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June-August 2006
Reading previous chapters will make this one better understood.

There is a theory online that traces the (otherwise Celtic) king Cole/Coel to the “ancient and prominent Roman Coelius Clan” (website below), and that Cole himself therefore represented the last vestiges of Romans in Britain. This aligns with a tracing of the Bretons back to Italy.

As an example of the Roman Coelius clan in Britain, which became a military cult, there was the military leader, Marcus Roscius Coelius of the 1st century. The importance of this clan is underscored where one of the seven hills of Rome was Caelius Hill, that term being a common variation of “Coelius.” See the J. K. Kyle Coat (from the website below), using the phrase, "Caelitus Vires." Could this be Cleito, wife of Poseidon, that Plato made the mother of Western Atlantis? It's not likely a coincidence that Geoffrey of Monmouth, who includes king Cole of Camulodunum in his myths, makes a "Cloten" the first king of the house of Cornwall (recall that I had Poseidon's Atlantis starting out in Cornwall).

See that “The Coelius Gens name is assumed to have been derived from the Etruscan named Caeles Vivenna (aka Caeles Vibenna), a general and founder of an Etruscan city on the Caelian Hill (see Tacitus, Annals, iv.65).” This Etruscan lineage fits with a trace back to Trojo-Lydian elements of the Manes>Attis cult.

Aside from a king Coel of Camulodunum, there was also a Coel Hen (Old king Cole) of York, and the latter seems to be the more historical figure. While some differentiate between the two, others do not, and Geoffrey of Monmouth mentions Old Cole as well, as a relative of Arthur. It's possible that the Coel of Camulodunum was a mythical figure only, depicting the holy-grail bloodline of historical Old Cole. The gold cup in the Kyle Crest, because it has a pipe behind it, where that pipe is said (on the website) to depict king Cole, suggests loudly that the Kyle bloodline traces to Old Cole, and is moreover the holy-grail blood.

The Coelius bloodline of Italy should therefore trace to Old Cole in York, but if the other Coel depicts him, then Old Cole may be viewed as related to the peoples of Camulodunum, modern Colchester. Some say that the father of Old Cole was Tasciovanus, but in any case Cole was descended from an earlier Tasciovanus (died 26 BC). As "Tascio" evokes Tuscany (the country in Italy of the Etruscans), the holy-grail finger again points to Etruscans (and perhaps the Veneti). My feelers tell me that the Romans of the empire (post-63 BC) had zeal for conquering Britain because the Celts there had been more-ancient Romans of sorts i.e. the original founders of Rome, the Etruscans.

"Tudor" is thought to derive from "Theodor," while Magnus Maximus, the Roman commander in Britain prior to Coelius, had Theodosius for his father, whose father in turn was Theodosius the Great, an emperor of Rome. The Tudor name is Welsh, and is said to go back to Llywelyn the Great, prince of Wales (crowned 1195), but the possibility exists that it traces to the Votadini/Gododdin Welsh. The leader of the Votadini, Cunedda (5th century), "founded a dynastic clan from which Welsh nobility has claimed their ancestry for centuries afterward. Tradition holds that Cunedda originated from the territory of Manau Gododdin, the region around what is now modern Edinburgh."

It may be that the Votadini and/or Cunedda were Edones who named Edinburgh, in which case the term could be understood as Vot-Edoni rather than, or as well as, Vo-Tadini. Geoffrey names a king of the Bretons as, "Trahern," of the house of the Votadini...but he's also the "brother of the late King Coel," meaning that Coel was a Votadini member. This is perhaps important because has the Taddei/Tadini surname first found in Florence, Tuscany.

The website above below shows a coin of the Roman consul, C Coelius Caldus, saying that there is a boar’s head under his chin, suggesting to me a tracing back to the mythical Tydeus, the Greek-Calydonian depicted in myth with a boar on his shield. That is, it only makes sense that Tydeus depicted a Greek peoples who became the Tatius-Titus Italians who founded the Flora (i.e. the cornucopia) cult at Florence, before they became the Caledonian Picts of Scotland and their several offshoots, one of which could have been the Votadini.

I see Cal-Edonian, and will tentatively understand it as Coelius-Edones > Cole-Edones. That is, the Kyles were either Caledonians, or at least the "Cal" portion of the Caledonians; in Greece, "Calydon" might have been understood as Galli-Edone/Galli-Eden.

Tasciovanas (1st century) ruled what I would identify as the Catti dragon line that named Hesse-Cassel, Germany (i.e. "Catti" evolved into "Hesse"). Either that, or it is one coincidence, for the Celts under Tasciovanus were the "Catuvellauni" tribe, but also linked to "Cassivellaunus/Cassi." Tracing this Celtic people correctly to a peoples in western Europe is extremely important in this book.

In one sentence, Julius Caesar placed the Cassi next to the Bibroci, evoking the Bibracte kingdom of France, which kingdom I will later trace to bee-line Edones of France. Tasciovanus was either the son of, or ally to, Addedomaros (root = Added or Ded), who is important to the Cole line in that he ruled from Camulodunum (some say this was Camelot). Moreover, Addedomaros invoked the war god after which that city was named, Camulos (I think this was the bloodline of Kemuel, son of Nahor; details elsewhere).

Addedomaros ruled the peoples called Trinovantes. Were these from Torino/Turin of the Po river (see map of Po)? Turin is the capital of Piedmont (extreme north-west of Italy), and I have wondered if Piedmont was not the representation of mythically Phaethon who ended up in the nearby Eridanus river. Indeed, for as Greek myth moved Ligurians under codewords "Sthenelus" and "Cycnus" into Eridanus (the Rhodanus/Rhone river), so Wikipedia reports that Turin was named after a "Ligurian-Celt" peoples.

Those Ligurians were "Taurini." To show how we must treat lightly the definitions of place- and people-terms, someone writing for Wikipedia rooted "Turin" in "tau" (= "mountain" in Celt) while simultaneously defining the Latin version of the city (Torino) as a bull. Is it not obvious that whatever "Turin" sounds like in Celt is likely unrelated to the origin of the word, since the word is a carry-over from the Taurus peoples?

Recall that Etruscans were called "Tyrrheni," and as this was mythical Tyrrhenus of the Manes-to-Lydus bloodline, the Taurus mountains in northern Cilicia are their likely origin, though perhaps Tyre as well.

Camulodunum/Colchester is in extreme-east England. It was a town founded by the Camul peoples, and as the town was named after the god, Camulus, this was a peoples important and ancient enough to have their own god, which god I think traces back to Nahor’s third son, Kemuel. Colchester itself (perhaps Colch-ester) may have been named after dragon-line Colchis, which has logic because Colchis was related to the Calydonians (since Corinthians were Calydonians while the mythical ruler of Colchis (Aeetes) was co-founder of Corinth; see my chapter, My Calydonian Boar Hunt). I would have no scruples, with everything else that I know, tying "Kyle" and "Coelius" to Colchis. The earliest-known origin of the Gamil family (still with us today) is York, a city named after "boar," and the city from which Old Cole ruled.

Ask whether terms like Chichester, Rochester, Manchester, Dorchester Gloucester, Silchester, etc. should be read as Chi-castle, Ro-castle, Man-castle, and Dor-castle, Glou-castle. Or, Chich-ester, Rox-ester, Manx-ester, Doric-ester, and Glouc-ester. The latter suffix could be a form of "eter" since other British locations end with that suffix (e.g. Wroxeter, Exeter). There are places like Dancastor that would indeed mean Dan-castle because "castor" means "castle," but where "cester/chester" appears, it may be that these are "esters" with a term ending in c/ch. Consider Dorchester in Dorset, where "Dorset" may have been viewed as Doris-et, which could have become Doris-eter/Doris-ester except that the "s" was modified to make it Dor(i)ch-ester.

In any case, it appears that the Gamils of Colchester came to York with Coel, and that they had been the peoples who founded Camelot, in Cornwall (if Camelot was not Camulodunum itself). Proof that the Gamils were Nahorites is in the Latin version of “York,” that being “Eboricum,” a Hebrew-like term. But as that term was rooted in “boar,” it seems evident that the boar-symbol origin is in Hebrews (of the dragon line).

I am wondering if the Hamilton surname is a variation of the Gamil/Camel name. The German Camel family (originally from Bohemia) uses a gold griffin on its Coat, as does the Scottish Hamil Coat (think the Hamilton clan). The French Hamils use a green griffin/dragon, and since both branches of Hamils were first recorded in Normandy, connection to the green-dragon Veres (of Normandy) is feasible, especially as Veres also use a boar, and even-more so because the Eburovices Celts (suspected by many to have named York) were situated in Normandy!

Now the lands of Kyle in Ayrshire were named after king-Cole elements, according even to Kyle-family claims, and moreover, Kyle coats of arms have in the past included the blue-and-white Stewart/Cohen checks...meaning that Kyles and Stewarts mixed blood (there is no other way for a family to use the symbols of another family unless one is descended from the other). Says a Wikipedia article (round brackets not mine, square brackets mine):

"'Kyle Stewart,' lands held by the Fitzalan's since the 11th century (the future Stewart Kings of Scotland)...Even today, HRH Prince Charles [of Wales] retains the title “Lord of Kyle” passed down to him through the Stewart Kings."

Keep in mind here that Kyles were on the west Scottish coast facing Arran and Bute (see Ayrshire map), the islands that the first Stewart king seized upon ascending the throne (almost a thousand years after king Cole).

The Kyles have traditionally used candlesticks on their Coat, but this, while seemingly a Christian theme, refers to Illuminati elements, as the Kyle candles are typically black or on black background; the serpent on the Kyle family crest would suggest the same. Note that the serpent is entwined around the spine of an anchor, as when serpents are coiled around staffs to indicate dragon-sun-god bloodlines, and that the anchor simultaneously evokes a Christian cross so as to deceive the masses. The Arms of Edinburgh use the same anchor design, but with a rope in coil formation around it.
(see It's interesting that an alternative name of Kyle was "Coila" (website below says so). Kyle crests also used gold cups implying the holy-grail theme (which does not necessarily have anything to do with Jesus, for Illuminatists repeatedly claim Christian themes when in truth they are Satanic). At the website we read: "...the candlesticks are a symbol relatively unique to the Kyles."

The Cole surname is traced to Cornwall (pre-1066), and we find that today the Coat and Crest is a black bull. Note this quote by a Kyle-family website, where we find the term "Illuminati" admitted on the page:

"The arms of the District of Kyle is marked by a checkered pattern of blue and silver squares against a gold background. These arms are taken from a seal of Alan, High Steward of Scotland (1177-1204), and it is shown on a charter dated at Melrose in 1190. The shield depicts the familiar fess chequy of the Stewarts, a blue-and-white checkered band across the middle. These arms...are still used to this day in the 2nd and 3rd quarters of the coat-of-arms of Prince Charles as Duke of Rothesay."

The Stewart symbol is merely a blue-and-silver checkered band across the middle of the Coat ("silver" and "white" are the same), while the Cohen Coat is entirely of blue and silver checks, wherefore one can conclude that the Stewarts derive from Cohens, not vice versa...but from Cohens at least as far back as Alan the High Steward. And so now we know the real reason that the Royal Family claims Hebrew roots, not for roots in king David and the tribe of Judah, as prince Charles claims, but for roots in a Hebrew-kagan bloodline.

It's the Scottish branch of the Stewarts that use the blue and silver checks. As I showed in the previous chapter, the Murdock coat also uses a band of blue and silver checks, what evokes Merlin's name in the form of "Myrddin." It is said that "Kok/Gok" means "blue" and/or "celestial," wherefore note that "Coelius" is said to derive from "celestial." Consider the following quote that again traces the blue and silver checks to the Stewarts, so that one might again see that Stewarts were possibly from the Rorys or Rories:

"The [blue and silver] Chequered Band is the Bute connection and it represents the Stewart family. It was found on the arms of both Bute County Council and Rothesay Town Council."

The English Rothes Coat uses three griffin heads, while the Crest uses a crowned dog that should depict royal Stewarts. If so, Stewarts proper may have been Rothes of Celtic-era Rothesay (now the island of Bute). The German Kiel family Coat uses a griffin (a dragon with eagle parts) dancing with a lion, and a black hexagram, a sheer Illuminati-Zionist symbol. The Kiels are from Baden, Germany, originally, and that city sure does evoke "Bute." A certain Carrie who had read this chapter alerted me to the battle of Badon (500ish AD at Badon Hill) that was led on the Bret side by the historical Ambrosius Aurelius (i.e. bloodline of code, "Arthur"). Badon's location in Britain remains uncertain, though Bath in Somerset or Bude in Cornwall seem like good possibilities.

On the website above, I read the following definitions of certain symbols:

The Lion (red) is the royal banner of Scotland. The white lion is used by the MacDowall Clan...

The Red Welsh Dragon --- the people living in Kyle at the time of Old King Cole spoke a P-Celtic Language closest to Welsh...

The Gryphon -- Old King Cole might have been Roman (the animal is half Roman Imperial Eagle) mixed with Scots (the Lion half)."

Hmm, perhaps this definition of the griffin is not quite right, since the griffin goes back much earlier than Rome, to the coiled Sumerian Mushussu dragon. Note that the author doesn't define the red dragon except to imply that it refers to the Kyles themselves! Since I root the Kyles in Colchis, where the Golden Fleece was the Ares dragon, the Kyles appear as a red version of the Golden Fleece. There is modern evidence that the Kennedy family traces back to the golden fleece, and before this chapter is out I will show some possible Kennedy (and Clinton) links to the Kyles.

Take a look at the Coat of Merioneth, a Welsh region (see map) founded by Meirion, son of Cunedda (see website below). It has two wicked red dragons/griffins, their wings studded with pentagrams. Centrally there is a huge red sun (likely red-dragon important), and three rather harmless, out-of-place looking goats or rams (I can't tell which; perhaps intended that way to denote both Hermes and his son, Pan). You will see a ram or a goat also the Cardiff Arms. For reasons to be explained, the two red dragons, likely two Cimbri factions, may have been a Cole-Cunedda alliance by marriage.

The two red griffins are again found on the Denbigh Arms, the capital of which is Ruthin, noting that Varangians were red-sun/red-dragon peoples stemming from the Ruthene. Could it be that the Varangians were rooted in the Ruthin of Wales? The Denbigh Crest uses the single griffin but holding two keys, again representing two families/kingdoms. Denbighshire is in North Wales (see map) bordering Shropshire (first home of the post-1066 Stewarts, but likely the home of proto-Stewarts in ages past).

The blue and silver Stewart checks may be identified with the South-Ayrshire design (at website below) featuring a blue porpoise, a blue lion, and the blue and silver checks. The North Ayrshire Coat uses a blue lion with crown. A porpoise in Greek myth is literally a sea pig, wherefore the blue boar that is a feature of the Vere family may depict Stewart relations. As Camilla Parker Bowles has used a white boar on blue background, but with a blue horse next to it, on her Duchess of Cornwall Coat, it too may depict Stewart roots. The English Bush Coat uses three black boars, and yes I have known for a long time that the name reflects "Buz." The Bush Crest uses a ram.

It's pertinent that Camilla's husband, Andrew Parker Bowls, was descended from a mother having the surname, Trafford, for that family uses a single red griffin on its Coat. A certain "Miss Swinnerton-Dyer" attended his christening, and, yes, with a name like that, it was easy to guess that the surname was represented by a boar, a black one in fact, on the Crest, and a black cross to boot, on the Coat...which evokes the (black) Sinclair cross. When he divorced Camilla, Andrew married a Pittman, a family using a two-headed red phoenix, an Illuminati symbol. Andrew was the Governor of Rhodesia, a nation founded by the Illuminatist Rhodes family. Put two and two together, but this must be barely scratching the surface.

It's important that the website reveals that, "The Stag Head -- used on several old Kyle Arms," for that symbol re-occurs in many other Coats. The Scottish-branch Rothes Coat and Crest uses it, for example, and it's the main feature (on black background) of the Parker Coat and Crest. The Bowles' use three black boar heads (and three gold shells). If that's not enough, Camilla's maiden name, Shand, uses a white boar head on a blue background. That's just too many boars to be coincidental.

Accidentally, I spelled "Parke" instead of "Parker" and got the following Parke Coat with the Stewart blue and silver checks as well as three red stag heads!! The Parks are an ancient Strathclyde-Briton family, the website says.

Notice how "Camilla" reflects "Camel." She's also the Duchess of Rothesay, by the way. The Coat of her mother's surname, Cubitt, uses a blue lion. Interestingly, it is said at the Cubitt link (above) that the name is a version of "Jacob," which of course would refer to the Jacobites and to James I, the first Stewart king of England. Yes, it should have been a no-brainer from the start, that the blue depicts the "Blue Blood" of English royalty. This is what Rosicrucians lived, spied, and warred for.

At the above Kyle website, the writer implies that a black diamond depicts "coal," but if that seems strange, I would suggest that he meant to disguise "Cole." And so I found that the Camel family of Germany used a gold griffin on black background, and a silver diamond. It may therefore be that the diamond refers to Camel elements, and that when the Kyle of Colchester married the incoming Camels that re-named the city, Camulodunum, the Kyles took the diamond on as a black one, their favorite color.

This now tends to verify what I had suspected, that "Grimaldi" is a variation of Camelot-like terms, for the Grimaldi Coat uses red and silver diamonds. Moreover, these red and silver diamonds appear on the Hohen-family plaque (technically the Prussian Arms), situated smack beside the red and silver Hohen checks. I've yet to learn whether the anchor to the right of the Hohen checks, and the stag to the right of the anchor, are Kyle symbols.

To the right of the stag, one can see the red triple-chevron symbol! Above the chevron, the two keys can be seen that are on the Denbigh Arms. The keys are found on the present pope's Papal Coat, and while we are told that these represent the Biblical keys of Peter into the Kingdom of Heaven, we ought not to be so naive in light of the other symbols, all of pagan elements. It is said that it depicts a fish.

Coats of Arms are Freemasonic inventions, and are closely guarded and controlled by Illuminatists, who are not going to reveal to us what the particulars truly mean of Illuminati-important symbols. So see that the Choen/Cown Coat uses three stag heads on black background, while the Crest uses what I think is the Strongbownian arrow symbol. "Strongbow" is a term denoting Richard de Clare, and so see that the Clare Crest uses a stag's head. The point is, a Kyle connection to the Cohens needs to be entertained.

Recalling from the previous chapter that I had traced the shell symbol to the Stewarts, see now that the Bowles family used three shells, and ditto for the Mar family which entered the Scottish throne about the same time as the first Stewart i.e. Isabel Mar married Robert Bruce I, and their daughter produced the first Stewart king (Robert Bruce II). But Mars had entered the Stewart clan earlier; the 3rd High Steward (Walter Stewart) was the son of Alesta of Mar.

In that a search for "Brussi" pops up the Abruzzo surname, a consideration of Bruce origins in this part of Italy is warranted. Geoffrey of Monmouth rooted the Bretons/Welsh in a certain Brutus, a Roman-Trojan, not a real person but depicting an Italian peoples, apparently the Bruttii, a term very similar to "Abruzzi" and "Brusi." Therefore, the Grandmasters of Freemasonry, the Brusi/Bruce kings of Scotland, may just be named after the same Hebrew (probably Iberian/Avar) elements that named the Abruzzo province and the Bretons.

The above link to the Abruzzo surname tells that some of the first American settlers carrying the name were “Abreu.” I kid you not that I wrote much of my chapters on this subject, over 2 1/2 years, while renting a portion of an Abreu household, never knowing anything of Abreu connections to my bloodline, or with the dragon line. I had sensed that the manners/behavior/lifestyle of the woman of the house matched that of certain relatives of mine. I kid you not that God has in that way and others convinced me that exposing the dragon bloodline is with His full support.

The Bruttii worshiped Thetis, a fish-depicted peoples from the mythical Nereus fish-people. Thetis was from Tethys the Titan, and was the mother of Achilles/Achilleus...who just may be the representation of “Coelius.” Moreover, Thetis was made the wife of Peleus, ruler of Pythia, the root of Phaethon of the Eridanus river. Peleus was one of the Calydonian-boar hunters, and therefore a western-Atlantean and golden-fleece peoples. One could therefore conjecture that “Brutus” (as Barutus) was rooted in the “boar” spelling of the day, and that Bruttii Celts were founders of York/Ebrauc.

Because Thetis cared for Hephaistos on the Amazonian island of Lemnos (where Jason of the Argonauts “visited” en route to re-claim the golden fleece), the Thetis peoples are revealed quite-certainly as Amazons, as Atalanta (symbol of western Atlantis) herself depicted. Lemnos was probably named after Kabalistic Hebrews in that it was the island made sacred to Hephaistos, suggesting Hebrew-Amazon alliances on the island. Now Genesis 25:3 tells that Dedan, grandson of Abraham, had “Leummites” as descendants, which I would identify as the founders of Lemnos (for more reasons that the similarity of terms), perhaps revealing that Hephaistos himself was predominantly a Dedanite of that tribe. This squares with a Dedanite identification of Thetis of Titan blood (and may serve to reveal that other Thet-like terms refer to Dedanites). As there were Etruscans on Lemnos, who are rooted in Lydus/Lydians, note that Dedan also put forth the Letushite" tribe.

Now Hephaistos was Vulcan in Italy but located in southern Italy along with his Cyclopes (Gogi) helpers. The point is, the Bruttii ruled Calabria, in the toe of Italy, and so I would expect a close relationship between the Kyles and the Bruce kings if indeed these southern Italians were at their roots. I'm of course imagining that some of the Bruttii ended up in Abruzzo, having named it, but then crossed over into France as part of the Celt wave. The Brusse/Bruse family of France was from Languedoc (south France), and they use the Anjou Arms on their Coat, but also a blue lion, which was used by the Kyles and the Bruces.

The “excalibur” symbol of Arthurian myth may be related to “Calabria,” but as I had previously identified “excalibur” in the Halybes (i.e. the Galli/Khaldi = root of the Celts), so now I will postulate that Calabria was founded by Halybes, who, as the inventors of metal, fit nicely into the Hephaistos-Cyclopes metal-smith theme. Moreover, as the metal inventors were concerned primarily with making weapons by which they could rule the world, the Excalibur sword fits nicely into an Halybes theme. I'll re-mention that my dictionary defines the Greek “chalybos” (under our “chalybeate”) as “steel.” I have in a previous chapter identified Excalibur as the Halybes of Exeter (i.e. Ex-eter), Cornwall. Note how "Halybes" on the Halys river reflect "Caelius," especially when the "u" is a "v" as in, Caelivs > Caelibs. What about Aeolus = Caelius?

By the way, "aestus" is Latin for "estuary," meaning the tide at the mouths of rivers, while a common alternative version of the fire-smith god is "Hephaestus," leaving "Heph" as the root, no doubt "Hebe" as in his wife Cabero/Aphrodite. One could venture to identify Hephaestus as the mouth of the Hebros river in Rhodope (Thrace), not far from "his" cult in SamoThrace.

At the first website below you can read that Achilles was turned into a woman, this being in my impression a (common) mythical tactic to depict Amazons. You can also read that his name was changed to Pyrrha and that he had a son, Pyrrhus-Neoptolemy, terms that relate to Epirus, the location of Dodona (i.e. evoking Dedanite Hebrews). Behold this finding at the second website listed below: “Pyrrhus Neoptolemy, son of Achilles, had three sons...Molossius, Pictus and Pergamon.”

What’s that? Achilles brought forth Pictus? This tends to verify that “Achilles” was at the root of the “Cal” of “Calydon,” by which I mean to say that the Galli peoples (depicted in myth as transvestites) depicted by Achilles named the Cal-Edonians that then became the Picts. I would suggest that the “Cal” is the same as the Gauls, therefore, and I do see that “Wales” itself may be a version of “Gaul.” At the following website, you can read that Achilles was depicted with a slave girl called, “Briseis,” which may prove to be the Cole-Breton alliance.

In keeping with the migration of the Scottish Picts from Ireland, the Dewnans (Romans called them "Damnonii") that founded Devonshire (Cornwall) were also the Fir Domnann of Connacht, Ireland. The largest island in Connacht is Achill. Coincidence? Then see the following statement: "The Damnoni settled in the lands of Ayrshire, Renfrewshire, Lanarkshire..." These are onshore of Bute.

As Achilles regards that part of myth which includes Paris (the Parisii) and Troy, the Gauls that founded Paris and Troyes (of proto-France) are indeed center stage. Achilles' son, Neoptolemus, by his alternative “Pyrrhus,” may just apply to Paris.

Neoptolemos married Hermione, daughter of Helen of Troy. Achilles "killed" (i.e. defeated in war) codeword, "Cycnus," the Gogi-swan symbol of Liguria leading to the Stewarts. As I conjectured in a previous chapter that Helen and Helenus were the same peoples in two different locations, so we find that the mother of Neoptolemos (Andromache) was "wife" to Helenus. These terms must refer to the Gelonus peoples who lived among the Budini, and must on the one hand be the founders of Bute, Scotland, but also the Alan Huns that ultimately produced the Alan-Stewarts (i.e. the Stewarts proper) of Dol, Brittany.

The Bruce kings came from Carrick, though not native to it. Carrick was a region next/south to the Ayrshire lands of Kyle. I'm going to show that the Bruces were from the Eburovices, and probably named after them. I'm also going to suggest that the Heber root of the Irish-Picts-come-Irish-Scots, and therefore the root of the Kyle Irish-come-Kyle-Scots, were from an earlier wave of Eburovices, the Iberians. That is, the Kyles and Bruces were distant cousins.

In keeping with a Galli origin of the Caledonians, we find that there was a Galway in Connacht (Ireland), and that Carrick is the northern part of Galloway, Scotland (see see Galloway map and Ayrshire map). Ayrshire was therefore a Scottish hub of the Hebrew dragon line.

The Galloway-surname Coat uses a blue lion on silver background, the Bruce symbol.


The Cohens of Ireland
The MacDonalds were previously the Irish dragon line,
whom at that point appear to be Kyles
from the Welsh Dumnoni.

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