Written late, with a new Hebrew theme, July 2006.
Reading previous chapters will make this one better understood.
Mayer Rothschild had changed his surname from "Bauer," said to mean "farmer," but doesn't that look like "Baver(ia)"? Did "RedShield" refer to Mayer's boss, prince William IX of Hesse-Cassel, the guts behind the Bavarian Illuminati? And did the Catti who named "Hesse," and/or the Khassi from Cilicia who may have named "Cassel," have everything to do with that Illuminati? In other words, was the Illuminati a Cutha-Kabala organization? What could be more logical?
Mayer moved from his Red-Shield home to another house on the street called the "Green Shield," and this now evokes red dragon versus green dragon, the latter depicting the Veres and Crichtons. I'm suggesting that when Mayer re-named his home, he had lost interest with his Hesse-Cassel boss, for indeed it is reported that he took a good sum of money from him and that Mayer's son, Nathan, entered Britain and with it became fabulously wealthy quite overnight. Britannica (1970) supports this claim under a Rothschild article. A Rothschild-Vere/Crichton alliance is therefore possible.
I see that in "Bavaria" the term "Babar" is apparent. Babar is a cartoon elephant who wears a green suit while his wife, Celeste (an astrology term if ever I heard one), is in red. Babar, in the original novel wherein he was created, was a French symbol who brought French civilization/illumination to Africa. It is known that the Rothschild Illuminati, along with Cecil Rhodes (after whom Rhodesia was named), were involved corporately and politically in multiple African regions.
I had wondered why the Oxford Coat of Arms (of the Veres) had used an elephant as a prominent symbol; perhaps Babar was intended to represent just whatever that Oxford elephant truly depicts. I note that the Republican Party depicts itself with an elephant, and that the Bohemian Grove, an Illuminati cult, is a Republican cult at its core. It is known that Bohemia was founded by the Boii, and the same Boii are thought by some to have named Bavaria, but as I root the Boii in Boiotia, the same peoples likely named Batavia and the Bute/Bude name of Britain.
I suspect that Batavia is to be understood as Bat-Avvite. The Batavi (from Buz) were likely a major branch of Nahorite peoples who worshipped the wolf and perhaps named Netherlands. Could the Democrats, who use an ass to depict themselves, find roots in the ass- and wolf-worshiping Avvites??? The wolf-worshiping Stewarts come to mind since I've tentatively tied them to the Butes surname. Does it not make sense that Stewarts should be tied to Apollo, an old wolf peoples that I have recently tied to the ancient Avvite homeland of Opis (Assyria), if the Stewarts were also the Cohen/Kagan Khazars? After all, Apollo depicted the Hyperboreans of the far north (proto-Russia) while the Khazars were in far-north Russia.
Babar's cousin was named "Arthur." Coincidence? Or is that a picture of the Merovingians of France coupled with their British cousins ruled by king Arthur? I hope you don't think I'm too crazy for mentioning Babar in this way, because I also want to bring up Winnie the Pooh, as those terms resemble "Veneti/Vannes" and the Po river. What is a pooh, anyway? The fact is, Winnie is a honey-loving bear, and in conjunction with my findings that wherever the boar symbol is found, the bear symbol seems to tag along, so we find (in the cartoon) that Winnie's pal is Piglet. And what of the bouncy Tigger? The Catz? What of the owl? The owl used by the Bohemian Grove as their chief symbol (called "Moloch"), to which the politicians burn human sacrifices (whether dummies or real humans no one can know because no one is able to see the ceremony up close).
Recall that immediately after the mention of Avvites in 2 Kings 17:31, we find stated that the "Sepharvites" sacrificed their children in fire. I found recently that Utu (dragon sun god of Eridu) had the alternative name, "Babbar"!! See http://killeenroos.com/1/SUMEGODS.htm
Less recently, I realized the significance in the vicious green beaver on the Oxford coat of arms, it standing opposite the elephant. For as secret societies use animals to depict aspects of their lineage, choosing those that sound like the people groups they wish to depict, so I saw that "beaver" modifies to "beaber," this term not only reflecting Babbar, but Bebryces, a Boii region in Bithynia.
In June (2006), on the same day (24th) that I connected the Bauer surname (true name of the Rothschilds before Mayer Rothschild changed it) to the Kabeiri cult, I found that the Beuer/Bewer/Bawer Coat of Arms uses a black beaver with a crown! One cannot use a crown on a Coat unless one has ruled somewhere.
This German beaver family is found as the Beaver surname in England, for that English family uses the same black beaver on its Crest (see top of helmet) as well as on its Coat. Note that the website traces the English Beavers to multiple Beauvoir locations in Normandy. I am beginning to sense that the Veres are rooted in this term, since "Beuer" easily modifies to "Vere." Were Veres a Rothschild branch extended from the Bauer surname??? Wouldn't the Green Shield of Mayer connect to the green beaver on the Oxford Coat?
The Beavers of Britain are said to have been found first in Berkshire; I have reason to believe that "Berg(er)" is related to the Rothschild Illuminati because the Berg/Burg family Coat of Holland (a haven for international-banker "Jews") uses the three red chevron that I had connected tentatively to that Illuminati. The Vergas Coat of Spain is exactly the same, even as that name modifies to Bergas. There may be a Berg-Bert connection because "Bert" means "bright," from the Old English "beorht" from which a hypothetical beorg(t) may produce "Berg."
The Bower/Beauer/Boar surname in Scotland uses bows and arrows on its coat, while the Rothschild Coat uses a single arrow. The background on the Scottish Bower/Beauer uses a green background, which may be a symbol of the green beaver used by the Oxford Coat, or, alternatively, the beaver was made green to denote whatever the green color represents among the secret societies. The Pollock Coat has a green background. The (Scottish) Bower/Beauer surname is said on the website to be of "Strathclyde-Breton" origin, and the Pollocks lived in Strathclyde.
Secondly, the Pollock family uses a boar on its crest shot through with an arrow. Not only does the arrow possibly indicate the Bower and Bauer families, but "boar" itself would nicely depict them. Were the Rothschilds Calydonian boars? The German Bower surname uses a green background as well on its Coat, indicating a possible link to the Scot Bowers, and, not surprisingly, septs of the German Bowers include "Bauer," but also "Buhr."
The Aberdeen surname (first in Aberdeen, Scotland) uses three gold pentagrams (with a sun (god) in a hand on it's Crest). I had already searched Berdeen/Barton, seeing that the family used three red boar heads. That could certainly make a connection to the Bert/Pollocks. The Scottish Bard surname is from Strathclyde-Breton origin as well (as are the Pollocks), and it uses a gold boar (Pollocks use a brown one signifying less importance; gold always being superior to other colors)...meaning that Pollocks may have been Bards, virtually the same as "Bert" in sound but having a far different meaning. It's possible that certain occult Bards changed their name to Bert = Illumination. The Bards first lived in Lanarkshire, smack beside the Pollocks in Renfrew!! The exclamation marks are warranted because the Pollocks themselves do not realize/publish that they could be from Bards.
The Bard Crest uses a green griffin head, as does the Leslie clan, while the Leslie clan (also of Aberdeen) was founded by a Bartholomew...he being from Hungary along with his queen Agatha; the two of them (I think) were Khazars and related to the first-known Stewarts. The Leslie clan furnished the chiefs (i.e. Earls) of Ross and of Rothes, wherefore it is possible that the island of Rothesey/Butes was named after these Leslies. The 21st Earl of Rothes is alive today and is head of the Clan Leslie Society.
Pollocks had married Leslies, and my Pollock email correspondent tells me that Leslies fraudulently claim ownership of Rothes, and that it was first a Pollok entity, as for example a Pollock was appointed to built Rothes castle. Note that the Leslie Coat uses three horseshoes, and that "typical features used in Polish heraldry include horseshoes, arrows, Maltese crosses..." A Maltese cross, known to be a military symbol of the Templars since the first Crusade, is one made with four arrow heads (heads that are commonly seen on coats of arms). May I suggest as a possibility that Polish (or part-Polish) nobles came to Britain with Bartholemew, which furnished the Polloks and were then depicted as the horseshoe on the Leslie Coat? It's even possible that one of Batholemew's parents was Polish, since noble Hungarians had been marrying Polish nobles at that time (11th century). The first-known Pollock (Fulbert the Saxon) was born in Shropshire in 1075, my correspondant tells me, which is less than a decade after Bartholemew arrived to Scotland.
The Italian Bert Coat also uses a griffin, though white (i.e. silver, second-most important color). It's the French Bader Coat that uses a gold griffin (on blue background) and a single gold pentagram (that may be the so-called Vere Star). The German Bader Coat uses three blue pentagrams that are used also by the Dutch Hall Coat wherein I found yet another example of the red, triple chevron.
The English Berts use three (black) cornucopias as do the Pollocks (in silver). The Bert Crest uses a hand holding a green ring, the green ring probably depicting the same as the green on the Pollock-Coat background.
The Bull surname of England uses three gold rings and three gold bull heads. The French Boyer (sounds like "Bauer" and could be same as Baber/Beaver) uses a silver bull entirely. The Oxford Coat uses a red bull; the French Beard/Beart/Bear (probably same as "Bard") use a red bull entirely as well. As "Bert" is said to be short form for "Bartholomew," so the Bartons of Germany are so said to derive from the same long-form.
The English Attis/Addison/Edison name was first found in Dumbarton, Scotland, and it uses three gold rings as well (as does the English Bull family). The Kabala sun god, Attis, was connected to the bull cult. The Attis Coat uses three gold leopard heads, or so they seem to be, on its Chief, but may be griffin heads (a griffin had a lion/leopard body). The Attis Crest uses a white unicorn which may connect to Thrace and/or to the Kabala ("caballa/cavalla" is Latin for "horse"). [Update I found that the Kather/Kother Coat uses two full-blown unicorns!]
I started to look at "B", "F", and "V" variations of "Bert," and found that the Dutch Voort Coat uses three red rings on gold background, albeit most variations of the name were Vorst-like. I then found that the Dutch Borst Coat uses three arrows on red background, the arrows pointed exactly as the single arrow on the red Rothschild Coat. At another website, I found that the Vorst Coat is three red chevron on gold field/background. Variations of "Rothschild" are: Rothenstein, Roddenstein, Rodstein, Rotstein, Rothernmaler, etc., telling that Rothschilds became surnames with "stein" endings, but also "maler" endings.
[Update September 2006 -- Lorri emailed this to me: "If God hadn't put 'the Epstein dragon' in my life, you & I might never have met." Not getting into the details of who this Epstein person is, let me say that, upon looking up the Epstein Coat, I found both the German and Hebrew Epsteins to use nothing but a red triple chevron! What's more, Lorri said that she had been investigating the Tietelbaum sect of Orthodox/Hasidim "Jews," but because I didn't think it likely for the surname to link to the Taddei surname, I didn't bother to mention it to her. The German Epsteins were first recorded in Hesse-Nassau, now Wiesbaden. End Update]
The German Stein family uses a silver goat on red background that might depict Getae/Edones, or perhaps the Khazars since "koth" is said to mean "goat"? The Dutch Steins use a large red rose over a large red eight-pointed star; the Butes of Germany use six red roses. But behold the Italian Batti/Boto Coat uses three red eight-pointed stars!! If there's a connection between the Butes and the Rothschilds, it may be that Stewarts and Rothschilds are related; perhaps Rothschild kin/ancestors were the Batavians of Rotterdam, Holland, even the Merovingians who had settled at the same mouth of the Rhine. It's worth investigating.
I'll mention that the Perger Coat uses a single large eight-pointed star, that surname perhaps related to Berger.
A few hours after writing that paragraph, I found that the Dutch Bout/Boutes Coat uses a red single arrow!! with gold tip, on gold background, pointing in the same direction as the Rothschild arrow. The Butter family Crest -- similar to Bute/Bude -- uses an arm holding a bow and arrow, the same symbol used by the Scottish Boar/Bower family. The Rothschild Coat uses one gold arrow on red background, but also two gold eight-pointed stars!!!! I had NO IDEA WHATSOEVER when I started tracing the Butes -- thanks to a Pollock email correspondent for that -- that it would connect to Rothschild elements; I was gunning for Stewart connections only, but now it appears that all of the above seem related.
The Russian who I think would make an excellent fit for anti-Christ, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, had a true father whose surname was Eidelstein! Don't tell me dat Zhirinovsky is a Rothschild, I vud probobly starrt tu tink dat der vas sum ciertin kind uuv coonspeerasey tayking plase. The Eidelstein Coat uses a bow and arrow on one side and a spread phoenix on the other. The Eidelstein surname was first found in Bohemia.
It has occurred to me that "Stein" may have been created in honor of the "Sthenelus/Sithones" Phoenicians. One never knows; it would explain the phoenix symbol. The Sithones were the Satyrs, remember, whose priests were the Bessi Thracians, who tattooed themselves and perhaps had Indian-like weapons. Satyrs were half goats, and the German Steins, as you saw above, use a goat on their Coat. The English Stone Coat also uses a spread phoenix.
I checked out some Gog-like terms. The Coke Coat uses three spread phoenix...as does the French Boubers/Bubert Coat (i.e. like Babar). The German and Swiss Kock/Kochen Coat use three gold hexagrams (i.e. "stars of David") on blue banner, evoking Israel (and perhaps the Rothschilds who put Israel on the map). I know that the Star of David is rooted in a certain messianic David (not in king David) figure of the Khazars (during the Templar era). Because the "Kochen" name evokes "Kagan," the Khazar rulers do come to mind. The Kock/Kochen surname is said to originate in Bavaria.
The rooster symbol on Coats may depict the same, Gog. A minute after writing that, I found that the English Cock/Koke Coat uses three red roosters, on a background made of red and silver diamonds. This then connects to the German/Swiss Cock/Cochen family that use red diamonds on silver background. Moreover, the Coch/Koke checks are of the same size as the Stewart and Cohen blue and silver checks. The Choen/Cown Crest uses hand holding one arrow in the same direction as the Rothschild arrow.
The Katz surname often closely associated with the Cohens uses three silver Stars of David on blue background. The Katz name was first found in the dragon land of Mecklenburg/Pomerania. The Hebrew Katz Coat uses a lion/panther. The Gatz surname was first found in the same region, but the Gatz Coat uses ten suns/balls arranged in a pyramid.
The German Albert/Albright Coat uses an eight-pointed star (as do the German Steins and various Bute-like surnames); the English Albert Coat uses a gold griffin. Italian Alberts (first in Venice) use a silver ring at the center of their Coat (tied to four chains). Recall the green ring used by the Berts of Britain. The Italian Berts (i.e. "Berto") use a silver griffin, suggesting that the Bertos stemmed from the Albertos. The French Bussy/Bussi Coat uses three red spread phoenix; this name first found in Normandy.
Perhaps there's a Bert/Pollock connection to the Scottish Brother/Broder Coat which uses three gold griffin heads and three silver diamonds on a gold background; I've read that it's against the rules of Heraldry to use two metals, silver and gold, one overtop of the other, suggesting that this Coat is very old or held by powerful people. The name is first found in records in Oxfordshire. Perhaps all/many other griffin symbols stem from this Broder/Brother surname. I had once theorized that Britain was named after "brother," as in a brotherhood, but I think I removed that from a chapter for other theories that were equally viable.
The Brother/Broder Crest uses a dog holding a staff on the Crest; the three silver diamonds on the Coat depict, as do diamonds in general -- and this is according to a Kyle website -- "coal." I took that odd meaning as a subtle hint for the Old King Cole to whom the Kyle family traces itself. The Kyles, who admit online to being relatives of Stewarts, were first found in Ayrshire, which faces out to sea to the island of Bute. Now the English Bude Coat uses a gold griffin head. Recall that the Bude term made it's entry into Britain in Cornwall, in the neighborhood of king Arthur's home.
The Welsh Bude Coat uses a gold bow and gold arrow...suggesting possibly that all other bows and arrows are from the Bude bloodline. The Welsh Budes moreover use a gold seven-pointed star (don't know the significance of seven points). The English Bute family uses four gold stars having six-points (not quite the "Star of David" pentagrams).
I've taken note that the entire French Batancourt/Betancourt Coat uses blue and gold checks in the same size as the Stewart blue and silver checks. This surname was first found in Artois, close to the mouth of the Rhine where Batavi lived. The French Budrie/Bodris Coat is nothing but blue and silver horizontal stripes; first recorded in Normandy. The Kyles used a blue lion for what I suspected was a link to the Stewart name, and so behold my finding just now that the English Albany-family Coat is a blue lion. The Stewarts were connected to Albany, and behold that the Albany name was first found in Shropshire, where the Stewarts settled first of all (before moving to Scotland).
The Scottish Alban/Alpin Coat uses a pine tree, which was the symbol of Attis; the website says that "Albion" derives from "Alpin," the name of Scottish and Pictish rulers of Alba (early name of Scotland). The Alban surnames were first found in Argyllshire, and that's in the eye-shot of the Bute island. The Veres claim to stem from Elvin, a term that I identify with Alpin. Behold the Alvi/Elvi/Elfy Coat uses a gold boar entirely; this must be the head of the Boar clans! The Veres use a blue boar. But where does the name originate? The website only says that they were first found in Oxfordshire, where the Veres ruled for centuries.
The German Elis/Elizer Coat uses two gold rings. Recall that three gold rings were used by the Bull and Attis names, that the Voort name used three red rings, the Bert name one green ring, and the Albert name one silver ring. Can we now make a connection between "Albert" and Aeolus/Elis of Greece? After all, rings are a symbol of Greece...I realized last week upon pondering the meaning of the rings, as for example the five-ring logo of the Olympic games. No sooner had I asked that question that I found the "Alice" surname to derive from the German-French "Aalis" and "Aliz," evoking "Aeolus" very much. As you can see at the link, the English Alis-like names use the same five-crescent Coat as the English Elis-like names. The blonde-haired Aryan in the Crest is of obvious meaning, and because she is naked, it seems a symbol of Greece (or, she may be a mermaid). Could the five crescents be the same as the five Greek rings?
Now behold. The Polish Alex Coat (a very Greek name) uses three gold eight-pointed stars (on blue background), so that the Albert name (which uses one silver star) would seem to derive from Alex", not vice versa. The French Alex Coat uses a red spread phoenix with crown.
A few minutes later I turned up three more gold rings in the English Lady Coat, while seeking the roots of Leda/Leto of Greece!! Note the mountain in the design (as per Mount Olympus?). Knowing that Leda was depicted as a swan, note how the Light/Lyte/Lite Coat uses three silver swans!
As was my theory that the Swan represented the Sviones (i.e. the Swedes) as in the name "Sven," so the following website says: "Viking settlers in Scotland were the first people to use the name Swan. The Swan Coat uses two silver swans and replaces the third with a lion. There is also a heart in the Coat's center, with a dog in the Crest, which I think depicts the wolf line since the Ligurians were depicted by both the swan and wolf. The Greco Coat (of Tuscany, Italy, i.e. the Etruscans, neighbors of Ligurians) turned up blue and gold wolf symbol, which may just link to the Stewarts for its blue color and the fact that Stewarts used dog deities in old days. I suspect that the dog/wolf in Coats symbolizes more than a love for dogs, but rather the wolf line from Greece and/or Russia. The Stone family (of interest because "stein" means stone) uses a dog on its Crest as well. The Burton Coat (i.e. like Bert) uses three gold dog heads. The Alison Coat uses three black dogs but a black griffin head on the Crest; the name was first found in Lanarkshire, beside Renfrew.
The red heart in the Swan Coat may connect to the four red hearts used of the Butter/Buttar Coat. Note that the Buttar cross is a black one, evoking the Sinclair cross, the Sinclairs having been Scandinavian Vikings (who made it to the throne of England as per the Conqueror). Note the rooster on the Sinclair Crest. The English Bat Coat uses an inverted Sinclair Cross, and can't be a coincidence that Bat and Butter are both Sinclair-type crosses. Never mind the four black bats as they constitute a name-specific symbol; it's the number four that counts for anything, and the positioning around the cross so that it evokes the Templar flag, the flag of Georgia (Caucasia), and the Rosicrucian cross of the Andreaes. The Bat family uses a wolf on the Crest, that being yet another Sinclair link to the Stewarts. I really do think that these names belong to Nahorites. And then see that the Scottish Cohoon/Cahoon Coat (probbaly the same as "Cohen") uses the same inverted Sinclair cross.
I checked some Leda-specific terms, including her son Caster. The English Caster Coat uses a gold dog and two gold spheres. Because Leda gave birth to her children in eggs, I checked the Egg surname and found that the German Egg Coat uses three spheres, two blue ones on one side and a silver one on the other. The English Egg/Edge Coat uses a silver spread phoenix. Do Leda's eggs depict those of a Phoenix/Eagle? A good theory.
The spheres must depict suns because the German Rhoda Coat displays three red balls, knowing that Helios and Rhoda were married. Note the color, red, and not gold, not necessarily because the family using gold suns is superior/older, but perhaps due to the Rhodian bloodline representing Rus/Ruthene and the red dragon in general. I see that this Coat's single chevron is red.
The Sabart/Savard Coat uses three gold spheres/suns, and the very same Coat is used by many Bert-prefixed names. The natural thing to do was to check Vard-like names; the Varde Coat uses blue and gold checks (of the Stewart type), while in the Crest we see a blue lion inside a crown. The other blue and gold checks belonged to the Batencourt name of the Batavia region, which I think connects to the Bute name. The English Savard Coat uses three gold boars on a wavy black banner (and three black leopards). The Savards lived at Oxford and Bedford.
A search for the Sun surname brought up the Sinclair cross/family!! That would suggest that "Sinclair" may not derive from SaintClair, but from SunClair. The English Rhodes Crest uses the Sinclair cross but red in color, along with four spheres. This alone could tie the Sinclairs to Rhodes and the Redones. Knowing that Cecil Rhodes had pledged his entire fortune on creating what is now the One World Government, I looked up the boss of the European Union, Javier Solana, and verified what I had suspected, that his name refers to the sun god, for the Solana family crest is just one big yellow sun, smiling.
Knowing that Johan Andreae was a leading Rosicrucian, look see that the Scottish Anderson Coat (the surname derives from "Andreas") uses a red inverted Sinclair cross with two blue boar heads.
A search for "Sunny" brought up the Sunning/Sunin Coat with three gold suns; the name was first found in Berkshire, recalling that Berk is a red triple-chevron name. Was the sun-god line living in Berkshire, home of the Windsor Castle? The Windsor name pulled up information telling that it derived from William fitzOtho, son of Adelbert (Pollocks take note), Duke of Lombardy. The Windsor Coat displays a Scottish (saltire) cross. The German Wend/Wentscher Crest uses a blue lion, and the English Wends use a silver griffin.
Beware the Global-Fleece Job
Identifying the Golden Fleece as the two-horned lamb,
the two sons of Pelops that became Europe
and the Redone-Russians together.
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