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July 1

Joe Biden has become the boss of the Iraq mission, or de-mission:

"President Barack Obama has asked Vice President Joe Biden to take on a new role overseeing the US departure from Iraq and Washington's effort to promote internal political reconciliation there.

The White House said [yesterday] that Biden would work closely with General Ray Odierno, the top US commander in Iraq and US ambassador to Baghdad Christopher Hill as US forces prefer to leave for good by the end of 2011."

However, if war starts in Iraq, might Biden then be overseeing it too?

For readers who tend to gloss over the bloodline topics, do not miss the below. It ties Obama to Bidens way back.

I wasn't thinking about "Biden" at all yesterday when on the topic of Bessin/Beson, but at the sight of this article I compared the English Biden Coat with others discussed yesterday. The name includes Bitton, Button, Buddin and Boudin variations, but since the write-up tells that Buttons and Bittons were bishops of Bath and Wells, the surname may derive from "Bath" elements.

Remember, I have expected some globalist bloodlines to be from the British families at the root of the founders of the Syrian/Iraqi Baathists. Careful here, for there are many Bath locations but only few can be linked to Baathist founders. I had also suggested (see February 12-14) that these bloodlines could become politically linked to the Baathists, and now here comes Joe Biden (who could be one of the False-Prophet horns) to Iraqi politics...just as I expect the rise of Baathists with Gog.

One of two or three co-founders of the Baathists was Salah ad-Din al-Bitar, a name smacking of "Bitton." Since I assume that "Baath" derived from Bitar's family, the Bath location that the Bittons ruled may be connected to the founders of the Baathists. That Bath location is in Somerset. I'll come back to this Bath and Wells after reminding you of yesterday's topic. This all looks very good, appearing to me that yesterday's topic was Designed to prepare the ground for today's Biden topic.

As yesterday's Bessin topic was on Bayeux, and since it followed the Wallin and Wallis topic, note that the Wells were "First found in Lincolnshire where they are conjecturally descended from Gilbert de Ghent who held the village and mill of Well from the Bishop of Bayeaux." This Well was not the one in Somerset, but both locations may have been founded by the same Wells surname. Wikipedia' says (brackets not mine): "The diocese of Bath and Wells proper (Badoniensis et Wellensis)..." If "Bath" can derive from "Badon," then "Bath" can also be linked to "Bitton/Button." In fact, I'm convinced already, for the sentence continues like so:

"The diocese of Bath and Wells proper (Badoniensis et Wellensis) dates therefore from 1245. The diocese contained the three archdeaconries of Bath, Wells, and Taunton. William of Bitton bishop from 1267-74 was renowned for his piety, and his tomb became a place of pilgrimage in Wells. The completion of the buildings was achieved under Bishop Ralph of Shrewsbury (1329-63). Thomas Beckington (1443-65) was another noted liberal benefactor of the city."

Beckington??? I have written in the past that the Wells family ruled the religious institution at Bec. I have already shared that the Wells surname -- according to a Wells-family webpage -- has "Vallibus" and "Vaux" variations. I have already shown that the Vaux/Vallibus Coat uses a shield filled with red and gold Cohen-type checks, as does the Becking Coat. But I did not link the Becket Coat of yesterday's topic to the Becking surname, though I now see that the Becket Coat is likewise red and gold. In fact, I didn't realize yesterday where the Becket red lions on gold should link, but am now reminded of an old Wells Coat using a red lion on gold.

The Becket surname was important yesterday because it derives, according to one theory, from "bee house," and for that reason should link to the Bajocasse Celts (of Bayeux's founding). To now find that the Wells were linked to Bayeux as per the quote above allows us to trace yesterday's Wallin topic to Bayeux as well, and so note how "Wallin" is reflected well in the Wikipedia's phrase, "Badoniensis et Wellensis."

This is extremely important, for it shows a Bath and Wells trace back to the Bajocasses. I can be more confident because I was at my Bias Will be Boiis chapter yesterday, where I was reminded of what I had forgotten, that Pliny called them "Bodiocasses." One could get the impression that the Biden surname traces to the Badiocasses, in other words.

The chapter -- which was a stab in the dark at the time to reveal the mythical bee line from the Byzantines to the Boii Bohemians to the Bajocasses -- also reminded me that the Spanish for "bee" is "abija," which is important where I traced (yesterday) the Bajocasses to the Spanish Lascasses surname.

Since the Bidens now appear connected to the Wallins (from "Wolfin" of the Arthurian cult) of yesterday's topic, compare the Biden Coat with the Wallin/Wolfin Coat. This link is going to prove extremely important, but before getting to that, compare the two Coats with the Scottish Crawford Coat of yesterday's topic, and see that the Scottish-alternative Crawford Coat uses a red lion on gold (that I didn't think to trace to the Wells lion yesterday).

If not for dealing with the Wallin surname yesterday, I would not have been able to trace the Bidens (also "Boudins") to the Bode river in the Brocken area of the Harz mountains, the site of much celebrated/infamous witchcraft. I searched Bode articles this morning, seeking Biden-like terms, or whatever could make the link. I found this: "Between Wernigerode and Quedlinburg lies the little village of Thale in a strikingly beautiful [Bode] river gorge. Once a center for pagan Germanic worship..."

Wernigerode?? I had recently traced the Vere dragon cult to Wernigerode at Brocken mountain, but I had also traced the Rodham surname -- using the Wallin shield! -- to the same general region where the stump (see Rodham Crest) was a common symbol. So here you now have the scoop that the public does not know:

The Swedish Wallin Coat is a variation of the German Thale Coat.

This is huge. It verifies that the Bidens, the Rodhams, and Obama's bloodline traces to the same place in and around the Bode river. Had I not known yesterday about the Wallin surname, I would not have been able to connect it to the Thale surname from the town of Thale on the Bode. It was thanks to CC and what I called "a phenomenal stroke of 'luck'" that I was alerted to the Wolfin/Wallin surname, when she emailed an article on Obama's "eighth great-grandfather, Conrad Wolflin [who] served as a mayor in Orsingen, Germany, for 30 years."

Note that the Thale Coat substitutes gold Zionist stars on blue for Wallin's gold rings on blue, but more-importantly the Thale Coat substitutes gold bees on red for Wallin's gold clovers on red. This doubly suggests a link to the Bajocasses, not for the bees only, but because the gold clover (as we saw yesterday) is used by the Cleve Coat and Calvin Coat while Bayeux is in Calvados (Normandy).

Not many weeks ago, I tended to trace the Thule cult to the Brocken, but only today do I discover "Thale." I had also tended to trace the Obama circle to the Thule cult (and dared even to trace them to Nazi elements), and here we now have the strong evidence. When I had used Nazi terms to color Hillary Clinton a few months ago, I was doing so more in jest for her personality, and for the brutal persecution that I think she would hand "right-wing" Christians if only she could. I did not know then that her Rodham side would actually trace to Nazi elements.

You may recall that I caught scent of Thule-cult links to the Traby family...using ostrich feathers for a symbol (see Traby Coat). Well, are those not ostrich feathers on both sides of the gold Zionist star in the Thale Crest??? Yes, they are, two blue feathers and two red feathers. The gold Zionist star here feels like the one belonging to Wise/Weis, what should be a Wassa branch of Bavaria.

Remember, the Wassas were traced (yesterday) to the BajoCASSES. As you can see, this was developing into a thunderous discovery: the Obama circle traces to Bajocasses, who were moreover some of the most important (but diabolical) founders of America. It's not a wonder that Adam Weishaupt founded the Bavarian Illuminati on Maypole Day (May 1) in 1776 (May 1 is the greatest "holy" day in witchcraft, a celebration to the god, Bel). The English Wise surname was first found in Devonshire, where roughly the Wassa surname (uses a silver Zionist star) was first found.

I happen to trace the Bavarian Illuminati to Canada's founding, and today happens to be Canada Day. Apparently, to be "in-your'face" to the Americans, Canada chose to celebrate its independence day three days ahead of America's independence day (independence from the red-coat British who founded Canada).

It was Paul Revere, a Freemason spy (father = Apollos Rivoire), who has been made famous for warning that the red coats were coming. The Revere surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Baldwin de Reviers (Revere) who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086. Soon after the conquest Baldwin and William (Quillaume) de Reviers, sons of Richard of Montebourg in Calvados received Plympton and Tiverton in Devon, the Isle of Wight, became Earl of Devon..." From Calvados, and then removed to Devon. It sounds like the migration of the Wises from Calvados to Devon.

As Richard of Montebourg was a/the patriarch of the Revere surname, I checked for a Monte Coat to find only a Spanish one. The Monte surname was "First found in the Basque region of northern Spain." Coincidence, or were the Reveres a Wassa-branch peoples?

The Biden-Coat page says that Bidens inter-married with Bassets, a surname smacking of the Bisets using the Rodham Crest. The English Basset Coat is exactly the Scottish Drummond Coat.

I continued to read the Thale article until I came to the Gasthaus Koenigsruhe. This seems interesting because the Thale-Coat counterpart -- i.e. the Wallin Coat -- is a Swedish one while the Gast(haus) name evokes the Swedish Gust surname...that I think plays an important role in the Wassa bloodline to Odin.

When I checked for a Gast Coat just now, I got the duckling of the Gas/Gascon Coat. I didn't know until now (and I don't think LG did either) that the Gascon surname included "Gast" in its data bank, but it's wonderful because I was thinking that LG's Gust--- surname was connected to her Falin bloodline (from Vassa, Finland), and now I find that the Gast surname uses the very same duckling as in the Falen Coat!

As I continued reading the Thale article, I came across "the Teufelsbruecke (Devil's Bridge)." Never mind for now that this Germanic word for devil, "Teufel," evokes "Tubal." It struck me because it was just yesterday when I realized that the Gust surname, technically "Gastav/Gustaf," should be understood as Gus-Taf (I was seeing the Taphians depicted by Daphne, who became the Safine/Sabine line to the Suebe and Swabians). Here I now find "Teufel."

LG may be very surprised now because it was she who was involved with me in a discussion on whether the buffalo horns of the Zahringers (some were of Swabia) were rather elephant trunks; it turned out that the symbol was both, holding a double meaning. See the elephant trunks/buffalo horns in the German Teufel Crest! And remember, the Zahringer red-eagle Arms of Baden "were [originally] granted with a crest of peacock feathers," which should connect to the following statement in the web page showing the Arms of Barry Lereng Wilmont: "Crest -- Two buffalo horns chequy Argent and Vert each set with two peacock feathers Argent." Note that the eyes of the peacock feathers look more like a linden leaves.

The linden leaf is a part of the Teufel Crest and Coat. It may depict Rhodian elements from Lindos, the Rhodian city of Danaans that I trace to Varangians to (I think Zahringers and their Veringen cousins were proto-Varangians). If I recall correctly, the same buffalo horns were used by the Danes, suggesting a Dane trace back to Danaans of Lindos.

LG was also the one who conversed with me on the maple-tree connection to "maypole" (associated with the May 1 festivities to Bel), wherefore she may now be more interested than in the previous update, when I mentioned that the symbol of Gustrow of Pomerania is the green maple leaf; it's also the symbol (in the same color) of the Wilmont Coat (above link). I can't recall if I mentioned it, but her findings that Bavaria (blue and white symbol) used a blue maple leaf, and that connection with the blue and white uniforms of the Toronto Maple Leafs made me realize a Bavaria connection to Canada as a whole, for the national symbol of Canada is not the maple leaf only, but the beaver, a symbol previously, I think, of Bavaria.

I had briefly mentioned the Falen surname years ago in relation to the Ballen and Whalan/Phalen surnames. That's the only reason that I looked up the Whalen surname again today. I was not going to mention the Whelan symbol, diagonal blue diamonds on white evoking the Bavarian "lozenges," but that was before I got to the paragraph immediately above. Another Whalen variation shown is "Failin," about as close as one can get to LG's Falin bloodline. At first glance, when seeking a Wassa connection, "Whelan" looks like a Wells/Wallin branch. In the region of the Bode river (where Thale is found), there is also a town of Gosler.

The article below suggests that Obama has been taking some cues from Hillary, as per when he got tough on Iran last week at her suggestion. But whom does she speak for?

July 2

Who will fare better on Judgment Day, China which forbids absolute freedoms, or the Unites States that worships absolute freedoms?

"Beijing has ordered all personal computers sold in China from July 1 to be preinstalled with the Green Dam software, which it says is designed to block pornographic and violent images, and which critics fear will be used to extend censorship."

I've always been for censorship. I've never viewed it as a dirty word. Better that some don't get to have what they want if its spreads to the rest of society and corrupts it. That's God's way. Of course, if it's the devil who is censoring, then I'm against it. Perhaps Russia will fare better than the United States on Judgment Day:

"Casinos and slot-machine halls have shut down across Russia, under new restrictions on the gaming industry, that will see thousands of people lose their jobs.

...Passed three years ago under Vladimir Putin, the then president, it aims to help the state clamp down on corruption and organised crime.

But the law is estimated to have put 400,000 people out of work, and at a time when Russia's economic crisis is deepening."

If the mistake wasn't made in the first place, those 400,000 people would have had better jobs. Fix the problem. Do what's right. And the long term will be much much better. If jobs are the priority over morals, then the idiot has spoken. If a government permits immoral activity because it brings in tax dollars, then the country is run by fools. If the peoples want life, then the Creator of life must be honored, or there will be no more life after time runs out.

One can sing and dance and make lots of money at it, but the day of death will arrive when the nose job means nothing, when the immoral crowds can do nothing to raise the fool back to life. Michael Jackson is an excellent example of how the dark side of America can ruin a talented, innocent child. The fool does not say to himself, "Hey, I wonder how my life would turn out if I just honor God."


There's still no news to speak of in prophecy-land, aside from the month of June being the worst in violence in almost a year. I was awoken at about 3 am with a bad dream, people getting hacked to cruel death by killers with determined pleasure on their faces. You've heard it before, I'll say it again: "It was so real."

Politics is often driven by evil. The desire to rule over political enemies can result in pleasure-filled killings. The Arabs are a fine example of this, but the enormity of the acts of murder escapes us because we hear about it so often and yet never see it, unless we seek such scenes online (I don't). Is the same killing spirit coming to U.S. politics soon? Will the political right threaten Democrat power to the point that Democrats resort to killings, then waves of killings?

At some point, the spirit of Satan must enter the hearts of Americans (and other nations) to the point that they become Satan incarnate to a significant degree. What happens when these people conspire together? As they meet and talk politics filled with Satan as never before, what tack will they take to hold onto power?

When Hitler spoke, he awoke a spirit lingering in the German people, the same spirit that had entered Hitler. The masses were sane enough not to let that spirit become murderous or carried away in other ways, but there were some who happily engaged the spirit when Hitler vented it. When the anti-Christ shows up and speaks to the world, he will speak with the spirit seeking to enter the peoples even now. The masses are sane enough not to let that spirit get carried away at this time, but when the anti-Christ speaks, he will convince many to become carried away.

We should assume that many leaders in the world will support his political agenda, and deceive the masses into latching onto that spirit. We know beforehand that the anti-Christ will speak against Christ, and not just Israel. There are many satanists the world over who are wishing the time to be here already. Their zeal will make them leaders tomorrow. They will kill Christians thinking they are killing cancers. They do not understand Christians, for there is a distorted view of them being manufactured constantly by the spirit of Satan. Our desire to please the Creator so that a better world might result is being portrayed as the dire threat to the freedoms of those who love freedom from Biblical principles.

There is probably no other nation in the world that supersedes America in this type of battle between Christian and anti-Christian forces.

I was amazed to find yesterday that the Coat of Obama's Wolfin/Wallin bloodline matched the Thale Coat of Germans from Thale on the Bode river. This doesn't necessarily mean that Wallins were from Thale, but in the least it means that they married Thale elements at some point. The evidence keeps building that the Obama circle of politicians are from the Brocken/Harz region.

The webpage said that Obama traces in particular to a Wolfin-surnamed mayor of Orsingen. I'm looking at that today for the first time. The first thing I see is that the town of Orsingen-Nenzingen uses the blue antler of Veringen. The town is in Baden-Wurttemberg, close to the Swiss border. As it's no more than about ten miles from the mouth of Switzerland's Aar river, it (my atlas shows "Erzingen") may have been named after whatever elements named the river. The river runs through the canton of Aargau, which uses three white stars on blue and may therefore connect with Moray, the place where Obama's Randolph bloodline traces (I have yet to investigate whether his Randolph line merged with his Wolfin line).

Yesterday, I caught some hint that the Biden/Button surname links to the Wolfins/Wallins, and so let me say that there's is a Baden in Aargau that may be linked to the German Baden where the Veringens ruled. If "Biden" does not trace to "Baden," then perhaps to lake Bodensee, known otherwise as lake Constance (German-Swiss border east of Orsingen). It certainly smacks of the Bode river so that, perhaps, the Wolfins/Wallins (I use the two names together so that you won't confuse with "Wallis") and proto-Bidens may have moved from Bodensee to the Bode.

Orsingen is in the district of Constanz (at western tip of the lake) having a location of Bodman-Ludwigshafen (named after the lake). I mention this place because it uses linden leaves as symbols (see link above), while at the opposite/eastern tip of the lake there is a location of Lindau. Hmm. It makes me wonder whether what I've called "gold clovers" seen in the Swedish Wallin Coat (and other Coats) are linden leaves instead.

In yesterday's update, I showed what appear to be linden leaves in the elephant trunks of the Arms of Barry Lereng Wilmont, but what are certainly linden leaves in the elephant trunks of the Teufel Crest. Since I suggested that the Teufel surname could have entered the GusTAFson surname, see not only that a variations of the Constance surname are "Custance" and "Custeson" (i.e. Gust-like), but that the English Constance Coat uses a red eagle, the symbol of the Zahringers...who also used the elephant trunks. One can expect Zahringers in the Constance district because it uses the Veringen antler (Zahringers used the same antler in red). The page says that the Veringen antler of Constance is from Stockach.

The Stock surname came up when I was discussing the Ohrdruf Priory, for the Carmelite (Templars?) founders of that place were led first by Simon Stock. It was the discussion on the Ohrdruf concentration camp that first got me interested in seeking Obama-circle roots in the Traby elements that I imagined in "druf." Although the German Stock surname was first found in Bavaria, a trace to Stockach is not out of the question.

Both the Stocks and the Wolfins/Wallins were recorded first in Pembrokeshire, a very strong case for tracing Stocks to Stockach, a mere 30 miles from Orsingen (where Obama's Wolfin family ruled). Further importance might be in the use of a two-tailed white lion in the English Stock Coat, perhaps a counterpart to the Wells two-tailed black (or is it silver?) lion.

Keep in mind that the upright white lion is a symbol of Gascony. The Stock Crest uses a dove with olive branch in beak, the symbol of Spanish Colom/Columbia Coat. The latter surname, because it was made part of Washington DC, likely traces to the Basques (i.e. Wassas). At this point, I tried for a Waller Coat and got the leaves that appear to be in the Spanish Monte Coat, a surname first found among the Basques of Spain.

As the German Waller write-up says, Hugo Waller of Waldshut, Bavaria," I tried for a Wald Coat and got a dove with olive branch in beak! Since "Waldwin" is listed as a Wolfin/Wallin variation, perhaps the "gold clovers/linden leaves in the Swedish Wallin Coat are olive leaves. LG? What do you think?

I kid you not, that after writing the sentence above, I felt a compulsion to see the Hegel Coat because it was a topic when I had discussed Simon Stock (on June 6); I had asked: "How is it that the Hegel surname, also shown as "Aigle," used roughly the Stock [white lion] symbol?" However, instead of entering "Hegel" just now, I entered "Hagel" and got what appears to be an olive branch in the English Hagel Crest. The Hagel Shield is not a far cry from the Wolfin/Wallin Shield. The German Hagels were "First found in Wuerttemberg and Baden..." where also Orsingen is located.

I had shown that the Hegel surname was from Aylesford in Kent, and then quoted an article telling that Carmelites were in Aylesford in the 13th century, where Simon Stock was elected their leader. The English Hegel Crest uses what might be the paw of the orange/gold panther in the Wald Coat.

Thus far, the only hint of the Wells that I can find in the Orsingen theater is the red-lion-on-gold (Wells symbol) in the Arms of Radolfzell. This Randloph-like location is on lake Bodensee, 12 miles north-west of Constanz (at Hohenweil). Stockach is less than ten miles to the north of Radolfzell.

The Counts of Nellenburg founded Stockach in the 13th century. The German Nellen/Nellenburg Coat uses red roundels on gold, the colors of Radolfzell. As the English Constance-surname Coat is also red and gold (with a gold Zionist star on the red eagle), it more-likely traces to Germany's Constanz.

I am amazed. At the site of "Radolfzell," I recalled writing the following (June 1), and went to fetch it for you (capitals mine just now):

"I go back to yesterday's topic, the Ruth/Randolph Coat that includes only 'Randolph, Randolf and others,' but no "Ruth." As I contemplated this apparent anomaly, and seeing that the Ruth/Randolph Coat has three distinct similarities with the Rodham Coat...I wondered whether 'Randolph' had previously been RADOL in better reflection of the Rutuli peoples of Latin domains south of Rome."

June 1 Update

What's more amazing than the "Radol" similarity with "Radolfzell" is that the Ruth/Randolph Coat is very much like the Wolfin/Wallin Coat, and I don't think it's coincidental. It now leads me to believe that Obama's Randolph and Wolfin bloodlines are not to be separated, at least by much.

The question is that, since the Wolfin surname is said to be from " Gualgnain or Gwalwynne," a son of king Arthur's sister, does that sister trace to lake Constance/Bodensee? Does this reveal Arthur's sister as elements of Bude of Cornwall and/or Bute of Scotland (= Avalon)??? It just so happens that his sister is said to be Morgan le Fay, queen of Avalon! And since she ought to connect with Moray, the three white Moray stars on blue can now be traced reasonably to the same symbols of Aargau canton.

As I read further down in my June 1 update just now, I came across the Walgrin surname that, should it be the same as "Gualgain = Wolfin/Wallin, would reveal the origin of the Fulks, I think. Here is what I shared June 1:

"There are three Wulgrins and one Fulk in the list of Angouleme counts. With that in mind, read this: 'Fulk le Breant, a mercenary soldier who was granted the Manor of Luton for services to King John in the thirteenth century. By marriage, he also gained the rights to an area near London, south of the Thames. The house he built, Fulk's Hall, became known in time as Vauxhall."

Angouleme was beside Libourne of Gascony. The red and gold Vaux Coat and the Arms of the Counts of Angouleme are virtually identical. Vaux was a Wells variation/sept (!), and that exclamation mark is for the real possibility that the Wells were in fact from the Wolfins/Wallins...if "Walgrin" is. That is, if Walgrins were Gualgains and therefore Wallins, then Wallins were Fulks and therefore Vaux, and therefore Wells.

Keep in mind in this discussion that the Biden/Button surname surfaced in Bath and Wells (Cornwall), which was also "Badoniensis et Wellensis," smacking of "Bodensee" and "Wallin."

Arthur's wife was also his half-sister. Her name was made "Elaine" (I think by Geoffrey of Monmouth). Since myth is code, one doesn't want to use the real-life terms exactly, but rather disguise them somewhat. "Elaine" is a term that has eluded me for years. Elaine's mother was encoded, "Igraine." She was the wife of a Cornwall duke, moreover, so that she better traces to Bude. In fact:

"Geoffrey of Monmouth reveals the [Duke of Cornwall's] identity when he states 'Hoel was the son of Arthur's sister [i.e. Elaine]; and his father was Budicius..."

Ignore the deductions made by the writer above, and all writers who seek real people in the myth codes. They haven't got a clue. Yes, there are real people who have had names used in myth, but myth names depict bloodlines, groups, geographies, and sometimes entire nations.

Geoffrey was apparently linking the Cornwall family of Elaine with a "Budicius," and I would venture to say that "he" (Elaine's father) was the stock of the proto-Biden bloodline, with Elaine herself depicting the Wallen stock that founded Wellensis at Bath. The myth writer, Thomas Malory, had Arthur's father (PenDragon) mate with Igraine to produce Arthur.

It doesn't matter too much which sister of Arthur "officially" produced Gualgaine, and while the quote below tells that it was the sister named, "Gwyar" (looks like "Vere/Weir"), matching Arthur's wife, GuineVere, note that the Wallins may have lived at Erethlyn (beside Rhos), the place to which I traced mythical Geryon (i.e. like "Gwyar") and Orthos (= Ordovices):

" the province of Wales, called Ros (Rhos), was found the sepulcher of Walwin (Gwalwynne/Gwalchmai?), the noble nephew of Arthur (from his sister Gwyar); he reigned, a most renowned knight, in that part of Britain which is still named Walwerth...

...This Walworth is said by some to be Galloway, but William says it is in Wales, and Ros (Rhos) is more likely the kingdom that was in North Wales to the east of Guenedota (Gwynedd)..." (brackets not mine).

There was also a king Cadwallon king of Gwynedd in the early sixth century. "Gwynedd" was "Venedotia" to the Latins, smacking of the Veneti. In Welsh, it was "Guenedota," smacking of Arthur's wife. One could get the impression that the Wallins named both CornWall and Wales. You have the red lion of Wells, but then there's the red dragon of Wales. Houseofnames has a Wollen(berg) variation of "Wallin," and together with "Walwerth" one thinks of Woolworths, a retailer much like Walmart.

Isn't that a green wyvern (no front legs) dragon in the Woolen Crest? It could be the green wyvern of Vere.

I now turn to Flanders and Walloon, two Belgio-Netherland regions that were superimposed upon one another, and both likely named after the same stock of peoples...quite possibly the Wallins. A possible origin of the Flanders term is WestPHALIA, known as "Falen" to the Germans. We saw yesterday that the Phalen surname has "Failen" and "Whelan" as variations. We know that the Falen Coat uses the Gascon/Gass/Gast ducklings.

WestFalen is smack beside Flanders, and both the Flemings (said to be founders of Flanders) and WestFalen use red and white Arms. Interestingly, the Arms of Westfalen use two red and two white ostrich feathers in the helmet of the armor. The hypothetical (at this point, anyway) link between WestFalen and the Wallens of the lake-Constance region may become evident in that both places have a Ravens(burg/berg) location.

The Ravensberg of WestFalen uses a red triple chevron on white, which may link to the white triple chevron on red of Wales (that I think is basic to the Freemason founders of the United States). Since we read that the "The [Ravensberg] county was later inherited by the House of Berg in 1346," the red triple chevron on gold belonging to the Burgh/Berg surname (and passed to the Clares/Clairs) must apply to the Ravensberg triple chevron.

Recalling that the Sparre surname came from Sweden with a red chevron on white, note too that "The Counts of Ravensberg then had Sparrenberg Castle built in Bielefeld ca. 1240-50, which they made their seat." Here's the quote shared in the June 20 update:

"The Laird article doesn't mention the Sparres at all, except to say: 'Niven Sinclair, a family historian tells me that the [Laird] Chevron was part of the crest of the Sparre Family from Sweden.

Interestingly, I was connecting the Sparres and Speers that day with the Sinclairs, and they in turn to the raven symbol, and here I find the Clare triple chevron linking to the Ravensberg rulers at Sparrenberg castle. I don't think it's a coincidence. I think I have just found an major home of the Sparres and/or Spars.

It was in that update that I showed the raven sitting on a red roundel on gold shield, belonging to the Raven-surname Coat. Today, I found that red roundels on gold belong to the German Nellen/Nellenburg Coat, a surname that should most-definitely link to the Nellenburgs of Stockach and other lake-Constance regions. One could get the impression that the Nellenburgs ruled also at Ravensburg, 30-40 miles west of Stockach, and then had a family branch in Ravensberg of WestFalen.

The Stockach article says that Nellenburgs owned the town of Radolfzell, but also Tengen, which, as you can see, uses an upright white horse (with a horn) on red that reflects the Saxon and WestFalen horses exactly. The unicorn was also the symbol of the Orkney/Shetland domains...conquered by the raven-depicted vikings! The picture is becoming much clearer, and with further study readers could hash out a lot more conclusions than I can squeeze into these updates.

The red triple chevron is used also by Bielefeld, the capital of the Ravensberg region. Both places are in the Teutoburg Forest. I've been seeking for years the origin of the red triple chevron in the Taddei Coat because it's one of my near-immediate bloodlines. I hold the theory that it links to the triple chevron of Wales as per the Tudors, for both "Tudor" and "Taddei" are said to be Theodore variations. Perhaps the Taddei symbol is from the triple chevron of the Teutoburg forest.

In any case, that exercise made me check the Teuten Coat (English), and what did I find? Red and white crescents arranged as though a variation of the English Spree Coat. The Teuten surname was first found in Cheshire, where the Masci (probably linked to Maxwells) family was ruling. In my personal family, the Taddeis are linked closely to the Mascis. Moreover, the Bielefeld/Ravensberg region is not far from the Meuse river to which the Mascis traced.

The region is also not far (about 50 miles) from the Traby domain of roundel-using Hanover. This may explain why Nellenburgs of far off Lake Constance use roundels: they had a branch in the Ravensberg area of Hanover.

By the way, the Teuten Crest looks like a white Lab dog, and Ms. Pollock would find all this interesting for tracing the white Comfort-Coat Lab, and the Comfort and Pollock bugles, to the Traby fold of Hanover. But now there is reason to seek roots in the Teuten surname...probably from the Teutoburg forest.

I have an apology to make. I make quite a few mistakes when relating heraldry symbols (my eyes are bad from too much computer, and I keep the screen light level low for that reason). I've just discovered another mistake: the Hanover Arms uses green roundels on gold, not black (as they appear in the smaller version on the Hanover page, depending on the angle of my computer screen). These are the colors, incidentally, of the Scottish Pollock Coat. I'm still of the opinion that the Traby fold of northern Germany was in Hanover. Note what appears to be a triple-legged symbol between the Hanover roundels, a design similar to the Traby Coat.

The point of this Ravensburg-to-Ravensberg exercise is to lay a foundation for the origin of Flanders and/or Walloon from the region in which the Obama-line Wallens came from. The importance is that the Flemings of Flanders were basic to Templarism. Since we expect Sion of Switzerland to be Templar basic also, it's not surprising if the Wells family should trace to both the canton of Wallis (where Sion sits) and to the Wallin surname.

But as Traby has traced to the Tudors, of Wales, it wouldn't be surprising if both the Wales term and Tudors originated in a merger of Trabys and Wallens in the Teutoburg forest near Hanover .

July 3

I'm swamped in email. I will read every email but may not respond. Keep them coming in.

The power-play skirmish between Obama and Netanyahu has simmered, at least in the public eye. There's a new face in Israel on the issue:

"One of President Barack Obama's earliest backers, US Representative Robert Wexler, was in Jerusalem this week trying to persuade Israelis that a settlement freeze would be a win-win proposition.

...The Democrat from south Florida told the Post that the Obama administration was placing America's Arab allies under heavy pressure to take substantial steps toward normalizing relations with Israel, in return for a settlement freeze."

Liar. Deceiver. The purpose of a settlement freeze is to facilitate a Palestinian close to Jerusalem that it will continually create tension. The more power the Palestinians have in and around Jerusalem, the greater the conflict between the two states.

I checked the Wexler Coat (German) and found elephant trunks in the Crest. The name is interesting because it "is derived from the Low German word 'Wesseler'," and yet it became "Wechsler." It could be that "Wesseler" was rooted in Bessin, and if so, shows that "Becking," "Beck" etc. may have roots in the Bessin.

The write-up says that "wesseler" means "money changer" ("emBEZZLE" comes to mind). I think it was LG who wrote in some years ago concerning the checkerboard pattern of the Cohens, suggesting that it had to do with bankers counting out coins (the game of checkers may have developed from that practice). I can't recall the official term used by the bankers. It just so happens that the Becking Coat uses a red and gold checkerboard, and that a variation of this surname is "Baring," a big-bank name.

Again, the Becking Shield is identical to the Vaux branch of Wells, and a Wells family ruled/oversaw Bec (Normandy). As we saw yesterday, the Becket surname uses red lions on gold, an old Wells symbol, and the surname may be derived from "bee house," thus indicating a connection to the Bajocasses of the Bessin region.

I did not know that Robert Wexler was a part of the Obama team in Israel when I was writing these things. The natural thing to do is to check "B" versions of "Wesseler/Wexler." The German Becler/Beckler Coat uses the Bauer symbol.

BUT the main point is that "The earliest individual to be mentioned in chronicles is one Cunrat Baecheler of Konstanz in the year 1259." I had never been on the topic of Constanz...until yesterday! It's the area that Obama's Wallin bloodline came from!! It causes me to think that I'm correct concerning a Beckler=Wesseler equation. And the connection of the Wells to Bec and Becket as well as to Wallin causes me to suspect that the Becklers/Wexlers were a Wallin branch.

I don't think I have ever tried for a Bessen Coat. The surname is more often Besant-like, but the German form (using a Bamm-Bamm club = Hercules) has more Bessen-like variations than Besant-like. The English surname uses the red and gold Vere Shield that could be construed as the red and gold checkerboard symbol, BUT the point is, believe me when I tell you that I wrote ALL OF THE ABOVE before finding the Besant write-up:

"[Bessen] comes from a name for a coiner or minter. The name is derived from a coin called the byzantius, whose name is derived from the city of Byzantium, where they were minted."

This is incredible. I had traced the Cohen checkerboard to Byzantium (not because the gold roundel symbol is said to depict gold coins of Byzantium) because I saw a checkered pattern, with coin-like "checkers", on Byzantine coins...belonging to certain Byzantine emperors of roughly the period of Melissena Rangabe to whom I traced the Cohens independent of any checkerboard considerations. Take for example the coin of Basel I, Basel II, Michael V, or Constantine VII.

AND, it just occurs to us that Constanz was named after a Constantine.

In my Bias Will Be Boiis chapter, I traced the Bessin back to the Bessi Thracians and then to Byzantium, founded by a mythical Byzas. After resisting for a few years, I began incorporating a Hebrew theme in the dragon-hunt book when I sensed that God wanted me to discover the dragon line of Buz, son of Nahor. I didn't know why. I eventually found that the Nahorites, and some Buz-like terms in Europe, used the wolf as symbol. Wolfin. Obama's bloodline at lake Constanz. Was this His reason?

More precisely, the Wolfin surname was at Orsingen/Erzingen, what may be derived from elements of "Ortho," the two headed dog of Geryon. I'm sure that this dog depicted the Ordovices of Wales. I had traced Geryon to Erethlyn long before I discovered the Ordovices there (i.e. the discovery/realization solidified the Geryon trace to Wales. The trace is made because myth placed him at "Erytheia." It may be that Erytheia was elsewhere, as others say, but in any case it seems, from multiple angles, that the Geryo-Orthos peoples ultimately ended up at Erethlyn, Rhos, and Rothesay. The Bute wave (I'm thinking the proto-Bidens) came later as the Arthurian cult, and we can suspect that they merged with the Hercules holy-grail wave that dethroned Geryon (see Erytheia myth).

In one version of the myth (included in link above), Hercules hits Orthos over the head with his club, after sailing to Erytheia with the golden cup of Helios (the Rhodian Danaans of Lindos must be depicted here). In my earlier writings, I identified Geryon with part of the Poseidon-Atlas Atlanteans of the far West. Noting that Geryon's symbol was cattle, the Argonauts, in my opinion, are suspect, for Io, depicted by a white cow, was the goddess of Argos. I had (independent of that) traced Argonauts, not only to the Orkneys, but to Argyll (Scottish region to this day) smack at Bute.

The thing is, Io was made a founder of per "byz" being viewed as our "bison." Note how close "bison" is to "Bessen" and even to "Bitton" (an early Biden variation). Then see the bull horns in the Biden Crest; up until now, I had no idea what those bull horns could trace to.

One of Poseidon's 10 sons, Gadeirus, was also given (by Plato) the name of Eumelus, and because I identify Pos-Eidon as Buz, son of Nahor, I identify Eumulus with a tribe of Kemuel, born to Nahor immediately after Buz. Gadeirus has been identified with Gadir/Cadiz in southern Spain, wherefore Nahorites were at least that far west. I've mentioned this before, but want to do so again to bring the Campbells into the picture, for their "Cammell" variation may identify them as Kemulites. I've mentioned that before too, but now I want to say that the Campbell surname was first found in Argyllshire, directly on-shore of Bute...which I think was populated by Buzites.

I also want to show the Campbell symbols in the English Ogden Coat, a surname that I identify with Joktan's tribes in Occitania/Aquitaine (southern France). Last night I dug up the other Campbell symbol that I had said was "somewhere" in southern France: its the Arms of Gironde." Gironde is a location now in Aquitaine but was once part of Gascony. Note how "Girond" reflects "Geryon," and recall my discussion of the "ox" rendering of "occ" or "Jok(tan)." Geryon was depicted with three bodies, suggesting three distinct peoples in alliance, and I would now place Joktanites amongst his alliance.

I'm kicking myself because I accidentally deleted a Columbia-like location somewhere in that same region of south-western France. I thought that it would be an excellent place to trace the Clements. If you recall, the Clement Coat uses the Italian Marina/Marino symbol, while the Hopper Coat (as per Clem Kadiddlehopper) uses the Spanish Moreno Coat. BUT, on the Hopper Coat, the castle symbol is superimposed on the Campbell that I'd like to know how close the Columbia-like (I recall it as "Columbier-like) location was to Gironde.

I am sure that "Clem Kadiddlehopper" was Freemason code for a peoples an/or geography in Spain, but whereas Catalonia (Basque-related) came to mind recently as the identity of "Cadiddle," Cadiz now comes to mind as a better match. I won't be surprised to find a Hopper-like term in relation to Cadiz.

In the days of Geryon/Atlantis, the Avalon of the day was called "Hesperides." I have some unpublished material tracing Hesper-like surnames to that place. I can't recall the surnames exactly, but I think Asper and Ash bury were two of them. The importance here is that these names both trace to Gascony. The Dutch Asper Coat is the Washington Shield, and it even uses that duckling used also by the Gascony Coat!

Since this "shields" is the symbol of the Sheldon Coat and Crest, is it a coincidence that Clem Kadiddlehopper was played by Red Skelton??? Why "Red" where there is red all over those Coats?

You recall that I trace "Skelton/Shelton" to mythical Scylla, then to Shala (wife of Dagon), symbol likely of Ashkelon. You may recall that I thought to trace the Ashbourne surname (of Gascony) to Ashkelon. It turns out that one of the surnames traced to the Hesperides (with more evidence than similarity of terms) was Ash bury, which is a variation of Ashbourne. The Ash bury Coat uses white stars on red, evocative of the Washington Coat!

It begins to appear that Washingtons were linked to Hesperides elements. Nahor had Hazo for a son, very close to "Gace/Gache." Hmm. As I was wondering what other surname Kemuelites would use, I knocked off the "k" and thought of "Mule." The Mule Coat uses a thin version of the Washington bars! Instead of three red stars in the Chief, the Mule Chief uses three red roundels. The Mule surname was first found in Devonshire, roughly the place where the Wassa surname was first found (somewhere in Cornwall). There is a Camule/Camel Coat (using camels), surname first found in Somerset (beside Devon).

Gironde's Geronne river (looks even more like "Geryon") flows into the Dordogne, a term possibly from Dor and/or Dagon. Since the Campbell symbol is used by Gironde, perhaps it links to a Cambes locality; there are three nearby to one another, one in Gironde itself. Can "Clem" and/or "Columb" derive from "Cambe." "Clampet" is an English Clement variation.

I know I showed that the French Clement Coat uses a white star on blue (symbol on American flag), and that the German Clements have bars like the Washington bars, but did I tell that the Italian Clement Coat uses bands in red, white and blue?

These are the reasons that I should like to find Clement roots. I think we'll find Washingtons there too. I've already traced "Columbia" to the Scottish king Coluim and/or to the king Cuilen who killed him. Since the latter is also "Colin," see the Amerike-like blue and white stripes in the French Colin Coat. Then see the same stripes in the Gache/Gachon Coat, but now mark what looks like a dove in the latter.

I'm assuming that the footless sparrows in the English Colin Coat links to the Sparre/Speer family. But it's only now that I see possible links to "Hesper(ide)." Remember, the Colins were identified as the family of George Drummond, and Drummonds were traced to Adram-branch Sepharvites...independent of my trace of "Hesperide" to "Sephar," home of the Joktanites. This old work is coming in handy now. It may reveal that Speers, Sparres, and Sprees were from Sepharvites. Recalling that the Spree river runs through Lusatia, which place I trace to Ladon, is it a coincidence that Ladon was protector of the Hesperides apple garden?

Recalling that Anat may have been from the Anam-branch Sepharvites, and that Anat's symbol was crossed arrows...seen in the Speer Coat, might the gold boar in that Coat trace to the gold boar in the Campbell/Crest? Might the Speer Chief be a variation of the Washington Chief?

I found more purple lions to add to those of the Luz and Lacy surnames. I was just about to exit the Gascony article when I thought to check the Bayon Coat as per the Bayonne location near the Spanish border: three purple lions on white, same background color as the Spanish Luz Coat.

I sense a Luz connection to Bayonne, which term smacks of Bayeux. You recall that I traced the BajoCASSES of Bayeux to the LasCASSES of Spain, and then suggested that "Lascasse" was root of "Lasci," a variation of the Lacy surname. It works! All three purple-lion coats trace to Bajocasses. Evidence of a Bayonne trace to Bayeux is in the Bayon-surname write-up: "There is believed to be a [Bayon] connection to the Bishop of Bayeux, Bishop Odo, half brother of Duke William [the Conqueror]."

July 4

The entry of Joe Biden into Iraqi affairs at this very time seems meaningful. The vice president could have been asked to serve in any place of the American agenda, and yet he has been chosen to oversee Iraq at the time that I see it overthrow imminent:

"'The president said, "Joe, go do [Iraq]." I think he knows I know the country, I know the politics, I've spent a lot of time here, I've a lot of my public life in my last eight years in this area,' Mr. Biden told reporters.

But he also is a somewhat controversial figure in Iraq, having supported in the Senate a plan to divide the country essentially along its sectarian and ethnic lines...

Mr. Biden's wife, Jill, also was visiting U.S. troops, making a stop at an Army base in Bamberg, Germany for lunch with soldiers and their families."

Of all the places to visit troops, why Bamberg??? Remember, Obama's German bloodline of Wolfin ended up in Pembroke (Wales), what may have been named after Bamberg or Bamburgh (Scotland) elements.

In the article above, Biden tells the Iraqis that the US will stand behind the country, but, then, in an article found this morning, we read what seems to be the opposite:

"Vice President Joseph Biden told Iraqi leaders that the path to a secure peace lies in uniting ethnic and sectarian groups and said the U.S. might disengage from their country if it reverts to sustained violence."

There are at least two ways to interpret this. Either he's bluffing to get Iraqis to work harder and independently toward avoiding a civil war(s), or this is the very agenda that Obama sent him to fulfill: to notify Iraqis that the U.S. is out if violence springs up. If the latter is true, then the terrorists have heard it. It's a very stupid thing to say because it can cause violence to flare for the one reason alone of getting the U.S. to disengage.

But then we don't know the true story yet. Disengagement can explain how Gog can arise apart from U.S interference even though American military is in Iraq. The question is, will Gog be an Obama/Western agent secretly, and is Biden laying the road down now to stay out of his way when he arises?

The article lays into the theme again, saying that Biden:

"also told Maliki that if Iraq fell into a period of sectarian violence or engaged in ethnic fighting, such a step would change the nature of U.S. engagement, a senior administration official said, according to the report. The aide did not offer specifics about the change, it said."

One could interpret this as though U.S. disengagement will occur even if Maliki himself becomes involved in retaliating against a violent uprising in his country. Is Maliki being hand-cuffed, warned not to fight back. If that's the real deal, then something suspicious is taking place. Isn't the U.S. supposed to come to Iraq's assistance under such an uprising? Isn't that the very reason that the military is being kept in Iraq's rural areas rather than being sent home?

Is Obama planning an uprising in Iraq with the purpose of toppling Maliki? Naw. Couldn't be. Is he planning to do it with Gog? Naw. Couldn't be.

Speaking of conspiracies, there are people out there who badly want the entire world to take swine-flu shots. The fear-mongering is coming from Britain, now claiming that 40 people could die each day as on two months from now. Other reports are saying that there is just no possible way to curb this pestilence. Look at the words used:

"A teenager became the fourth Briton to die from swine flu, doctors said yesterday.

...Like the UK's other three swine flu victims, he was suffering from 'underlying health problems'.

The death came as the Chief Medical Officer warned against buying potentially dangerous counterfeit flu drugs over the internet.

Health experts say some of the medications on sale are useless - while others are danergous [this SIC makes me look good]- laced with rat poison and other toxic chemicals.

Even rat poison? Come on. This chief medical officer is therefore suspect as part of the hoax intended for raising money globally on a flu that isn't anywhere near as bad as claimed. For, he clearly doesn't want people buying swine-flu fixes from other companies. Remember, Joe Biden showed signs of being involved with this scare. The need for money by the Obama circle has got Colin Powell speaking out against Obama, and that says a lot because Powell loves Obama:

"'I'm concerned at the number of programs that are being presented [by Obama/Democrats], the bills associated with these programs and the additional government that will be needed to execute them,' Mr. Powell said in an excerpt of an interview with CNN's John King, released by the network [yesterday] morning.

Governments can steal the peoples' money by creating government operations and then skim some of the money off for other uses. The more and bigger government programs, the more money that can be skimmed off. We wonder how much of the Big-O's stimulus money has already been skimmed off. U.S. unemployment numbers are still going up, but Obama can excuse himself by saying it would have been worse without the stimulus money.

In an article speaking on Obama's plan to fight the swine flu, we read what could be construed as a conspiracy to bring about the bad situation by design:

"Health experts have been warning about a major outbreak of a killer flu virus for the past few years, with the potential not only for mass deaths but also for severe disruption of domestic and international markets and infrastructure."

In a conspiracy, one first warns of something if there is s design to bring it about. The warnings increase the chances of succeeding in the plot. "See, we told you so, now everybody be good and take flu shots." I hope the plot is not worse than merely stealing our money. I hope it's not population control by killing people slowly, in ways that cannot be traced back to the flu shots. Why is Homeland Security, which we should not trust in the coming tribulation period, involved with Obama's flue plans:

"[Obama's] all-day summit on July 9 will be hosted by secretaries for the departments of Homeland Security, Health and Human Services and Education, along with one of President Obama's top national security advisers."

Doesn't it sound as though there is something big and bad coming down the pipes? It's as though Obama and Britain are working hand in hand on this.

Speaking of conspiracies, Iran has charged, and set up trials for, at least two Brits involved with Mousavi. Iran is saying that two of them have confessed to certain things. "Iran's leaders have repeatedly criticised Western nations - particularly Britain and the United States - for "interferring" in the country's internal affairs since the re-election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the president." Why mainly Britain and the United States?

It's official. Hezbolah doesn't want to be a part of the Lebanese government in order to retain autonomy. The story is at the webpage below, but what I'd like to talk about is the Shoofa I-Phone ad at that page. Aside from the black background, the company logo is near-identical to the Beckel Coat. And the symbol evokes the big-O circle used as Obama's campaign logo.

This finding comes the day after introducing Robert Wexler, Obama's new man in Israel. I had entertained "Bec(k)" variations of "Wexler, and had opted to stress the Becler/Beckler Coat while ignoring the Bickle Coat for the time being. I did not think of "Beckel," found only this morning as per Bob Beckel of the Kennedy and Carter administrations. It seems the perfect Wexler/Wesseler" variation.

Fortunately, we're clued in that the Wexler surname (of Bavaria) was "First found in the town of Eger." In the Eger-Coat page, we read that the Eger river was near Bopfingen. Since this location is in Baden-Wurttemberg (near the Bavaria border), we can assume that the buffalo horns/elephant trunks in the Wexler Crest tie to the Zahringens of Wurttemberg.

This is becoming very significant because Bopfingen is near Goppingen, the location of Hohenstaufen mountain. Moreover, we read: "[Bopfingen] was first mentioned between 775-850 A.D. in a deed of foundation of 'Traditiones Fuldenses' where it was called 'Pophingen'." That evokes the Paphlagonians, whose Pamphylian allies founded Bamberg (in my opinion)...not far to Bopfingen's north.

Bopfingen is nearer still to Heidenheim, and this could explain the horseshoe-like symbol of the Bopfingen Arms (webpage above), since the Heiden Coat (black and white, Paphlagonian colors) also uses horseshoes. However, the Bopfingen Arms has the makings of a big-O, but shaped like a mustache. The Odrowaz surname is said to be after a mustache, and the Odrowaz Arms incorporates a mustache. Due to the peacock feathers on the Odrowaz Crest, I figure that the surname is a Traby fold and in fact the term smacks of "Trabzon." The Bopfingen symbol is on the black Hohen eagle.

Trabzon was depicted by Artemis, twin sister of the Apollo Paphlagonians. The Trebizond Arms were black and white (horizontal bars). The English Eger/Edgar Coat uses exactly the Treby-Coat lion (white on black), and since the Treby Coat also uses gold roundels, the a symbol of gold Byzantine coins (keep in mind the "Wexler" meaning of "money changer" discussed yesterday), it would seem that "Treby" was created in honor of the Trebizond empire founded by the Komnenos Byzantines. I now recall my trace of the Komnenos to the Leslies of Poland, especially the ones who used the horseshoe symbol out of Lesna Podkowa.

The German Eger Coat uses three blue stars on gold, the colors reversed from the Bauer Coat (Bavarian surname first found in Austria) and Beckler Coat. This could be important for finding the root of the Bauers. Recalling that the Hiedlers (Hitler variation) use the Bauer stars, and for other reasons appear as a Rothschild branch, perhaps the Heidlers and Bauers both were from the Heidenheim region (on the Bavarian border) and/or on the Eger river...which flows to Bohemia.

The similar Heidler surname was, like the Bauers, first found in Austria...where the Babenburgs originated. Compare Bop(fingen) -- but especially it's earlier version, "Pophin(gen)" -- to "Baben(berg)." If there's an historical connection, it amounts to the first solid evidence found for my theory that "Baben" was a corruption of "Paph," and that "Babel" was a variation of "Paphl."

I don't know whether I showed this before, but it's absolute proof that the Heidlers/Hiedlers were Bauers, for the Danish Bauer Coat (note blue roundel) uses the red and white diagonal bars seen in the Hiedler Coat and suggested in the Heidler Coat. The crown on the leopard indicates that Bauers (by another name, I'm assuming) were royals of Denmark.

The Wexlers (first found in Eger) use the Bauer blue and gold colors, and the Becklers (which I'm assuming tentatively to be a Wexler variation) use the Bauer stars in reverse colors. Coincidence? The Bechlers were first found in "southern Germany," and that's where we find the Eger river. As I mentioned yesterday, "The earliest individual to be mentioned in chronicles is one Cunrat Baecheler of Konstanz in the year 1259." That's roughly where the Obama Wolfin line ruled, as mayor of Orsingen.

There is another Eger river, in Bohemia, known there as the Ohre. It starts very near Bamberg and Bayreuth ("Bavaria itself is "Bayern" to the Germans) and flows through what was Egerland/Egrin on the Czech-German border. This was the Bohemian theater, the Boii peoples of which I trace to the Bajo/Baiocasses of Bayeux (Normandy). This "Eger was inherited by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa of Hohenstaufen."

This Eger river flows through the Karlovi region and then toward Lusatia before dumping into the Labe/Elbe at Litomerice. Both Karlovi and Litomerice use a white double-tailed lion, the symbol of the Wells surname (I think the latter is on a dark, pewter silver, and silver = white in heraldry) that descended from rulers in Bayeux.

Aside from consideration here on whether white-on-red LitoMERICE connects with Richard Amerike or (white on red) Morgannwg in Wales (the Wolfin/Wallins of Britain were first found in Pembrokeshire, Wales, beside Morgannwg), note that the location is "LeitMERITZ" to the Germans. I'm looking for Mures-river Khazars in/near Podebrady (Bohemia), and I trace the Mures/Maros to the Maritsa (= Hebros) river of Thrace...and then back to Garebites, which I have identified as the Hera-branch of Ares, and her daughter Hebe. The city of Eger is modern "Cheb."

Moreover, at the junction of the Eger with the Labe, we're in the face of Sorbian Lusatia. As I said that Sorbs and Croats (= Krvs) trace back to Garebites, so I now find that the Hungarian city of Eger, to the Serbs and Croatians, is the Jerap river. Coincidence? If that's not enough, Hebe is evoked: "Eger is a city in northern Hungary, the county seat of Heves..." On thismap of Jerusalem, see the hill of Acra, a term smacking of "Eger," especially its "Agria" variation in Latin.

The Khazars of the Mures claim to have been the ancestors of the first Hungarian rulers. Since "Eger" smacks of the On-Ogur term that is said to be the root of "Hungary," it would appear that the Hungarian rulers were from mount Gareb and/or Acra. I've been keeping an eye out for traces of the Acra inhabitants, but I think this is about all I've ever found.

Since another Eger variation is "Jager" (to the Slavs), I checked the Jagger Coat to find a single central bugle horn (Traby symbol) in both the German and Dutch surnames. I've never thought to do a Coat search of Acra-like surnames, and so look out! I've already found two interesting things.

The Egger Coat is blue and white, like both Jagger Coats, and instead of bugles we find roundels, a Treby symbol. In fact, we find blue roundels, the symbol of the Danish Bauer Coat! PLUS, in the Egger write-up we have"First found in Austria and southern Bavaria..." In the Bauer write up: First found in Austria and Bavaria..." A link to the English Eger/Edgar surname is implied where the Egger write up has: "The name Egger is derived from the Germanic given name Ogier or Edgar..." If this is not an erroneous simplification, or if it's true, then where does the Edgar name derive?

I think Egger and Jagger derive in the Acra hill, and one can now get the impression that Hera's daughter (Hebe) was associated with that hill. Look at the French Acre Coat; blue and white (!), but smacking of the Heidler Coat (surname first in Austria), which was earlier shown to be a Bauer branch. I have already traced Bauers/Rothschilds to Gareb in I-don't-know-how-many ways. My inclination is to suggest that the Acra-dwelling Hebes, along with the Gareb-dwelling Rus, ended up as the ruling Hebrews of the Khazar empire.

The Jagger, Acre and Eger surnames of Britain were all first found in Northumberland (Scot-English border), and the case is so also with the Acker surname; the Acker Coat and Crest uses the dove with olive branch in beak. We've seen this recently. Mount Olives is smack beside Acra hill. The Acker "surname was derived from the Saxon name 'Acca,' and this brings me to the city of Acre in Israel, the Biblical Akko...but "Akka" to the Amarna Letters and "Aak" to Thutmose III...whose wife was Nefertari and whose daughter was Nebtu.

That sounds like the Aex terms at the root of Hephaestus' Kabeiri cult. I had equated these terms with Ixion, who I identified as the Zion of Jerusalem's Amorites/Jebusites. It's interesting that the Amarna letters speak of Akka since Amarna was the kingdom of the Aten-worshiping pharaoh (AkenATEN) to which I trace the Hyksos stock. In fact, I trace Akenaten's wife, Nefertiti, to the proto-Nibelungs that I see in Ixion's wife, Nephele. I trace the Nibelungs to Nivelles not far west of Aachen, the latter term smacking of "AKENaten.

I think I'm ready to form another theory: the Amorites/Jebusites of mount Acra trace to one or both of the Eger rivers, but especially to the Eger location in Hungary. I'm even willing to entertain, therefore, the Ugors at large -- proto-Turks in general -- as from mount Acra. It makes sense because I trace the Zeus Taurus to the Turruku peoples of the Zagros mountains, who are suspect as proto-Turks. But I trace "Zeus," also "Dion," to the Zion Amorites.

Since the Rothschild Arms use five arrows bunched together at the center so as to have ten ends -- to depict his five sons and five daughters -- and because this smacks of "ten arrows," the definition given by some to "On-Ogur," I'd say I was wrong in tracing Bauers to Gareb. It looks instead as though they trace to mount Acra, just a giant's piddle away. That explains why the Eger terms and geography seem to weld so well to the Bauers.

Look at the giant white on blue (same colors as Jagger, Acre, Egger) Zionist star of the Scottish Hagger Coat!! CC might be delighted to see this because she wants me to find the modern Ishmaelites. Ishmael's mother was Hagar. The possibility is that Acra was a hill named by the Ishmaelite tribe of Hebrews (Ishmael was Abraham's son, revered by modern Arabs). Comments by CC welcome.

I'm going to end it here for the day, but I'll be wondering why the Acker dove is the same as in the Colom/Columbia Coat, and whether Acra's inhabitants trace to the District of Colombia.


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