Cree and Black red stars on white!!! This could be the Vere star.

By now you know that I would link the motto, Dun spiro spero," to Dumfrieshire. The Annan surname was first found in....(drumroll please) Dumfrieshire, and...(some electric-orchestra licks now please) uses the motto, "Sperabo." How about a big clash on the cymbals about now? I mean, this is getting to be a little fun, lifting the skirts of the dragonliners and seeing all their ugly secrets.

An Annan variation is Annandale, and their red saltire was surely passed onto the Bruces of Annandale, or vice versa.

Reflecting the Annes surname, there are also the "Anishinaabe...a self-description often used by the Odawa, Ojibwe, and Algonkin peoples." Note the "kin" in the latter spelling. Perhaps the Algonquins were rooted in "Algon," what could derive from the Alky "giants" of the Nephilim cult. There is an Alke surname using a single, large mascle! But the surname is more-properly Faux/Fawkes, from Vaux in Normandy. Perhaps "Alke" is in the Faux databank as a variation of "Falk/Fulk."

If not from the Faux family, the Algonkins might trace to the Alex surname. which of course is also ALEXANder. I was surprised to find that this was a Polish surname as a peculiarity, for there are just two Alex Coats, a French one (red on white), and a Polish one, white on blue! Alexander is a Greek name, and perhaps it derived from the Alke giants of Greek myth. Hercules was of that peoples, for his mother, Alcmene, was from Electryon. There is a Russian Alexander Coat with white Zionist stars (on black) and a red shield.

The French Alexander page has a write-up I've not noticed before. It sets the scene in early Quebec before detailing the migration of the Alex family there. In Wikipedia, we read: "The most common term 'Algonquin' derives from the Maliseet word elakomkwik...Most Algonquins, however, live in Quebec." Hmm, I'm almost a believer in the Alex root of those Indians. Note the "wik" ending in "elakomkwik", identical with the Polish ending: Alexandrowicz.

In the course of this exercise, I tried some soft-c versions of "Alex," and one was "Ellis." The only Ellis Coat uses "A naked woman her hair disheveled." That evokes the statement made earlier today: "Winter Goddess, Frau Holla (Holle, Hell, Holda, Perchta, etc.). She is the ugly Old Hag with a long nose, large teeth, and disheveled hair." PLUS, I just passed a Hallis variation of the Alis/Alise surname.

The Ellis Coat uses white on black symbols, as does the Russian Alex Coat. The Ellis symbol is a white crescent, and meanwhile the Scottish Alex/Alis Coat shows a half-white half-black crescent on white/black! That's a match, and may indicate an Algonquin trace to Elis of Greece...where Pisa is located, which I root in the Pisidian branch of Lycians (I trace the Polish Lechs to Lycians).

I hadn't tried for a Holly Coat until writing the last paragraph. The English one uses white-on-black symbols, a dolphin and a Lab! It tells that it's a Flemish surname (supporting my trace of Holla to Holland), and the Crest uses an Arm and Scimitar. The Irish Holly Crest uses Melusine, but the surname is more properly "Cullin" and may not be related (though it does use red and white, Fleming colors).

The white lab in the Holly Coat suggests links to the white-on-black Labs in both the Hall and Hull Coats. CC may be interested in finding whether Mari and Holla were branches of the same Mother-Goddess cult, for she is of the Hall bloodline. The German Halls have Hallegg and Halleuxa variations that start to look like "Elakomkwik" or "Algonquin." The write-up tells that German halls from the Hessians migrated to Halifax (eastern Canada where Algonquins lived).

There is a Mississauga tribe of Anishinaabe Indians:

"According to the oral histories of the Anishinaabe, after departing the 'Second Stopping Place' near Niagara Falls, the core Anishinaabe peoples migrated along the shores of Lake Erie to what is now southern Michigan. They became 'lost' both physically and spiritually. But, the Mississaugas migrated along a northern route by the Credit River, to Georgian Bay, to what were later considered their traditional lands on the shores of Lake Superior and northern Lake Huron around the Mississagi River."

Both "Mississauga," and "Michigan" evoke the Meshech once again. If the Massachusetts Indians can be represented with a white star on blue (as per in the Arms of Massachusetts), perhaps a predominance of Indians trace back to the Moravia>Mieszko bloodline(s). The Annes/Annis family of England uses a white star too, but on red in the Coat shown (red and blue are the main Pole colors).

Then there is the Swampy Cree, "sometimes known as Maskegon or Omushkegowuk." There are those Masci- and Muse-like terms again. But they call themselves "Nehilawe," which begs a 'p' so as to become "Nephil," thus reflecting the Mormon Nephite term...that I imagine traces back to mythical Nephele and her pseudo-Nephilim cult.

August 30

There is no news today on the wheels of prophetic fulfillment. I am seriously doubting that 2009 is THE year, but what do I really know, anyway? It's still August.

In the meantime, I'd like to investigate the theory just produced, that the Merovingian Mari and Magdalene cult, which has risen its ugly head in recent years, includes the Dalen/Dillon/De Lion and similar surnames. Seeking similar terms, the Dales readily come to mind, and they can work due to their use of the swan, the symbol of Godfrey de Bouillon. The Lys families -- all Leslie branches passing through France especially -- are suspect.

The direction I went off in late yesterday, toward the American Indians, was interesting for me in that there seemed to be valid connection to Poles than one would at first suppose, but the exercise may have had the Reason of dispensing various clues for exposing the Merovingian cult further.

For example, I ended up on the Ottawa tribe of Anishinaabe natives (though I didn't mention anything here yet), and wondered whether they, also called "Odawa," were related to the Dobie surname that I had included as a Sobe/Sober=Sobieski variation. I had traced the Dobies, also "Dawbies," to the Pollock clan, and that then led them back to royal Poles. The last thing done yesterday was a check of the Dow Coat, and that got an Indian-like "double-dancette" (= my personal term) design...with white symbols on black like the Ellis/Alex/Hall/Hull/Holla topic of late yesterday wherein those terms were linked to Algonkins. I didn't want to mention the Dow Coat yet, but this morning I have found a significant clue begging me to share it with you.

The Dow motto: "Patiens." It got me to try for a Paten surname, and that, along with the green Leslie griffin in the Crest, got a black and white Coat with a white-on-black diamond pattern throughout the Shield. I had come across a single large black-on white mascle yesterday in the Faux/Alke Coat. The Fauxs were from Vaux, Normandy, and likely connected to the Vaux/Baux Goths of southern France. In fact, in my writings of years ago, I traced the Jesus-and-Magdalene cult to the Vaux/Baux Goths primarily, and saw Merovingians as only secondary partners when merging with those Goths.

Therefore, the black Faux mascle, and that clan in particular, is now highly suspect as a Magdalene-cult carrier, in which case, the Dow/Dowe clan is suspect as root of the Adawa natives even as the Alke variation of "Faux" (or "Falk") is suspect as a root of the Elakomkwik=Algonkin tribe. The Dow symbol is a dove because "Dove" is a variation of the name. C

There are small ermines inside each diamond of the Paten Coat, identical to the ermines studded throughout the Faux/Alke Shield. I should also mention that the term is Baath-like, and that the Patrick Coat mentioned yesterday is also black and white. A quick check of the Pater Coat gets black saltires on white (the Patrick Coat and Crest has a different style black saltire on white, but saltires just the same).

When I had traced the Vaux Goths to the Magdalene cult (these very Goths had previously sacked Rome and caused the fall of the Roman empire in the fifth century), I saw glimpse that they were connected with the Armenian/Georgian Bagratids who claimed to descend from Biblical king David. The Dowe surname smacks of that cult. But "Dawe" is even better, for the write-up tells of a derivation: "son of David."

Moreover, the Dawe Coat uses war axes (black on white!), symbols of American natives. Apparently, as I don't view this string of points as coincidence, the Odawa/Ottawa tribe was named after the Biblical-David cult! Thus, the Mormons, who are expected to believe the false trace to Biblical David, are expected to claim that American Indians were Israelites.

The Dawe Coat also uses A silver shield with three gold swans, a symbol (though not the same design) of the Dale/Dayle/Daele Coat (I'm thinking connection to MagDALEne but there is also possible connection to "Dawe", especially if the white-lion Dowells/Dougals are Dowes/Dawes).

The Welsh David/Davies/Davis Crest uses a black and white lion, and the Coat a black lion on white, possibly linking to the DeLions/Dillons (using a red lion). This is all-the-more interesting if Obama's father is Frank Davis. The Italian Davids were first found in Savoy, who I trace to the Sabines that I say founded Savona of Liguria, represented by the swan.

I keep an eye out for "Sobe" links to the Sabines and/or Savoy. "Savoy" can be viewed as an 'S' version of "Davoy" because the Sabines/Safina were named after the Taphians of the Daphne cult, thus revealing the true root of the David terms under discussion: Daphne, not Biblical David. Dauphine in France is in southern France, on/off the Rhodanus where the Magdalene cult -- said to be of Septimania -- was located. As we read in Wikipedia:

"Septimania was the western region of the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis that passed under the control of the Visigoths in 462, when Septimania was ceded to their king, Theodoric II."

The Magdalene cult is often traced to the Merovingian, Theodoric IV of Autun, likely named after elements of the Visigoth king. There is plenty of speculation on Theodoric/Thierry IV of Autun, but my suspicion is that "Theodoric" ultimately traces to the Byzantine imperials...who merged with the Goths in northern Italy. Georgian/Armenian elements among the imperial Byzantines is well known, and moreover Byzantines were well cut out to create a false trace of their own purple bloodlines to the Biblical, Messianic bloodline (for obvious reason in their claim of overseer of the Kingdom of God on earth).

The Septimania article goes on to say that "The name 'Septimania' may derive from part of the Roman name of the city of Beziers, Colonia Julia Septimanorum Beaterrae..." How interesting, a Bez term. AND, there is an English Beater surname with Batere variation smacking of the Bitar/Buttar surname to which the Baathists trace. It uses the Vivian Shield minus the purple lions. It's in colors reversed from the French Mar/Marres/Mer Shield.

The Italian Mari(a) surname, incidentally, was first found in Genoa, the Ligurian city to which I trace the Janina Poles. The Grimaldis, using red and white diamonds, were likely a chief Janina clan of Genoa.

Sidetrack now, but possibly a good one. As I was looking at the Grimaldi Coat just now, the idea entered my mind that it stems from the "Germaine" surname (I trace it to Garebites of Bavaria, and to the Franconian Rake design of Bavaria). Both Germaine Coats proved to be red and white, but in the write-up of the French Germaine Coat, there's a conspicuous bunch of first names such as Jean, Mary and Magdelaine...not to mention that one or more of them settled MARYland USA.

The point is, the Magdelaine name gave me direction to try for a Delaine Coat, and moreover to assume that the Magdalene cult was rooted in a Laine-like surname. The Delaine Coat turned out to have DIAMONDS!! Variations of the surname show: Delawny, Delauney, De Laune, De Lune, Delaune, Delorney, Dalorney, Deloney, Delony, De Lawny and many more."

Before checking some of those surnames, I'd like to mention the English Germain Coat, smacking of the Jewish Pollock design, for I had traced Pollocks to the Lombard-branch of Grimaldis (using black and gold diamonds). Lombards were a Germanic peoples (from Sabine>Suebi lines) settling northern Italy (where the Grimaldis were/are seated).

Now, for the goods. I didn't see anything significant in the Laine surname, but the Laun variation of Delaine is smack on topic. The Laun write-up: The western coast of Scotland and the desolate Hebrides islands are the ancient home of the Laun family. Their name is derived from a devotion to St. John [the Apostle]. The Gaelic form of the name is Mac Gille Eoin, which means son of the servant of St. John." Cow patties. The Laun Coat uses a blue fish on white, seen in the Keon/Owen Coat (see also the two Kane Coats); "Keon" is a John variation derived from "Ian," also meaning "John. Therefore, the "Eoin" from which "Laun" is derived is of that same Ian/John clan...using the Sobeiski/Leslie buckle!!

The Laun Crest is the Moreno castle (!!!), used also by the Bartols (a Leslie branch, I think). The significance of "Moreno" is it's trace (yesterday) to the Mari cult of Merovingians. The Laun Coat is in quarters, the first quarter showing what I think is the Rockefeller rock, in red. The second quarter is the MacDonald Crest in blue. The third quarter is the MacDonald ship, appearing also in the MacIan Coat (the latter includes the red MacDonald Adler-style eagle).

"Donald" is from "Domhnull" and traces to the Daphne-based Dumnoni (= Danaans) of Devon whom I've said were of Samnite (= Sabine tribe) elements (drats, I had a Dumno-like motto in yesterday' topic, but can't recall the surname). "Dumnoni" and "Domhnull" smack of Dumah, son of Ishmael. The Donald write-up: "The name ranks second only to John in its popularity as a personal name in Scotland. The Donald surname is said to mean "world ruler" or "world-mighty", but I give these sorts of definitions little value. Still, the Leslie-like arrogance of the MacDonalds may be showing through here.

My mouth fell when I entered "Ian" to bring up the (white on black) MacIan Coat. It didn't bring up the MacIan Coat. Instead, it brought up the Ion surname that includes "Ione" and "Iyon," what appear to be "Lone" and "Lyon." This Coat was brought up AFTER I had entered "Lune" (as per a the Lune variation of "Delaine") to get the (green lion on white) Lyon Coat. It's very conspicuous because Laun (a Lune variation) was from "Eone/Ian," suggesting that "Ione" and "Iyon" were in fact branches of the Lune/Lyon surname. If true, it's likely that the Ions and (Mac)Ians were of the DeLion surname that I am tracing to "Magdalene."

All this, coming about because the Germaine surname popped into my head as a possible variation of "Grimaldi," which then found the "Magdelaine" variation in a Germaine-surname page. Absolutely stupendous! GOD wants to reveal the cult for what it is.

Behold. The Lyon motto: "Pro Rege et PATRIA" (caps mine). Ireland's St. Patrick is green, and I think it traces to the green of the Italian flag, representing, I assume, the Patrician cult of the dragon-line Latins/Romans. The first Caesars were Patricians, from "pater," a cult that likely led to the Roman popes because pater and pope both mean, "father."

But the black and white all over this topic, including the black and white of Paten and Patrick Coats, suggests a trace also to the Poppo-bloodline Babenbergs, especially Paphlgonians, for I noted white-on-black to dominate Babenberg Coats of the Peppin and Peppin-like surnames (Peppinids were Merovingians). Entering ""Peppin" brings up the Gascon ducklings/goslings, white on black (the French Peppins were first found in Gascogne).

The Loney variation of "Delainie" brings up a red stag with a red clover in its mouth. It's motto starts with "Patriac"!!! The entire motto is "Patriac infelici fedelis." I mention this because "fidelis" has come up plenty. There is an Aberdeen family that comes up when entering "Fido," but I don't know what to make of its symbols. Variations are: Fiddes, Fotheis, Fuddes, Fudes, Futhes, Fouthas, Futhois, Fothes, Futhas, Fudas, Fittes, Fette and many more.

As the surname is traced back to Foveran (Kincardineshire), I thought that a peak at the Faber Coat was in order since the Rhodes illuminati created Fabian socialist societies. It worked, for "Faber" is said to derive in "fabricate" i.e. a craftsman, while the Fido/Fiddes surname has the motto, "Industria." The Italians have a Favro variation, and the English a Favre, that could have named Foveran.

All three Faber Coats use blue and white, I wondered whether the surname might be connected to Baber and therefore to the blue and white Babels/Babwells. Both the English Babers and the English Fabers were first found in Sussex; Babels were first found next door in Middlesex. The Babers use a black chevron (on white), the symbol of the Fidos of Foveran. As I'm seeking the roots of red-lion DeLion, I should add that the English Beber/Beaver Coat uses red lions. The German Bieber/Beaver Coat is blue and white (Faber colors), and has a Bybbel variation.

Going back to the Laun surname and it's derivation in Mac Gille Eoin; I had mentioned the Gilles/Jilles surname not long ago as one from Lanquedoc (i.e. where Septimania was located), using red lions (!!), the DeLion lion color. The English Gilles Coat uses a Shield filled with green and gold diamonds...under a gold lion.

As much as I prefer to keep repetition out of this work, I've got to go back to the old red lion (on gold) of Wells, and to the Wallis Canton (location of Sion, Switzerland) to which I trace them. You may well recall that "Wells" is a Vaux branch/variation (hard to see it, but the Wells say so). That's for starters in linking the Wells to the Magdalene cult, and to the Faux/Alke surname of Vaux, Normandy. But, BEHOLD, the Wallis/Wallace-surname Coat uses the DeLion lion in reverse colors (white lion on red), and when one undresses "Wallace," an Alis/Alex/Alke like term remains. In fact, one can easily get "Falk" from "Wallace," and then Faux and Vaux.

The Vaux-surname write-up: "First found in Cumberland where they were seated in Gillesland from ancient times. They were descended from Harold de Vaux, Lord of Vaux in Normandy..." Behold, when we get to the Scottish Vaux Coat -- same symbols as the Old Wells Coat -- we read: "They possessed Dalston and Gilliesland in Cumberland..." DALSton??? Isn't that the MagDALene bloodline again???

The potential now is that Algonkins were Wells tracing to Sion/Sitten of Switzerland, in which case I would identify them with the Sithone founders of Sitten, not Israelites of Zion as the Mormons would have us believe. I trace Sithones to mythical king Sthenelus of Liguria, who issued from the Gorgophones of mythical Perseus (= Danaans) and Andromeda in Joppa (northern Israel). I trace Andromeda and Perseus to the Kassite Aryans (of Iran) because Andromeda's mother was mythcode, Cassiopeia (= Cassi-Joppa), and indeed I independently linked the Nephilim cult (not true Nephilim, but adopting their name post-Flood) and other "giants" (i.e. tall peoples, like tall Scandinavians) to the Kassites of Susa...and their Habira tribe.

The holy grail cult must always go back to Hermes and his double-snake caduceus symbol, which is easily kept in mind as the two serpents, Cadmus and Harmonia, depicting the Cadusii Armenians entering Europe by way of Illyria. "Germain" is likely from "Armenia." The Arms of Armenia today uses a white lion on red, the colors of the Wallis-surname lion.

As you can see at the article, Armenia is also "Hayastan" (anciently also "Hayasa") as per the Armenian god, Hyke/Haik. The Hyksos out of Egypt, whom I trace to Cassiopeia-of-Joppa associations, are thought to have been (I'm convinced) the Hayasa-Azzi, and if the "asa" ending on "Hayasa" does not pertain to the Assi and/or Kassites, the Azzi term probably does. I equated the Kassites of the Zagros mountains with the Guti of the Zagros, and traced the Guti to the Edones (Sithones were Edones), but also to the Getae>Goths. That works where the French holy grail stems from Goths of Septimania.

Magdalene cult roots should perhaps be sought in the Alke-giant bloodline of mythical Alkyone. She was a lover of Poseidon and in Boiotia/Boeotia, the place that I trace forward to the Boii of Bohemia. Cadmus built his dragon cult in Boiotia. On Alkyone, we read: Bird references can also be found in the name Peleiades 'doves,' and Merope the 'bee-eater bird' merops" (link above). I trace Merops/Merope to "Merovee"...of the French holy-grail cult. Coincidence???

The "Peleiades" term is conspicuous as it reflects "Pelaez," the Spanish surname (with Baez variation) that I traced to Pollock branches. In the write-up: "First found in Asturias, where the Visigothic court took refuge from the Muslim occupation of Spain." There's those holy-grail western Goths again.

I thought to link the Palaez surname to the Bilis river as per the Coat's black and gold checks (like in the Bils Coat), but later I realized that the term smacks of "Palestine/Philistine." Hmm, was the Bilis river in Pamphylia named after Philistines? I'll keep it in mind.

The Pleiades were named after Atlas' wife, Pleione, which nearly has a "leon" built in. This got me to try the Plain surname for possible links to Laine-like surnames, and it brought up the Playter/Plaiter surname, very reflective of "Pleiades." The Chief uses white fleur-de-lys on black; keep in mind that white and black are Gothic colors of the Satanic kind.

One of the seven Pleiades (all born on mount Kyllene, the Greek home of Hermes) was KeLAINO (apparently named after Kyllene elements). Another, Merope. Another, Taygete, evoking a Getae/Goth branch. Another was Elektra, reflecting (another Pleiades) "Alkyone." Together, the last two reflect Elektrion and Alcmene of immediate Hercules ancestry...which was a little earlier from Perseus. I believe this was the Samson cult, appearing to trace the Alke giants of Greece back to the Amorite giants west of Jerusalem (i.e. where Samson was located). The Amorites of Hebron come to mind, possibly named after the Habira tribe of Kassites. But there were also the giants of Gath, the inhabitants of which were Gittites; one of those giants was Goliath, a symbol, I think, of the attitude, and sudden death, of the end-time anti-Christ.

For further talk on the giants and what you might take from it, see MARS AND ASKLEPIOS ARE MEN IN THE BIBLE. It's not very conclusive; just hunting around for a base from which to launch forth. CC might appreciate that the chapter's addendum touches on the Edomite sector of the holy-grail cult. Interestingly, that Edomite owl cult would suggest links to the chief god of the Bohemian Grove, an owl called Molech. The Edomites were the color red, as is the color of Mari and the bulk of holy-grail surnames under discussion recently, but red belongs to a host of peoples, not just Edomites from Esau. Still, as one might expect Ishmaelites to play in the end-time Battle, so one might expect Esau-branch Edomites, who are more the brothers of Israelites than Ishmaelites.

August 31

[Just to let you know that well into today's discussion on Pendragon revelations, the Wolflin bloodline of Obama is found to be a CENTRAL part of it. This is good, so be sure to read].

Near the end of yesterday's update, I traced the Magdalene cult to the Vaux surname, which led to a finding of their position at Dalston in the Carlyle district of northern England. I did not trace the PenDragon cult of king Arthur to the Pennines valley leading down to Carlyle because the Carlyle Arms use red dragons (the PenDragon color). There were other reasons, including the equating of PenDragon with mythical Gorlois (i.e. smacking of "Carlyle") by a myth writer(s) who intended to show Arthur's ancestry in both PenDragon and Gorlois.

There's also the locality of Penrith in that valley. The motto of the Penrith Arms is "Fide et Fortudine." There's that Fido-like term again. When checking for the Penrith surname, it not only exists but turns out to be associated with "the manor of Pen-rhys in the county of Glamorgan, or in one of the places called Penrose in Cornwall or Devonshire." Mythical Gorlois was a ruler in Cornwall! This is good, for I needed to explain how he could rule in Cornwall while also depicting Carlyle to the opposite end of England. As expected, the Penrith/Penrice Coat is red and white; it uses two red Zionist stars (or hexagrams) in the Crest.

The Welsh Rice surname, said to derive from "Rhys" and "ris," comes to mind with "Pen-rhys" and the Penrice variation.

There is actually a Pendragon surname (using a knight's head as Crest) in the Pendred databank (the variation, or even the entire surname, may have arisen AFTER the myth writers coined "Pendragon"). The "dred" portion of the name evokes mythical Mordred, the one who killed king Arthur. It's hard to know at this point whether to understand that term as Mor-dred or Mord-red, but I'm digging to find out.

The Pendragon chevron is in colors reversed from the Rice chevron, tending to expose that the Rices were of Penrith but living in Wales. They were first found in Carmarthen, the city after which Myrddin/Merlin was named! PLUS, the Pendragon surname was first found in Cornwall (!), tending to prove that mythical PenDragon and Gorlois were associated/related.

The Pendragon/Pendred Coat uses black fleur-de-lys on white, colors reversed from the same in the Plain/Playter surname. Interestingly, when one enters "Plaiter," this Coat does not show. Instead, this Playter/Plaiter Coat shows (exactly the same surnames), smacking of (but with colors reversed from) the Murton/Merton surname, first found in Cornwall!

Therein we should be seeing the relationship between the Myrrdin/Merlin and Pendragon bloodlines, but if so the Playter surname was somehow involved. The Playter surname cropped up yesterday in an unusual way (as per "DeLaine"), and it still doesn't make sense to me how it could jibe with linkage to the (Mag)Dalene bloodline, but I'm digging to know. Compare the Playter and Murton design with the Arms of Ardennes to which I traced "Arthur," but the Leslie-branch Lust/Luster/Lustich surname has an even better match.

The Lester/Liecester surname to which the Lusters link has the motto: "Pro rege et patria," the motto used also by the Lune/Lyon surname that is a (De)Laine variation. Apparently, the Delaines are to be linked to Merlin.

If Mordred is to be understood as Mord-red, it could be a Myrddin=Merton branch. But as myth writers enter a Modred variation, it occurred to me that I should be seeking a surname that uses "Mod" and "Mord". I found one this morning in the Morter surname, for it shows Mot and Mote variations. And, it uses a single white crescent on black that crops up again shortly below.

The Pender surname is interesting where it shows Pendergast variations, for one could conceive of "Pendragon" from them. It uses a bell-design on gold saltire on red shield. The motto, "Vincit Veritas," smacks of "vairy," the official name of the bell design, and moreover the Vere motto is: "Vero nihil verius" (nothing truer than truth). The point is, both surnames use the word True, and both reflect the Vere surname, a dragon-cult family of a great (but only worldly) magnitude. The Pender colors are the same as the Vere colors.

The English Penders use the motto: "Ex fide fortis." It's the same Fido ring again [which turned out, before I knew it at this point, to be the Obama bloodline]. The motto smacks of the Penrith motto: "Fide et Fortudine," which I think is sufficient alone to link the two surnames as one stock. The Italian Forts, of Ferrara , should apply to the Penders and Veres both because the Forts use a black stallion on gold Ferrari logo, and because the German Forts use a white lion on blue, as do the English Penders. The English Fort surname uses "Fortis" in its motto, and they became earls of Lancaster (says the write-up), even as Veres were pro-Lancaster. This location is not far from red-dragon Carlyle.

I identified "Gorlois" with Gorlitz of Lusatia, which uses a white lion on red, colors reversed from the DeLions. I now find that Carlyle was ruled/inhabited by Carveti Celts, a Gareb-like term smacking of "corvus" (crow) that I root to the Sorbs of Lusatia. The Carveti could have been a Craw surname in the making. To what extent the Pendragon cult was linked to the Carveti is still unknown here, but I sense a fundamental link because I traced the Arthurian cult to Lusatia in the past. The alternative-Scottish Crawford Crest uses an ostrich (what I trace to the Traby-fold Poles, and the Coat uses red lions (on gold). [I'm sure the latter link to the DeLion red lion because the Obama Wolfin line turns out to be directly linked to the DeLaines. Note the similarity between the Crawford Coat and the Wolfin Coat.]

This is going to get good. Today's topic started off with Dalston of Carlyle but then veered into all the above. The point I wanted to make was only secondarily the Dalston link to the Magdalene bloodlines of Dalen/DeLion-like terms. The primary point was to be a trace of Dalston entities to the Cree I did two days ago while simultaneously exposing that Cree line in the holy-grailers of the Craith/Cree/Craw/Ray surname (using the red lion of DeLion).

The root of "Dalston" is Dals (i.e. with an 's'), which immediately evokes the Dulles/Dallas/Doleys surname (all variations end in an 's'). I remembered that it uses three red stars on white, the symbol of the Craith/Cree Chief!!!

This link of Dalston to the Cree line is especially important if indeed I am correct in linking the Dalston region to Pendragon, for the Pendragon motto is: "Nosce tiepsum." Recall the discussion two days ago on the native link to the Poles and Moravians, and the Moravian missionaries who visited with the "Nascopies" (also "Annes-carps") tribe of Cree!! It looks like the "Nosce tiepsum" is an allusion to the teepees of the Noscopie Cree! How clever, but how shady not to make these things public. Shame on you, Freemasons. The Nascopies practice polygamy," says one article, evoking the same among Mormons. The article says that they lived in Labrador but hated the Eskimos (I'm assuming Euskals/Basques of Labrador).

Apparently, the Pendragon cult (known to be of the Brits) was from the Cruithne>Picts, and indeed the P-Celt version of "Cruithen" is "Pretani," i.e. the proto-Brits. Thus, they trace back to the Curetes who named Crete, to Rhea the Mother Goddess of the transvestites, to Trojan Zeus of the Molech cult (= infant sacrificers) of Crete, and to the Tyrians thereof. These peoples are anything but holy. They are the filth inside the gold cup of Babylon the Great.

The Dulles motto: "Semper paratus." I was off to the Semper Coat quicker than Eaglecloud running on hot coals, and found red lions! The Sampson/Simpson surnames are also evoked. The Simpson surname has the motto: "Alis nutrior," with exactly the Alis term that led me to the crescent-studded Ellis Coat. Both Ellis and Simpsons use white crescents, and I had written: "The Ellis symbol is a white crescent [on black], and meanwhile the Scottish Alex/Alis Coat shows a half-white half-black crescent on white/black." At the time, I was in the throes of suggesting links of Alex/Alis/Ellis surnames to the Elakomkwik (= Algonquin) natives; I was also suggesting that the hag in the Ellis Crest smacked of Holla (i.e. "Ellis" and "Holla" are similar enough), what could have been Mari to the Merovingians.

The obvious question that I can't yet answer is: does the Ellis white crescent on black link to the Mortar white crescent on black, and is the Holla cult therefore the guts of the Mordred entity that critically wounded Arthur?

Moving on. The "paratus" term looks like the Pratt surname, and indeed the English Pratt Crest uses the same wolf head found in the Penrith Coat, while the Pratt Shield is in reversed colors from the Pendragon Shield. Remove the 'n' from "Penrith" and one remains with a paratus-like spelling, but in any case the Pratts look very much the Pendragon bloodline. I had suggested (years ago) that "Pratt/Bradd" was linked to "Brit/Pretani."

The English Bratts, aside from a red lion in the Crest, use a white lion on blue, in the exact design and colors of the English Penders! Therefore, the Pendragon holy-grail cult traces to PodeBrady and Moravia, in my opinion, and the Leslie bloodlines under discussion for days. Indeed, for the Pratts use mascles. The Irish Pratt Coat uses white mascles on black, which we saw in the Faux/Alke Coat...that is also a candidate for furnishing the Elakomkwik natives. It looks as though Pendragon was a peoples to the Americas who worshiped totem poles and the spirits in the trees.

Years before tracing the Craith/Cree surname to the Cruithne>Curetes, I traced the Crichtons to the same. The Crichtons are of Bute (= Avalon, where Arthur died) elements, and they therefore use a blue lion on white (the Bute symbol)...but it's also the Bruce symbol. I had traced "Brit" to the Bruces too, as per their trace back to Aprutium (= Abruzzo), which seems rooted in the Bruttii (think mythical BritoMartis of Crete here, with axe symbol, as a combination of proto-Brits with proto-Myrddin). Therefore, the Pendragon cult traces, as expected, back to Aprutium, expected because the Merlin cult (Marden/Marsden surname) traces to the Marsi of Abruzzo.

The Leslies merged in Padua with the Hebrews who carried the Abreu/Abruzzo name to the Bruces, which should explain why the Crichton Crest is also the Leslie griffin. It wasn't my bent at the time to trace the Crichtons to the Cree natives, but I now see that they have Creeton and Creaton variations. The Cree are said to be named after "Christenaux," what could easily develop from "Crichton."

The Vere motto, "Vero nihil verius," smacks of what the Cree call themselves: Nehilaw. Veres too, like the Arms of Crichton/Creighton (note the shield-on-shield), use a green dragon as Crest.

Not surprisingly, the Craigh surname is Pictish and from Aberdeenshire; it uses white crescents on black, the Ellis and Morter symbols (keep in mind that one writer wrote, "Le Morte d'Arthur", a death at the hands of Mordred...of what I suspect to be the Morter bloodline).

The Craigh motto, Vive ut vivas," could very well signify the purple-lion Vivian/Vey surname of Bute (since Crichtons became important in Bute). Indeed, as the Bruces of Yorkshire use the Crichton-lion colors but a purple lion for a Crest, the Crichtons should link to the purple Bruce lion too, especially as the Scottish Greig surname (and the Ellis) was first found in Yorkshire...where the purple-lion Skiptons lived and passed their symbol to the Bruces.

It would now appear solid that the purple lion of the Vivians belonged to the Bruces of Skipton and/or the Crichtons of Skipton. This Bruce link to Crichtons nicely traces the latter to Abruzzo and then back to BritoMartis of Crete...who used the axe symbol often attributed to American natives. The Skipton motto, by the way, uses "patria," and the Patrick Coat (that I think is represented by such motto terms) uses white roses, the Yorkshire symbol.

This gets more interesting as per the Skipton write-up: "Skipton Castle was acquired by the Cliffords." A re-check of the Clifford Coat shows the motto, "Semper paratus," identical to the motto of the Dulles surname (that I'm entertaining as ground zero for the Magdalene holy grail). It was shown above that "paratus" indicates the Pratts/Bratts, and indeed I traced Bruces to those surnames years ago.

Cliff is also "Cleve," what I trace to the (C)Halybes of Calabria -- also called Btuttium -- where the Arthurian cult lived fresh off of Crete. I identify Arthur's ExCalibur sword as from "Calabria," wherefore the Cliff/Cleve surname should link to that sword symbol. "Paratus" evokes mythical Brutus to which the Arthurian cult was traced (by Geoffrey of Monmouth). Brutus was placed in London, what I think was name after Lindos of Rhodes. I'm suggesting that Bruttium and Rhodes elements met in London because they were related.

The Cliffs/Cleaves of Wales use the same wolf head used by the Penrith Coat, and you should have fresh in your mind that I just traced the Pratts to Penrith above because the "Pratt Crest uses the same wolf found in the Penrith Coat". You now have undeniable evidence that mottos can be used to trace relatives. It proves that Cliffs/Cleves were of the Arthurian cult.

The Cliffs/Cleaves use "cruce" in their motto, which evokes "Crux," an apparent variation of "Crich." The Crux surname has a Crycks variation, in fact, wherefore the Cleaves must also trace to the Crichton-based natives, or shall I say the earliest discoverers, of America. That fits because both the Cleaves and Crichtons trace to the toe of Italy, though one traces to its Calabria name while the other to the Bruttium name (i.e. "Cruithne" was C-Celt for the P-Celt "Pretani").

The Cross surname uses four terms in its motto, all discussed already: "Cruce dum spero fido."

Having recently traced the pagan grail to (Mag)DeLanie, I realize, I think, what the Elaine code refers to (she was Gorlois' daughter, and sister of Morgan le Fay). I think she was code for the DeLaine family. She was Arthur's sister too. A discussion on Delaine is found in yesterday's update; it linked to the Janina Poles solidly, and to the DeLions.

Note that the DeLaine Chief uses a spotted gold leopard, the Crest symbol of the Rhodes clan from Lindsey/Lincolnshire (i.e. ultimately from Lindos, Rhodes). The DeLaine clan was first found in London, what I suspect was named after Lindos. The Rhodes Coat uses red lions on white, the DeLion/Dillon symbol!!! We all know that Bob Dylon is "Jewish."

What can we make of this? That the red lion of DeLion traces to the Lindos Danaans? It all works like a charm, but I don't see any of it as charming, as the Arthurian writers paint it. Isn't this red-lion cult the Hercules-Helios invasion of the golden-cup-shaped ship of Helios? The Hercules lion was the so-called "Lydian lion" with sunburst on the forehead indicating Helios. It was also the god, Sandon, smacking now of the Sobek/Sobieski write-up: "...a Sobieszczanski family of Lublin, who belonged to the clan Nalecz, and a Sobek family of Sandomiersz, who belonged to the clan Brochwicz."

I now recall my trace of witchy Brocken mountain (Germany) to the RED-LION-ON-WHITE Brock/Broch surname!!! The Brock motto is Vere all over (I didn't notice this earlier), jibing with the trace of Veres (at that time) to the Brocken.

IT IS TIME to take a shot at Obama's Arthurian bloodline. As his ancestry is said by national media people to be from the Wolfin/Wallin surname (Wolflin in Germany and Wolfley in the U.S.), where we read that it's from a son (Gualgnain or Gwalwynn) of king Arthur's sister, shouldn't we find the Wolfin surname to be among the wolf-using Pratts, Cleves/Cliffs, and Penriths? As the Wolfin Crest is a green dragon, even what appears to be a wyvern species, which green-dragon family seems best for a trace: the Crichtons (not a wyvern), the Leslies (not sure if it's a wyvern), or the Veres (definitely a wyvern)?

Amazingly, one can trace the Wolfins to the Gard surname by use of mottos. The Wolfin motto, in Welsh, is: Drwy rynwedd gward." At first I tried "Goard" to find no such surname, but then, by a stroke of luck, I came to the Lane Coat (DeLaine variation!) that was still showing on one of my many open browsers (sometimes 20 at a time), and saw the motto: "Garde le Roy." And when I entered "Gard," voila! A wolf symbol on the Irish Gard Coat, and the red and white colors of Wolfin.

It's the very same wolf, in the same color, as in the Batt Crest!! The Batt Coat uses bats, the exact symbol (i.e. same design and same black color) as per the Randolph Crest!!! (For new readers, Obama's Dunham bloodline, on his mother's side, is known to trace to the Randolphs of Scotland, said to derive from "wolf," though I proved it derives from the Wolfin clan).

It's obvious already that the Gard surname was linked to the Wolfins AND Randolphs, so let's go deeper to see where it leads. We can click over to theEnglish Gard Coat to find (laurel leaves on either side of) a white tower; excellent, for the wyvern dragon of the Wolfin Coat is on a white tower. Therefore, the "gward" clue in the Wolfin motto in combination with the "garde" code in the Lane motto means that mythcode Elaine -- Arthur's sister -- was likely the "mother" of mythical Gualgnain/Gwalwynne representing the Waldwin/Wallin variation of the Wolfin surname.

In myth code, it simply means that Wolfins and (De)Laines were merged...which is to say that mythical Elaine was the Wolfin bloodline to a substantial degree.

THERE's MORE in the throat of this dragon. Let's pull it out, but keep your nose plugged. The English Gard Coat uses "fidele" in the motto, which may show the correct view of the "fido" term used in other related mottos; it may not be the Fido surname as I first thought, but rather as the Fiddle surname (with Fidelow variation), for I have just learned that the Fiddle/Fiddler Coat uses three red wolves!!! Conclusion: The Laine holy grail bloodline was connected to the Gards who were Fiddlers somehow connected to the Wolfins.

What comes to mind with "Fiddler" is the Fichten surname that I had linked to the Wolfins/Wallins of Germany. Indeed, checking just now there is found Fichtel and Fichtl variations. The pine tree in the Arms of Ficthenberg (with Lacy-Coat-like base), not to mention the pine tree in the Fichten/Fichtel Coat, leads to a possible trace to the pine tree in the French Coutance Coat.

Why "Coutance"? First, the Fichtenberg topic (see July 6) was aligned with a trace of the Wolfin surname to lake Constance (the Wolfin surname was mayor of Orsingen, west of lake Constance/Bodensee; see July 2 for details), while the Coutance-Coat page shows that the surname is more properly, "Constance." The English Constance surname (using a Zionist star) was first found in Norfolk, where Obama's Dunham surname was first found.

I mention this because of the Murton write-up: "Conjecturally they were descended from the Bishop of Coutance..." This possibly traces the Merlin cult to the Constance fold.

On July 6, I wrote: "The Hof location, also on the Fichtel mountain range..." The English Hoff Crest is the very same wolf head seen in the Penrith, Cleves, and Pratt Coats (these surnames go back to the Curetes of Calabria/Bruttium).

The Gard link to the Wolfins is secure. Gard was discussed earlier this month (second and third updates), where it was linked to the Carter family of surnames. I wrote: "The Gards were first found in Kent, and the Garths first in neighboring Surrey." I now find the Fiddlers were first found in Surrey. Moreover, the Orsingen location was traced to mythical Horsa of Kent's founding.

So I checked the Garth Coat again as I had forgotten everything about it, and the surname turns out to be derived from the Craith surname!!! That's CRAITH, as in the CREE family...explaining why the Irish Garth/Craith Coat uses red lions on white, the Scottish Craith/Cree symbol! I have shown this all before, but didn't know I was treading on the apple of the pagan grail's eye. And I had no idea (at the time) that the axe in the Irish Garth/Craith Coat was linked to the Cree natives.

One now has every reason to link the green Wolfin dragon to the Crichton green dragon. BUT THERE'S MORE. As per the "drwy" in the Wolfin motto, I tried the Drew Coat to find only...a red lion on white!

That's it. A red lion, or a red dragon, on white; the crux of the grail cult. The color red, that of blood, in the pagan grail. It's the DeLainy/DeLion bloodline. That's the mystery solved. It goes back to the Arms of Sion, red stars on white, as in the Dullas and Craith Coats, and of course the Washington Coat.

As you realize, you are not evil nor a snake just because you are of these bloodlines. Blood counts for nothing on the spiritual level, and specific genes account for some very important things but are neither evil nor good on the spiritual level. If only the bloodline worshipers had taken the same view, we wouldn't have had the arrogant bloodline cult to deal with. In one Delainy article we read:

"John Thaddeus DELANE (1817-79) was the English journalist, born in London. He graduated in 1839 from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, where he was more famous for horsemanship than reading. However, his father's neighbour in Berkshire, and proprietor of 'The Times' had noticed him, and in 1841 he became joint editor of 'The Times'."

Magdalen Hall in Vere-saturated Oxford. Is it a coincidence that someone so important to British media should have a DeLainy surname and also attend Magdalen Hall before landing that job? We read: "Another unrelated college named Magdalen Hall adjacent to Magdalen College eventually became part of Hertford College." Unrelated-shmunrelated my foot. The two were founded at different times, but they must have been founded by the same sort of crew. The college was named, it is said, after Mary Magdalene.,_Oxford

As you can see at the link above, the Arms representing the College are black and white diamonds!!! With ermines in the white diamonds. Where have we seen those? In the Paten Coat, using a green griffo-dragon in Crest.

There is a link there to the Magdalene college in Cambridge, where we find an Arms with the motto: "Garde ta Foy." It was founded by Benedictines. I have no comment on the symbols, but the garde term was linked above to the (De)Laine surname. Coincidence? The Laine motto is "Garde le Roy." Coincidence???

I KID YOU NOT, that at in the paragraph above, I went back to the Lane Coat for to quote the motto, and found that the page was no longer made available, nor the Laine surname. As you can see above, I entered the URL copied straight from the Lane-Coat page. I pasted the URL directly into the Google search engine, but it no longer showed a Coat. Someone(s) may following my material, and had the Coat removed, that's what it looks like.

Moments later, I tried the same Coats and they were available. In any case, I can see this sort of thing happening. I wonder how many Coats are going to be removed or changed, but it would only serve evidence that the dirty little secret of the Magdalene cult has been found! Liars.

Please report to me any Coats that you find no longer up, or that are different than how I describe them. If you have means, repeat online in your own websites all that I have said in the previous few days on Magdalene, or at least save this work and make it available somehow in case my computer (or worse) is sabotaged. For in a nutshell, the past few days reveals the Magdalene cult, and the trace of Obama to it. There is more to uncover, Lord willing. You may have noted some vinci-like codes/terms in the mottos. I see linkage to "DaVinci" that one might be able to debunk the Magdalene claims of the Davinci Code.

The Magdalene-college motto, "Garde ta foy," may suggest Magdalene links to a Foy-like surname. There is a Foy Coat! It has a Fey variation!! There is an English Foy Coat that's identical to the six black roundels of the English Lacy Coat.

It's only now that I note the motto of the purple-lion Irish Lacy Coat: "Meritas..." (I can't make out the rest due to worsening eyesight).

The French Foy Coat uses the black roundels on white too (certifying a link to the English Roys and Lacys); they are situated between what could be the Moray/Clement/Bez/Lambert stars tracing back to the Mures river...that I traced further back to the Maritsa river (!!!), what the Meritas code could very well represent. In fact, I traced the Arthurian cult to the region of Arda on that very river, and earlier still to Arzawa of Lydo-Luwian antiquity ("lew" means "lion" in several languages; the Lydian lion, no doubt).


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