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The Da Vinci Bloodline, Perhaps

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September 5

While reading the article below, it mentioned two names inside Syria that the Iraqi government thinks to be responsible for the brutal bombing of Baghdad. The names are mentioned just after this: "Iraq has blamed an alliance between Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia and the outlawed Baath Party." That, along with what is shaking up to be a world-scope controversy, made me realize that one or both of the names might be involved with Gog, and I was thinking that Wikipedia might provide a clue to link one or both names to Gog, thus revealing Gog's identity.

Wikipedia does have an article on the first name:

"Mohammed Younis al-Ahmed al-Muwali aka 'Khadr al-Sabahi' is a former senior member of the Baath Party in Iraq with a Million Dollar Bounty on his head as one of Iraq's most wanted men accused of funding and leading terrorist operations.'

A former aide to former President of Iraq and leader Saddam Hussein and a regional Baath Party organiser who it appears was trained in Moscow, following the 2003 War in Iraq he has emerged as one of the leading figures among the Iraqi Insurgency and a major rival to Izzat Ibrahim ad-Douri [= another leading anti-American Baathist].

Largely based in Syria since the war he is believed to have access to substantial funds and that he has been disbursing funds and directing fighting of Sunni Insurgents inside Iraq."

Trained in MOSCOW??? I've not heard of a Baathist trained in Moscow before. Trained for what? "The Arab Socialist Ba'th Party...was founded in Damascus in the 1940s as the original secular Arab nationalist movement, to combat Western colonial rule." I think Russia wants to combat Western globetrotters too.

It makes much sense to suspect Gog's having been in contact with Baath-party leaders from the time that Saddam went down, and by the sounds of Wikipedia's mention of Moscow, al-Ahmed might just be Gog's ticket into Mosul.

The other name is Sattam Farhan, but Wikipedia has no article on him, nor can I find details anywhere. I therefore tried to find more information on al-Ahmed, finding this statement: "...Mohammed Younis al-Ahmed, a former leader in Saddam Hussein's Baath Socialist Party from Mosul..." He's from Mosul??? That is Gog's possible ticket into Mosul.

Al-Ahmed was in my files, (6th update of January):

"...Now because "Syria became a haven for a number of high-ranking Baathists from Mr. Hussein's government,' it could be possible for Gog to be on speaking terms with Baathist leaders inside Syria. Certainly it would be safer for Gog to contact those in Syria rather than those in Iraq, and who knows but that [Syrian president] Assad is opening his arms wide to Gog's visits.

The article reveals a leading Iraqi-Baathist inside Syria: [In January, Muhammad] Younis al-Ahmed...held a conference in the northern Syrian city of Homs to try to revive the Iraqi Baath Party...His rival, [Izzat Ibrahim al-] Douri, who is suspected of having stronger ties with insurgent groups, rejected the conference. 'Douri deeply distrusts working with the Syrians because he distrusts the Iranians...'" Al-Douri has a friend in Syria by the name of Abu Muhammad.

These names are mentioned here because my focus is about to turn to Baathists of northern Iraq. Al-Douri is in charge of anti-Iraqi Baathists, and the most likely candidate to join Gog. However, it could be that al-Douri's rival in Syria is slated to join Gog too, and thus be a prime cause of Syria's fall to Gog..."

At that time I was expecting these forces to attack Iraq, and that, apparently, happened just days ago. But even if the Baghdad government buildings were not hit by Baathists, it appears that the Maliki government has large reasons to suspect their plotting the over-throw of his country. He has consistently targeted them most of all by his accusations. IT IS COMING, in other words. Hang in there and be patient, John, I tell myself.

I could find no details on al-Ahmed's ties to Moscow, or whether those ties exist at all.

Iraq is taking the issue to the UN, placing Obama in a crush. Will he take sides with Iraq and threaten his newest attempts to befriend Syria? Or will he remain aloof from the controversy for the sake of Syria and so make Iraq feel cold? Maliki expects the U.S. military in his country to support his bid to punish/expose Syria. Anything short of vocal support could be regarded as complicity. The UN response to Maliki's official request to investigate Syria could be interesting. Will the UN refuse? Or will it be delighted to investigate?

How long has it been since Obama and Mitchell announced "making progress" with Netanyahu on the settlement freeze? It was never true, and so Obama is now scolding Netanyahu for breaking a promise he probably never made. The situation seems critical at a time when Obama is deeply frustrated in multiple matters. Frustration can lead to over-reaction, curses, and a job badly done. I'm sure that the O-Team already has Plan B readied in case Netanyahu fails to do its will. We should see that Plan B soon:

"...EU foreign ministers [yesterday] condemned the announcement by Israel that it will construct new housing units in West Bank settlements.

Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said the new construction has been criticized by all 27 EU ministers.

The foreign ministers are holding two-day talks in Stockholm that started [yesterday].

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband reiterated...

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said...

Meanwhile, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas earlier [yesterday] said..."

It's the world-vs-Israel, a betrayal, and Israel is meanwhile parading down Red Square like a fool courting an enemy for some desperate relief. Why did Netanyahu meet with Madonna? Why didn't he just say, for the whole nation to hear, "I don't meet with human refuse who corrupt the world with their 'show business'."

There is more proof that a significant percentage of heraldry mottos are codes of family links. But first note the minor differences in the Welsh Davis Coat versus the Welsh David Coat (I've not noticed this before). The Davis motto is too small for me to read, but the David motto is, "pax et copia," while the English Paget/Packet surname uses the same-style black-on-white lions. Both Crests use a black lion. The Pagets use a Sinclair cross in colors reversed.

The Paget motto uses, "contrario." The Counter Coat turns out to be black and white too, using three antlers evoking the three antlers of Zahringers and Veringens of Baden-Wurttemberg...who I do trace to the Sinclairs. BUT the Paget motto, "Per il suo contrario," must also be code for the Perrel/Perault surname using a white eagle on black...almost identical to the eagle of the same colors in the Paget Coat.

The Perault surname was "First found in Brittany where they were anciently seated in the seigneurie of Launay and Vieux Launay." LAUNY??? "DELaune" is a DeLaine variation. The previous update showed that Irish Delaney Coat uses a central red lion on white. The alternative-Irish Delaney Coat uses white fish on blue, thus connecting with certainty to the Scottish Laun surname and Irish Keon surname; both of the latter two are said to derive from "Ian/John," and meanwhile the Kane variation of "(Mac)Ian" not only uses fish but roughly the same arm and sword as in the Keon Crest. If that's not enough, the red-on-white eight-pointed stars in the Irish Delaney/Delaune Coat are also in the Keon Coat.

There is a feast to be had here for tracing Stewarts of the Magdalene cult to Ireland. For the first time we have the clue that Peraults of Brittany (and Pagets) were linked to proto-Stewarts of Dol. Perault variations include Perot/Perrot, Perrau, Perraut, Perroud/Peroud, Perroux, and many more. There is an English Parrot/Perrot surname, first found in Pembroke...where the Davis/Davids were also first found!! The Perrots use a black lion on white in the identical position as the Paget-Crest black lion. Remember, I arrived to the Paget surname only due to "pax et copia" motto in the Welsh David Coat..using a Paget black lion exactly. Therefore, if Obama's father was Frank Davis, his bloodline leads back to the Perrots and/or Pagets and therefore possibly to the Payens (of Roslin-Sinclair associations.)

There is a French Paget/Page Coat, a white lion...on blue and gold Shield, the two colors of the Zionist-star-studded Payen/Pagan Coat, this being pointed out because both the Payons and the Pagets were first found in Dauphine. Thus, the Paget line to the Davids/Davis looks as though derived from Hugh de Payen, the grand master of the original nine-member Templars.

The Perrot surname is said to derive from "Peter," and this is amazing for yesterday afternoon, before I got to this topic at all, the idea struck me from out of the blue, while building my roof, that a childhood friend had a father named Peterson, and he was a Polish Jew. It was for that reason only that, after looking at the Peter Coats and finding no Perrot links necessarily, I entered "Peterson," finding Scottish Peterson Coat to be quite-apparently a variation of the English Paget Coat!!! The Peterson Crest is the same lion of the Davis Crest...and seen also in the Bratt Coat et al.

Thundering Lightning Cloud! The Peterson motto is nearly identical to the Davis motto. Although I can't read the Davis motto above the Crest, the write-up has the English translation: "Without God without anything, God is enough." The Peterson motto, "Nihil sine Deo," has the translation of, "Nothing without God."

I cannot recall why Mr. Peterson came into my head yesterday; I don't recall being on a Peter-like surname recently, but do recall that he was Polish-Hebrew, wherefore note that the Peterson Crest is a pelican proper (= symbol of "Polock," in my tentative opinion). The Peterson motto-term, "Nihil" is what I've linked to the Cree tribe of Nehilaw; see last two updates for some details. In fact, I traced the native "Indians" to Polish families, as odd as that may have seemed.

In the last update it was shown that the Vinch/Vince motto is "Nil conscir sibi," what I thought linked the Nihil code to the Sobbe/Sobieski royal Poles. The point now is that the Vinch/Vince Coat -- I'm hoping to trace this to the Da Vinci-Code scam wherein Mary Magdalene had sex with Jesus to produce a bloodline in Europe -- uses black griffins on white, not only the same colors of the lions under discussion, but a griffin is a lion body with eagle head, the two animals in both the Peterson and Paget Coats! If more evidence linking the Vinces/Vinches to these clans can be found, it should clinch kinship.

The question is, where does the Peterson surname derive? Not necessarily from "Peter," as one may assume. The parrots (said to be from "Peter" but I dunno) use pears for symbols, and the Coat uses the red and gold of the Pear Coat using "Perl," i.e. like the Perault variation of "Perrot." The Pearce/Pierce surname has a Pear variation, and I would suggest a link to the Semper surname that has a Peere and Pierre (= French Peter) variation. I entered the Semper surname in the last update of August, where it was found as per the "Semper paratus" motto of the Dulles clan. That discussion led to the Algonquin "Indians" as well as the black and white Patrick Coat...suggesting the possibility that Peter and Peter-like surnames could be PATRick/Pater variations.

I met my child-hood Peterson friend at age six. At age seven, as I was running to the house across the front lawn, a Voice came from out of the blue, with no human in sight, and asked, "Will you live for me." I heard it plain as day. I said "No, I want to have fun instead." He finally got me at age 21.

I think he set me up from near-birth to write on what you are now reading. In fact, CC wrote to me some months ago what I did not believe, that peoples of the Nephilim bloodline are born blue (I think she was implying "blue blood" and/or porphyry). I did not ever tell her that I was born blue. Not because I an am member of the Nephilim (God forbid, please), but because I almost died. I took CC's message as hint that God arranged for me to be born blue for the purpose of revealing to me, later in life (i.e. now), that my mother's Masci surname was from mythical Nephele, symbol of the Nephilim cult in Greece. Note the similarity of those terms with "nihil" and "Nehilaw." By the way, I have no hair on my chest, which is a peculiarity of native Indians that I have in the past recognized.

There is a Swedish Peterson Coat, gold Zionist stars on blue (the Payen symbol), proving that it's a Hebrew surname.

September 6

There's been a developing story for about a month on a suspicious Russian-ship "hijacking" looking more like a Russian plot to make it appear like hijacking. Russia seemed especially guilty when rejecting outside help, saying that it single-handedly had the situation under control, and finally that it had neatly caught and arrested the eight hijackers, saving the ship's small crew. Wikipedia tells that all pirates were of Russian ethnicity.

Now one explanation seeking the truth is apparently unfolding: the ship was carrying Russian-made S-300 missile-defence system to Iran, what Russia promised Israel and the West not to do. But this explanation could merely be a political hammer on Russia rather than the truth.

The one thing that I would add is that shortly before the incident, Medvedev, in announcing future Russian measures for military re-action to various situations, mentioned piracy on Russian ships(= odd and unexpected) as one cause for action. I've been prone to expecting Russia to create it's own troublesome event as an excuse to move in and control a situation, for which reason I was thinking all along the developing piracy story that Russia had created its own piracy event to gain control of a certain situation, or at least take a step or two toward an overall secret strategy that it is constantly working on, namely Soviet-style EXPANSIONISM.

This could be a plot to begin measures against a government that Russia planned to accuse of sponsoring the pirates, who allegedly boarded the ship as Swedish police officers (= very strange and unexpected act of piracy). Sweden is now in charge of the EU presidency, but in any case, any original plot could be abandoned due to what might now be a botched operation.

The ITAR-TASS article above tells that "The Arctic Sea [ship] flying the Maltese flag, was to have arrived in Bedjaya, Algeria, with a load of sawn timber from Finland on August 4. The contact with the vessel was lost on July 28." This picture, with Algeria beside Libya, squares nicely with Russian interests in the Arab-Mediterranean world, but then again the official destination may have been wholly oblivious to the ship's true intent. We do note that Algeria is not near Iran.

There's not news today to speak of.

In continuing with yesterday's topic, which included my claim that God has placed me, throughout my life, in contact with certain people, places and things ultimately having the purpose of revealing globalist bloodlines linked to the Magdalene cult (= Jesus and Magdalene had children that became world rulers), I now want to mention J. Littleford. She was my first high-school love, and she came to mind yesterday as I mentioned my hairless chest reminding me of that peculiarity among American natives, for she was half native. But why did she come to mind???

I was at the end of the Peterson topic at that time, where it had led to the Semper surname said to be from "Pierre." The Semper Coat uses two red lions on gold, what could certainly be from the Arms of Ranulph de Meschin of England, using one red lion on gold.

Keep in mind that the Sempers, with Peere variation, should link to the same-colored Perrots who are in turn linked to Obama's Davis bloodline (see yesterday). Both the Davis' and the Perrots were first found in Pembrokeshire, and that makes connection to the DeLions quite easy, for "Delion is one of the Anglo-Norman names that arrived in Ireland in the wake of the 12th century invasion by Richard 'Strongbow' de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke."

I checked for a Littleford surname but found none. The Scottish Little Coat uses a red crescent, the symbol of the Irish DeLion Coat. I found that interesting (even though I'm not convinced that the Little surname is related to "Littleford") because there was some other material ready for inclusion yesterday that I didn't have time to edit/include. That material just happened to involve the derivation of the red DeLion crescent in what may be Obama's Dunham stock:

The Irish Dunn Coat is in Dunham colors (note: the dancette is a native-like design). It uses A gold lizard in front of a holly bush proper (Maxwells use the holly symbol too). The Dunn motto, "Mullach a-bu," caused a search of the Mullen surname; the Irish one uses the Irish Delion Shield i.e. three red crescents on white identically located and positioned. In fact, the Mullens use a red crescent in Crest, suggesting that the crescent is more important to the Mullens than to the DeLions. In other words, the significance of the DeLion crescents is apparently in Mullen stock.

The "Mullach" in the Irish Dunn motto doesn't in itself prove that Dunns were related to either the Mullens or DeLions, but as further evidence, Dunns were first found in Meath while DeLions were first if WestMeath. PLUS, the Dunns were first found in Angus while the Angus Arms uses a RED LION ON WHITE (the central Delion symbol!) in its first quarter. Below the Angus red lion is a Stewart blue-and-white checkered band...not surprising since the Delions/Dalens trace to the proto-Stewart Allens/Alans, but also not surprising due to the red lion on white of the English Stewart Coat. The Angus motto, "Lippin on Angus," evokes king Alpin.

To then find that the Little surname uses a central red crescent after J. Littleford popped into my mind seemed conspicuous, especially as the Irish Ford Shield uses the peculiar Shield design of the Wolfley and Nobel Coats. Below we'll see how the Ford surname comes round to the Nobels once again.

We are lately dealing with four possible Obama lines in the Davis, Wolfley, Dunn, and Ranulf de Meschin entities, but now the Ford surname seems to apply as well (is this why Obama gave GMC the gears? That's not a bad question at all). Late yesterday, I ended by showing the similarity between the Davis motto, "Without God without anything, God is enough," and the Peterson motto, "Nihil sine Deo" = "Nothing without God." I now find that the Ford motto is, "Without Christ, there is no light."

The Ford write-up tells that "One large [Ford] family came to County Meath from Devonshire in the 14th century where they became large land-holders." Meath is the location of the Dunns and DeLions. Obama's White House communications director is Anita Dunn.

The English Fords were first found in Devon, and they use the shield-on-shield type seen in Roxburghshire's Scott surname, not likely by coincidence since the Ford bird is the footless sparrow, used by the shield-on-shield RutherFORDS of Roxburghshire.

The Ford motto is used also by the Irish Foran/Foreham surname because it's a Ford variation. On the Foran surname we read: "First found in Connacht, where they were firstly known as Macgiollarnath or Mac Gilla na Naomh, meaning 'son of the devotee of the saints', which, through mistranslation and time emerged as an off-shoot of the main clan through a chieftain O'Fuarthain or O'Fuarain, which, in English, became Foran." It sounds as though "Ford" had that Irish derivation in "Fuarthain," a term like "Fort" but also "Perot."

In any case, the first surname coming to mind when reading the Ford motto, "Lacrum Christi mihi," was Legro. It was surprising to find that by entering "Legro," though bringing up the Gros/Grot surname, a greyhound appeared, a symbol also on the English Ford Coat. More intriguing yet is that the topic directly under the Ford topic, written yesterday and waiting to be edited/included, was on "Legget."

The Perthshire Arms uses a scimitar in hand of a red lion on gold (= symbol of Peeres/Pierres/Sempers), wherefore it appears that "Perrot" is related to PERTHshire. Going to the Perthshire article, it's motto was found: "Pro-leg et Libertate." It caused me to search for a Legget surname. Finding one, I noticed that it uses the very same male blonde in the Tack Chief and Crest. (This time I noted that the white Tack arrow on green shield should trace to the same in the Scottish Adams Coat and therefore to the Scottish Bowers.)

The Legget-Tack link can now serve to prove that there is a Legro-Tack link, meaning that Legros and Leggets were the same stock. For, when I discussed the Tack Coat in July, I linked it to "Takala," and then saw the "kala" portion as relating to such surnames as Cully and Kellog. The Cully Coat uses a half-blue Lab (under an oak with a lilly in its mouth), but the Kellog Coat uses blue greyhounds, the color of the Legro greyhound!

Takala is one of LG's direct bloodlines, and so it's a curiosity that her grandmother (= the sister of the Dahlen, I think) was a Falin, a surname using a white/silver greyhound, the color of the Ford greyhound. I had traced the Falin surname to the Valais greyhound and meanwhile the Tankerville branch of Tacks/Thackerys, from "TanCarville" and "TanerDevilla," was traced to the Tanner of Falaise, the family into which William the Conqueror married. I now find that the Swedish Lagar Coat (no variations shown) uses a white crescent on blue, the Valais symbol, thus supporting the Legro-blonde link to the Tack blonde.

Whew! I was starting to wonder whether all that was going to be a dead rabbit trail, but it paid off enormously, for the Swedish Lagars appear by their colors and crescent symbol to be related to the French Lagars/Legers. Then, as the Legro-Coat page shows only Gros/Grot/Graut/etc variations, one might want to view the surname as being linked neither to "Legget" nor "Leger." But the Leger-Coat page shows a Legarat variation, reflecting the Legro versus its Gros/Grot variation. Indeed, both the Legers and the Grots/Grauts/Legros were first found in Burgundy.

See also the Legros Coat with LeGros and Grosville variations. It uses the very same as the Rangabe Cross (see Jan 26 for significance). It turns out that the surname was from the village of Gros in Eure, Normandy.

Since Nibelungs were from Burgundians, note that the Nobel Coat uses the same blue and gold colors as the Legers/Legros, as well as a blue lion, the color of the Legro lion. The Legro lion and greyhound together hold a laurel branch; the Laurel Coat is a gold lion on blue...probably the gold lion in the Ford and Forhan Crests.

To further support a Legro link to the Swedish Tacks, the blue Legro lion is identical in design to the blue lion in the Swedish Peterson Coat.

This all started as per the Irish Ford motto: Lacrum Christi mihi. The Irish Fords also use blue and gold? Coincidence?

Actually it all started as per my native-Indian girlfriend with LittleFORD surname. Note that "Cree" is said to be short for "Cristeneaux," wherefore the Ford motto term, Christie, may NOT speak of Christ Jesus but rather of the Craith/Cree and/or Crichton surnames to which I've linked the Cree natives.

This brings up the surname that I believe God thundered at as I was discovering it: the CrawFORDS. It happened when I was loading the Crawford Coat that uses a red lion on gold, though at the time the emphasis was on the ostrich in the Crest. It may NOT be a coincidence that Crawfords were first found in Lanarkshire, where the Little surname was also first found. In other words, LittleFords may have developed from Crawfords, wherefore let me repeat that the Craith/Cree surname uses a Craw variation.

I've just noticed, since I link the red lion of the Irish Craith surname to the DeLion red lion, that the Craith Shield includes a red horizontal band, as does the Allen Shield. For new readers, I've recently linked DeLions and DeLanes/Delaunes to the Allens of Dol (Brittany) and the Launay location of Brittany.

It was the Perot/Perrot surname that was first seated in Launay of Brittany, and the Perrots were just linked to the St. Pierres/Sempars of England, using red lions on gold (the Crawford symbol). As a Perrot variation is "Perrett," it can't be a coincidence that the Brett Coat and Crest uses a red lion on gold. In the write-up it says: "The surname Brett is based upon the Old French word Bret, the nominative case of the word Breton which meant a Breton."

Excellent! Perfect!! The Perrot surname is hereby discovered, not from Pierre=Peter, but as the basis for "Brit(on)," which must then trace to the Pretani peoples (i.e. proto-Brits), which term was the P-Celt version of "Cruithen," which was in turn honored by the Craith/Craw/Cree surname!!!

Entering "Pierre" gets a French Coat with gold lion on blue...that likely links to the gold Ford lion, for "Ford" looks as though linked to "Perot."

Launay is in Finistere department of Brittany, where the city of Brest is located. Keeping in mind that I've traced "Bruce/Brusi" from "Aprutium" to "Brit," note that Brittany to the locals is "Breizh," and that the French Brest surname has Brison, Bres, Bris, Brix, Brice, Brisse, etc. variations. It therefore appears that the Perrot surname and its stock traces back to Aphrodite of Abruzzo.

The Brest Coat's white diamonds on blue explain the Launy/Launay gold diamonds on blue, thus assuring that the Launy surname, and therefore the DeLaneys, traces to Launay of Brittany.

Armed with this new information, I would now trace the Dulles branch of the (Mag)Dalene cult to, the Sempers/Pierres as before, but now also to the Perrot>Brit clan, for the Dulles motto is "Semper paratus." Two updates ago, I traced "paratus" to the Brits by another method, by first going through the Pratts and their Penrith relations. At the time, I had linked the Penriths to the Penders (both of the Pendragon cult), but only now do I find that the department of Finistere is "Penn-ar-Bed" to the locals. Hmmm.

There is a Launay-Bellefille to the immediate east of Dol on the Dol-region map, and as these two terms together should be suspected at the root of the Magdalene cult, the region should have been important at some time in the past. You see the region of Morvan to the south of Dol. I had traced the Nibelung branch of Merovingians in a Morvan location near Nevers and Autun to "Morbihan" (Brittany), but at the time I don't recall knowing of a Morvan location to the north of Morbihan. These terms look Merovee-important.

Vannes, the capital of Brittany at times, is in Morbihan, and I traced it (also "Gwenea") to king Arthur's wife-code, "Guinevere," suggesting a Dol-region alliance with Vannes in forming the heart of the Arthurian cult. Brest/Penn-ar-Bed is to the west of Morbihan, and that may have been the origin of king Arthur as per his father being tagged with a Pen term.

September 7

There is no news today unless you want to hear of more Iraq bombings.

A couple of things were added to yesterday's update:

"See also the Legros Coat with LeGros and Grosville variations. It uses the very same as the Rangabe Cross (see Jan 26 for significance). It turns out that the Legros surname was from the village of Gros in Eure, Normandy, even though the Legro/Gros surname was first found in Burgundy.

...To further support a Legro link to the Swedish Tacks, the blue Legro lion is identical in design to the blue lion in the Swedish Peterson Coat.

The Gross surname should apply, and indeed the English clan uses a three-fingered cross as do the LeGros'. The Gross' use a "talbot" (= Lab dog) in Crest, and checking the English Talbot Coat again I found a red lion on white, very likely the English Stewart symbol. Since the red lion of the Stewarts links to the red DeLion/Dalen lion, the Talbots need to be included in the Magdalene cult, for the DeLion/Dalen term must come round-about from the Allens of Dol who settled Shropshire, the place where the Talbots were first found. Moreover, the Irish DeLion surname is from a Logan de Lion while the Logan surname was in Westmeath where the DeLion surname was first found. It could therefore be that Logans were from Legros, keeping in mind that DeLions were also Lyons/Ligons.

Look at how nicely the following works to include the Dale surname into the DeLion fold. The Irish Logans use "Hoc" in their motto, wherefore I checked the Hock surname to find it to be a variation of the Yoke surname, using a swan (symbol of LIGURia) that I recall is the very same design as the Dale Coat!

The Logan motto also includes "majorum," wherefore I checked for connection with the Major Coat. As I pondered the red greyhound in the Major Crest, it occurred to me that this species of dog might represent the Grey family, and as the symbols of the Scottish Grey Coat were loading, I thought that the surname might be a variation of the French Gros', one being "Grau." When the symbols loaded, there was an anchor in the Crest, the symbol of the Major Coat! The Greys use a white lion on red, the reverse of the DeLions et al, but because it's a shield-on-shield, it especially reflects the Talbot Coat.

If only I had known years ago how motto terms link to relatives. Consider the Welsh David Coat, using "Pax et copia," which should be code for the Packett/Beckett surname as it uses the David-style lion head. It's also the Peterson lion.

I mentioned yesterday that 1) the [Welsh] Davis motto is, "Without God without anything, God is enough," 2) the Peterson motto, "Nihil sine Deo" = "Nothing without God," and, 3) the Ford motto is, "Without Christ, there is no light." I have since found that the Welsh Jones motto is "Heb dduw, heb dimm" = "Without God, without anything." Yep, the Jones' use a lion, and it's related to the black Sam/Sammes lion...identical to the French Grese/Gras lion.

The black lion is important because it belongs to the Da Vinci code (Jesus and Magdalene had children...that came to rule the world via Merovingians and others). The Vince/Vinch griffin is black, for starters, but the French Vincent Coat uses a black lion on gold...exactly like the Sam and Gras/Grese lions! AND, the Vincent surname was first found in Languedoc, exactly where the Magdalene cult was huddled when touching Merovingians. The Gros'/Legros and related Legers were not far away in Burgundy, and if you don't know, as I don't, whether "Gros" or "Legros" came first, the answer may be below.

The Grese/Gras surname (there's an alternative French Gras/Grese Coat) was first found in Provence, to the east of Languedoc, which makes it's lion on gold very likely linked to the same of Languedoc's Vincents. The Wikipedia article on Provence says: "The Ligures, a Celtic people probably coming from Asia Minor, began to enter Provence in about the 4th Century B.C." The Leger surname. Ligures. It fits, suggesting that the surname was first Legro(s), and later shortened to Gros. It therefore appears that the Legros link to Ligurians, in which case they should be related to the Leye term of Leicester.

Aside from blue and white horizontal bars reflecting the Arms of Lusignan and Luxembourg, Legers of Burgundy use a white crescent on white, as do the French Vincents, which is not a coincidence, apparently, because the English Leger Crest is the Vince/Vinch griffin design exactly (but different color). The English Vincents also use white on blue, and were first found in Leicester! Therefore, in the Vincent-branch Legers should be the namers of the Leye/Lygon river in Leicester!!

BUT, Legers should also be the stock that provided the Lygon/Liyon surname that formed the which case we now have an inconsistency: a trace of Delions to Ligurians on one hand, and to Huns on the other. A merger of the two would be the solution. Or, I could be wrong in the MagDalene trace to the Allens and Huns, where it should instead go to the Ligurians.

The English Vincent Crest is a harnessed bear, used also by the Scottish Forbes Coat. The latter uses "Grace" in it's motto (!) i.e. a variation of the Gras surname is "Grace." I would therefore suggest that the Forbes surname is from the FOURViere hill that became Lugdunum and then Lyon...en route to forming the DeLions and Lygons of Westmeath. The only other surname that I've found to use a harnessed bear, in the colors of Forbes, is the MacKay/MacCoy surname.

I should also mention the German Leyer surname using a gold cup in Crest. It is important that the gold cup traces to Helios of Rhodes (= Arpad-based Rus et al), and indeed peoples of Rhodes must have named the Rhodanus river...where Ligurians formed their Lacydon settlement. But the grail cult of Helios is not necessarily the same as the Magdalene cult if the latter traces to the House of Dulo and other Huns/Bulgarians. However, the two entities could have merged in France, for that is where Atilla ended up.

Still, one needs to discover where the Dalen and Dallen terms originate, whether in Lyon or the Alans, or both. If "Lyon" is from "Lyg/Lug," it doesn't appear to be from "Alan/Allen/D'Allen." The curiosity is that the English Stewarts, from the Alans of Dol, used a red lion on white, the DeLion symbol, and meanwhile DeLions/Dalens are said to derive from Logan de Lion and from Lyon/Lugdunum. How can this picture be explained?

I previously traced the Hocks to Occitania i.e. Joktanites. LangueD'OC also connects with Occitania/Hocks, but then Hocks were merged with Dales, for both use the swan. Having the choice, I would say that Hocks were the Ligurians, from their swan cult of Cygnus. The Dales could then be representatives for the House of Dulo so that "Delion" out of Lugdunum was play on words for both the Lug-worshiping Ligurians and the Dulo/Dol Alans.

We also saw that the Ogden Coat (i.e. like "Joktan") uses a red lion and the Alan/Allen oak leaves, yet another example of a merger between the two entities in southern France.

The Marsi came from Abruzzo to found Marseilles (southern Rhodanus). I'm sure it's not all so simple, but this is the gist I see: Mars peoples mingling with the D'Allens and/or DeLyons/Lygons to form "Mary Magdalene."

The Vince/Vinch surname uses "sibi" as a motto term, while the English Vincents use, "Vincenti dabitur." The French Vincents use, "Vincenti dabo." This recalls my equating the Sobe surname with the Dobe surname, but as the Vincent lion is black, I would suggest that the "dab" terms, especially "dabitur," are code for the David/Davis surname. There is even the possibility that "Davin" (a David variation) developed from "Davinci."

The English Laird Coat should apply to the DeLion red crescent if "Laird" is a Lager variation. In any case, it's obvious that the Lairds were merged with Scottish Speers, for both surnames use red crescents and gold boars while the Laird motto is, "Spero meliora." This tends to prove that spero terms in mottos trace to the Speers/Sprees.

Perhaps you recall that I linked the Sparres of Sweden (no Coat available) to the Scottish Speers. At the time, I had found online that the Sparres brought a red chevron on white to Sweden, and while Speers not Spars/Sparres show such a chevron, the Lairds do! The English Sparr Crest is a swan, and the term is said to derive from "sparrowhawk," but I have my doubts on that definition (I'd rather think that the sparrow became the family symbol at one point due to similarity of terms). The "meliora term in the Laird motto could possibly connect to Melusine because I traced Speers to the Spree river in Lusatia (Melusine depicted Lusignans and Lusatians).

By the way, there is evidence that what I've been claiming to be the Melusine fish-woman in heradlry is instead, or also, the hag goddess, Holla. Usually, the fishwoman that I've shown is in green, but about half-way down the webpage below, she's red. Before seeing her in red, I had traced Holla to the Ellis clan, and so see that the red fishwoman is an Ellis Coat! She's blonde and holds a mirror like the green fishwoman. The red one's write up says that she's "a woman (with disheveled hair)," the very phrase used by another website to describe Holla. You can see her, without tail, in this Ellis Crest, and read that she has "hair disheveled".

The Ellis' were first found in Yorkshire, before the Conqueror arrived, and that north-England location could trace them to the Bebbanburg Bernicians. I had traced the Melusine fishwoman of the Babel/Bebel surname to queen Bebbe of the Bebbanburgs. The English Babels use what could be a vertical variation of the horizontal blue and white Lusignan bars. The Lusignan link above shows the Lusignan symbol for Cyprus, a red lion on white.

Since Lusignans were of the Melusine cult, it tends to equate it with the Holla cult. Since the important Lusignans (i.e. kings) of Cyprus were named Hugh, there's a good chance that the green fishwoman with mirror in the Huggo Coat is a symbol of descendants from the Cyprus kings.

I just checked the Alice surname to seek Ellis links, and wow, not only were they too from northern England, but they use a harnessed the colors of Forbes' and MacKays. PLUS, the bear symbol should be that of the Bernicians! Therefore, Holla and Melusine do trace to Bernicians. The MacKay write-up tells that they were first in Sutherland, but checking the Surtherland article, this:

"Sutherland, especially the great North-West corner of the County, traditionally known as Strathnaver, was the home of the powerful and warlike Clan Mackay, and as such was named in Gaelic, Duthaich 'Ic Aoidh, the Homeland of Mackay."

There's a link to a Wikipedia article on the MacKays, which first of all traces them back to Moray. In the link to earls of Sutherland, we read: "The original line were known by the surname 'de Moravia', who were also considered the senior line of the Clan Murray." The Murrays use the Moray stars that I trace to the Polish royals from Piast Kolodziej, suggesting that "MacKay" with Macey variation may have derived from the Meschin/Masci root in king Mieszko.

There is also a link to the Reay surname of Reay County (using the harnessed bears for Arms) of MacKay importance. Possibly, this term was a variation of Craith/Craw/Cree/Rae. As the latter is said to derive possibly from "grace," and as a variation includes McCrath, the Gras/Grace surname of France may apply, since it too was linked (above) to the harnessed bear...of the French Vincents.

Since I link the Crichtons and/or Craiths to the Christie surname as per the Christen/Cree "Indians," is it a coincidence that the Scottish Cristie Crest is "a holly branch"? I mean, the fishwoman was just traced to the Bebbanburgh Bernicians=bears.

The Christen surname has just been found; all three Coats use a large red crescent, while the Danish and Norwegian clans use double-axes as Crests. The axes are not only "Indian" symbols, but the double axe was that BritoMartis of Crete!! It would therefore appear that the Christens were not named after Christ, as claimed, but after the Curetes of Crete who formed the Cruithen of Ireland and then the Craith/Cree and Crichton (from Cristen?) surname.

There's a Crest surname with Crete and Crey variations! First found in Burgundy. As I traced the Nibelungs to Nevers of the Burgundy theater, is it a coincidence that the Reay County of the MacKays is now , named after the Naver (anciently "Nabaros") river??? Is it another coincidence that I traced the ostrich (= "struthios" in Greek) of Poland's Traby fold to Crete's Asterion cult?

The Cree natives may have been a sailing peoples from Crete that arrived so long ago that they didn't have writing skills. So isolated were they that they may have maintained certain Cretan doctrines/lifestyles of Satanic stripes unchanged to the time that Europeans arrived to find them.

There was human sacrifice in Zeus cult of Crete, and in the Aztec empire. An early discoverer of America by the surname of Cortes conquered the Aztecs. Consider the Cortes/Curtis surname as a Crete variation and then see the Indian-like design (dancette-like) in the English Cortes Coat.

When you think that civilized Europe was founded by the same Zeus-cult Cretans, and that Cretan Satanism was given a shellac coat of pago-Catholic Christianity, you have one powerful trap that is nothing other than the jaws of the Dragon leading into its throat of no return...if not for the forgiving and redeeming powers of the True Christ.

September 8

Got an email from Santiago:

"...I have another question for you. If... October 11th [2009] is not the beginning of the Week, when could it be then? because you wrote:
'If, in any given year, there are less than 1260 days between it's Feast-of-Trumpets date and Passover 3 years earlier, that year is not deemed by me as a candidate for the Lord's return. For, if it's correct that the Armageddon trumpet sounds at a Feast of Trumpets, the 1260-day period must end before the Feast of Trumpets (because it is known Biblically that Armageddon takes place after the 1260 days)...Having deduced that key, it was great news to find that, in the next several years (I checked to about 2022), the end of a 1260-day period can fall before the Feast of Trumpets only in 2005 and 2016!!! Upon finding that, I felt confident in publishing this [2016] chapter."

I wrote back this morning:

Hi Santiago:

The piece that you quote from me below would be a good starting point for predicting the possible year of the Return. I have not done the math past about 2022, so I don't know what's there. If 2009 proves NOT to be the start of the Week, then I should do the math and report to all what I find. If you know how to do the math, by all means go ahead and see what you find.

It was such a GREAT COINCIDENCE that 2005 and 2016 were the only years with 1260 days between Passover and the Feast of Trumpets that I was sure, and should still be sure, it is not a coincidence. So, something important should take place soon in Iraq

I feel as you do, brother, that I don't want to wait until after 2022. The other arguments point to 2016 so solidly that we may find 2016 to be the start of the Week, not the end of it...

FINALLY. Russia has involved itself in Iraq's oil:

"Nouri al-Maliki says 'Iraq has historical relations with Russia and we are working toward broadening our cooperation.'

He singled out the fields of oil and electricity in a statement describing his meeting [yesterday] with Russian Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko.

Russia's official ITAR-Tass news agency says Shmatko also discussed re-activating old energy contracts and striking new energy deals with Iraq's Electricity Minister Karim Waheed.

The lack of electricity and other basic services is likely to be a major campaign issue ahead of Iraq's national elections in January. - AP"

It's hard to say, by such a small article (here's another), what's going on, but at least Putin has walked into the Iraqi door, and has been accepted by Iraq's government. This comes as the United States is begging Maliki for a military presence in Mosul.

U.S. general Odierno is still waiting for Iraq's response on his request to unite the U.S. military with that of the Kurds and Iraq to secure Mosul. The Arabs of Mosul have begun to kick up a fuss because the plan tends to reinforce Kurdish importance in Mosul. Maliki doesn't want to cause waves, and Odierno's plan will do just that in more than one way. If Odierno succeeds anyway, one might yet entertain an American/Western Gog worming his way into Mosul and then deceptively shaking things up to fulfill Daniel 11, verse 21 and on.

Before Obama was the president, he wanted the Americans out of Iraq when things were far worse than they are now. How is it that Obama now wants to be embroiled in Mosul when he has every opportunity to bring the troops home as of yesterday???

Since NATO is America-led, it's possible that the new NATO leader, Rasmussen of Denmark, was the choice of the Obama circle of globalists. In Rasmussen one can see an American-Russian alliance, for in his own words, partnership with Russia is "top priority." One scenario where Odierno fails to engage his Mosul plan is that NATO may succeed...and in so doing could form an alliance with a Russian Gog. There is still time for the current Mosul situation to fulfill prophecy in 2009/10.

There is evidence that the O-Circle of globalists are into oil so that a deceptive role in Mosul (i.e. not for the stated purpose of quelling violence) is in the cards. In fact, that deceptive role should seek to increase violent acts in northern Iraq so that the need for the role becomes more assured.

I very much dislike having two viable scenarios. I still see the possibility of a Russian Gog at total enmity with the West, and vice-versa, who then enters an alliance with the West as the latter begs for it out of fear for Gog's powerful advances into the Middle East. But this scenario seems further into the future than the other scenario above.

It's been a hot summer in Iraq, so much so that water from the Euphrates has been a large issue. Turkey said that it would increase Euphrates flow for Iraq's needs, but then I read in one headline days ago that it might not. What would happen if a Russian Gog takes chunks of Iraq and Syria, and along his way to Egypt and Israel takes stabs at Turkey? Wouldn't Turkey, seeking entry at this very time into the EU, behave according to Western sentiments i.e. in opposition to Gog's military advances?

That could certainly stop the flow of water into Iraq, for at that time Gog will be the "king of Babylon" (Isaiah 13). In other words, the cessation of Euphrates flow, what is predicted in Revelation 16:12, is now feasible and somewhat expected under a ruler of Iraq who is, as Daniel 11:21 states, "rejected/despised."

We recently heard Russia and China push for a new world currency. It sounded like a Western-globalist plot using China and Russia to start the ball rolling, and, sure enough, we hear this moring that:

"The dollar should be replaced with a global currency, the United Nations has said, proposing the biggest overhaul of the world's monetary system since the Second World War."

The article seems to exaggerate a world-economic crisis, with blame on the U.S. currncy, in order to bring on the new currency:

"In a radical report, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has said the system of currencies and capital rules which binds the world economy is not working properly, and was largely responsible for the financial and economic crises."

The article then points out that banks will be required to bend to the needs of this new currency. How fast can it be set up? But is it necessary to have a single-world currency in order to usher in a global skincode? Doesn't it appear as though Obama is an integral part of this UN scheme since, from the start, he's been toying with a global economy while playing mechanic with American banks? To get their way, globalists first claim that something's broken, and then go into fix it.

September 9

Is it for real this time:

"...The sources said that [Hamas leader] Mashaal has agreed to sign a 'reconciliation accord' with Fatah after the Egyptians promised to permanently reopen the Rafah border crossing between Sinai and southern Gaza.

They said the agreement would be signed before the end of the year.

...Again, this is seen as an achievement for Hamas, which has long been demanding an end to Fatah's exclusive control over the Palestinian Authority security forces."

This news isn't sitting well with Israel. Under this deal, other Arab countries are to oversee the reunion of Palestinian "security forces" i.e fighters, as in with guns, as in with guns that can kill Israelis. Since the other Arab nations are expecting Israel to form a Palestinian state, unity between Hamas and Fatah with Arab states in support must be ringing like a death bell to Israel at this moment. BUT, the unity between Hamas and Fatah is only as good as their hot-headed argument. BUT AGAIN, at God's Appointed Time, we should expect Arab unity against Israel. Division between Arabs may be viewed as a Restrainer of the Appointed Time.

The so-called "breakthrough" is the result of Egypt caving in on an permanent open border with Gaza. But how much was this the work of the O-Circle? Obama wanted Hamas and Fatah to reconcile as a priority, for without it there is no fertile soil for a Palestinian state. Israel could afford to be confident and even a little arrogant while Fatah and Hamas were slugging it out, but real unity will give Western powers the momentum for getting on top of begin pinning his shoulders to the floor.

More bad news for Netanyahu:

"A group of public figures on the [Israeli] Left will launch an initiative in upcoming weeks to support Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's efforts to advance the peace process...

...The initiative, called Blue and White Peace, will try to persuade the public, via advertising, press interviews and parlor meetings, that creating a Palestinian state and pursuing the diplomatic process with the Palestinians and Arab countries is in Israel's interest."

What is this? Putting words in Netanyahu's mouth? They are acting in concert with "Netanyahu's plan to impose a six-month moratorium on new Jewish construction in the West Bank," but I doubt very much that he wants to see a Palestinian state. For some time, Israel's Ehud Barak has been advancing a Palestinian state; here's the latest:

"'Freezing [settlement] construction is a correct national priority,' Defense Minister Ehud Barak said only a day after he approved the construction of 455 housing units in several West Bank settlement blocs.

Speaking at a toast for the Jewish New Year ahead of the holiday of Rosh Hashana, Barak told heads of local councils that...'we want to reach an agreement with the Palestinians based on the two-state principle, while safeguarding Israel's security interests. We are entering a year of diplomatic opportunities and we mustn't miss them.'"

Netanyahu disappeared for ten hours, and no one knew where he went, until maybe now:

"The reason for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's mysterious 10-hour disappearance from the media radar on [September 7] was a clandestine trip to Russia, according to a report [today] by the Hebrew language daily Yediot Aharonot.

In Moscow, a spokesman for Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin denied the reports, Reuters reported.

...The Prime Minister's Office would neither confirm nor deny whether Netanyahu visited Moscow.

This could have to do with the "piracy" story now in Russia's lap but involving the possible sales of Russian S-300 missile system to Iran.

On the topic of the UN push for a global currency:

"'There's a much better chance of achieving a stable pattern of exchange rates in a multilaterally-agreed framework for exchange-rate management,' Heiner Flassbeck, co-author of the report and a UNCTAD director, said in an interview from Geneva. 'An initiative equivalent to Bretton Woods or the European Monetary System is needed.'

The 1944 Bretton Woods agreement created the modern global economic system and institutions including the IMF and World Bank."

If that doesn't sound as though it has rotten guts in the founders and overseers of the EU...

The Bretton surname is said to derive from Brittany's Breton peoples. It uses a Zionist star on a black lion on white, what looks to me like the Davis lion exactly.

It's back to bloodline topics to seek more Stewart links to the Magdalene cult. Keeping in mind that I tend to link the Doby/Dawbie surname to the Davis/Davids of Wales, and they to the Da Vinci cult (perhaps even to the Da Vinci surname), let me repeat a bit of what was in the August-26 update:

"If we thought that it was odd for the Illuminati to trace to Poles, perhaps a trace to the Bohemians, as per the Bohemian Grove, is better. Last night I found the Sobe surname much earlier than king Sobieski; it's in the royal Bohemians (see Sobeslav I. (Sobeslaus) (1125-1140)) of the Boleslaw line, the line to which the Polish Piast dynasty merged. I showed yesterday that the all-important Boleslaw surname entered the Piast royals when Mieszko I married a Bohemian royal whose father had that name. She was Dobrawa, the stock of whom may have been the origin of 'Sobe,' 'Dobe,' and 'Dober.'

Note, since I'm thinking that the Moray white star on blue (used by the Mieszko line) traces to the royal Bohemians under discussion, that the Dobie 'helmet' is white on blue."

Today I found that the Armor Coat uses white stars on blue and the Dobe symbol (a "squire's helmet"). I checked the Armor surname in the first place as a result of the Stubb motto, "Cedant arma labori" (Stewart families named Stubb, Stubbing, Sturt, Sturtevant, Stiver, and more were discussed in the fifth update of June, and into two updates thereafter).

The Sturtevant Coat is a shield-on-shield with a white lion on red (colors reversed from the English-Stewart lion). There is a Dutch Sturtevant Coat that I don't recall discussing. The motto is too small for me to make out. It uses a rabbit and a white greyhound in the Chief.

On September 1, I came across the Conn/Connes and Cony Coats using the coney=rabbit. What I wrote at that time led to the Alan/Allen proto-Stewarts in a round about way, and is worth repeating here:

...The clue comes from the "conscir" [motto] term, which evoked the Conn surname. As you can see it uses a hare symbol. When I entered "Connes," the same surname/Coat popped up, at which time I realized that a coney is a rabbit. I entered "Cony" to get a different but very similar Coat (family habitat is also different), with the write-up: The surname Cony is derived from the Old English words conig and cony, which mean rabbit. However, Cony may have also been an occupational surname applied to a dealer in rabbit skins or a furrier." The Cony Crest is a Coney holding a pansy.

The derivation from "konig" (= "king") had me looking at the Konig Coat, and that "Jewish" one uses red and blue, the Polish color scheme. From the "Coyney" variation, I thought to check kinship with the Cogans, and found the Cogan motto to be: "Constans fidei." So far, so good, but the Cogan Coat with three oak leaves on red is virtually identical to the Sobbe/Zober/Zobisch branch of (Polish) Sobieski!!! This begs the question of whether the Vinch motto, Nil CONcire SIBI, is code for the Coney-Sobieski kinship. You don't need to be told that "Cogan" smacks of the Cohen/Kagan surname.

A variation of the German Konig surname is Koenig, justifying another look at the Keon Coat. You may recall that there is an Irish version of "John" in the Keon surname with Kewan and Owen (no doubt the same as "Cowan") variations, all said to be derived from "Eion" = Ian. In other words, the Conys et al trace to the Polish Janina (which I assume were John names and its several variations).

The Allen Coat also uses three oak leaves, you see. And the shield-on-shield Sturtevant Coat can now be deemed in particular to be the Janina design. Note the black ship (on gold, a Stewart background color) in the MacIan Coat , identical to the one in the Scottish-alternative Stuart Coat. The Keons were a branch of the MacIans, and the MacIan Coat also uses the Sobieski/Sobek buckle.

As you can see , the Stewart/Stuart surname uses Cohen checks. To prove that the Sturtevant surname is a Stewart variation, entering "Sturt" brings up the Scottish Stuart Coat (both Stuart Coats vary from both Stewart Coats). The motto of the latter Stuart/Sturt Coat is, "Nobilis est ira leonis" (translated, "The wrath of a lion is noble").

One can read in the German Cowen/Koen Coat that the surname derives from "Conrad," which had got to be false. Rather, the Conrads were red Cohens i.e. the red-and-white-checkered Hohens. The last time that I was on the Sturtevant/Stubb topic, I traced them to the HohenStaufens (= the holy grailers), and so note the Steuvesant, Stovesand and Steubesand variations of the Dutch Sturtevant surname.

The Stubb Coat uses buckles in the colors of the Conys/Conns, and was first found in STAFfordchire. And that's the surname that gave the "arma" code by which I checked the Armor Coat to find the Doby helmet and the Moray stars that I trace to king Boleslaw of Bohemia (see August 23 and shortly thereafter). The Conrads were first found in Bohemia!! If you recall that discussion, I traced Boleslaw to the Bole surname using gold cups i.e. likely "holy grails".

The Dutch Bole Coat uses a stub!! I had traced the Stubb surname to the stubs or cut-off tree trunks seen in many Coats, as per the Stubbing write-up telling that the surname is from tree stumps. Note the Stubbing motto: "Quiescam". It evokes the Kwisa river of Lusatia as it developed into the Wessex/Gewisse Saxons.

The German Bole Coat uses a black lion on gold, as does the French Vincent Coat. The latter's motto is "Vincenti dabo," smacking of the Doby surname and therefore possibly explaining why the Armors use the Doby/Dawbie symbol. The Bole lion is the design used in the Legro/Gros Coat (see top of this update for some Legro details on how it is the bases of the DeLion/Magdalene bloodline).

That brings me to a major point that you may not have noticed. The Bole link to the Legro(s) surname, since the latter was from Ligurians, links the Boleslaw-descended Poles to Ligurians. I had found other links between Poles and Ligurian-based DeLion branches, and there is a solution: I have longed traced Poles to mythical Pollux, and Ligurians (swan symbol) to the swan symbol of Leda, mother of Pollux.

Seeing the Tuveson variation of the Dutch Sturtevants, I checked for a Dubes surname and found many Dube-like variations in France using a shield-on-shield (typical red and white). The surname was first found in Provence, where the Gras surname was first found (I linked the Gras' with the Gros/Legros of Burgundy). The Legro/Gros Coat uses a greyhound, the symbol of the Dutch Sturtevants/Tuvesons.

As I said, the Graux and Grau variations of the Legro/Gros surname smacks of "Grey," the surname that may have founded the greyhound symbol. Had that idea not entered my mind earlier in this update, I would not have known that the Grey Coat uses a shield-on-shield (red and white), with a white lion on red...the Sturtevant design exactly!!!! (Four exclamation marks are used because they are louder than three).

The white lion on red is the symbol of the Arms of Lyon/Lugdunum. There are two lion designs seen at the Lyon link above, one virtually identical with the Sturtevant lion, and the other identical to the Bole and (French) Vincent lions. The French Vincents were first found in Languedoc, and the English Vincents were first in Leicester, the place to which I traced the Ligures.

When I first looked at the Grey Coat earlier, I had linked it to the red greyhound (and anchor) in the English Major Coat, but now I see that the French Majors were first found in Provence (!), where not only the Gras' were first found, but also the Ligure Celts to which I trace the Legro(s)/Gros/Gras family.

As I had traced Leicester's cinquefoil to the shield-on-shield (red and white) Tankervilles/Tanerdevilla, who were traced further to the Tanner of Falaise, note that the Valais Coat uses three red roses and a greyhound, two Major symbols. Moreover, the Valais Coat uses white crescents on blue, a symbol on the French Vincents...who were first found in Leicester.

When one enters "Dala" as per Mary of Magdala, the Dallas/Dulles Coat comes up. As one can see, it has Doleys, Dolas, Dolles, and Dolays variations, smacking of the Dole surname...that should link to Dol, Brittany, and/or the Dulo clan of Atilla. The Irish Dole/Doyle Coat uses the motto, "Fortitudine vincit," as if to honor the Vincent clan.

The Irish Doles are said in their write-up to likely descend from the Irish Conns, what I suspect to be the Irish Cohens. Indeed, the German Doles use Hohen checks...overlaid with what look like tree stumps. The Crest appears to use ostrich feathers. The write-up looks as though it has connection to Dallen-like locations: "The surname Dolle is derived from the Indo-Germanic word dul, which was used to describe dirty or swampy water. The surname can also be traced to the town of Dollendorf..." Look honey, a muddy swamp; let's call ourselves the Doles. If you don't believe that, then try a dul=Dulo equation. The surname has a Dol variation.

The English Doles use a Dollen variation, which tends to link them to the German Doles of Dollendorf. It also uses a Doling variation tending to link to Dol. Since Dol was in the region of Morvan, it's interesting that the Morvan surname leads back to the Doles in a round-about way. Here's how.

The Morvan surname shows Morwick and Morville variations, and is derived from High de Morville. It uses a variation of the Scottish flag and a blue boar in Crest. The English Morville Coat, also blue and white, uses a crowned lion on blue, the Dougal/Dowell symbol exactly. The Dowells have Doull, Doul, and Doule variations. When one enters "Dougal," a slightly different lion design comes up, but also the motto, "Vincere vel Mori." That can't be coincidental, even as the Douglas clan was of Moray. The Dougals use what looks to me like a folded-over feather, which can link to the Dole feathers.

Dougals are said to be from DALriadan families. Hmm, wondering if "MagDALA" could be code for the Dalriadans, I note that the Dala/Dallas surname is from Moray! AND, you may recall that the Logans of Ireland, who connected with the DeLions of Westmeath, were from Moray, for not only does the Logan Coat use the Douglas red heart, but the write-up: "The surname sometimes appears as Logan, but in many cases, especially in Ulster, this name is of Scottish descendent...First found in County Westmeath, where it belonged to the sept whose chiefs were lords of Gailenga Mor, now Morgallion."

You may recall that I traced the Dallas surname to the Mures river by the fact that the Dallas Coat is identical to the Biggar Coat. I traced Biggars to Biharia on/off the Mures river, and, independent of any Biggar considerations, I traced the Rollo line of More also to the Mures.

The Logan motto: "Hoc majorum virtus," possibly honoring the Major surname...with Magyar-like variations such as "Magor." The English Major Coat is in the colors of the Logans, while the French Majors use red lions on white, a symbol of the DeLions to which the Logans were linked. The Spanish Majors were first found in Navarre, and that could link to Nevers of France. Since this discussion started on a possible Dole link to Morvan, let me repeat what I wrote earlier in this update on the (DE)Launy sector of the Magdalene cult:

"There is a Launay-Bellefille to the immediate east of Dol on the Dol-region map, and as these two terms together should be suspected at the root of the Magdalene cult, the region should have been important at some time in the past. You see the region of Morvan to the south of Dol. I had traced the Nibelung branch of Merovingians in a Morvan location near Nevers and Autun to "Morbihan" (Brittany), but at the time I don't recall knowing of a Morvan location to the north of Morbihan.

A little later, on the topic of the Cree, it was said:

"I traced the Nibelungs to Nevers of the Burgundy theater, is it a coincidence that the Reay County [northern Scotland] of the MacKays is now , named after the Naver (anciently "Nabaros") river??? Is it another coincidence that I traced the ostrich (= "struthios" in Greek) of Poland's Traby fold to Crete's Asterion cult?

...There was human sacrifice in Zeus cult of Crete, and in the Aztec empire."

I'm always seeking the origin of "Aztec." Today I find, in the Spanish Major write-up: "First found in Navarre, where they came from the Valley of Baztan." One never knows, but in any case, it sounds as though the peoples (Basques?) of Navarre could have named the Nabaros river in Scotland and thereby explain how the Major family got to that Scottish domain. True, I haven't any evidence that Majors were in the Nabaros/Navers river region...except for their link to the Logans, Doles, Dowells, and Dallas'...all Magdalene-cult suspected bloodlines.

The Spanish Major/Mayordomo Coat is a shield filled with black and white Cohen-like checks!

As the early symbol of Lugdunum was the crow, according to Wikipedia's article, chances are, the crow symbol of the Shetlands derives from the peoples of Lugdunum. INDEED, the Blank surname was first found in the Shetlands, and the city of Lugdunum, as it became Lyon, was founded by a Roman with the Plancus surname!! Note the white cinquefoil on red in that is the totality of the Blank Shield, which is the symbol of Liecester too!!! That tends to identify the crow-depicted vikings of the Shetlands as Legro(s)/Gros stock of Ligurians.

Moreover, the French Blanks/Blancs use white lions on blue, as does the English Gras Coat.

Now here is something extremely interesting. I happened to notice that a Logan variation on the Scottish page was MacLennan. I tried the Lennan Coat to find anything of importance but found nothing except that the Scottish Lennan Coat is identical to the Scottish Logan Coat. But when I got down to the Blank surname immediately above this paragraph, I recalled that president Lenin of Bolshevik Russia was from the "Jewish" Blank clan, and entering "Lenin" I got the Irish Lennan Coat!!! Only three exclamation marks are used here because I don't want you to become deaf, but six could easily be justified as it traces the first Communist-Russian president to the Magdalene cult.

The Lennan write-up tells that the surname derived from the word for "white," but that cannot be at all correct since it's obvious that it derives from "Logan." However, the white definition is likely linked to the Blank/Blanc surname. The write-up says: "The Lennan surname is an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Gille Fhinneain, a patronymic name created from a Gaelic personal name 'Fionnan,' from the Gaelic 'fionn,' meaning 'white.'" I would argue it the other way around, that the Lennans became the Fhinneains as per the Lannen link to the Blanc family.

If I'm not mistaken, "Lenin" derives from "leon," and indeed a Logan variation is "Lohan." PLUS, the French Leon Coat uses the same flames found in the French Leger Coat (first found in Burgundy, like the Legros), suggesting a French Leon link to the Irish Logans/DeLions. The Spanish Leon Coat uses a red lion on white, the Delion symbol (DeLions descend from Logan de Lion and from Lyon/Lugdunum).

An article on Lenin tells that he was "the son of Ilya Nikolaevich Ulyanov [like "Lyon'] and Maria Alexandrovna BLANK." It also says that "Bolshevik" means "majority." Remember, the Logan motto includes "majorum," and French Majors lived in the vicinity of Lugdunum. The Blanks of Shetland were just traced back to Lugdunum. This tends to prove that Lenin was connected to the particular Rothschilds suspect in the formation of Bolshevic Russia.

"Bolshevik" could possibly link to the Bole(s) surname/entity. Bolshevism was led by the "Jew" and Marxist, Leon Trotsky. There is a German Marx Coat, and a Hebrew Marx Coat with Hohen checks. It also uses a gold Zionist star on blue, the Weis/Wise symbol (in the same colors), which is conspicuous because Karl Marx was a champion of the Bavarian Illuminati founded visibly by Adam WEIShaupt.

I'd like to continue all day on this topic, but the construction project alone. Back for tomorrow's news. May you and I bless God's heart today, rather than God bless us all the time.


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